“Hundreds” March – Asset Sales March Update

Oh dear. “Hundreds of Protestors”

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Not thousands……hundreds.

Spies forwarded footage and Police reports of just 300 people tired old hacks marching.

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This matches Labour stooge Arena Williams’ glowing report via twitter. Wow 300 people!!  This woman is apparently a future Labour super-star.

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We know the numbers were that light because The Standard started the excuses early on.  They ran a mile from the debacle and silly comments from Ms Williams.  Old heads like Lynn Prentice know this was a cluster fuck of the highest order for the left.

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The truth is Darien Fenton and Phil Twyford were the only Labour representatives at the Auckland march because all the other Labour MP’s were too embarrassed to turn up.

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When Unite Union Head Honcho and champion of the people, Matt McCarten turns up then on seeing the poor attendance shuffles off towards The Store and its luxury gourmet takeaways just after 2pm, you know the fight is lost for the left.  I could not confirm how many extra serviettes he took to cry his eyes into after seeing just how few of his own disciples let alone the New Zealand public care about selling assets.

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I guess Matt’s effort was better than David Cunliffe.  He was at Ponsonby Central.

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