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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

John Key orders NZ Navy to attack Greenpeace

Govt eyes navy option to block oil search protests
The Government is exploring legal options that may see it dispatch a navy vessel to stop Greenpeace from interfering with Petrobras' search for oil and gas.

John Key is ordering the NZ Navy to attack Greenpeace. That's right, the smile and wave multi millionaire vacant optimist that keeps the simple Shire Volk of NZ happy with his empty promises and geeky Dad routine has decided to try and bring the NZ Navy into attacking Greenpeace to protect overseas oil interests. . Greenpeace have of course been protesting against John Key's decision to allow Petrobas a 5 year attempt at turning the East Coast into the Gulf of Mexico. With the largest confiscation of the foreshore and seabed out of the way, all is clear for the vast molestation of NZ's coastal resources by overseas interests which you had all assumed was about your bullshit white people can have access to the beach crap.

The Minister for Mordor and Masochism, Gerry Brownee, has assured NZers that Petrobas has given him their word that they will follow best practice to minimize the environmental impact of drilling for oil. National have realized they can't mine on conservation land, so they've decided to do it somewhere you can't see them mining in the hope NZers are stupid.

At least now know why National are refusing to dump the $875million refit of missiles for the Navy, John might need them to sink Greenpeace ships.



At 20/6/11 12:31 pm, Blogger Debbie Craig said...

Lose the guy in the next elections.I remember my dad as a little boy telling us he believed there was oil on his fathers land because there was alwas oil like skimmed over the ponds. My sister now 72 when she played by the ponds with my other siblings, the ponds had skim and the colors of rainbow. Yeah there is oil on the east cape. Dads land is in Ruatoria.


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