Monthly Archives: May 2015

Planning for the change

TBH now I have risen to the highest echelons of the Internet Party, I’m looking to have more influence, to say a party in actual government. The ride was a blast, from pre-selection candidate to volunteer, to meetup Captain, to … Continue reading

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The Internet Party of New Zealand

For the record, the Internet Party of New Zealand offers about as much protection for whistleblowers as a firing squad. William Asiata writes “In regards to an actual litmus test, I agree that there can never be such a simple … Continue reading

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Internet Party of New Zealand

My membership discussion regarding the Internet Party seems to revolve around two things they want to see 1) Remove Kim Dotcom 3) Show professional direction (that would include policy committee, assets committee, following constitution correctly and our democracy) I agree … Continue reading

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Chinese Investment in Philippines

After about seven months in China and on the eve of my 37th birthday, I have arrived in the Philippines. The food and the environment is leagues better than what I have experienced in Hong Kong in terms of quality, … Continue reading

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Fred Look is not sincere, and is acting unconstitutionally in his role as Secretary of the Internet Party and needs to be disciplined

Unfortunately Fred Look was not sincere in his effort to make me Party Secretary and mentioning it on Loomio only served to re-ignite the existing flame war which began with Michael Marsom’s unconstitutional effort to have me removed from the … Continue reading

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How cross am I? This cross! Discuss with me before May 13th…

Today I tried unsuccessfully to buy a replacement pair of headphones on Lamma Island. I was told politely by the child that the headphones in question belonged to his mother and he couldn’t possibly sell them. The fact that a … Continue reading

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Many to one, one to one. I would like to discuss and take guidance as we head to our next executive meeting May 13th

Mass surveillance was complicit in the 2008 financial crisis. The US government allowed 911 to happen. George Bush set events in motion that destroyed the middle class, and John Key is attempting to do the same in New Zealand. Asset … Continue reading

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