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The State of Our Nation

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Although I’m not a big fan of Dr. Muriel Newman’s politics, one of the founding principles of this website is Freedom of Speech. And to be fair, Dr. Newman does raise some very good points in this article, points that are worthy of consideration by all of us, regardless of our political leanings.

Dr Muriel Newman established the New Zealand Centre for Political Research as a public policy think tank in 2005 after nine years as a Member of Parliament. A former Chamber of Commerce President, her background is in business and education.


Published 25 January 2022

From The NZ Centre for Political Research

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  1. I agree, this article is a very good read. Let’s remember that we know how these things turn out for people who ignore their true divine nature, if you go by the natural laws of the universe. One needs to apply common sense even more so in these times. I like this excerpt from a transcript done in 2017:

    “It is painful for a being that seeks power for themselves or power over another, whether it is a parent over a child, a husband over a wife, a man over an army, it matters not. The yearning [for], the exercise of control never gives joy. The pain simply grows. And so the actions become more grotesque, larger, until the breakdown is and has [been] and will be occurring.”

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