Hobson’s Pledge Trust In a new book titled He Puapua – Blueprint for breaking up New Zealand, mathematician John Robinson, tears apart the He Puapua plan for two separate governments, one by Maori for Maori, and the other, a “fully bicultural” administration for everyone else. History written by a person who majored in maths and physics,…
hobsonspledge.nz In a letter on Treaty Settlements Office Ministerial letterhead dated 9 September 2019, Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little, in regards to a pamphlet arguing that everyone ought to be treated equally before the law, stated: “The pamphlet….. curiously ignores the fact that Maori were not treated equally before the law between 1840 and about…
Hobson’s Pledge Trust Six weeks ago, when the leaders of both the National and ACT parties drew attention to a Government-commissioned plan, titled He Puapua, to establish two governments in New Zealand by 2040, one for Maori and one for everyone else, there was name-calling and side-stepping. After a few days of media commotion, Maori Development Minister…
Hobson’s Pledge Trust There is a glimmer of hope that two political leaders may be listening to voter concern about arrogance by successive administrations on the Treaty, racial preference, and the latest plan for two governments under tribal control. NZ’s gang problem. Cartoon credit SonovaMin. The BFD. On Saturday, National Party leader Judith Collins used…
Hobson’s Pledge Trusthobsonspledge.nz Three more Northland councils will vote in the next few days on whether to introduce Maori wards so now is the time for you to email councillors to explain why such wards are racist and not wanted. The Kaipara District Council will vote on a Maori ward on Wednesday, October 28, the…
Hobson’s Pledge, led by Don Brash, has always been controversial. The Māori Council wants them investigated, believing that an accumulation of statements and behaviour justifies a complaint being made to the Human Rights Commission. saying they are inciting racism and violence. This is getting into tricky territory in the free speech versus hate speech debate. […]
With the announcement today of two new board members, David Moffett and Casey Costello, New Conservative will be a serious contender in the 2020 election.
“With the growing success we are seeing, our Board has been keen to add specific skills that will be necessary to take the Party forward towards the next election,” says New Conservative Board Chairman, Simon Gutschlag.
“The 2020 General Election is likely to be the most crucial election in NZ politics for the past 30 years. We will fight for every New Zealander, not just those that support us, and we will do that with a highly skilled, energetic and professional team, dedicated to putting people at the heart of every policy and decision.”
Most recently recognised for her involvement with Hobson’s Pledge as co-spokesperson with Don Brash. A former Police officer and successful business manager she takes great pride in her Ngapuhi and Anglo-Irish ancestry. Believing strongly in aspirational leadership she has been active in advocating for equal opportunity and rights before the law.
“New Conservative is committed to the type of integrity and values that best represent most New Zealanders,” says Casey. “We need to protect the equality of opportunity that encourages individuals to thrive while providing support for our most vulnerable.”
In her role with Hobson’s Pledge Casey has continued to stand for democracy and equality of rights before the law on the basis that separatism can never be a solution in a progressive nation.
“Working with New Conservative is a fantastic opportunity for me. This is a team of truly good people, dedicated to a better New Zealand, with the vision and energy to deliver an accountability and honesty that we should expect from our government,” concludes Casey.
Casey’s background in business management and marketing will see her take on Board Responsibility for Marketing.
David brings a wealth of experience and knowledge from a successful career in Business and Sport. He is the former owner of Pacific Waste Management, CEO of NZ Rugby, Welsh Rugby and the NRL. He has worked in high pressure, combative and high profile positions in NZ and overseas.
His great strengths are in the crucial areas of strategy and communications. He has also been responsible for turning loss making and unsuccessful organisations around quickly and importantly ensuring that they are sustainable.
“I was attracted to NC because of their beliefs,” says David. “In particular I fully support the belief that it is the responsibility of individuals to provide for themselves, their families and their dependents, while recognizing that government must respond to those who require assistance and compassion.”
David is also a strong believer that there is a need for a viable and strong organisation that reflects the wishes of the majority of Kiwis that spurn far left and far right politics.
He will have Board Responsibility for Strategy and Communications.
David Moffett said, “I am incredibly honoured and humbled that New Conservative feels that I can contribute to their success in the 2020 General Election Campaign. It is my view that our foremost purpose is to ensure that as many of our high calibre candidates are elected as possible. That is the minimum that our growing list of supporters will expect from us. We are not there to make up the numbers.”
“We have strong leadership with sage wisdom and common sense of Leighton Baker at the helm, the growing profile of Elliot Ikilei from the front lines of working with troubled youth, and with the dedication of the board we are achieving growing success in profile and membership,” says Gutschlag.
Simon Gutschlag, Board Chair, New Conservative
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I blogged last month on an op ed by the Massey Vice-Chancellor, Jan Thomas, which caused me concern over her views on free speech. She backed the decision of Phil Goff to decide who can speak at an Auckland Council venue, and said that some of the Hobson’s Pledge campaign against special race based wards…
Hobson’s Pledge has called out the National party. They want National to match’s Winston Peters’ pledge to hold a referendum to axe the Maori seats. Labour has yet another leader and the Green Party is overrun with a leader’s past indiscretions, what is the National Party about to do? One thing they could do would…
The Human Rights Commission has received complaints about a series of leaflets including from Hobson’s Pledge, a group fronted by Don Brash, which aims to end what it calls ‘race-based privilege’. The leaflets from the Hobson’s Pledge group and an associated publishing company came in a group of three and outline claims about special treatment…
The Hobson’s Pledge campaign is targeting the National led government. From Reddit: Meet the people behind Hobson’s Pledge Trust: Andy Oakley , Casey Costello , David Round , Don Brash , Fiona Mackenzie , John Bell, Kevin Moratti , Larry Wood , Mike Butler , Mike McVicker , Peter Shirtcliffe , Sarah Taylor , Tom Johnson , Wendy Clark […]