I’m sorry what?
Sir John Key may have got the country through earthquakes and recessions, but the one thing he wishes he could have changed was the flag.
In an interview with the Australian Financial Review, Sir John said his greatest regret from eight years as New Zealand’s leader was not being able to change the flag.
Key feels his greatest regret was losing the flag vanity project & not the war crimes he signed off on?
The 42000 homeless?
The 370000 kids in poverty?
The mass surveillance state he built?
The mass surveillance lies me made?
The grotesque underfunding of social infrastructure?
The 560 suicides per year?
The NZers living in cars?
The mass migration scams?
Helen Kelly living out the rest of her life as a criminal because he refused to move on medical cannabis?
The tens of thousands thrown off welfare with no where to go?
The worst housing bubbles in NZs history?
The housing affordability crisis?
The state assets sold off to fund irrigation infrastructure?
The 10 000 in prison and the vast expansion of our private prison industry?
The dirty ops campaign run out of his office?
His office colluding with the SIS to frame Phil Goff in the 2011 election?
How come none of those were his greatest regret?
Key claiming his failed vanity project failing was his greatest regret reminds us all what a shallow narcissist he really was.