This could be a fun public meeting

February 15th, 2013 at 3:36 pm by David Farrar

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I saw this photo on Jackson Wood’s blog. I’m not sure if it is legitimate, or a prank.

If it is legitimate, I hope all the Wogistanis (or are they Wogistanians?) of Aro Valley turn up in good numbers!

 

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18 Responses to “This could be a fun public meeting”

  1. Franca (3 comments) says:

    “NZ First’s common-sense policies on taking New Zealand forward … socially”? Are they taking the piss?

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  2. rg (214 comments) says:

    I see because of the Prosser affair Parliament affirmed that all people should be treated equally under the law. This is the same Parliament that affords special status to Maori under the law to choose to be on the Maori roll, it affords special status to Maori under the RMA, denies white people and anyone non Maori the same rights Maori have to make a claim to the Waitangi tribunal, endorses racist policies of the Auckland medical school to allow Maori and Pacific Island people into medical school with lower grades than white people, decrees that Maori should have representation on the Auckland Council via a statuatary board, dishes out money to be spent on certain racial groups only etc etc etc. The NZ Parliament is racist, its affirmation is the hight of hypocracy.
    The ACT Party is the only Party that supports equality under the law and is pilloried for it. Now the other Parliamentarians are apparently claimimg that they want equality too but their actions do not support their empty hollow hypocritical words.

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  3. williamsheridan (63 comments) says:

    Re.”I hope all the Wogistanis (or are they Wogistanians?) ”
    Oh, are they not simply called Wogs?

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  4. hamnidaV2 (247 comments) says:

    It must be a joke.

    I doubt NZ First polls very well in Aro Valley.

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  5. hj (7,033 comments) says:

    The Savings Working Group say the policy of incresed population which started (undemocratically) in the 1990’s appears to have worked almost directly against the adjustments NZ needed to make. In addition they blame high immigration and tax breaks for property investors for unaffordable housing.

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  6. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    There is also a mention of “Membership etc enquiries.”

    Given the demographic of their constituency, do NZ First accept payment in florins, shillings and pennies?

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  7. Rex Widerstrom (5,354 comments) says:

    @Rodders:

    Yes, provided the cheque is made payable to the Spencer Trust.

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  8. Rodders (1,755 comments) says:

    Rex – :)

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  9. tvb (4,430 comments) says:

    Why bother with this nit wit and you post gives publicity to him.

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  10. TheContrarian (1,086 comments) says:

    Hahahaha, sweet. I live nearby. Hahaha can’t wait

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  11. wiseowl (899 comments) says:

    Rg @3.52.You hit the nail on the head.
    Watched those hypocrits standing up there with their righteous utterances .
    Dont know how they can sleep at night.

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  12. David Garrett (7,318 comments) says:

    I think I would use up some airpoints $ and fly to Welly for that! If it IS genuine, and he actually shows up, I hope he’s got some security…My dyke sister used to live in Aro Valley, and I wasn’t keen to meet any of them when they weren’t happy…

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  13. snowy (108 comments) says:

    They prefer to be called ‘Durkastanians’

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  14. peterwn (3,275 comments) says:

    I thought Hugh Barr would be a Greenie.

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  15. magsta (408 comments) says:

    Hugh Barr stood as a NZ First candidate for Ohariu in the 2011 election.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/5607530/Hugh-Barr-to-contest-Ohariu-for-NZ-First

    Maggy Wassilieff

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  16. UglyTruth (4,551 comments) says:

    … because common sense is all about winding up an ethnic group which has a history of reacting to provocation.

    For some context on how the west uses Islamists to advance its agenda, here is a link to the first of James Corbet’s recent interviews of FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds. Content includes Fethullah Gulen’s $25 billion CIA-supported Islamist network, which was has its roots in Operation Gladio.

    http://www.corbettreport.com/interview-595-sibel-edmonds-on-nato-terrorism-911-and-drug-running/

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  17. tropicana (79 comments) says:

    Prosser didn’t show!

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  18. ChardonnayGuy (1,207 comments) says:

    Perhaps Winston’s keeping him on a tight leash? With any luck, he’ll be officially be judged rabid and carted off to the Vet.

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