Clark reappointed

April 13th, 2013 at 2:58 pm by David Farrar

The Herald reports:

Former Prime Minister has been appointed for a another term in her role at the United Nations.

Miss Clark was first appointed as the UN Development Programme Administrator in 2009.

She said it had been an “honour and a privilege” to serve in the role for the past four years.

“I thank the Member States of the United Nations General Assembly and the Secretary-General for their confidence in me to lead the organisation for another term,” she said.

Four years goes quickly.

The position has a tax free US$450,730 salary and US$240,000 housing subsidy which is a total package of US$690,000 tax free. That is NZ$803,500 net which is equal to NZ$1.19 million gross. A lot better than being PM! I suspect she’s still like her old job back though.

Her new term will expire in April 2017.

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  1. hamnidaV2 (247 comments) says:

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  2. Fletch (6,407 comments) says:

    Fark, that’s all we need.
    More socialists getting paid big money for doing what amounts to nothing….

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  3. Viking2 (11,484 comments) says:

    Time we did what we shopuld.
    Cut the money supply to that useless organization.

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  5. Harriet (4,972 comments) says:

    Arn’t we getting two for the price of one still?

    Is H2 still having her say.

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  6. Richard29 (377 comments) says:

    I’m curious to see what she does when her UN gig finishes, assuming she doesn’t get the Secretary General job. There was a rumour once that she was interested in the Auckland Supercity mayor job – that wouldn’t surprise me, she’s got politics in her veins – I can’t imagine her just sitting back and retiring on a few board roles…

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  7. Tom Barker (143 comments) says:

    Clark’s name is certainly in the ring for UN secretary-general.

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  8. nasska (11,575 comments) says:

    I’ll lay odds there’s a few gay boys relieved that Mummy’s been reappointed. The thought of having their snouts detached from the trough would have sent a chill wind right up their well worn arses. :)

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  9. Judith (8,534 comments) says:

    Richard29 (328) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 3:10 pm
    —————————-

    I’m hoping she will write a book or two. I’m sure there would be quite a few who will be hoping she doesn’t.
    She is sure to have quite a few secrets that could do with telling – quite a few people ducking for cover! :-)

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  10. ChrisM (103 comments) says:

    As well as her money from this job, I wonder how much she gets from the NZ Government as a pension. With her long service and having being Prime Minister, that would be $100k or more – if she claims it.

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  11. MT_Tinman (3,202 comments) says:

    Sorry World!

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  12. freemark (581 comments) says:

    ChrisM (20) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 3:13 pm
    As well as her money from this job, I wonder how much she gets from the NZ Government as a pension. With her long service and having being Prime Minister, that would be $100k or more – if she claims it.

    Well she certainly qualifies to be a Rich Prick, doesn’t appear that she pays much tax however, according to public sources she has many rental properties, and employs a few tax structures like family trusts. The hypocrisy is breathtaking, she is probably one of the most dangerous and dishonest (wo)men in the world. FFS

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  13. Cactus Kate (551 comments) says:

    Why are UN salaries tax free?
    Clark is sitting in NYC resident there. The USA taxes everything that moves. Clark still moves.

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  14. Nick K (1,244 comments) says:

    Is Cunliffe gonna ask why she can’t be taxed? I mean, he asking Google and Facebook to “pay their fair share”, why isn’t Clark “paying her fair share”.

    Tax cheat. That is what she is.

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  15. pollywog (1,153 comments) says:

    Hi Kate :)

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  16. nasska (11,575 comments) says:

    Cactus Kate

    I think they get away with the rort because the UN was set up under the same laws that apply to embassies & their staff. Except of course that most diplomats pay tax to their country but the overpaid wankers in the UN are effectively stateless.

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  17. Doug (410 comments) says:

    The more useless you are at the UN the the more you are rewarded.

    Scathing report of Helen Clark at the UN.

    Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark has received a damning performance review in a new report highlighting the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) failures.

    http://www.3news.co.nz/Scathing-report-of-Helen-Clark-at-the-UN/tabid/417/articleID/283250/Default.aspx

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  18. Cactus Kate (551 comments) says:

    So a former and current Labour leader have received tax free salaries.
    Good enough for them and the world didn’t end
    Makes you wonder why they can’t advocate everyone’s salary being free of tax?

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  19. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    While Clarke is there and away from us…

    She is not fucking our economy !!

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  20. Nick K (1,244 comments) says:

    What stigie? Where have you been!?!? Hello – carbon taxes!! Global Warming taxes!!

    She’s trying very hard from 13,000 miles away.

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  21. scrubone (3,099 comments) says:

    I’m hoping she will write a book or two. I’m sure there would be quite a few who will be hoping she doesn’t.
    She is sure to have quite a few secrets that could do with telling – quite a few people ducking for cover!

    But somehow, I doubt she’ll share how she managed to shut down media criticism of her administration for so many years.

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  22. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    The evil hag used us [NZ] to prove her credentials for socialist engineering in order to set herself up for the UN. I believe that the UN was her end game and becoming PM was only a stepping stone. I said this while she was PM and it looks like I was right.

