…the Mike King fiasco highlights all that is wrong in NZ politics.
Mike is hated by the Wellington Bureaucracy for highlighting their incompetence and making them look like the callous wankers they are.
Mike is offering counselling services at a fraction of the price that the Wellington Bureaucracy offers and because he’s done such an excellent job of exposing their vested interests, he will never ever receive any money for his proposals because that’s what happens when you cross the Wellington Bureaucracy.
Labour are gutless cowards and have no capacity to force the Wellington Bureaucracy to engage meaningfully with Mike because they are too frightened to bring tasers to the sensitive parts of the Wellington Bureaucracy to compel them to be transformative.
If Luxon wants to win the 2023 election, he simply needs to hold a press conference with Mike, tell the Press that the first thing his National Government will be doing is force the Wellington Bureaucracy to give Mike a contract and watch Labour scream in vain.
The fundamental difference between Labour and National is that National MPs are all management psychopaths who exile at bullying others for results where as Labour wants to give everyone a cuddle at a hui with a vegan menu in Te Reo and side-order of pronouns.
The public service fear National, they don’t fear Labour and so when Labour pour billions into the Wellington Bureaucracy, they laugh and use it for more glass palaces.
The vast chunk of Labour/Green activists are placed and work within the Wellington Bureaucracy either with NGOs, Unions or State Agencies and their own sense of righteousness never allows them to consider if they are the baddies.
The way the Twitter Woke shit all over Mike whenever he righteously calls their Wellington Bureaucracy to account is proof positive of that.
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