Field’s conspiracy theory

September 6th, 2012 at 1:23 pm by David Farrar

Trans-tasman reports:

To add to the gay theme came, like an echo from the past, the accusations of former Labour MP Philip Field. Now out of prison for nearly a year, Field claimed he had been the victim of a gay and lesbian group within Labour who wanted him out of the road due to his profound and deep Christian beliefs.

The existence of a conspiracy minded gay and lesbian group within Labour opposed to Christian beliefs is something we can take as a given. The ability of such a group to conspire with judge, jury and Police to put Field behind bars though is a bit of a stretch.

Maybe they’re like the Freemasons? :-)

What is a real shame is that Field still does not accept he did anything wrong. To be fair, that is also the position of the NZ Labour Party who have never said he did anything wrong – just that the acknowledged the verdict!

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15 Responses to “Field’s conspiracy theory”

  1. Sofia (828 comments) says:

    To be fair, that is also the position of the NZ Labour Party who have never said he did anything wrong

    Revisionist bullshit!
    Clark was perfectly aware of the wrong doing and set up an inquiry with such narrow limits that it failed to reveal the wrong doing.
    Clark was not ignorant, like Field still seems to be, but knew the damage that was done and, worse than Field, tried as Labour Leader and Prime Minister to hide it.

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  2. alwyn (400 comments) says:

    A bit off subject, and definitely tongue in cheek, but there was a headline in today’s Dom/Post that I didn’t think we would see until we had had a Labour government with Chauvel as Attorney-General for at least a term.
    The headline was “Man who had sex with girl to be deported”.
    I didn’t think that gay sex only was now permissible.

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  3. thedavincimode (6,589 comments) says:

    alwyn

    Secret clause in the same sex marriage bill (the Andrei clause). But then the Bill has only had its first reading so the deportation seems a bit premature.

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  4. Paul Williams (877 comments) says:

    I’m Labour but straight. Could someone advise if the Lesbian and Gay group targetting corrupt, lazy and incompetent MPs accepts associate members?

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  5. Manolo (13,514 comments) says:

    I agree with Sofia. Dear Leader Clark knew all along about Taito’s corrupt practices, but decided to look the other way. It was only when his crimes were exposed that she said “he was guilty only of helping his constituents“.

    Shame on the socialist Labour Party for abetting the corrupt Philip Field.

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  6. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    Here’s the real conspiracy as a trader says govt’s don’t rule the world, Goldman Sachs does.

    This vid went viral and couldn’t be denied by the main stream media

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  7. mavxp (494 comments) says:

    hinamanu, that guy was exposed as not a real trader at all but a prankster.

    The funny thing is the Beeb didn’t do their background checks.

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  8. MH (682 comments) says:

    So he employed a few asian house__________nah,vulgar in the extreme pandering to purient media sentiment.

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  9. MH (682 comments) says:

    coolies…just couldn’t think of the word.

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  10. Nigel Kearney (914 comments) says:

    Of course Field is upset that he went to prison while all of the other Labour Cabinet Ministers who engaged in criminal conduct got away scot free. If one of the sisterhood had done what Field did, would anyone be surprised if Howard Broad decided there was no public interest in prosecuting?

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  11. Positan (384 comments) says:

    Labour has the most contemptible ethos and it’s diligently embraced by all who attend that scumbag party.

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  12. Craig Ranapia (1,915 comments) says:

    I’m kind of impressed the Homointern not only managed to create a Field clone to break the law without anyone noticing, but managed to infiltrate a sleeper agent into the judiciary on the off chance a good upstanding Christian MP fell foul of their evil agenda. Has Ian Wishart snapped up the book rights yet?

    BTW, I’m pretty sure people with “deep and profound Christian beliefs” take all that do not steal and do not bear false witness stuff a little more seriously than Mr. Field did.

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  13. Lucy (32 comments) says:

    Mr Field was an amazing man who did amazing things for the community. He helped so many people. He is worth 20 of the people who put him behind bars. He had a great heart, worked hard and never turned anyone away. The way he has been treated is appalling. The only thing he is guilty of is caring too much. His actions were twisted, misinterpreted and used against him in an appalling way by the media and the opposition. He has, and will always have, the support of his community, who is grateful for the way he helped others. I’m glad that Taito is holding his head high. You can try and tear a man apart, but you can never take his beliefs and faith from him.
    Obviously, he was held to a higher standard than anyone else – but how an innocent man could be put in jail is beyond me.
    Taito – stand tall, kia kaha – we know you didn’t do anything wrong.

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

    BUt, then even Field admitted the ‘support’ of his community was worth somewhere in excess of $10,000 into his back pocket in unpaid work on one of his properties. (one of his properties, mind, not his only property).

    Your sense of duty is laudable, Lucy. can I borrow a couple of grand – just till the weekend?

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  15. Elaycee (4,332 comments) says:

    Lucy:

    Mr Field was an amazing man who did amazing things….
    helped so many people…..
    The only thing he is guilty of is caring too much….
    His actions were twisted, misinterpreted and used against him…
    how an innocent man could be put in jail is beyond me…
    we know you didn’t do anything wrong…

    Oh dear….

    But I have some good news for you Lucy – I can forward you a letter from a nice man in Nigeria who wants to send you money.

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