Isaac Davidson at NZ Herald reports:
Mr Jones, a former Sealord chairman, also singled out the Green Party, “the political wing of the Greenpeace movement”, for its support of the stunt, which he felt undermined the company in a tough economic climate.
The Greens do seem to be against a lot of jobs. Against mining jobs. Against oil jobs. Against fishing jobs. Against roading jobs.
Mr Jones said it was “a step too far” and the equivalent of economic vandalism at a time when jobs were scarce.
“When the Green Party and the Green Priests [Greenpeace] take on a role of using that ad to humiliate, trash and parody not only the brand of the company but its workers, it’s a step too far.”
Imagine the fun we’ll have if we have a Labour/Green Government in 2014!