Round of applause folks for the utter failure of the free market housing crisis that the National Party have built. Another day, and another set of examples of the Housing Crisis in meltdown.
First Nick Smith on Radio NZ this morning sounding as confused and delusional as he always does when pushed on Housing…
…good one Nick, so first time home buyers can just be patient, and where exactly can those in desperate need stay patient? Why in a gloriously illegal roach motel run by a slumlord…
A Newshub investigation has revealed Auckland garages are being rented out illegally for more than $400 a week.
In a case that is currently before the Tenancy Tribunal, one property manager is accused of commandeering a garage, converting it and renting it out to separate tenants.
That’s despite the garage apparently being included in the rental agreement for the tenant in the main house
…National have stripped renters, the poor and beneficiaries from being able to live in dignity and the state agencies tasked with their welfare are causing more harm than good.
Mass surveillance and dirty politics turned many voters off from participating at all in the electoral process in 2014 while those property speculators with skin in the game flocked to the ballot boxes to ensure Key remained in power. What we are seeing with the private polling is a collapse of National vote because those who didn’t bother to participate last time see just as much reason to vote this time around as those with property because their living standards have been guttered by this Government.
What’s different this time around is the mainstream media are now competing with narrative structures from social media that contradict National’s spin and they are forced (primarily by Checkpoint) to actively seek out stories of those who are suffering.
It’s time John Key and National Party voters reaped what they sow.