Labour’s Dirty Politics – Coward Parker defames and smears with no evidence

We have now seen Labour’s Dirty Politics tactics in actions with the brazen coward David Parker standing in the General Debate yesterday and outrageously smearing and defaming Mark Hotchin, Carrick Graham, Cathy Odgers and myself.

I have had two people make worrying allegations to me. One is a former staff member of the Serious Fraud Office who told me at the time the Serious Fraud Office commenced their investigation, a former advisor to Hotchins contacted this person and said, “Hotchins plays a rough game. You watch out. He will use underhand tactics to undermine the Serious Fraud Office and their staff”

The second allegation I have had made to me was that Mr Hotchins used underhand tactics to take out some of the potential witnesses against him in respect of his conduct by Hanover.

Now I can’t name either of those sources and I can’t prove those allegations to be true and they are both hearsay allegations to me, but these allegations must be investigated.

He can’t name them, he has no evidence, it is hearsay at best and yet he demands an investigation? Is this man really a lawyer?

Not a shred of evidence. Even Winston Peters produces evidence.

It is obvious that he has spent too much time running one up his crippled mate’s missus instead reading the Chisholm report.

After days in the house with Andrew Little claiming that National runs a smear machine it was David Parker who displayed the most outrageous smear seen in the parliament in a long, long time.   

Worse still he has no evidence, just whispers and hearsay.

He lacks the courage to step outside the house and repeat his allegations.

If Andrew Little is really committed to a clean Labour party he would calling on David Parker to either front up and repeat the allegations outside the house or to resign in disgrace.

Little should act on this, it really is an egregious attack, and all behind the protection of parliamentary privilege.

Parker is a lawyer so he cannot claim to not be aware of what he was doing.

If Andrew Little doesn’t haul in Parker and demand proof published outside of parliament, or a personal statement to the house apologising and then demanding his head for undermining his campaign for clean politics then Andrew Little deserves to hang with David Parker.

Labour already have the dreadful spectre of dirty politics stalking them and it is only a matter of time before that breaks loose. Their constant refrain over Dirty Politics is going to cause their undoing because when the scale of the conspiracy is revealed voters will be left with no other conclusion that Labour was a party to a criminal conspiracy to bring down a government, and right to the very top of the labour party too.

These desperate scurrilous attacks merely serve to confirm that “Vote Positive ” wasn’t a coincidence and was actually part of a bigger plan and conspiracy.

We really have no other choice but to include they were working in conjunction with the criminals.

Will Little act and force Parker’s hand or will Little be the proverbial possum caught in the headlights when the real dirty politics is revealed.

Does David Parker have the stones to repeat his claims outside of parliament? …If he doesn’t we know he has got nothing and is just another nasty labour politician conducting his own dirty politics.

 


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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.

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