Daily Review 09/05/2018

Written By: - Date published: 5:36 pm, May 9th, 2018 - 9 comments
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9 comments on “Daily Review 09/05/2018”

  1. NZJester 1

    So it seems the current National Party leader is a follower of Cameron Slater also.

    National leader Simon Bridges has admitted liking a tweet by blogger Cameron Slater which mocked the Prime Minister’s partner Clarke Gayford – but he claims it was an accident.

    It this another Tui Billboard moment?
    It was an accident. Yeah right.

    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/simon-bridges-admits-liking-tweet-mocking-clarke-gayford/ar-AAwZe5K?li=BBqdg4K

    • james 1.1

      “It this another Tui Billboard moment?
      It was an accident. Yeah right.”

      Anyone that says that is a fool.

      He needs to own it.

      • Exkiwiforces 1.1.1

        What a bloody twat the Leader from the No Mates Party is.

      • bwaghorn 1.1.2

        He’s a member of national they wouldn’t be caught telling the truth ever

    • Ed 1.2

      Shame on Bridges.
      Disgusting.
      Showing his true repulsive colours.

      This and the resurfacing of National’s Dirty Politics needs a post dedicated to it.

      What are the links between Bridges and the Dirty Politics crew?

  2. Ed 2

    Interesting article by Chris Trotter.

    ‘Far from making America great again, Donald Trump’s reckless tearing-up of the Iran Nuclear Deal may actually signal the beginning of the end of the United States’ global supremacy.’

    https://thedailyblog.co.nz/2018/05/09/what-has-trump-just-done/

  3. Tamati Tautuhi 3

    Time for NZ to unhinge from the USA and start standing on it’s own two feet ?

    The USA’s foreign policy is in a mess ?

  4. North 4

    Re the picture at the top……Is that the billionaire’s brain or his willy and is it before or after the Viagra ?

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