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Prime Minister teams-up with convicted fraudster – hopes to win election…
(Just kidding – it’s the leaders of the opposition that have teamed with the convicted fraudster, but can you imagine the vitriol and headlines if the shoe was on the other foot?)

So far NZ has seen a “Win at all costs – this is our last and only chance” effort by all those whose strings are being pulled by the convicted fraudster in Coatesville, who is trying to avoid yet more convictions… But what a dance they dance attempting to appear credible, whilst swallowing dead rats trying to avoid the very large, Orcon coloured elephant the linguistic gymnastics enable most to almost avoid.

But where to next? NZ has seen a steady stream of visitors to a convicted felons lair, to coordinate the complicit manoeuvrings of those on the political Left – starting with the stale and failed politicians he brought to “lead” his Trojan horse, then the entire political party he brought, that ironically brought him and the sell-outs no Mana whatsoever.

The fact that other politicians on the Left eagerly entertain a convicted fraudster and embezzler to enable their *only* chance at a grasp of the levers of power, tells us all about just how unsuitable those individuals would be in such a role in the unlikely event their collusion all paid off.

It’s a “do, or die” last-ditch effort to gain ascendancy to the seats of power – or kiss goodbye their last chance at Parliament, or 1st and last chance at being the PM, or last chance to ever return, or to rig a desired outcome in this big game of monopoly, where the “Get out of jail” card is geographically centred around a Coatesville location.
But where to next? Since buying an entire political party generates no adverse or on-going casual glances from the media watchdogs, in fact, some even try to enable it – will the gangs now try to invest their drug money also with political parties to buy the politicians so willingly and open for sale?

What does the Auditor General and the Governor General say about allegedly laundered drug money funding political parties on the Left?  

Hone has switched his lifelong beliefs against a natural herb and is now accepting money to support a policy in support of it. And it wasn’t a “Come to God” moment that caused the 180 degree turn-around sell-out – it was the folding of legal tender. Lots of it supposedly. But a tiny fraction of what a convicted fraudster hiding from the law was able to generate when needed. Morals and ethics and things like principals are for sale on the political Left – just ask Hone & Laila. (And they’ll be even cheaper come the 21st…)

If convicted embezzlers and fraudsters can buy politicians and political parties, what about wealthy, but silently radical Saudi Muslims wanting a renta-politician stalking horse to buy? Will Laila and Hone be just as ready to be willingly sold if the Saudi guy matches KDC’s (Before Election) price?

Or what about churches needing a renta-polly to get some form of legitimacy? Will Hone & Laila sell-out to the highest bidder also? Or will a promise of eternal life be enough to buy their support?

One thing is certain. The hijacking of our MMP political system and democracy was and is legal – despite the illegal activities surrounding it. So it appears our country – voted the most “transparent & corruption free” in numerous offshore studies – legally enables corrupt individuals with a big enough cheque book to “buy” policies, politicians and entire political parties for their own personal gain and agenda – at the eternal cost to all New Zealanders.

Worse still, the political watch dogs – the 4th Estate media – instead of constantly yelling to all corners of the globe about a recidivist, convicted fraudster attempting to hijack and pervert our election system – some in the 4th estate are actually enabling the fraudster with their “helpful” ability to dance a merry dance around large purple elephants in the phone booth – whilst forgetting to mention that both Labour & the Greens will need to jump back into bed again as KDC’s political play-things if they want any hope to salvage their political careers.
Where to then for NZ?

The price is cheap for those doing the hijacking. The cost for all of NZ though is incalculable should the corrupted Left usurp our democratic process to install sycophants on strings at the beck and call of a recidivist, convicted fraudster.


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story.  And when he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet.   Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet, and as a result he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist that takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him.  But you can’t ignore him.

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