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    For what its worth....

    They have been made the media is giving it no coverage. National will pull out if it.
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    For what its worth....

    Deception & the UN Migration pact by Elliot Ikilei How long will we tolerate deception as the first stage in communication by the state to the people? We have become accustomed to deception by the government. Indeed, whenever a contentious issue arises that is of importance to New Zealanders, deception has been the default pattern for Labour-led governments. Labour assures us that it is in our best interests to think the way they say we should. Examples of deception over contentious issues include the journey towards the redefinition of marriage when Labour MP Tim Barnett stated, Helen Clark was even stronger and was quoted as saying, As expected, once the civil union bill was passed, it was not long before marriage was redefined, much to the glee of both Barnett and Clark. During the contentious early days of the anti-smacking bill, Green MP Sue Bradford stated, Helen Clark responded to an interviewer who asked if smacking should be banned with, Again, several years after, there had been exponential increases in notifications, many good parents had been dragged through the courts, children had been ripped from their homes and all with no reduction in actual cases of abuse. Sue Bradford responded to the latest numbers with, New Conservative, the first political party, later joined by ACT and National, to publicly stand and condemn the UN Compact for Migration, notes that this Labour/Greens/NZ First government are still trying to tell us what to think. They are trying to to pacify us by saying whatever it takes to get us to close our mouths and conform. At the Morocco UN migration conference, the 164 countries expected to sign were asked if there were any issues with the pact. New Zealand declined to raise any concerns, and the motion was passed. All of the participating countries, including New Zealand, have now adopted the UN migration pact. Applause followed the passing of the motion. Immediately following the conference, Germany’s chancellor Angela Merkel stated, “When two-thirds of the represented countries agree then it is valid for all.” Once again, we ask how long will we tolerate deception as first stage communication from the state to the people? The New Conservatives demand that the Labour-led government respect the sovereignty of our great nation and withdraw from continuing engagement with the UN migration pact, thereby rejoining our traditional allies and regaining some of the integrity we have lost through this push against our sovereignty.
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    UN’s migration compact ‘reckless, unfair, and unsustainable’ by Christie Photo supplied to Whaleoil It seems that we have signed… as if it was ever in question. With a Marxist who wants a top job at the UN in charge of the country, we were always going to sign the UN Migration Compact. At least Jacinda is true to form. The real sell out comes from Winston Peters but, once again, I wonder why we are all surprised? The Irish publication, The Burkean has written an interesting article about the possible consequences of signing this compact… consequences we are already starting to see around Europe. quote. It seems that a Marxist media is not something confined to New Zealand. quote. We have now learned that the compact is going to be legally binding anyway. Why bother doing it if members could just walk away from it? quote. Do you have a shortage of builders? Tough. You have to take unskilled labourers from North Africa, who speak no English and do not know one end of a hammer from another. You cannot select, or discriminate. quote. All immigration policy has been ‘discriminatory’ up until now. It has to be. Otherwise we would simply have hordes of people pouring over our borders. Oh, wait… quote. Already happening and this compact will make sure it just gets worse. quote. Thanks, Jacinda and more to the point, thanks, Winston. You could have stopped this. Whatever happens now is entirely down to you.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    UN’s migration compact ‘reckless, unfair, and unsustainable’ by Christie Photo supplied to Whaleoil It seems that we have signed… as if it was ever in question. With a Marxist who wants a top job at the UN in charge of the country, we were always going to sign the UN Migration Compact. At least Jacinda is true to form. The real sell out comes from Winston Peters but, once again, I wonder why we are all surprised? The Irish publication, The Burkean has written an interesting article about the possible consequences of signing this compact… consequences we are already starting to see around Europe. quote. It seems that a Marxist media is not something confined to New Zealand. quote. We have now learned that the compact is going to be legally binding anyway. Why bother doing it if members could just walk away from it? quote. Do you have a shortage of builders? Tough. You have to take unskilled labourers from North Africa, who speak no English and do not know one end of a hammer from another. You cannot select, or discriminate. quote. All immigration policy has been ‘discriminatory’ up until now. It has to be. Otherwise we would simply have hordes of people pouring over our borders. Oh, wait… quote. Already happening and this compact will make sure it just gets worse. quote. Thanks, Jacinda and more to the point, thanks, Winston. You could have stopped this. Whatever happens now is entirely down to you.
