If I were Huawei and wanted to influence NZ Politics, I’d hire Matthew Hooton

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No, no, no.

Huawei, this clumsy ham fisted attempt to make us want 5G so that we can pointlessly watch movies on our phones while we walk around in urban centres by using rugby metaphors just won’t do!

Rugby appeals to groups of people who can’t pronounce your brand name.

No, to really manipulate NZ into allowing another SuperPower to spy in us like America can, you need someone who can spin a narrative across a range of media.

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Matthew Hooton is your man.

He can lead a narrative like no one else.

His previous links with the political toxicity of Cameron Slater makes him the perfect hitman who can do dirty deeds, but not dirt cheap.

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His RNZ respectability, NZ Herald blandness and Spinoff proximity makes him the middle class suburban tumour you always mistake as benign. Left wing parents tell children that if they don’t do their chores then Matthew Hooton will come along and gerrymander the theft of their public education and healthcare.

Give him a call Huawei and get his price list.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Yes indeed Martyn,

    well said, when Mathew Hooten dropped the corrupt $100 million dollar roading contact deal on the previous National Government Minister of Transport (Steven Joyce) in a radio talk show with Mark Sainsbury -Michele Boag and Mike Williams about that crooked $100 million deal illegally put through MBIE while Steven Joyce was running that agency, it was a master stroke that did actually kill off Steven Joyce’s chances of ever being in Government again.

    So Matthew Hooten is the best there is when the dirty linen needs to come out on display.

    Here was the audio clip in 2014 and after that Joyce was finished and Judith Collins is still alive.

    http://www.thepaepae.com/matthew-hootons-assertions-re-the-prime-ministers-office/35076/

    Matthew Hooton’s assertions re the Prime Minister’s Office
    Posted in 31 August 2014Peter Aranyi9 Comments »
    hooton‘Explosive’ is one of those words that gets kicked around in politics and political reporting to the point where it’s almost lost its meaning.

    But it’s not an exaggeration to describe right wing spin doctor and self-declared National Party loyalist Matthew Hooton‘s performance on RadioLIVE this morning as incendiary. He effectively called Prime Minister John Key ‘dishonest’, said the PM’s office and chief of staff Wayne Eagleson is implicated in the Dirty Tricks scandal (viz. the SIS-Goff-OIA affair) and more, described Jason Ede’s black-ops brigade as ‘acting under orders’.

    And in a fiery exchange, he described former National Party President (and present-day apologist) Michelle Boag as ‘a hack’ with ‘no political views’ who is ‘all about is defending a government that has behaved in ways that [are] literally indefensible and you know it’ …

    Listen for yourself. http://www.thepaepae.com/matthew-hootons-assertions-re-the-prime-ministers-office/35076/

    I’ve archived it here too (audio player below) because RadioLIVE only keeps 7 days audio available and I’ve noticed sometimes Mediaworks launders its talkback station’s audio feed when things get … contentious.

    Go to the lower place to listen to the auidio clip as a 31Aug14.mp3 24057464 audio/mpeg then go to the 27minute and 50 seconds stage to hear tjhis explosive part about Corruption by Steven Joyce.

    Mark Sainsbury hosts ‘Sunday morning’ at RadioLIVE with guests Michelle Boag, Mike Williams, Matthew Hooton & Duncan Garner 31 Aug 2014
    MP3 file

    Listen at the 27mins 50 second mark when Hooten discusses a larde transport contract.

    Matthew says that Brownlee knows about it and then after Michele Boag rubbishes Hooten, saying “Be ore specific” – Hotten then angrily says it was Joyce who was trying to get the contract through illegally.

    UPDATE: The ‘fiery exchange’ has now been highlighted as a RadioLIVE editor’s audio pick here.

    But it’s not an exaggeration to describe right wing spin doctor and self-declared National Party loyalist Matthew Hooton‘s performance on RadioLIVE this morning as incendiary. He effectively called Prime Minister John Key ‘dishonest’, said the PM’s office and chief of staff Wayne Eagleson is implicated in the Dirty Tricks scandal (viz. the SIS-Goff-OIA affair) and more, described Jason Ede’s black-ops brigade as ‘acting under orders’.

    And in a fiery exchange, he described former National Party President (and present-day apologist) Michelle Boag as ‘a hack’ with ‘no political views’ who is ‘all about is defending a government that has behaved in ways that [are] literally indefensible and you know it’ …

    Listen for yourself.

    UPDATE: The ‘fiery exchange’ has now been highlighted as a RadioLIVE editor’s audio pick here.

    Available on demand at RadioLIVE.co.nz dial up Sunday 10am.*
    Click to listen at Radio LIVE
    Click to listen at Radio LIVE (archived below)

    * I’ve archived it here too (audio player below) because RadioLIVE only keeps 7 days audio available and I’ve noticed sometimes Mediaworks launders its talkback station’s audio feed when things get … contentious.

    Mark Sainsbury hosts ‘Sunday morning’ at RadioLIVE with guests Michelle Boag, Mike Williams, Matthew Hooton & Duncan Garner 31 Aug 2014
    MP3 file

    – P

    enclosure: http://www.thepaepae.com/wp-uploads/2014/08/Boag-Hooton-Williams-RadioLIVE-Sunday-morning-31Aug14.mp3 24057464 audio/mpeg

  2. I think Martyn you will find that Charles Finny and Saunders Unsworth have got this one covered. Aided by Hamish Price and lines given to O’Sullivan and Harman.
    Huawei’s NZ PR are definitely trying their best to fuck up NZ’s diplomatic ties with China for their own ends. Traitors.

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