There have been few political stories that have disturbed us more than the Tale from the Whale on the selection of the National Candidates for Rodney.
Anyone who supports centre right policies needs the read all of the information that Cameron has compiled on this issue.
It appears that we have a former South African who has inveigled himself in National Party politics, who has links to the more extreme far right political parties of his homeland.
We support centre right politics - sort of bright blue with a yellow Act border. And as the National Party is the dominant vehicle for our politics of choice then we support them. However our support for the party will end if something is not done to remove Cehill Pienaar from the Party.It is clear he is using the same bully boy tactics that were favoured by the parties he supported in S.A.
We think that the chances of him changing his political spots are about the same odds of Japan wining the Rugby World Cup.
He is the sort of wart on a political party, that espouses sensible politics, that needs to be frozen off.
He is very much the white version of Hone Harawira.
There will be criticism from the silly corners of the National Party for Whales exposure of this this prick. The National Party should be grateful that the Whale has shed light on the background of this awful man before he has too much influence on the party if he hasn't already.
It is probably the best political story Whale has done to date. It's the sort of story that if it was packaged in the mainstream media would have been a dead cert to win a Qantas media award.
There is little of the hyperbole everyone expects from Whale, he has written the story and backed it up with good information sources. The fact he is treating the story this way is probably a reflection of how disturbed he is by it.
So our challenge to the National Party is; get your head out of your arse and get rid on this racist arsehole. He does not reflect the National party policies that underpin a the sort of New Zealand we want.
He is a hater and a wrecker, and maybe worse.
We think that we speak for many people who support National Party politics - sort this mess out decisively for the sake of the party and indeed the country.
Doing nothing is not an option.