Open letter to National voters 2: On Shaving Pubic Hair, Pissing In The Shower, Feeding Chickens Or Why We Should Not Be Surprised John Key Talks Dirty On The Radio
Who is John Key, is he one of the criminal bankers and trader who intentionally caused the GFC, or is he just the bloke next door who pisses in the shower and plays with girls ponytails, the more sinister side of New Zealand’s primeminister John Key is that he is still working for the banking cabal, and he is plunging New Zealand into un-presedented debt to make New Zealand vulnerable to corporate take-over via the trans-pacific-partnership-agreement, John Key has millions of dollars in shares with Bank of America, so that would seem to be “confliction of interest” that many Kiwi’s would deem to be criminal considering a large part of New Zealand’s debt is with Bank of America, so “who is John Key, and does he represent the best interests of all New Zealand citizens.
Dear National voter,
John Key made it on the John Oliver show again. And once again it was for all the wrong reasons.
I don’t get why this is such a surprise and here is why:
First of all John Key is a banker. Not an ex-banker but a banker. He never left the banking world. You can’t. First of all you have most of your wealth in shares in the bank you worked for (Well, he has anyway) and they can mysteriously lose all their value if you make the wrong decisions. It’s a bit like being in the Mafia. Once you’re in, you’re in for life!
When he goes abroad he visits with many banking bigwigs. When he visits England he visits the banks of England governor du Jour. In New York he visits with top Wall street bankers. In the run up to his first Prime Ministerial…
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New Zealand PM John Key and the H-Fee investigation, could “Austrailian media expose John Key’s illegal trading”, New Zealand media seems to have helped to conceal illegal trading.
Would Australia’s political pundits be as ready to embrace their brand new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull’s unflinching admiration of New Zealand prime minister John Key if they were aware that the subject of Turnbull’s affection had mislead an early 90’s investigation by their National Crime Authority (NCA) into the now infamous ‘H-Fee’ transactions? So what do you think? Would the tran-Tasman bromance still be welcomed despite it? Or would Australia’s journalists and commentators not be distracted by the flush of first love and actually call for the New Zealand prime minister to explain himself? Could Australia’s media do what New Zealand’s so far hasn’t?
When Key’s 1991 statement to the H-Fee investigations surfaced a week before he was elected prime minister in November 2008, the document was largely accepted as ‘truth’ – even to the point that one highly regarded New Zealand journalist used the statement as ‘evidence’ of Key telling the ‘truth’…
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New Zealand’s rule of law to be dropped from the statute books via the judicature modernisation bill, New Zealand’s parliamentry sovereignty will be eroded, will this allow trans pasific partnership TPPA corporations the power to re-write New Zealand laws, the New Zealand judicature modernisation bill is heading towards its third reading, Jacinda Ardern New Zealand Labour party has viewed serious concern about New Zealand’s “rule of law” being ommitted from the statue books, Jacinda Ardern has added supplementry order papers towards ammendments to the judicature modernisation bill, 1. retain New Zealand’s committment to rule of law, 2. Te tiriti o Waitang.
The New Zealand Parliament seems about to drop that country’s commitment to the rule of law from the Act underpinning the judicial branch. Retiring Supreme Court judge (and former Solicitor-General) Sir John McGrath thinks that’s worrying. He’s right. There’s still time for ex-pat Kiwis to lobby the Minister of Justice.
One of the first legislative measures of the young South Pacific colony, back in 1841, drafted in part by the Birmingham born first Chief Justice, Sir William Martin, was the creation of what is now known as the High Court of New Zealand.
That legislation has been updated over the years, significantly in the 1880s before consolidation in 1908 in the Judicature Act. That Act was overseen by the country’s fourth Chief Justice, the remarkable, Shetland born, Sir Robert Stout.
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Letters Rogatory can now be sent by hapū to the embassies of all prospective TPPA countries, notifying them that the Crown does not have due authority to sign for New Zealand.
Suggested process follows. Please share widely – share buttons at bottom.
> Update 26 July 2015 at 1150pm: first letter sent that we know of is HERE <
For the attention of: all Claimants in the Waitangi Tribunal Claims numbers WAI 1040, 2522, 2533, 2530, 2531, 2532, 2533, and 1427; Ngā Rangatira o Ngā Hapū katoa o Aotearoa / Nu Tireni – for ALL hapū; and any New Zealander concerned that the TPPA may impact negatively upon themselves or the country.
The Crown is as little as four days from ceding New Zealand’s sovereignty to a tribunal for foreign investors, notably international bankers(1), enabling these investors to call in the material resources of the nation(2) upon the default of…
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In 2012, the Corrections Department began comparing the effectiveness of its 17 prisons. Since then each prison has been ranked under one of four categories: ‘Needs Improvement’, ‘Effective’, ‘Exceeding’ or ‘Exceptional’ and the results are published every three months in the Prison Performance Tables.
Reports about fight clubs in Mt Eden prison, run by Serco, also go back to 2012. In September that year, TV3 reported on a former inmate who claimed that prisoners were running a ‘fight club’. At the time, the Corrections Department said complaints about violence were “easy to make but difficult to investigate”. So they didn’t bother – even though section 199F(2) of the Corrections Act was amended to enable the Department to appoint monitors in contracted prisons who shall have…
“free and unfettered access at all times to every part of the contract prison managed by that contractor; and all prisoners in that…
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The Corrections Department is trying to spruce up its image and has added some new pages to its website. One of those pages is called: Human rights in NZ prisons. In the first line under this heading, the Department makes this observation: “We make sure that prisoners in New Zealand are contained humanely.”
Bearing in mind that the suicide rate in New Zealand prisons is 11 times higher than the rate in the community, that’s a very dubious statement – one which is contradicted by almost every posting on this blog.
The Department goes on to say: “We operate in accordance with the Corrections Act 2004 and Corrections Regulations 2005. The Sentencing Act 2002 and the Parole Act 2002 also have particular relevance to our operations.”
Although the new page on Corrctions website is supposedly about the human rights of prisoners, it doesn’t even mention the New Zealand Bill…
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Earlier today New Zealand’s mainstream media ran one of the most puerile pieces of self serving horse shit that we here at LF have seen for a while. United States vice president Joe “Sunset” Biden has recorded a 4th of July message for the inhabitants of New Zealand.
No sooner than Biden starts into it his speech writer manages to get his facts wrong. Biden boldly proclaims “As the sun sets in Wellington it will rise in Philadelphia” He obviously reckoned that was poetic, forget the fact that it was also complete bullshit.
The sun set in Wellington at 17:02 according to the local tables. When the necessary conversions are calculated it was still the middle of the fucking night in Philadelphia. So much for Biden’s license to…
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Will Kiwi’s watch in disbelief as controversial new law is used to target online dessent & expose, not so-called cyber bullying?
Earlier today in New Zealand the Harmful Digital Communications Bill passed into law after its third reading despite a last minute rallying of oposition to the proposed legislation.
The New Zealand Herald ran the following account;
Controversial cyberbullying law passes
• New cyberbullying law will create a criminal offence of intentionally causing harm by posting a digital communication, punishable by up to two years’ imprisonment or a maximum fine of $50,000.
• Complaints can be made to an approved agency, which will attempt to resolve the issue and may contact companies like Google to get material taken down.
A wide-reaching law that will criminalise online communications deemed deliberately harmful has passed into law – despite unexpected and last minute opposition.
The Harmful Digital Communications Bill has passed its third reading, 116 votes in favour to 5…
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