    She is the most rotten and harmful person this country has ever produced. I have never forgiven NZ for allowing her back into power three times. I voted for her the first time, believing she was returning to Labours core values of representing the working man. I woke up very quickly. Now days National occupy the ground previously held by Labour, leaving Labour with the choice of moving right of National, or further to the extreme left (which is what they have done)

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  23. Manolo (13,828 comments) says:

    Appoint the witch for life. Keep her out of NZ to make us (and Peter) happy.

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  24. pq (728 comments) says:

    another good reason to be rid of un United Nation paper shuffle , and fifth and ninth avenue, what a dog bitch she is

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  25. labrator (1,850 comments) says:

    @hamnidav2 You had me at “I don’t think”.

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  26. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    So Helen Clark earns a tax free salary, and David Shearer used to earn a tax free salary that he stashed in his secret offshore bank account. It turns out that the party that believes in high taxes doesn’t believe in paying any tax themselves.

    I can believe the giant housing subsidy. Years ago I met a young British woman who scored a PA’s job at FAO in Rome. Her employment package actually included an allowance of about $20k in order for her to redecorate the apartment she rented to her own taste. Indirectly, it was a subsidy from the taxpayers of UN member states to Rome landlords, who had their apartments painted and updated on a regular basis if they managed to score UN staff as tenants.

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  27. Reg (539 comments) says:

    Clark’s move to New York, was the best thing that ever happened to NZ.
    1. Her “corrosive, cancerous” personality is now half a world away.
    2. She is arranging jobs for the “boys”, ridding us of Chris Carter (to Kabul) and now Charles Chauvel to The Bg Apple.
    3. She out of our face, surrounded by the nuclear ships she told us were so dangerous.
    4. She’s just committed to staying a away for another 4 years.
    5. She not spending our money. (Bar our contribution to the UN, which is a small price to keep her at such a distance).
    Perhaps we could see if they could make her position a life appointment!

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  28. Richard29 (377 comments) says:

    @Freemark:
    “according to public sources she has many rental properties, and employs a few tax structures like family trusts”

    As a senior UN official she is subject to financial disclosure. According to that she has a blind trust in NZ, and real estate in the UK and NZ (jointly with Peter)
    http://www.un.org/sg/ethicalstandards/2012/Helen%20Clark.pdf

    Interestingly there is no note of any savings accounts in New York that her UN salary is paid into. It might be that savings accounts are not subject to disclosure – or maybe she just forgot about it – I’ve heard that is really easy to do :P

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  29. Nostradamus (3,339 comments) says:

    UNDP slated by its own board

    As DPF blogged here on 16 January 2013 (quoting from a Stuff article):

    Former prime minister Helen Clark has been hit with a devastating critique of her United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in an official report saying much of its annual US$5.7 billion (NZ$6.8 billion) budget is only remotely connected to ending global poverty. The densely worded report by the UNDP’s executive board – Clark’s bosses since she became secretary-general in April 2009 – amounts to a stinging performance review. US media reports say she is leading a counter-attack claiming the study misses the point behind its work. But the report paints a striking picture of a confused organisation seemingly unable to bring significant change to the world’s 1.3 billion poor people despite spending US$8.5 billion on fighting poverty between 2004 and 2011.

    So, in the real world, how does a “stinging performance review” leads to a reappointment?

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  30. Psycho Milt (2,412 comments) says:

    So, in the real world, how does a “stinging performance review” leads to a reappointment?

    We should just be glad they aren’t taking a lead from the private sector, otherwise she’d be getting a shitload in bonuses as well as the re-appointment.

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  31. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    So, in the real world, how does a “stinging performance review” leads to a reappointment?

    Through connections like Blair and Putin.

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  32. Reg (539 comments) says:

    Nosty
    The UN is not the “real world”. It’s a “democracy” in which totalitarian nations have a majority, which they use to attack the United States and other real world democracies!

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  33. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Check out the photo on this link ! She looks hot, with no airbrushing :)

    http://undpwatch.blogspot.co.nz/search?q=clark

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  34. duggledog (1,559 comments) says:

    Nasska: ‘well worn arses’. That is very bad and naughty of you but shit I laughed.

    Good to see Helen gets this gig, she can continue throwing money down the toilet and ‘closing the gaps’ ha ha ha

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  35. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    You are right Kea, she does look hot !

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  36. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    At least she provides funding to the UN aid workers raping kids in Africa. What are you lot doing to help !

    LONDON, England (CNN) — Humanitarian aid workers and United Nation peacekeepers are sexually abusing small children in several war-ravaged and food-poor countries, a leading European charity has said. Children like this 15-year-old girl have suffered abuse at the hands of some UN soldiers and aid workers.

    Children as young as 6 have been forced to have sex with aid workers and peacekeepers in return for food and money, Save the Children UK said in a report released Tuesday.

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  37. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    You are right Kea, she does look hot !

    Hard to believe what she turned into. She was one sexy woman back then.

