Black ops – blogger in the House

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John Key dropped Winston Peters’ visits to DotCom into an answer to a question in the House of Parliament on February 12 2014. Today when pressed by Guyon Espiner whether the information had come to him from Cameron Slater he ducked and dived all over the place, as he did earlier at the time when queried by journalists.

He finally had to admit Slater was the source. The smile’s been wiped from Key’s face now. This episode confirms that Key was pat of the black ops campaign, not just his office.

11 comments on “Black ops – blogger in the House”

  1. ianmac 1

    Yes and Key’s whine at the end of that exchange along the lines of “Does it matter?” tells us that he knows that it does matter as you outline Mike.

    • Kiwiri 1.1

      Yes to Prime Minister John Key – it does matter in terms of your honesty, your integrity and the fitness of your party’s politicians to continue to govern!

  2. David H 2

    And Hooton is spinning like a top as well.

  3. ghostwhowalksnz 3

    Im sure the PM will later issue a clarification: When he says he spoke to a blogger he really means it was his ‘orifice’

  4. Tracey 4

    but but but it doesnt really matter!

    Baby Cheeses!

  5. CnrJoe 5

    so Key is the Orifice –

  6. disturbed 6

    We want someone to investigate why John Key kept a secret from us when he attended a clandestine Black ops secret society in 2011 called Bilderberg Group a NAZI planned in 1943 global elite group who specialises in weakening foreign governments using Black ops.

    We believe the global elite is causing all this degradation of our world “so called order”.

    The capitalistic system is failing and these Bilderberg NAZI regenerated agenda plotters have invited Key to their 2011 annual conference so he is in it Don-key deep.

    We have the full attendance list.) see link above.)

    Why didn’t PM tell NZ he was into Bilderberg?

    List of Bilderberg participants 4

    New Zealand

    • John Key (2011-2012), Prime Minister of New Zealand
    No Bilderberg meeting agenda has ever been made public. “It is the epitome of low-profile dark ops, a shadow government hidden in a doorway.” According to critics and close observers, it’s agenda is to weaken all world leadership but their own. It is also, according to a U.S. law called the Logan Act, [15] illegal:


  7. AmaKiwi 7

    Key claims he faithfully examines claims of misconduct. Is this the same John Key who refused to read the police report on John Banks?

    • blue leopard 7.1

      No, Amakiwi, it can’t be the same guy. If it were, that would make him an opportunistic, duplicitous, liar-perhaps even snakelike- and that can’t be right, he is so popular.

      You must have got that wrong, well at any rate I can’t recall it and Key said it wasn’t so, so at the end of the day you must be wrong (because Key can’t be) cos he seems such an honest and good office, I mean, man.

      Besides, he holds children, so he must be o.k.

  8. philj 8

    JK is getting very creative when he starts talking about ‘granularity’ with Guyon! Anyone for pin head dancing? Good work Guyon. That’s two strikes. Think he’ll show on Morning Report for a third? Election soon … …

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