New political party 1 Law 4 All   7 Jun 2013

1 Law 4 All

7 June 2013

New political party 1 Law 4 All

A new political party, 1 Law 4 All, has been founded. The party wants all New Zealanders to be treated equally at law and in government funding, regardless of race.

1Law 4 All has evolved from a steering committee of concerned citizens who see no end to the government's granting ever more superior rights, and special funding to part-Maoris, based on their race. The steering committee is made up of previous financial and active members of ACT, Green, Labour, Libertarianz, National and other parties. For the next three months, the 1 Law 4 All party will be concentrating on a membership drive. The leadership team will be announced later, and the Party expects to take List votes from both National and Labour.

The 1 Law 4 All Party is already enjoying considerable support from people who are fed up with the way that the National Party has betrayed the rights of the public - especially over the foreshore and seabed - in order to buy the parliamentary votes of the Maori Party. It intends to outline the damage that Treaty Minister Finlayson is doing to the sovereignty and unity of the nation by his "co-governance" agreements with his favoured tribes, like Tuhoe.

The 1 Law 4 All Party is also gaining good support from people who are fed up with Labour's support of rampant Treatyism. Especially those "blue collar workers" who do not like the way that they are being made second class citizens in their own country. Something that is even enshrined in the Labour Party's Constitution. 1 Law 4 All's position is that the Treaty of Waitangi signed at Waitangi on 6 February 1840 gave no special rights to Maoris that other British subjects don't also enjoy. Further, that the "principles" and "partnership" so often bandied about are nothing more than figments of political and judicial imagination. No such things are mentioned in the Treaty that was signed at Waitangi.

Among the 1 Law 4 All Party's policies is the abolition of the Waitangi Tribunal; the abolition of separate Maori electorate parliamentary seats; and the repeal of National's notorious Marine and Coastal Area Act. This Act took the beaches out of public ownership so that part-Maori tribes can claim them and, by means of "wahi tapu," exclude others from various coastal areas. The 1 Law 4 All Party also wants an end to the official state promotion and enforcement of divisive bi-culturalism.

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