Open Forum – Saturday

30 May 2015

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  1. It's the old FATTY POO POO' tricK....

     /  30th May 2015

    For anyone who may have missed it, here is the link to an article from this mornings Herald in relation to the internal workings of our ‘Secret ‘Intelligence’ Service 🙂

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c id=1&objectid=11457032

    And to think these morons.are actually employed to protect our borders from terrorists!!

    Surely it’s time to Get Smart.

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  2. Alan Wilkinson

     /  30th May 2015

    What would you expect from a bunch of bureaucrats who think they are little gods?

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  3. traveller

     /  30th May 2015

    Calling him a ‘fatty po po’ is mild in my estimation. Most I know have considerably worse names for him

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    • It's the old FATTY POO POO' tricK....

       /  30th May 2015

      Have you thought about sending your CV to Rebecca Kitteridge? Sounds like you’re just the sort that the S.I.S are looking for 😦

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      • traveller

         /  30th May 2015

        Thanks but no thanks. I make more money in the private sector and call anyone what I like without the risk of my emails being released to Kim Dotcom’s hagiographer David Fisher under the OIA

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  4. traveller

     /  30th May 2015

    Collins and Williamson – I imagine any right leaning faction within the Nats were buoyed by their perplexing loss of Northland, but that high polls since have frustrated any attempts at influencing caucus and plans of insurrection. Seymour’s savvy tell-tale has dented their aspirations even further. It surprises me that Collins (and Williamson to a lesser degree) haven’t factored in the degree to which their relationship with Slater has made them deeply unpopular in the wider party. I’m perplexed as to why she didn’t really hang Slater out to dry when she had the chance, but anyway she didn’t and consequently there is still the perception they’re friends. Not good for her.

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    • Collins and Slater have a long running familial connection. You don’t dump people for public perception reasons when you’ve know them since they were children. Judith has many faults in my eyes, but I reckon she is at heart a very loyal person,

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      • Traveller

         /  30th May 2015

        “Public perception” reasons? He lied about her and made her seem complicit in his pay for commentary relationships.

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