Chris Keall reports:
Get off the grass, Kim.
The political party Dotcom founded is campaigning for cheaper and better broadband connectivity, domestically and internationally. Drury has pushed hard on both those issues. So you’d think he’d be someone Dotcom would respect. …
Dotcom is claiming credit for Xero’s share price dropping 20%, as if this is a proud achievement.
Xero has 330,000 small businesses as customers, and has created 900 jobs – mainly in New Zealand. They are our our most successful Internet based company. Rod personally has also been a huge champion for Internet issues.
Yet the founder of the Internet Party denigrates him, for he won’t worship at the Dotcom altar. So again do we think Doctom put $4 million into the Internet Party because he is passionate about Internet issues, or because he wants utu?