IP has list of Labours Union stooges

[Imported from Whale Oil Beef Hooked on Blogger]

Insolent Prick has selflessly spent hours on Labours website looking at the credentials of their candidates. Sadly he did not find any with mildly useful qualifications but did un-surprisingly discover the following;

  1. Louisa Wall. Currently employed by the Human Rights Commission. Also a paid board member of the taxpayer-funded Sport and Recreation New Zealand. Is on annual leave from her role while campaigning.
  2. Maryan Street. Employee Relations Manager for District Health Boards New Zealand.
  3. Shane Jones. Member of the Industry New Zealand Board, chairman of the Waitangi Fisheries Commission.
  4. Sue Moroney. Paid official of the Nurses Organisation.
  5. Darien Fenton, Paid Union Official, Service and Food Worker’s Union.
  6. Su’a William Sio. Manukau City Councillor.
  7. Hamish McCracken. Politics Lecturer, Manukau Institute of Technology. Previously a Finsec Union Organiser. Board member of the Plastics and Materials Processing Industry Training Organisation.
  8. Max Purnell. Member of the AGMARDT Board, a crown-funded trust.
  9. Wayne Harpur, Member of the Southland Community Trust, appointed by the Minister of Finance. City Councillor. Trade Unionist.
  10. Leila Boyle. Auckland City Councillor.
  11. Phil Twyford. Peace Activist, Oxfam Director.
  12. Jen McCutcheon. Former PPTA President. “CTU representative on the Department of Labour group which evaluates courses applying for EREL (employment related education leave) funding since its’ inception four years ago. “
  13. Michael Wood. Finsec Organiser.
  14. Linda Hudson. Whakatane District Councillor. Member of Creative New Zealand Board. Union Member.
  15. Tony Milne. Executive Assistant to Tim Barnett, MP. PSA Activist.
  16. David Talbot. Assistant to Marian Hobbs.
  17. Marilyn Brown. Palmerston North City Councillor.
  18. Eamon Daly. Human Rights Review Tribunal Member. Biothics Council Member.
  19. Judy Lawley. Waitakere City Councillor.
  20. Pauline Scott. Margaret Wilson’s electorate agent.
  21. Camille Nakhid. Sociology Lecturer, AUT.
  22. Sally Barrett, School Teacher.

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