(Apologies if you’ve already received this. Re-sending, as most didn’t).
The Compact for Migration? We all know it’s basically yet another control push by the UN…
Given all the countries that have pulled out to date, when is Jacinda Ardern going to stop dithering and take on board the fact that so many other democracies, including now our nearest neighbour Australia, have pulled out FOR GOOD REASON. Others are facing unrest by populations that have had enough of their governments making bad decisions…
Why can’t Jacinda look at the actual evidence? It’s incredible and unforgivable that the Labour coalition is still even considering signing this anti-the West, typical UN bureaucracy demand.
Winston is not distinguishing himself – and he will be toast by the next election if he doesn’t disassociate New Zealand First from it. He is already changing his tune – but instead of trying to constantly score points about National he should stop having five bob each way – because he obviously realises the implications for New Zealand… if this is one more UN Diktat inflicted on us. So it’s time for him to plainly say so.
Naturally Helen Clark backs it – one of the best reasons for our rejecting it, considering Clarke’s vision was, and probably still is for a One World government to which individual countries are supposed to yield sovereignty. Remember how she destroyed the combat wing of our Air Force – to Australia’s incredulity? Can you imagine the Australians ever allowing a leader with such an obvious agenda to destroy a vital part of their defence force?
Why did New Zealanders wake up so late? At least, the evidence is that they are increasingly doing just this, that attitudes are changing and that the electorate is increasingly fed up with being basically ruled by leaders whose competence is more than questionable. Either that or their interests are not the same as those of the country at large. And wouldn’t that be considered subversion?
We are buying new planes with surveillance and combat capabilities. Miss Clark won’t like that? And now she is back in the country, from the Beehive come reports that she is constantly stirring the pot.
Time to let go, Helen… or just go…
This UN push is a yet another socialist/ Communist vision, and Miss Ardern looks to be a big fan of Miss Clark. She also likes to call people Comrade.
We don’t need fellow-travellers running this country. The decision should be made by New Zealanders – for New Zealanders – not by left-wing political parties for a now thoroughly discredited UN – with a record of choosing the most oppressive countries in the world to head the Human Rights Organisations. That really says everything.
As for heading off to Morocco to oversee the signing of something whose meaning is perfectly clear, reading the text – we’re all tired of expensive jaunts for which we all pay – while the political class burn up carbon credits jetting here and there, inventing more and more fuel and other taxes for the rest of us.
Haven’t we all had enough?
© Amy Brooke – http://www.100days.co.nz