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  38. pq (728 comments) says:

    My God so help me now look at this picture

    http://undpwatch.blogspot.co.nz/search?q=clark

    Kea (3,192) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 5:18 pm
    Check out the photo [ of Helen butch ] on this link ! She looks hot, with no airbrushing :)
    http://undpwatch.blogspot.co.nz/search?q=clark

    that is not hot kea that is dog tucker , always was

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  39. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    pq Come off it. I hate the bitch as much as any right minded person, but you would have to be a homo not to want to give her some lovin back then. As long as you did not talk politics, it would be all good. ;)

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  40. Grendel (1,002 comments) says:

    its always fascinating how the lefties who waffle on about other people paying their ‘fair share’ forget that at the UN.

    if they really were all about helping the poor, they would at least half her income, and then voluntarily pay tax, hell even if it was paying a form of tax back to the UN to give to charity.

    but this is endemic of all organisations who dont make money, but simply take it. they pay themselves more than anyone else, all in the guise of helping the poor. i did not know you needed to earn 800K NZ to help the poor.

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  41. Viking2 (11,484 comments) says:

    “So from the time I came in,” she went on, “I approached the job rather overseriously and that left its public impression. Very dour, very sour, very dry. All these sorts of things. Shaking that off as you become more secure in what you’re doing is not so easy.”

    Never did.

    Clark started her reign doing some good stuff but like Shearer was overtaken by the poor quality aspirants of the Labour Party. Most still there.

    By the time the 9 years were up they became completely misguided and corrupt.

    The interesting question is:

    When will Micheal Cullen move to new York for his tax free stipend?

    Oh that’s right , he already is on the drip feed from the Brown Bro’s.

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  42. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Oh that’s right , he already is on the drip feed from the Brown Bro’s.

    Tell us more V2

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  43. Viking2 (11,484 comments) says:

    Cheif advising negotiator to certain tribes. Go look it up.

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  44. nocommentkiwi (35 comments) says:

    It’s clear that a lot of people citing the ‘stinging’ report haven’t actually read it; it covers the a period that predates Clark’s appointment and notes that under her direction the UNDP has improved – it is quite damning of the UNDP, but not really of Clark herself. This explains, in part, her re-appointment.

    The tax-issue is also a bit moot: who are UN employees supposed to pay tax to? It’s a diplomatic organization and it would be wrong for the sovereign coffers of the United States to receive revenue from a organization funded by many nations.

    The vitriol in many of the comments here might be understandable because of Clark’s Leftist legacy as P.M., but there’s no sound reasoning behind the criticisms being made. If anything, it reflects the failure of the U.N. (or perhaps NZ’s education-system) to effectively inform people about it’s structure and role. Alternatively, those commentors may just be ideologues who are keen to parrot insubstantial criticisms with a view to defame the UN, instead of promulgating realistic criticisms on the its actual performance.

    Call me Nationalist, but overall I’m just very happy that yet another Kiwi is doing big things on the world stage – it reflects our unique ability to box-above-our weight, and that we have a great deal of talented individuals.

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  45. David Garrett (7,311 comments) says:

    I truly believe she did the most harm of any NZ Prime Minister bar none…and I include Muldoon. While he did tremendous damage economically, her social engineering put us well on the road to being a country where being “rainbow” is a pre-requisite for any kind of serious government job, and the bloody so called treaty is inextricably enshrined in our constitution. She was also a thief and a liar, and ruthlessly fed those who served her to the wolves when it suited. Letting those cops take the rap for her 110mph (175 k’s for you young chaps) drive so she could make an appearance at the rugby was a disgrace…as was her dealing to a Police Commissioner she didnt like, and in all likelihood, interfering personally to prevent herself being prosecuted over the painting. That prosecution was stopped at Attorney General level – i.e. Michael Cullen. Crown Law’s opinion was that there was a prima facie case of fraud to answer.

    THOSE are some of the reasons I refused to stand up for the hag when everyone else in parliament was applauding her appointment to a UN sinecure….and I would do it again.

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  46. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Cheif advising negotiator to certain tribes. Go look it up.

    Right.

    I thought you meant these Brown Brothers.

    http://www.bbh.com/wps/portal/home

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  47. nasska (11,575 comments) says:

    You summed it up David G. The country is robust enough to take the financial kicking but we will never recover from the social engineering.

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  48. dime (9,977 comments) says:

    im sure she donates a lot to charity BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    least it keeps it away from us

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  49. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    I truly believe she did the most harm of any NZ Prime Minister bar none

    She already had even before she was elected as PM David, via her anti-nuke stance and the fallout from that, which hardly anyone knows about.

    And then she kept doing harm, when elected into the high office.

    No doubt about it, she absolutely was the worst most damaging PM NZ has ever had and her techniques and methods and belief structures will have been transferred to her current role.

    As Kea said above it’s been patently obvious for decades S-G is her goal in life and it always has been. One mountain after the other. It’s a pity that while she pretends to the useful idiots that she lifts people up and takes them along with her, what she really does and what she always has done, is walk over the corpses she needs to sacrifice in order to attain said goals. And once attained, leaves the real people who really care to pick up the pieces left by the enervating policies she exercises once ensconced. They’re just mere details.

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  50. Cactus Kate (551 comments) says:

    Got to say I’ve seen some amazing rentals in HK but I’m struggling to see how a woman living on their own needs a US240k pa housing allowance! Even in NYC. She must have a pretty amazing pad.

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  51. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    Is she living on her own Cactus ?

