Open letter to the Prime Minister

Credit: Luke

Welcome to the real world. Whilst some young people travel the world, participate in photo shoots for prestigious magazines and purchase multimillion-dollar homes, others are being sexually assaulted at an event which is hosted by a political party that exclaims in its manifesto “That every New Zealander should be able to live a life of safety and dignity”.

Boy! It’s easy to talk the talk, isn’t it? What chance does the average Kiwi have under your administration when you can’t even protect those within your own flock? There was very little “safety and dignity” afforded to four young adherents at your youth camp but I won’t Labour the point as I’m sure you are getting the message. The only personal details released by the Labour Party initially was that the perpetrator wasn’t a member of the Labour Party. Oh! That’s a relief.

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What is puzzling me though is why you were kept in the dark. There can only be three reasons.

  1. Those who were handling the issue were covering their own butts.
  2. They did not think that you had the skill to manage the fallout so chose to bury it.
  3. Your leadership had not commanded the respect of your officers, so much so, that you were considered irrelevant to the process.

The Party spin is meaningless. It is an insult to our intelligence. How can you be in charge when those you employ withhold such damaging information from you?

Ex-Labour Prime Minister Helen Clark had this to say:

[…]  it’s “unbelievable” that Jacinda Ardern was not told about sexual assault allegations at a Young Labour camp before they surfaced in the media.

“Jacinda was let down. She should have been told immediately, actually, then events would have taken a different course.

“And I cannot understand why she wasn’t told. Unbelievable.”

End of quote:

Sexual assaults, underaged supply and consumption of alcohol, and the lack of mature adult supervision is not a slip-up. This represents a gross neglect of leadership from the top down. It happened on your watch. The honeymoon is over and now you have landed with a crash.

Being PM is not all glamour and status. It’s bloody hard work. Choosing not to know, is a cowardly option. You have to insist to have all knowledge of all events because if you don’t, you’re not a leader’s buttock. Then again some are just not born leaders. I’m afraid it has become even more pronounced over the past weeks that this applies to you. There is considerable apprehension associated with your leadership. Your credentials indicate you are way out of your depth. It alarms me that the country is being run within an agenda that has been crafted through relentless socialist indoctrination. Get out and let New Zealand get on with what it does best and that is not rewarding those who don’t earn their keep. Are you getting the message?


by George

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