Along with other former Members of Parliament including Hon Michael Bassett, Dr Don Brash, Dr Muriel Newman, Hon John Banks, Graeme Reeves, Hon Richard Prebble to name some, I have taken the up the cudgel by pen, to fight against the blatant racist policies of this Labour government. My days of a sword in hand as a police enforcer are past as it is between tending the roses that I pick up my feathered quill.
Voltaire once said: “To hold a pen is to be at war”.
In my view,
and as other commentators including left leaning Chris Trotter (1) also now begin to suggest, an
emerging outcome of Labour’s racially divisive policies will result in violence
on a different scale to 1981 Springbok protests.
Visible protest in the streets, can be handled. (2) The danger is, if the perpetrators of violence, go “invisible” i.e., “underground”.
is rising. Only a fool would not feel
to violence are politicians promoting division of New Zealand by ethnicity.
If I was
still Officer in Command of Police Spies, I would be conducting
surveillance/tracking on both anti-Maori separatist and on Maori separatist
for it only takes a couple of unstable believers on either side, to lose
the plot or OD on meths to ignite a civil war. The technology available
today makes this threat even more real.
temperature is rising. Only incompetent
police planning would not have considered the above.
As I trawl
back through recent history, I discern an insidious infection of our government
has been afoot, at least since 1972 when Maori activist Sid Jackson’s wife
Hana, regularly delivered pamphlets: “Kill a White & Die a Hero”.
The other day
I looked at what I said in my Maiden Speech (4) in 1987.
version? I name a number of Maori whom police had been
tracking and what some had been up to. The data was from files I had when in my
last role in the police: Inspector in charge of Criminal Intelligence and
VIP Security. Passage of time,
regrettably, appears to vindicate much of the content of that speech to
Maori MPs Rt Hon Dr Sir Peter Tapsell and Hon Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan
both crossed the floor from the Labour side to commend me for having the
courage to say what I said. On my side of the Chamber, Jim Bolger, Doug
Graham and Doug Kidd, glared from afar.
outcome? My car was torched outside the bedroom window
of my seven-year-old daughter.
Who may resort
Separatist” label non-Maori opposed to the separatist polices of Labour as “White
Supremist” and at the extreme end of opposition to so-called “co governance”, there
will be people who may well be in this category.
however a far larger and growing catchment of “ordinary Kiwis” who have had
enough of Maorification and it only takes one to over-step the line.
At the other
end of the paradigm, irrespective of Maori ceding sovereignty to the Crown - this
having been definitively asserted by academics and political leaders alike -
some Maori threaten to “take back our land by violence”. (5)
Helen Clark once
referred to this group as “wreckers and haters”. (6)
The fault for
this mess New Zealand now confronts, is not in the stars, but nor exclusively
at the doorstep of Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern.
point in time was the focus on some 200 claims by Maori to ownership of the
foreshore and seabed. Rt Hon Helen Clark (for whom I have respect) made
it clear to the then Chief Justice Sian Elias (for whom I have no
respect), following the latter’s speculative commentary about the
sanctity of Maori Customary law, that the ultimate law-making body in New
Zealand was its Sovereign Parliament.
of what appeared to me to be a bit of a power play between both ladies, was
that Prime Minister Helen Clark’s Labour government in 2004 passed the
Foreshore and Seabed Act which deemed the title to be held by the Crown.
Clark’s protection was repealed and replaced by National’s John Key via the
Marine and Coastal Area Act 2011. (7)
assessment, the irony of the land grab falls squarely at the feet of former Prime
Minister Rt Hon Sir John Key and his Attorney General Chris Finlayson. (8)
But it didn’t
Rt Hon Jim Bolger and Hon Doug
Graham’s mid-nineties proposition to a Special National government caucus
on Thursday morning (formal caucus is Tuesday mornings), that they intended to introduce
under Urgency, a Bill (i.e., law) to give rights to Maori over the foreshore of
our country which would empower them to “detain i.e., arrest and inspect”,
fishers’ catch of the day where they had been fishing within 12 nautical miles
of the coastline.
