Shining Light into Dark Corners – Union Finances

The Union movement have taken a beating lately.

The Ports of Auckland dispute has shown the New Zealand public are not in favour of three hundred sexist, racistbullying, lazy bastards earning $91,000 per annum for 26 hours a week actual work. They are dying in a ditch in a fight that they were always going to lose because of their inflexible, cloth cap socialist thinking.

What is even worse is the tip line has been running hot with lots of stories about dodgy financial practices in unions, as well as the usual bullying, holier than thou attitude and low bastardry that we have all come to expect from unions.

In the next few weeks I will be looking into some of the dark corners where unions have been hiding, and asking some difficult questions about their finances.

Many of the fiddles are fairly standard plays, and unlike Australia there is no regulating authority to look into financial practices and intimidation carried out by unions.

At the end of this expose I think we are going to need to emulate the Aussies and bring in the regulators to look very closely at the unions and their dodgy financial practices.

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