Thursday, September 25, 2008

Sisterhood Spy?

According to Whaleoil, this is what a sisterhood spy in the Police department looks like.

Lyn Provost So who's the cabinet miinister who has been up to no good?


Is he up against a braw Presbyterian in his electorate?

15 comments:

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Good grief Adolf.
I have just downloaded the pic myself to make a similar posting.
Indeed, it is amazing how many members of the sisterhood there is across the various government departments.
And so often it seems to be a woman in charge when there is a scandal.
Take immigration for starters.
So in her years of office Dear Leader has placed her sisterhood in charged , on grounds of their loyalty to Dear Leader rather than competency.
This is a shameful politicisation in itself.
But what other words can we use if such members of the sisterhood are engaged in cover-ups as alleged.

Anonymous said...

What's the surprise.

National needs to purge the civil service: anyone whose ever been associated with Labour, Greens, or NZF parties, whose been a union member, or who is obviously incompetent or corrupt

should be fired immediately
should be fined the gross wages for the last 3 years at least
should be banned from any future government employment and benefits

Anonymous said...

Maybe something to do with a certain Labour Christchurch MP having intimate relations with anunderage gay male Labour Youth?

Complaint laid with police but no action taken!

Garner/TV3 were onto it. MP concerned been shitting himself for some time & Helen's freaking out this news will break! She has had knowledge on THIS story for a long time. My guess Winston knows about it too.

Bring it on.

Anonymous said...

fairfacts media This has been going on for years it started in the 1984/87 Labour government when Ann Hercus and Clark and several others laid the foundation by forcing departments to place fellow members of the screeching sisterhood in important positions The excuse was to ensure gender equality and that Nz needed to step up to the plate and show its resolve for the then new UN resolution on equal rights for wimmin.

Some of us knew it was just a cover to get like minded lesbian feminists entrenched in powerful position where they could keep Clark and others informed even when they werent in power. In fact it was this time that eth sisterhood were most important as they could leak info

gd

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

It is very sad really. I have many good friends who are or were police officers and for them it is almost impossible to accept that the upper echelons of the force have been politicized. However I am in no doubt they have. It started with the ouster of Commissioner Doone and since then the circumstantial evidence has been so strong that any reasonable person would consider the commissioner and his deputies to be in the pocket of the PM.

Anonymous said...

This Labour-lead govt has indeed politicised the public service.

Bev Wakem, head of TRN's state-owned predecessor is another friend who landed a plum job .. this time as one of the three Ombudsmen. (Worse than useless from experience, too, which is why this comment remains anonymous).

It's a wonder "ombudsman" hasn't been renamed to something more gender-friendly ..

I guess its origins from socialist Sweden is its saving grace.

RF

Anonymous said...

So hypothetically we might have a CCh MP who has had underage relationships that were bought to the notice of the Police but which a certain Assistant Commissioner ruled not to proceed as it was 'not in the public interest" and a certain Prime Minister was and is aware of this matter.

So hypothetically of course the PM would be themselves guilty of a misfeasance in public office

Gosh I do hope this is just all hypothetical

gd

Oswald Bastable said...

Looks a bit man-ish to me!

Reminds me of Anne Elk- for those who remember...

Anonymous said...

Damn what manly handsome looks,it has, there must be a liarbour site pumping these feMALES clones out with semi short back and sides, one of HELEN DAVIS good friend

Anonymous said...

Interesting comments when you also read whaleoil.
http://whaleoil.co.nz/?q=content/random-questions-2#comments

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Matthew Hooton has some interesting questions for police officers to ask.

Anonymous said...

Gosh I do hope this is just all hypothetical


otherwise people have been very lax, boy!

Barnsley Bill said...

I wonder who the hypothetical asst commissioner might have been?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

I'm surprised nobody has asked what qualities a librarian brings to the position of Assistant Police Commissioner.

Do they assess complaints against members of the National Party according to the Dewey system?

terpsichorean dilettante said...

She's not a librarian, she's an accountant and has been an auditor in the AG's office for most of her time in NZ.