Saturday, July 23, 2011

A Stinking, Malevolent Cauldron Of Infectious Diseasee

That's the only description which can be applied to the comments thread attached to The Standard's gross and fabricated attack on John Key's remarks concerning the Oslo atrocity.

The original post sounds as though it was written by Trevor Mallard. It has his fingerprints all over it. The PM's statement is edited and mis-stated to completely change it's meaning and context.

But the comments which attach themselves to his carefully contrived but sinister aspersion tell you all you need to know about the left. And that is:-

These are the last people on earth you would ever again trust with the reins of government in new Zealand.

They are toxically insane.

8 comments:

Doug said...

These people are the leftover Labour Party sycophants, "self-serving unionists and a gaggle of gays".

Inventory2 said...

Nasty stuff from "Zetetic", whoever he/she is. It would be nice to see the Labour Party distance itself from this kind of shit, but Trevor Mallard has actually ENDORSED it by linking to it on Twitter. He tweeted this :


TrevorMallard Key's mistaken opportunism stupid. Using foreign deaths for political advantage stinks. He was wrong and embarrassing thestandard.org.nz/keys-sickening…
about 9 hours ago


Who is using foreign deaths for political advantage Trevor?

Psycho Milt said...

After all, National-affiliated bloggers were always completely fair and respectful to the previous PM, so Labour blogs should take an example from them. /sarcasm

Inventory2 said...

Nice to see you addressing the underlying issue Milt

leftrightout said...

Who is using foreign deaths for political advantage? The American right, of course.

http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2011/07/general_debate_24_july_2011.html#comment-855553

Anonymous said...

"These are the last people on earth you would ever again trust with the reins of government in new Zealand."

Other than fundamentalist Christian conservatives of course.

Psycho Milt said...

Nice to see you addressing the underlying issue Milt

What underlying issue? Key still can't string together a sentence that makes sense unless someone's written it for him, and the Standard have taken political advantage of that. Why wouldn't they?

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Why shouldn't they Milt? Because they haven't done anything of the sort. They've edited a perfectly sensible statement, to make it into something it never was.

That's what all Lefties do. They did it to Bush, Palin, Abbott and now Key. Anyone who is a threat will receive 'the treatment.'

Doesn't do them any good because ordinary people are not as dumb as they think they are and can see through the Left's baleful bilious bullshit.