Wednesday, 26 February 2020


Some citizens might think that it's hypocritical and dishonest for the person determined to disarm all New Zealanders .. herself  to have FOUR armed police guards on duty 24 hours a day.

HER security is assured.
"When Ardern is home during daylight hours, neighbours describe up to four DPS agents guarding her modest two-bedroom home from the street. Two of them sit in an unmarked SUV with the engine running, while another two sit in separate unmarked cars."

Now - I don't object to our 'Supreme Leader' having security .. because guns are good - but I strongly object to her personal police force wrongly insisting that I have no right to own any firearm and that if I - at 75 years of age - am worried about my self defence I should contact the Citizens Advise Bureau to see if my local Council runs any "empty-hand" training ..

- but Ardern's neighbours say ..

"Their sole focus is obviously Jacinda's house, but you do feel fairly safe with them around. It's quite hard case watching her go for a walk. You've got two guys with her on foot and then the SUV follows her as well."


DPS officers are constabulary members of the police, trained in hand-to-hand combat and armed. "I've become quite friendly with some of them. I don't have to lock the door," said a neighbouring woman. 

 "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,"
                                                                                                 Thomas Jefferson  1776.

.. Article 7 of our British AND New Zealand Bill Of Rights clearly states:
Bill of Rights 1688 (February 13).

" Subjects’ arms. That the subjects which are Protestants may have arms for their defence suitable to their conditions, and as allowed by law:"

- By the passing of the (NZ) Imperial Laws Application Act 1988 - the British Bill of Rights, unmodified, became part of New Zealand law.

Marty K.

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