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Dirty pictures

Written By: - Date published: 9:14 am, August 26th, 2014 - 28 comments
Categories: brand key, humour, john key, Media - Tags: ,













Post links to ones we’ve missed. There was a good “movie poster” – Key & Collins, At the End of the Day, if anyone has a link….

28 comments on “Dirty pictures ”

  1. Pete 1

    I went searching and it looks like Neetflux, Doug Gaylard’s political movie posters site, has been deleted. Which is a very unfortunate decision. Maybe it was a trademark claim by Netflix, but his twitter handle, @nintendoug has been deleted too. Very strange.

    Edit: I had a look at the Google cache of his twitter feed and it seems trolls have intimidated him. http://i.imgur.com/W5rII3P.jpg

  2. Tigger 2

    This is Key’s legacy – turning our politics toxic. I’m sure Key probably doesn’t care, he only cares about impressing powerful men, but I like to think that having your actions judged Nixonian has gotta hurt just a little.

    • bad politics 2.1

      According to Hooton it’s all KDCs fault, before the big German came to NZ everything was hunky dory & everyone was nice to each other, now we have effigies & angry hip hop songs.

      Key will go down as one of our worse PMs ever, certainly up there with Muldoon as far as fictionalizing the country.

      • Tracey 2.1.1

        hoots has erasedhollow men from his memory, hence he can blame it all on kdc with a straight face

  3. Rosemary McQueen 3

    • r0b 3.1

      Thanks for that! There was another one too, also At the End of the Day, featuring, Key & Collins. Deep blue, water, if that rings any bells?

    • Rosie 3.2

      Apologies for reposting, but at the end of the day it’s hard not to.

      Espiners legendary interview last Monday sampled into a dance track:

  4. Rodel 4

    Emmerson has to be the best cartoonist in NZ.

    • Armchair Critic 5.1

      That one Joe W has on Porcupine Farm deserves to be included in the original post. It’s excellent.

  5. Sable 6

    Very good. Still I see today the MSM trolls are talking about this all ‘fading away” and being forgotten. I’m sure they will make sure it is….

    • RedLogix 6.1

      Make a note of who these MSM trolls are – and then start paying attention to what they do next.

  6. swordfish 7

    Here’s another…….http://img.scoop.co.nz/stories/images/1408/4d1e2e86acd44c5ef7e6.jpeg

    I’d love to see someone do a Key/Slater version of a New Statesman cover I saw about a decade ago. As the full horror of the US/Brit invasion of Iraq became all too clear, the New Statesman perfectly photoshopped Blair and Bush’s faces onto an old Laurel and Hardy image, suggesting stupidity, incompetence and “another fine mess you’ve got me into”. Can’t find the cover, but here’s the original…….http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b194/Chekayja/poke_a.jpg

    (Then again, you could argue that both Bush/Blair and Key/Whaleoil are characterised first and foremost by a vicious immorality rather than mere incompetence….)

  7. Chooky 9

    lol…loved them!

    …especially the billboard with a softball bat through John Key’s nose….Pinocchio! ( the mud one was good too)

    …and the bill boards with Cameron Slater….”A vote for Key is a vote for Me”

    Cameron Slater is so bad he is good…except he really, really IS BAD!….

  8. David H 10

    This is a goody too.

  9. dave 11

    key wants to be sir key deny the bastrad his peerage here another anti key song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9Fqp_BTusw

  10. jaymam 12

    Whaleoil, Cameron Slater, working for John Key

  11. deliciously biting satire!! Well done!!!!!!

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