The Mana Movement is planning for the 2017 election and Kim Dotcom could be involved, leader Hone Harawira says.
Mr Harawira lost his Te Tai Tokerau seat to Labour’s Kelvin Davis and Mana’s alliance with the Dotcom backed Internet Party only gained 1.26 percent of the party vote in September’s election. . .
The election result gave me faith in democracy and one of the best illustrations of that was voters in Te Tai Tokerau who voted Davis in as their MP.
By doing so they saved us all from the electoral rort that Harawira, Dot Com, Laila Harre and their fellow travellers tried to inflict on us with their unholy and hypocritical alliance under the Internet Mana Party banner.
Harawira’s willingness to work with Dotcom again shows he doesn’t understand that.
He will find it much harder to campaign without the salary and allowances he had as an MP and party leader in parliament.
He’ll be further handicapping himself if he enlists Dotcom’s help again.