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  1. Curtis Nixon, 12. November 2015, 14:59

    Could be the straw that broke the camel’s back of middle New Zealand’s support for J.Key

  2. lindsay, 12. November 2015, 21:18

    Did I miss the Prime Minister’s apology to the MPs? Well, no. It seems there won’t be any apology. The NZ Herald reports:

    Prime Minister John Key says he does not need to apologise to women MPs about his comments on rape because he is a strong advocate for victims of crime….”The comments and abuse that’s been hurled at me, not a single one of those has been about a victim or alternatively about New Zealanders.”.

    He must have mis-heard every one of the women. Or perhaps he wasn’t listening to any of them.

  3. Sonya Ash Pryor, 13. November 2015, 16:59

    Telling the truth is a crime in NZ and corruption rules. No corruption in NZ. We dont use that word.

  4. Mark, 13. November 2015, 20:52

    Poor John – it’s HE that is the victim in the whole story, don’t you know, those MP wimmin were clearly all lying through their teeth about being victims of rape and violence, and they’re probably not New Zealanders anyway, and besides, everyone knows that Captain Teflon John NEVER makes mistakes. Not for ponytails. Not for illegal troop deployments. Not for “false flag” operations. Not for Australia-resident detainees. Not for condescendingly insulting comments. And certainly not for “lefties” who claim to be offended about being labelled rape supporters when they are bonafide rape victims.