Daily Review 20/09/2016

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, September 20th, 2016 - 17 comments
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17 comments on “Daily Review 20/09/2016”

  1. joe90 1

    Lying liar lies.

  2. Paul 2

    Capitalism is killing society and the Planet.
    Meanwhile, the media in NZ focuses on an agenda designed by the neoliberal elite.

  3. rhinocrates 3

    Owen Jones, “A strategy for Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership to succeed”

    View story at Medium.com

    Lengthy and detailed. A lot is specific to Labour UK, but a lot that applies to so-called centre-left parties worldwide, noting their irrelevance caught between tory parties who are better at being tories, the reactionary nationalists and radical left and green parties.

    It should be required reading for Robertson, Goff, Mublefuck and Nash for lessons on presenting a party fit to govern instead of a backstabbing rabble, but it has too many long words and nothing for them to colour in.

  4. gsays 4

    i know i shouldn’t…
    each night on rnz i listen to the latest from the colin craig trial.
    even before his poem, sorry, list, and before his wife was dragged into it, i was feeling really sorry for this rooster.
    doubly so for the women in his life.

    i had read the civilians take on this a couple of days ago:

    blow me down if he isn’t doing exactly that a day or so later.

    even the popcorn doesn’t taste good.

    • Chooky 4.1

      lol…can’t say I have been following it but I couldnt help hearing some stuff on John Campbell radio programme and turned it off …it sounded both rather tawdry and 1960s Truth hot scandal sheet …

      ….but did I hear Nicky Hager was to appear ( against Jordan Williams and dirty politics?)..if so that will be interesting!

      • gsays 4.1.1

        yes, nicky hagar is later this week. (rubbing hands gleefully and guiltily)

        even typing that it reminds me of a soap opera.

    • Richard Rawshark 4.2

      He has a twin in the states I think, Anthony Weiner, yep you heard me right, look him up if you don’t know him.

      What people do cracks me up. Especially when they are thinking what they do is just normal. Eh Colin ya Weirdo.

  5. joe90 6

    Yup, Donnie and Lumpy know a thing or three about race.

    1. If you want to know how seriously Trump is taking black outreach, he's holding a townhall on Wed on black issues hosted by Sean Hannnity— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 20, 2016

  6. cowboy 7

    Geez we are dumb country.


    Once upon a time that nice Mr Key warned us about being tenants in our own land…John…John… is there anybody home…?

  7. Colonial Viper 8

    Trump rally in Fort Myers FL. this morning NZT.

    8,000+ crowd.

    Can anyone find me a Hillary rally she did this week with more than 500 people present?



  8. Chooky 9


    poor Nicky Hager …while he had prepared a brief for the trial he was rather unwillingly brought in to give evidence in the court case which had become personal and tawdry (Hager had to be subpoenaed)

    …but he did his piece by describing Jordan Williams past form …working together with with WhaleOil blogger Slater and dirty tricks…breaking attack stories for the msm through his blog site

    (…in other words Jordan Williams is shown not to be a nice man with noble motives)


    (imo Colin Craig should start writing for Mills & Boon )

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