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NZ HERALD : All articles on ‘John Key /Tranz Rail’ – more proof of corporate media manipulation of elections?

16 February 2009

If you want evidence which confirms how under our ‘democracy’ we tend to get the government that the majority of big business want us to have – try going to the NZ Herald website.

Search for – ‘Owen Glenn donation/NZ First’.

You will come up with about 30 pages of articles – approx 10 articles per page.

Then search for – ‘John Key /Tranz Rail’.

You will come with about 6 pages – approx 10 articles per page.

BUT NOT ONE SENTENCE about the fact that I made a complaint to both the Police and SFO about John Key’s failure to disclose his Tranz Rail shares, and his attempt to flush out commercially sensitive information about Tranz Rail through an OIA to Michael Cullen as then Minister of Finance, then a complaint to the Office of the Ombudsmen  when Cullen (on the advice of Treasury) declined to release that information.

NOT ONE SENTENCE about my lodging a private prosecution with the Auckland District Court for the alleged offence of :

‘dishonestly and without claim of right, attempting to use documents with intent to obtain pecuniary advantage, being an indictable offence under section 228 of the Crimes Act 1961, ‘Dishonestly taking or using a document’.

Compare that to the continual bombardment of NZ Herald ‘MAN ON THE MOON’ headlines about Winston Peters and NZ First – although  those complaints to the Police and SFO came to nought.

In my honestly-held and considered opinion – this was the most openly biased media election campaing that I have ever seen.

How can the public cast an ‘informed’ vote – when the information they are getting is so blatantly one-sided?

Had NZ First got another 0.8% of the party vote – it would have been quite a different election result.

That is why there was such a corporate media onslaught to discredit and undermine Winston Peters.

As reported in the NZ Herald by Fran O’Sullivan, on 5 November 2008, in her article “Meurant allegations require scrutiny ..

All the chief executives I subsequently canvassed in a mini-survey last week told me they didn’t want either Clark or Key to have Peters in their governments.”

that the majority of CEOs did not want NZ First or Winston Peters to be a coalition partner of either National or Labour.

To blame Winston Peter’s behaviour for how he was treated by the media (although there was obviously quite some personal animosity on both sides), is a little unrealistic, in my view, to say the least.

‘Misuse of public office for private gain’ is the classic definition of corruption. Winston Peters was never accused of that.  However – essentially that is my allegation against Prime Minister John Key, now the leader of what is supposed to be the least corrupt country in the world (along with Denmark and Sweden, according to Transparency International’s ‘Corruption Perception Index’).

(For an article explaining why Transparency International NZ is so transparent it is basically invisible – check out http://www.kiwisfirst.co.nz.)

However, my Court proceedings against John Key are not yet over.

My appeal against Auckland District Court Judge Bouchier’s decision to dismiss my private prosecution will be heard in the Auckland High Court on 4 May 2009.

In the meantime, I and others have been asked by senior Ministry of Justice Officials to prepare a ‘business plan’ – setting out the need for a New Zealand Independent Commission Against Corruption.

My court case over disputing and refusing to pay Auckland City Council rates, (mainly because the CEO David Rankin is refusing to tell us where exactly over $855 MILLION of our rates monies are going to private sector providers of ‘goods, services and people’), is effectively a battle to win the war of legislative change. That being to make it a mandatory requirement under the Local Government Act 2002, that all ‘contracts issued’ be published in Council Annual Reports so that they’re available for public scrutiny.

The Local Government Select Committee is considering Petition 2008/002, which is calling for just that, at their next meeting.

Equally – my court case against John Key should help to focus on legislative change to help establish a NZ body tasked with helping to PREVENT corruption and corrupt practices arising from ‘conflicts of interest’. Currently we have none – the Police, SFO, Ombudsman and Office of the Auditor-General are all ‘complaints-driven’.

As my complaint against John Key proves – what happens when you make a complaint about an allegedly corrupt practice’ and nothing is done?

Prosecutions against corruption are apparently one of the indicator statistics  upon which Transparency International’s ‘Corruption Perception Index’ is based.

I guess if nobody is really looking for corruption – nobody is finding any. Finding corrupt practices is then left to chance and random ‘whistle-blowers’.

