A music video by Jevan Goulter and Gerogina Beyer in support of gay marriage. Nothing unusual in that. Except that Jevan works for Hone Harawira who has said he is not supportive of same sex marriage. I wonder if Hone has seen the video?
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Given that this video is a commercial venture
i.e the notes on youtube state “The single is available to buy on iTunes and amplifier and Marbecks NOW, links below”
I am presuming that he has permission from parliamentary services to use parliament as a backdrop for his enterprise?????
Can I reproduce an image or photograph of Parliament Buildings for commercial purposes? You may not reproduce any image or photograph of Parliament Buildings for commercial purposes. Images of Parliament buildings (the Parliamentary Library, Parliament House, and the Beehive) are protected by copyright.
Contact the Parliamentary Information Service to apply for permission to reproduce an image or photograph of Parliament Buildings.
That has to be the worst piece of ‘music’ (autotuned crap) I’ve had the misfortune to hear for quite some time-and what’s with this unknown camp ‘singer’ pouting at the camera and singing about how the paparazzi “write shit about me” “I create headlines” etc etc- Is this person fucking deluded??
Worst of all you just know plenty of our taxpayer dollars went into this debacle..
Err, so does this mean that Hone now supports gay marriage?????, or has he been told to pull his head in by the rest of the Party??????????????- I note that he uses MANA believes a lot, not I believe…
Press Release by Mana Party at 2:30PM, 26 Jul 2012
MANA Leader Hone Harawira congratulates Louisa Wall on her “The Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Bill” being drawn from the ballot.
Harawira said that MANA believes that strong and healthy relationships were the foundation of loving whanau and a positive and vibrant society, and recognised that those relationships could be found between all people, regardless of sex, race or class.
“Because of that” said Harawira “MANA also believes that partners in such relationships should be entitled to enter into marriage and/or adopt children, with the same legal protections, rights and responsibilities for all, regardless of sex, race or class”.
Harawira said that on behalf of MANA he would be proud to support Miss Wall’s bill at first reading and looked forward to further discussions with her about the future of her bill.