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John Key can’t recall

Written By: - Date published: 12:26 pm, August 8th, 2014 - 30 comments
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30 comments on “John Key can’t recall ”

  1. Dan1 1

    Brilliant song and compilation!

  2. Local Kiwi 2

    John Key,
    We like the word used to describe him as a lizard top stuff tells all the truth about this carpetbagger.

    He cant recall bringing this country down as he sells everything we had to offer?

    As he now orders all media to not mention negative effects of his policies?

    We are incensed, this man is a tyrant and a enemy of the state.

    • tricledrown 2.1

      I thought you were talking about Bainimarama for a minute no wonder Key is allowing him into our country birds of a feather

  3. karol 3

    Andrea Vance behind Key, looking unimpressed.

    • Lanthanide 3.1

      She’s just doing her job, not trying to play to the camera. If you look at the media in the background of any shot like this they won’t have any particular expression on their face.

  4. Good video and we need more of them showing the duplicity of john key and his outrageously deficient memory – I bet he can remember his first bonus and what he spent it on.

  5. Tracey 5

    Latest billboard change

    Working for bribes


  6. Kiwiri 6

    Next song to hum, at the ballot box, to be collectively by a significant majority of voters on Sep 20? “FJK”?

    • Tracey 6.1

      funny that a political scientist considers kids chanting fuck john key is hitleresque but no comment on the goebelesque manipulation and lying of key et al orchestrated by goebel in chief, mark textor

  7. Tracey 7

    Perhaps before anyone is able to be in cabinet they have a full medical including neuro, to rule out any memory issues

    • ropata 7.1

      clearly our beloved leader is mentally incapable of running the country and can’t be held responsible for anything

  8. In the future when the question is asked about who was the 38th Prime Minister of this country the answer will be – ummm, dunno, can I have a clue, nah, ummm, another clue please, ummm, nah – “come on Mr Key we must have an answer” – ummm, dunno, can I have a clue, nah, ummm, another clue please, ummm, nah can’t recall.

  9. Tracey 9

    Cant find Keys announcement that we are boycotting russia. After his diplomatic plea to putin to show leadership, he will join europe, uk and usa, right?

  10. Peter 10

    How many hits if you google “John Key Lies”? More than most. 33 for every 1 “Helen Clark lies”

    • alwyn 10.1

      Seems pretty reasonable.
      If you google “John Key” you get 377,000,000
      With “Helen Clark” you get 7,700,000
      That is a ratio of about 50 to 1 so the percentage that emphasize lying seems to be rather higher for her than for him doesn’t it?.
      Who is Helen Clark anyway? She doesn’t seem to be well known does she?

      • mike s 10.1.1

        Learn how to use a search engine Alwyn. “John Key” doesn’t get anywhere near 377 million hits, just as you would expect.it wouldn’t

        • alwyn

          Actually I did it without the quotes and they were the numbers I got.
          With the quotes both JK and HC’s numbers are much less, although Key’s are much larger.
          Out of curiosity I tried “Helen Clark is truthful” and got zero.
          (“John Key is truthful” only got 2, to be complete)

  11. Roy 11

    What a convenient forgetory he has.

  12. Local Kiwi 12

    Nah Key lies to save his own ass wait till Kim.com spills the beans on lying toad Key lizard.

    See today the Russians are giving Edward Snowden full permanent stay and citizenship in five years.

    Because he stuck his neck out and laid his own life on the line to present the truth already that shocked the world he should be made an honorary citizen of the world. But he would not survive out there as the Hilter like goon squad would silence him forever we hope the Russians have copies if so.
    Just wait till he somehow releases the worst that is yet to come about these global zealots that want to raise the new world order and have total control over us as Key is so quick to embrace.
    Ask yourself why they are all after him so desperately?

    They are acting guilty you can assume.

  13. Tracey 13


    This site to 69 john key lies is priceless

  14. Ennui 14

    National working.
    New Zealanders unemployed

  15. fdx 15

    I heard him being referred to as ‘Smuggins’ on Jim Moras show. It really suits him, however I really think he aint far from losing his rag at some time in the near future, it will be just a case of someone pushing the right button.

  16. fisiani 16

    I always have a laugh at the university student humour of these videos. The makers have a giggle and think their masterpiece will overthrow the government. Nobody gives a shit. Please keep making and publishing them. No one is talking about them over the water cooler. The only political topic was the appalling Internet Mana advert with paid stooges chanting obscenities. Glad to hear Chris Hipkins and Clayton Cosgrove denouncing Internet Mana.

    • felix 16.1

      I pity the right-wing fools who spend all day and night commenting on left-wing websites. The writers have a giggle and think their comments will stiffle all dissent. Nobody gives a shit.



  17. Jimc 17

    You know the thing I notice about this blog is that those who write on it amount to about a dozen people which I think is nice as community is important.
    I thought that the video was well done.
    Should do another one about Cunliffe .name of song.
    “What I meant was not what I said yesterday “

  18. Disturbed 18

    “those who write on it amount to about a dozen people which I think is nice as community is important.”

    How smug that statement was you nat’s don’t give up do you.
    Everything you have to pull apart with your absurd comments like this.

    At the same time you say we should be positive so be positive.

    As for me I only joined the blog site a week or so ago and have noticed there are about eight all time right wingers, and often they appear to troll the sites and follow each other like a pack of sharks.

    Get over it and go make a fuss somewhere else if that’s the best you can offer.

  19. logie97 19

    Here’s another foot-tapper highlighting Key

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