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Willie Jackson: "Seymour is the most dangerous man in New Zealand Politics!"
Julian would love to be labelled that by Jackson!
Really, Seymour should take this as a badge of honour! It’s a wonderful compliment, an accolade.
At last, someone (Seymour) is going to tackle the problem head on. What problem? The problem of the elite Maori takeover of our country. The takeover is all based on lies, trickery, deceit, and fraud.
Seymour has broken through! He is over the target.
Luxon is not even on the playing field, not even recognising the problem in his pledge card of 8!
It’s an absolute insult to Luxon that Jackson does not regard Luxon as dangerous.
Why not? Because he is not dangerous to the elite Maori.
Rather, he is complicit, an ally.
National voters ought to be very worried that this is so.
Actually, the signs are ominous.
Luxon is almost completely silent on the issue of co-governance. And why would that be?
He is going to keep it going when he become the PM but if he came out and said this outright before the election, he would, quite probably, lose the election.
That’s my take on Luxon.
Below is the story
By Joseph Los’e
Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson says in his opinion Act leader David Seymour – who he once described as a useless Māori – is the country’s most dangerous man, and if he gets into power will make life a misery for more than Māori.
Jackson said Seymour’s Trump-like rhetoric was anti-Māori and in an instant would wipe out decades of Māori development.
Both were involved in a fiery political debate last night in Auckland.
“I want to say to our people, be very nervous because a National-Act Government will do away with everything that is dear to us. David Seymour’s already threatened that,” Jackson told the Herald.
In his opinion: “I think he’s the most dangerous man that we’ve ever seen in New Zealand politics. He gets away with it because he’s quite articulate, well-dressed.
“This is someone who will challenge and has challenged every High Court and Supreme Court judge who’s been in place since 1987.
“He thinks they’re all wrong. He thinks every Prime Minister since ‘87 is wrong when they agree and talk about partnership between Māori and the Crown.”
“He believes that’s nonsense. He is saying that there’s no partnership in the Treaty and wants the Treaty revamped and reshaped. It’s Donald Trump-type politics.”
Seymour said one of Jackson’s oral skills was his ability to exaggerate and Jackson needs to explain what makes him so dangerous.
“People are tired of accusations of racism. It is a very serious accusation and people who make it need to explain what it is that I have ever said or done they believe is racist,” the Act leader said.
“Racism is treating someone differently because of their race. It is a strange irony that we are called racist for criticising Government policies that treat people differently because of their race.
“There are Māori and Pacific people who are doing extremely [well] and there are non-Maori and non-Pacific people who are having problems.”
Following last night’s debate, Seymour contacted the Herald to set a few matters straight.
“The Trump like accusations are ironic considering after the debate Willie Jackson had to correct himself for making incorrect statements about Act Party policies when confronted by journalists,” Seymour said.
“That sounds like Donald Trump to me. The second point from the debate, he said Act and National would be bad for Māori but his own organisation applied to operate a charter school under the National government.
“Plus this says it all, he spent all the debate talking about the leader of the Act party rather than the leader of his own party.”
But Jackson said that was Seymour trying to deflect the issue and was still rolling out the same rhetoric and divisive politics, just like Trump when he won the US presidency.
“Trump said the same thing in America and changed the laws,” Jackson said.
“Seymour wants to do the same thing. He wants to rehash, history in terms of the Treaty and rights.
“He doesn’t believe Māori have any rights that are derived from the Treaty.
“And there’s no politician in terms of senior politician in the last 30 years who has had that view.
“There’s no politician who has been Prime Minister, deputy Prime Minister or senior minister who has agreed with him, not one politician apart from one – and that is Winston Peters.
“And that’s the ironic thing, isn’t it?
“They call them special rights. We know their Treaty rights, their indigenous rights.
“They, every judge, every court, every prime minister, every senior minister has supported and agreed with [it], including the Act Party.
“Rodney Hide went on and actually agreed to set up the Māori statutory board, that was a Rodney Hide creation.
“So they’ve all, they’ve all supported it. But this guy Seymour says, no, I’m gonna give everybody the same rights and Māori will not have those rights anymore.
“And I’m saying to our people to vote because if not, we let Seymour with his anti-Māori politics and his views into power.”
