Emmerson: Is Key mum enough?

Written By: - Date published: 12:58 pm, May 17th, 2012 - 9 comments
Categories: humour, john banks, john key - Tags: , ,

Brilliant Emmerson cartoon in The Herald (if you’re missing the reference, see this controversial Time front page):

9 comments on “Emmerson: Is Key mum enough?”

  1. aerobubble 1

    So let’s get this, the Greeks had the Acroplis pillaged by men who ‘wanted to save it’, argued ‘just old sculpture nobody will miss’, good for the economy since it employees so many to dismantling it. Now think NZ hydro and tell me why would any ‘true’ Nationalist sell off them to foreigners?
    Key isn’t a National leader worthy of the name.

    • tc 1.1

      Key’s not a national leader, he’s a frontman installed by the Hollowmen to execute their plan.

      He doesn’t lead he follows their plan, you can tell when he’s left to his own devices and goes off script as that’s when the gaffs, mashing of the language and those tranzrail eyes come out as he hasn’t had a chance to rehearse the spin.

      That cartoon is equal parts repulsion/truth.

  2. Chris 2


  3. Tiger Mountain 3

    Jeez, Emmerson would be up for “disappearance” in usual circumstances, but Banksie and his teapot pal must have given the Herald some real grief.

    • ianmac 3.1

      John Key told Radio Live that that nasty Emmerson is so cruel to Johnny Boy and Key was asking the Police Commissioner to plant a tape recorder or something, – anything to make the mean one go away.

      • Vicky32 3.1.1

        John Key told Radio Live that that nasty Emmerson is so cruel to Johnny Boy


  4. Tiger Mountain 4

    Heh, the nipple suck might have got to the PM, but he should be flattered by Emmerson’s body morph, the pudgy pizza chomping ‘prime mincer’ has transformed into a slim and trim player…

    Emmerson’s days may be numbered, hope he is a union member.

  5. Wairua 5

    Perhaps we could entice Guillermo Del Toro to return and make

    Vampiros en Aotearoa !

    .. perhaps inspired by


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