(Open Letter to the Minister of Health, Andrew
Little, the Minister of Whanau Ora, Peeni Henare, and the Associate
Minister of Health, Ayesha Verrall)
New Zealand is a place which indulges in political conspiracies.
In 1984, the Labour Party won a general election and proceeded
to implement an
agenda of radical right-wing economic reforms that it had planned,
but that it had not mentioned to the voters prior to the election,
which was highly undemocratic;
In 1986, the same Labour Government passed the State-Owned
Enterprises Act, which crucially referred to the so-called "principles
of the Treaty of Waitangi", although that Treaty does not mention
any principles and the State-Owned Enterprises Act did not define
these so-called "principles"! This was an open invitation
to the activist Court of Appeal undemocratically to create some
so-called "principles", which it did in a biased and
racist way, in the
famous "Lands Case". This sequence of events was highly
undemocratic, because Parliament is democratically elected by the
people and should have defined any crucial terms in this legislation,
rather than leaving it to some unelected judges to make them up.
leading judge in that case later received a Peerage, which is
almost unheard of in New Zealand.
This Labour Government came to power as the result of an election,
where the Right-Wing vote was split between the then ruling National
Party, under Robert
Muldoon, and the new, short-lived New
Zealand Party, created by Robert
Jones, which proposed the same sorts of Right-Wing economic
policies as the newly-elected Labour Government then proceeded to
implement! No conspiracy has been proved, as far as I know,
but this is certainly a suggestive set of circumstances! Jones
received a knighthood!
A few years ago, I was assaulted by a Maori
woman on a train, but was myself then convicted
of assault in the District Court, because of the lies told (mainly)
by a group of White women. I consider this to have been a
conspiracy. Then I appealed to the High Court, and found
that the judge who heard the case was another Maori
woman! She turned down my appeal. I later
applied to the Criminal Cases Review Commission for a review of
my case, where I found that the CEO was also a Maori
woman!! That Commission also turned down my application.
This repeated subjection of myself to the assault and then hostile
legal decisions of Maori women was
not a coincidence, in my view. Moreover, I was even told by
someone who looked like a Police Cadet that it had been "a
combined operation", although I don't know if he was telling
the truth or just trying to make me feel paranoid. This happened
when I was close to a group of young Police officers or Police cadets
near the Police Headquarters on Molesworth street, Wellington, when
I was attending my appeal at the High Court (which is also on Molesworth
Terms of Reference which the Government laid down for the Committee
which it set up to review PHARMAC are sexist and racist.
They state that "The purpose of the Review and the recommendations
it makes are to ensure that New Zealanders can have confidence that
PHARMAC makes the best contribution it can to improving health outcomes
for all New Zealanders, particularly Maori
and Pacific peoples, as part of the wider health and disability
system" and that one of the two key issues is "Whether
PHARMAC’s current objectives (with emphasis
on equity for Maori and Pacific peoples) maximise its potential
to improve health outcomes for all New Zealanders as part of the
wider health system, and whether and how these should be changed."
These terms of Reference totally ignore men and ethnic minorities
other than Maori and Pacific peoples.
Maoris die, on average,
about seven years earlier than Non-Maoris, and Pacific peoples
die, on average, about
two years later than Maoris -- so about five years earlier than
Non-Maoris in general. Note also that Asian New Zealanders
live longer than Europeans and Europeans live longer than Pacific
peoples. So the only reason that the Stalinist-Lesbian-Maori
Medicines policy prioritises Maoris and Pacific peoples and ignores
men is that the Labour Party hates men and Whites, but loves women,
Maoris and Pacific peoples.
There is no attempt to provide evidence that the needs of men
and Non-Pacific ethnic minorities are being properly catered for.
The Abolition of Democracy
So I find it suspicious that New Zealand's current
Justice Minister, Kiri Allan, has recently got Parliament to pass a
which gives slightly more teeth to the New Zealand Bill of Rights.
The reason I find this suspicious is that this event tends to divert
attention from the gross breach of Human Rights which is involved in
the Government's policy regarding the funding of medicines, which will
have much more impact on people's lives than a subtle change to the
way that the odd, rare Supreme Court decision under the New Zealand
Bill of Rights will affect Parliament. The Pharmac
Review Final Report totally ignores the New Zealand Bill of Rights
Act (BORA) and the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights
(ICCPR), which is the reason why BORA was passed by the New Zealand
Parliament in the first place. Instead, the report chooses to
mention the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the
United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous
Peoples. The report selects these international agreements
arbitrarily, and without any attempt to explain why it has selected
these documents and ignored others. The reason is that these Stalinists,
Lesbians and Maoris want to ignore men. It is amazing that they
did not mention the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination
against Women, and demand that women live TEN years longer than men
-- not just 3.5 years longer!
The ruthless way in which the Terms of Reference (and hence the Report)
use the word "equity", without basing this on any constitutional
or legal document whatsoever, is particularly disturbing. The
Labour Party is obviously intent on building a coalition between Leftists,
Lesbians, Maoris and Pacific peoples, on rewarding them, and on ignoring
everybody else! Here is my summary of how
Feminists use the word "Equity":
Young Feminist: How
can we achieve our goal of complete Matriarchy and total control over
men and children?
Feminist "Expert": We just need
to keep calling it demanding equality or equity!
Young Feminist: Which is better: "equality"
Feminist "Expert": "Equity"
is much better!! It could mean absolutely anything, you see. If you
say you want equality, people might actually count up and measure
all the privileges that women have, compared to men!
The Mentality of Ministers
Lesbians tend to be unaware that
men exist -- except as rivals or enemies. In this, they are similar
to most male politicians, who seem to think that men only exist in order
to do things for women! The Associate Minister of Health, Ayesha
Verrall, is a Lesbian, and so are Justice Minister, Kiri Allan and Heather
Simpson, one of the authors of the report.
I think that Health Minister Andrew Little (a former union leader)
believes in the Bible as written by Marx and Engels (i.e. the Communist
Manifesto, Das Kapital, etc.). Many years ago, when I went to
Wellington Hospital on an outpatient visit, I came across a demonstration
by striking health workers. Andrew Little, then a union leader,
was present, I think. Someone pointed me out to him and he laughed.
I have long been a prominent Men's Rights activist, and Leftists tend
to think that it is funny to think of men as having Human Rights.
I don't have any comment on Peeni Henare's mentality, since I don't
know much about him. However, Maoris are engaged in a zero-sum
game with Non-Maoris (or vice-versa, if you prefer to put it that way).
If so-called "Democracy" ignores Human Rights, the people
will eventually and automatically seek a better system!