2000- $2 million, 2001- $4 million 2002- $3.9 million 2003- $5 million 2004- $11 million 2005- $16 million 2006- $10.8 million 2007- $12.5 million 2008- $12.5 millionWishart also claimed-
It isn’t just the UNDP that sees similar spikes of our cash flowing into UN coffers, The UNFPA got about US$770k in 2001 but a whopping US$3.7 million in 2004 and then US$5.2 million in 2005, the figure dropped back to $2.7 million in 2006 and 2007.
Same goes for UNICEF. US$1.6 million in 2001 and US$5 million in 2005.
He went on to speculate-
Is Helen buying insurance for herself before each election?
This is even more alarming when you look at our contributions beside Australia’s. Wishart says that on a pro-rata basis our contributions should be about a fifth of Australia’s, but in fact in each case listed we have contributed more.
It looks on the surface that Helen Clark has used her position as Prime Minister to effectively buy herself a job and to buy it with our money. It seems that Helen Clark has an unhealthy appetite for stealing our money to buy things like elections and high paying jobs for herself.