John Key- Proposed Watermelon Agreement Signifies No End To The Betrayals

Two faces, one politician. (snitched from Crusader Rabbit)

No secret I feel that John Key has been a disaster for NZ. Completely ignorant of what National really stands for ( I reckon he’s never heard of Sid Holland, Friedrich Hayek or William F. Buckley) and taking the party far from its founding principles, Key’s most notable achievement has been the total destruction of the Nationals as a counter to the left.

Brimming over with Progressives/liberals who have only minor ideological differences (mainly in the economics field) with their Labour party counterparts, National is an impotent useless shell of a political party whose only real talent lies in fooling so many NZers into thinking they bring something different to the political table.

John Key today reaches the nadir of his treachery to date by floating a proposal to sign an agreement with the hard left Marxist group calling themselves the Green Party. (Aka the Watermelon Party)

“In the first instance I want to have a discussion with them about what the future of the two parties is,” Mr Key said.

“If there is no future, then its basically a policy-type agreement … If there’s a broader relationship to be had, then I’m interested in having those discussions.”

That the National Party is lead by a stinking ideological traitor is now no longer in even the slightest doubt.

When is he going to seek out an agreement with Labour I wonder?

This dirty little forex dealing Progressive Benedict Arnold has destroyed Sid Holland’s great party, and people should know that when you vote for National today, you vote for socialism, racism, and now Marxism disguised as environmentalism.

In making this move, Key and his isolated group think acolytes show they are clearly totally unaware of the rising anger at National’s betrayal of its founding principles and its appeasement of political groups it should be totally opposed to.

Its a long time to wait until the next election, but something tells me they will get the message then, for surely by now the people must know that a vote for National is a wasted vote and a vote for a party that has completely lost its way.

The arrogant treacherous Marxist scum that are the National Party today have to be removed from power.

Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools, that don’t have brains enough to be honest. – Benjamin Franklin

Key considering deal with Greens

23 thoughts on “John Key- Proposed Watermelon Agreement Signifies No End To The Betrayals

  1. I’m with you completely Red but I do despair when I see – and it’s a popular sentiment among UK Bloggers about their own politicians too – that you reckon they’ll “get it’ at the next election. Trouble is, it will once again boil down to a competition between the same tired old faces who’ve never done a real days work in their lives and know nothing other than how to keep hanging tenaciously onto the the Tax Payer tit. And that’s only half the c*nts, the rest are of course selected in the (formerly!) smoke filled back rooms of .party offices.
    We need a re-call law like the one that got Grey out and Schwarzenegger (though I’m no fan) in, in California; and a spot on the voting paper that allows me to state “none of the above” and which would automatically trigger a referendum on the voting system and be binding on politicians. And we need these ASAP ‘cos the water melons are even now asking for some sort of government inquiry into the recent low voter turn out and which will inevitably end with compulsory voting – as they desire – as per Oz. And you know where that, and all the other on-going changes in our Society is headed: to cold war Russia where everyone was forced to vote and the communist ( read green) party always ended up with 99% of the vote.

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  2. The problem now is the people who vote. Steeped in socialism, wilfully uninformed of both the issues at hand and history and afraid to let go of the government tit.
    People who are afraid to stand on their own two feet as free, sovereign individuals and who welcome the interference of the State in their lives because it gives them the illusion of security.
    People who are no longer fit to regard themselves as “free” but who nonetheless go through the charade of voting every few years because the illusion of democracy is enough–enough to save them having to think about the fact that they’re little more than battery hens in a cage just large enough for the bars to be out of sight.
    And as long as the government uses a portion of the taxes they pay to relieve them of making their own decisions about health care, as long as it uses some of that money as bribe to keep the ferals at bay they’re content to turn on the tv, go to the beach occasionally and pat themselves on the back about the great country they live in.
    The ones who have no skin in the game for whatever reason still get to vote and any political party which guarantees the share of stolen money will keep coming is good enough to vote for.
    That’s politics and society in NZ (and Australia) today.

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  3. You’re right of course KG.
    I seem to remember that when brainwashing was a topic for the MSM more than half a century ago (the original Manchurian Candidate?) the idea was first to undermine then demolish the victims value system with psychological re-programming (like Scientologists use today), and physical disorientation techniques like leaving lights on all the time in a windowless cell, waterboarding and etc and when they were mentally exhausted, Stockholm Syndrome empty vessels willing to do anything to get free – you then introduced them to the wonderful benefits of North Korea or wherever.
    So to further enlarge upon your insightful comment I would suggest that this Country’s education system and MSM & etc combined together under the smirking patronage of Key and his sinister co-horts are up to far more than innocently trying to educate children and keep the voting public of this Country sufficiently informed as to be able to exercise their votes in a meaningful manner.

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  4. “That’s politics and society in NZ (and Australia) today.”

    And most of the Western World. It is a wonder that there is ever a right of centre government here or elsewhere in the democratic world. There are obviously more people below the average wage than above. The problem is to convince them that those on the right often take a cut in wages to be an MP so they are on average much more competent than those on the left.

    If I had a lot of share in a bank I would rather have Sir Ralph Norris in charge on 20 million per annum then some ex Labour MP on 500k. I think deep down many on the left believe the same but would not say so. What needs to be done is to get enough to forget about the politics of envy.

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  5. People who are afraid to stand on their own two feet as free, sovereign individuals and who welcome the interference of the State in their lives because it gives them the illusion of security.

    Not all NZers fit this description. There is still a large degree of dissatisfaction with what is occurring among those NZ citizens who have not been duped by the left’s strategies.

    True, its a minority of the voters, but its a different minority, in that it is made up of strong willed independent people who unlike the cultural Marxists, have the ability to think for themselves.

