Sunday, March 9, 2014

Just Another Example of David 3rd and His Concept of Trust.


Mr Cunliffe has yet another little dark secret that relates to his concept of what Joe and Josephine Average might understand about truth, trust and honesty.

A HoS reporter asked Mr Cunliffe about a suggestion he had been involved in the sale and purchase of a $4 000 000 beach side property just North of Auckland and received a categorical assurance he was not involved.

Now, an in the know real estate agent has given evidence that the wannabe Prime Minister did inspect the luxury property and it was then  purchased by none other than one of the three donors to his leadership trust fund to be outed of the five stooges.

It appears the temporary leader of the parliamentary wing of NZLP either has a concept of truth trust and honesty that is markedly different to many of us or he considers himself untouchable.
Forget how the evidence of all of his missteps, mistakes, lapses in judgement, misdirected emails and policy documents, either David 3rd is seriously deficient in cognitive function or he is the victim of a further attack by the ABC faction. Whichever it is, it's not healthy for our system of government but it couldn't happen to a nicer person.

While addressing the saga that is Cunliffe, a random question, who will be the more embarrassed if the other two two donors to his leaders trust are exposed?
 I tend to the opinion it may be Cunliffe as the donors may be already known to those closest to them!

There have been the usual suspects in Tricky Cunny's defense on this latest "dance on a pin head" plus some surprises, one suggestion The Messiah's privacy might have been breached.
Well color me pink, wasn't that the sort of dirt Mr Mike Williams, past president of NZLP went to excavate in Melbourne for days in the lead up to election 08.

Nothing wrong with having a gander at a property a mate was looking at but the dissembling denial is what is causing another hole below his waterline.

7 comments:

The Veteran said...

GD ... in the great scheme of things this isn't a big deal.

But I am struggling with the fact Cunliffe appears unable to give a straight answer when questioned.

Had he done so he would have killed what is essentially non story stone dead ... I looked over a property for a mate who subsequently bought it. That what mates do.

But he didn't and now he comes across as evasive.

Seems to me Cunliffe has a huge problem with his own success to the extent he down plays that success and resorts to doctoring his c.v. in order to portray himself as a man of the people.

We live an average lifestyle on a middle-class income (redefined as anyone with a joint family income of $550k+) ... some middle-class ... some less charitable may even deign to call him a 'rich-prick)'

We live in a 'do up' home (a $2.5m Mansion in the best street in Herne Bay.

I worked at the Auckland City Mission. Yep, they do great work among the less well off (problem for C is that there is no record of him doing that).

I repeat. This is essentially a non story but Jueez Wayne, Cunliffe continues to make life hard for himself.

I do however reiterate my 100% support for him to continue as Leader of the Parliamentary Labour Party. Long may he remain the Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition.

Psycho Milt said...

You know, if you're going to start a post with "Mr Cunliffe has yet another little dark secret that relates to his concept of what Joe and Josephine Average might understand about truth, trust and honesty," you really ought to have an actual dark, dishonest secret to reveal. It makes the post look less desperate and just plain stalker-ish.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

What is significant is that the media has turned on him, en masse. They smell Herne Bay blood!

Psycho Milt said...

What is significant is that the media has turned on him, en masse.

That is indeed what is going on here. Cunliffe's actions or statements have little to do with it. Presumably the media's various owners (not that there are many of them) have identified him as a risk.

Edward the Confessor said...

"Now, an in the know real estate agent has given evidence that the wannabe Prime Minister did inspect the luxury property and it was then purchased by none other than one of the three donors to his leadership trust fund to be outed of the five stooges."

Umm, so frickin' what? Talk about desperate. It's funny. You guys have no way to filter bullshit. See the name Cunliffe (or Shearer or Clark) and you salivate and start barking.

gravedodger said...

Bit similar to Confuser's mob and a minister of Justice drinking a glass of freakin milk FFS.

Edward the Confessor said...

Yeah, except she was on a taxpayer funded junket and she called in for a promotional visit to a company her husband is a director of. That's actually inappropriate. Going in your spare time to look at a property for a mate, yeah nah. Keep trying lads.