Newly appointed parliamentary leader of the ACT Party, John Boscawen, has found himself a new press secretary. Lindsay Perigo, a founding member and inaugural leader of the Libertarianz political party, was introduced late last week to the press gallery as Mr Boscawen’s new media man.
Here’s Mr Perigo’s blog ‘Solo Passion‘. Seriously. Solo. Passion.
It makes for fascinating reading: apparently the National Party is actually the National Socialist or Nazi Party and, confusingly, John Key’s coalition with the Maori Party makes him Neville Chamberlain or ‘Neville Key’ because the Maori Party are also Nazis.
So good luck to Mr Perigo on his first day as a staffer in a coalition with the National Socialists. On a related note Audrey Young reports on:
the Herald-DigiPoll survey which showed 11 per cent of voters believed a Don Brash-led Act Party in coalition with National would leave New Zealand better off, compared with 47.3 per cent who believed it would be worse off. Thirty per cent felt it would make no difference.
Another question indicated a positive view of the Maori Party by general voters, with more than 60 per cent saying it was a positive force for Maori.
Just like in Weimar Germany.