Hagar's latest book

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Re: Hagar's latest book

Postby Malcolm » Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:24 am

aardvark_admin wrote:I think I'll vote Internet/Mana - not because I think they're a viable political force -- in fact quite the opposite.

The only way I can see to get the average Kiwi off their arse and actually doing something positive towards the formation of a positive, effective, honest government is to subject them to looney Hone and Krazy Kim. If the IM party took power I think *all* Kiwis would suddenly find themselves taking a very strong interest in how the country is run and learning (the hard way) about the perils of "she'll be right".


I have been looking more closely at the Internet party lately and if they can keep Mr Dotcom at arms length I think they could be very good. Laila Harre has been really good in the interviews I saw her in and the others at the top of the list seem like they would be very good contributors if they can get in to a position to do something for NZ. They will be watered down by combining with the Mana list somewhat but (I haven't seen the combined party list yet). Although having said that I would rather have Annette Sykes and Hone Harawira in parliament instead of Jamie Whyte or Colin Craig.
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Re: Hagar's latest book

Postby enerider » Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:59 am

amazing, I go digging and find a little gold!

http://politicalcompass.org/nz2011

I think this represents a frank outlook of where we were at last time. :)
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Re: Hagar's latest book

Postby Screw » Wed Aug 20, 2014 5:43 pm

You could go here and have a punt on who will win the election.

http://ipredict.co.nz
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Re: Hagar's latest book

Postby Malcolm » Thu Aug 21, 2014 10:16 am

Screw wrote:You could go here and have a punt on who will win the election.

http://ipredict.co.nz

Ah yes the same Ipredict which the book says was gamed by Slater and Hooten.

Unless you actually have some inside information you are better off playing the scratchies (The same as the share marktet and horse racing)
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