Brilliant NEW Video From Democracy Action!
You can watch it HERE
Please spread it everywhere!
National And Luxon Are A Big Problem
Yesterday Luxon and the National Party released its EIGHT PLEDGES.
Honestly, the eight pledges look exactly like what the Labour Party would say and do, are saying and doing.
The BIG takeaway is that CO-GOVERNANCE does not even feature on the list of eight.
When I watched the video of the speech made by Luxon, and the audience’s reaction, they were hardly enthusiastic. The crowd looked a little bored, as if they were being forced to clap.
Like a child forced to eat his greens at the dinner table.
Seriously, the ACT party just completed a survey and found CO-GOVERNANCE to be the number one issue on the minds of Kiwis, and how they wanted it stopped.
Luxon is learning Te Reo and has a Maori adviser.
Join the dots.
Luxon is all for keeping co-governance going but does not want to say so before the election for fear of losing 100’s of thousands of votes, possibly losing the election.
The next three years are going to be rough. Guaranteed.
Put your seat belt on.
As an organisation, we are carrying on until the next election in 2026.
You’ll be blown away when you hear what we are planning.
Don Brash And Hobson's Pledge Are Heroes
Don Brash has been a tireless campaigner against co-governance for a very long time. Really, he should be knighted for his service to New Zealand.
He and his organisation have just released bumper stickers and bill boards to try and stop co-governance. They are amazing. You can view them HERE.
All the major organisations – Hobson’s Pledge, Democracy Action, and NZCPR (Murial Newman) are coming together (not formally) to fight this one thing – CO-GOVERNANCE!
It’s a fantastic thing that is happening.
Co-Governance = The Death Of Free Speech
You can read the excellent commentary HERE
Bill Boards Going Up Around The Country!
We have incredible volunteers all around the country who are gearing up to put up our bill boards in various parts of the country.
If you have a fence or farm where one could be displayed, this would help our campaign hugely.
Another Maori Leader Attacks Julian. This Time, The Front Page Of The BOP Times
You can read the article HERE.
To view the source document and watch the video, click HERE
HERE is a great response.
Notice Buddy never cites exactly where in the booklet there is something ‘racist’ or ‘a half truth’ or ‘rubbish.’
This is now standard practice for the critics of Julian Batchelor – plenty of accusations with no proof.
In other words, Julian Batchelor’s critics have no real arguments. They never have. Why? Julian just communicates facts / truth.
TVNZ Responds To Julian Suing The Station For Defamation
The latest? TVNZ has responded by ‘adjusting’ their online article defaming Julian, but the changes they have made do not address the defamation in any way whatsoever.
Julian is seeking a full retraction and apology, on TV1 News, 6pm. They did not give this.
So the court case continues.
Please! Get some Bill Boards Up In Your Area!
To know how to do this, click HERE
Thanks a million!
Brainwashing. Make no mistake, they are out to capture the minds of our young people.
Make no mistake, those pushing for the Maori takeover of our country are “after” the next generation. What do I mean?
The over 50 age group in our country are, generally speaking, smart and savvy. They have experienced pain, disappointment, heartache, loss, trouble, struggle, victory, success, and joy.
In combination, these experiences result in the acquisition of two critically important elements of a successful life: wisdom and discernment.
They turn up in numbers in Julian’s meetings because they are wise and discerning. They can filter out lies and deception and they can discern truth from error.
They know when ‘something is up’. That ‘something’ in this instance, this time in history, is the Maori takeover of our country.
In contrast, the under 50’s, generally speaking, have not lived long enough to experience pain, disappointment, heartache, loss, trouble, struggle, victory, success, and joy. And the younger they are, the less likely.
This makes them easy targets for those driving the Maori takeover. This makes them vulnerable. Susceptible. They are soft targets for propaganda.
And the younger their minds, the easier they are to brainwash.
This is precisely why the brainwashing starts in kindergartens and progresses right through to universities. And once they leave University, the baton of propaganda is handed by the universities to the media.
What’s their goal? They are grooming young minds to either:
1. Join in with the Maori takeover of the country i.e. support it.
2. Or at the very least, not oppose it.
HERE is a graphic example of how our young people are being targeted by those driving the Maori takeover of our country.
What can you do?
