The key phrase

May 28th, 2014 at 2:00 pm by David Farrar

From the Internet MANA agreement:

To publicly and formally commit in writing that all candidates from both component parties, if elected to Parliament, will not support the formation or ongoing operation of any government that includes the National Party.

So let us be very clear. A vote for Internet MANA is a vote for a Labour-led Government.

Unless terminated as per section 25, this agreement will remain in force until  at least six weeks after the 2014 General Election polling day. 

Not really a marriage, more a Las Vegas style One Night Stand.

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27 Responses to “The key phrase”

  1. georgebolwing (869 comments) says:

    No, not a marriage. It is paid sex.

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  2. Manolo (13,837 comments) says:

    The brown prostitute, the thug Harawira, has sold his decrepit body to the obese German. The best is yet to come!

    Did Mr Edgeler give legal validity to such matrimonial alliance?

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  3. queenstfarmer (782 comments) says:

    But the political genius Martyn Bradbury says the Internet Party will appeal to National supporters. What gives?

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  4. rouppe (971 comments) says:

    So they’re clearly saying that the electoral process is going to be abused for 6 weeks, then once they’re in Parliament they’ll go their separate ways.

    Disgusting

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  5. OneTrack (3,114 comments) says:

    So let us be very clear. A vote for Internet MANA is a vote for a Green-Labour Government.

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  6. alex Masterley (1,517 comments) says:

    Who cleans up the mess afterwards?

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  7. Rich Prick (1,705 comments) says:

    Ah, a marriage of convenience. At least we won’t be haunted by the thought of the consummation.

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  8. Daniel (210 comments) says:

    Wow, the arrangement isn’t even for the next term of parliament – but only 6 weeks? Who on earth would vote for a party(ies) that did that? What would we think if any other party said “Well this is our party list, but we’ll only stick to it for 6 weeks…”

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  9. Elaycee (4,393 comments) says:

    The Mana Party…. going, going, gone!

    Sold to the German fraudster and embezzler for a modern day eight pieces of silver. Principles thrown in FOC.

    Confirmation (if needed) that the current tenant at Coatesville will stop at nothing in his attempts to avoid facing the numerous money laundering and racketeering charges awaiting him in the US Courts.

    The sooner his arse disappears down the airbridge into NZ6, the better.

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  10. alloytoo (546 comments) says:

    KDC is the client, Hone is the pimp and the Te Tai Tokerau electorate are a sad bewildered hooker who is never going to see a red cent for her efforts.

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  11. davidp (3,581 comments) says:

    >Unless terminated as per section 25, this agreement will remain in force until at least six weeks after the 2014 General Election polling day.

    So they campaign together, perhaps gain two MPs, and then they split in to two parties in parliament. Each with their own parliamentary leader. What a farce!

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  12. Northland Wahine (667 comments) says:

    This will result in one ugly divorce.

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  13. Rich Prick (1,705 comments) says:

    Mana is a Trojan Horse to deliver Dotcom’s bidding agent into Parliament. I hope the voters in Te Tai Tokerau are smart enough to realise they could be the security patch by electing Davis.

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  14. wikiriwhis business (4,019 comments) says:

    This is going to be a huge lesson in third party representation the establishment is going to learn from.

    UKIP has taken the lead in the Euro elections.

    Now Sue ‘your kids are mine’ Bradford has resigned from Mana I am definitely voting for KDM/Mana.

    A beautiful revolution. A rennaisance. A new industrial revolution paradigm.

    All we need now is anti G E food labelling and the picture will be perfect.

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  15. wikiriwhis business (4,019 comments) says:

    If it’s not broken don’t fix it.

    NZ needs fixing.

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  16. burt (8,275 comments) says:

    Alex M.

    Who cleans up the mess afterwards?

    The cleaners who are paid below minimum wage !

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  17. Peter (1,713 comments) says:

    It’s the treaty all over again.

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  18. James Stephenson (2,191 comments) says:

    NZ needs fixing

    Unfortunately, Chris Cairns turned Kim down.

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  19. Adolf Fiinkensein (2,903 comments) says:

    David you might find Mr Davis tells Labour to mind it’s business.

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  20. kowtow (8,524 comments) says:

    Time to scrap the anachronistic electoral arrangements that allow these nutcases a crack at parliament.

    Referendum at the general election on the maori seats please.

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  21. G152 (350 comments) says:

    So crimdotcon will have one voice in Parliament.
    Harawira family will have one voice
    Whinebox will be whistling in the wind with his acolytes
    The greens will be equal pegging with liebor
    And the Nats will have to do it all on their own

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  22. KevOB (267 comments) says:

    A provision similar to this has been before the courts in recent years who ruled it to be unenforceable. It was described by the judge, as best I remember as unconscionable and so far against public policy as bordering on treasonable. No one can contarct out of their rights of citizenship. The issues here go to the heart of Parliament and should be pursued there.

    Unfortunately I don’t recall where I read this judgement discussion recently but I think it may have in connection to one of Winston P’s cases.

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  23. Fisiani (1,039 comments) says:

    The Internet Mana Party is a Trojan Horse funded by a convicted fraudster which will try to enter Troy and disgorge their marauding leader. This is Cash for Access. Unable to reach 5% they will seek entry at 2% Imagine the outcry if Colin Craig linked up with ACT for 6 weeks

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  24. Manolo (13,837 comments) says:

    Thanks to the now senile Potato Head Bolger NZ has to endure the aberration called MMP.

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  25. Dave_1924 (116 comments) says:

    So what do Maori think of this? If a backdoor listing, effectively, by KDC’s political front via a list merger with MANA allows a EUROPEAN to get into parliament due to a coat tail on a MAORI seat if they get say 3% of the PArty vote – doesn’t that expose the Maori seats to a level odium and ridicule and build a case for doing away for them?

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  26. CharlieBrown (1,014 comments) says:

    “So let us be very clear. A vote for Internet MANA is a vote for a Labour-led Government.”

    And its also a vote to rid the country of the most left wing prime minister since Robert Muldoon.

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  27. ross411 (842 comments) says:

    queenstfarmer (718 comments) says:
    May 28th, 2014 at 2:13 pm
    But the political genius Martyn Bradbury says the Internet Party will appeal to National supporters. What gives?

    I don’t know much about Bomber, I hear his name here often. The only thing I can think of is, ick.

    When I was younger, I listened to a radio station I didn’t normally listen to. I think I listened to ZM and this was Channel Z or something. This Bomber bloke was on, and it seemed to be a call-in show. What it basically consisted of was stupid young girls calling in and talking about how they lost their virginity (one was 13 or lost it at 13) or something voyeuristic and sex related. They’d tell their experience and Bomber was pretty much “pant pant, and then?”. It was pretty creepy.

    Maybe Bomber has changed since then, but whenever I think of him, I think of that.

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