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Mark Hanson

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An Act of Parliament to repeal Jacinda Ardern’s un-democratic laws, regulations, and appointments.

New Zealand faces a major challenge to the future of its democracy which it has never experienced before, since the coming to power of the current Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Ardern, who comes from a communist, socialist and dictatorial background, has changed the history of New Zealand by closing down both the economy and parliament with the excuse of covid.

By the time the next election comes along in 2023, it is expected that a number of ‘power-sharing’ laws will have been passed by the Ardern Government, that will change the nature of New Zealand democracy forever.

Ardern’s ‘secret’ agenda is called “He Puapua” and it was developed in 2019 as a blueprint for achieving the goal of 50:50 co-governance of the country by the Maori tribal elite by 2040.

This ‘co-governance’ objective undermines New Zealand democracy, that generations of Kiwis fought and died to preserve. Prime Minister Ardern will transfer 50 percent of democratic decision-making power to an elite of Maoridom, who represent just 16 percent of the population.

This ruling class of Maori supremacists Ardern is creating are unaccountable and unelected. They will be given disproportionate influence and the right of veto over the other 84 percent of New Zealanders, who will become second-class citizens in their own country.

Since the Prime Minister kept this policy agenda – to replace democracy with tribal rule – hidden from voters during the 2020 election campaign, she has no mandate for her antidemocratic agenda.

Two such ‘power sharing’ laws that are currently being progressed, will have a major impact on the country.

The first is the creation of a segregated health system that will prioritise health on the basis of race, not need.

While Britain and other countries are diversifying their centralised systems of health to enable more community involvement, Ardern is abolishing New Zealand’s community-based system. At present health is delivered by 20 District Health Boards to ensure local health needs are being met. But to enable the creation of a new Maori Health Authority that can be run by the tribal elite, with veto rights over the entire health system, New Zealand’s health system needs to be centralised.

A Bill to do just that is now currently before the New Zealand Parliament. In other words, Ardern is so ideologically driven that she intends restructuring the whole health system in the middle of a pandemic, even though her disastrous management of Covid-19 will ensure that hospitals, which have the lowest number of intensive care beds in the OECD, are about to be overwhelmed with seriously ill Covid patients.

Ardern’s second ‘power sharing’ initiative is the ‘Three Waters’. This is an ambitious plan to give the Maori tribal elite control of the country’s water supplies, which is being opposed by the vast majority of the country’s 67 councils and their communities.

Legislation to confiscate billions of dollars of community funded freshwater, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure and services from local councils, so it can be passed to new centralised bodies controlled by Maori, is expected by the end of the year.

In addition, the forthcoming Resource Management legislation is expected to deliver disproportionate power to the Maori tribal elite to control local authority consenting processes – including over private property.

Other damaging initiatives by Ardern that are underway include changing the country’s name from New Zealand to ‘Aotearoa’ without the support of the public, forcing the Maori language into all official communications even though the vast majority of New Zealanders cannot understand it, planning for the transfer of vast areas of public conservation land to Maori, introducing a Covid Response Act with a range of draconian and communist provisions including power for the Police to enter private homes without a warrant, and a clampdown on supermarket regulations including the potential establishment of a government-run supermarket chain!

There are two democratic ways of dealing with this.

First, is to draw up a list of amendments to every relevant law or regulation in need of repealing. This, however, would take years to achieve and would not restore democracy on a timely basis.

Secondly, the most time efficient and democratic approach is to draw up one Repealing Act of Parliament to repeal every law and regulation she has placed by law, before the next election. In addition, all persons who have been appointed under laws and regulations should be removed from office the day the repealing legislation is passed into law.

This legislation would be introduced into Parliament on day one of the new session before the Queen’s speech. It would receive three readings on day one of the new Parliament and then be taken to the Governor General that same day to sign into law (including the removal from office all persons appointed by such laws etc.).

The advantage of the day one approach is that it covers all aspects which have been un-democratically bought into law. The experience in which the United Kingdom has witnessed from Brexit, has shown that by keeping most EU laws and not repealing every law; some unworkable rules have been bought across without being known. A very good example concerns the EU law which forbids cattle and pig farmers from slaughtering their own animals. This means if there is a shortage of people to carry out this work at separate slaughter houses you end up with meat shortages with no EU workers coming to the UK.

The damage to democracy being caused by Jacinda Ardern’s Government is extraordinary and it needs an extraordinary response. A Repealing Act of Parliament would provide just that!