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B.M.
02-10-2014, 08:40 PM
So the St Johns Ambulance relies on donations, membership subscriptions, and fees, whilst a racist, separatist mob, extort $6m+ from the taxpayer.

What is your excuse Mr Key, or can’t you remember?

HERE (http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11335183)

Renegade
02-10-2014, 09:56 PM
Wananga? What a shock. The students got a PC as part of their "course costs" about 10 years ago, come the end of the year a lot of these PCs ended up in 2nd hand shops. Did some work for a maori lady back then and she said she wouldn't hire anyone with a degree from there.

1101
03-10-2014, 09:53 AM
ah yes , more blatant racism.
Lets bash the maori, because god knows us whities never do any wrong or rip of the system.

$8M on that one scheme quoted above, vs how much on the Americas cup ?

CliveM
03-10-2014, 10:06 AM
ah yes , more blatant racism.
Lets bash the maori, because god knows us whities never do any wrong or rip of the system.

$8M on that one scheme quoted above, vs how much on the Americas cup ?

At least with BM looking out for us you can be sure nothing to do with them will slip past him. Oh and that evil JK will always be to blame.

Speedy Gonzales
03-10-2014, 10:36 AM
Another Zzzzzz post

B.M.
03-10-2014, 10:56 AM
It is straight out theft of us taxpayer’s money and it doesn’t matter whether the perpetrators are Black White or Brindle.

Quote:

“Nearly 100 players and staff "completed" an 18-week course in just one day and a member of the club board - who also worked for the wananga that ran the tertiary course - has been referred to the Serious Fraud Office.”

Well, it just so happens that our $6m could have been better spent in the health sector or on something else useful.

So who pocketed the money?

I must say though that Maori Tourism must be dead easy to learn if the likes of the Warriors can complete an 18 week course in just a day. Unless of course they are all “Mensa Members”. :lol:

Alex B
03-10-2014, 11:33 AM
St Johns Ambulance relies on donations, membership subscriptions, and fees.

Partly true, they also get a payout via ACC per call out, there are some caveats around it though. But don't let facts get in the way of a good story.

B.M.
03-10-2014, 12:47 PM
Partly true, they also get a payout via ACC per call out, there are some caveats around it though. But don't let facts get in the way of a good story.

The "Facts" aren't getting in the way of anything, because the St John is a "Charitable Organisation" and far more worthy of $6m than a bunch of rip-off artists.

5955

The matter is apparently in the hands of the Serious Fraud Office now, so it will be interesting to see if Key, Collins, Finlayson, or their "Go To" Slater tries to pervert the course of justice.

1101
03-10-2014, 01:07 PM
It is straight out theft of us taxpayer’s money and it doesn’t matter whether the perpetrators are Black White or Brindle.


BS.

Its only being pointed out here because it was a Maori scheme.
Strange how no mention was originally made of all the non-maori schemes & organisation ripping of the system.

Just the usual maori bashing .

Cicero
03-10-2014, 01:09 PM
Meanwhile all this will continue whilst we have people yawning while the ship sinks.

I would like to see an audit of the Maori Otaki university.

B.M.
03-10-2014, 02:04 PM
BS.

Its only being pointed out here because it was a Maori scheme.
Strange how no mention was originally made of all the non-maori schemes & organisation ripping of the system.

Just the usual maori bashing .

What an old, well-worn and pathetic defense.

So in your view Maori law breakers should have immunity because discussing the matter constitutes "Maori Bashing". :rolleyes:

As for Non-Maori crime, start a thread by all means, and let’s get up them as well.

Krakka
04-10-2014, 10:14 AM
Funny how members jump on the "lets blame Key" bandwagon, when this is a direct result of the Bums on seats policy which began under Helen Clark in their Knowledge Economy philosophy.
Still..... any excuse to bag an ideological opponent.

B.M.
04-10-2014, 11:12 AM
Funny how members jump on the "lets blame Key" bandwagon...................

Simple really, he’s the boss and “The Buck Stops There”.

Can’t remember which one, but there was an American President that had a sign on his office door to that effect. ;)

Krakka
04-10-2014, 11:28 AM
It's true, he is "the boss".

However there are hundreds, if not thousands of policies introduced by the various parties over decades, that are still in effect and have a negative effect on members of our society. What would you, or anyone say if each new government completely wipes out the laws and policies of the previous governments simply because they do not necessarily agree with them?

I would suggest we would quickly descend into a 3rd world country, if you could even call it that.
The reality is, successive governments mostly have to "suck it up" and retain policies of previous governments so that we can have a stable economy.

B.M.
04-10-2014, 12:44 PM
It's true, he is "the boss".

However there are hundreds, if not thousands of policies introduced by the various parties over decades, that are still in effect and have a negative effect on members of our society. What would you, or anyone say if each new government completely wipes out the laws and policies of the previous governments simply because they do not necessarily agree with them?

I would suggest we would quickly descend into a 3rd world country, if you could even call it that.
The reality is, successive governments mostly have to "suck it up" and retain policies of previous governments so that we can have a stable economy.

Well the way I see it is that by pursuing policy’s that are proven not to work is the surest way to becoming a third world country, which shouldn’t take long the way we’re going. :rolleyes: