Irrelevant Dunne blames main parties for housing crisis when everyone knows it is the councils

I think we reached peak Peter Dunne some time ago. If only Winston would find a decent candidate to stand against this old fool.

He’s never really been the same since he fell for the glad eye from a journalist.

United Future leader Peter Dunne says the main parties need to stop playing the blame game and resolve the housing crisis with real solutions.

Mr Dunne’s proposing a National Housing Conference that brings together central and local government, the building industry, the banks and social services.

“The two main parties are playing political sniping games at each other,” he says.

“It’s easy to point the finger at Auckland Council but right around New Zealand there are people who have housing issues.”  

Because it’s mostly their fault.

Mr Dunne says the housing problem is multi-faceted.

He says it’s no good making land available for the development of housing if there aren’t the financing packages available to help people get into housing.

“There’s a problem about home affordability for young families right across the country, there’s the problem of homelessness for those who aren’t in the housing market and the risk is we’ll do a bit of everything but none of anything.”

What? Is he proposing the government now finance people into houses? What a dick.

We all know the problem is mostly in Auckland and mostly because of Auckland Council’s intransigence on releasing land.

Peter Dunne is really anti-government now.

But I tell you what none of these politicians are saying but implying. They want to collapse the housing market in Auckland. There can be no other solution from what they propose. As soon as Aucklanders realise that is what they are trying to do to them they won’t voting for fools like Peter Dunne or the Labour party.

The good news is Andrew Little has now declared a crisis. The problem will be solved in short order now.



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