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    We have been lied to: Merkel admits Migration pact is legally binding by SB German Chancellor Angela Merkel and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Photo: AFP We have been lied to. Again and again, we have been told by both politicians and the mainstream media that the UN migration pact is non-binding. This has ensured apathy from the general public, who decided that if it was non-binding then there was nothing to be concerned about. The pact demands that countries who sign it treat unlimited and illegal migration as a human right, which thereby turns the description ‘illegal migrants’ into hate speech and criminalises any criticism of migration. The biggest red flag raised by the pact was its inclusion of the media in its attempt to get rid of all dissent. If media organisations criticise anything to do with migration they can be punished by having their state funding removed, while those who toe the United Nations line will be rewarded with ‘investment’. Voice of Europe wanted to know whether the countries that refuse to sign the pact are still bound to it because they are members of the UN. Here is what they found out. quote. New Zealand needs to leave the United Nations. This is the stuff of nightmares. A world government that can impose its will on sovereign countries, even those who refused to sign the pact!
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Nothing to see here by Christie Photoshopped image credit: Luke Good old Tracy Watkins. When the chips are down, she will always support her old buddy, Jacinda. Here she goes again, with one of her fiction opinion pieces in Stuff, coming to the defence of the PM. What do I call Tracy in her new role? A henchwoman? quote. Oh, I think it is Tracy, and you know so too. Jacinda was particularly high handed when talking to the media and telling them to ‘read between the lines’. Now that it turns out that her longstanding buddy Richie Hardcore has campaigned on behalf of Sroubek, first to stop him from being imprisoned and later to stop him from being deported, I think we have seen all the lines we need. quote. Hardcore refers to himself as Jacinda’s friend. National doesn’t need to. quote. Seeing that we know what the text was about, it seems very strange that she won’t release the text. Can’t be a good look then, can it? quote. It didn’t seem bizarre. It was bizarre. Drug dealers are not usually high on the list of people who qualify for residency here. Nor are wife beaters. Sroubek scores on both counts and Tracy knows this. quote. The fact that it was sent after the decision had been made means nothing. It is what the text says that counts. What if it says something like: “Hey thanks Darling for giving Karel residency like I asked. I owe you one. Love Richie.” quote. There was nothing in any of those particular conspiracies, and that may still be the case with this one. If she would just release the text, we could put the entire matter to bed. But she won’t. And we all know why. Nice try, Tracy, but no dice. The prime minister is hiding something, and this whole business has stunk to high heaven from the beginning. You know it, and so do we.
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    Global Warming / Climate Change

    Global warming is a bust so what will the Greens do now? by Suze Recent scientific evidence that the earth is cooling means the collapse of the flimsy house of cards that is global warming. The Green party is focussed on preventing global warming, and they are committed to curtailing the so-called disastrous man-made CO2 emissions. Can’t argue with science. But someone, somewhere got the numbers wrong, and the myth of global warming that began in 1987 is perpetuated. Dr Muriel Newman writing for the NZ Centre for Political Research puts New Zealand’s man-made CO2 emissions into perspective. Quote. Dr Newman also refers to a 2016 report by New Zealand engineer Emeritus Professor Michael Kelly of Cambridge University, which was rejected by both the Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand and the Journal of New Zealand Studies, not because they could fault the scientific basis of his findings but because they did not like his conclusions – that New Zealand’s efforts to reduce C02 emissions are ineffectual, a waste of money and should be debated before proceeding any further. Quote. When the media bothers to examine the scientific evidence fairly and the public does its own research, maybe the government will be forced to wake up and the Greens will wonder what purpose they have left. Here are their goals, from the Green Party website, which are being implemented by the Coalition of Losers. Quote. These are huge financial commitments to attempt to curtail global warming. Quote. So global warming is a myth; billions of dollars have been wasted, along with the loss of billions more from disincentivised farming and the closure of the coal mining and the oil and gas industries. Quote. So busting the myth of global warming has immediate financial benefits in terms of saving money and creating revenue from re-investment in neglected financial opportunities. Quote. Will it take a similar amount of protest from a disenchanted public to put the brakes on our global warming nonsense, or do we just keep chipping away, enlightening one person at a time?