(Like the Otago District Health Board $17 million fraud?)

Clean, green ‘corruption free’ NZ.

yeah right.

Penny Bright

waterpressure@gmail.com

JOHN KEY TRANZ RAIL NZ HERALD

The First Lady (in waiting)
Saturday, November 1, 2008
John Key told the Herald on Sunday last month that Bronagh was unimpressed over his handling of the Tranz Rail shares issue. “I am his wife.

John Key: Matters of trust and truth
Saturday, November 1, 2008
When it comes down to it, MMP is all about compromise, John Key tells the Herald on Sunday You’ve You said you regretted your slip-up over the Tranz Rail shares

Editorial: Victor needs a clear mandate to deal with the coming storm
Saturday, November 1, 2008
whose “neutron bomb” about John Key’s alleged involvement Key, meanwhile, appears not to have suffered as his vague recollection of his Tranz Rail shareholdings

John Key: The man who would be PM
Friday, October 31, 2008
Watching John Key wandering Queenstown’s carefree boardwalks, it’s easy to imagine
The first was the issue of Key’s stake in Tranz Rail while National’s

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Matt McCarten: Clark bulldozes opponent, but Key connects with viewers
Saturday, October 18, 2008
the start, bulldozed right over the top of John Key. caught out telling porkies over his Tranz Rail shares This reinforces Labour’s accusation Key is not averse

Maori seats policy ‘not a bottom line’ for Nats – Key
Thursday, October 16, 2008
John’s position has been consistent that he will not a strategy of trying to show Mr Key is “slippery month when he admitted owning more Tranz Rail shares than

Paul Holmes: Pancakes and politics
Monday, October 13, 2008
He describes the Tranz Rail shares fiasco as his worst time in the past year. One can forget how early in his life John Key made the big decisions.

Leadership issues
Saturday, October 4, 2008
Swing: If John Key’s credibility was beaten up, something like the Winston Peters saga – I don’t think Tranz Rail was that bad – that would swing me.

Garth George : Trust doesn’t matter when all voters want is change
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Labour has had nine years to prove just how untrustworthy it can be, whereas National, apart from John Key’s stupid fumble over his Tranz Rail shares, has no

Key must learn to take heat – Clark
Monday, September 29, 2008
Helen Clark says Labour isn’t running a dirty campaign and National’s leader John Key has to Asked about attacks on Mr Key over the Tranz Rail shares his

Audrey Young: Nats and NZ First past the point of no return
Monday, September 29, 2008
John Key and Winston Peters condemned each other yesterday in leader on Agenda referred to Mr Key’s failure to disclose the true number of Tranz Rail shares he

Colin James: In two worlds – Politics of Maori Party
Monday, September 29, 2008
But for a small number he is the bee’s knees. Example: John Key the owner of changing amounts of Tranz Rail shares while an MP specialising in transport.

Deborah Coddington: Labour and Nats at 15 all in trust game
Saturday, September 27, 2008
I peaked too early when I awarded John Key a higher Was Key dreaming to think Labour would not dig up the truth about his shares in Tranz Rail, that instead

John Armstrong : John Key’s week in the school of hard knocks
Friday, September 26, 2008
For John Key, winning or losing the election may now hang While Key’s ability to hammer Labour for trusting has been compromised by the Tranz Rail share episode

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Poll: Peters row has little impact
Friday, September 26, 2008
Minister Helen Clark and National leader John Key have also on Wednesday, two days after Mr Key was found to truthful about the number of Tranz Rail shares he

Key likely to wash hands of NZ stocks when blind trust finally set up
Friday, September 26, 2008
National leader John Key is belatedly establishing a blind trust Mr Key, who may well be New Zealand’s richest after questions arose about his Tranz Rail shares

Questioning of Key over shares ‘fair game’
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
The questioning of John Key over his Tranz Rail shares is relevant to the upcoming election with the issue of trust making all parties vulnerable, an Auckland

John Armstrong: Blemish far from the king-hit Labour hoped for
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
John Key’s once squeaky-clean image has been blemished by his failure to disclose the full extent of his Tranz Rail shareholding before Labour embarrassed him

Off-Key leader admits his mistake
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
An uncomfortable John Key has confessed he should have told the public earlier about the full extent of his shareholding in rail company Tranz Rail and should

 

 

Editorial: Serious failure to admit truth
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Can we trust John Key? will have seen and heard his behaviour when a Television New Zealand reporter asked him directly how many shares in Tranz Rail he held

Key caught out over rail shares
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Labour has accused National leader John Key of lying over his ownership of Tranz Rail shares after revealing he failed to completely disclose his interests.

