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NZ First leader Winston Peters says his MP Richard Prosser's controversial comments about Muslims were wrong, but that they had a 'colour of right' on a certain aspect.
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18/02/2013 1:13:56 p.m.
Thought Campbell asking what has Prosser done in Parliament so far was a beat up. Prosser has voted for or against the bills which I agree with. That has very little to do with Muslims but affects my life in New Zealand. Racism has been alive and well in New Zealand. What about the human right commission saying Hone was only expressing his opinion when Hone called Pakeha "white muth...." Thought Winston did a good job fending off Campbell's manipulating questions.
13/02/2013 10:13:00 p.m.
Brilliant interview with Winston Peters last night. I can't recall seeing Winston being managed so expertly before. He was as meek as a mouse and eclipsed at every turn by slick and shrewd questions. You knocked it out of the ballpark Campbell Live!
13/02/2013 8:43:41 a.m.
Cody Blue wrote:
Given Campbell Live now has the 7 o'clock segment to themselves,and are producing reasonable stories,its time for John and the team to work on their Liberal sensibilities,and take Campbell live to knew heights.
Take John's interview of Winston regarding Richard Prosser.
John was like a vicious(and smug)pitbull as he tore into Winston.
But were was the considered opinion:Prosser was right.Banning Muslim men on planes would free up airport security.Why should others suffer because religious nutters want to harm the innocent.
But what about innocent Muslims?.Tough,that's not our problem.Our culture did not produce this situation.Innocent Muslims need to
be more vocal and proactive against this problem.Their silence is sometimes deafening.
I wish Prosser well,and only wish the media would dissect the issue and not the man.
13/02/2013 5:39:42 a.m.
Steve West wrote:
Good on you Mr Peters.
13/02/2013 12:59:21 a.m.
Muhammad ameen wrote:
Thanks to mr Campbell live
What a wonderful job asking does Q to mr Peter the nz fast
I think his lest mp should loss the job he is not fit to be mp
12/02/2013 10:34:46 p.m.
Genius interview by Campbell. Genius.
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