As usual it was on the last night that submissions were open that I could no longer put off writing my submission… and as usual that left me no time to do a decent job of it… no time to refine it, correct it etc etc and I have just submitted it with just over … Continue reading Tim Wikiriwhi: My submission on the (New Zealand) Arms Legislation Bill.
******** The following submission was written in haste and because there was not sufficient time for me to edit and improve it before I posted it to the committee it is not of a quality that I am proud of. It is what it is, and I hope it will be judged upon the quality … Continue reading My Submission on the Arms (Prohibited Firearms, Magazines, and Parts) Amendment Bill
Committee Secretariat Committee Secretariat Māori Affairs Committee Parliament Buildings Wellington Phone:04 817 8086 email@example.com My name is Tim Wikiriwhi Kia ora, I oppose the Electoral (Entrenchment of Māori Seats) Amendment Bill. The Following is my submission in opposition to the Entrenchment of the Maori Seats in parliament and the perpetuation of the Apartheid Electoral system. … Continue reading My submission in Opposition to the Electoral (Entrenchment of Māori Seats) Amendment Bill
UPDATE!1-5-19 Czech government tells its citizens how to fight terrorists: Shoot them yourselves I have a whole other story to tell the people of New Zealand about how it was that I came to write the following submission that would never be delivered… That will have to wait for following days, yet I must state … Continue reading Tim Wikiriwhi. The Right to Self Defense: My (Undelivered) Oral submission to The New Zealand Committee Of THE ARMS (PROHIBITED FIREARMS, MAGAZINES, AND PARTS) AMENDMENT BILL April 2019
I spent a week preparing myself for this Oral submission, though we were given a mere 5 minutes to present our arguments. The idea that such a stingy allocation equates to sound due process… that the Government is ‘interested’ and ‘listening’ to citizens concerns before passing legislation is farcical… Nonetheless there is little point crying … Continue reading Tim Wikiriwhi’s Oral submission on the (New Zealand) Arms Legislation Bill.
The following argument has been in my mind for decades… ever since I was converted from Atheism to Bible believing Christianity. I am not a trained academic or Logician myself, Yet have attempted to solicit dialogue on my conjectures from several ‘Trained academics’ yet so far have had no response. Thus I have never received … Continue reading I think Satan’s existence is a Logical necessity … I Challenge you to Change my mind. (Good God/Evil World part 8)
Ace of Spades… Lemmy the Legend … The rock wild man who made Keith Richards look like a choir boy: As Lemmy dies two days after being told he had aggressive cancer, it is only surprising that the hard-drinking Motorhead frontman managed to make it to 70 Read it >>>> here
This morning I severed communications with one of New Zealands most vocal opponents to Waitangi Apartheid. John Ansell. This is not a move I take lightly. I have spend thousands of my own dollars that could have gone towards my family, my taxes, etc supporting John and his quest to expose the revisionist history which … Continue reading The lonely road. My divorce from John Ansell.
To The ACC Levy Review Board. I would like to speak against the currently extortionate ACC levies being born by Kiwi bikers via Motorcycle Registration, and make 3 points aimed to make the system fairer. Though I personally would rather abolish ACC all together in favor of a Free-market in accident insurance, and that this … Continue reading Tim Wikiriwhi’s submission to New Zealand ACC re: Motorcycle levies.
What follows in my Pathetic submission to the government review of New Zealand’s constitutional arrangements. As usual I left writing it to that last minutes. Leaving my run too late I simply ran out of time. I have been doing shift work lately and I dont manage shift changes at all well. I worked 12 … Continue reading Tim Wikiriwhi’s Submission to the New Zealand Government’s Constitutional Review. 2013