Let me state this from the get go… some of you won’t like what I’m about to say… tuff titties!
I won’t pander to defeatist cowards who don’t have the Balls to stand behind the Brave Freedom Heroes who have put themselves in the fight.
Lets be clear about this…. If you vote for any of the parties that supported Vax mandates and lockdowns (including Act, and NZ First), you will no longer have the right to complain about these evils.
*You* are the problem if you intend to support these evil F237$!
Vote for one of the new parties who are expressly for your rights or shut TF up!
The only way you can maintain your integrity and maintain any claim to be part of the Resistance to the Woke Covid Climate change Globalist’s is if you vote for one of The New Small Freedom parties… Not National. Not Act. Not NZ First.
The most common gripe I hear as to why many people think voting for one of the small New Freedom parties is ‘a waste of your vote’ is because they don’t think any of them will get past the 5% threshold to get people into parliament.
This is Bogus! Not only is it a self-fulfilling/ self-defeatist stupidity… in reality it does not matter if a party gets 5% to still be a valuable vote!
It sure would be nice to get straight into parliament, but The truth is they only need 3-4% to remain a viable fighting force after the election and set them in good stead for growing to cross the line *next election*.
This is a long term game.
Not to appreciate this is plain Naïve.
It takes a monumental amount of work and effort to build credibility and get a party across the line. These parties are only at first base.
*They need us to vote for them* so that they will take heart and carry on the fight long term.
Photo (above) was posted to Twitter (X). It was from Hamilton West where dozens of Labour Party election bill boards were sprayed with Graffiti, others totally destroyed.
Symbolic of many New Zealanders outrage and disgust for Jacinda Ardern’s catastrophic governance of our country over the past 6 years.
Labour are toast.
A friend sent me an email asking who I’m voting for this election.
My reply follows… This is difficult to write as by declaring my views, it will cause some people I respect do be disappointed that I have not come out in full support of them or their team.
This is not because I don’t in support them… the problem is *the Freedom moment is fractured*, making it a nightmare for people like myself who does no want to be part of this this division and wants to work to unite as many Freedom advocates together as we can for under a democracy there is strength in numbers.
Divided we fall.
That this is true has effected my leanings for this election.
I know many friends will disagree with my recommendations below.
This is why freedom and tolerance are essential for friendships and society.
If after the election a single party stands head and shoulders above the rest, that is most likely to be where I will support moving forward.
As the election is close I don’t believe I can sit on the fence in indecision any more… so I’m revealing my preference now for others to contemplate my rationale.
I will still vocally support *These small parties* right up to the elections, and I wish them all success.
Each of them has their merits, and true Freedom advocates whom have my deep respect.
Note: What follows is a reply to an old friend. It’s not meant to be Razor sharp and unassailable… It’s lightweight.
Hey Tim… Who will you be voting for?????
This election is a terrible mess for those of us who want New Zealand to return to ‘the good old days’ of freedom, tolerance, etc.
In my opinion *All* the parties and politicians currently in parliament are corrupt and guilty of complicity with the radical woke agenda, Covid tyranny, massive debt, and expansion of racism. all of which are the legacy of Jacinda Ardern selling our country out to the World Economic Forum and the Great Reset.
So I will not vote for *Any of them*. I hold both National and Act, and New Zealand First as all guilty.
Yet where does that leave me?
The people of New Zealand are most likely to vote our Labour, and they will be replaced with a National-Act Government.
This will be an improvement on the Labour madness but not as great a reform as is needed, and will not save our country from the tentacles of the WEF.
Out of fear that Labour might win, many freedom people will be voting for Nat/Act.
The reasons being 1. They do not deserve our votes.
They will not hold inquiries into the evils of the past 6 years because the themselves went along with those evils… so they will continue the great lies… and we will be in danger of more lockdowns when ever any so-called ‘new Covid strains’ are announced.
2. There are several small new parties that have been formed by good freedom fighters who need support,
Parties that want to fix the real problems.
Parties that want to have investigations and hold the guilty to account.
Parties that actually champion *my Freedom and equality values*
It would be immoral for me to turn my back on these heroic good parties out of fear and vote for Nat/Act.
New Zealand desperately needs *New Blood* in parliament and there are some excellent Heroic New Zealanders who have stepped up.
