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Not one of them are up held by National today. Shame on them.

Two ticks blue my arse.

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    • Salacious, I was a Young Nat in the early 1980s when a former Remuera Electorate Chairman and Dominion Councillor from Auckland, floated the idea to rewrite the party constitution. That text was the open clauses of the constitution.

      That was the era of Muldoon and it has been continued to be downhill since then.

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    • I don’t think anyone who votes Labour knows what ‘work’ is do they?
      There is a reason they are putting Polling Booths at Pak N Save!
      ‘Vote for us Bro or those Whiteys from National will cut your Benny bro!…’

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    • Don’t even go there. We have an ex funeral director for Mayor of Tauranga. What a disaster. Just used to being nice to people and then shakin them down.

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    • Germany is quite probably quite sensitive to ‘triggers’, far more sensitive than we have cause to be, or so I would have thought.

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    • How far of right do you have to be before you are deemed to be a “right wing extremist”? There was a time when you knew those throwing around the term were talking about skinheads with swastika tattoos and doc martin boots. Now, it seems anyone right of centre is being included by the world’s socialist leaders as extreme right wing.

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        • Great so let it come to pass. Indeed help it come to pass. Anything right of centre would be a change despite what Mr Key thought his outfit was.

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        • Count me in then even though in my electorate they could pin a blue rosette on a pig and it would get elected. I will be both votes ACT next year I am so disgusted with National’s failure to oppose.

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        • And voting for National is a vote for Socialism Lite- Im sure Lite rhymes with another descriptive work for Socialism but can’t recall it just now, can anyone help?

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      • I wear Doc Martins and I am 70 have been wearing them for years and years Guess that makes me one, not a swastika tattoo nor a skin head either does that count. Impressed with Nationals founding principles shame its not continued on, they would get a lot of votes if they stuck to that.

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        • Doc Martins was a generalisation – of course! The far left are making huge assumptions about the general population with normal everyday kiwi views now being accused of white supremacy. The mosque attack was a lone wolf Australian. The COL have taken the opportunity to manipulate the truth and it is total lunacy and I hope kiwis show them the door at the next election.

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      • Most classical liberals are considered Far right extremists by the authoritarian white man hating communists.

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  1. I have shared it on Facebook to rave reviews (not). the Nats round here are cringing in their red t shirts.

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    • Thanks for posting it to me Viking. Makes interesting reading of how far the Nats have strayed to the left. They really are labour lite.

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      • Once again we see a good example of how New Zealand apes the former colonial power where Labour and the Conservatives are virtually indistinguishable.

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  2. Proceed with caution: Some of the original objectives have been updated & watered down:

    Ref: https://teara.govt.nz/en/1966/political-parties/page-11

    Present-day Objects

    The objects of the party, as set out in its rules are:

    To unite all men and women of good will who are unswervingly loyal to her Majesty the Queen, who realise the immense political, financial, commercial, and cultural advantages which accrue to New Zealand from close association with the other nations of the British Commonwealth, and who desire to promote the political and economic unity of the Commonwealth.

    To maintain an efficient system of national defence.

    To formulate and carry out policies designed to benefit the community as a whole, irrespective of national interests, particularly to bring about cooperation between the country and city interests, and between employers and employees.

    To encourage the growth of private enterprise and healthy competition.

    To encourage the development of individual effort and initiative and to take such steps as will grant the greatest possible measure of personal freedom and to foster the growth of good will between all sections of the community.

    To encourage, wherever possible, for our mutual interest and safety, close contacts with Australia and other portions of our Commonwealth.

    To arouse and maintain interest in political matters, to advocate the policy of the party, and to oppose subversive and other doctrines which are contrary to the principles and policy of the party.

    To pursue a policy of progressive, social, and humanitarian legislation.

    To encourage and assist the candidature for Parliament of able, honourable, and loyal supporters of the party.

    To carry out educational and organising work in furtherance of the foregoing aims and objects.

    To keep in touch with and, as may be deemed practicable, to cooperate with other organisations which have similar aims.

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    • Well, that can’t be right. How can the republicans like Bolger and DPF side with tugging on the Queen’s pinny straps?

      Commonwealth? that’s well gone!

      To formulate and carry out policies designed to benefit the community as a whole, irrespective of national interests, particularly to bring about cooperation between the country and city interests, and between employers and employees.
      Ha, essentially they have shit on the farmers and the employers. Not my kind of party.

      At least with Labour we expect crap. With the Nats they have abandoned any pretence now.

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  3. These are Labours. Spot any difference?

    All political authority comes from the people by democratic means including universal suffrage, regular and free elections with a secret ballot.
    The natural resources of New Zealand belong to all the people and these resources, and in particular non-renewable resources, should be managed for the benefit of all, including future generations.
    All people should have equal access to all social, economic, cultural, political and legal spheres, regardless of wealth or social position, and continuing participation in the democratic process.
    Co-operation, rather than competition, should be the main governing factor in economic relations, in order that a greater amount and a just distribution of wealth can be ensured.
    All people are entitled to dignity, self-respect and the opportunity to work.
    All people, either individually or in groups, may own wealth or property for their own use, but in any conflict of interest people are always more important than property and the state must ensure a just distribution of wealth.
    The Treaty of Waitangi is the founding document of New Zealand and that the Treaty should be honoured in government, society and the family.
    Peace and social justice should be promoted throughout the world by international co-operation and mutual respect.
    The same basic human rights, protected by the State, apply to all people, regardless or race, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religious faith, political belief or disability.

