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BREAKING NEWS - Prime Minister John Key resigns

Why did he resign?

"I've taken the knife to some other people, and now I've taken the knife to myself'"

He has disgraced the name of New Zealand by not doing the RIGHT THING -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzKm...ature=youtu.be AND

Read the seven letters to him, pleading that he does the right thing - instead, he allows his Chief Executive to discriminate against one nationality by TAXING 100% their CPF savings because he had already collected his CPF savings from the Singapore government TAX-FREE - https://cpfisnotapensionfund.wordpress.com/2016/01/

Stepping down is certainly doing the right thing for blemishing the name of New Zealand.

The Chief Executive of Ministry of Social Development should also fall down on his sword because he was the instigator of this discrimination against one nationality and is the cause of John Key's downfall FOR NOT DOING THE RIGHT THING - after all, watch the news video - John Key's voice was emotional and broken up - did he resign on his own accord? Who would want to resign if you are at the top of the National dungheap - nothing could shake his popularity - not increased homelessness, not inflated house prices, not poorer health services, not rampant burglaries, rapes, assaults and the closing of police stations throughout the country, NOTHING!

The writing on the wall: A post-truth postscript

Key spotted the social deal getting wonky.

By Hamish Keith

Poverty, inequality, racism, human rights, fault lines in the health system, tremors in education: all those things we took for granted as making New Zealand a decent place are beginning to wobble. The protective armour of the attitude of “if it is not my problem, it is not a problem” is wearing thin. (i.e. John Key had already collected his TAX-FREE CPF savings so it is alright for the Chief Executive of the New Zealand Ministry of Social Development to TAX 100% the CPF savings of Singaporeans) .
Those concerns are gathering influential voices: the families of the Pike River dead, the Human Rights Commissioner, judges. The crowd at Belshazzar’s party is hearing what the writing on the wall actually says.

Ref: http://www.noted.co.nz/currently/pol...ise-departure/

John Key is a smart man. He is not waiting around until the wall falls on him.