NZ First MP describes welfare reforms as Nazi

Asenati Lole-Taylor is a nasty piece of work. On her Facebook page she has said:

So I get a lot of calls from people who said that Bennett’s Nazi welfare reform must be stopped.

She is then backed up in her nastiness by Curwen Rolinson, who actually makes a joke of it all:

I’m not sure it’s fair to compare National’s welfare reforms to the Nazis.

Hitler, after all, had a stronger emphasis on job creation.

Asenati Lole-Taylor doesn;t tell off the Young NZ First President, instead she eggs him on:

 Yes, but on the expense of some lives?

He agrees with her, that Paula Bennett’s welfare reforms might indeed cost lives:

Why yes, Bennett’s welfare reforms MIGHT be at the expense of some lives.

Lole-taylor concurs:

True true indeed.

When Labour supporter Angus Hodgson points out the nastiness of such a comparison Asenati Lole-Taylor just excuses it, pretending that Curwen Rolinson is just a random constituent discussing things in a free fashion. She must know that Curwen Rolinson is the Young NZ First President.

Samuel Hill is very perspicacious which just encourages Curwen Rolinson to say something on Facebook he would be afraid to say to my face.

NZ First are seriously challenging Labour for the dishonour of being the nasty party.

Nz First MP Nazi Comments on Facebook

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