The sad thing is they have not formed a single strong united party,
These are head strong individuals and there are personality clashes,
So they are leading their own parties, against each other. splitting / weakening the Freedom vote.
Its a real shame… The established parties can celebrate because our division in the freedom movement is self-defeating.
The Leighton Baker Party.
The New Conservatives.
Democracy New Zealand.
Freedoms New Zealand.
As the election approaches internal squabbles cause some of these parties to self destruct.
I still have not made a final decision as to which of these I will vote for.
Yet one will get my party vote.
If any of them have a candidate in Hamilton West. They will get my candidate vote.
If they were united we could guarantee that party would easily get past the 5% mark and into parliament, yet because they are fractured It makes it very hard… and fewer people will vote for any of them because they ‘think’ to do so ‘is a wasted vote’.
I think that is 100% wrong!
New Zealand needs to get new people into parliament. People who believe and support freedom, national independence, defends free speech, defends of our rights to chose our own medical treatments, racial equality before the law, and prohibit the education system from Woke indoctrination,
This being so I will be voting for one of these new parties, and even if they only get 3% I will stand by my vote and be happy I voted for them.
The more of us who do this the stronger result they will get, and it will uphold them to remain in the fight for the next election.
Hopefully some of them will be able to get over their differences and Unite, making them much stronger for 2026.
I may then put myself back in the game too.
The Freedoms New Zealand Party is a coalition of groups with Brian Tamaki and Lawyer Sue Grey.
This party will get a strong result. Some people don’t like Brian Tamaki… understandable… yet the man has done much to show he is for Freedom and New Zealand. Sue Grey is another wonderful Freedom fighter.
New Zealand would be much better off with these people in parliament.
Hear Leighton Baker here
Leighton Baker is Ex New Conservatives Leader… and another great freedom Advocate.
NZ Loyal was founded by Ex TV personality Liz Gunn. Another wonderful Freedom advocate and vocal opponent of Jacinda Ardern.
Liz is full of patriotism and passion, very articulate and has a large and growing following.
Democracy NZ has an Ex National Party MP (Matt King) as Leader, and was doing extraordinarily well with a good chance of getting in to parliament, yet had a big implosion which caused a big loss of support.
New Conservatives have been in the game for several elections. They are an established party, I voted for them last time. Yet after the last election they spat the dummy and lost a lot of their top people… including Leighton baker, who now has his own party. Despite these things I have been strongly considering voting for them again.
The last election was *super suspect*.to the degree I believe there is evidenced of election fraud… I blogged about this evidence… (see Link below)
So My friend… that is how I read the cards as of today.
It really is a difficult choice.
I’m leaning towards *Freedoms New Zealand.* with one caveat… I need to clarify their position on *Co-governance*.
For me resolute opposition to that is morally non-negotiable.
I believe they have a fair chance at getting 5%, I believe their structure will allow them to assimilate some of the other parties into their coalition group… which I believe is the way forward.
This does not mean I have anything against the other small parties… I would love to support them all. Yet that can’t be done.
I have made some efforts to contact some of these parties yet received no feed back.
None of them have approached me to join them… another small party did yet it will not be registered this election, and I declined.
I have contemplated standing as an independent, yet to be fair I don’t have the spare resources to do that.
Anyway I’s great to get your email!
It would have been easier to make a choice… for everyone… if there was one stand out party that clearly had the greater share of top notch candidates, and popular support, yet that is not the case. All the choices have virtues and vises, strengths and weaknesses.
For example I have spent years criisising Brian Tamaki’s political antics over the last 2 decades, yet now I am considering giving his party my vote.
I believe both himself and Sue Grey have stepped up over the recent Tyranny and Woke madness of the Arden Regime and absolute lack of opposition from National and Act.
*Freedom* has become their watchword… so though undoubtedly I will not agree with many of Brian and Sues ideas and opinions, I do not hesitate to suggest that New Zealand would be much much better off with them in parliament compared to the shysters we now suffer.
They are fighting for our Freedom and Rights, and National Sovereignty… which is essential if we New Zealanders are to maintain of Democratic society in which we choose how our country will be governed… not a committee of Evil Foreign Dictators.
Friends, I know you appreciate how important this election is. You desire to make your votes count. So do I. I will not waiver from calling you all out should you decide to vote for Ardern’s collaborators Act, National, NZ First! There are Freedom Heroes who need our support!
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