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Jacinda is dishonest by Christie Oh dear. The prime minister of the open and transparent government is now being accused of being dishonest about her text messages, received from Richie Hardcore, a supporter of Karel Sroubek, because she has pretended, all the way through this farcical situation, that she had no personal interest and a lot of secret information about the case that would change our minds about giving residency to a wife-beating drug lord who is in jail on drug trafficking charges… but is a lovely boy really. Well, his mother says so anyway. But the opposition doesn’t think so. Stuff reports: quote. I don’t have the prime minister’s mobile phone number to send a text to. Do you? So Richie Hardcore is a privileged person. Now why would that be? quote. I have to admit, this makes sense. Hardcore is clearly a close associate of Jacinda and Clarke. He is also an associate of Karel Sroubek. That the prime minister thinks it is okay to give her immigration minister directives to award residency to people supported by her friends is both surprising and very disappointing. That she may have actually done it beggars belief. quote. You have to ask why she will not release the text. Let’s face it, the reason cannot be good. It is getting harder and harder to believe that Hardcore did not solicit the prime minister… particularly as Sroubek is such a lovely citizen, just grossly misunderstood. Sroubek’s wife, who is in a safe house in fear for her life, is clearly misguided in her assessment of him. quote. Whatever. What was all the stuff about ‘read between the lines’? She had ignored all representations on this case, in spite of the fact that he should never have been given residency. Not at any point, not at any time. The prime minister is obfuscating here, and the deputy prime minister is covering for her, but then, as he is one of her henchmen, that should come as no surprise. Winston was always a master of trying to hold the previous government to account, but he is ducking and weaving like a snake. He may appear smart in the house, but he is fooling no one. This government is probably the most dishonest government ever, and Winston Peters put it there.
  9. Racing Minister Winston Peters has announced a five-member Ministerial Advisory Committee to inform the next steps on the Messara Review of the New Zealand Racing Industry. “This government is committed to reforming the racing industry. The Ministerial Advisory Group will develop a plan to operationalise the Messara Report to deliver better governance and economic outcomes,” Peters said. “The five people appointed to the Ministerial Advisory Committee bring their personal expertise and ability to provide independent, strategic assessments of the business change proposals for the racing industry. Between them they have experience across the three racing industry codes.” Peters has appointed Dean McKenzie as chairman. McKenzie is an experienced racing administrator whose dedication and passion to improving the industry make him the ideal choice to lead this very important work, Peters said. He will be well-supported by Committee members Bill Birnie, Liz Dawson, Kristy McDonald and Sir Peter Vela. “Collectively, they will identify the technical, legal, financial and process-oriented decision points for racing reform and return the industry to a well-managed and sustainable economic growth path,” Peters said. “They will also take into account the feedback received during the public submission process.” The Committee will provide an interim report to the Minister for Racing by the end of February 2019, to be followed by Cabinet decisions, and legislation to modernise the industry. The Committee is being created as a potential precursor to the establishment of a Racing Industry Transitional Agency (RITA), subject to future government decisions.
