Dirty politics derangement syndrome – Wendyl Nissen

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Better grab my box of tissues. Wendyl Nissen has had a big sook in the NZ Herald about wanting to be on the side of angels.

There is a lot of crap out there currently about dirty politics and it’s getting tedious.

Self-important luvvies getting in a tizzy thinking they are important enough to actually be targeted for treatment.

Both Cactus and I confirm they were never paid by anyone to discredit Wendyl Nissen. All posts were a labour of love.

We also add it was a mighty hard task to discredit her anyway as no one discredits Wendyl in print better than Wendyl herself.

 

Wendyl Nissen says that she hasn’t bothered to read the posts on WOBH about her articles, and doesn’t want anyone else to either.

We think she should.  That’s why the team at WOBH want to be helpful for people looking to see what we and other readers have said about Wendyl Nissen’s criticism of various food products and other issues she claims to be an expert in.  

Wendyl is the Green’s Goddess where she tries to convince people to install solar panels.

First Gareth, Now Wendyl want to kill your cats where she wants to feed cats garlic.

Babies will die if they follow Wendyl Nissen’s advice which would have Plunket aghast.

The Lamington Files where Wendyl Nissen scaremongers about carcinogens in lamingtons.

Quote of the Day – From Leftie Shill Wendyl Nissen where she talks of $50,000 as nothing.

Green Goddess? BS artist more like where her hypocrisy is exposed over Toyota Prius

The Lamington Files Ctd – where she advocates for “heaps of sugar” despite railing against it.

So Wendyl Nissen is now claiming a ‘smear campaign’ was run against her. Sounds like she’s happy to dish it up against products, companies and individuals, but when it comes to a little bit of accountability, she bleats on saying;

“I spend every day working for a better life for New Zealanders. I run a business which makes environmentally friendly natural cleaners and I give the recipes away for free; I write a weekly newsletter helping more than 11,000 people discover better, more natural ways to live; I write a column in the Woman’s Weekly with recipes and hints to live a greener life; and in the Herald I try to alert readers to foods which are too high in sugar or salt and contain additives which in many countries are banned for health reasons but are still used here.”

If you’re happy to be in the kitchen, you’ve got to be happy to take some heat.

At least while you are busy in the kitchen it won’t concern you what you other half is doing to his mate on the floor of the lounge

 

– NZ Herald


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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. 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 who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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

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