Disgusting Filthy Bastards

Larry Williams is not impressed with the rent-a-mob scum who spat at and abused business leaders attending a budget briefing today.

Police had to physically push anti-poverty protestors back after they tried to block the entrance to Vector Arena where Prime Minister John Key was due to give a post-Budget speech.

Guests trying to get into the event this morning had to navigate through the protestors to get inside with help from police.

Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) organised the picket after accusing the Prime Minister and Bill English of turning New Zealand into a “millionaire’s playground”. 

Group spokesperson Sarah Thompson says the National Party’s Budget, announced yesterday, firmly established a revolving door of “low income people on and off the benefit and into and out of state houses”.

About 20 members of the group picketed outside the arena as top Auckland business people arrived for Mr Key’s speech to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle.

The protestors chanted “one-two-three-four stop the war on the poor” and “John Key’s a millionaire that’s why he doesn’t care”.

Businessman Simon Gillespie said he wasn’t fazed by the protestors, despite their attempts to block the entrance.

“People have the right to say what they want to say.”

But guest Andy Debney said the group were going about the protest the wrong way.

“They’re just trying to be annoying,” he said. “They’re probably trying to get in the way.”

As Amanda Parkes came in she saw people getting tussled about.

“It was a bit rough actually.”

Mana Party member Sue Bradford had to be physically moved by police as she, and other protesters, stood with arms outstretched trying to block people’s way.


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  • The politics of envy are alive and well. How many of these protestors came straight from the non-political (pass me a Tui!) Child Poverty Action Group’s Budget Breakfast, where speaker after speaker made anti-government political speeches?

    • Mediaan

      Maybe the right fix would be a Deprivation Boot Camp for Poverty?

      It stands to reason, people protesting about poverty must be suffering poverty.

      Presumably they will all go along voluntarily, because they are so poor they are starving and need the food. For those who do not, and still profess poverty, clearly they need our help.

      So let’s take them at their word.

      Despite austerity, we taxpayers and workers could chip in with some money for a bus. It could be fitted with klaxons when it gets to their homes to wake them up from their druggy sleep, so staff could escort them into it.

  • Gazzaw

    Well said Larry. Concise and too the point, particularly your final sentence.

  • Dave

    I vote Bradford for JAIL, straight there Sue, obstruction and a lot more. While in there Sue, I suggest you read up on Millionaires for dummies, its called WORK Sue.

  • Brian of Mt Wellington

    What a bunch of fucking low life scumbags. I agree that everyone has the right to protest, but when it gets to this level its no wonder these people are looked at as the dirt under our shoes. If some peasant spat on me I would get one of my deepest hoicks and make sure they got it back. Its not something I’d normally do but thats all that rent a mob deserve.

    • AnonWgtn

      Why lower yourself to their standards ?

    • williamabong

      The smell would be the worst bit, a combination of underarm and unwashed fanny, enough to drive a blind lesbian into a frenzy, some of the men probably smelt as well.

  • cows4me

    If they put as much energy into trying to better their lives as they do for their sorry arsed protesting they might well be “rich pricks”. There is really very little hope for some in this country and throwing countless millions at them will not make them go away. Yes they live in poverty, the vast proportion of this poverty lies between their ears.

  • Michael

    Make NZ a millionaires paradise – actually a good way to provide more employment and wealth oppurtunities for all.

  • dumbshit

    would her arms extend much wider than her rump

    • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

      if she really extended her arms, the smell would have been unbearable and the business people would have run away….so this news can’t be true…

  • Steve (North Shore)

    Come on Larry, they are cunts.
    Bad word but that’s what they are.
    Meanwhile I was working – going hard out welding today, and when would I ever find time to protest?
    Fucking scumbags

    • Bad__Cat

      They must be dedicated. After all, every one of them had to take a day off work to be able to protest.

