Recent examples include:
- The Wanganui River is a ‘person’
- The sponsoring of anti-Israeli motions in the United Nations
- Un-elected race based elites on local Councils
1. The Wanganui is a ‘person’ legislation has made National a laughing stock throughout the land, but it is no joke. Because the law works on precedent now that the Wanganui River is a person it follows that any ‘thing’ can be a person. This includes all natural resources, all infrastructure, everything in fact that is inanimate and mute. But in order to be classed as a ‘person’ inanimate objects must, like puppets or cartoons, be given animation and a voice. Whoever pulls the strings is the master while the entity becomes the slave. The law says there is only one master in this relationship and it is Maori. This is no innocuous piece of legislation. It is now an established precedent for racial supremacy and the establishment of a master race.
2. The anti-Jewish sentiment in National is strong. There was no need for New Zealand to sponsor a motion in the United Nations that would hurt the only democracy in the Middle East, the Jewish state of Israel. Murray McCully did so willingly and with enthusiasm. This is well documented here. https://www.whaleoil.co.nz/tag/murray-mccully/
3. National has inserted draconian last minute changes into its Resource Management Act legislation that are profoundly anti-democratic and entirely based on racial discrimination. Democracy Action makes this clear in their latest newsletter.
The iwi clauses in the Bill will virtually entrench co-governance and partnership obligations, undermining the basic democratic principles of local government.
Besides the obvious implications for democracy, there is much to be concerned about in the details. Provisions in the RLAB threaten to:
· Place councils in an invidious position whereby they may be obliged to enter into a number of Iwi Participation Agreements, an offer they are unable to refuse. The way Subpart 2 of the bill is worded, iwi authorities could separately or jointly, serially or simultaneously, invite Council into negotiations. As Auckland Council recognises 19 iwi, the end result could be anywhere between one and nineteen Iwi Participation Agreements in Auckland. To complicate matters further the Bill mentions provision for hapū to also enter into participation arrangements with local authorities, which could increase even more the number of ‘Agreements’.
· Weaken individual property rights, just as we have seen in Auckland with the requirement for “cultural impact assessments”, and reduce the rights of councils in dealing with council property.
· Give iwi critical advantages of exclusive prior notice, as well as direct input and discussion, while nothing is proposed to protect non-iwi citizens against the abuse of these privileges.
· Entrench the terms of the Iwi Participation Agreements in perpetuity. The provisions make it clear that a Council may not withdraw from or require amendment of an agreement, not even to protect citizens or councils from abuse of powers and procedures. The Agreements, once in force, cannot be altered or terminated except by mutual agreement.
Such provisions will achieve exactly the opposite of what was intended in RMA reform by complicating the decision making and slowing the process. There will also be increased costs, both to the Council, and therefore the ratepayers, and to individual citizens.
We're asking all of our supporters to take a moment to email National Party Members of Parliament about the Bill. You can use this page to send an email. Alternatively, you can call the Prime Minister's office on (04) 817 6800 and let his staff know what you think about the Bill.
- Racial supremacy
- Racial discrimination – especially against Jews
- Increased state power through regulation
- Dismantling of democracy
- Political correctness
In 1933 Victor Klemperer, a Jewish academic in Dresden, made the following entry in his diary on February 21: "It [state control] is a disgrace that gets worse with every day that passes. And there's not a sound from anyone. Everyone's keeping his head down." This is how political correctness works. It seeks to silence the populace. It's instrument in New Zealand is the Human Rights Commission.
It is impossible to escape the parallels between doing business under in 1933 Germany and the "compassionate," "responsible," and regulated "capitalism" of the N.Z. economy today. At least the German government was frank enough to give the right name to its system of control.
The only party opposing all this is NZ First. If you value democracy there is only one choice in this year's election.