New Zealand’s newest political party to oppose PM Adern’s emerging police state
THE New Zealand Public Party leader is under threat from possible shadowy state actors behind International Socialist Jacinda Ardern’s medical dictatorship legislation.
NZPP is New Zealand’s newest political party and is being led by businessman and musician Billy Te Kahika, son of famous Kiwi rock-blues guitarist Billy TK.
The party, which is only a few weeks old gathered up its required 550 members in one week and a recent Te Kahika broadcast on Facebook attracted some 50,000 views.
NZPP has recently held eight well supported meetings around North Island towns and cities including Wellington and Auckland.
The party is a classic populist movement exposing and fighting Agenda 20-30 and big government controls on land use, corporate control of food production, big pharma corruption and the scamdemic.
But Te Kahika’s current greatest concern is the draconian legislation of Jacinda Ardern’s government to legalize police-state powers under the cover of COVID-19 tracking.
The COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill passed 63 to 57 in May gives police sweeping powers to enter homes without warrants.
The Act allows the Health Minister to issue an order to allow police or “enforcement officers” to close certain premises or roads, ban certain types of travel or congregations, or require people to be physically distant or to stay at home.
It allows warrantless searches of private property “if there is a reasonable belief that the alert level rules were being broken”.
Meanwhile Te Kahika says he is not indulging in political stunts when warning of threats.
He has military intelligence credentials from his time in the NZ Army and is well aware of real threats or otherwise.
He told his followers in a Facebook video feed he would be contacting NZ intelligence agencies and police over the threats.
“We’ve had very serious warnings by someone in the know,” he said.