Tue, 25 Sep 2012 10:53a.m.
Deputy Prime Minister Bill English knew the Government’s spy agency was eavesdropping on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom.
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28/09/2012 9:51:10 p.m.
Who the hell are these turkeys? What the hell were they thinking? Are they aware of the dishonest depth of what they have done. This is probably the worst thing you could ever do to your own people and to a society that would endure so much in the pursuit of a just cause.
25/09/2012 10:25:24 p.m.
Yeah, right. Is this the real reason that Key went to watch baseball??? So he wouldn't be tarnished with the fall out? Key would have to have been informed when he got back at least, being the Minister of Security and secrets. Huh, Key has no trouble in specifically telling the world where our SIS is in Afghanistan, but knows nothing about a NZ citizen being spied. Does NZ deserve a leader like this? Only if we are a bunch of turkeys...I aint no turkey. Do we REALLY deserve a leader like this? I seriously hope not. God defend our Free Land, cos our leaders won't
25/09/2012 9:17:59 p.m.
Neuron Leak wrote:
Think of how disappointed he will be when he finds out how many more New Zealanders the GCSB has been spying on. What does he think the bureau does all day anyway?
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