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 What have you done Winston Peters? What have you done?  The Nazguls are only circling because YOU gave Cindy the Flightplan. 

You bastard.

I just love courageous, eccentric, bold and human Kiwis. I really do. I have enormous admiration for this tiny country at the bottom of the world that dares to be extraordinary and dares to be bold and cheeky in the face of global grandiose.

What a shame the Nation of New Zealand is now governed by a globalist leftist greenie who has no comprehension of the people who came before her.


Worse still, that her Government was enabled by a man who professes to be a proud New Zealander and a proud Maori.

It is easy to blame Jacinda Ardern for her audacity since becoming Prime Minister. Yet she was only placed in to a position of power by ONE MAN. Winston Peters.

Never ever lose sight of that fact. Without his vote, his support and his betrayal, New Zealand would not be in the position it is facing today. And facing with dread.


Unless, of course, you are a leftie green vegan who hates driving a car or seeing your country prosper, in which case, it is rather marvellous. But if you felt comfortable in your little bolthole of a country far from the roving eye of globalism, it is not necessarily so good. From a quiet and comfortable Kiwi that was happy to live on the forest floor and pop out at night, Kiwiland is firmly in the spotlight. And we all know that Kiwis do NOT like bright lights and prefer the solitude of being left alone to do their business.

Look at Sir Edmund Hillary... hardly a man who sought the bright light of fame.

“I have discovered that even the mediocre can have adventures and even the fearful can achieve.”

“You don't have to be a hero to accomplish great things---to compete.”

“People do not decide to become extraordinary.”

Sir Ernest Rutherford was content to carry out his brilliance without fuss or bother. As he once famously ( or quietly said )

“ ´Of all created comforts, God is the lender; you are the borrower, not the owner.”

I cannot ignore one of my personal heroes June Opie who, despite no famous quote after spending years in an iron lung after suffering polio, called her book “ Over My Dead Body. “

We have the amazing man Burt Munro, made famous in the movie “ The World’s Fastest Indian “ and we have those like Rob Moodie who reached extraordinary heights but faded off in to obscurity… perhaps because he likes it that way.


Kiwis are not a boastful people. They are like the Kiwi namesake – content to knuckle down, eat, forage and make a home in the quiet of our sanctuary that is called New Zealand.

When Ms Ardern raised the Nation to International prominance in March I wonder whether she did New Zealand any favours?

I am reminded of JRR Tolkien’s novel “ Lord of the Rings “ when the Dark Lord became aware of the Shire. The Nazgul started searching and seeking the hitherto quiet and unobtrusive hobbits of The Shire.

Until then, New Zealand was a subject of ridicule about sheep, Flight of the Concords and a not too bad a place to race some yachts. Oh, and hobbits.

Now, it is at the forefront of global leftism, climate change agendas and the Nazgul are circling.

Kiwiland was better off when it was a place for rich people to invest in and dream about retiring to; a far off land that no one gave a bugger about and was largely left alone to check out the wonders of the forest floor, the amazing fishing and the great hunting.

Now? Jacinda Ardern has hoisted a huge neon light, shone it on Kiwiland and said “ Look at me! “


And New Zealand, I fear, would much prefer to have been left in the forest and alone to potter on – under the radar of the horror of what is going on in the rest of the world.

“I feel that as long as the Shire lies behind, safe and comfortable, I shall find wandering more bearable: I shall know that somewhere there is a firm foothold, even if my feet cannot stand there again.” - ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

What have you done, Jacinda? And what have you done, Winston Peters?

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