People wising up to Dotcon, wonder if Fisher has yet?

People are starting to wise up to the felon Kim Dotcon:

Radio station owner Mediaworks has pulled radio advertisements for Kim Dotcom’s new Mega file-locker service off air, according to Dotcom.

Dotcom tweeted that it appeared some music labels had complained to Mediaworks about the advertisements, resulting in the booking for more than 500 advertisements being terminated.

Mega is due to be launched on Sunday, the anniversary of Dotcom’s arrest on copyright and racketeering charges. 

Mediaworks sales manager Matt Headland would not confirm that the campaign had been cut from the company’s schedules and refused to comment further.

Kim Dotcon is going to find out the hard way that anything even remotely connected with him in anyway will find it difficult to connect to proper bandwidth out of the USA…and for people to start realising that associating with him affects business badly.

David Fisher and John Campbell will still keep on writing and producing uncritical articles.

UPDATE: Dotcon is claiming record company interference, more likely it is his lack of honouring bills when they fall due that is the issue. This is a game to the Fat German…he like to bilk people out of money, no matter how small the amounts.

 


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  • Tristanb

    How can you have any sympathy for those cunty music labels? Those pieces of shit demand money from NZ businesses for having the radio going at work. They get a steady stream of taxpayer money to make shitty music videos with, and pay money to talentless sluts.

    Fuck the music labels. At least Dotcom is taking them on.

    You may be happy with a government that takes its orders from Hollywood, I certainly aren’t.

    • Travis Poulson

      People can whinge all they like about the govt. ‘taking orders from Hollywood’, but like many others I’ll sure as hell be happy to see him piss off. Sadly even if he does get done he’ll probably end up back here, although he might end up cleaning toilets and his mrs will head for the hills.

      • disqus_FM6nS7AF5V

        Don’t know anyone who this guy has done any harm to but there you go, hang him high. Along with the likes of Hotchin. How many kiwi’s lives did he destroy? Assuming your dislike is of course based on the fact they are both ripping off other peoples money.

        • Travis Poulson

          Both of them are crooks. You won’t catch me defending Hotchin, but difference is he hasn’t been charged, Sgt Schultz has. But don’t forget the lovely old couple @ SCF that everyone down there wanted the government to leave them alone because the Hubbards were a nice old couple, despite the fact they fucked everything up.

          • Travis Poulson

            Perception is everything, and whoever has the best PR campaign comes out the other side without a scratch. People need to wake up and stop listening to the MSM muppets that preach whichever views they’re paid to or feel is a ‘fighter for the people’. David Fisher has his arse occupied by the fat germans fist, and is more than happy to be his mouthpiece.

          • disqus_FM6nS7AF5V

            We agree entirely here Travis. Read your first four lines again then look at the campaign Whale employs here.Sums it up entirely. Him and Fisher are no better than each other. You succintly managed to describe exactly my thoughts. Cheers.

          • Travis Poulson

            No, Cameron’s stance is what he believes. Fisher’s stance is what KDC pays him to feed us.

          • fozzie2

            More batty boy stuf – are you and the whale boys all so obsessed !

          • Travis Poulson

            fozzie shoes up, there we go, the debate instantly gets dumbed down to empty clueless comments.

          • fozzie2

            Pray forgive me travvy, but tell what part of your comment rose above the dumb arse line ?

          • Lion_ess

            The only interest in KDC is his money. If he were a poor, fat bastard, you would not be interested Fozzie2.

            Tell me, which part of Kim Dot Com is of interest to you, other than the hope of gaining some notoriety from some other cunt’s money?

          • fozzie2

            Justice is of import to me. Hell if he was a mass murderer he would have been treated with more respect!! There are no charges against him in NZ – he has robbed no one, unlike Mr Hotchins – who has left 1000’s of Kiwis missing their retirement nest eggs. Seems it’s alright for someone to rip of the hard working mum and dad investor, but god help them if they squeak a few dollars out of Johnny’s mates in Hollywood !!

          • Tell me muppet…how many charges from the SFO, the Police or the FMA are there against Hotchin….the answer is none….Dotcon on the other hand has been arrested, and charged.

            How many convictions has Hotchin had ever?…the answer is none…Dotcon? fucking heaps…for fraud, embezzlement, insider trading, securities offences…

            You convict Hotchin based on nothing, I convict Dotcon based on history…now fuck off

          • Dave

            He is a grossly unlikeable prick who does what he wants, fails to pay bills, and demands what he wants. Just think about his personality type Fozzie, and his total lack of scruples and credibility (if you can think that deeply) For sure, one day, he will dump on NZ and everyone who supported him, take a look at his trail of breadcrumbs to date, its not pretty. NZ needs to Wake up, and I note, My Key and senior National figures are giving KDC a very wide berth, unlike the Liebour idiots (and you Fozzie) who are still cosy with him.

          • Lion_ess

            Well, being an educated person as you claim, you would understand what an Extradition Treaty is about, and that the US claims he has committed offenses according to their laws and want to put him though their courts. New Zealand is a party to that Treaty.

          • fozzie2

            The US Government have to prove their case and based on the clusterf***k that our vaunted branch of the FBI and very own keystone cops there is zero chance this will happen – unless Johnny uses his ‘Hobbit’ legislation rational yet again !

