New Clothing Standards set by National Party

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The National Party has set a new standard how it expects the lower classes to dress. National ministers Anne  Tolley and Party-leader-in-waiting, Judith Collins, began with this sexist attack on Green Party co-leader, Metiria Turei,

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PM says ministers not bullying Turei

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Obviously, Tories cannot abide poor folk and their elected representatives becoming ‘uppity’ and above their ‘station’ in life. This public excoriation of  Ms Turei is the Tory way of telling some stroppy “n—-r” to get back in line.

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All dressed up as “political argy-bargy”, to make it seem like Parliamentary business-as-usual.

The Tories won’t be happy until Turei (and poor folk)  dress accordingly,

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Right way and wrong way to dress

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(Note; the above examples of Dress Standards for Poor People is a guide only. The National Party suggests sack-cloth, grass skirts, and rags are always fashionable amongst the down-and-out. Nudity is fine – especially for comely females in the presence of male National MPs. Any unemployed poor person wearing shoes – of any description – will be immediatly means-tested and their benefit halved. Obviously they are receiving far too much if they can afford shoes.)

Next chapter in National Party policy: How changing the flag will raise 250,000 children out of poverty (but not too far out of poverty)

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References

Radio NZ: PM says ministers not bullying Turei

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Perhaps National Party moral high ground is squeezing more money from low-income earners, reducing opportunities, two-faced gestures of listening and ultimately denying any acknowledgement of hardship.

    Dress code for the poor: hoodie, baggy track pants loose at the waist, high visibility vest and ankle mounted tracking device. This will satisfy the prejudicial by ensuring those on a low-income look dangerous, lazy and most importantly visible – got to know what they’re up to with their fiendish little minds.

  2. My wife buys designers labels at Savemart. I have already suggested that she might try a consulting role with the Green party.

    Recycling designer labels, what’s not to like?

  3. If you want as many women as men in parliament you do NOT make it an issue what they wear. If you don’t, you do.

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