When the targeting of children to indoctrinate them – emotionally and mentally – and to sexually disturb them – has become a major focus of the far Left in this country, then a major social crime has been committed. https://spectator.com.au/2021/06/a-great-badness-is-abroad/
Under Jacinda Ardern’s stewardship or, more accurately, presiding over and basically ruling this country, then the very concept of democracy, let alone its actual reality, has been mortally wounded.
What sort of opposition can we hope for when what is fundamentally cultural Marxism has now well and truly come into its own, with her determined promotion of divisiveness, separateness, and identity politics – the classic material of Marxist, i.e Communist tactics.
Surely a strong reaction from the Opposition?
Then why is that not happening?
National, the major party in opposition, is at present led by Judith Collins, who is largely lacklustre on these issue – rather than taking up the banner of by far most New Zealanders who want no part of this undermining of our country. The majority, including most of part-Maori descent, are very much at odds with Ardern’s backing of plans for not only eventual radicalised-only, part-Maori co-governance – but of the right of veto by this small minority of extremists over everything affecting this country, in all areas, including the economy, health, education, the environment, legislation, the replacing of the English language as far as possible by te reo – most if it now by no means authentic Maori – and unelected, undemocratic but paid representation on local councils throughout the country.
In fact, a small handful of fighting National MPs, apparently kept in line by the party machine – including Simon Bridges, Paul Goldsmith, Chris Bishop, Simon O’Connor and David Bennett – now appear to be constrained from speaking out individually, in conscience. The result is National becoming a damp squib.
The theory now is that Chris Luxon would be better.
Where is the evidence? And how much faith would the country have in a John Key protégé – the former Prime Minister who long denied there was any housing shortage in Auckland; whose perceivedly over-close relationship with Communist Chinese-backed interests in this country caused concern; who apparently obligingly favoured removing the Union Jack from our flag; and who is on record as being enthusiastic about Xi Jinping’s rule over China – the country whose tyrannized citizens have now become possibly the most repressed in the whole world?
National’s former leadership coup didn’t work out so well. Todd Muller, the protégé of former Prime Minister, Jim Bolger – regarded by some as not among the most intelligent of our former leaders – also didn’t work out well. And with former left-wing Prime Minister, Helen Clark, reportedly a mentoring presence for Jacinda Ardern, whose policies are even more extreme than those of her claimed teacher, there is a feeling abroad that it would be more appropriate for former leaders to stop clinging onto the edges of power – and to retire, whether gracefully or not, from its ongoing temptations.
The media took umbrage at one of National’s best fighters, Simon Bridges, using the tactics of clever photography by reproducing him in awkward poses, at distorting angles – and, as the media so often do, by operating as virtually fifth columnists, bringing about his displacement. While he has been by no means consistent on all the important issues of the day, wrongly over-liberal in retreating from some of his most supported conservative beliefs, Bridges is still capable of being a far more effective leader of the National Party. In reality it was basically the arrival of Covid-19 which sent sky-higher Ardern’s previous, merely average poll results.
No opposition MP, given her adroit manipulation of the media and well-managed projection of both the concepts of caring and well-being, paralleled with the promotion of fear, as a result of the pandemic, would have had a chance at the time in the polls against her.
However, the tide is turning , and the country has taken a battering. Moreover, there is worse ahead, given the almost fanatical, basically ridiculous and destructive recommendations of the Climate Change Commission.
But among the most wounded have been the country’s children.
The unforgivable, blatant indoctrination and untruths proposed to be taught to captive schoolchildren in the proposed new history curriculum has begun to stir the public into a long overdue reawakening.
Culpably, it has taken far too long, given the unforgivable attacks on our children.
However, New Zealanders are at last perhaps taking on board that it is individual action above all that counts – both in the protection of children – and in the fight to claim back our country.
© Amy Brooke
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