Opinion by Winston Jacob, Party President
The Precarious Position
For too long Western nations and New Zealand have developed economies dependent on Red China as both a main export market and chief supplier of cheap imports.
It is my opinion that the West and New Zealand should remove our supply chain from mainland China right now!
For Western politicians to give Communist China access to major segments of the world’s supply chain was a very dangerous gamble. The drivers for this folly begin and end with corporate leaders sourcing cheap products to generate more profit.
Unfortunately, corporate greed linked with Red China’s monopolist strategy leads to the erosion of our in-country manufacturing base. Many businesses moved their production facilities to China and the Chinese grabbed the West’s Intellectual property and know-how. Too many of our businesses and factories were closed, major job losses resulted. China took over. The Western economies are now addicted to the growing monopoly of Communist Chinese corporate interests.
Do you consider that this situation of a dependent West was always the intention of the Communist Chinese Party strategists?
Do you consider the Communist Chinese leadership consists of people as greedy and as power-hungry as the Western corporate types?
What do you consider is special about the Red China State’s grab for strategic assets in our nation?
What Has Happened?
To hand all of our trade to this Communist country is a strategic failure on our part. Red China is an historic enemy of the West. The uncomfortable facts of Chinese Communism were demonstrated in the Korean War and the Vietnam War. The documented and ongoing cruelty to its own people exposes the underlying tyranny of the regime, the Party and its elite membership.
When New Zealand politicians opened up our economy and society to Red China they made a huge mistake, which has now become obvious to most Kiwis.
The truth about Communist Chinese objectives, methods and deceits is now well-documented and every Kiwi should be very concerned about where the nation should now be headed.
Do you consider that the New Zealand People should deepen and widen our exposure to Communist China?
Chairman Xi, the Communist “dictator for life” presented the West with a vision of his “gratitude” at the recent military parade in Beijing. This demonstration of the Party’s considerable and threatening military power reveals the intentions of dominance. The display of military might links to the expansion of Red China’s strategic bases in the South China Sea, despite the protests of the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Chinese support for North Korea and its nuclear threat to nearby Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam highlights the unpleasant and now unavoidable fact that Chinese diplomacy is based on fear-mongering backed by an offensive plan.
Do you consider that profits from trade with the West could finance the Communists’ ambitions for global control?
Where to from Here?
New Zealand leaders need to turn the tables on China and to start pulling back from our dependence on that market.
There are now valid grounds to examine the activities of Chinese State-backed companies which are operating on our shores. Our Security Agency should evaluate Chinese immigrants for their loyalty to the Communist Party.
The Free Trade Agreement with Communist China should be immediately dissolved. This Agreement was constructed by naive politicians acting without the support of the New Zealand People. We were not involved or informed of these important matters. Now we see that the Agreement was intended to advance the powers of Red China at the price of our nation’s sovereignty. Only poor judgement by over-enthusiastic politicians would permit such a one-way deal.
Perhaps our withdrawal from the engagement with the hostile and duplicitous Red Chinese State and its organs of control will bring a temporary economic recession to our economy. However, there are many other friendly trading nations open to buy our first-class primary products. We will survive the move from dependence on China, make trade with friends, and be the better for it.
Communist China has one method for accessing power – pay off people in positions of influence. Many career politicians are compromised by taking favours. This means the silent majority in New Zealand are the only people with the will power to solve to this political problem.
We have yet to assert Our Voice, to take back Our Nation. The present problem with Red China is the result of very poor judgement by political power brokers.
The Peoples’ Positive Solution
To solve our political troubles and to cast free from Red China requires that the Kiwi People take back our government.
Our best method to control the political process and the politicians is to introduce the Swiss system of Direct Democracy through BCIR, Binding Citizens Initiated Referenda. Then the silent majority can have a say, stop bad legislation, openly debate crucial matters such as the Free Trade Agreement with Communist China, and protect our nation from this hostile and subtle invasion.
Direct Democracy has a long history of success. The prosperous and peaceful Swiss have used People’s Representation since 1848.
Note that the same New Zealand politicians who would join us to Red China hate the idea of BCIR, as makes them accountable to the people who put them in office.
Check out the Direct Democracy website directdemocracy.nz
When you see the need to protect your family, community and nation from exposure to the Chinese Communist Party and its supremacist agenda, you are ready to join other Kiwis who are driving for Direct Representation.
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