A cartoon for Planet Key

Written By: - Date published: 3:14 pm, April 7th, 2016 - 2 comments
Categories: capitalism, cartoons, class war, john key - Tags: , , ,

Which does NZ welcome with open arms? Times cartoonist Morten Morland nails Planet Key:

2 comments on “A cartoon for Planet Key”

  1. aerobubble 1

    Completely misses the point. Quid pro quo. We’re get foreigners a lifeboat and so foreign domices will give our elite nontaxable havens. The joke being Key saying the legistlation allow foreign tax agents to get no infomation unless of course they have it already, catch 22 havens. So we are a tax haven for foriegners and this benefit to the world is reciprocated.

    oh no! but wait the UK realizes the potential first mover benefit, would mean everyone wanting to obey taxes law would move their trusts there. No suck luck, its not like we have a highly principled financial experoenced PM would has the political nouse to see the writing on the wall and build a strong economy for NZ.

    Key if anything is true, finacially illerate, political out of touch and unprincipled as the sun rises every morning. Or just corrupted by his long career of spewing nonsense to bambozal clients

    • NZJester 1.1

      The worst part is all this outsourcing of previously government supplied services to private companies that cost us the same amount or more for a lower quality services.

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