Daily Review 26/11/2018

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17 comments on “Daily Review 26/11/2018”

  1. adam 1

    If Julian Assange gets deported then charged in the USA, then free media as a concept, is virtually over.

    https://consortiumnews.com/2018/11/14/us-intel-will-bring-assange-to-us-in-chains/

  2. James 2

    He deserves to stand trial. If he has to go back in chains for this to happen – so be it.

  3. Muttonbird 3

    Does anyone else get the feeling Simon Bridges has no idea what he is doing?

    • bwaghorn 3.1

      He thinks nzers aren’t bright enough to handle a triple referendum.

      • WeTheBleeple 3.1.1

        I cannot thunk three things at once. Specially if I smoke that MMP weed. Might as well top myself.

      • ianmac 3.1.2

        Yes bwaghorn. The moment he said that I thought you patronising beggar. Only clever pups like Bridges could consider 3 important ideas over 2-3 years.

      • Graeme 3.1.3

        I want to see the nats try to have consistent, coherent and non-conflicting positions over the three propositions. And campaign for government as a united and positive party.

    • ScottGN 3.2

      What do you mean? He’s bravely vowed to repeal a tax that doesn’t even exist. The punters will be flocking back, won’t they?

    • Draco T Bastard 3.3

      Pretty much. John Key knew he was fucking over the country for the benefit of rich people especially rich USians and so put on a good act of being nice. Bridges knows he’s to fuck over the country but just can’t act nice.

    • millsy 3.4

      We all know that Simon Bridges will just impose other levies and user charges on people so he can get around his no new taxes pledge. Look at the prescription copay hike for example. Or he will probably axe previously free services and make people purchase them from the private sector.

  4. Tamati Tautuhi 4

    Bridges is a waanabe John Key, wants to carry on the Natzi Party Mandate of selling what is left of NZ to the Asian Tiger and wealthy USA buyers like Peter Thiel, New Zealanders apart from the Top 1% can go and suck eggs ? Suck on that you lot IMHO.

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