Neelam Choudary

Winston and Phil

I heard Winston Raymond Peters, 65, pensioner of St Marys Bay was going to speak at Picnic in?the?Park at Barry Curtis Park today, so I went along.

He turned up, spoke for a bout a minute, cracked some jokes and then went and talked with Phil Goff. He then wandered around a bit and buggered off.

As I mentioned Phil Goff was there too, the dye job seems to be holding up. The place was mostly staffed by labour flunkies, even Neelam Choudary. I had a pleasant chat with her while I was snapping some shots of WRP, 65, POSMB.

Even Michael Wood was there, campaigning hard for Botany?electorate….uhmmm…in Paul Hutchison’s Hunua electorate. Poor Michael, I almost feel sorry for him, even though there weer plenty of Labour flunkies there no one really wanted to talk to him. Phil Goff astutely noted in his speech that Michael was campaigning hard in Botany…oh wait…even Phil didn’t know that Barry Curtis park is in Hunua electorate.

Meanwhile back in Botany electorate Jami-lee Ross was getting a brilliant reception sign jumping on the corner of Te Iriangi Drive and Ti Rakau Drive. Lots of toots and shouts of support. At least Jami-lee knows where?the?boundaries of the electorate are.

Strikingly Beautiful?

Look who showed up again. Again involved with a Labour party protest. I wonder if that is her poor husband who sat in the car while Phil Goff pimped her out to Richard Worth? Poor Kumar, and here was me thinking he was still doing time for fraud.

Why has Phil Goff never disclosed his real relationship with Neelam Choudary?

Looks like we paid for those signs too. When is Parliamentary Services going to be open to the OIA?

Neelam Choudary, pimped out by Phil Goff

Neelam Choudary, pimped out by Phil Goff

Why has Goff never explained?

Some interesting information has come to light in the Richard Worth affair.

At the time of the fiasco questions were raised by this blog of the relationship between Mr Goff and the shy, unassuming housewife who allegedly approached Mr Goff after she was supposedly propositioned by Dr Worth.

Mr Goff has never explained how he knew Neelam Choudary or even the ongoing relationship that he had with Ms Choudary. In fact he went very quiet when the growing evidence of his involvement of the stitch up of Dr Worth mounted. What became clear is that Mr Goff pimped out the “strikingly beautiful” Ms Choudary as a honey-trap in order to score cheap political points against Dr Worth and National.

Laziness is often the undoing of people as many a lawyer and tax accountant will explain and it is laziness and lack of attention to detail that may well be the undoing of Mr Goff.

You see losing candidate in Botany electorate, still has his website up. Don’t worry about dropping now all you Labour flunkies who read this blog I have screen shots of every page.

On one of the pages are glowing references to Mr Goff and one Ms Neelam Choudary along with a number of photos. There are also other photos and posts which show that Neelam Choudary was an integral part of the campaign in Botany. Plus this one of Goff and Choudary together with Helen Clark.

Neelam Choudary has established an enormously strong network in the Indian community, and has consulted widely accross many of? India’s top business and political leaders.

Mr Goff’s timeline of events concerning the Labour sting operation on Dr Worth have never been adequately explained nor has his relationship to the “strikingly beautiful” Neelam Choudary. In fact Mr Goff several time changed his story and in light of this page left on the net by the lazy and the indlent in the wake of the destruction of the Labour party in 2008 it is rather embarrassing to say the least that the real relationship between Neelam Choudary and Mr Goff has now been revealed.

Perhaps Mt Goff might like to explain the circumstances of his “chance” meeting and subsequent advice to Ms Choudary in how to deal with Dr Worth in light of this new evidence? I’d certainly be interested to hear the real story of how the sting went down.

Are they quite mad?

Unlike the pinko DPF I think the Auckland Transitional Authority are stark, raving bonkers having Laila Harre as the cat in charge of the canaries. It isn’t a smart move it is in fact dumb.

Perhaps Rodney Hide might like to consider his speech in 2000 when Labour and the Alliance were foisted the Employment Relations Act upon us all.

Taken from Hansard

RODNEY HIDE (ACT NZ): I do have some questions and the Chairman knows that I have been seeking the call every time with Mr Willie Jackson.

I have been a bit disappointed that the Labour Government members have not been prepared to take the call and speak, particularly the members, and we have had only Willie Jackson. I hope that Willie Jackson will take a call. He made the point that when he was a union leader, so-called, when workers went out on strike he would take no pay.