  10. No thoroughbred races there anymore. I think they were canned from 2016. This years programme. Horse races and demonstrations including 8 Harness and Saddle Trot, Clydesdales, SideSaddle, Kids Carts,
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Not forgetting Labour Summer Camp sex assaults and getting rid of charter schools. Jacinda’s lowlights of 2018 by Christie Newshub has written an article about Jacinda’s lowlights (and highlights) of 2018. I’m sorry, readers. I just can’t resist this. Buckle up. First of all, there is the photo above, where our prime minister looks like a bag lady next to the Duchess of Sussex. When it comes to style, you have either got it or… you haven’t. quote. Photoshopped image credit: Luke There was nothing decisive about any of it, Jacinda. And getting rid of these two ministers was actually a highlight of 2018. Both were incompetent, lying and obfuscating their way around the media. Whaitiri was bullying her staff. The fact that you (eventually) fired them was a good thing. The fact that you don’t see it that way shows what kind of leader you really are. Photoshopped image credit: Boondecker quote. Is that it, Jacinda? I have a few more ‘lowlights’ for you to consider. What about blindsiding the oil and gas industry to make you look good in Europe, putting the future of a whole region in doubt? Photoshopped image credit: Pixy What about the teachers’ strike, the nurses’ strike, the midwives’, the Auckland bus driver's when you promised there would be no strikes on your watch? ? What about the Derek Handley debacle – a clear case of ‘jobs for the boys’? What about using your influence to get the police to tell the public that Clarke is not being charged with anything? Extraordinary behaviour for the police, who normally only ever tell the public who IS being charged or investigated. What about all the Woman’s Day interviews when you should be answering questions in the house? Photoshopped image credit: Boondecker What about Karel Sroubek, and a minister of immigration who looks out of his depth… but who you won’t sack even though he granted a wife beating drug dealer residency? What about telling Mike Hosking to ‘read between the lines’, implying that there was something really special about this case… when there wasn’t? Photoshopped image credit: Rick H Photoshopped image credit: Rick H What about you needing your henchman Trevor Mallard to protect you when you are in the house because you are unable to cope with questions from the opposition? What about chartering a private plane to take you to Nauru just because you were breastfeeding? What about being the prime minister who does not know what GDP is? What about allowing the First stay-at-home Dad into cabinet meetings so that he can wheel the baby around the table while the business of running the country is going on? Credit: SonovaMin What about the woeful performance at the UN, pimping the baby for all it’s worth, even though no one in New Zealand is allowed to take photos of her? (Another instruction from your henchman.) What about hiring a New York PR agency to follow you around, giving you maximum publicity at the UN? What about your disastrous landlord bashing policies that are resulting in fewer and fewer private rental houses being available? What about the terrifying prospect of the Tax Working Group’s report, due in February, and what it might do to business? What about 206 ‘working groups’? What about obviously wanting to sign us up to the UN’s Migration Compact so that you can secure a job at the UN in the future? What about using the murder of a young tourist as a public relations stunt and apologising to her family, while four Kiwi families lost loved ones in the same week and you said nothing? What about the fact that, in spite of your promises, child poverty has not improved, homelessness is worse than ever (although we hear much less about it) and the cost of living is spiralling out of control for many families? Well, there’s a few ‘lowlights’ to be going on with, Jacinda, and I didn’t even have to do any research. Every one of those ‘lowlights’ was off the top of my head and I’m sure I’ve missed quite a few others. And then there is this: Why can’t Clarke behave like other prime ministers’ partners and stay out of the limelight, only being wheeled out for state occasions and Woman’s Day interviews? Oh well, I guess we all know the answer to that. It is hard to know which is the biggest ‘lowlight’ of them all, but this one has to be high on the list. Photoshopped image credit: Technomage What about the total shambles that Kiwi Build has become.
