More news from Fraser House

whistleblowerAfter a little bit of an interlude the mice are squeaking again. Obviously they are worried about Labour’s own spy technology being installed to catch them.

However the news just in is interesting.

Helen Clark & David Shearer spend a good part of the weekend talking strategy for 2014.

It’s believed she has become part of a secret ‘kitchen cabinet’…and locked in her support behind the hapless David Shearer. 

David Cunliffe said to be fuming.

Moira Coatesworth and Tim Barnett also met with Helen Clark over the weekend mainly to look at funding options given the parlous state of Labour’s coffers

It is not known whether Helen’s employers know that she’s engaged in political consultancy / strategy work while being paid for an apolitical work role in NY?


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  • What I find amusing is that “everyone” is running around being worried about being spied on, when 99.9999% of the information that gets out isn’t “intercepted” but deliberately leaked.

    I’m just going to be in the next room until I can stop laughing long enough to be able to type again.

  • dumbshit

    hideous hels’ employers would the biggest bunch of leftist twats gathered in one trough

  • In Vino Veritas

    Perhaps Clark is a deep mole placed in Shearer’s inner sanctum to ratchet up the destabilisation strategy that a large part of the Labour caucus and Party seem to be running.

    • OT Richter

      Read the first line whilst eating lunch. Not good.

  • AnonWgtn

    Look Clark’s not very successful career in the UN expires next year, before the election so they will draft her in, to get smashed again.

    • conwaycaptain

      No she has 4 more years

      • thor42

        “Four more years, boys…. four more years….” ;)

    • kevin

      I would $ay it ha$ been quite succe$$ful for her personally, tax free, big buck$…

      • Whanga_Cynic

        Shurely she’s not doing it for the money?????

  • Goldie

    Does this mean we can see a resumption of WhaleOil’s copies of Helen Clark’s texts to her minions?

  • cows4me

    I would expect an announcement for the sudden granting of a UNDP grant for fighting poverty within the Labia party.

  • Time For Accountability

    David is always fuming – that is why so many people dislike him.

  • sandynobb

    Klarkula wants to be the first President of the Republic of Aoteroa. She will do anything – and anyone – to achieve that.

    • Time For Accountability

      Except Husband Peter.

  • Sent to me as a joke ….. Many a true word …..

    A man is walking along a beach when he comes across a lamp partially buried in the sand.
    He picks up the lamp and gives it a rub. A genie appears and tells him he has been granted one wish.
    The man thinks for a moment and says, “I want to live forever.”
    “Sorry,” said the genie, “I’m not allowed to grant eternal life.”

    “OK, then, I want to die after a Labor government balances the budget and eliminates the debt.

    “You crafty little bastard,” said the genie.

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    She knows how to “pick” a winner Bro. So move on.

  • thor42

    Labour should tell Herr Klarkenfuhrer to piss off.

    It was her complete iron-fisted control of the party that put them in the poo in the first place.
    If she had been interested in anyone other than herself, she would have at least made some token effort to groom one or two successors to her leadership. There is no evidence at all that that was the case.

    Contrast that to the Nats where any one of at least three people would be very good leaders if Key stood down.