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John Banks and racism

Written By: - Date published: 7:35 am, July 30th, 2013 - 19 comments
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At the moment there are plenty of racists trying to accuse Labour of racism. I might put together a post on the Iwi/Kwi Orewa Nats later on, but in the mean time I give you – John Banks:

ACT leader John Banks is accusing Labour of racism” over the new housing policy.

What a hypocritical little twerp he is. Hey John – that isn’t racism – THIS is racism…

19 comments on “John Banks and racism ”

  1. David H 1

    And number 1 on that list, is to Jail a lying, thieving, racist, like you Banks!

  2. woodpecker 2

    Brash and Banks must think the general population have really, really short memories. But will the MSM call them on it? Doubt it.

    • Tom Gould 2.1

      Of course not. The chooks also remember, and have the file footage to back it, but their gig is to keep Johnny Sparkles in power and looking popular. The memory and the file footage only kicks in to smash Labour.

    • Sable 2.2

      Sadly the general population do have short memories and they are easily distracted/misled.

  3. Sable 3

    Does anyone care what Banks thinks about anything, anymore? Assuming they ever did to start with…. Even Keys only keeps him around to shore up his majority.

    • Arfamo 3.1

      Just curious – why do you call him “Keys” instead of “Key”?

      • Rosetinted 3.1.1

        Keys – it’s because he seems larger than life. And because his face seems to be everywhere – like there are a bunch of clones.

  4. ghostwhowalksnz 4

    Remember too, Banks ‘dago’ comments when he was a talkback host

  5. muzza 5

    Those who Banks aligns himself with, are some of the most racist types to ever walk the earth.

    Those same types, are also the biggest crooks to have ever walked the earth!

  6. jaymam 6

    The worst taggers that have been caught in Remuera and Parnell actually live in those suburbs, and go to the very best private schools.

  7. Tiger Mountain 7

    Dirty filthy Banksie will probably slide out of this one, too many kiwis still do not get it, tory bastards and their bankster masters play for keeps. Surely todays pap friendly public would like to know who stole his Harley tho and about some of his nocturnal recreational activities.

    He is nastier than people think as Dotcom found out whilst residing in the “Boston Road flats” in Mt Eden.

    NZ Babylon? why not. The right deserve it. Richard Prebble for instance had two partners with multiple children but never fathered one himself.

  8. weka 8

    I’d not seen that video of Banks before. I’m ashamed of NZ that we are a place in 2013 that thinks that is acceptable on mainstream TV, and that TV3 would play that as if it were normal.

    • karol 8.1

      As I recall, that Banks anti-Sth Auckland vid was from the Auckland Council elections in 2010- when he ran for mayor & lost. Or maybe it surfaced during that campaign?

  9. BLiP 9

    Was John Banks sitting around in his South Auckland home on the dole, smoking dope, and watching porn when he tried to launder the proceeds of his election fundraising through the electoral commission?

  10. Murray Olsen 10

    If ten percent of what I’ve heard about Banks were true, he’d never set foot in parliament again. People with the supposed information are always talking about making it public, but I’m still waiting. Makes me pretty dubious really. I loathe the guy, but I’m sick of hearing but never seeing videos of him doing all sorts of dodgy stuff. If it’s true, use it. If not, you have the right to remain silent.

  11. lez howard 11

    Epsom Voters are to blame for creating this littlle shits existance in politics

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