Maori Party welcomes Susan Cullen into the fold

Susan Cullen

Susan Cullen

A week is a long time in politics. The saying rings true as the Maori Party, who were critical of the Mana Movement’s involvement with millionaire Kim Dotcom’s Internet Party conjure up a millionaire of their own.

Our friends called, asking the question “Who is Susan Cullen?”

Let us fill you in…

She’s a rich b1tch who rorted a massive $74.2 million during her stint at the Wananga o Aotearoa. Of course it is no coincidence either that her father, Rongo Wetere, was the Wananga’s ‘big cheese’ at the time —no coincidence at all. (like a Tui’s ad, yeah right!)

Of course, one wonders about the size of the kickbacks received by Mr Wetere while he was raining down buckets of cash all over his own daughter —that must have have been astounding!

The Maori king was so impressed by Cullen’s ability to rip off an organization at such a scale that he convinced Cullen to serve as a director on his own shonky charity, the Ururangi Trust, and help him to rip off the Tainui tribe in similar fashion.

She did take a seat on his board, but the Maori king’s propensity to lose large sums of cash astounded even her. She gave the king a nice excuse and quit the job after just 3 months.

Now the Maori Party have taken her on for the upcoming election. Lets see how that goes —it might be amusing. More

Mana & Dotcom making waves, John Key running scared

MAORI-PARTY-EXCLUSIVE-DINNER-JOHN-KEYJohn Key and the Nats have been spooked by the potential marriage between Mana and Dotcom’s Internet Party… making Key more desperate than ever to lock in the support of his friends over at the Maori Party… at a cost of $5,000 per seat!

What a stark contrast between Mana’s Harawira hitchhiking at the side of the highway, and a 5-grand-a-pop meet and greet with Key hosted by the Maori Party at a ‘gentlemen’s club’ that only a generation ago refused entry to women and ‘niggas’ (Maori & similar cheeky darkies).

Check out the clip over at 3 News: Prime Minister fundraising for Maori Party.

And another awesome expose by the Native Affairs team: COME DINE WITH KEY.