At 14... Paula Bennett Would Come Into My Bedroom & Touch Me"
Ashley Farrell Video Testimony
"At 14 years old, Paula Bennett herself,
Would Come Into My Bedroom And Touch Me,
And get me to touch her,
To show me how big I was getting,
And to show her,
What A big boy I was,
Or she smelled,
And I remember it,
Because every time I see her face,
It brings back these memories...
She smelled like kama sutra massage oil,
Who Are You Really Voting For? The Internet Party, Kimdotcom (NZ Election Series Part 9 FINAL EPISODE)
The Internet party were funded by Kim Dotcom, A man happy to pay to get citizenship into New Zealand, But got sore at John Banks when he found out that his Dollars, didn’t give him protection from the FBI. His hacking credentials were written about and known before we let him in. The party basically destroyed Hone Harawira’s chances, As his sellout alienated voters, And he surrounded himself with press flunkies, Who did nothing to explain the real evil, Was not the persecution of Kim Dotcom, And a variety of frauds, No smaller or larger, Than the frauds conducted by big time players in the entertainment sector. But, what made Kim Dotcom’s system unique, was it offered artists the ability to have a transparent downloads system. Which ensured the cheque they received from the big players, actually reflected the number of hits they got.
VIDEO: Who Are You Really Voting For? TOP The Opportunities Party, Gareth Morgan (NZ Election Series Part 8)
TOP leader, Gareth Morgan, is an economist, businessman and Unicef “ambassador”
TOP has adopted the red peak flag favoured by Greens, a symbol of republicanism, Taranaki (home base of Ngai Tahu and Tainui iwi) which means “first to the light” a symbol of ‘illumination’ or enlightenment.
Morgans enlightenment extends to the sell off state owned assets, beginning with publicly owned media outlets.
“The Government’s partial sell down of a number of state-owned assets is almost done and dusted, with only Genesis yet to go on the block. New Zealand has nevertheless instigated a referendum on the issue. That referendum was over whether the public thinks it a good idea to sell up to 49% of our electricity companies and Air NZ. I will be voting yes”.
VIDEO: Who Are You Really Voting For? The Maori Party (NZ Election Series Part 7)
The Maori Party opposed TPPA around same time they began to realise that two terms under Key had killed the Party’s credibility in the eyes of the Maori people. Their anti TPPA stance needs to be reviewed under the context of their past big business actions which include: Approving Asset sales in 2012 . Approving the Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, which ultimately places the power of the iwi into a small aristocratic elite, known by some, as the Business Brown Table. The move was opposed widely by Maori lay people and academics alike. Hone Harawira, who entered into an alliance with the Maori Party, stated in 2016 that the Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, is an ugly and crude attempt to cut away the remaining protections over Maori land. “It will strip the mana of the Maori Land Court, transfer its powers to a government agency, and deny Maori the right to appeal the agency’s decisions.” (Script Continues Below)
VIDEO: Who Are You Really Voting For? United Future & Peter Dunne (NZ Elections Part 6)
Peter Dunne leader of the United Future political party is a member of Parliamentarians for Global action.
Dunne has been a Member of Parliament since 1984, representing the centre-left Labour Party in Parliament from 1984 to 1994, and a succession of minor centrist parties since then. He served as a Cabinet minister while in the Labour Party and has since done so in governments dominated by the centre-right National Party as well as by the Labour Party.
With the departure of leading right-wingers Roger Douglas, Richard Prebble and David Caygill (All Parliamentarians for Global Action) he found himself isolated. In October of 1994, Dunne resigned from the Labour Party, becoming an independent, under MMP. (Script Continues Below)
VIDEO: Who Are You Really Voting For? Winston Peters & New Zealand First (NZ Election Series Part 5)
New Zealand First: Supported the Security Intelligence Bill. Supported New Zealand's efforts post-9/11 on closer US NZ military relations Supported closer relations with China Winston Peters, foreign affairs minister at the time, met the Dalai Lama in 2009 Supported Labour 2004 Foreshore and sea bed legislation. 2005, New Zealand First's long-running campaign against the Treaty of Waitangi and its Principles in our politics took its next logical step. The party introduced a bill into Parliament designed to delete all mention of said Treaty Principles from New Zealand legislation. Indeed it stated to remove the Treaty of Waitangi and its Principles from legislation stating in 2002 “The country does not need the Treaty” (Continues Below)
VIDEO: Who Are You Really Voting For? The Green Party (NZ Election Series Part 4)
FOREWORD: Welcome to video 4, If you’ve not watched videos 1 through 3 yet, Please go to The Vinny Eastwood Show.com And Click ON MrNewsVinnyEastwood’s Blog. Alternatively, The Videos are also available, on the Vinny Eastwood Facebook Page, At Facebook.com/vinnyeastwoodshow And on Youtube.com/c/vinnyeastwoodnz This Video here, Will Focus primarily on the Green Party, It’s Co-leaders & it’s track record in general. Before we get to that however, I need to address a few things, So far, The response has been great! But! Every single one of these videos has been met overwhelmingly, with ignorance, stupidity, hostility, accusations, assumptions, ridicule & despair. Whether or not these reactions came from people who even bothered to watch the videos, remains to be seen. However, these reactions were not unanticipated or unexpected, In point of fact, I was counting on it and deliberately constructed the videos in a manner, that would address these largely predictable responses, During the runtime.