Aussie Invasion – a video with an agenda

Written By: - Date published: 9:37 am, August 31st, 2008 - 4 comments
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We’re used to hearing opposition parties talk about people rushing to Australia. But let’s remember we’re attractive to Australia too – where could that lead? Here’s an alternative view!

In case you are wondering there’s a series of these on different topics from the Gruen Transfer….

4 comments on “Aussie Invasion – a video with an agenda”

  1. This was on Kiwiblog three weeks ago. Gotta keep up 🙂

  2. New Zealand attractive to Australains?

    The figures tell the opposite story.

    We need some stories about the big issue of the day. Not the anti spin from the Labour Party Blog. The Winston Peters/Glenn/Labour Party funding scandal is what people want to discuss.

    The latest out today being Labour Party president Mike William’s begging Glenn for more money:

  3. TBA 3

    I think you may have the situation confused guys, this isn’t an invasion plan by the Aussies but rather a rescue mission, to free the New Zealand population from a socialist dictator…..

  4. lprent 4

    Ah the boring comments talking about trivialities. The important news is the NZLP list.

    Have to say that this video is kind of funny. They are wrong about how easy it’d be though. Maybe if they had an aircraft carrier.

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