Losers going again, this time without the Fat German

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The Internet Party is going to have another crack at losing, but this time there will be no fat German bastard pulling the puppet strings.

The Internet Party has announced plans to contest September’s election – at the same time distancing itself from internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom.

In a release published on its website, the Internet Party said Dotcom had resigned from its executive committee and is not involved in the campaign committee for 2017, or the party’s operational decision-making.

“As such, Kim Dotcom has no advance knowledge that we are issuing this statement.”

Dotcom has retweeted the Internet Party’s announcement.

What a bunch of drop kicks.

The Internet Mana alliance received just 1.42 per cent of the vote at the last election, following the Moment of Truth gathering organised by Dotcom in the Auckland Town Hall a week before the vote.

In its release, the Internet Party said local media had reported the Moment of Truth as a flop despite “record” attendance and revelations made by Edward Snowden.

“This revisionist history has a use-by date that is set to expire in 2017. Further information will continue to come to light about the extent to which New Zealand and the world have been actively deceived by their politicians and the state.”

They still can’t face the fact their much vaunted hero and the stealer of all the pies was a dickhead. Worse, a dickhead that no one likes or was prepared to vote for. They may have kicked him to touch but they are still clutching at the hem of his XXXXXXL pants.

The release also raised the murder of former Democratic National Committee employee Seth Rich. Washington police have repeatedly said they think Rich was shot in a random robbery attempt.

Dotcom is a leading promoter of the conspiracy theory that Rich had supplied DNC documents to WikiLeaks and was killed as a result.

Rich’s family has accused Dotcom of attempting to hack Rich’s email account, a claim he denies.

The Internet Party release said both it and Dotcom are long-term supporters of WikiLeaks “and we are certain such claims would not be made unless they were true”.

Supporters of criminals, hackers and traitors…nice election platform.


-NZ Herald

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