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  52. burt (8,275 comments) says:

    DPF

    Must be time to publish a graph of NZ government donations to the UN in the 10 years leading up to 2008….

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  53. OECD rank 22 kiwi (2,752 comments) says:

    There is a lot of “Bad Blood” regarding Helen Clark.

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  54. Longknives (4,763 comments) says:

    Her Husband must miss her terribly.

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  55. David Garrett (7,311 comments) says:

    Cactus: She’d only be on her own when Peter isn’t there course …and she will have made a lot of friends in the US…they’ll be like sisters, all over the country…and when visiting the Big Apple the sisters will be on the sponge too, and staying with Helen rather than at an hotel…

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  56. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    One more property or two perhaps for the Clark trust fund

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  57. Sir Cullen's Sidekick (890 comments) says:

    She is saving the poor people of this world.

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  58. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    …the sisters will be on the sponge too, and staying with Helen rather than at an hotel…

    Luckily Hulun on her salary can afford lots of toys.

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  59. Paul Williams (878 comments) says:

    David Garrett, what was he thinking, says something about lying and stuff… this from a bloke who… what didn’t you do David?

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  60. liarbors a joke (1,069 comments) says:

    The bitch…rot in hell demon woman

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  61. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Paul firstly you’re a c**t for raising ancient history which I opine, very few people here give a damn about and ever did give a damn about even when it happened. Speaking for myself it was something any of us of DG’s generation might have done, in the context of the time it was done, when there was a movie that used it, we were all young and foolish and computers, what were they and what was the harm. It wasn’t suitable for an MP which is why he did the honourable thing and withdrew from the stage without a fight but it wasn’t the crime of the century, either, no matter how people try to paint it.

    Secondly, WTF does that have to do with an insider’s perspective, which is gold?

    As someone who’s seen Hulun in action, up close and personal, and as someone, a rare someone, who is prepared to and does speak as much as he legitimately can, what better source could you ask for?

    It’s up to your own perspicacity to sift wheat from chaff Paul.

    For example, you can read more into what DG didn’t say than what he did say.

    Or is doing that not part of the curriculum in the “how to become an advanced thinker” course? If so, you poor thing. I’m so sorry.

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  62. Pete George (23,591 comments) says:

    @reid

    Speaking for myself it was something any of us of DG’s generation might have done, in the context of the time it was done, when there was a movie that used it, we were all young and foolish and computers, what were they and what was the harm.

    You can certainly speak for yourself but not for “any of us of DG’s generation”. My bet is most people would not have considered doing it – and there certainly haven’t been many that have been found to have done it. It’s hardly in the same category of going to the pub underage or speeding as you seem to be suggesting.

    But you’re right, it’s history. As are the misdeeds of Helen Clark, they’ve been done to death as well.

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  63. Reg (539 comments) says:

    Agree with DG
    Her legacy includes.
    1. Destroying our security alliance with the US.
    2. Emasculating our military.
    3. Politising the Police Force.
    4. Blatantly attacking the freedom of expression via EFA
    5. A prolonged attack on the country’s judeo-christian heritage.
    6. Squanding the years of plenty and leaving the country penniless.
    The UN deserve her!

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  64. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    As are the misdeeds of Helen Clark, they’ve been done to death as well.

    Pete the misdeeds of Hulun continue to wreck havoc. That was part of her unique evil. I mean Muldoon locked us into something called Think Big but Hulun? She locked us into a path of depravity and evil that hasn’t even started to wreck its full evil. It hasn’t even started.

    The Supreme Court, interest free student loans, WFF just those three alone will cost us hundreds of billions to correct and the SC we will never correct.

    Hulun’s actions have nothing to do with an ex-MP from a minor party. Hulun for example managed to destroy our relationship with the US 15 years before she even became PM. That’s who Hulun is and how poisonous are her evident, on the ground, actual, there we are, “accomplishments.”

    You compare that with DG?

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  65. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Reid, You have a good grasp of the damage done by Clark. It is far from over. She installed hard line feminists and socialists in key roles through out the government service. It has poisoned the culture of these organisations to this day. Women (of a certain age) are mostly the carriers of this disease and the source of most of the problems. Women are naturally malicious communists, unless kept under control. Of course men have their tendencies too, that women help control. What Clark did was destroy the natural balance.

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  66. Floyd60 (92 comments) says:

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  67. David Garrett (7,311 comments) says:

    Kea: Oh, how I would like to opine on certain “women of a certain age”…if I didn’t value my practising certificate so highly!

    Oh Petey…you’ve gone all dog on me because I keep asking what you do for paid employment… (a bit of law and a bit of journalism at this end, in case you have forgotten)

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  68. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    3. Politising the Police Force.

    We all thought it couldn’t be done and then we had Robbie Robinson foisted on us and then Howard Broad. Both labour lap dogs and toadies to Clark, – Robinson was unbelievable he was a walking election hoarding for labour. The damage done by those two Commissioners will take a generation to remedy.

    Not to mention Lyn Provost being put in as a Assistant Commissioner – Clark put a fucking accountant in charge of strategy for the police!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  69. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Women are naturally malicious communists, unless kept under control.

    Kea, the first thing I did when I was born was say: “Mum, are you a malicious commie?”