Home-school your children and grandchildren.
If you can’t home-school them, research carefully where they can go where there is zero Te Reo and zero Maori culture.
If Maori children in the class want to learn about their culture and learn their language, then do it at home or on the Marae.
This is what other cultures have done – taken responsibility for the preservation of their culture and language in their homes and special places of worship – and have done so for decades, and done so successfully.
English is the prized global international language of choice, and everyone on the planet wants to know how to speak and write it.
Children at school only have limited time each day at school, and this time should be spent on what is going to help them succeed in life. Learning Te Reo does not fit this criteria. Learning to write, read, and speak English does. End of story.
Find schools which truly emphasise teaching children to be supremely skilful with the basics: maths, reading, writing.
If they want to pursue music, or the arts, or a career in sport, or some other great subjects, well and good. All power to them. But get them brilliant at the basics first. Later on they can branch out and specialise in the subjects of their choice.
Julian Has Just Completed Successful Meetings In The South Of The South Island
Julian has just completed successful meetings in the South of the South Island including:
The Haka (the old Haka School) Hakataramea Valley, Naseby Lodge in Nasby, the 28th in Balfour and the 29th, in Balclutha. 30th he was in Tussock Creek. 1st September in Christchurch. There were no protesters.
Although at one meeting, a lady asked “If Pakeha were 14% of the population, and Maori 85% would Pakeha be happy with one person one vote?” Julian’s answer? “100%. That’s what democracy is all about”
She was obviously sympathetic to Maori getting more than one person, one vote. Yeah, right.
A huge shout out to Dennis and Marilyn in Nasby, Karen and Terry in Balfour, and Phil in Balclutha, Chris and Margaret in their private home way out in the country, and Sharon and Richard in Amberley.
These are the incredible Kiwis on the ground in our country who have the guts and courage and fortitude to stand up and be counted. They all organised the meetings at great personal cost and expense. Truly, they are great Kiwis! On behalf of all the rest of the country, thank you.
And especially to Emma who was the overall organiser. Wow!
It’s safe to say that farmers in the south are not just ‘over’ co-governance and the Maorification of New Zealand, but they are so worried, many are talking in terms of pulling up sticks and moving to Australia or other countries.
Why The Maorification Of New Zealand Is So Wrong
Read THIS to know why.
Want A Deep Delve Into The Iwi Elite Mind And How They Think About Co-Governance? Then Read This.
When I read THIS I was stunned at how ‘off’ elite Maori are with respect to their understanding of the Treaty.
Not only the Treaty, but also democracy.
What he writes, in my opinion, is spin.
Make up your own mind.
"The Principles Of The Treaty"? There are none.
A lot is made of the so called “principles of the Treaty” to justify policy, handouts, payouts, racism, and apartheid.
The truth of the matter is these principles of the Treaty were simply made up as a way to manipulate the Treaty.
They are a lever that radical Maori can pull whenever they want to justify getting anything they want.
Essentially, they are a mechanism to justify fraud and corruption.
Read THIS excellent piece by Sandra Goudie.
Phil Twyford - a graphic example of a history ignorant politician
Below is a letter Phil Twyford sent to a constituent about his stance on co-governance.
Surely, he has to win the gold medal, if there were to be an Olympics for history ignorant politicians.
Just read what he has to say below, and make up your own mind.
His thinking and reasoning are absolutely appalling.
Absolutely Fascinating. This Is How A Labour MP Thinks About Co-Governance
Labour MP Te Atatu
“I too am a democrat and love my country.
I agree one person one vote, and equality under the law, are important to our democracy.
I think where we differ is I believe genuine attempts to partner with Maori, and ensure they have a voice in the shaping of our future, actually strengthen our democracy. They don’t weaken it.
Maori as the indigenous people of this country, who are a minority and otherwise risk being out-voted at every turn, rightly seek policies and structures that ensure their voice is heard, and their priorities addressed.
I am proud of the progress our Labour Government has made in this area: more provision for Maori seats on local councils, enhanced Maori participation in the new planning system, mana whenua input into the new water entities, the Maori Health Agency so we can at last tackle the health disparities, to name a few.
These initiatives build on 50 years of progress, under both Labour and National governments. We are a much better country for it.
