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Gaurav Sharma expelled from Labour Party caucus

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Vote was 61-1-1, Hamilton West MP has not decided if he will continue as an Independent.

Speaking to media after the vote, Sharma said:

‘No one wanted to talk about how we’d arrived at that point – the fact I had some serious concerns regarding bullying. the fact that I’ve said there needs to be an independent investigation, first of all against the person who’s bullied me, but also an independent investigation against me, if anyone has raised any serious concerns from my side.

‘When I tried to present the facts of the employment issues, and I just want to clarify right from the beginning that I was the one who raised concerns about my staff, not the other way around. The whips got involved because I raised concerns regarding my staff, and that’s when the bullying from the whips started.

‘In some ways it was expected.

‘The simplest two questions I keep repeating are why isn’t there an independent investigation against me to see if I have actually bullied staff as people have claimed, and why isn’t there an independent investigation against Kieran McAnulty? Because he should also get the chance to clear his name. From my end, things are black and white, all the evidence is there.’

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14 COMMENTS

  1. Yes! Take them to court, and demand as part of the settlement that Parliament be dissolved, and new snap elections take place immediately!
    After the snap election, those who perpetrated the NWO / WEF / Ghebressus Monkey Pox and Covid lies be prosecuted under the Nuremburg Code, just as one Children’s Health Defense subscribers are getting ready to do!
    Fluuuuuuten……

  2. Jabcinda claimed and lied ‘No decision has been made”. The caucus meeting is simply a rubber stamp of what was decided weeks ago. The smear army and some of the low life woke media mercenaries from MSM will start fooling us on thois because public memory is short.

  3. Jabcinda will be tearing her hair out today (hopefully). Her favourite pet hate knocking on the doorstep and upstanding Sharma, a rare Labour member with intellectual integrity. (Another 60 of them they may be able to form an executive govt.)

    She has klled off 20+ years of practical govt. The Public Service has been dismissed and replaced with contracting sycophants.
    Govt is about doi not hui. At the heart of that is a practical Public Service who continue independently of the govt of the day but uphold the nature of the State.

    Three waters– will that bring anything other than inter-tribal strife? Isn’t it treasonous?
    Do we need to get Labour MP’s seats fitted with ejection pods?

  4. Never felt such scorn for Labour and contempt for Jacinda Adern as I do now.

    I voted for and was a member of the Labour Party for nearly 20 years.

    • Dont worry they are now Labour in name only.Ardern put the business interests of capitalists (Pfizer)way ahead of everything,and to hell with the working class.Wasting money on Ukraine to support US corporate war profiteers,doesnt sound very Labour to me

  5. I will be taking part in the general referendum to be held late 2023 where most of the sitting Labour MPs will be expelled.

  6. Please correct me if I am wrong!
    Quote from The Prime Minister and leader of Labour party
    “We are the only source of Truth”
    F@@k me!! Look what happens when a Labour person tells the truth!
    He’s made out to be a liar!!
    Really confusing!!!
    Hipocrazy I say?
    What do you reckon??

  7. Well dear Doctor, the floor is yours. Make the nation proud and spill dem beans. You know, the really good stuff we’re all hanging out for..

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