I love the Amazing Technicolor dream skin-suit that every Government apologist attempts to wrap Luxon in.
Every month there’s a new narrative coat wrapped around the Emperor which quickly gets dumped the moment it gets seen through.
The right wing apologists for Luxon first claimed he wasn’t a politician so that’s why he was so useless and had to keep u-turning on things he’d said 24 hours earlier.
Then the apologists attempted to sell him as the great deal maker, which looked farcical after ACT and NZ First screwed National over.
Then they tried to pretend he was moderate and not extreme despite:
- Attacking Worker Rights
- Attacking Renter Rights
- Taking $555million form the poorest families
- Vandalising Public transport
- Starting a race baiting war on Māori while attempting to legislate away the Treaty.
- Stopping cameras on fishing fleets.
- Robbing Climate Change funds and road safety funds for tax cuts to rich people.
- Allowing 8000 tobacco deaths for tax cuts WHILE GETTING US INTO A COUNTER PRODUCTIVE AMERICAN WAR!!!!
NOW as the shear lie of National not being extremist sinks beneath the surface, it’s Luxon the super strategist chess player Svengali who is playing us all into thinking he’s a weak willed moron when really he is super clever and tricking us.
The right Wing are so in shock at how feckless Luxon is, the apologists are manufacturing him into a Machiavellian mastermind.
At the moment he is talking out both sides of his mouth regarding the Treaty Principle’s Referendum.
He tells Māori one thing and the Press Gallery another.
Even if we are to believe him, he’s saying he’ll allow the race baiting to occur minus any real chance of it happening.
That’s worse than not having a good faith debate!
He has allowed us to be sucked into the American vortex in the Red Sea and he looked terrified at Waitangi.
He’s a virgin at an orgy.
The truth is Luxon was a middle manager CEO who ran a mens deodorant company and had the cushy NZ owned Air NZ and has zero political values beyond loving God.
He is being played by David Seymour and Winston Peters
The Right refuse to accept this and so we get this never ending wardrobe change of a narrative structure trying to explain Luxon to voters.
If there wasn’t so much at stake, it would be sadly funny.
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