Why Cyclone Recovery Efforts Are Being Disrupted
As the extent of the devastation in the wake of Cyclone Gabrielle becomes known, New Zealanders from all corners of the nation have rolled up their sleeves and descended upon affected regions to assist those in need, while those unable to travel have donated funds and supplies.
The official response and recovery effort by NGO’s and government agencies in the Hawkes Bay, however, has been largely underwhelming. A lack of Police or NZDF personnel to suppress gang activity or assist with the recovery of properties has left locals fending for themselves.
Most concerning, though, are the reports of intentional disruption of supplies by government agencies which have been donated by Kiwi Patriots to Ground Zero. Council officials accompanied by the New Zealand Police recently confiscated supplies which had been flown into Hastings by charity organisation ‘One Whanau at a Time’.
Meanwhile, according to the Gisborne Herald, the distribution of much-needed water supplies aboard the Royal New Zealand Navy’s ship “Manawanui” was halted recently due to ‘certification requirements’.
And in Northland, the ever-dependable Labour MP, Kelvin Davis, has told residents not to expect ‘gold-plated fixes’ for cyclone-damaged roads.
It certainly seems that the Beehive Bandits are doing their utmost to ensure that flood-affected land owners struggle in their hour of need – many of whom may never return to properties that once provided both a home and, for many farmers and growers, a livelihood as well. And if the rot sets in to flood-damaged homes, many who would otherwise stay, may be forced out regardless.
Indeed, after the Christchurch Earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, around 10,000 people migrated away from the region, while, in an effort to Build Back Better, entire suburbs were reclaimed by the state, with rebuilds favouring socialist-style, high density housing developments.
And already, the Climate Alarmists are calling for a planned retreat from coastal and flood-affected areas in the Hawkes Bay and elsewhere, which could see similar land confiscation by the state as that which occurred after the Christchurch Earthquakes.
This is, of course, in the same vein as the leverage of land owners away from their properties by attempting to designate private rural land parcels in regions such as the West Coast as being ‘Significant Nature Areas’.
Indeed, while reporting on the flooding in Westport which occurred in mid-2021, Newsroom promoted the idea that, “Planned retreat, although upsetting to many people, may form just one part of the overall solution.”
Landowners and farmers in particular, have always featured high on the hit list of Marxist radicals seeking to subvert a nation. And it is not only the so-called ‘bourgeois middle-class’ farmers that have faced extermination. Millions of peasant farmers, for instance, were starved to death after having their farms, tools and grain stores confiscated during the Red Terror of the Soviet regime.
Many intergenerational farmers in Zimbabwe and South Africa have also been forced to flee their homesteads in recent decades after the incitement of rape, murder and violence against their families at the behest of Marxist politicians seeking to purge them from their land.
And so today, we are facing the very same phenomenon here in New Zealand – albeit with kindness, cuddles and concern for the climate. Make no mistake, however, that the Marxist radicals occupying our governmental institutions seek to steal the birth-right of every New Zealander to have their very own Slice of Heaven to call home.
After all, these up-and-coming Smart Cities aren’t going to populate themselves, and the cattle are unlikely to herd themselves willingly – no matter how pretty and convenient living in the confines of a ’15 minute’ urban paddock might be.
Land ownership, after all, enables self-sufficiency – whether that be a farm, lifestyle block, or even a humble vegetable patch in a suburban backyard to ease the strain of rising food prices on the family budget. Self-sufficiency enables one the freedom to flick the middle finger at government mandates, to raise a family outside of the system and to live a simple and wholesome life.
Indeed, Protocol 6.4 of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion describes that although the aristocracy as a political force is long-since dead, land ownership still poses a threat to the global dictatorship.
According to the Protocols:
…as landed proprietors they can still be harmful to us from the fact that they are self-sufficing in the resources upon which they live. It is essential therefore for us at whatever cost to deprive them of their land. This object will be best attained by increasing the burdens upon landed property – in loading lands with debts. These measures will check land-holding and keep it in a state of humble and un-conditional submission.
Of course, the subversion of the New Zealand housing market, which has evolved over recent decades, has seen many younger New Zealanders trapped in a cycle of renting. And with the rising price of rental properties, saving toward home ownership has become ever-increasingly out of reach for those not already on the property ladder.
According to the late Rosa Koire, the engineering of blight and neglect of residential areas is often integrated into town planning years in advance – not just in post-disaster scenarios. With a background in forensic real estate appraisal and imminent domain evaluation, Koire has often been regarded as the world’s foremost adversary against the UN’s Agendas 21 and 2030.
In her book, Behind the Green Mask, Koire writes that:
Redevelopment is a tool used to further the Agenda 21 vision of remaking America’s cities. With redevelopment, cities have the right to take property by eminent domain – against the will of the property owner – and give it or sell it to a private developer. By declaring an area of town ‘blighted’ (and in some cities over 90% of the city area has been declared blighted) the property taxes in that area are diverted away from the General Fund. This constriction of available funds is impoverishing the cities, forcing them to offer less and less services, and reducing your standard of living. They’ll be telling you that it’s better, however, since they’ve put in nice street lights and colored paving downtown. The money gets redirected into the Redevelopment Agency and handed out to favored developers building low income housing and mixed use. Smart Growth. Cities have had thousands of condos built in the redevelopment areas and are telling you that you are terrible for wanting your own yard, for wanting privacy, for not wanting to be dictated to by a Condo Homeowner’s Association Board, for being anti-social, for not going along to get along, for not moving into a cramped overpriced apartment downtown where they can use your property taxes for paying off that huge bond debt. But it’s not working, and you don’t want to move in there. So they have to make you. Read on.
Rosa Koire’s book is an essential handbook for anyone hoping to save their land from confiscation by the state and for communities in both rural and urban areas who are experiencing the woes of declining infrastructure and the push for socialist-style urban planning initiatives.
Although many are yet to acknowledge the reality of the times we live in, the destruction and confiscation of property will only continue. With weather manipulation events and mortgage payment defaults as a result of economic hardship likely to affect many of us, homelessness and multi-family dwellings will become part of the ‘new normal’.
After all, by the year 2030 you will own nothing – but you will be happy, right?