NZ elections 2017 – putting the case for not voting
We head towards a general election here in New Zealand in September. The capitalist National Party has been in power for three terms (ie since 2008; we have three-year terms here) and look headed for a fourth. The capitalist Labour Party is wallowing in the polls – 27% to National’s 47%.
Labour and National are basically the two cheeks of the one arse. Or, as a veteran leftist here put it back in the early 1990s, National are the front-stabbers and Labour are the back-stabbers.
I’m involved in a NZ-based blog called Redline and got interviewed on Hamilton local community radio – Hamilton is NZ’s fourth bggest city – to put the case for not voting:
Posted on July 14, 2017, in Economy and workers' resistance, Labour Party, Public events - Australia and New Zealand, Workers rights. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on NZ elections 2017 – putting the case for not voting.