Sunday, April 7, 2013

#19 A List Of Lies By John Brainfade Key

promise to always be honest
- We’re not proposing to change the Employment Relations Act in a way that weakens unions
- we are not going to sack public servants, the attrition rate will reduce costs
- we are not going to cut working for families
- I firmly believe in climate change and always have
- We seek a 50% reduction in New Zealand’s carbon-equivalent net emissions, as compared to 1990 levels, by 2050. 50 by 50. We will write the target into law.
- National Ltd™ will provide a consistent incentive for both biofuel and biodiesel by exempting them from excise tax or road user charges
- I didn’t know about The Bretheren
election tactics
- If they came to us now with that proposal [re trans-Tasman Therapeutic Goods regime], we will sign it
- I can’t remember my position on the 1981 Springbok Tour
- Tranzrail shares
- Lord Ashcroft
- National Ltd™ would have sent troops into Iraq
- Standard & Poors credit downgrade
- I did not mislead the House
- I didn’t say I want wages to drop
- the real rate of inflation is 3.3 percent.
- the tourism sector has not lost 7,000 jobs
- I won’t raise GST
- the purchase of farmland, by overseas buyers will be limited to ten farms per purchase
- capping, not cutting the public service
- raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour will cost 6000 jobs
- north of $50 a week
- privatisation won’t significantly help the economy
- wave goodbye to higher taxes, not your loved ones
- I never offered Brash a diplomatic job in London
- Tariana Turia is “totally fine” with the Tuhoe Treaty Claim deal
- Kiwisaver
- National Ltd™ is not going to radically reorganise the structure of the public sector
- tax cuts won’t require additional borrowing
- New Zealand does not have a debt problem
- New Zealand troops in Afghanistan will only be involved in training, not fighting
- 14,000 new apprentices will start training over the next five years, over and above the
number previously forecast
- Our amendments to the ETS ensure we will continue to do our fair share internationally
- we are committed to honouring our Kyoto Protocol obligations
- any changes to the ETS will be fiscally neutral
- we [NZ] have grown for eight of the last nine quarters”
- National Ltd™ will tender out the government banking contract
- we will be back in surplus by 2014-15
- Nicky Hager’s book “Other People’s Wars” is a work of fiction
- unemployment is starting to fall
- we have created 45,000 jobs
- we are likely to create 170,000 jobs in the next 4 years
- I don’t know if I own a vineyard
- I did not mislead the House (again)
- the Isreali spy killed in the Christchurch quake had “only one” passport
- the Police will not need to make savings by losing jobs
- GCSB re Kim Dotcom x 3 (that we know about)
- I did not mislead the House (again)
- I voted to keep the drinking age at 20
- New Zealand is 100% Pure
- I’ve been prime minister for four years, and it’s really 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year
- baseball in New Zealand is attracting more government support
- I wasn’t told thatMinisterial Services, which I am in charge of, was going to buy brand new BMWs
- the public demanded that we change the labour laws for The Hobbit
- “The Hobbit” created 3000 new jobs
- we have delivered 1000 extra doctors in the public service
- I wasn’t working at Elders when the sham foreign exchange deals took place
- I was starting School Certificate exams in 1978
- I don’t know who arrived on the CIA jet to visit the spies I am responsible for
- reducing barriers to property developers will increase the availability of affordable
- Labour left the economy in poor shape
- forecasts show unemployment will fall
- we have closed the wage gap with Australia by $27
- Ngati Porou and Whanau Apanui are not opposed to mining
- I have not had any meetings with Media Works
- our [NZ's] terms of trade remain high
- the TPP is an example of democracy
- National Ltd™ will use the proceeds of state asset sales to invest in other public assets, like schools and hospitals
- New Zealand troops will be out of Afghanistan by April 2013
- overseas investment in New Zealand adds to what New Zealanders can invest on their own
- overseas investment in New Zealand creates jobs, boosts incomes, and helps the economy grow
- National Ltd™ will build 2000 houses over the next two years
- there are only 4 New Zealand SAS soldiers in Bamiyan and all working in the area of logistics and planning only
- selling state assets will give cash equity to those companies
- the Sky City deal doesn’t mean more pokies
- there was nothing improper about the Sky City deal
- my office has had no correspondence, no discussions, no involvement with the Sky City deal
- SkyCity will only get “a few more” pokie machines at the margins
- any changes to gambling regulations will be subject to a full public submission process,
- Sky City has approached TVNZ about the purchase/use of government-owned land
- the Auditor General has fully vindicated National over the Sky City deal
- there’s a 50/50 chance the Hobbit is going off shore unless we do something
- David Shearer has signed up for the purchase of shares in Mighty River
- Solid Energy asked the government for a $1 billion capital investment
- fracking has been going safely on in Taranaki for the past 30 years without any issues
- no front line positions will be lost at DoC
- Iain Rennie came to me and recommended Fletcher for the GCSB job
- I forgot that after I scrapped the shortlist for GCSB job I phoned a life-long friend to tell him to apply for the position
- I told Rennie I would contact Fletcher
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source ; BLiP

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