Thursday, 11 September 2008

Clark's lie central to Glenn donation scandal

It wasn't the actual break-in that cost "Tricky Dicky" his presidency in 1973 but the cover-up that brought his government down.


A similar focus of light should be shone on Helen Clark and her knowledge of the $100,000 donation back in December 2005, when the Labour Party President, Mike Williams, helped execute the loan to Winston Peters for his legal case in the Tauranga seat after the 2005 election..

We know that Williams and Clark are self confessed best friends, we also know they are in constant contact via phone or email and we are all aware that Mike Williams gives all information to her leader-in fact she insists on being fully informed, what she called a "no surprises" way of governing.

It is beyond the realm of possibility and past history that Ms Clark didn't know about the loan from its genesis.

The question is why did she not come forward in February 2008 when the donation scandal broke and only tell the public of her knowledge in August but then say "I knew about the donation in February 2008".

She omitted to reveal what she knew about the scandal in February 2008, then clearly lied about the timing in August.

One has to ask what more is she hiding, more donations scandals, evidence of her or Labour's deeper involvement? We just dont know.

We don't know because our journos are too gutless to ask her the hard questions. They are afraid of her.

Kiwis need to know of her part in the cover-up and her or Labour's involvement in the donation itself.

Not to know is akin to the running of tenuous democracies in Africa, the Pacific Islands and the current turmoil occurring in Thailand.

Kiwis wont be protesting about their crooked lying Prime Minister like the Thai people currently are but where is our Woodward and Bernstein when it comes to the likes of exposing our own "Corrupt Clark"?

No comments:

Post a Comment