In this post I address a statement from “rich prick” businessman Sir David Hay, whom I am in the process of suing for [to him] a paltry $1,500.00, who again said to me arrogantly, “I don’t understand . . .” among other choice patronising words after a recent court hearing. In the process of ‘helping him understand’, I describe how people who have more money than sense bully others to get their way, and why people like this ‘bro’ vehemently hate straight shooters like me when their real character is exposed. It’s the same old, age old problem of pride. Enjoy.
Sir David Hay along with his brothers inherited the wealth of multi-million dollar New Zealand businessman Keith Hay. He has retained these assets (which is a mean feat I might add, as many silver-spooners promptly lose their inheritance). He owns 100 or so commercial and rental properties according to him, under the company Roskill Properties Ltd.
I sued him in late 2018 because one of his staff, property manager Mr Alan Fenton didn’t honour an agreement and this cost me money. I did the honourable thing, attempted to meet with the ‘old man’ or to speak to him in the presence of his Pastor or Priest if he preferred, but he told me to “bugger off” so I had to either give up seeking justice or sue him.
That’s like some Swedish millionaire holding a loaded pistol to a randy sailor’s head and giving him the choice of marrying his beautiful blue-eyed virgin daughter or having his head blown off. I chose the latter option of course, as would most sailors I’m sure.
I don’t take kindly to arrogance or bullies especially when it is combined with ignorance and even more so when I’m the recipient of this kind of stupidity. “Fearless” is my middle name and cowards, crooks, crims & crazies like this dude are easy meat when all you deal with is logic and fact.
The case can be summarised as a breach of contract. The adjudicator wrote the standard issues in any conflict situation on the board:
- Was there a contract?
- If so, what were the agreed terms of that contract?
- Did the defendant breach any of those terms and if so which ones?
- Is the claim provable? In other words, how much did it cost?
From all of this the judge or adjudicator can then issue an order – “Mr Hay, you gotta pay Mr Smith $xxx” or, “Mr Smith you get nothing because you haven’t proven your case”.
My claim is that Alan Fenton and I engaged by discussing a tenancy matter, then we entered into an agreement which he would summarise by email when he got back to the office. In the meantime he changed his mind, changed the agreement unilaterally which cost us money and therefore the court case.
During the hearing, now into it’s third session (making probably six hours of nonsense) Sir David Hay has presented his case based on lies – from his tenant and from his staff. This is a very serious situation for this dude because he is a senior business leader with a reputation as a man of integrity – a Christian, a son of another senior businessman in his own time, on the Board of this and that, a Sir and more. In the recent hearing, in his written testimony this dude (whom I have previously shown to be a fool in the courtroom arena) stated that no agreement had been entered into – twice. He also slapped up two unsworn affidavits containing more lies, one containing a dozen errors of fact, which I will address shortly.
Lying in Court
So, getting to the crux of the matter after almost 4 hours of argey-bargey, I read the first lie back to this so-called man of integrity and asked him to his face if what he presented to the court was fact. Looking straight into my eyes in a recorded session in court, he said, “Yes!”
Gotcha Sir David Hay. You lied! BIG MISTAKE!
Then I read the second sentence out in court and looked him in the eye. “Do you stand by this statement (that there was no agreement) as true?”
This time though he was a little more evasive and pushed the blame out to his Property Manager who had signed the document. In a tricky move, probably a conscience-pricked attempt to push the blame out to another person (a subordinate) he said, “Well he signed it, didn’t he?” or something like that.
Now we’ve got two liars, Sir David Hay. EVEN BIGGER MISTAKE!
Look, I know that people lie all the time, arrogance makes them think they can get away with it, and that most do it to protect their monetary position usually for reasons of greed, but when someone is prepared to lie, that makes them a crook in my book.
We now move to the subject of bullying. Again, as with all ungodly, anti-social and self-destructive behaviour, bullying is rooted in human pride. It is the arrogance that we (the guy with the ‘rights’) have some form of right over another human being, thus we can justify coercion, aggression or other hurting behaviour.
Sir David Hay bullies overtly as well as indirectly, and this recent case has shown both sides of this. His staff member Alan Fenton has conspired with David to misrepresent reality to the court. In a signed statement Alan’s signature is attached to a lengthy document that comes in the name of the Defendant (Roskill Properties Ltd) in which the fact that no agreement was entered into (thus undermining our claim). Twice the lie is claimed in court that, “Mr Smith’s claim has no merit because no agreement was entered into.”
Alan Fenton works for David Hay. David Hay is losing a court case which will cost him money. David Hay does not like parting with his money, especially not to opinionated bloggers. You can see how this new testimony arose I am sure. Subtle coercion, you can bet your bottom dollar.
Overt bullying however is provable in the second example for at the court hearing (which was recorded) David Hay admitted that he wrote the letter and put in front of his tenant to sign, which he did. Not only that though in court Sir David Hay even talked about his tenant having to contribute to any losses if he incurred them! OMG!
It just so happened that the very morning of the case I popped in to see my mate the tenant to wish him Happy New Year and to catch up and he admitted to signing the affidavit that Sir Keith Hay asked him to. Listen to this though . . . Sir David Hay told him personally about a clause in his lease agreement where he (David Hay) had a right to claw back any losses incurred by his tenant. Holy Shmoley – this guy oozes stupidity!
I told the court that this affidavit contained a dozen lies and that it was signed under duress. Snap! Sir David . . . you cannot slap a document down in front of a tenant (who is also semi-literate BTW), threaten him with legal action against him if you lose your case against me, and then slap that down into a courtroom as evidence, unless you’re ignorant of legal processes. Did I use the word ignorant before this?
Sin takes us further, for longer and is far more costly than we ever predicted. God will not be mocked. The truth will always out and Sir David Hay will find that in decades to come, his children, grandchildren and perhaps even great-grand children will be reading this post, recalling in horror at the real conduct of their supposedly well-recognised, well-respected leader in the community.
There will be serious consequences for those that lied too . . . perjury is a crime, not just a civil matter. When you lie in court, you break the law, thus if convicted become a criminal. If I’m prepared to take on the corruption in Samoa right through to the Prime Minister Tuila’epa, you can be very sure that I will have absolutely no qualms about charging a man who has been knighted by politicians, or his staff or tenants with a crime under a private prosecution.
Sir David, ‘bro’, I know that you will be reading this . . . I told you when you bleated on to me on the way out of the courtroom while you were trying to scurry away back to your lair and that you didn’t understand, that one day you will. You will! Some of us “c*nts” live by principles and have no fear of rich dudes like you who seem to think that you have a right to bully others because you have money and can leverage your position over others for your own immoral purposes. I am not your tenant nor your employee. You have NOTHING on me. I have no fear of you or your power games. Some of us little people David, Sir, live by principle, stand for truth and justice instead of seeking the mighty dollar and some of us never give up – ever.
Watch sir, as your lies, games and evil compound, escalate and ensnare you like a dark fog, and as I told you to your face, you “go down”. Unless of course you humble yourself and do the honourable thing.
For everyone else, watch this space and expect more blogging once I have sufficient evidence to take action.
My Goodness some people are stupid aren’t they? It seems that having money doesn’t always correlate to common sense, truth or integrity does it?