Juxtaposition – when Kim Dotcom visited John Key’s house




Here’s a juxtaposition, when John Key ‘visited’ Kim Dotcom’s house,  he did so by kicking down his front door with 70 armed paramilitary police based on information taken by illegal spying.

When Kim visited Key’s house tonight at 5pm, it was a candle lit vigil to protest the immoral use of drone strikes.

That’s a contrast for you.



  1. It was very peaceful event until this crazed tory woman in a SUV started screaming at us to get out of her neighborhood. We were quietly paying our respects to a Kiwi that was violently killed by a predator drone.

    • I think if someone was to survey owners of SUVs and large utes on which political party they vote it would be mostly National/Act. You would find they are also unconcerned/oblivous to climate change.

    • It would have been great if the police had breath tested the driver 🙂

      Damn clueless National voters they were!

  2. What the hell kind of sick, twisted, putrid creatures have “we” become when our nation’s leader, the most popular in our entire history (ostensibly), is “comfortable” with extra judicial, extra-territorial, murder and “we”, according to the latest MSM poll, are “comfortable” and supportive of his stance ?
    When it comes to terrorism I cannot imagine the every breathing moment terror lived by a child under constant surveillance by drones, never knowing when my home and family, my friends, my life, will become “collateral damage”, blown to hell by those monstrosities.

  3. Key has a God complex that’s why and thinks he is above the law. Just about every sentence is either predicated by “The reality is…” or “I can’t remember…”

    So when does someone report Key to the United Nations for breaches of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for Crimes against Humanity? http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/

    Article 3 Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

    Article 8. Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.

    Article 10.Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.

    Article 11.

    (1) Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.

    (2) No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed.

    But I’m not a lwayer, just a concerned Kiwi.

    Remote controlled murder, is still murder.

    Oh, and by the way, while I was on the Declaration of Human Rights – one against the GCSB surveillance:

    Article 12.

    No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.

    • Winston Peter’s a lawyer, couldn’t he take Key to the International Court of Justice for Crimes against humanity?

      Key and the GCSB provided information to the US and the other 3 eyes that led to the death of a presumed innocent Kiwi until proven guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence? Erm what trial?

      What offence was the presumed innocent deceased held guilty of under national or international law, at the time when it was committed? What lesser penalty than death could have been imposed by Key and GCSB other than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed?

      If WInston won’t do it, who will? Remote control murder, is still murder, or at very least, manslaughter.

  4. Juxtaposition – if drones visited John Key’s family.

    John Key’s daughter goes to Africa on a project trip for her art studies.
    She’s sitting sketching a lovely old mosque the sun striking the minarets to cause dramatic patterns.

    A drone does it’s job hitting the target. The mosque explodes. A pity about the five art students blown to bits.

    What would the reaction be here I wonder?

    • Andrea Vance?
      What has Peter Dunne got to do with things?
      He’s a political joke looking for a replacement worm. “Willing seller, willing buyer” of votes.

  5. Well, well, well, those who heard Sean Plunket at Radio Live interview John Minto on this candle light vigil outside John Key’s mansion in St Stephens Ave in Parnell this morning, should finally wake up what the progressive forces in New Zealand are up against!

    Plunket has by now got himself a reputation as a talk back host, and it clearly one, where he is considered to be clearly to the right of the political spectrum, and he makes no doubt about it. He has been and is attracting a lot of the right wing callers that used to phone in to Michael Laws once, when he was doing the 9 to noon time slot at Radio Live, and they love Sean almost as much now.

    Sean Plunket does at times still try to pretend he is “balanced”, but he has repeatedly let himself go and exposed his own personal views and bias, which are strongly in favour of John Key and this government. He has also been rather protective of Judith Collins, when she was in the firing line.

    Sean is just one of many in the MSM broadcasting business, who now openly carry their own views, opinions and convictions on their sleeves. Try to find anyone who nowadays dares to speak truly critically of Key and his government, there are very few in the TV and radio business, same as in print business.

    It was rather disgusting how Plunket interrupted John Minto, repeatedly tried to put words into his mouth, and turned the interview in a kind or interrogation, full of suggestions and twisted interpretations of what John was saying.

    In the following talk back, Plunket then rubbished Minto, ridiculed and basically insulted him. Plunket “defended” the privacy of Key and “his family”, and considered the vigil intrusive and unreasonable. He defended drone strikes, and accused Minto of defending New Zealanders who “broke the law” outside the country, because John Minto made a perhaps rushed and unwise comment, that accused New Zealanders should be held to account before the law in New Zealand.

    Of course New Zealanders are responsible to follow the law in other countries, and are accountable for offences committed there (within reason and where law is reasonable of course).

    But what Plunket did was stretching a wide bow, claiming John Minto would allow law breaking no matter what.

    So this is what the public are fed day in and day out, biased information and opinion, selected news, that do not go into depth and report facts fairly and responsibly (look at the TV and other headline news for instance).

    While the MSM hardly covered the budget in detail, and looked at the figures and what is behind the whole picture, they picked a few headlines and used it to rubbish Labour and Greens, and so the election is prepared as a foregone conclusion.

    It is time to stand up not just against illegal drone attacks, but also against this CORRUPT mainstream media and a sadly too ignorant public, as human decency must not be compromised in any way!

  6. So who IS Daryl Jones? Does he have relatives here? Does he have family who know what has happened to him? Has he had a decent burial? If so where? If not, then where are his remains?
    Also the GCSB should release all of the surveillance data on him.
    If he is dead he at least deserves this out of respect for his family.
    Surely there are photographs, main M.O. of a surveillance sweep. Being kept in the dark is not conducive to the coherent functioning of a nation.
    People need to have guidelines on how behaviours trigger their becoming targets of surveillance and branded a criminal.
    It is glib and crass to smile and wave about collateral damage.
    It is poor language to call someone a ‘bad person’. That’s kindergarten level education.. use the expression: ‘you were doing a bad thing’, not ‘you were bad’.
    And if I am talking on the phone and I say M.O. (modus operandi) and the intercept algorithm picks up “ammo”, yes, I will go into one of those packets as person of interest. Other jargons quickly mutate and evolve.
    Hacker jargon, gamer jargon, drug dealer jargon, muso jargon, dentists’ codes for amalgam etc crossing into explosives and incendiaries at quarries and mines….. sparkies, plumbers, hunters, pastry chefs and motorbike mechanics, all their language, accents, nuance, jokes and abbreviations, even just in english, will vary with culture and region, age and industry of who says what on the phone, email & social sites.
    I see the Tower of Babylon built on a sixties shagpile pedestal where the water cooler conversation has the delicacy of a pneumatic screwdriver .

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