          • Mr_V4

            Well he probably would have found it easier to get bail straight away rather than having to appeal that is for sure.

            If you have a violent history out the door you go, alleged intellectual property infringment, no bail for you.

          • Sponge

            “Johnny’s mates in Hollywood”

            What an unadulterated cock you are. Go put your tinfoil hat on and hide in the wardrobe of your state house.

          • fozzie2

            Now we are getting somewhere …. that was obviously an ouch moment for you spongy – our precious Johnny Key has made a meal of his love of all things Hollywood – we will do ANYTHING for them – change laws at the drop of a tin foil hat – give monumental tax breaks not available to any other business sector, and even arrest residents in spectacular Hollywood style ( just to show we can do the special effccts stuff too ) – what part of Johnny and his mates in Hollywood confuses you?

          • Sponge

            Again – What an unadulterated cock you are. Go put your tinfoil hat on and hide in the wardrobe of your state house.

          • Troy

            Well that’s a fucked up statement if ever I saw one – just because he (Dotcom) hasn’t been charged in NZ doesn’t mean he’s not a criminal here – tell ya what, go fuck off to the US and do what Dotcom has done there, even better, fuck off to the Fatherland and do what Dotcom did there – what a fucking egg you are.

          • fozzie2

            Mmm now that was a clever use of one adjective – not sure it is humanely possible to do all you suggested – but I do have one suggestion for you, quit the bottom feeding – does nothing for your style!

          • Troy

            Moron. Had enough of your screwed up inputs here…

          • pukakidon

            You standard clowns are trapped by your sychophantic admiration for the fat bastard. He is a criminal and he tried, and continues to try to pervert our political system by buying favours. Get your tongue out of his arse you muppet.

          • 4077th

            You are as your name suggests a fuckin muppet. You contributed nothing then chimed in with a retarded attempt at schoolyard tactics by name calling. Go sip your raro over at the stranded where you belong.

          • fozzie2

            Mmm last I looked I have not f*****d any muppets – seems you may have… the language and tactics on this blog are so replicate that of the schoolyard – full of silly boy talk of bottoms, poos and the like. Best advise I can give is GROW UP !

          • Fuck you are a moron, I chucked your ass out once before, lift your game.

          • fozzie2

            Would it help if a swore a bit more ?

          • I’d watch the libel. Hotchin’s not crook.

    • Dotcon is thief, he doesn’t pay his bills and takes delight in ripping people off. I have a growing list of people stiffed by the fat german…

      • fozzie2

        Please share ..

      • Mr_V4

        Hard to pay bills when govt. freezes all your assets without trial I would have thought. Hopefully you list is longer than just John Banks.

      • Greg

        Fat Germans and their body guards must read your blog Cam as you have two down votes to your comment :)

  • Shoreboy57

    So will John Campbell support Dotcom on this latest outrage Oh that’s right, MediaWorks are his employer. Awkward

  • Mr_V4

    So I take it Mediaworks now has plenty of money and doesn’t require govt bailout loans to pay for its broadcasting spectrum fees.

    • Idiot….they paid it back, in full and with interest, early.

      • Mr_V4

        Oh so you support corporate bailouts now? Changing your tune. Why didn’t they raise commercial finance at a commercial rate of interest? Why would you when Bill English offers to get the boob out.

        • Gazzaw

          They paid 11% V4. Not a bad return for the government. A better deal than Cullen did with Toll methinks.

          • Mr_V4

            Yes, true at least they got a return and it was secured. Tarnished the companies image more than the governments. Will be interested to see what is behind the cancelling of the ads. If Mediaworks can’t stand up to some corporate bullying their reputation will take another hit.

        • Orange

          How is a paid off lone with interest the same as a corporate bailout? I don’t think you’re winning any points on this one V4

          • Mr_V4

            How many businesses get the privilege of govt loans?

          • Callum

            They bought broadcasting spectrum from the government for a set term and got the option (along with other broadcasters) to pay off that spectrum with interest charged over a term shorter than the spectrum they purchased. That to me is good business by the government, in effect nothing provided until paid for and a good return to boot. If the interest was below commercial rates they would not have paid it off early.

          • Orange

            You mean like Kiwi Bank, Kiwi Rail, and Air NZ?

          • Dave

            In reply to Orange: Not a true commercial loan, they were a shareholder in those entities, so more a loan from shareholder than full commercial loan.

        • Red

          Wasn’t a bail out. It wasn’t even a loan. Govt deferred payment and was agreed it’d be paid back in full and before the due date – with the Kiwi taxpayer receiving 11% in interest. Get back to school, hater

  • Zephyr Cobalt

    Boring – this obsession with Dot Com …. boring …. does anyone really give a rat’s arse?

    • Travis Poulson

      Yes, you saw the heading and clicked the link.

  • unitedtribes

    The thing is Dot Com is a clever bugger at what he dose. We may not like him but you must admit he’s gathered more dosh than all of us. I would love to point this guy in the right direction to contribute honestly to our economy. We need some switched on guys here. Maybe we could bribe him into an honest job and reap the rewards. He sure is more interesting than Selwyn Cushing (or is that Blushing)

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