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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Jordan Carter deletes links to the evidence that Clark lied

After alleging Don Brash has lied about the Exclusive Brethren pamphlets (yeah thats real important isn't it), Jordan Carter has deleted the links to my posts showing Helen Clark knowingly lied to the Sunday Star Times, leading directly to the resignation of Peter Doone. The links to the useful posts were formerly in the area outlined in red.

Why Jordan? What's the problem? Surely you don't want a liar as Prime Minister. After all, thats what your own post says:
There is a big problem when a party leader lies about whether he knows something. Don Brash KNEW the Bretheren were behind the leaflets. When he was asked if he knew who was behind the leaflets, he said he did not know.

Don Brash has rendered himself totally unfit to lead this country.

Posted by Antarctic Lemur | 9/08/2005 05:37:00 pm


Blogger Paul said...

Huh, now that is interesting. But then one of Labour's followers might accidentally click on the link and start to question Labour. How precious will they get?

9/08/2005 05:51:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be careful. This might be another sly trap of Jordan to bait everybody into running into a mock fist, which he'll then retract as part of his grand social experiment. What a sook. Too afraid of a contradictory opinion to let it stand.

9/08/2005 05:55:00 pm  
Blogger Chefen said...

How utterly pathetic. Why allow commenting at all?

9/08/2005 06:01:00 pm  
Blogger Gooner said...

In Parliament on 22 June, Rodney Hide asked this question:

Rodney Hide: Is there any fact, or any argument, that would convince the Prime Minister that Kyoto was bad for New Zealand and should be dumped, or is it enough that it just makes her look good on the world stage?

Clark's answer:

Rt Hon HELEN CLARK: New Zealand prefers to be on the side of seven of the eight G8 countries on this subject. We note that just as the National Party gets its nuclear policy written in Washington, so it gets its Kyoto policy written in Washington.

This was BEFORE the American backer story appeared in the media.

Don Brash replied:

I raise a point of order, Madam Speaker. Is it acceptable for the Prime Minister to assert totally incorrectly that our policy on any subject is written in Washington? That is totally without foundation.

A few days after Mallard vented his spleen in public (four weeks after the Parliament outburst) this was reported in the media:

"The Prime Minister's office and other senior Government figures are not believed to have known of Mr Mallard's attack before it occurred yesterday. Labour leader Helen Clark declined to comment...".

And as the story unfolded:

"Prime Minister Helen Clark is understood to be furious over Mr Mallard's SURPRISE attack on National's campaign finances".

Helen Clark, in Parliament, a few weeks prior to Mallard's outburst, blurted out the exact thing Mallard later said. And then she claims to know nothing about what he said.

Remember, Helen Clark defamed John Yelash. She put her name to a painting she didn't do. She got Mallard (again) to state Peter Doone was drunk when the evidence is to the contrary.

9/08/2005 06:29:00 pm  
Blogger ZenTiger said...

That comment should be a post unto itself Gooner.

9/08/2005 07:07:00 pm  

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