By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
A MASSIVE “velvet glove” private land grab planned by Jacinda Ardern’s socialist regime in New Zealand has sparked a massive push-back across the country. On June 10 some 2000 landowners and community members in the country’s far north rallied outside the offices of the Far North District Council after a 193km convoy and march (hikoi) from the North Island’s northern tip.
And in the Southland and West Coast provinces, a farmers’ group called Groundswell has held an incredible 85 local protest meetings exposing Ardern’s neo-Marxist/Agenda 20-30 attempt to give government total control over privately held land through so-called Significant Natural Area declarations (SNAs).
The mapping designates areas of “environmental significance” and will put heavy restrictions on what can be done with the land in the future. That’s generally what any environmentalist legislation does when it comes to private property, which is to be abolished under the Agenda 21/20-30 global takeover.
The Far North District Council recently sent some 9000 letters to residents warning that up to 100 percent of their private property would be considered an SNA. Understandably, thousands of Kiwis are not buying the communistic plan pushed by their oh-so charming Prime Minister who once led the Socialist Youth International group – a nursery for the future leaders of the communist-fascist new world order technocracy.
The Far North protest prompted the regional council’s mayor John Carter to fly off to Wellington to meet Associate Minister for the Environment James Shaw and do some sort of deal to hose down all the public anger. But Shaw, a Green Party ideologue who envisages a “post-carbon New Zealand” where the bureaucratic elite drive Teslas and the general population pedal around on solar-powered bicycles, can’t bear the thought of people actually not liking SNA declarations.
Shaw then put his foot in his mouth, calling the Southland farmer group “a group of Pakeha farmers from down south”. It was a cheap grab at leftist identity politics. You could even call it racism. On the West Coast, three district mayors, a regional council chairman and two local Maori group chairmen wrote to Shaw opposing the SNA process. They expressed disappointment at receiving “generic response letter” in return.
Media reports on the far north protest did their best to ignore Northland resident Billy Te Kahika, who built a national populist protest movement in the lead-up to the October 2020 NZ election. Te Kahika fielded 60 candidates under the Advance New Zealand Party banner. The movement’s Facebook page received 5.3 million views. Social media tracker CrowdTangle said the figures were stunning in a nation of just 4.85 million people.
Yet in the election Advance NZ candidates including Te Kahika bombed terribly. Advance NZ was expected to win several seats, but Ardern won even more seats, raising suspicions that she had the covert “technical support” of the global Dominion-Scytl-ES&S electronic election network currently being exposed in the US election investigations.
Ardern’s Labour Party socialists, working through the country’s regional councils and under the thumb of massive China (CCP) business investment in the country, already exercise heavy control over private business and other activities through the regional council network and their “resource consent” approval process.
“Significant Natural Area” sounds all very “environmentally sensitive” but would set the precedent for a complete government control of New Zealanders’ private property. This velvet-glove socialist revolution would accord with the “Great Reset” plan of the World Economic Forum and its advertised 2030 future when “You will own nothing but be happy”.
Presumably the actual Minister for the Environment David Parker was too busy to deal with the protest, as he is also the Attorney General, Minister for Trade and Export Growth, Minister for Economic Development, and incidentally, MP for Otago.
Parker was Attorney General under the socialist zealot Helen Clarke but was forced to resign after being caught lodging false documents at the Companies Office. But Parker, like a number of other NZ Labour Party politicians caught breaking the law, escaped prosecution. There’s a certain “old boys network” in Kiwiland that seems to work well for the Labour Party.
Was this the same “old boys network” that runs the Freemasons scholarship that shoehorned Arden into political studies and work with the rabid globalist and former UK prime minister Tony Blair? Ardern, in cahoots with YouTube, recently took down 13 years of videos by leading alt media voice Vinny Eastwood, who frequently hosts Billy TK Jnr on his shows and played a major role in the 2020 election campaigning.
Eastwood was devastated by the brazen theft of his work, but continues to broadcast via AmericanFreedomradiotv and Twitch@VinnyEastwood.
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.