Clearly Marama Davidson doesn’t know the third Whaleoil rule of politics

Green list MP and co-leader wanna be Marama Davidson, hugs immigrant from South Africa, BDS activist Justine Sachs, demonstrating that she is ignorant of Whaleoil’s third rule of politics.

Here are the twelve Whaleoil Rules of Politics:

Whaleoil’s Rules of Politics

1. If you are explaining, you are losing

2. Utu is good, even necessary

3. Never hug a corpse – it smells and you end up smelling like the corpse too

4. Always know where the bodies are buried

5. Don’t let mongrels get away with being mongrels

6. Don’t mess with The Whale, ever

7. Never wrestle with pigs, two things are for certain if you do. You will get dirty and the pig will enjoy it.

8. Never ask a question if you don’t already know the answer

9. Speak plain, Speak Simple

10. Remember, I’m telling this story

11. Never trust a politician if you aren’t close enough to them to hit them in the back of the head with a bit of 4×2

12. Never trust a politician with a moustache or a hyphenated name

Self-proclaimed Jew and anti-Israel activist from South Africa Justine Sachs.

South African born Justine along with her English born fellow activist Nadia,  is currently being sued by three Israeli teenagers for convincing Lorde to cancel her concert in Israel on behalf of the Boycott Divest and Sanction movement.

The legal firm Shurat HaDin that is representing the teenagers has taken on some very big cases.


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