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Bill English’s texts leaked

Written By: - Date published: 10:00 am, August 9th, 2017 - 21 comments
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21 comments on “Bill English’s texts leaked ”

  1. Ant 1

    Oh for heaven’s sake.

  2. Anne 2

    Had me fooled for 10 seconds – long enough to thinks “he’s nuts”.

  3. Ad 3

    Winston Peters is going to drip feed these right through to polling day – he may as well have tied Bill English to an ant hill.

  4. The decrypter 4

    Glenys Judith is ignoring me of late, my best friend, “in secret” is still Winston by far.

  5. More like


    Why u doing?

    You still up?

    Why are you ignoring me know?

    Duck I I ment no

    Fucken predictive text – I thought you helped me turn that off my Phone

    What you doing now?

    Yeah sure ignore the PM see if I care – #over it 🙁

  6. Janice 6

    Go for it! Bill can’t prove they are not the real texts because he has deleted them.

  7. Tamati Tautuhi 7

    The GCSB will have copies, however there was obviously something going on between them, I wouldn’t have sent my wife 450 texts in the last 10 years ?

    • lprent 7.1

      From my observation, the relationship between an MP and their electorate secretary is probably deeper than between you and your wife. And since they are separated by the high barrier of Wellington and the mutual incompatibility and disdain between parliament and electorate – there needs to be more communication that “could you get some milk on the way home”.

      Fortunately it is seldom a romantic relationship. They just share a diary instead 😈

      • mac1 7.1.1

        So, romantic partners share dairies and MPs and secretaries share diaries. That’s a great distinction there- really creams it!

      • greywarshark 7.1.2

        With Bill it probably is a dairy, and he would have his own milk if he actually lived in his own electorate. Just dip into the can like the milkman used to in my young days. Just two pints thanks!

    • James 7.2

      What a loser Tamati…[r0b: no need for that]

  8. ianmac 8

    Today Q7: “Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements on the Todd Barclay matter; if so, how does he credibly do that?”

  9. Cemetery Jones 9

    GCSB will have all the data necessary to set things straight about Gore and Glenys. Just like the NSA will have all the data necessary to set things straight about Russia and Rich.

  10. Ross 10

    At 1am Bill could be in bed snuggling Mary…instead he prefers to text Glenys. Bill needs to learn to prioritise.

  11. doc 11

    The only questions that bill will be worried about over this matter will be from Mary.

  12. Treetop 12

    I have thought about the position Glenys Dickson is in politically and personally due to the Barclay scandal which is ongoing.

    Barclay’s position of being unsuitable to be an MP was resolved by his resignation which was under duress.

    Dickson has shown loyalty to her previous employer English, I expect that she would have had to consider any repercussions and still has to were she to tell the public of NZ the full truth about English’s involvement and the involvement of others within the National Government and the National Party.

    The confidentiality clause in her grievance settlement with Barclay needs to be removed to ensure that there is transparency due to being in the public interest, the part the previous and current PM have played in the matter.

    English is a coward, he is revictimising Dickson and he avoids answering questions over the part he played by saying that he does not have ministerial responsibility.

    It now appears that it is in the hands of the police. The police are responsible for maintaining law and order and the government are responsible for law and order legislation.

    I am interested to know if the commissioner of police can force the GCSB/SIS or anyone else who has texts over the matter to disclose to him all the texts relevant to the police investigation? (English has said that he deleted all the texts off his phone, he would have forwarded on the texts knowing that Dickson could have a copy).

    Misleading parliament, the voters of NZ and not being fully cooperative when questioned by the police, (misusing police resources) to avoid having to resign as PM, I consider the PM unfit to be the leader of the NZ Government.

    It is not the actual events which cause the most damage, it is the covering up which causes the most damage.

    I hope Peters gets to the bottom of English’s deceitfulness.

    • ianmac 12.1

      Next Tuesday 15th at Question Time is Winston’s last chance to expose Bill – or not.

      • Treetop 12.1.1

        This is where I feel that the current PM and the previous PM are the most exposed.

        On 24 June 2017 @8.2.1 I wrote:
        21st February 2016 the texts between Davie and English.
        21 March 2016 Key settles with Ambrose over defamation.
        27 April 2016 English gives a police statement.

        What is the common thread?

        Allegations of recording a private conversation and the contents of the recording being damaging to the National Government.

        Key backed down to Ambrose to avoid proper scrutiny into Barclay taping Dickson. Key knew that he would temporarily lose his majority of 1. Put another way, were Key to pursue Ambrose, Key would have been involved in what he accused Barclay of.


        Key and English condoned what Barclay did because they kept Barclay on.

  13. Treetop 13

    Correction to comment 12.1.1

    Put another way, were Key to pursue Ambrose, Key would have been seen to have double standards.

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