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The political war of words over housing affordability heated up today.
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2/03/2013 8:07:00 p.m.
The point of John Key is: the problem of Greens and NZ first is that they are against Asian New Zealanders to buy houses too, not just overseas residents or citizens. And the report tried to guide that all asians in NZ are foreigners. From the ignorant comments, we can see there is a fat ground of such thoughts. It is purely racism. Well done, John Key, you said what other people dare to say in this country.
24/02/2013 4:34:24 p.m.
I now find myself in the position of actually agreeing with the Greens, Oh my!!! Property in Nz, especially the land muast remain in New Zealand hands, no problem selling houses to overseas buyers on a lease type agreement, like in Vanauatu, but selling lock stock, is not on, it is selling our country to the highest bidder and we could find ourself's loosing our home.
4/02/2013 11:42:58 p.m.
Wake up John Key. foreign purchasing is what is causing the crazy house prices. I'm with the Greens on this one. It annoys me that filthy rich overseas investors are buying up this country ( and they propbably got rich through ruthless exploitation of those at the bottoms of their pathetic heirachies) and will eventually reduce many nzers to tenants in their own country
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