Forget the “Golden Kiwi“, this is “Gold Turkey” material. Check out the article in the New Zealand Herald:
Prime Minister John Key has apologised to older New Zealanders if they were offended by his comments in the infamous teapot tape, which has been leaked online today.
But he has not listened to the tape himself, and maintains that the contents of the conversation between him and Epsom MP John Banks are “pretty bland”.
“But that was a private conversation. I would always phrase things in a better way if it was a public conversation”.
Source: Key says sorry over teapot tape (New Zealand Herald)
Really John, you’d phrase things differently would you, if you were speaking publicly? If your comments were “pretty bland” Mr Key why did you spend a shit load of cash from the “Public Purse” trying to bury the tape before an election? We think that its because your a bully, who treats the New Zealand Police as his own private enforcer, this behaviour it seems is an endemic problem within the national party.
How are you and the National Party spin doctors going to paraphrase our next story John, if you all had to include three things; the name’s Sarn Herdson, Kristy McDonald QC and bent ex-cop Inspector Jon Moss. To be honest, we here at Lauda Finem find you, John, your Government, its Ministers and certain un-elected MP’s deeply offensive and out of place in a genuine democracy:
More National party corruption: The REAA, & the mysterious case of Nathan Guy, Kristy McDonald QC, Crown Law and the Coroner
- Key says sorry over teapot tape (New Zealand Herald)
- Tea tape: Police execute warrant (laudafinem.wordpress.com)
- The controversial “teapot tape” to be released after the NZ elections… (peter-petterson.blogspot.com)
- Cameraman at the centre of teapot tape controversy takes own legal action… (peter-petterson.blogspot.com)
- Taped conversation of New Zealand PM sparks storm over teapot (smh.com.au)
- NZ’s ‘teapot tape’ scandal deepens (news.smh.com.au)
- NZ ‘teapot tape’ not criminal: lawyer (news.smh.com.au)
- NZ teapot tape battle goes to High Court (news.smh.com.au)
- NZ judge reserves decision on teapot tape (news.smh.com.au)