    Nah didn’t think so.

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    • We’re governed by Tweedledum or Tweedledee. Both are fucking hopeless but National are better managers & the country heads down the shitter at a faster pace when Labour grab the reins.

      Whichever option, we’re in the crap. Only the depth differs!

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    • Hmmm. Luke warm, watered down laissez-faire capitalism meets ardent God saturated social conservatism.

      They’re not exactly happy campers are they? 🙂

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    • MM will be feeling lonely without you to beat up. He’s an unusual fella. He is well informed on lots of stuff but he is so snarky sometimes and he just gets up everyone’s nose.

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  4. Supposedly these are the National Party’s values today:

    The National Party has always valued enterprise, hard work and the rewards that go with success. We will continue to aspire to a New Zealand where all New Zealanders can flourish.

    We believe this will be achieved by building a society based on the following values:

    Loyalty to our country, its democratic principles, and our Sovereign as Head of State
    National and personal security
    Equal citizenship and equal opportunity
    Individual freedom and choice
    Personal Responsibility
    Competitive enterprise and reward for achievement
    Limited government
    Strong families and caring communities
    Sustainable development of our environment

    https://www.national.org.nz/our-values

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  5. I think the Nat’s are fucked. When you have a nailed on pinko like Luxon as the next shining light then things are really bad. Luxon is everything we on the right should hate. He is a virtue signaller on a par with Horse face, he claims to have been a successful businessman when he has, in fact, run what amounts to a fucking monopoly.
    Luxon’s unsuitability for the position of leader of the Nat’s is confirmed by the fact that the media bloody love him.
    John Key was right, we are a centre left country, that’s just one of the reasons I cannot wait to get out of this shit hole.

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  6. I can’t ever vote for Labour as I don’t consider the Treaty of Waitangi, NZ’s founding document.
    I don’t want to vote for National as long as they are Labour lite as they both continue in their Maori apartheid manoeuvring.
    I will never vote for NZF again, as that is a vote for Labour.
    I can’t vote for the Watermelons either, as while they are green on the outside, they are redder than Labour of the inside.
    I can’t vote Maori Party as they are racist.
    So I guess it’s ACT.

    Stephen Franks where art thou?

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    • Good on you. For all the same reasons as you, ACT is the only choice. They really need to have a good year.

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      • Yes, but who are they.
        Uptil now its the David Seymour Euthanasia Party.
        They need to show us their other members and back off the Euthanasia

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  7. Good – honest, open, rigorous, accountable – government is a rare and valuable thing. Degraded government – and we risk slipping down exactly that path – is a serious threat to the sort of standards New Zealanders once held dear.

    Then again, what to expect in a country where the major Opposition party has a former PRC military intelligence official, close to the PRC embassy, (formerly?) a CCP member, sitting in its caucus, while its president sings the praises of Xi Jinping? And the governing parties seem quite unbothered by any of that, having sold any soul they once had when it comes to anything to do with the regime in Beijing (in fact, this very week, the deputy leader of the Labour Party is in China aiming “to deepen…our relationship with China”.) Xinjiang? Hong Kong extradition laws? Forced organ extractions? South China Sea? Systematic persecution of religious believers of all stripes? Systematic repression of any dissenters? Abduction of Canadian citizens? Never mind, nothing to do with us, seems to be the combined National and Labour line.

    https://croakingcassandra.com/

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  8. Well for a start you must learn how to spell in this new age. It’s “poverdy” not poverty. It’s “Moudi” Not Maori.

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  9. I’ve been thinking about an analogy to explain it to a new arrival. Labour giving Maori their treaty claim grievance train was like letting a group of fat kids loose in a sweet shop. Every time someone says no more they bleat, cry, stamp their feet and blames the owner of the sweet shop until he supplies even more sweets. The intent was to buy Maori votes for Labour, but it has meant 40 years of victimhood and entitlement by a noisy group. Apartheid cannot be good for any society. As kiwis we know the loud victimhood protest group is a portion of the rest of Maori who get on with life as equal members of society in NZ, or who leave for Australia to build a better life for themselves away from their not-so-motivated whanau. No matter what the antagonists tell you, Kiwis and Maori have always got on, you only have to look at the number of mixed race children produced over the past 170 years.

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  10. Judith Collins told fire arms owners to “bugger off”. Want all firearm registered. I will keep posting this until after the elections. A wonderful supportive party is National. ACT is your only option.

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    • Yes Gorse I’m voting Act. I have almost no connection with firearms but I feel for firearm owners and understand their need to retain them. The legally owned firearms owners are not a threat to society so why are the COL so determined to take them? Stalin would be proud of Cindy and her police minister.

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