Q+A Review: Louisa Wall’s bombshell interview and David Seymour’s brilliance

Amazing show with Jack Tame again proving why he’s one of the best public broadcasters in the game.

His bombshell interview with Louisa Wall is painful in its highlighting of the pettiness of Tribal Labour while David Seymour proved he is one of the most Machiavellian political geniuses of our time.

Louisa Wall didn’t leave Labour, Labour left Louisa Wall.

The Left don’t reward talent, they reward unquestioning loyalty and subservience.

Louisa Wall was never subservient.

She came into politics with a strong Left wing belief system and a desire to do actual change.

That had her offside with Labour mandarins, MPs who think for themselves are considered dangerous on the Left.

The exact same dynamics have been at play over the amount of time it took for Labour to finally endorse Efeso Collins for Mayor.

The Left hates talent and rewards subservience, Wall’s refusal to shut up on issues that mattered meant she was always doomed to be pushed out until a better drone could be found to replace her with.

I think Labour will be very nervous at her valedictory speech.

Don’t hold back Louisa.

Bets on the PM has an important meeting elsewhere when Louisa Wall gives her speech.

As for David, his performance of why we needed a debate on co-governance is powerful, intelligent and if all the Left has between now and the 2023 election are screams of ‘Racist’, ACT are well on their way to a 15% vote win.

The activist Left will go into a spinning death feeding frenzy of outrage at the mere idea of debating co-governance while those who secretly burn crosses will have a field day under the fake veneer of ‘debate’.

This is going to be a cluster fuck of madness that Seymour will not be able to contain once he releases it.

The only hope we have is to actually step up the way Willie Jackson has and debate the issue in good faith because co-governance IS a unique strength that can build us, but we need the skills to debate without alienating which will play into the hands of extremists.

Comrades, I don’t think we are ready for this Jelly.

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Original Source: https://thedailyblog.co.nz/2022/04/10/qa-review-louisa-walls-bombshell-interview-and-david-seymours-brilliance/

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