    Seriously, what Clarke did was install feminists without ethics into key roles.

    As an example of the corrupt people she used to surround herself with, recall Maryan Thompson of false Ph.D fame who used to work in the PM’s office before she was assigned to Immigration whereupon she proceeded to instigate a culture of intimidation and standover tactics to anyone who dared to disobey her entry requirements for her rellies in the Islands.

    You can tell the nature of a person by those they surround themselves with.

    Can’t you.

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  70. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    David Garrett (3,548) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 10:21 pm
    Kea: Oh, how I would like to opine on certain “women of a certain age”…if I didn’t value my practising certificate so highly!

    There is a very good reason I do not use my real name on KB and it has nothing to do with me not standing behind my words ! You have chosen to take the brave step of telling the whole world who you are, but don’t be a martyr ;)

    I think we can trust that both male and female readers, with some experience in the government service, have a fair idea what we are on about.

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  71. Floyd60 (92 comments) says:

    A budget of $8.5b in the context of a global GDP during that same time period of US$570 trillion clearly shows just how challenging the task is. Even Steven Joyce could not ‘fix’ that one. Not that he would care.

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  72. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    DG and Kea, I can’t wait for you guys to retire.

    But then, it’s all too late isn’t it.

    And that’s why they get away with it, isn’t it.

    And no-one’s the wiser, are they.

    And then it repeats, doesn’t it.

    Sad.

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  73. Floyd60 (92 comments) says:

    Gosh Reid really seems to need help. Can’t his mother do something? Or perhaps one of his fathers?

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  74. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Clark put a fucking accountant in charge of strategy for the police!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Being unqualified and incompetent is no barrier to advancement once you join the “sisterhood” of bitter social engineering feminists.

    Having said all of this… I currently report to a woman and I hold her in very high regard, both professionally and as a person. I wish more were like her.

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  75. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    Kea

    But has she got good tits? If you are not going to get your priorities in order how can we have any regard for you at all

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  76. David Garrett (7,311 comments) says:

    Kea: I am very old fashioned about certain things…I believe the net is where newspapers were 50 years ago when, especially in the provinces, letters to the editor signed “Ratepayer” and “Mother of Inglewood” were accepted…they are no longer. However, I am in a mellow mood tonight, and it has nothing to do with any fermented substance! F…its boring being a teetotaller..

    Reid: Retirement? No such thing old boy, if you have children late in life

    But back to Clark…at one time there was an elaborate theory that said she had engineered Shearer’s elevation so that after he had made a right pigs ear of the next election, she could ride triumphantly home and “rescue” us all…I guess her signing up for another 4 years puts paid to that one…How old will the hag be at the next election she will be available to contest, does anyone know? late 60’s?

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  77. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Reid (13,438) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 10:38 pm
    DG and Kea, I can’t wait for you guys to retire.

    I was thinking about running for political office, but surveys indicate many of my views do not appeal to women. I guess they are just bitter about my core policy of ending the “women’s vote” experiment.

    It is all a bit petty of them really. I mean seriously, how many women do you know who give a dam about politics anyway ? ;)

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  78. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    We all thought it couldn’t be done and then we had Robbie Robinson foisted on us and then Howard Broad. Both labour lap dogs and toadies to Clark

    Paul I’ve always thought it was interesting that one of Clarks very first acts was to install Robinson via a clear excuse to fire his predecessor.

    It’s what you expect of a banana republic – to install a friendly police commissioner who will do what thou wilt.

    But you don’t expect it here but it was very deliberate and very specific, what she did.

    I wonder what Robinson knows that he’ll never be telling? Why did Hulun need to do that? Immediately?

    Questions, questions.

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  79. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    She’ll be 67

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  80. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    DG, the trouble is, if I used my real name, I would have to be very careful what I said about some things. I would basically have to avoid some topics all together. Also I would have to be all sane and sensible, which can get boring :)

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  81. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    It is all a bit petty of them really. I mean seriously, how many women do you know who give a dam about politics anyway ?

    Well exactly Kea.

    Did the survey include any questions on pretty dresses, makeup and celebrities? If not that’s probably why you got the low response you did when you got to the politics.

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  82. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    Robinson fucked up by telling Clark that the Rickards matter was dealt with and there would be no repersussions. Clint was to be brought through and be installed as the first Maori Commssioner. Then it went pear shaped and Robinson was sacked forthwith.

    When Robinson was the boss at Rotorua and we had to tolerate him visiting the stations all he ever did was talk about how some cop supposedly had sent Anne Hercus a box containg dog shit when she was Minister (whether this was true I don;t know) but he always brought it up and he always said that becuase of behaviour like this the police would struggle to be resourced because of the atitude of a few towards labour ministers. he was a wanker to boot

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  83. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Pauleastbay (3,510) Says:
    April 13th, 2013 at 10:52 pm
    She’ll be 67

    I bet the bitch has many years left in her yet. Her cold dead heart stopped beating years ago and has been preserved in vinegar along with her tits.

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  84. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    ( cont) Robinson was appointed because he was totally tame he never had an original thought in his life

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  85. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Pauleastbay, Rickards was acquitted, even after the most rabid witch hunt in history. People tend to forget that the retrospective withdrawal of consent from a Police groupie was not evidence of a crime. Certainly the Justice system seemed to agree.