Key admits mistake over shares
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
National leader John Key has admitted he should have disclosed the full extent of his Tranz Rail shareholding earlier, but has denied using his parliamentary

Key accused of lying over Tranz Rail shares
Monday, September 22, 2008
“Clearly Mr Key was not simply not forthcoming, he actually lied.” Timeline of National leader John Key’s Tranz Rail share dealings.

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Key trust to get $36,000 from Tranz Rail payout
Monday, September 1, 2008
National Party leader John Key is to receive $36,000 of a $27.7 million Tranz Rail – now government-owned KiwiRail – insider trading settlement.

Parliament’s $50m MP
Saturday, July 26, 2008
If John Key makes it to the ninth floor of the Beehive, he may Rail In February 2002, the JP and BI Key Family Trust bought 30,000 Tranz Rail shares from

Anger at rising prices fuels support for truckies
Monday, July 14, 2008
It relaunched state-owned rail, KiwiRail; its researchers found a conflict of interest issue involving John Key’s Tranz Rail shares; it announced a new

Labour troops told to put on ‘hard hats’
Monday, July 14, 2008
be some discussion of last week’s events when Clark abandoned the habit of her premiership and led a direct attack on John Key over his Tranz Rail shares and

Fran O’Sullivan : PM’s broadside misses its mark
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Prime Minister Helen Clark has drawn a very long bow indeed by claiming that National’s John Key personally profited from the 1993 privatisation of Tranz Rail.

Fran O’Sullivan : Cullen & Co left on tarmac
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
have realised enough cash to fund the $665 million buyback of Tranz Rail as well National leader John Key should be able to make political hay out of this run

Fran O’Sullivan: Cullen’s cunning plan
Friday, May 23, 2008
Cullen’s decision to spend $695 million on buying Tranz Rail scuppered any ability to fund then use the figures to beat up on National leader John Key and his

Fran O’Sullivan: End of the spree? Don’t bet on it
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
again – the ideological rift between leader John Key and his cash to spray around on Mr Key’s own pet suburban rail network from the then Tranz Rail – a move

John Roughan : It seems like talk instead of action
Friday, April 25, 2008
John Banks and Bob Harvey are well known. Key decisions” should require a two-thirds majority recently the price the region would have paid Tranz Rail for its

Fran O’Sullivan : Government’s ‘spend big’ plan aimed at leaving legacy
Friday, March 14, 2008
The upshot is that National’s John Key said he Key did, however, finally launch a coherent attack on buying the Auckland suburban rail network from Tranz Rail.

Fran O’Sullivan: Cullen’s cunning plan
Friday, May 23, 2008
Cullen’s decision to spend $695 million on buying Tranz Rail scuppered any ability to fund then use the figures to beat up on National leader John Key and his

Fran O’Sullivan: End of the spree? Don’t bet on it
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
again – the ideological rift between leader John Key and his cash to spray around on Mr Key’s own pet suburban rail network from the then Tranz Rail – a move

John Roughan : It seems like talk instead of action
Friday, April 25, 2008
John Banks and Bob Harvey are well known. Key decisions” should require a two-thirds majority recently the price the region would have paid Tranz Rail for its

Fran O’Sullivan : Government’s ‘spend big’ plan aimed at leaving legacy
Friday, March 14, 2008
The upshot is that National’s John Key said he Key did, however, finally launch a coherent attack on buying the Auckland suburban rail network from Tranz Rail.

