Friday, February 29, 2008

Is New Zeal a front for the National Party?

Is New Zeal a front for the National Party?

At New Zeel we like to ask the real questions, and this one was just begging to be asked. First lets begin with a challenge. Todays challenge is to read the following vision statement and from that decide which political party that statement belongs to:

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

Took a minute didn't it. Well it did for us. 'Obviously' it's the National Party vision statement...no wonder Dickwad Prebble wanted to merge with National in 2005...it was obviously just a cost cutting exercise since they are plainly the same party with a different name.

Now lets see what Trevor Loudon claims to believe in:

- I believe in freedom with responsibility, not freedom from responsibility.
- My ideal society is one in which government is slashed to the bone and people are free to reach their potential.

Ok, your typical Libertarian, 'indirect beliefs with no action required', type statement.

Ex-ACT Party Justice Spokesperson and all round wanker Steve Franks cuts right to the chase without batting an eyelid....while also batting for National:

"National is an increasingly active party. Do join as every member will count. If you are in Wellington Central that’s even better as it will help me with selection. Go to www.national.org.nz and click on Get Involved/Support National or go directly to Join National"

Crikey, is every ex-ACT Party member turncoating to National? Not quite.

One would wonder why, because like all Libertarian / right wing conservatives, they will not only turncoat on their own party, but also on the fundamental policies for which their political parties stand for.

Examples: Both the National and ACT party's policies are fairly anti anything Maori....repeal any legislation that mentions the word "Maori" until they have expunged all traces of Maori from legislation (a bit like various totalitarian dictators in time past who tried to destroy any record of the existence of their predecessors).

That goes without saying, from National to ACT to the Libertarian Party whose members often consider themselves to be anti-indigenous rights campaigners.

Yet which party was in power and assisted the implementation of the following specifically Maori services:

- Kohanga reo
- Kura Kaupapa
- Wananga
- Maori Health Providers
- Maori Social Service Providers

No surprises there, yep the National Party, you guessed correctly again, thats 2 from 2.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I didn't realise the National Party had such a communist agenda hidden under its rightest manifesto. I will not be voting for them again.

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- Kohanga reo
- Kura Kaupapa
- Wananga
- Maori Health Providers
- Maori Social Service Providers

Anonymous said...

If the NACTional Party was to form they still wouldn't have enough votes to assume power. Not unless the Greens and Maori Party decide to not supply Labour this time round.

Anonymous said...

Oh GOD THE COMMUNISTS ARE EVERYWHERE!!! SAVE US TREV!!!

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