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If this isn’t corrupt – what the f**k is?!

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Peters slams National's house buy

Source: Fairfax media – Peters slams National’s house buy

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The National Government selling a  state-owned property to itself?!

This is the kind of practice  that is best synonymous with Third World or ex Soviet republics, where corruption is rampant.

Now we are witnessing  corruption by National ministers, Party officials, and their equally culpable apparatchiks.

Who would have thought that we would see this kind of thing here in New Zealand? And how do National Party members and supporters justify this kind of corrupt behaviour?

Perhaps it is time for Transparency International – the global corruption monitoring organisation – to reconsider our rating.

A message to Mr Peters;

Post the 2014 election, if you hold the balance of power, will you align yourself with a self-serving, discredited Party that has no compunction to act corruptly?

Will you cosy up to a Party that has engaged in unpopular legislation; ignoring public opinion; attacked critics; extended State surveillance power; and is now stealing public property for their own purposes?

Do you want yourself and your Party associated with this kind of corruption?

You have some deep thinking to do after next year’s election.  Choose wisely.

 

 

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  1. ex Blue Voter
    7 August 2013 at 4:48 pm

    I’ve voted Nats since 1984.

    No more. I’m done with this lot. Winnie has my vote from now on.

  2. Theodore
    7 August 2013 at 5:32 pm

    Is this even legal???????

  3. Deborah Kean
    7 August 2013 at 6:10 pm

    I remember one of the last gasps of the pre-Helen Clark Nats in 1998, was to sell national forests to Fletchers when Christine Fletcher was one of their MPs. I was enraged, and even more so, that no one other than the local Labour party branch (Mt Albert) seemed to care,
    Deb

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