Are Minister’s influence peddling State homes in Glenn Innes

avatr Mana News editor Joe Trinder


Influence peddling is the illegal practice of using one’s influence in government or connections with persons in authority to obtain favours or preferential treatment for another, usually in return for payment.

Whenever I ask these simple questions, Peniaphobic Tory’s with a fear of the poor people get enraged with accusations of conspiracy theories, as though I killed kittens for asking legitimate questions of this blatant conflict of interest. The Tamaki housing group have claimed the  Tamaki redevelopment Co Ltd are like pigs at the trough selling themselves HNZ state assets, after evicting the current housing New Zealand tenants from land owned by the tax payer.

Here are a few questions the Ministers might want to ask themselves. I implore the disciples of hate blogs to contain their outrage, before making ridiculous allegations these are questions nothing more.

  1. Are Ministers enriching their “friends” by offering backhander’s of cheap property while evicting State Housing tenants in Glen Innes?
  2. Are Ministers using preferential treatment of confiscated State housing properties and offering them to “friends” and not the original tenants?
  3. Why is Housing New Zealand offering state housing tenants to move into their “friends”  private housing, with offers they will subsidize the remainder of expensive housing at the cost of the taxpayer?
  4. Can the Ministers confirm the evicted HNZ Tenants forced into their “friends” private housing that was previously state property will receive subsidies for the remainder of their tenancy?
  5. What housing security is in place to prevent  their “friends” ruthlessly evicting the former HNZ Tenants in 6 months from now?
  6. Why are Government Ministers even the major shareholders in a limited liability company?
  7. Why is a limited liability company given authority of law enforcement to evict State housing tenants?
  8. Why does the former chair of the GI Business association Murdoch Dryden own the majority of the properties in Glenn Innes?
  9. Why isn’t Murdoch Dryden hundreds of properties of interest to the Tamaki redevelopment Co Ltd instead of helping themselves to state assets.
  10. If there is a housing crisis in Glenn Innes why are their so many houses left dormant without Tenants?
  11. Are housing New Zealand homes public property paid by generations of Tax payers not intended to be offered to a limited liability company?
  12. Is the confiscation of water view State Housing social cleansing to gentrify a National voting electorate a conflict of interest.