Co-governance is a serious political problem
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A bit about me.
I am hugely excited to be doing this. Really, it’s a privilege to stand up for one’s country.
I am a New Zealander, and have been here for 60 plus years. I have witnessed New Zealand slowly change over those years, and it’s all downhill, particularly the last 10 years, and then more particularly the last 6 years since Ardern came to power.
I was a trained school teacher and have a Master’s in Educational Psychology. I was a Massey Scholar when I did my Master’s degree. I also have a Bachelor of Theology degree.
After teaching, I then went on to direct a Christian Charity for 25 years, travelling the world training people. I learnt to speak before crowds, and enjoy this immensely.
For the past decade I had been developing an accommodation business in the Bay of Islands.
Iwi involvement in the consent process has unnecessarily cost me 10’s of thousands of dollars. The RMA needs to be scrapped. The high cost of getting a consent has become ridiculous and unnecessary. Red tape is choking development and progress.
Media and local council bias in favour of Iwi (i.e. co-governance) has made things worse. Ironically, he biggest losers with co-governance are Maori, and this web site explains why.
We have been misreported by media a few times, so I am speaking from personal experience.
Corruption and apartheid is now deeply entrenched in the MSM.
The more co-governance rolls on, the worse it’s going to get.
Yet, it’s these experiences that have pushed me into politics.
So really you could say I am an author, teacher, speaker, leader, tourist operator and journalist. And now add ‘political activist’ to the list.
I have always loved leadership. In fact, I won my first job as a school principal after only two years of teaching.
For many years various people who didn’t know each other suggested I should enter politics, but I never really seriously entertained the idea because I was busy with other endeavours.
But the current political situation has got my attention, for all the wrong reasons, and it just can’t be ignored.
I know you feel the same. New Zealand is too beautiful a country to be trashed, which is what is happening right now.
Essentially, “co-governance” is code for “a coup”. It’s a take-over of our country. Right now, it feels like we are living in an occupied country.
Not unlike how Ukrainians would feel about the Russian invasion.
One of the things I want to organise is some face to face meetings with people who are like minded in wanting to stop co-governance.
There is nothing more powerful than being in the same room with like-minded people, learning from each other and about each other, brainstorming, and strategising.
I hope to do this regionally. If all else fails, we could do it through zoom. Contact me if that’s you.
I also want to organise national marches just prior to the election, and a road show from Invercargill to Cape Reinga, speaking in public halls. If you are in a small town, or suburb in a city, and can help organise for me to speak in your area, please get in touch.
Ok, that’s all for now. I had better get cracking for all the reasons detailed in this site.
Yours in the fight for our country.
Julian Batchelor M.ED (Hons), B.Th, Dip.T’ching
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