My question to Willie Jackson is when workers go out on strike now because of this legislation, will he, as an MP, take no pay? Would he be prepared to live his principles while he is a parliamentarian? What we are seeing with Part 8 is the return of the strike as a lethal weapon into industrial relations in New Zealand. I think it is fitting that the Associate Minister of Labour, Laila Harré, should be in the chair because we well know her views. This is the woman who said to the Labour Party in 1987 that Joseph Stalin achieved more in 20 years than the West achieved in 200 years. This woman has never recanted from that view — not once. She has never said that what she thought of Stalin achieving in 20 years what the West achieved in 200 years was wrong. She still believes it to this day, and here she is seeing this legislation, inspired by Karl Marx, as I said in my earlier speech, being inflicted —

(The Chairman follows)

RODNEY HIDE: I am sure, and I certainly did not. I was just reporting that Laila Harré said that Stalin achieved in 20 years what it took the West 200 years to achieve. It is in the Evening Post. I can bring down her quotation, she has never denied it, and I have brought it up in question time before. I was also pointing out, and I said it in my speech, that this whole idea of bargaining and inequality comes from Karl Marx. The Chairman can read the books and he will understand. There is nothing unparliamentary about being a wee bit historical about where these crazy, mad ideas are coming from that this Government is inflicting on New Zealanders.


They would have learnt because that was 150 years ago. What we are having here is the return of the lethal strike to the New Zealand workplace. The ACT party is again having a mini-caucus and I am very interested in the comments made by Sue Kedgley on her amendment. I am hoping that Sue Kedgley will take a call to help us and explain the full ramification of her amendment that she has proposed here today because she read out that it covers a mammal, a bird, and essential services. I think that Ms Kedgley said that 3 days’ notice has to be given if it will affect essential services. What we are concerned with here is a mammal; a bird; a reptile; an amphibian; for those on the Government side, that means frogs; a fish, bony or cartilaginous; any octopus, squid, crab, lobster, or crayfish. The member asked what about cockroaches.

Hon. Maurice Williamson: What about Labour Party members?

RODNEY HIDE: I do not know about the Labour Party members. It means any other member of the animal kingdom that is declared from time to time by the Governor-General by Order in Council to be an animal for the purposes of this Act. So I guess that it would be up to the Governor-General to pick up cockroaches.

That’s right….Laila Harre thinks that Stalin achieved more in 20 years than the West took 200 years to achieve. She said that in 1987 in the Evening Post. And to my knowledge she has never resiled from that position.

This is going to end in tears, and Mark Ford will be the one we can blame for this silliness.

Silly First Name Syndrome strikes big

hat tip Velofille

From Sideswipe, a litle bit about the tragic consequences of Silly First Name Syndrome.

Name Of The Year, a website that has an annual contest to determine the oddest name, has this year picked American footballer Barkevious Mingo, beating Velvet Milkman and Nutritious Love. Other finalists included Iris Macadangdang, Iona Knipl, Atilla Bucko, Taco Vandervelde and Crystal Metheny. But hard to beat was Wisconsin school teacher Marijuana Pepsi – her mother’s sociological experiment, unlike sisters Kimberly and Robin – and twins named Winner and Loser. Winner became a lifetime criminal and Loser a New York police detective.

When will people learn? When?

Question 12

Question 12 today looked innocuous and then all hell broke loose.

12. AMY ADAMS (National—Selwyn) to the Minister of Defence: What steps has he taken to review defence policy?

Hon Dr WAYNE MAPP (Minister of Defence) : Last Tuesday the Associate Minister of Defence and I launched the 2009 defence review. This review will result in a white paper early next year that will set out the Government’s defence policy. There has not been a defence review since 1997, and the world has changed a great deal since then.

Amy Adams: What reports has the Minister received on the various ways of running defence?

Hon Dr WAYNE MAPP: There are, in fact, a variety of ways in which defence forces can operate. For example, I have read a report entitled “Outsourcing War”, which discusses military companies like Blackwater Worldwide, and suggests that we “recognize them as multinational entrepreneurs eager to solidify their legitimacy.” Interestingly enough, this report came from Mr David Shearer, a man with considerable experience in Iraq and, I understand, Mr Goff’s preferred candidate for Mt Albert’s by-election.

Hon Phil Goff: Can the Minister confirm that the person he is seeking to undermine at this point has over the last 10 years constantly put his life at risk, has won gallantry awards for saving the lives of children in refugee camps, and, in fact, has done far more for humanity than John Key and the dirty-tricks brigade in the National Party who are seeking to undermine him?

Hon Dr WAYNE MAPP: I certainly have heard of Mr Shearer’s reputation. I have also heard that he has written, in fact, four articles and books: the first is entitled “Dial an Army”, from The World Today in 1997; the second is “Outsourcing War”, from Foreign Policy in 1998; the third is Private Armies and Military Intervention; and the fourth is “Privatising”—

Oh lookie there, the National Research Unit got off its collective arse and found a few more articles. My word, it looks like David Shearer really is the Trojan Horse from ACT, writing no less than 4 articles or books on the topic shows some seriousness about the topic.

Phil Goff then got monstered with more supplementaries showing that David Shearer is very much a Goff man with Goff’s penchant for selling off Defense Assets.