‘Can do’ spirit keeps aviation company aloft
Monday, December 17, 2007
of equipment from Sir Elton John’s 2006 Wellington firm’s strategy has been “low-key and cost director and minor shareholder, former Tranz Rail chief financial

The battle of Auckland Airport
Monday, November 19, 2007
bad because of what happened to Telecom and Tranz Rail. issue for two of the airport’s key shareholders: the benefit, leading new Auckland mayor John Banks to

 

 

Toll NZ owners more positive about future
Friday, October 12, 2007
opportunity and potential,” Toll NZ chairman John Ludeke tells putting in one of its key management employees were shutting down lending to Tranz Rail when it

Brian Gaynor: Danger in repeating mistakes of history
Friday, July 27, 2007
The Government has a relatively low-key approach towards John Stewart, CEO of Bank of New Zealand Tranz Rail was purchased by a Fay, Richwhite/Wisconsin

Roll call of witnesses
Friday, March 18, 2005
John Balgarnie, who had executive responsibilities for Midavia. * Three un-named KPMG partners who attended a key Tranz Rail audit committee meeting in July

Chris Daniels: State-owned generators exploit ‘valuation rort’
Wednesday, January 5, 2005
such as Air New Zealand and Tranz Rail, the eventual finance and accounting department) and Dr John Small (school of seems at variance with a key objective of

Government divvies up $200m for rail network
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
and that it can engage in pork-barrel politics,” said John Key, the National on the track since last October when Toll Holdings took control of Tranz Rail.

Government and Toll seal rail buyback deal
Thursday, July 1, 2004
bought 84 per cent of Tranz Rail Holdings, New to continue dragging its heals over rail funding,” she said National’s deputy finance spokesman John Key said the

Toll gets the bill for rail damage
Wednesday, February 18, 2004
washouts south of Taihape should be repaired by Friday, Tranz Rail spokeswoman Sue National Party deputy finance spokesman John Key said his part had not yet

NZ stocks: Trains and trees on double-bill agenda
Sunday, December 14, 2003
of directors David Jackson, Austin Perrin, Mark Rowsthorn and John Loughlin. meeting was expected to be small and low-key, said Tranz Rail spokeswoman Sue

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Foreshore issue politician’s toughest test
Friday, December 12, 2003
Air New Zealand, the energy crisis and Tranz Rail. Associate Maori Affairs Minister John Tamihere said it government, port companies, the key foreshore Maori

Brian Gaynor: New listing must earn investors’ trust
Wednesday, July 23, 2003
listing of Urbus Properties was a low-key event company’s directors, with the exception of John Hodge and Tranz Rail The battle for control of Tranz Rail is at

Brian Gaynor: New listing must earn investors’ trust
Wednesday, July 23, 2003
listing of Urbus Properties was a low-key event company’s directors, with the exception of John Hodge and Tranz Rail The battle for control of Tranz Rail is at

Government’s Tranz Rail deal could struggle
Friday, June 27, 2003
The National Party says the Government is in a bidding war with Toll for control of Tranz Rail. Associate transport spokesman John Key said yesterday’s

Government’s Tranz Rail deal could struggle
Friday, June 27, 2003
The National Party says the Government is in a bidding war with Toll for control of Tranz Rail. Associate transport spokesman John Key said yesterday’s

Shareholders push Tranz Rail to stop asset sale
Thursday, June 19, 2003
National Party associate transport spokesman John Key said he had a copy of a letter from an institutional shareholder sent to Tranz Rail yesterday warning

Subsidy off the table, Toll told
Thursday, June 19, 2003
The National Party’s associate transport spokesman, John Key, said Toll and the Government rights to rail that it had lost when selling Tranz Rail without a

Brian Gaynor: Wild card appears in GPG bid for Tower
Wednesday, June 18, 2003
A key shareholding is the 6.61 per cent held alliance between Toll, Owens and Tranz Rail would have New Zealand publishing interests to John Fairfax Holdings

Brian Gaynor: Wild card appears in GPG bid for Tower
Tuesday, June 17, 2003
A key shareholding is the 6.61 per cent held alliance between Toll, Owens and Tranz Rail would have New Zealand publishing interests to John Fairfax Holdings

Fran O’Sullivan: Tranz Rail turns into the big engine that can’t
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Director John Loughlin, interim chief financial officer since The papers show that Tranz Rail’s advisers have suggested of some of the company’s key assets are


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