I worry that the ACT party, and some in National, and people for whom co-governance is a dirty word, would take our country back to the days when assimilation of Maori was official policy, with no recognition of Maori as the indigenous people of this country. But I take comfort that such views are not shared by most people in this country, and certainly not by the younger generation who are more open, liberal and understanding of diversity than ever before – and who don’t believe that we are some kind of little white Britain in the South Pacific.”
Member of Parliament for Te Atatū
The need to get rid of these MPs is obvious
Maori Leaders: "Co-Governance? There Is Nothing To Worry About"
Nothing could be further from the truth of the matter. Read Graham Adams’ brilliant piece HERE
Stop Anyone Unelected From Being Appointed To Auckland Council
You can view the file HERE
Stop Anyone Unelected From Being Appointed To Auckland Council
Auckland Council is considering appointing unelected Maori to positions of power on the Council.
If this happens, it’s a breach of the Treaty. The Treaty mandates democracy.
Democracy mandates one person, one vote, and all votes of equal value.
Democracy mandates that if people want positions of power on councils or in government, they must be elected, not appointed.
When people are appointed, not elected, we move from democracy to tribal rule. To Maori dictatorship. This must not be allowed to happen.
Fight to preserve democracy.
To register your opposition, click HERE.
Yesterday (26/8) we raised another $600 towards the $86,000 needed
Total donated so far in seven days? Roughly $73,000
$13,000 to go.
We have printed 200,000 more booklets
Thank you so much for all those who donated so far.
If you can contribute, this is the bank account:
Fill Out The Act Party Survey Now
The Act Party wants to know what you think is the major issue facing New Zealanders.
Take the survey and let them know your thoughts
If you want to hear what 'woke' sounds like, listen to this!
I don’t usually read or listen to what ‘the other side’ say about me or us, but I was driving so had time.
OMG! This radio interview is a deep and revealing delve into the world of woke.
Take a listen HERE.
WAITITI EXPLAINS WHAT HE IS REALLY THINKING
Below is a recent Tweet from Maori Party MP Rawiri Waititi.
There is a saying ‘out of the mouth, the heart speaks’.
This tweet tells you what is REALLY in the heart of radical Maori and their attitude towards non-Maori.
What’s interesting is that research shows that the only way any native people group have ever progressed and succeeded in the modern world is to assimilate.
In other words, Westernise and modernise. Join in.
Radical Maori, like Waititi, are calling for the opposite. They want all Maori to separate.
No where in the world has this worked.
So what’s the view of hard research?
Native cultures like Maori need to do what every other culture in New Zealand has to do.
They grow their culture in their homes in their special places like their church or (in the case of Maori) their Marae. In these places they can keep their language and culture alive, causing it to thrive.
The rest of the time they are modernising and joining in with the rest of the modern world. In other words, assimilating.
If Maori don’t westernise and modernise, including making English their primary language, and take responsibility for growing their language and culture, like all other cultures in NZ are doing, and doing successfully, they are doomed to failure.
This Week We Launch Our Billboard Campaign!
Below are some samples.
We’d like you to order these to erect at your home or business or farm or life style block.
They cost $150 and they measure 2400mm x 1200mm
You can see the whole range by clicking on THIS link.
You can order them by clicking on THIS link.
Or just go to the shop on our web site. Click on the tab “shop”
Book Delivery People Urgently Needed All Over New Zealand!
We urgently need people all over New Zealand to deliver books, particularly in Auckland, but also in Southland, as per the detail below.
Julian’s booklet is having an amazing impact on this country, so help other’s who have not read it yet get a copy.
If you can deliver, please call Vicki 021 029 85419
Stop Co-Governance – South Island Tours
Saturday 26th August
The Haka (the old Haka School)
9 Farm Road, Hakataramea Valley
Sunday 27th August
26 Derwent Street, Naseby
Monday 28th August
34 Old Balfour Road, Balfour
Tuesday 29th August – confidential
Balclutha – TBC (Vicki organising)
Wednesday 30th August – confidential
298 Cooper Road, Springhill on map but Tussock Creek
Time: 6pm arrival for 6:30pm start
If you live in or near or around any of these areas, and can deliver a few books, please contact Vicki 021 029 85419
Please click HERE for more details.