We can't have an independent police force, can we? Even if they sometimes stuff up!
They must do Dear Leader's bidding!
She calls for the police to re-open the Kahui case, thus intervening in their operational matters.
Next, potential future Liarbour Leader Shane Jones calls another former future leader Steve Maharey, now vice-chancellor at Massey University, suggesting the sacking of one of its academics because Jones disagreed with the academic's findings of a report into Pasifika immigration.
The government's Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres is already investigating that report.
So now academia must do Liarbours bidding?
This, in Helengrad, Klarkistan, in just a few days.
Ian Wishart was not wrong when he detailed the centralisation of power into Dear Leader and her government in his book Absolute Power.
Even moderates like David Farrar at Kiwiblog are increasingly worried at Liarbour's 'growing authoritarianism.'