Key’s State of the Nation Haiku

By   /   January 29, 2015  /   3 Comments

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Social Housing is
no room at Inn or manger
In Key we trusted

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3 Comments

  1. cleangreen says:

    Well emphasised martyn, and the sketch was brilliant, hope it gets into the MSM front page!

    It graphically shows yet more John Key idealism which just generates more corruption we see here, as Key expands his supporters, as he buys these votes using AUSTERITY with continuing selling our assets to them.

    Key must be challenged on these continuing asset sales as more un-announced AUSTERITY.

    Our poverty trap is simply widening and our future security diminishes, while he widens his circle of political support using our sale of assets to these foreign investors and speculators.

    True Crony capitalism and corruption is happening right before our eyes while the MSM is blind or are they also involved?

    • mary_a says:

      @ CLEANGREEN Re your final comment –

      “True Crony capitalism and corruption is happening right before our eyes while the MSM is blind or are they also involved?”

      Yep. MSM like the NZ police, are also in the pocket of Key, involved right up to their corrupt greasy eyeballs in the slime and squalor of this govt!

      Without needing to go into it, the Mike Sabin case is a good example of this fact! No response either way to the allegations. Nothing at all from police minister, Key, Sabin or the police. Same with msm. Very little reporting on the issue going on.

      “Nothing to see here, move on” attitude!

  2. elle says:

    The next thing Key might sell is Councils and the rating system, might get offers from that American bloke who wanted to be Mayor of Auckland, that’s who will put his hat in the ring again if we arnt careful,better Len Brown than a National ring in.
    The media is already doing a hatchett job on Len in preparedness for next election
    .By the time the election comes around gullible people will believe he is not suitable. that opens the door to National to take over Auckland,beware what you wish for you might get it ,is the old saying.
    The next Mayor might even put Sky Cities obligations on the rates bill.


 
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