Tonga – Round 5

His Royal Highness, El Jefe, Mayor for Life Sir Barry Curtis is continuing his defense of the indefensible and ranting that the peasants are revolting in his personal fiefdom.

I think Bob Wichman has a valid point when he says;
[quote]“I’m disgusted with the proposal to send council staff to Tonga to straighten out the mess caused by a few crazies, that were stupid enough to burn down their own capital,”[/quote]

Councillor Ross also maintains his position;
[quote]“The staff of the Manukau City Council are employed to provide services to the residents and ratepayers of Manukau, not Nuku’alofa in Tonga,”[/quote]

Keep it up fellas, the Mayor is right pissed off so that must a good thing.

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