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Written By: - Date published: 10:49 am, August 18th, 2014 - 14 comments
Categories: blogs, brand key, election 2014, Ethics, john key, national - Tags: , , ,

Cameron slater john key

“He’s not my guy”

14 comments on “#TeamKeySlater ”

  1. pollywog 1

    Key doing his best ventriloquist dummy impression.

    Slater trying not to cream himself with his fanboy appreciation.

    how cute!

    • Ewen 1.1

      Which one is ventriloquist, and which one the dummy?

      The roles seem interchangeable to me.

      Mind you John Key thinks we are all dummies if he thinks we’ll accept his excuses.

  2. Mr Juxtaposition 2


  3. Lanthanide 3

    From Stuff’s beehive live feed:

    Michael Fox:
    The number of people following [twitter handle] @whaledump has rocketed up since apparent confirmation it is a legitimate account, set up by the hackers who raided Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater’s computer and stole his emails. That information was the basis for Nicky Hager’s book Dirty Politics.

    The account’s operators say they will release some of the stolen information later today.

    Since it’s creation this morning, it already has [777] followers at the time of this post and counting, with that number growing steadily by the minute.

  4. tricledrown 4

    key has unintentionally admitted using the SIS for his own political gain Slater off to Israel I smell a
    another rat Key could still be using 5 eyes network to help his close mate Slater by being in Israel the were probably expecting Snowden info to come out!
    But now Slategate has come out Key will be trying to cover his ass as he has shown he is not above using more of the same!
    John Key has to resign immediately for using the SIS and now most likely the GSCB.
    The Guardian UK has revealed that their part of the 5 eyes network has bean manipulating the political scene for the benefit of the Cameron Govt Key has shown he is not above this sort of dirty tricks! Cameron is one of his best mates Just as Slater is

  5. tricledrown 5

    Media Works and Joyces Con nections need to be examined in Detail as their News service is a party political broadcast once again Nationals Dirty Tricks go much wider than just Key Slater Ede!
    Joyce is an integral part using his influence at Media Works to have Henry National shill!
    TVNZ ‘s Hosking doing party political broadcasts after National loaded TVNZ’s board with political hack’s.
    Key is our Berlusconi Bainimarama he has taken over our democracy by stealth for only those who have wealth!

  6. Trickledown,

    I’m not so sure that John Key organized Cameron’s trip to Israel. David Farrar got a private tour around the Knesset with the young Likud group he was visiting Israel with a couple of years ago.

    What makes me curious is why Israel is spending that kind of money on a blogger they call a “journalist” and what is expected in return. They are awfully close to John Key and run the two biggest blogs in NZ. Oh, and they are virulently anti-Hamas and maniacally in favor of Israel, Likud and it’s genocidal policies.

    That is an awful lot of Zionist propaganda very, very close to a Prime Minister who supports Israel unconditionally when required to do so such as when walking out on UN speeches of heads of states who don’t tow the pro Israel line.

  7. Tracey 7

    Collins changed her story

    Ms Collins last week confirmed she had given the man’s name to Slater telling NewstalkZB: “What I was asked for was the name and the title of the guy and that’s publicly available and I’ve simply given him that”.

    However, she yesterday changed her position telling the Herald she did not give Slater Mr Pleasants’ name as Slater already had it.

    She had not indicated to Slater she believed the man was responsible for leaking information to Labour she said.

    “I didn’t even know who Mr Pleasants was. What I knew is that I was asked for what this person’s title’s. So I gave the title and of course the name goes with the title.” “The information I gave to Cameron was no more than what was in the public domain, the fact that he worked at ministerial service was publicly known.

    She gave the information to Slater “because I was asked by Cameron for the title of that particular person who he knew the name of”.

    • Lanthanide 7.1

      Once the emails are released, it’ll be pretty clear what actually happened.

      If they contradict Judith, I’m sure her response will be “it happened a long time ago, I was just going from my memory, that’s why I initially said the wrong thing, but then thought about it more…”.

      Doesn’t matter once the actual proof is available, of course.

  8. vto 8


    clearly not at an event in Christchurch with scum, or on the West Coast with feral sluts who should die.

  9. minarch 9

    wonder if there was a greasy “whale oil” spot on Keys shirt after that ?

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