The Panama Papers: initial thoughts

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Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.
Please let John Key be involved in this.

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3 thoughts on “The Panama Papers: initial thoughts

  1. He is. New Zealand aids and abets tax-dodging schemes of the uber-rich and is thus a tax haven. By stating with calm equanimity that New Zealand is not a tax haven John Key is, at best, demonstrating a serious lack of ethical judgement or, at worst, trying to sweep it under the carpet.

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