Hold governors to account, don’t collaborate with them
I say the people are tired of “governance”. That's what got us here in the first place.
Nothing stinks more of socialism than “improved governance” that puts the rights of nature over the rights of New Zealanders. NZ is a country that accommodates a thriving eco-system alongside human activity.
Let's hold the governors to account instead of collaborating with them. If people have rights they don't need governance. I will advocate for people's rights, if there are any left. We have enough governance merchants on council already. Governance is a disease.
We are sovereign beings, whether we believe it or not. Where the problem lies is that those who govern over us do not see us as sovereign. We can cry sovereign until the cows come home but it won't have any benefit to us.
Governance is the captain's law.
Admiralty law is whatever the captain says it is, but that does not mean it is necessarily lawful.
We are sovereign people under God's law, common law or the law of the land, with inalienable rights, freedom of association and freedom of speech.
Now we have a smaller god with no capital G, the state. It says I'm god and you will do as I say.
Under the law of God there is no crime unless there is a victim. So if you haven't hurt someone, killed someone or damaged property there is no crime.
But under the captain's law a crime is what the captain calls a crime. The end point is communism where you have no rights and work for the state, and that is where we stand today.
I want governance that listens to the people rather than tells the people.