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    What about Minty Minto and uncle McCarten? were they there hand-in-hand with aunty Sue? I cannot believe this filth was a MP once before…

  • Chad Chambers

    What was the purpose of this address and why and how were these protesters alerted to it? We heard yesterday that “budget day” has turned into nothing more than a government marketing event since all the info is released ahead of time. What was this? A misguided slap-on-the-back gala?

    • Travis Poulson

      No, it was a ‘expose the filthy nasty pinkos by giving them an opportunity to shit, piss, spit and shout in public’ gala.

      • Chad Chambers

        I don’t know. These days you could probably have got across to those business people what JK had to say in an email. It’s not 1980. A lot of marketing has crept into govt these days.

        • Mediaan

          If you are in business, and you get a face-to-face with an important decision-maker, it does help a great deal. You feel you get the measure of the person and the situation.

          Plus you talk to other business people, beside you, about mutually interesting concerns. Networking like that often means a business advance.

          There is even the possibility you will get to have a question answered. I see these occasions as good.

    • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

      Chad bro – People pay to listen to John Key. Sheep has to pay to people to listen to him. That is the event.

      • Chad Chambers

        Ok. My mistake. How much were the tickets to this concert at Vector Arena?

        • dianne65

          Ignorance must be bliss for someone like you Chad.

        • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

          Considering you will be a Labour or Green filth feeding on other people’s money, I will shout you a free entry Chad Bro.

  • Sponge

    I was in the car today and heard on Radio Live that there were 40 protesters causing trouble. I roared with laughter – 40?? If thats the best these fucking loosers can come up with there may be hope for the country yet.

    • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

      My sources said there could have been around 400…..

      • Sponge

        And mine say 4 – shall we agree on half way?

        • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

          Deal! Sue would have attracted half the protesters there…

  • ThievingBastards

    Sue fucking Bradford. She has more facial hair than me, and twice as many rolls. Face like a smacked baby’s bum.

    • Sponge

      smacked bays bum? That would be relatively smooth – she has a face like a smacked pensioners tit – ripples and waves and utterly revolting.

      • Travis Poulson

        Downvoted for mentally damaging imagery before bed time.

        • Sponge

          Can’t argue with that…

      • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

        Oh yuck…skipped breakfast this morning…

  • Mr_V4

    FFS the usual “stand up fight back” nonsense from the bearded weirdo society. Didn’t look like Minto was there in the TV3 footage, must be away harassasing teenage israeli tennis players again. As for full time beneficiary Sue Bradford pity the cops did put that megaphone where the sun doesn’t shine.

  • LesleyNZ

    Wonder what NewstalkZB’s political journalist Katie Bradford Crozier thinks of her mother Sue Bradford. Check out the AAAP Facebook page. They are the Aotea Square protestors. https://www.facebook.com/AAAPNZ Hope they are not a charity.

    • AnonWgtn

      At least the daughter appears to have a job – but does “journalist” in NZ qualify ?

  • So I see the Piggy was showing her colours, that Bradford is a real pig, need to set the dogs on her.
    SHEARE SHOW US THE MONEY, talking about millionaires?
    That why Sue the pig is in the Mana Party as Shearer is a millionaire.

    • Gazzaw

      Hone could well be a millionaire by now.

  • Troy

    Time they locked that cunt Bradford up for good. She’s been a shitstirrer her entire life, before going into parliament she was a bludger, she bludged during her time as an MP and she still is. I’d recommend a 10tonne truck dump a load of spittle on her – about fucking time these turds were dealt to.

  • Ian

    They don’t mind picking up benefits from the people they supposedly hate. Cut all welfare and start again . . . too many greasing bastards ripping the system off andn abusing the ones doing the paying. No gratitude.

  • Middleagedwhiteguy

    These people are anti poverty???? It seems to me they are pro poverty. They want to make everyone equally poor.

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    Larry well done!! The last line is the sucker punch. The nutters don’t even have a clue that these business people are the ones who employ and pay. Oh I see, these people are never used to hard work and feed off hand outs.

  • Honki

    Yep they just want NZ to stay as an ambitionless bludgers’ paradise. Good on em eh?