No Minister

IT WAS A “MISTAKE”, YEAH RIGHT.

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The public narrative via the hamstrung bought and paid for (by way of a loan able to be called up should the intent of the payment be in doubt) mass media, apart from a small number of rare bold souls to wit Hosking, Soper, duPlessis Allen, will perpetrate a total myth that a brazen attempt to “entrench”significant parts of the handover of water assets taken by fiat from local ownership and the billions involved vested in the hands of unelected Maori elite, a miniscule number of the 17% allegedly identifying as Maori proportion of the New Zealand population, was a “Mistake that will be corrected on Tuesday when Parliament resumes.

What a total crock of shit!

I have had some experience of meetings in many fields and often in the chair that includes a serious responsibility for all to participate, have a say and then become responsible for the outcome decided by a majority vote and in many instances, even if opposed as vigorously as possible under the rules in play, become accepting of the will of the majority apart from the rare option exercised to have one’s opposing vote recorded.

All last week following the disclosure of the vote during the “Committee of the Whole House” to include the “Entrenchment clause” of 60% being required to overturn the theft and handing over of all freshwater rights to the control of less than 1% of New Zealand Citizens, the Labour cabal went to extraordinary lengths to exclude their Dear Leader from any involvement in the scurrilous move to subvert a very basic plank of the Unwritten Constitutional arrangement, where a sitting Parliament places a rather difficult impediment for a subsequent elected parliament to overturn a decision using whatever mandate is handed it by the electorate.

In a clear move by the Mahuta Corporation head honcho, the main driver of the Maorification of New Zealand law gained the cooperation of useful idiot Green Party list MP Eugenie Sage to promote an eleventh hour Supplementary Order Paper in the late stages of the consideration by the Committee of the Whole. When challenged as to the serious move to subvert the Constitutional norm, Dear leader’s response on Monday was; “NOT NECESSARILY SOMETHING I WAS AWARE OF”

What happens in Caucus and or Cabinet is never revealed unless of advantage to those who wish otherwise from the inner sanctum, and although convention suggests a Prime Minister would nominally be in “The Chair” at both those gatherings, making sure all wishing to speak would be heard in relative silence, it is a massive stretch to believe she and House Leader Hipkins did not know “anything”. So six days later after Mahuta blathered out that the entrenchment clause from non caucus attendee Sage was indeed considered by the meeting of all NZLP MPs at a Caucus Meeting, before being placed before the Committee of the Whole and voted into the bill now passed for the “Third Reading”, Hipkins is now suggesting “The Mistake” will be addressed by referring it back to “The Committee of the Whole House”.

She lies, we know she lies, she knows we know she lies, yet she still lies.

Of course with the Propaganda arm of her party ensuring their loan is not to be recalled by demand, very few know about the continual torrent of misinformation, disinformation, and outright lies. She flew to The United nations to rail about such as a “weapon of war” that must be curtailed, “TO PREVENT THE DESTRUCTION OF DEMOCRACY”.

There will be an accounting somewhere, sometime, but sadly long after she has been placed fairly and squarely where it is destined her place in history will be.

One worse than her seems very unlikely but I would not rule it out.

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Written by Gravedodger

December 5, 2022 at 8:13 am

Posted in New Zealand

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  1. Yes, the worst of the worse. Just be be gone arden.

    kevn

    December 5, 2022 at 8:36 am

  2. The mayhem and destruction of large swarths of humanity that they promote has already begun in Holland and Germany.

    The Dutch have just announced the closure of 3000 farms, despite the protests of farmers, while the Germans plan to curtail agriculture such that Germany will be become a net importer of food (source Sky News Australia, yesterday).

    As for Aderns fate, as most of these people who promote revolution and mayhem, and as history teaches us, they are consumed by the chaos they ferment.

    Usually eaten by those further up the chain, or in this case, those below her, before society finally rights itself and returns to a sense of “normality.”

    In the meantime a lot of “ordinary” people will suffer quite extraordinary things in the name of ideology they promote

    rossco

    December 5, 2022 at 9:22 am

  3. Solzhenitsyn of course:

    “We know they are lying, they know they are lying, they know we know they are lying, we know they know we know they are lying, but they are still lying.”

