Jacinda writes TeManawa

Jacinda Ardern <jacindaardern@labour.org.nz> Unsubscribe

6:35 PM (18 hours ago)
to TeManawa

Dear Debra,

This is a bit of a long email, but it’s an important one.

Today I got back from a week in Vietnam and the Philippines, representing New Zealand at APEC and the East Asia Summit. I’ve met with world leaders from right across the Asia-Pacific region – including from China, Chile, Canada, Japan, the EU, India and ASEAN nations – and built direct relationships with the leaders and countries.

While I’ve been overseas, the main thing I’ve been doing is renegotiating a new version of the TPP, now called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

As someone who signed a petition against the previous version of the TPP, I wanted to write directly to you and explain how the agreement has changed.

The deal signed by the previous Government sacrificed New Zealand’s interests and ability to make our own choices. That wasn’t acceptable to this Government, or to many New Zealanders.

In the three short weeks we’ve been in office, we’ve managed to make meaningful changes to the agreement, so that:

  • The deal continues to upholds the unique status of the Treaty of Waitangi;
  • It preserves New Zealand’s right to make laws in the interests of New Zealanders. Our mutual agreement with Australia, which is the source of 80% of our overseas investment from CPTPP, means Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) clauses will continue to not apply between our countries and other protections will be in place too;
  • New Zealand will introduce legislation to ban overseas speculators buying existing houses here in our first 100 days;
  • Pharmac is fully protected, and no changes will be required to copyright terms;
  • Private companies who enter into a contract with the Government will not be able to use ISDS clauses if there is a dispute;
  • Tariffs will be substantially reduced for farmers and they’ll have access to new markets.

These are important changes from previous versions of the agreement. While we haven’t gained all the changes we hoped for on ISDS clauses, we have made significant progress in this area. Nothing in the agreement prevents us from regulating in NZ’s public interest, such as for public health, environment and water. We can also rule out claims relating to tobacco control measures. The Government is clear that we will oppose ISDS in future FTA negotiations.

There are four country-specific items remaining to negotiate between the 11 countries. As soon as the text of the agreement is finalised, it will be publically released, before going through a full parliamentary treaty examination process. We’ll be taking the time to have a conversation with New Zealanders about what it means for our country.

This is not a perfect agreement, but I’m proud of the work we did to improve it, and I’ve been honoured to represent our great country on the world stage.

Thanks so much,

Jacinda

PS. I know many New Zealanders will have more questions and I’m sure there’ll be lots of discussion about this over the coming months! To help explain where we’re at, I’ve made a video explaining the decision, which you can watch on my Facebook page here (and if you think the CPTPP is a good thing for NZ, will you help us get the message out by sharing it on your Facebook?).

TeManawa’sresponse
17th Day of November, 2017
Dear Jacinda,
I appreciate you writing to me with regards the TPP. I will say to your Government as I have stated to previous
Corporate New Zealand Governments: as an on going issue of illegitimacy by the many New Zealand Governments
continues, the signing of this agreement is against the Restoration. The suspension of 20 items is not a different agreement
but the same one with ability to reinstate later after the people have been subdued. No means no and no amount of spin
will change that.Frankly it has been quite alarming watching the politics around this issue and while having to view it,
know that it changes nothing in regards the Restoration.
The role of Mother of the Nations pertains to and encompasses being the law of the land in the indigenous culture,
thus it is not only my duty but responsibility to navigate the path forward in respect to this. Before that future can be met
idealistically the firm foundations of The Restoration must be placed that all kiwis may partake from the tree of peace
planted long ago by Rewi Maniapoto and Governor Grey.
There is a great Tapu on this land that ensures no one may divert from the path in a  lasting way so I urge all politicians
to work with this and not against it. No one sets out to work hard for change knowing  that work is futile. While the people may be
in stages and states of awareness, the Tapu ensures no advantage can be taken against them or the land by those who would make
such attempt.
Having a vision for the future is one thing being part of the vision that is to be quite another. I encourage you to ponder greatly
on this for no amount of going outside the vision to be will change the outcome. It is quite set  thus rather one hopes you will
endeavor to work with it and produce a viable change for all. That takes purity, truth, integrity, honor, and selflessness.
Lastly God dreams for all, not for a segment  but for the whole and that is the vision that will be and which I hold, not just for
New Zealand (Aotearoa) but for the whole world.

TeManawa

Mother of the Nations

Toi tu te kupu When the word is established
Toi tu te mana the mana is established
Toi tu tu whenua and the land is secured.

:TeManawa:

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About TeManawa te ao

Build on truth for lasting foundations Introduction I am Debra Ann Potroz, my hapu is Ngaati Mahuta. Born Under the watchful eyes of Mount Taranaki in Aotearoa Land of the long white cloud(NZ) I am descended from a long line of Kings. I was raised by my Tupuna, great ancestors of the past. On July 4th 2007 I was informed by an elder of the council of elders I received and in response accepted succession to the Maori Throne (confirmed Oct 2011). Later in the year this same Kaumatua informed me Mother of the Nations had been conferred adding the elders had called me TeManawa (The Heart) by which I was to be known. Previously an elder of Maniapoto had bestowed the name Hawaiikirangi. There is also official and validated Authority as The word made manifest, Christos, anointed one, since 1999, which has also been documented and recorded since 1992 to current. Barry Brailsford one of our great New Zealand authors released prophesy of the one to come who would hold up a stone at the temple of the 4 winds, he wrote she is the Leader of the Children of Light. In a glass case it waited 5 years for the hands that would lift it. In 1999 they arrived. The profile picture is of the stone (Petros Petra) named "Te Tapu Manawa nui" meaning The sacred big Heart (Manawa nui means Heart, brave, patient steadfast) yet it is the intent of nui to express in this case pure, Immaculate. Green stone is the stone of pure creation. It is the stone of peace, of The Gods, the fish, The stone of heaven and The Grail stone. Poutini is its guardian and is the first star of Orion's belt. It is held up at the gate of Tula on earth under the stars of Orion's belt, by Te Manawa (The heart) the person and first(An) in the sacred marriage as Poutini and Te Tapu Manawa nui in her hands join heaven to earth and earth to heaven. TeManawa as The word (Christos, anointed one) makes declaration standing in the circle of creation - Te means tree thus the true cross of Christ or the logos/word. Those with true hearts being the fertile soil shall find them. Debra also received "the foundation stone" in Maui 1996. Barry is of the Waitaha people, Te Manawa is Maori her (tribe) Iwi is Waikato whose waka is both on earth and in heaven being te waka o Tainui o te Ra. The waka bow is the Pleiades, Aldebaran is in the sail also known as The Golden Arrow and Orion's belt is the stern. TeManawa is The Heart of Heaven and the Heart of Earth. Kuia Taini Drummond explained the people are the heart beat. And thus TeManawa is announced to the world. All material is copyright Soul Directions 1992. Permission must be obtained to reproduce or use. Where permission is given no alteration to the material may be done. Bragging rights TeManawa has two sons, Tristan Pascoe and Samuel Potroz (Hill). Samuel is anointed and was held up to the four winds by Kaumatua Pereme Porter shortly after Samuel's birth in ancient ceremony.
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