Stability, Prosperity and People

The One New Zealand Party is a brand-new political movement that recognises that New Zealand has undergone a social and economic collapse over a period of approximately 50 years of governance by successive Labour and National governments.

During the 1950s, 60s and 70s New Zealand was once a proud nation that led the world in terms of stability, productivity (prosperity) and putting people at the centre of government policies. This was achieved as a result of the nation building template laid down in the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi, separate nations were drawn together as one and sovereignty rested 100% within a single entity, the Crown. Property rights (the law) were introduced along with a promise of protection and an equal standard of citizenship.

The One New Zealand Party will re-introduce those values in terms of a single source of sovereignty, by withdrawing from international treaties and pacts where our sovereignty is compromised. We will protect property rights by not allowing the coastal marine area to be handed over to race based entities. We will restore our single standard of citizenship and thereby restoring the template that allowed us to go on to lead the world in terms of being a stable, safe and prosperous place to raise a family.

Three Policy Section Statement

Our three Policy Sections are all related; each of them restores New Zealand’s sovereignty in a different area.

  • Repealing the divisive and racist Treaty of Waitangi Act restores New Zealand to a single standard of citizenship and gives the government sovereignty over its entirety once more. Just as in 1840, it was a single standard of citizenship that was the catalyst for a stable nation.
  • Repealing the Public Finance Act and introducing a capacity investment based monetary system restores New Zealand’s sovereignty over its own currency. Under the present limited money supply system there is unnecessary forced government debt and liability to unrelated third parties i.e. as at October 30th 2019 more than 50% of Government debt was held by overseas investors and it has been as high as 80%. Only a capacity based money supply system, which does not rely on overseas borrowing, will transition us forward to being the high wage, highly productive nation that we were in the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
  • When New Zealand signs treaties or pacts within the UN which impinge on its sovereignty, and so ability to make laws, govern and control our borders, this is a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi. The Treaty focused sovereignty in a single entity, the Crown, which has since transferred that sovereignty to the Parliament of New Zealand. The UN model is one of local level (national) decisions being made under an imposed legislative framework from the UN. That framework is invasive and pervasive, including the imposition of race, gender and sexuality in education from early childhood, border control, monetary system philosophy and practice.

The people of New Zealand must be able to elect a government that has the full power and authority to govern all of the people of New Zealand as a single nation all with the same rights and freedoms.

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