El Presidente Patrick Lee-lo wants censorship


Whoah better hold the horses.

Looks like the BSC and El Presidente is all in a lather and has its knickers in a right twist about comments Crest Clean made before the select committee hearing Simon Bridges Employment Relations Amendment Bill.

See Paddy has copped it regularly in the chook for being the front man of a union supporting trade association that fleeces its members out of $20,000 pa. That and lavishing it up on junkets, and abusing NZ’s $20 billion franchise industry.

And while Labour and Green Taliban MPs exploit Parliament’s workers – who just happen to be Spotless Cleaning Service workers who are also members of the BSC and the dodgy SFWU, the cleaning industry’s so-called representative Patrick Lee-Lo has been as silent as a church mouse.

Or has he?   

Paddy has now taken great exception to comments made by a successful, growing commercial cleaning franchise business that, low and behold, are not members of his BSC cartel.

No can’t have another voice speaking out can we Paddy?

Paddy has become so incensed that someone has dared speak out about the incompetence of the BSC that he’s trying to invoke Parliament’s Standing Order 235 and wants to be reheard before the committee. Paddy even wants any negative reference to the BSC made by Crest in their verbal submission “expunged” in total. What a cry baby.

Here’s a Chopper tip for Paddy – time to HTFU

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