    (Yeah I know he was a dodgy bugger, but he was not convicted of any sex crimes.)

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  86. hmmokrightitis (1,590 comments) says:

    And please, dont ever forget, the shebeasts efforts to bring her handbag home from the US after he, um, you know, strayed.

    Apparently the flight home with the DP boys was, shall we say, quiet…

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  87. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    I wonder if anyone ever sent Robinson a box of dogshit Paul?

    Let’s hope so.

    there was an elaborate theory that said she had engineered Shearer’s elevation so that after he had made a right pigs ear of the next election, she could ride triumphantly home and “rescue” us all

    Well he’s completing his part of the deal isn’t he. [Snigger]

    IMO, Clark’s not that type. Sadly or happily, she really does move on. She never looks back. NZ became passe to her the instant she lost the 3rd election. History. She’s wiped the NZ dust from her sandels and she’s “moved on.” I’m not even sure she’s an NZ’er. She’s like the people that come in from the outside, take over the country, destroy it, then have no conception of what they’ve done since they never were a part of it in the first place. She has that feel about her, to me.

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  88. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Did the survey include any questions on pretty dresses, makeup and celebrities? If not that’s probably why you got the low response you did when you got to the politics.

    Thanks to all this “equality” bullshit, lots of ladies now have to work their arses off and dress like soldiers. Under my regime I will remove that pesky voting nonsense and allow them to go shopping for pretty dresses and shoes, while hubby works in a well paid job, free of feminist harpies.

    I will create a new ministry to deal with gender discrimination, staffed by a specialist team of Muslim Clerics, who have the experience and expertise to consider such weighty matters.

    Lesbians will be forced to marry their feminist partners, which should be sufficient punishment for anyone to endure.

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  89. Pauleastbay (5,035 comments) says:

    I know he wasnt convicted, I know him well, he wasn’t dodgy, very very talented but the matter was not dealt with by Dewar years earlier as we saw when John boy went to prison ( proving to me there is some sort of deity) but Robinson was asked by Clark is it dead prior to him being promoted to Assist Commissioner ( Assistants Comms and up are appointed by the Government not internally from within the police) Robinson assured her that the matter was over, and then it hit the papers, result Robinson gone very quickly becasue he made Clarks appointment of Rickards look bad.

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  90. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    result Robinson gone very quickly becasue he made Clarks appointment of Rickards look bad.

    He was presumably grateful he didn’t end up in the harbour wearing concrete underpants.

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  91. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Pauleastbay, you can just imagine how a lemon sucking harpy like Clark views macho cops like Rickards. If she had it her way the police and army would be staffed by lesbians and metrosexuals.

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  92. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Kea she wears that agenda like a suit. She can take it off anytime she wants. Never assume Hulun is what Hulun says.

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  93. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Reid, yes your probably right. She wants power more than anything. Socialism give the most direct power to those in the ruling elite, so it is a natural fit. I bet North Korea gets her juices flowing.

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  94. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Socialism give the most direct power to those in the ruling elite, so it is a natural fit.

    My first post on this Kea said she has connections to Blair and Putin. That’s what got her the job in the first place four years ago. This time? Who knows. The Putin connection incidentally goes back a long time, way before her PM tenure. I’m certain these days she will have built others in that league. That’s who she is.

    People think she’s wonderful, but they don’t see reality, they see what they want to see. And they ignore the rest.

    You can’t do that with a personality like hers. And when you look at her as a whole, the flaws stick out like dogs balls.

    But she’ll become UN S-G because that’s where her destiny is.

    And she’ll be taking over at a critical moment in the global agenda, when the UN starts baring its fangs to the world.

    Her job is to set the stage for that, and her work in implementing the social engineering and other agendas that pass most people by in that they even now don’t even know they are happening, is why she was hand-picked for the role to come.

    Hulun’s speciality is long term disingenous plausibly deniable deception plans and the fact she emplaced them here without a murmur is why she was originally appointed. Apparently, she’s passed the first muster. Too bad for the world, because whatever the details, the only thing she is capable of is destruction and desecration. And the history books will not speak kindly of us, for launching such a one onto the world stage.

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  95. frankdb (150 comments) says:

    Helen was a better PM than the lying scumbag we have now.

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  96. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Helen was a lying cheating scumbag.

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  97. Reg (539 comments) says:

    A late night on the town isn’t the best prelude to informed comment Frankie boy.

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  98. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Gidday Matt

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  99. Reg (539 comments) says:

    While we are discussing Clark. Is it possible to find out how many of the 85 persons illegally spied on by the GCSB were snooped on during Clark’s watch, and who they are? It could make interesting reading.

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  100. David Garrett (7,311 comments) says:

    Has anyone noticed how many of Clark’s supporters refer to her by her first name? Helen did this, and Helen was that…I wonder if it is a measure of how much support she has among the batty boys? I have yet to see a commenter refer to John Key as “John”, even those who have obviously met him…just an interesting observation by an observer of language usage…

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  101. Pete George (23,591 comments) says:

    It could have something to do with Helen being an uncommon name amongst MPs so it could only mean one person. John is a far more common name – there are currently three in Parliament.

