Labour and National secretly plotted this?
National and Labour quietly agreed last year that two Chinese MPs would retire at the same time because of growing security concerns about their relationship with the Chinese Government. National MP Jian Yang announced his retirement on July 10 and Labour MP Raymond Huo on July 21. POLITIK has learned from multiple official and political sources that the retirements followed intelligence briefings of both parties. The almost simultaneous announcements were orchestrated by the offices of Jacinda Ardern and Todd Muller working together.
Is it acceptable for National and Labour to plot in secret to hide their infiltration by China?
National Party voters NEVER mention that they had a Chinese spy inside their caucus, it’s silently ignored while the woke Labour activists consider any criticism of China is xenophobic and attack anyone as racist who brings it up.
The Government are so terrified of embarrassing China, they say very little about a Chinese spy inside Parliament either.
Shouldn’t Labour and National be held accountable for this slavish subservience to our economic overlords?
Can National be trusted with China?
With so many allegations of corruption and personal business relationships between high ranking National Party members and claims of a $150 000 donation after a nudge nudge wink wink meeting alongside the attempt by a Chinese Businessmen to buy two Chinese candidates on the Party List, National are compromisd.
But what about Labour? Raymond Huo had deep ties with organisations linked to the Chinese Government and seemed to have been unchallenged inside Labour.
Flushing these MPs was the right thing to do, but shouldn’t Labour and National be held accountable for allowing it happen in the first place?
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