Thu, 28 Jun 2012 11:59a.m.
John Key was met by angry red-zoned residents wanting answers as he stopped off to open Waimakariri's new National electorate office.
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1/07/2012 12:32:12 a.m.
Brent & Shirley Cairns wrote:
Red Zoning explained...a social discriminatory policy costing those affected billions in lost equity, the defrauding of peoples insurance and property rights.
The largest modern day confiscation of land through the misuse of power and deception by any New Zealand government in our history, all under the guise of Earthquake Recovery.
28/06/2012 1:00:02 p.m.
Kiwi Citizen wrote:
Mr key just plays in front of the camera, can new zealanders not see this. Its a great sell as he just throws a million into a pool and everyones happy, fact is they are not!like the residents of Brooklands, especially the uninsured. These are the people that can not afford to be evicted from thier land.This issue is continually been swept under the carpet by CERA and the Govt. Mr Palmer (WDC) told me there are 40 such properties in which severe damage has occurred and they should be red, theres properties mostly border red/green areas. As a close approx this involves about $5.6 million worth of land .. but in order for peoples equity to be respected govt would need to pay out somewhere in the vinicity of 20 million. So they'll loose 15 million and they just don't want to talk about it. Just like they don't want to talk about "southern reponse" the new chequebook from Mr english which is bailing out the AMI customers becasue AMI were bankrupt the second the earthquke hit. But no worries Mr Key, and Brownlees. We'll keep paying our taxes so you can bail out AMI ... even though we can't afford to even begin to fix our own homes!
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