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Submitted by strypes
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 11:00pm


Then consider this a bug report. I initially posted without logging in. The site told me my comment was being held in a moderation queue, and the comment did not appear on the thread. That's why I logged in to post the comment, and added the bit to which you are replying.

For the record I'm also talking about a pattern of abuses of editorial privelges that I've seen happening on the site for a while. A couple of examples off the top of my head; Tim Wikiriwhi's articles...

Submitted by Anony (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 10:08pm

as someone said on kiwiblog - It’s becoming apparent this has all been a Megaupfuck.

Submitted by Anonymous Unity Jack (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 6:17pm


       They were active around Oliver Cromwell's time and were a English Commune,

one of the first groups in the 'workers commonwealth' to actively resist landlords from

fencing in and taking over, ownership of what were originally large tracts of land

held in common by villages. 

 (1)In 1649 to St. George's Hill...

Submitted by AnonymousUSER (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 5:40pm

As much as I dislike Key, he's worth $50M, not earning $50M, and he donates his entire PM Salary to charity.

Submitted by kerry
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 4:59pm

What are you talking about Strypey? Anonymous comments have never been or are not at the present time moderated before they appear. 

Submitted by strypes
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 4:27pm

@Anonymous User

You claim that you understand the water analogy, then you claim that the reason some people work minimum wage jobs is because they haven't tried enough to become the CEO of the corporation they work for. That's like trying to pour 100 litres of water into a 0.1 litre cup, and telling all the water that doesn't fit that it's not motivated enough. Can you tell me how society would work if everyone who worked hard became a manager?


Submitted by strypes
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 3:39pm

Because you've made an attempt to respond intelligently to my comment, I'm going to apologise for calling you an "Anonymous Coward". You've clearly got a very different way of seeing the world to me, and to most of the people who regularly post on Indymedia. So either we've got a lot to learn from you, or you've got a lot to learn from us. Maybe a bit of both.

How about you set up an account, and comment regularly? You don't have to use your real name (very few of the people who post...

Submitted by jacob77712 (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 2:42pm

give you an example john key earns 50 million he puts this into a family trust and only has to pay 70000 because we have no capital gains tax need i say more

Submitted by jacob77712 (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 2:39pm

No one milks their condition on a sickness benefit , as someone who has had 13 blood transfusions i resent this, i also have worked twenty years and now due to  two lots of surgery and the pain i get from it  it makes me unable to work full-time , however i do volunteer work half a day a week and hope my condition will improve, Put your name and adress you red neck and stand behind  your words instead of puting others down.

Submitted by k. (not verified)
 on Monday, 24 September 2012 - 11:58am

Maybe your friend should pay better then??