The NZ First funding diagram

July 29th, 2008 at 10:27 am by David Farrar

Tim Selwyn at has done this nice little slush fund diagram to help people understand how it all works. Good job.

If there is a second edition, one could add on next to as a collector of money, and also the as funders.

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9 Responses to “The NZ First funding diagram”

  1. homepaddock (408 comments) says:

    Is there space on the diagram for the taxpayers who are still owed $158,000 and the poor deluded people who actually believed Peters when he said NZ First would be “keeping them honest”?

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  2. Patrick Starr (3,674 comments) says:

    I’m still wondering if the slush fund pays for all of Winstons lawsuits, or all of Winstons Giorgio Armani suits

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  3. side show bob (3,660 comments) says:

    Looks like a real who’s who of assorted rogues and vagabonds. I bet those poor souls dragged into Winnie’s sordid little scandle would just wish he would go away.

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  4. Lee C (4,516 comments) says:

    Excellent!

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  5. emmess (1,428 comments) says:

    Tu Meke forgot the Velas

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  6. RRM (9,924 comments) says:

    Good effort…. but then he cites one and only one reference – and it’s Wikipedia. Most Universities will fail you for that…

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  7. stephen (4,063 comments) says:

    “most” universities?

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  8. Tauhei Notts (1,714 comments) says:

    Tim Selwyn writes about the Chinese Walls about Brian Henry and others.
    I have always thought that the problem with chinese walls is that there can be too many chinks in them.

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