Friday, October 12, 2012

What is the real story?

It aint what ever Key might have said to a bunch of spies in their Cafeteria last February.
It is all about a few public servants breaking rules of employment, ignoring their legal obligations and leaking confidential and priveledged information to the press secretary on the labour leaders staff, possibly as pillow talk.
Labour destroyed Madelaine Setchell's employment prospects on the possibility of such an event occcuring.

As the gathering was in a cafeteria I am assuming it was a mix and mingle occasion so;

Recording someone without their permission given or implied.
"Spying" on a newZealand citizen.
Using such information for political purposes.
Adds up to what exactly

 Then the temporary leader of the Labour Party shamelessly uses the information, having claimed on election that he was going to eschew such behaviour.
One saving grace for that condemned man is he has no credibility to lose, the tank is EMPTY

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you have weighted this too far in favour of the civil service looking after their own - that's not their job. Its about being ethical and law abiding in what is touted as a free country with little corruption. When the civil servants, even spooks, are not subject to strict controls we see protection for and freedom of citizens eroded.

Within the service they can be as big a buch of pricks as they may like to be but it seems this potential stuff up extends outside that circle so the cops can play CSI. It may all seem harmless until its you they come for and history is littered with examples of the innocent being shafted by the political system.

That doesn't mean Shearer can claim the moral high ground. His turn in the naughty corner will come if he hangs around long enough.

3:16

Paulus said...

Shearer may have a problem as he did not disclose this in Parliament, so he has no right of priviledge.
Likewise Fran Mold and her partner, who presumably is subject to the Official Secret's Act when he joined GCSB (and after).
Pillow talk may cause a problem. Let's wait for the Police to take action under the law.Somebody will shortly lay a complaint.
Shearer may be believed to be rather stupid, but if he allows his office to be controlled by Grant Robertson and tha staff therein he is even more stupid, but it may be too late by now.
Could be what Grant has been waiting for "Bye Shearer" - who me !

Judge Holden said...

"It is all about a few public servants breaking rules of employment, ignoring their legal obligations and leaking confidential and priveledged information to the press secretary on the labour leaders staff, possibly as pillow talk."

While you're a illiterate and laughably stupid buffoon, this clusterfuck of a sentence is actually hilarious. How many public servants screwed leaked "priveledged" information as pillow talk? And what's your definition of "priveledged"?

Liberty said...

There are a lot of unanswered questions on how the lefties
Obtained the stolen Brash letters.
Now it appears they had a mole.

Wes said...

That's right guy, the GCSB were spying on Brash at the behest of Helen Klark and stole his emails and delivered them to Nicky Hagar. Coz that's what they do. Fuckwit.