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Sean Plunket talks to Don Brash about co-governance and changing the nature of NZ's democracy

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
Jun 22, 2022

Don you always tell it how it is.....thankyou

Democracy is barely clinging to the cliff edge, a dictatorship is being built and implemented by a group of people that believe in a greater, brighter future - for themselves - called the New World Order........

Their 'leaders' control the strings of these puppets and the puppets serve them well, in return they are rewarded for obeying.


Our country has been renamed by stealth, no discussion, just a signature from queen Ardern and its done......now she is off to get her new set of instructions for the next stage of destruction, leaving our fractured country in the hands of her clones to continue the job..........

WAKE UP PEOPLE......we are facing the fight…

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Julian Batchelor
Julian Batchelor
Jun 22, 2022

Oh dear. I was more disappointed with Sean Plunket. He was more than just playing the devil's advocate. The reality is that I think he is out of touch. He has lost his edge. He is not reading the situation well at all.


Doesn't he understand:

That a coup is taking place, a heist?

That publicly owned assets are being plundered?

That the basis of this heist is fraudulent - and that the wording of the Treat Of Waitangi has been changed by gangsters in the Beehive?

That fraud is a serious criminal offence?

That our nation is awash with a well orchestrated propaganda campaign designed to Maorify the population?

That a brainwashing campaign is fully underway, and has been…


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Peter Y
Peter Y
Jun 23, 2022
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I don't believe Sean is out of touch, but he was doing his best Luxon impersonation and sitting on the fence (a little too well to my liking) as an 'impartial journalist.' Don was being a bit too nice and should have perhaps been somewhat more forthright about the sovereignty and some of the other bs Sean espoused as being the current narrative, but that's just the thoroughly decent chap Don is. Sean is way too complacent about the name of our country and I put that down to perhaps a lack of offshore/world experience.


But, you're right, what's going down is indeed very serious.

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Which opposition party has said they will repeal any such new labor Party law and if none why not?

Don't support parties that won't support your ideals.

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ACT has promised it will repeal 3 Waters, Health reforms and more - check out its program if elected. I’m disgusted with Nationals lack of fight. Lost my vote - They have lost their way!

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Great discussion!

maori language and the use of maori ceremony has no place in the day-to-day governance of New Zealand!!!!

English is used internationally and by the many nationalities that live in New Zealand.

Maori, take care of your own language in your homes: teach your children so it is not lost (note: only 40% maori adults and 20% of their child speak some maori).

DON’T FORCE IT ON ALL NEW ZEALANDERS NOR ALLOW THIS LABOUR GOVERNMENT TO DO THE SAME!!!!

Dr Don Milham

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Michael
Michael
Jun 23, 2022
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I agree with you, more is required than just throwing money at the problem. Associate Minister of Education (Māori) Kelvin Davis said last year that the government had put half a billion into Māori education in the previous 2 years, a large proportion of it for kohanga and kura funding. He said the government was trying to grow the number of Māori children attending Māori medium education from 5% to 30% in the next 2 decades.

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The Treaty has not been reinterpreted as Plunket suggests. It has been systematically changed over the years by the part -Maori activists to a form that suits them financially.

No government in those intervening years has bothered to correct the situation. It's amazing how a treaty is made between two parties, then later one party makes changes it to suit.

If this situation continues, and personally I cannot see any future government stopping it, as it has gone too far, then the end result may be civil war.

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tjalling.jonker
tjalling.jonker
Jun 23, 2022
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well, the treaty of versailles was "changed" by a certain german corporal (of austrain descent) ....... maybe maori have learned from pakeha history?

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