Prime Minister of the moment, informed caucus and at least three of his cabinet
ministers for the first time, that this was the hidden agenda, uproar
ensured - particularly from the three cabinet ministers who claimed they had no
knowledge of the “deal”.
They did well
to shout, but as members of the “Executive”, they were bound by “Collective
Responsibility”, so shout is all they did lest they lost their rank - not a
good idea for the pension factor!
to Executive rank, was not to arrive until my next term, so I was not bound and
gagged. Later that day I went “Live on Holmes”
TV in Auckland and called out the Prime Minister – who had no choice but to
appear “Live on Holmes” in Wellington. (9)
which followed was – distasteful – but the outcome was, Mr Bolger backed off
his stated intention earlier that day to ram through under Urgency, legislation
to grant Maori special rights over the rest of us Kiwis.
I share a
concern with a growing number of Kiwis that all we have aspired to, fought for,
and worked for; to secure education and opportunities for our children and
retirement for ourselves, is being stolen from us by the Labour government
which plunders with virtual impunity - as National abandons its core philosophy
and deserts voters who deserted “it” last election for a previous pitiful
immigrants who hope to soon be fully qualified Kiwis (yet this process is now
under threat) also have awareness of the threat to their ownership of land and
rights before the law as “equals”.
appears to be, that the beneficiaries of this asset and rights appropriation
under Labour’s policies, is that it benefits the “few Maori” at the apex
of the tribal system of Maori rule.
bloke who 7 years ago was sweeping streets in Ngaruwahia and the Maori lady who
3 years ago was stacking shelves at Remuera Foodtown, are still sweeping and
stacking today and this they will do until their time is up.
the Land of the
Long Black Cloud.
How did we
get to the perilous abyss we now stare into with uncertainty and foreboding?
As I penned
last week in “The Silent Weapon” (10)
philosophy which permeates not only our parliament but also the higher levels
of state bureaucracies (through systematic infiltration over at least the past
45 years as I look back and reflect on events)’ has massively manipulated New Zealand
to suit its pseudo communist ethos.
of this virus manifest in our government has been to champion the
altruistic crusade of, “climate catastrophe is nigh” and “woke is wonderful”
mentality which pervades bureaucracies globally. However, in Europe at the moment as economic
reality hits “the pocket” of the voter, the “integrity” of this altruistic quest
is rapidly being exposed.
In the UK Prime
Minister Liz Truss is lifting the ban on fracking. Germany is now
generating nearly a third of its electricity from coal. In Europe forests are
being cut for firewood. (11) Who was Greta? (12)
is, as the economic reality of the alarming level of asset and civil
rights usurpation under Labour’s reign begins to hurt main stream New Zealand
taxpayers, property owners and “the pocket”, will sufficient pressure emanate
from “The Rest” i.e., the 90 percent of New Zealanders who don’t qualify to
benefit from Labour’s policies of blatant inequality before the Law – to expose
the integrity of the Fabianism which brings division to the fore of New
PS I say,
“The Rest i.e., 90 percent” because it is clear to me that many of the 18
percent of New Zealanders who are part Maori, don’t buy Labour’s separatist agenda.
am one such person. (13)
(3) Teacher’s rugby club rooms, Auckland 1972
(4) NZ Parliamentary Debates. Vol 483 PP 1-740. 16 Sept – 15 Oct. 1987, pp 403-406 relevant pages. https://www.vdig.net/hansard/archive.jsp?y=1987&m=10&d=06&o=43&p=57
(6) https://www.nzcpr.com/the-big-lie/; http://tvnz.co.nz/content/423947/2556418/article.html
(9) I have the “Live on Homes TV” safely recorded on a stick safely deposited with a QC.
Meurant, graduate in politics both at university and as a Member of Parliament;
formerly police inspector in charge of Auckland spies & V.I.P. security;
currently Honorary Consul for an African state, Trustee and CEO of Russian
owned commercial assets in New Zealand and has international business interest.