Slane on burning our reputation

Written By: - Date published: 9:42 am, May 6th, 2016 - 10 comments
Categories: accountability, cartoons - Tags: , , ,

From the “picture is worth a thousand words” department, – Slane in The Listener:


10 comments on “Slane on burning our reputation”

  1. NZsage 1

    At first I smirked then I realised it really isn’t funny…just sad, very sad.

  2. weka 2

    Plenty more democracy to be stolen too.

  3. Whateva Next 3

    The reputation that took so many politicians and citizens to build, trashed by one man, our PM. Whataguy. Re-building takes much longer, if at all.
    Still, when you are lying by the pool, sipping cocktails, in Hawaii, why worry? In fact, I expect Key is “fairly relaxed about it”

  4. RedLogix 4

    If anyone thinks this doesn’t matter … imagine for example, being an honest Nigerian banker.

  5. Whateva next? 5

    We won’t realise the full “benefit”of Key’s legacy for a while, as usual people don’t appreciate things until they are gone. International reputation for integrity is worth a lot more than we realise, and international reputation for corruption and a haven for the 1% will impact negatively.
    Cheers John

  6. AmaKiwi 6

    “Wealthy dictator trashes South Pacific paradise.”

    • AmaKiwi 6.1


      Merrill Lynch’s “Smiling Assassin” trashes South Pacific paradise.

  7. Smilin 7

    Up in smoke, Key style- we are broke Key you bastard, that’s your legacy

  8. North 8

    It’s a shocking sadness to me what New Zealand has become.
    Under a showboat. Who’s also an AB. Somehow the showboat’s taking on water though. Shouldn’t be long.

  9. Philj 9

    I remember being told at a public meeting of Transparency NZ in Wellington a few years ago that NZ was the least corrupt country and that we didn’t have any corruption to measure!

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