Could Labour and their treasonous tribal cronies get back in?

Coalition negotiations have been going on for a long time and the parties are not telling us why—but neither should they.

It’s hard to be super-optimistic that they will come to an agreement.

However, there’s nothing to stop us from telling them to pull out all the stops, make it work. Tell them how deeply afraid we are at the thought we’re about to let Labour and their treasonous, black-hearted cronies back in.

The conservative parties must pull out all the stops to create a coalition.

Just remember why we voted out Labour: continual failures of basic government, made lethal by the expansion of the new tribal rule. If it’s tribal, it’s not democracy.

Remember, the media, the civil service and countless institutions (doctors, universities, educational hierarchy, engineers, and more) very much want to wreck our beliefs, institutions and ancient principles of freedom.

Will the Governor-General be forced to act?

It would be a disaster for everyone if we let them back in. National, ACT and NZ First must agree on something, anything, before the Governor-General has no option but to invite the enemies of a free society to form a minority government.

We need lots of articles showing why a Labour, Greens, Maori Party coalition would be a disaster for democracy and the country. We must send them to our MPs, party leaders and any media that will publish them. There are now good conservative channels we can use.

We really must strive for a sensible outcome, as another three years of tribal thinking are unthinkable.

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4 Thoughts on “Could Labour and their treasonous tribal cronies get back in?

  1. As Winnie has pointed out, it would have been helpful if National and ACT had started talks earlier, instead of hoping like hell it would just be the two of them.
    David Seymour made it clear that keeping NZ First out was more important than implementing their joint policies.
    Regardless, it would be very interesting to know the sticking points.

    • Richard Treadgold on 14/11/2023 at 3:42 pm said:

      I don’t understand why Seymour was against NZF’s policies.

    • John Power on 21/11/2023 at 11:12 am said:

      “Regardless, it would be very interesting to know the sticking points.”

      I think I might have found one of them for you, Barbara. According to the Bing AI search-engine, in the 2023 election National made a manifesto commitment to “Deliver Net Zero carbon by 2050” while ACT made a manifesto commitment to “repeal the Climate Change Act”.

      Bing continues: ACT Party leader David Seymour stated that his party would stop what he says is wasteful climate change spending. His party’s climate policies include repealing the Zero Carbon Act, which requires the government to set an emissions reduction plan, and tying New Zealand’s emissions cap to those of its trading partners. ACT would also build infrastructure such as bridges and roads that could cope with climate change. Furthermore, ACT would get rid of the Zero Carbon Act and the Climate Change Commission. His party would also repeal “the oil and gas ban, 100 percent renewable electricity generation, the Clean Car Discount, and any spending on mitigation in areas that are covered by the ETS”.

      I can’t imagine how the two parties could possibly negotiate their way past that sticking point this side of the next millennium.

  2. Richard Treadgold on 21/11/2023 at 11:51 am said:

    “this side of the next millennium”, huh? I’m sure you’re right, John, as it’s obviously a long shot that one of the adults might insist on citing the actual science that shows a) GHG gases apart from water vapour incapable of a major influence on weather, and b) NZ’s total emissions, at 0.15% of global emissions, have not a ghost of a chance of endangering the world.

    There seems to me no reason New Zealand cannot say this in polite company — oh, just a minute! It would highlight the lies everybody is believing, would it not? Ah, heck, let’s do it anyway!

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