I’m now on the executive of the New Zealand Internet Party and on track to becoming its New Leader. We got 1.42% of the vote last year despite commonly being known as the KDC/Jaffa/Feminist party. Laila Harre, its Auckland focus and limited field of candidates were to blame for taking the party in a different direction to that which was intended. I know we can do a lot better next election as we appeal to the whole of New Zealand and create value from promoting our core competency of innovation, ideas, internet and communication technologies.
I believe we can address income inequality through unconditional bonus income and protect the generational farms through farm automation and sensible decision making. I’m confident I will raise significant capital in Hong Kong for investment in my company RealWorld – “Reality Vritualised for the Real You” limited and I will be adding some tours to GuideTrip.com 🙂
Thanks for the help, I will be recomissioning my iphone4 until I can afford a HTCm8 or someone sends me a HTCm9 🙂
“There are more visionaries than you have mentioned and more visions than visionaries. Many visions are shared but bubble up to the people with the cash to implement them. Often these people aren’t visionaries at all and delay the vision or cripple it in some fundamental way. I am a visionary. I came up with the ideas behind Ipod in 1998, Uber in 2003, Internet Party/Loomio in 2010, Fove in 2013. So what to do? Two things, first is tell everyone about them so that no one can claim it was theirs. The second, implement the vision as only the visionary can. Also, be aware that there are people in positions of trust in New Zealand, posing as ‘mentors’, ‘investors’, ‘patent clerks’, ‘lawyers’, and ‘bankers’ who will just rip you off and send your idea overseas. Use this to your advantage and build value for New Zealand, hence my proposal New Zealand iParty”