Occasionally, people suggest to me I should support NZ First. I can’t do that because they’re too mixed in their messages. I really do not know what they want and I don’t know who they are because they always seem to come from so many different directions.
When NZ badly needs a solid Conservative alternative to the Nats, completely white anted by progressives, NZ First seems intent on blithley ignoring this stark and obvious need and blundering around in political confusion. Here’s an example, which is sourced from a post on the Standard.
The Fabian Society invites all those interested to join a discussion with Sir Michael Cullen, Peter Harris, Sarah Helm, Tracey Martin MP, Richard Harman and Lyndy McIntyre at St Andrew’s on the Terrace, Wellington, on Sunday 10th May at 1pm. Ideas on strategy, economy, party relations, communication and organising will all be canvassed.
Tracey Martin is an MP and Deputy leader of NZ First. And here she is turning up as guest speaker at a gathering of creeping communist cancer carriers. Quote “Sarah Helm/Tracey Martin MP – political co-operation for progressive government” Unquote.
So the Deputy leader of NZ First is a Fabian Socialist. No wonder they’re so politically directionless. (and here I was getting all supportive because she’s speaking out against Key’s flag change imbecility)
If there is an alternative to National it sure is not NZ First, unless maybe they get themselves a new Deputy Leader.
(With thanks to Warrior Sarah for the tip)
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