The BSC continues their contradictions

The tip-line continues to provide a wealth of tit-bits about EL Presidente Patrick Lee-Lo and the dodgy union like BSC cartel.

Seems there’s only 39 odd members of the BSC, each getting tucked for $20k membership fees each year. Let’s say they are all so fed up with Paddy (and Marja Verkerk) that they wind up the association.  As a result of the $1.8 million cash pile the BSC is sitting on, those 39 odd members are in for a nice fat $46,000 wind-fall.

Aside from the nasty SFWU being horrified that their card carrying El Presidente has allowed Labour’s secret political slush fund to disappear, Paddy would probably be laughing as his company ToTal Property Services tucks into its $46,000 share.

Not sure his hard-working cleaners would be as keen. See  Paddy is happy to pay his cleaners $14-$16 an hour….a long way short of the “living wage” the SFWU is lobbying for


Rogue operators eh? EL Presidente? Time for another junket to Brazil?

Makes you wonder whether companies like ING NZ, NZ Trade & Enterprise, Fertility Associates, Fonterra, Housing NZ, and others using the services of Total Property Services know what Paddy is up to…

I trust the “living wage” people will now start asking why ToTal Property Services and other BSC aligned members aren’t paying their staff a “living wage”

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