Stealing Heritage – Scott free

Written By: - Date published: 1:44 pm, June 27th, 2012 - 9 comments
Categories: cartoons, Environment, john key, Mining - Tags: ,

Another classic from Tom Scott today.

9 comments on “Stealing Heritage – Scott free”

  1. John Key is not going to be happy until all our assets are sold and he and his Banker mates have all the wealth of the world under their thumbs.

    Then it will be “you will do as you are told as the rights to you have been sold”.

  2. bbfloyd 2

    What do you mean “then it will be”? You mean it hasn’t already happened?

  3. vto 3

    Most excellent.

    That is exactly what I came across and mentioned in this thread yesterday

    Nats to mine world heritage areas

    • bbfloyd 3.1

      It would have been useful to get a name or logo from the ‘copter as it flew over… a good starting point in the unravelling process….

      • vto 3.1.1

        It’s in the link x 2 right there bb. Thompson Aviation. Same name and number as Feb 2011.

        Everybody needs to sharpen up.

  4. Macro 4

    They are a sad sad lot and the sooner this pack of thieving bastards is out of office the better for us all.

  5. mac1 5

    “Highest, John, not heist.”

  6. fender 6

    Key will be hoping there’s tons of gold in them there hills, and he may not plan to extract it, but he will use any “jackpot” find to justify gifting public property to his corporate cronies. He will say it’s ok as we have trillions in our land-bank and can afford to be santa-claus.

  7. Eduardo Kawak 7

    Key might be planning a deal with some MNCs to come in and extract whatever there is to be found in return for a convention centre and some roads to nowhere.

    Oh the spin possibilities…

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