    Key is uncommon, Clark is more common, there is another one currently in Parliament.

    “John Key” flows easily, J followed by K is familiar to everyone. “Helen Clark” has contrasting syllables, almost clashing. Helen is a soft flowing word, Clark is sharp and abrupt.

    But possibly some people think they know Clark well enough by now to refer to her by her first name.

    It could also have something to do with the fact that Clark is no longer the Prime Minister.

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  102. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Back that horse up David,er, at least I didn’t say sheep. I was taking the piss.

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  103. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Reid, Clark is a very intelligent and driven tyrant, who is able to systematically scheme to bring her goals into effect. She should not be under estimated. If it were not for her dark motives she would be a powerful force for good.

    I recall reading overseas news reports when she was first appointed to the UN. European journalists could not believe how controlling she was. She would only speak to selected people, demanded questions in advance and would pick which ones were asked, and generally micro managed everything. She honed these skills on us and our dim wit socialist journalists. Controlling the media and information is the core plank of socialists. Honest journalism would prevent all these tyrants from every maintaining power.

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  104. ChardonnayGuy (1,207 comments) says:

    It’s fascinating reading these misogynist tirades about Clark and then turning to the somewhat hagiographic rhetoric about Mrs Thatcher. Such contrast. So, female leaders are okay if they endorse one’s own worldview (somewhat- I know some Catholics who disliked her apparent liberalism on women’s reproductive choice) but if they are ideological opponents…
    that said, I did disagree with her on the seabed and foreshore legislation, the flawed Urerewa ‘terrorist’ raids and other issues. However, I also disagreed with the Greens on their call for a GE moratorium back in 2002.

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  105. pollywog (1,153 comments) says:

    My goodness there’s some haters up in this bitch.

    Seems the left don’t have a monopoly on the politics of envy.

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  106. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    ChardonnayGuy , You start off saying the tirades are driven my misogyny, then moan about the same people saying favourable things about Thatcher.

    You seem to be the only one who considers a persons gender ahead of their politics. You have common ground with Clark on that, as she promoted people on the basis of gender and sexuality, not ability.

    I think Clark is a bad and dangerous person. It has nothing to do with her gender or sexuality.

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  107. Dirty Rat (383 comments) says:

    Wow….

    This thread has put the Thatcher Death celebrators into a class of irrelevent.

    Not only is she not in the NZ Govt anymore, she isnt in NZ Politics anymore, fuck, she isnt even in the country anymore.

    I blame Don McKinnon

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  108. Bogusnews (474 comments) says:

    I remember meeting Richard Prebble and having a brief discussion on Helen. His first comment was that she is truely a man hater.

    I also remember having a very interesting conversation with an SAS soldier over a beer one night. He had some interesting things to say about a certain flight and found the media response amusing.

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  109. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    He had some interesting things to say about a certain flight and found the media response amusing.

    Which flight was that?

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  110. Bogusnews (474 comments) says:

    It involved her husband being rescued from an LA airport. I believe this incident was one of the reasons Helen supported Winston during the donation scandal. Winnie looked after the government department at the time that was also involved and he had some inside information.

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  111. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    Right. I’m with you there BN. Stinks doesn’t it the way the media covered that up and still covers it up, since it offers critical insight into Hulun which would blow her image sky high amongst the voters. And if it’s the truth, why not publish?

    I had two flight possibilities in mind when I asked, that and the domestic one she took when the plane door “accidently” blew open.

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  112. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    This thread demonstrates why the term right wing wanker has become commonplace.

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  113. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    What was the internal flight door failure story Reid?

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  114. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    SPC (2,790) Says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 8:27 pm
    This thread demonstrates why the term right wing wanker has become commonplace.

    When you lefties can wash the blood of 150 million [still climbing] people off your hands, then you can take the moral high ground. From Hitler to Mao, and today North Korea, that is your legacy and is part and parcel of what you stand for. Fuck you.

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  115. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    Pretence of some excuse to rage at left wingers to legitimise hate speech. Pathetic.

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  116. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    SPC, no one expects you to admit to the history of the left. If you had that level of credibility you would not be a lefty in the first place.

    I loved the “hate speech” bit. Are you going to claim your “offended” next ? Both are meaningless phrases designed to restrict freedom of speech. You may get away with those games when speaking to the sheeple, but folks on KB are a bit smarter and informed.

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  117. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    Kea, that birds of a feather fly in formation and crap the same does not indicate they are well informed.

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  118. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Kea, that birds of a feather fly in formation and crap the same does not indicate they are well informed.

    Wow that’s deep ;)

    Did you translate that from the works of Chairman Mao ?

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  119. cha (4,036 comments) says:

    I reckon Kea’s an impotent irrelevant low-worth white boi SPC with a real life lived as ineffectual moron.

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  120. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Cha, I am flattered to know that a Clark supporter does not approve of my views. If it were otherwise, I would be worried :)

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  121. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    cha, Kea is too old for the “boi” role. He likes foreign women, maybe there is some form of “tai” he could wear.

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  122. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    SPC, I am not adverse to wearing Thais. Maybe you should try one. She might pull you straight.

