Tue, 25 Sep 2012 5:38a.m.
Prime Minister John Key has confirmed that the Government Communications Bureau acted unlawfully towards Kim Dotcom.
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26/09/2012 7:12:15 p.m.
You cannot spy on Dotcom and try to cover it up by saying' its a mistake..
Bloodly hell' who is this Government trying to fool but themselves..
Banks and John Key denied the donation ever took place and now the spying mechandized..
John Key, John English along with John Banks should back up and leave office, enough is enough of lies and excuises..
26/09/2012 10:49:09 a.m.
What is the truth - one minute Key says he didn't know it had been done and then he says English had told him he did it - Just another "key"stone story
25/09/2012 11:30:08 p.m.
BRIAN LAKE wrote:
the problem mr key you have been telling us its all been a mistake when it goes wrong , just a mistake he says in 4 years there have just been two many mistakes .he promised much higher standards , hes aloof and arrogant and ill never forget him calling 80% of the country ignorant because they disagreed with him about redistributing the country's hard made assets and their wealth to the 1%ters.keys answer give the entire country to a few rich people in nz and over seas and we will all some how be better of like hell you will they are insane thats what the great president ike when was in the white house he said you would have to be insane to do a thing like that . a great Conservative right wing republican president .
25/09/2012 6:29:59 p.m.
Gabriel White wrote:
How can they say that they spied on someone by "mistake"? When you know what color underwear someone is wearing, I'm sure you know what their residency status is.
25/09/2012 5:44:51 p.m.
Key has lost the plot. He is way out of touch of reality
25/09/2012 5:09:59 p.m.
NZ spying on germans ? This has been done many times before. "Least we forget".
25/09/2012 1:51:51 p.m.
This is like the neverending story that is not going to go away. Although there seems to be confusion to this i dont really understand the details tho gives one a headache.
25/09/2012 11:31:29 a.m.
Cover up and very American.
Not informing the subject concerned is the way they do things as they like to make a silent operation with no leaks.
Key maybe unaware at the beginning but later he must have found out and has tried to cover the mistake but he realized that it had gone too far and had to admit.
Not a government I would vote for but then I didn't anyway seeing the process of assets was the biggest debate and I was against that anyhow.
The method you use here on voting is hysterical since the persons we were voting for at the booth at the last election were no where to be seen, which says a lot about the system!
25/09/2012 11:26:45 a.m.
Turns out that Bill English suthorised the survelience and John Key knew about it.
25/09/2012 11:02:47 a.m.
How much more does the Prime Minister *not know*? Did a memo go out after the last election reminding everybody not to tell the Prime Minister anything? His ignorance-based deniability is no longer plausible.
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