Saturday, September 11, 2010

It's A Big House

Oh the cultural insensitivity of it. Fancy accusing these wonderful people of fraud! Really!



Fancy complaining about the notion that forty nine people might be living in one house. Judging by the photos there are at least twelve rooms and that's only four people per room.

By Punjabi standards that rates as a luxury apartment on the Gold Coast.

Don't they know it's the sardine vote?

Nearly all the 87 people listed as living at the first two properties, in Pembroke St and Puhinui Rd, have Indian surnames.

Four of the nine people standing for four seats on the Otara-Papatoetoe board are Indian - Daljit Singh and Sukhdev Singh Hundal of the Labour Party and Avtar Hans and Narinder Kumar Singla of the Citizens and Ratepayers group.

Now seriously folks. If they had been Koran wielding Muslim Ayrabs, would the oleaginous Herald have revealed their race? Not on your life.


Where is that Joris fellow?

12 comments:

Heine said...

Labour did this in the UK too. Cheeky sods.

Phil Sage (sagenz) said...

clint - and a conservative councillor in slough went to jail for it

Barnsley Bill said...

And what did both the labour scum and tories have in common?
Immigrants, many who come in on bulllshit family or student visas from the sub-continent.
Clarke and her teams attempts to flood Auckland with immigrants from India and pakistan is the gift that keeps on giving. For every one they catch there will be ten more cheating.

pdm said...

Is it`upping the ante' from KFC?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

No pdm. It's currying favour from a different quarter.

pdm said...

Nice one Adolf - you are running hot.

ZenTiger said...

I didn't realise the Indians had a vote caste.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Zen, they use FFP

First past the poppadom

ZenTiger said...

Enough of these Sikh jokes.

WAKE UP said...

Welcome to a refreshing new politics, sub-continent style :)

but read on...

WAKE UP said...

From today’s NZ Herald:

“Former Labour Party president Mike Williams reminded me that local-born Kiwis are quite capable of stretching the rules too. Williams was dispatched to Taupo after the cliff-hanger 1981 general election when, for the second time, Labour won more votes than National, but the Muldoon government was hanging on with a paper-thin majority. Labour had lost Taupo by a handful of votes, and his job was to get it back in a recount. What he found was that a lot of well-heeled Aucklanders had registered to vote, not from their home in Muldoon’s safe electorate, but in their Lakeside holiday homes in Taupo. Labour failed to persuade the Judge of the naughtiness of this transferred loyalty.

And let’s not forget the once-notorious rest-home votes, where party organisers in marginal seats like Eden raced each other to be first over the doorstep to help the befuddled and bewildered fill out their voting forms.”

WAKE UP said...

So that's all right then :)