New Zealand had an election in the weekend with predictable results, determined in my mind by fear, delusion and a hope for deliverance from a pandemic that has had minimal impact apart from destroying an economy that was already in deep trouble.
From Seemorerocks :
Monday, 19 October 2020
I discuss the huge government debt and other issues which, taken together, indicate that New Zealanders are in for hard times ahead.
For the first time since New Zealand introduced proportionalrepresentation we have a situation (for the first time since the mid-1990’s where a party can rule on its own – effectively, an elected dictatorship.
Deconstructing the results of
the New Zealand election
This last weekend saw an election in New Zealand. The results of the elections was easily foreseen. It was no shock.
And the population, driven by fear and gratitude for being delivered from what is a COVID-19 Plandemic.
People are so grateful – we seem to have even found a solution to the common cold and flu by getting people to wear masks and hideaway.
It’s just a pity that it cost the economy and many other aspects of our national life and to get this wondrous result.
I have been far more interested – and concerned by – events as they are unfolding in the United States at the moment. I was so interested in the election results as they were coming in they went to bed I’m at my usual time, which is about 8 pm.
I am so disenchanted with New Zealand politics that I was not going to vote at all I but I based on the scurrilous campaign against a small party that opposes government policies on the pandemic lockdown as well is its New World Order policies and cuddling up to China that I did get out to vote and voted for the party that got 20,000 votes Despite having 70,000 people listed and 59,000 regular financial donations
I am not going to say that this was a rigged election and some on social media have suggested but there is certainly some glaring irregularities.
There were two things that happened in the days leading up to the election.
The first was that a day or so before Saturday’s election Facebook took down Advance NZ (that’s Billy te Kahikas party). Given the perfect timing And the riddle of the results I find it hard to say that this is a coincidence and FB just “chose” that moment to strike.
Nothing of course can be proven but it is highly suspicious and I have heard rumours that I have been unable to confirm, that the debt-ridden government gave $53 million to Facebook (to Facebook!).
What if that is true? The NZ GOVT being able to rely on the social media giant to come to the rescue and remove the presence of a highly inconvenient party that got under the govt’s skin.
The second involves Winston Peters, who the public has been taught to hate.
In the days leading up to the election a case being brought to the serious fraud office about the New Zealand first foundation, connected to Winston Peters, its leader who was largely instrumental in keeping the government in power as well as providing a check and perhaps even counterweight to the other left-wing parties – Labour and the Greens…READ MORE
Great blog; please take time to read the whole item at the source! MH