NZ: A Call to Action from a Concerned Citizen with a Solution

All too often at Uncensored we receive communications from people who are fed up with the way things are going socially, politically and economically, and need a platform to share their views on the state of the nation. It is easy to complain (as I do on a daily basis!) but harder to come up with a plan and a practical solution.

Here’s a communication from Jacqueline Walter, and she needs YOUR help to make NZ a better place for our children’s future! This is an opportunity to make a difference. Now is the time. Martin

Hello dear New Zealanders,

We are in dire straits, and you know it.

However, most of us are politically complacent (as we should be). In our democracy complacency, even apathy, holds the middle ground. May it never be any different!

I have a calling to be our next Prime Minister. Hear me out, please, for the sake of all the children —

Is there anyone else in our country who is stating outright that they have this calling? What do they teach in school these days? And, what did the old codgers learn in school?

Of note is a recent MSM piece where the author pits the leaders of our two main parties against one another as though this is usual in our politics.

Policy takes a back seat to ideology and identity, and MSM rules that roost. This is common knowledge to us in the silent majority, whether that be the apathetic or the actively concerned.

So, ideology it is. I am playing this game as befits our leader. She is my Prime Minister despite the fact that in every way, except physically, she is not mine. I say she is not us, therefore none of our present parliamentarians are our representatives.

My game is an ideology of one, my servant-hood, and I am the antidote to her.

My project of becoming our next Prime Minister goes in stages and has, to date, been lonesome. Presently, the political pathway I travel is called The Everything Protest.

I envisage the gathering of new politicians (experts in their fields) and general supporters joining with me for TEP and afterwards marching on to becoming a new major political party just in time.

My recent work is recorded in a public campaign diary during the local body elections.

My stages tend to run through fairly quickly and it now remains to be seen whether TEP will solely be another episode of personal character growth.

Protesting is a negative activity. I had never been a protester prior to my visit to our Parliament protest in February. TEP won’t last long.

If you read my blog, it’s best taken in context from the beginning, and you might want to cut me some slack. I have always done that for my fellow Kiwis, sometimes to the point of gravely disadvantaging myself. (Not any more though. I’ve got mongrel in me now.)

Thank you to Martin at Uncensored for this opportunity to reach out. I can be reached by text in the first instance.

022 384 4715

If I were the mayor here, I would probably be leading a march to Wellington spurred by the plight of Baby Will’s family. My heart is with them.

In my blog posts I introduced words and terms such as ‘neo progression’, ‘All Us Moderates’ and ‘The Rizzi deal’.

Who will gather around to help put distance between this public campaign of tedious posts and me? I can do it alone – but, what if?

We Kiwis desperately need to move on, without delay.

It would be nice if this were my last piece without advisors and active supporters. We are ready to hit the ground running. New Zealanders can find safe ground.

Kind regards, kia ora

Jacqueline Walter


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Martin Harris

I have a lovely partner and 3 very active youngsters. We live in the earthquake ravaged Eastern Suburbs of Christchurch, New Zealand. I began commenting/posting on Uncensored back in early 2012 looking for discussion and answers on the cause and agendas relating to our quakes. I have always maintained an interest in ancient mysteries, UFOs, hidden agendas, geoengineering and secret societies and keep a close eye on current world events. Since 2013 I have been an active member of community, being granted admin status and publishing many blogs and discussion threads. At this time I'm now helping out with admin and moderation duties here at Uncensored where my online "life" began.

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