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Thu 18th May 2017

Colin Craig and Cameron Slater

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 8:38 pm

If either were my child, I’d definitely want a God to pray to for an explanation.

Apparently they’re both in the Auckland High Court exercising their Christian principals and suing each other for defamation. They deserve each other, they’re a couple of spoilt brats, and equally a waste of good skin.

Colin Craig the former Conservative Party Leader and Cameron Slater better known as Whale Oil the blogger were both warned by Justice Toogood about the judiciary not being an endless expanse of time and money, and to get on with it.

Of course,

there’s been many a good scrap that started over a woman, and no exception here, with these two shadow-boxing over Rachael MacGregor’s tits. Neither probably has, both obviously want to, but instead they’re trying to fuck each other over.

Slater saying that he didn’t believe the relationship between Craig and MacGrgor was consensual but possibly the result of a power imbalance.

“If I was a female employee getting letters commenting on my breasts, saying how beautiful I was, I wouldn’t have gone to the Human Rights Commission, I would have gone to The Police.”

Well, fuck me! Who needs a Labour Party to start a Sex Court, when we can all sit at home and watch this.

Yes, self-appointed inquisitorial-judge SomeoneSlatedHer (and former editor of The Truth) has taken it upon himself to give Rachael her, was-it-consensual, day in court, even after she took the financial opportunity, and got a settlement of more than a 100k for her trouble.

If you’re not familiar with the story, Rachel MacGregor is the former press secretary of the Conservative Party from the last election, when Colin Craig was its waxing lurical leader, who besoted by the blonde babe in their office, started writing her … some poetry.

It’s a feminist dream, proposed by the Labour Party, seconded by the National Party (Slater is the son of a former party president and a prime minister’s little buddy) and stage managed by the Conservatives.

9 Responses to “Colin Craig and Cameron Slater”

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Hello men,
    Just want you to know that I really appreciate your site.
    I also want you to know that I am disgusted by my fellow women’s antics. Their nonsense grieves me and is unacceptable to me. I am doing the best with my life to fight the injustices against our precious men – but I’m only a woman.
    May God help you.

  2. Man X Norton says:

    Thank you Jacqueline

  3. MurrayBacon says:

    Bloody men…..

    there’s been many a good scrap that started over a woman, and no exception here, with these two shadow-boxing over Rachael MacGregor’s tits. Neither probably has, both obviously want to, but instead they’re trying to fuck each other over.

    Should be a warning, might laugh yourself to death!

  4. MurrayBacon says:

    Dear Jacqueline, thank you for your comments. I suggest that you are not just “a woman”, but if you choose to speak on these issues, you may find (from the outrage) that you do have more “power” than the average man.

    The same is true on other issues, where men are willing to advocate for “women’s” issue, they may have more influence.

    So discussion, cooperation and working together can yield more productive ways of going forward.

  5. Downunder says:

    @Murray

    I find the gender bias intolerable – it’s not like we ever got around to wallet implants for the blokes.

  6. Evan Myers says:

    @4 it may be that Jacqualine has a different view of women – one where a woman sticks with her man through thick and thin, well aware of the thickness of his head and the thinness of his excuses.

  7. MurrayBacon says:

    Dear Downunder, please educate me further.

  8. Downunder says:

    What we know of our homes, is what we see in our nation.
    What we know of our women, is what we see in our homes.
    But still we scratch our heads, and know, not what to do.

  9. Evan Myers says:

    @1 I don’t know, Jaqueline, if Jesus had died for the sin of women too, the resurrection … might have been more than a weekend job.

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