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What The Fast Track Approvals Bill Tells Us About The Coalition? It's not working

What The Fast Track Approvals Bill Tells Us About The Coalition? It's not working

Reflecting on the Fast Track Approvals Bill, one of our supporters wrote the following which I thought was worthy of publishing for all to read:

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Reading through the Fast-track Approvals Bill in preparation for a submission, I found it difficult to conceive that this is a product of the National coalition rather than a co-governance, He Puapua promoting Ardern Labour Government.

Any influence from David Seymour or Winston Peters appears to be entirely absent.

How is this so? What happened to the stink that these two guys might have been expected to raise regarding proposed legislation so blatantly intent on enforcing iwi privilege.

Seymour’s Treaty Principles Bill also seems to have gone quiet. A wake up call that this National coalition is turning out to be a kind of fiscally more responsible carnation of Labour woke.

Not surprising with Mr ANZ diversity, te reo Luxon at the helm, but bloody disappointing to say the least that Seymour and Peters right now appear to have caved in with regards any kind of significant campaign against racial division.

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Another wrote:

Thank you for the information appearing in your email newsletter. I am astonished that people cannot see that we should all be treated equally regardless of ethnicity and supported based on need and need alone.

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Another wrote:

Dear Mr. Luxon, 

I’m very angry and disillusioned with you over the Waitangi Tribunal comments made by David and Shane.   I think a large part of the population would agree with them that the Tribunal is away past its use by date.
We have examples of these activist traitorous judges ignoring governments’ direction and making their own rules, which is not their job.
Instead of bowing down to the media and more or less saying David and Shane would be reprimanded, why were you not loyal to your coalition partners by saying l’ll talk to them about it when l get home?
It looks really bad when you criticize members of government in public. Talking to them in private is the only way it should be done.
I’m sure you know the Tribunal is an expensive waste of space but you’re not tough enough to admit it.  Stop trying to keep everyone happy,  it can’t be done.  We need straight talking with as few words as possible.
And stop accepting bad manners from the media.
Teach them how to treat you.
It isn’t hard to do.
Remember that loyalty to your coalition partners,  you should all be on the same wavelength.
The looney left will be rapt to see what looks like a division in the coalition, don’t let this be seen in public.  I want to see your government here for a long time.  What would help that is expunging co-governance.  Remember you said in your election campaign you would.
Yours sincerely,
Gordon

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Another wrote

Our traditional system of democracy is not suitable to Maori Iwi because it represents a system of checks and balances such as the Audit Office, Serious Fraud Office, Police and the likes, these go against the tenets of tribalism vs. accountability. Comprende?

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Another wrote

The Waitangi Tribunal has outlived its usefulness and should be abolished. At the same time the 7 Maori seats should be disestablished. There is no place for these racist institutions in a modern NZ democracy.

Another

Dear Christopher Luxon,

I think that you have now had long enough to be evaluated as both a politician and as a Prime Minister.

You are the leader of a centre left government which is shedding support day by day.

Your latest outburst to publicly criticize ministers Shane Jones and David Seymour for their remarks about the Waitangi Tribunal show clearly that you are, as you probably always were, tone deaf to what the great majority of the population on New Zealand has been saying for some considerable time now.

NOW is the time to abolish the Treaty of Waitangi tribunal.

You seem completely deaf to the opposition to the Maori take-over of the country as clearly delineated in the He Pua Pua document. This, if it continues in the way that it has so far developed, can do nothing but lead to internal violence and some form of civil war.

No sensible person wants any form of that.

National as a party have been responsible for an incredible share of this apartheid drift with the Bolger government giving the bed of Lake Taupo to the local tribe as also happened also in Rotorua. The last Key led National government were stupid enough to sign the UNDRIP agreement and also to make the continuing claims on our entire seabed and foreshore the festering wound that it is becoming. Minister Finlayson was a disaster as we are now seeing. You must ensure that this mess is cleaned up immediately.

Can you not see that such division is NOT in the best interests of any New Zealander?

This problem must be tackled head on and right now, time is precious and your lack of activity in this area is simply making the eventual solution just so much harder.

Time for action now Mr Luxon – words are not enough!

Yours sincerely,

Roger

Taupo

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As I have said, we must get behind Winston, Jones, Seymour and Luxon, emailing them regularly with encouragement and our full support to expunge co-governance and Maorification from New Zealand.

Leaders need encouragement constantly.

Email Luxon urging him to do what the people of New Zealand elected him to do, which was to rid the country of Maorification and co-governance.

Warn him that he will be a one term PM if he doesn’t.

Here are their email addresses:

Shane.Jones@parliament.govt.nz
Winston.Peters@parliament.govt.nz
David.Seymour@parliament.govt.nz
Christopher.luxon@parliament.govt.nz

Hon. David Seymour: David.Seymour@parliament.govt.nz

Brooke Van Velden: Brooke.Vanvelden@parliament.govt.nz