    Actually that statement or variations of it, was quite common in the USSR and everybody understood that the real point of the quote was not about lies per se but that it meant The Powers That Be were flaunting their power by demonstrating that there was nothing that ordinary subjects could do about it.

    And when you look at the failure of the MSM to call this out as a lie and even spin it on behalf of Ardern and Labour, then you know you’re dealing with the same mindset.

    She lies because she can get away with it, to show us that we’re effectively powerless. There will be an election next year and Ardern and some of the liars supporting her will (likely) have their political careers ended. But their attitudes won’t change and they’ll find other positions of power in our society, joining the legion of liars that enabled them – and who remain “in power”.

    Tom Hunter

    December 5, 2022 at 9:34 am

  4. Of course “entrenchment” is a like a limited nuclear strike on the opponent.

    Short term thinkers like ex Maori radio DJ’s currently sitting in Parliament, and other Maori grubbers, thinks its a wonderful idea. Little do they think of the downstream consequences.

    Ex Maori radio DJ’s who currently sit in Parliament at the behest of the voters can be quite quickly become ex politicians and back to being radio dj’s, if they can find a job.

    A limited strike on the opposition can in the blink of an eye back fire quite badly. More experienced and more “sage “politicians realise this, despite the initial slathering over the damage the initial strike will inflict.

    A year to come in politics is quite short, if the current opposition did by a miracle get over 75% then the retaliatory strike coming the other way may not have justified the initial investment in a limited strike,

    Just ask General Putin

    rossco

    December 5, 2022 at 9:36 am

    • Retaliation is not in National’s vocab.
      Continuation is.

      leoj

      December 5, 2022 at 9:51 am

  5. One has to wonder where “ex Maori radio DJ’s currently sitting in Parliament, and other Maori grubbers”, got this idea from.

    I mean to say it would be beyond their intelligence and abilities, you would think people with more experience of parliamentary processes would be driving this.

    I dont know, but the idea flashed through my mind that a number of NINO’s (National in Name Only) have been very quiet of recent times.

    Ummmmmm….. just innocent speculation from me.

    rossco

    December 5, 2022 at 9:59 am

    • You and Chris Trotter alike, Parliament’s Collective Failure To Defend The Constitution.:

      Sherlock Holmes’ famous observation concerning the dog that did not bark, might be applied with equal justification to the Opposition that did not bite.

      Tired though National’s and Act’s MPs may have been, and eager to get home to their beds, Ms Sage’s SOP should have had the same effect upon them as a bucket of cold water. Members of the Opposition parties should have risen instantly to their feet, baying like bloodhounds for the Speaker to rule upon the constitutional propriety of the Green MP’s SOP. Expressions of anger and disgust should have been ringing off the Chamber’s walls like the echoes of heavy artillery.

      I’ve said before that I can (almost) accept ACT and especially National’s adopting the “small-target” strategy of Aussie John Howard circa 1995 after he lost the “unloseable” election in 1992. It put him in power for a long time.

      But there are limits to just waiting for an exhausted government to fall over so that you can take power, and this episode was surely one such limit.

      Or maybe it was less weariness than simple stupidity; they really didn’t realise what this meant. Having encountered a few National and ACT MP’s in my time I don’t think that can be discounted.

      Tom Hunter

      December 5, 2022 at 10:15 am

      • Actually Tom I think this is the more important point of Trotters, very good article,

        “””It has also emerged that the Crown’s legal advisers had warned those responsible for the legislation (Ms Mahuta presumably) that such a course of action would be constitutionally abhorrent. It is further suggested that Cabinet received the same advice.

        All to no avail. Neither Crown Law, nor the Attorney-General, were able to dissuade the Prime Minister from writing to the Opposition leaders, seeking their support for adding anti-privatisation to the list of core democratic rights and freedoms entrenched in our electoral legislation “””””

        As for Lux and Seymour they continually fail to impress. Handed to them on a plate, just like the Covid scam, just like the Parliamentary protest, all heavenly made for an opposition …….

        The problem with democracy is democracy, it allows scum to rise to the top and gives them the opportunity to corrupt democracy in so many ways.

        New Zealand is experiencing that perfect storm of fragments coming together to destroy the system that allowed their creation in the first place.

        rossco

        December 5, 2022 at 11:57 am


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