vandalism

Creepy Wikipedia vandal and stalker gets banned and cries to media about it

Stuff reports:

Justice Minister Judith Collins’ office has become embroiled in a Wikipedia war with ministry critic Roger Brooking.

Brooking is an outspoken critic of Collins and the Justice Ministry and was a prolific Wikipedia editor – now banned – under the username Offender9000.

Writing on his blog at the weekend Brooking said his entries had been slashed from lengthy articles to stubs of little more than a few hundred words.

He voiced concerns that Collins or her staff were behind the edits though admitted to Fairfax Media he had no proof.

A spokesperson for Collins admits to making minor changes but said they were up-front about who they were – claims backed up by Wikipedia logs and supported by a Wikipedia editor. ¬† Read more »

Policy Launch

Shearer will be stoked that he’s cost all KiwiSavers a fortune on the sharemarket today…

Policy Fuck Up

 

The share price of the country’s largest listed electricity generator-retailer, Contact Energy, has taken a 3 percent knock after the joint announcement by the Labour and Green parties of a radical rewind from electricity reforms of the last 25 years.

If sustained, that indicates the Labour-Green policy is the latest of a string of political decisions and commercial circumstances that can be expected to drive down the issue price of shares in the partial privatisation of Mighty River Power.

“The risk premium for investment in New Zealand would go through the roof,” says one investment banker, who declined to be named.

Today Last Year ‚Äď Dec 8 2011

The blog had a look at the sanctimony of the Green Party a year ago.  Have the Greens managed to keep their public noses clear since then?  Is this because they stopped being silly, or are they better at not getting caught?  Let us know in the comments.

At the last election the innocent Greens claimed that a senior staffer never told them about the secret tape sting ‘at first’.

At this election Russel Norman wants us to believe a staffer in his inner circle never told anyone about a sophisticated and co-ordinated attack by Green activists on National billboards.

She’s back in his office.

Break out the Tui.

Russel might think this is over.  It is not.

Coincidence?

At the last election the innocent Greens claimed that a senior staffer never told them about the secret tape sting ‘at first’.

At this election Russel Norman wants us to believe a staffer in his inner circle never told anyone about a sophisticated and co-ordinated attack by Green activists on National billboards.

She’s back in his office.

Break out the Tui.

Russel might think this is over.  It is not.

Oh come on!

The partner of the Green vandal who orchestrated and coordinated the vandalism of more than 700 National party signs has been cleared to go back to work in the Greens parliamentary office.

The partner of a man responsible for organising vandalism of National Party hoardings during the election campaign has been cleared to return to work for the Green Party.

Anne Heins, executive assistant to Greens co-leader Russel Norman, was last month stood down from her job after it was revealed her partner, Jolyon White, had led a systematic campaign to deface 700 National billboards.

White immediately gave up his Green Party membership when the incident emerged and Green co-leader Russel Norman said there would be an investigation in to any involvement by Heins.

Today, the party said Heins had been investigated by Parliamentary Services, which had decided no disciplinary action was needed. Heins had returned to work as Norman’s EA after two and a half weeks of leave with pay.

“The details of the investigation are an employment issue and as such will not be discussed further,” the party said in a statement.

Parliamentary Services has shown itself to be a toothless bunch of numpties yet again. Classic Sgt. Schultz behaviour going on here.

So who was that woman on he back of the motorbike in Christchurch then?

Penny Bright – Sign Vandal

via the tipline

Here is a snap of the bat shit crazy Penny Bright vandalising a sign in Epsom. National should send the her a bill for her vandalism. the only bonus is the mad bint doesn’t have the dead cat on her head.

UPDATE: There is a Facebook Page skiting about her exploits. How stupid can one be?

Does anyone know who this is?

This is in the same Huia Road sign location as I posted the other day. The shots were taken at 2:00am, I have been sent many more shots but these are the best ones.

This time the vandal took the whole sign. The sign had only been replaced at 5pm that night.

The man is wearing a distinctive leather jacket. Any information please forward to the tipline.

Challenge to Green Leadership

I know this blogsite is being monitored by Green Party activists as part of their online ‘mission’ programme.

Tonight I am laying down a challenge for Green activists and particularly the Green leadership.

Russel Norman and Metria Turei need to answer two simple questions:

  1. Do they stand by their statement that the Green Party has not been involved in hoarding vandalism, and the damage that has occurred is not connected to their campaign?
  2. What steps would they take if a senior Green Party official was accused of billboard vandalism?

Meanwhile, tonight I am asking readers for help with any late night sightings of a vehicle that looks like this, particularly in the New Lynn area… and around hoardings.

The mystery yellow car

This morning I posted a registration number, the reason for posting it is the same reason why I posted two registration plates a week ago.

We now know that the vehicle is a yellow Honda Logo similar to the picture below. I am seeking information regarding this vehicle especially in and around New Lynn electorate on or about the night of 16 November.

You will note that the Honda Logo has a distinctive side panel profile. Being yellow makes it that much more identifiable.

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Green Vandal referred to Police

Jolyon White, the partner of Russel Norman’s executive assistant has been referred to the police by the Electoral Commission.

On 18 November 2011, the Electoral Commission referred Jolyon White to the Police for sticker advertisements attached to National Party billboards.

It is the Electoral Commission’s view that the publication of each of these advertisements constitutes a breach of sections 204F of the Electoral Act 1993 because they are election advertisements that do not contain a valid promoter statement.

As these matters are now with the Police, the Electoral Commission will not be commenting further.

Failing to include a promoter statement is an offence and subject to a fine of up to $40,000. There may well be more people charged or indeed found to have done the same.

What started as some jollies for Jolyon White has now got very serious. There will some more Green party members that will very nervous right now.