    The problem is these forces are fragmented and confused as to a way out of the mess. They have to be united around a single message and a single purpose, and when that happens, they will be a formidable political force.

    That is why we must continue to be harshly critical of the National Party, and the similarly confused NZ so called “right wing”.

    They are not right wing. They are losers who because they have been duped so successfully by the left have delivered NZ to the enemy. And it didn’t happen yesterday, it happened decades ago. Our mission is to convert these losers or drive them out. We cannot be any kind of strong political force if we are riven by internal dissent.

    That’s all there is to it. We either try, or we don’t try. My own view is it is far better to try and lose than not try at all.

    Then again, we could even win. The socialists and Marxists have been defeated before, even in the USSR where one would have thought there was no hope.

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  6. Perhaps I should have put it differently, because I was talking in the main about those who voted National this time.
    (I voted National in order to get rid of the Commie Cow but with the benefit of hindsight, that was a mistake.)
    It’s difficult to see how anybody can justify voting this gang back in after their performance during their first term.

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  7. No surprises here. Key is just a populist freak, who’ll sell out to the lowest bidder, for the sake of his own ego.
    The general public has been brainwashed by the media anyway, into thinking ‘green’politics are what the world needs.
    No National MP ever dares to cross Key, and Key has no scruples whatsoever. Knew this from the start. Smile wave and sell out.

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  8. ” It is a wonder that there is ever a right of centre government here or elsewhere in the democratic world…”

    Chuck, can you please name one country, anywhere in the world, which has a right-of-centre government?

    New Zealand? Nope
    Australia? Hell, No
    UK? Nope
    US? Again, Hell No
    South Africa? Nope
    Anywhere in Asia? Nope
    Anywhere in the Americas? Nope

    Canada? Well, yes. So that makes one. The miraculous exception.

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  9. Singapore has been right (or more accurately non-progressive) for decades, and has shown well what can be achieved when idiot leftists and their destructive ideas (welfarism for one example) are marginalised.

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  10. There doesn’t seem to be much choice other than to get involved with the new Conservative party and campaign for them. Perhaps they’ll drop their opposition to asset sales if enough people indicate that their vote would be conditional on that.

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  11. The trouble is, although the Conservative obviously has a mission statement and a set of
    policies that seem sound, if they ever did form a coalition under MMP, know one
    really knows what the outcome will be. Will they change their stripes as others have before
    them and just meld in with the senior partner, and be largely ineffective Its just possible they
    would meekly surrender to the line of least resistance and become irrelevant, swamped by
    the tide of Marxism..

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  12. Yeah, could all be true Alan, but Harper’s Conservatives are going quite well in Canada. Their rejection of the Kyoto agreement was a massive global hit on the left. No other government has done it.

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  13. They could do those things, Alan. But I don’t see a better alternative. (well, I do but pitchforks are right out of fashion, sadly)

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  14. That was a nice smacking you delivered at Slater’s place yesterday, Red … even thought the progressive fuckwits who live there didn’t recognise the lesson for what it was.

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  15. KG, like you I disagree with the Conservative position on not just asset sales but public private partnerships. The only way we will get an effective party to the right of National and Labour is to accept that there is no party that will satisfy you with all policies. If Colin Craig had not been inpatient like Don Brash and joined ACT before the coup he could have found out about ACT first hand and had a major influence on party policy. Many members were liberal but their views were not party policy.

    When I first joined ACT about 10 years ago members views were at least canvased and members had a vote on the list. Sadly they did not listen to the members and parachuted Roy past Muriel Newman.

    If the threshold is reduced to 4% with an MMP review the Conservatives might make it in 2014 but even if they got in I doubt it they would last. The party would be as dependant on its leader as NZF.

    ACT might not survive but if it does it will have confront the problem of the lunatic fringe of the libertarians who think the controversial issues of euthanasia and homosexual adoption are more important than important economize issues, the ETS and one law all.

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  16. Well said, Chuck, but you’re hardly an independent observer, are you?

    You’ve perhaps hit the nail on the head for both ACT and the Conservatives. The Conserative Party must be more than Colin Craig. Problem is, how to do that? One or two more ‘marquee’ candidates would definitely help. Looking down their list, the only names I know other than Craig are Larry Baldock, Simon Kan, Kevin Campbell and Gordon Copeland – 3 of them because I’m a bit of a politics junkie and the fourth because I like a feed of Chinese occasionally.

    ACT must purge itself of the leftertarian lunatics. Problem with that, without the loonies ACT would have about 4 members. They’ve infiltrated the party since they made Judd the Pres and she brought in all those awful wimmin (Coddington, Roy, Calvert). Brash has done exactly the same bringing in that hopeless Perigo. So, if you have a purge, what remains of the Party?

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  17. That was a nice smacking you delivered at Slater’s place yesterday, Red … even thought the progressive fuckwits who live there didn’t recognise the lesson for what it was.

    Thanks Gantt, and you’re right, its pretty hard to break through that smug socialist veneer.

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  18. Agree, Chuck.
    “The only way we will get an effective party to the right of National and Labour is to accept that there is no party that will satisfy you with all policies.”
    Quite so. And so far, the Conservatives look to be about the only option. By 2014 they may well have a good team together.

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  19. By 2014 they may well have a good team together.

    Compared with whom? In this election, they had a better team than Labour, Greens, ACT, Maori, Mana, NZF — basically everybody except National, and they had far more “right” policies than the Nats.

    It’s clear there is at least 10% of the vote in MMP for broadly “Conservative” parties. Currently that is split between ACT, Conservatives, … and NZF.

    The real problem with NZ is of course the other 90% — the 90% who pay no nett taxes, who budge of the backs of the productive 10% — than 90% is allowed to vote

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