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    NZ to sign the UN migration pact by Christie The man pictured above has campaigned throughout his political life on reducing immigration. He has always said that we should keep migrant numbers down and that it is very important that New Zealand keeps its unique culture. It is our geography more than anything that has enabled us to stop illegal migrants from pouring into our country, and we have also had a bit of help from Australia. Now that is all going to change. The man above, who has campaigned for as long as I can remember on lowering immigration, is one of the parties responsible for it. He is selling our country down the Nile for whatever his 30 pieces of silver consist of. RNZ reports: quote. The vast majority of New Zealanders would not want a bar of this, but it has been kept out of the media, so most people don’t know much about it. Right at the moment, most people are more concerned about Christmas shopping and the upcoming holiday season. They are unaware that our right to decide who comes to our country is about to be taken away. By the time they do realise it, it will be a done deal. quote. Deep down, we knew all along our government was always going to sign it because, if they were not, we would have known long ago. In fact, it seems their intentions had been decided back in March, but no one has raised the issue until now. Credit: William Felt You can bet it won’t stay non binding for long. Once signed, the UN will put huge pressure on the signatory countries to take large numbers of refugees opportunistic economic migrants. That is not the only issue. The compact restricts free speech and the freedom of the press by linking criticism of migration to hate crimes, and we are signing this. We all know why Cindy wants to sign it; she wants a job at the UN in New York, following in the footsteps of Auntie Helen, and she does not care if she has to sell us down the river to get it, but why is Winston going against one of his own underlying principles? A principle that many people supported him on? quote. If we are sending someone, you can be sure he is not going purely to admire the scenery. I am disgusted with Winston Peters about this. So many people have been fooled by him time and time again, but this is possibly the most treacherous thing he has ever done. He could have stopped it, even if Jacinda was hell-bent on signing this compact, but he didn’t, and now it looks like a done deal. Remember all those people who rallied in the streets, stopping traffic and throwing dildos at Stephen Joyce because the former TPPA contained clauses that were seen as a threat to our sovereignty? Where are all the hordes of activists now when our sovereignty really is under threat? They are nowhere. The whole anti-TPPA movement was just a political stunt, aimed entirely at the former government. These people do not care if our sovereignty is sold out. They think they will be happy to live under Sharia law. For some reason, they think the harsh rules imposed by Islam will not apply to them. They are wrong. In the meantime, Winston Peters has sold his country out. Remember that in 2020, voters… although it may already be too late by then.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    NZ to sign the UN migration pact by Christie The man pictured above has campaigned throughout his political life on reducing immigration. He has always said that we should keep migrant numbers down and that it is very important that New Zealand keeps its unique culture. It is our geography more than anything that has enabled us to stop illegal migrants from pouring into our country, and we have also had a bit of help from Australia. Now that is all going to change. The man above, who has campaigned for as long as I can remember on lowering immigration, is one of the parties responsible for it. He is selling our country down the Nile for whatever his 30 pieces of silver consist of. RNZ reports: quote. The vast majority of New Zealanders would not want a bar of this, but it has been kept out of the media, so most people don’t know much about it. Right at the moment, most people are more concerned about Christmas shopping and the upcoming holiday season. They are unaware that our right to decide who comes to our country is about to be taken away. By the time they do realise it, it will be a done deal. quote. Deep down, we knew all along our government was always going to sign it because, if they were not, we would have known long ago. In fact, it seems their intentions had been decided back in March, but no one has raised the issue until now. Credit: William Felt You can bet it won’t stay non binding for long. Once signed, the UN will put huge pressure on the signatory countries to take large numbers of refugees opportunistic economic migrants. That is not the only issue. The compact restricts free speech and the freedom of the press by linking criticism of migration to hate crimes, and we are signing this. We all know why Cindy wants to sign it; she wants a job at the UN in New York, following in the footsteps of Auntie Helen, and she does not care if she has to sell us down the river to get it, but why is Winston going against one of his own underlying principles? A principle that many people supported him on? quote. If we are sending someone, you can be sure he is not going purely to admire the scenery. I am disgusted with Winston Peters about this. So many people have been fooled by him time and time again, but this is possibly the most treacherous thing he has ever done. He could have stopped it, even if Jacinda was hell-bent on signing this compact, but he didn’t, and now it looks like a done deal. Remember all those people who rallied in the streets, stopping traffic and throwing dildos at Stephen Joyce because the former TPPA contained clauses that were seen as a threat to our sovereignty? Where are all the hordes of activists now when our sovereignty really is under threat? They are nowhere. The whole anti-TPPA movement was just a political stunt, aimed entirely at the former government. These people do not care if our sovereignty is sold out. They think they will be happy to live under Sharia law. For some reason, they think the harsh rules imposed by Islam will not apply to them. They are wrong. In the meantime, Winston Peters has sold his country out. Remember that in 2020, voters… although it may already be too late by then.