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  123. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    How do you know that SPC has Peyronies disease Kea? :)

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  124. RightNow (6,994 comments) says:

    “This thread demonstrates why the term right wing wanker has become commonplace.”

    I’ve never heard the term before. Must be a left wing wanker thing.

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  125. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Too much wanking may cause Peyronies disease.

    Changing hands may reduce the chance of being bent to the right or to the left.

    Sensible fellows like me, with a huge cock, use both hands to reduce the risk of disease! :)

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  126. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    Johnboy, it’s well known that excessive use of the right wing causes the bend, it’s comparatively rare amongst left wingers because we have feminist friends.

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  127. Reid (16,491 comments) says:

    What was the internal flight door failure story Reid?

    Hulun was flying from some provincial town to another in a small plane with only her and the DPS. All of a sudden the door latch failed, papers flew all over the place and a DPS member managed to close it.

    It was at the time the Israeli spies using the passports row was on, and the demand at the time from Hulun was: the Israeli govt needs to come clean about WHY they wanted to use those passports. That was one of the bottom lines at the diplomatic level. She knew why they used them, she would have had that from the SIS. I think I know why they used them too but of course I have no proof and you wouldn’t believe it. And the Israelis couldn’t admit it in public. Not in a million years. And she knew that. But she demanded that they do, anyway.

    And Mossad sent her a warning. And lo, around 3 weeks after that incident, they held a press conference and announced the issue between the NZ and Israeli govts had been resolved and guess what? Not a mention of that “pray explain” demand was made. And of course none of the journos even noticed it was missing.

    I mean of course, it’s all speculation. Yes, I know that. I’m not saying it HAD to have been that way, it could have been a simple accident. But that demand was made and it was quietly dropped and that plane incident happened right in the middle of it and it’s precisely the sort of thing Mossad does, all the time, just not around here very often. That gets noticed. And if you knew what that possible reason was, you’d think yeah, that might prompt that sort of move. And if you want to find it out what it was, do a search on scoop for lev barkan, who was another Mossad agent involved who we didn’t catch.

    So that’s the story expat. I’m not saying it’s true. But who knows.

    P.S. I think spc is trying to divert attention from the LA incident. Like all lefties, disinformation runs in their blood and they all know, that’s A-grade poison, to them. Boy, if THAT ever gets out…

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  128. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Like Helen SPC? :)

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  129. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    Hey Johnboy, conditioner might help your cause !!

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  130. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    All bits of information are connected when closing the case on a conspiracy theory.

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  131. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Johnboy (10,315) Says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 9:27 pm
    How do you know that SPC has Peyronies disease Kea?

    Johnboy, are you calling my commie mate SPC a twisted dick ?

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  132. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Is it more slippery and just as natural as lanolin stigie? :)

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  133. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    SPC (2,795) Says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 9:35 pm
    Johnboy, it’s well known that excessive use of the right wing causes the bend, it’s comparatively rare amongst left wingers because we have feminist friends.

    Getting hand jobs from rabid feminists is rather a dangerous fetish SPC, but I salute you for your bravery :)

    Though I would not have said no to Klarken back in her younger days !

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  134. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Does he spin when he shafts you Kea and is to the left or the right? :)

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  135. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    @ Johnboy

    ” I am lead to believe “

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  136. SPC (5,636 comments) says:

    Kea, Johnboy is simply a bird watcher intent on keeping keas away from his sheep.

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  137. Elaycee (4,393 comments) says:

    Kea:

    Though I would not have said no to Klarken back in her younger days !

    Wash your mouth out. Go to your room . Where is your pride, man? 8O

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  138. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Johnboy, SPC reckons girls are for sissies

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  139. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    I’d give her go now Elaycee as long as the lightbulb was unscrewed! :)

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  140. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    Elaycee (3,400) Says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 9:46 pm
    Kea:
    Though I would not have said no to Klarken back in her younger days !
    Wash your mouth out. Go to your room . Where is your pride, man?

    Check out the link Elaycee. My “pride” would happily be balls deep in that sexy little commie :)

    http://undpwatch.blogspot.co.nz/search?q=clark

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  141. Elaycee (4,393 comments) says:

    Johnboy – if you were seriously considering the she beast, I’d suggest you are the one unscrewed…. just saying…

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  142. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Good hooters, big strong thighs, what more could a country boy wish for Elaycee? :)

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  143. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    Jesus Johnboy, how could you stoop so low …eh…?

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  144. Johnboy (16,651 comments) says:

    Shafting lefties is my sport of choice stigie. :)

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  145. Elaycee (4,393 comments) says:

    @Kea: Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo…. Stop it! 8O Otherwise I’ll have a nightmare tonight.

    @Johnboy: I’m sure you could rustle up a better option – ewe of all people! :P

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  146. cha (4,036 comments) says:

    Obligatory: Kea dickspin.

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  147. Yvette (2,822 comments) says:

    Rambo … y

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  148. Kea (12,841 comments) says:

    cha, I gather the lads in your link are very progressive on the marriage issue :)

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  149. stigie (1,219 comments) says:

    Yea johnboy, stick to the sheep man, stick to the sheep for christ sake

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  150. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Reid – tell me, what was the need for a NZ passport by mossad?

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