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Deadbeat female political leader introduces historical sex comment allegation to save her job.

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 1:44 am Thu 25th November 2021

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Its all about a woman who is about to lose her job to a man. The course this woman has decided to take is to attempt to ruin a mans future over an allegation alone.

Judith Collings, a woman who has the lowest political polling’s for a National leader I can recall, clearly feeling threatened by Simon Bridges for the leadership, decides to demote Bridges for an allegation of a historical sexual comment made to a female MP Jacqui Dean 5 years ago.

Collings says she had unanimous support from the board to demote Bridges but other National party sources say there was no vote.

Collings says Bridges alleged comments to Dean has caused ongoing distress.

Is Collings trying to oust Bridges for no other reason she is about to be rolled?

Is Jacqui Dean playing along with Collings for her own political future?

Has Collings held the allegation over Bridges for 5 years if he challenges?

Is Judith Collings a blackmailer and a liar?

Is Jacqui Dean a woman who is seeking to secure her future by throwing a man under a bus with an aligation of a historical single comment?

Allegations are simply that and nothing more.


  1. Both Collins and Dean have had visible meltdowns in their careers. Dean was pushed sideways because she made herself irrelevant whereas Collins had more substance in her career to fall back on.

    This charade is about the Mother of Parliament, about victimhood and how Bridges is damaging me like she did Dean 5 years ago and I’ll suffer 5 years old Hell like Dean has.

    Call it a women card, but Collins having done the damage has backed off serious misconduct and called it a matter of principle.

    If you’re a man, your ‘crimes’ are never forgotten. I don’t think many people will appreciate this as a valuable style of democratic politics. The National Board may have supported disciplining Bridges but if they unanimously voted for this National will die with Collins.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Thu 25th November 2021 @ 10:25 am

  2. Vote of no confidence and Collins is removed.

    It shows there are still people who will not put up with women behaving in the manner which she did.

    Comment by Lukenz — Thu 25th November 2021 @ 4:45 pm

  3. It appears more likely that Bridges was the messenger asking her to go quietly and Collins took it out on Bridges for being the organiser.

    In which case the vote of no confidence had already been decided and wasn’t a reflection of what Collins did to Bridges.

    For some reason Bridges has taken several phone from Dean today which is probably somewhat reflective on the sanity of the situation.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Thu 25th November 2021 @ 6:23 pm

  4. Watch out, even a slightly crude comment, can offend.

    Maybe Judith knew she was going.
    The interesting period of time, is up to knowing what was said.
    It is full of innuendo, of a sexual nature.
    Articles were written, without telling us.
    He may have done an actual, bad thing.

    I discussed this with my partner.
    What the joke was, and it’s history of events.
    That Bridges got fired.
    She replied “ It’s about time they got themselves a man with some balls, and tell these women where to go.”
    I don’t think that’s politically correct.

    If you fling mud, and it doesn’t stick.
    It was dirt, not mud.

    We often talk about perjury, and male job loss.
    The accusation, simply isn’t true.
    So we respond in contempt, if we find out, it’s a lie.
    This is similar, in that he got fired.
    But the accusation while true, simply looks petty.

    Bridges was lucky to escape so easy.

    The normal male, with no media watching them.
    Is subject to both wrongs.
    The perjury, and the petty.
    Months waiting, for court time, and legal fees.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Thu 25th November 2021 @ 11:44 pm

  5. I don’t think it was an easy escape for Simon Bridges. He has taken an unnecessary and unwarranted hit, came out bruised. Will he lose votes? I don’t think so. Will he gain votes? I say yes.

    A male leader will never get the hardline, demented feminist vote. Hardline feminists are just a mean hate group, not interested in equality or justice at any level. All they are interested in is laws or policy that give them a free pass in terms of justice, employment, free medical for female only problems, the rights to take a mans property and children. The right to destroy a man without a trial. Forgetful that each man, each boy has a mother who wants their child to be protected from this hate group.

    I am hopeful there is now a group a people in Parliament who recognise, who won’t stand for what Collins did, still proud of what she did.

    Bridges will likely be the minister of justice. I thought Shane Reti stock went up, Chris Luxon is needed to take charge of the now destroyed economy, David Seymour and his team in the mix somewhere.

    The point is all men to the rescue of what is now a buggered economy, to out a sitting female PM who is unqualified, has put family against family in terms of jabed, unjabed with Judith Collins out in the political wilderness for lying and trying to destroy a mans life to save her job.

    I would like to see all MP’s remember they are public servants employed, paid for by the public to serve the public (including men) and leave feminist ideology at the door.

    Comment by Lukenz — Fri 26th November 2021 @ 7:55 am

  6. I guess few would congratulate Collins for anything.
    But I will, for these things.
    She has survived a long time in politics.
    And worked many long years, trying to do a good job.
    Even her family, came under scrutiny.
    It does take a high functioning person, to do what she has done.
    To survive, the media machine.
    She also showed in a genuine way, gender is irrelevant.
    She got the job, on merits.

    She can choose to stay, or to go.
    Life is not only politics, and she has done her fair share.
    Or retire into a backbench role.
    If national became government, next election.
    Experienced MPs are important.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sun 28th November 2021 @ 3:14 pm

  7. Sure, everyone deserves to be recognised for their merits.

    I’m a firm supporter of that as I am of not promoting anyone above their level of expertise.

    Now, if you support Collins remaining in politics let alone the National Party you should realise this is the sick politics the country is railing against.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Sun 28th November 2021 @ 7:52 pm

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