Whaleoil Awards – Worst Political Blog

Red Alert: The blog of Labour MPs, tightly moderated, dissenting views are rigorously edited or deleted. All the moderators tell out right lies when altering, moderating or deleting comments. Willing to us gathered information about commenters for internal party witch-hunts.

No Right Turn: The shouty, angry blog of Malcolm Harbrow, professional student and pretend liberal. He turned off comments years ago because like all hard left socialists and control freaks he cannot tolerate dissent. Seriously prone to Key Derangement Syndrome.

The Standard: Janet Wilson once labeled them as “hard left rhetoric rendered [them] blind to any rational coverage.” Tightly moderated, rabid to the extreme and blinkered. Mostly anonymous but Lynn Pretice thinks he is the worlds best programmer and quaintly still refers to himself as a “sysop”. Perhaps the most seriously afflicted with Key Derangement Syndrome. Ironically they describe almost any blog other than their own as “the sewer”. Mike Smith, who works 20 hours per week in Shearer’s office is also a named blogger there.

Tumeke: Used to be a decent blog when mostly written by Tim Selwyn. During his stint at Her Majesty’s pleasure it was taken over by blow-hard Martyn Bradbury. Is way more shouty than No Right Turn and prone to serious bouts of Key Derangement Syndrome. Phoebe Fletcher is the sole voice of reason at the blog but her posts are infrequent, probably from embarrassment.

NZ Conservative: The religious hard right blog of Lucia Maria and Andrei amongst others. Openly anti-gay and nasty about it.

Whaleoil Awards - Worst Political Blog

  • The Standard (52%, 202 Votes)
  • Tumeke (20%, 77 Votes)
  • Red Alert (15%, 59 Votes)
  • NZ Conservative (10%, 37 Votes)
  • No Right Turn (3%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 386

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