Hilarious

March 6th, 2014 at 10:00 am by David Farrar

Whale Oil has this audio of telling his wife Mona how Germans built the Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty several hundred years ago and how they cost billions of dollars. It seems not a single “fact” is correct. It does make you wonder about his claim he has “proof” John Key lied.

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16 Responses to “Hilarious”

  1. dirty harry (422 comments) says:

    Complete tool , liar , fraudster , he should be in the liarbor party…

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  2. igm (1,413 comments) says:

    He has all the ingredients to lead the Labour Party. When is he declaring the deal he obtained by financing Cunliffe?
    Come on National, tell US to come and get this obese criminal shyster.

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  3. labrator (1,745 comments) says:

    Reminds me of.

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  4. Harriet (4,509 comments) says:

    So now the MSM will have to treat him like they treated Mr Craig over chemtrails.

    That’s going to be painful for them. :cool:

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  5. Kimbo (667 comments) says:

    So now the MSM will have to treat him like they treated Mr Craig over chemtrails.

    No, Harriet/Field Marshal.

    When the left, or an anti-establishment figure does it, is IS different!

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  6. martinh (1,155 comments) says:

    Everyone bullshits to their woman. The question is how did someone get this recording if its real that is

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  7. Paulus (2,499 comments) says:

    The real question is will DotCrim pay some of his bills with the money he gets back from Cunliffe ?

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  8. Longknives (4,445 comments) says:

    To be fair labrator you wouldn’t marry that blonde for her mathmatical ability…

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  9. kowtow (7,599 comments) says:

    Fat Germans who know nothing are usually funny.

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  10. SW (215 comments) says:

    Is this real? Is this a private recording? Is this a breach of any law?

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  11. Frank Thomas (1 comment) says:

    Ha ha, priceless, you can see why he changed his name to Kim Sitcom! Mind you, as they say “you can fool some of the people all of the time” so I am sure there will be a selection of his sycophants that will believe him and not realise that he is taking the piss….

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  12. Keeping Stock (10,097 comments) says:

    Dotcom’s head security honcho quit because Dotcom couldn’t afford to pay him top dollar anymore. He has also lost a lot of staff, and owes a lot of money. There is no shortage of suspects as to who might be passing on stuff they overheard at the rented house in Coatesville.

    Whether that is ethical is one thing. But sometimes the desire for utu can be quite primal, and I suspect that Dotcom, with the tap turned off to his fortune is quite vulnerable to that at the moment. Trying to game the political system has turned a lot of people of him, and now the chickens are coming home to roost.

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  13. Viking2 (11,126 comments) says:

    That’s funny?

    fuck you should get a life.
    Its not even a good likeness.

    No doubt produced Hollywood style (and probably paid for by the same).

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  14. Dave Mann (1,168 comments) says:

    What IS funny is that many people (including DPF, it seems) believe that this is really a recording of Kim Dotcomtalking to his wife. And many of these gullible people see nothing wrong with publishing it on a website. Funny…. but also rather sad and frightening…

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  15. questions (168 comments) says:

    Strange thing to link it too at the end there David?

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  16. V (668 comments) says:

    If the Effiel Tower cost 6.5 million francs in 1887-1889, what is the equivalent amount in todays terms – inflation adjusted.

    The result will surprise you!

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