Green team – Shaw and Genter

Julie Anne Genter is joining James Shaw for a Green Party Business Breakfast.

Pre-Election Breakfast with James Shaw & Julie-Anne Genter

Green Party Co-Leader and Wellington Central candidate James Shaw and Associate Finance Spokesperson Julie-Anne Genter invites you to a breakfast briefing on the Greens economic policies.

Includes a delicious La Boca Loca breakfast burrito or empanada and bottomless coffee.

Thursday 17 August 2017
7.30am-8.45am
Biz Dojo  Level 1, 115 Tory Street,
Te Aro, Wellington

A credible looking Green business team.

8 Comments

  1. Brown

     /  August 7, 2017

    Nope. A whining mummy’s boy who doesn’t know right from wrong and an unquestioning terrorist supporter. A valid option for Marxists and anarchists perhaps but not for people with ethics, morals and brains .

    • phantom snowflake

       /  August 7, 2017

      Drivel. Marxists and Anarchists I have known have ethics, morals, brains and…STYLE!

    • Conspiratoor

       /  August 7, 2017

      Suck it up Mr Brown. Your beige mates are going to struggle for air time. In contrast to past elections there are some good looking folks fronting the left parties, and they will pull a lot of votes. This is not a done deal!

      • Brown

         /  August 7, 2017

        Don’t assume that because I hate the Greens I like any of the other options.

    • Pete Kane

       /  August 7, 2017

      “…. mummy’s boy……” – or two.

  2. PDB

     /  August 7, 2017

    Two people that support historical benefit fraud and belong to a party that want to implement higher welfare payments whilst removing all obligations for those claiming those benefits and also want open-ended treaty claims where claims can never be finalised.

    Hardly economic powerhouses then?

  3. chrism56

     /  August 7, 2017

    I disagree with you PG, and agree with PDB. They lost their credibility when they supported Ms Turei’s benefit fraud. They could easily have said nothing, like a number of other Green MPs, or come out with a non-committal agreement along the lines of it wasn’t right then but it is history that will be corrected. Instead, they gave full support to the campaign. They will for ever be tarred by that.
    Can you imagine how it will go down when the Green couple telling business leaders that they will be clamping down on tax exemptions. Yeah, Right.

  4. Pete Kane

     /  August 7, 2017

    See Green MPs Graham and Clendon have just quit the Green Party list. (No loss in Clendon but Graham certainly had a lot to offer – certainly more than his brother.)