Christmas Countdown Special: EMA reaps what it sows


EMA boss Kim “The Campbell Clown” Campbell can’t be too much longer in his job.

Members of the EMA board have called the tipline begging not to be included in the Christmas Countdown series.

They reckon they didn’t know anything about what The Campbell Clown was up to when he decided to launch a campaign to steal $2.1 billion in Vector shares from the people of Auckland and South Auckland and cancel their $335 Christmas dividend and give the shares and money to Len Brown so he can build his trainset.

They didn’t know The Campbell Clown had come under the spell of Michelle “The Boagan” Boag.

Well it may be too late for the EMA board.  Look what fell off the back of the bus:  

Aucklanders who don’t want their Vector shares stolen and given to Lyin’ Len Brown are planning an advertising campaign for early in the new year to highlight what The Boagan and The Campbell Clown have planned.  ASB will be first to be targeted.





It’s a good first try. Needs a bit of work I reckon.  There are ads lined up for:


  • Open Country Dairy Ltd
  • Cogita Holdings Ltd
  • Kinetics Group Ltd
  • Ports of Auckland
  • Rankin Treasury Advisory Ltd
  • SWL Plumbing
  • University of Auckland
  • Rinnai NZ Ltd
  • Goodwood Industries Ltd
  • Winstone Wallboards Ltd
  • Permark Industries Ltd
  • New Zealand Steel Ltd
  • Planhorse Systems Ltd
  • Temperzone Ltd


With ASB, they are some of the companies in whose name The Boagan and The Campbell Clown are planning their campaign to steal $2.1 billion and give the $335 Christmas dividend to Lyin’ Len.


Instead of wailing to Whaleoil that it’s all unfair, they should call The Campbell Clown and tell him to pull his head in.




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