Why I chose to become the next head of New Zealand’s Government

Posted June 15, 2018 09:19:56A few days ago, I posted on /r/.

This is the /r.

I’m going to be the next leader of New Zealand.

It’s a bit different to other things I’ve done.

The first is that I’ve chosen to be an activist, rather than a political figure.

I was born in New Zealand, grew up in the country, have had a very strong sense of belonging and a strong sense that we’re not going to get a fair shake in the political system, which I think is a fundamental right, and it’s a fundamental democratic right.

My father is the founder of a charity that provides free healthcare to people in remote communities.

The charities I’ve worked with in the past have had to make decisions based on the needs of the communities in which they operate.

But I’m a person who doesn’t have a vested interest in what happens in New Zealander politics.

I don’t want to be a politician.

What I do want to do is be part of a very powerful group of people who have a deep and abiding belief in the importance of democracy.

And I think that that’s what New Zealanders should want from us.

It has been said, by some people in New Guinea, that if you’re not an activist you are not an Australian, and I think the same can be said for the current leader of the New Zealand Government.

We don’t have the most democratic way of running our country, and in the meantime, people are dying in their own homes, they’re dying from hunger, and they’re being held hostage by their own governments.

We’ve got a situation where the Government of New Britain is not just incompetent and ineffective, but has a terrible record of actually holding the country together.

So what do we do?

We have to do what New Zealands politicians have been saying all along: we have to have a better way of doing things.

And that’s where a new approach comes in.

I think the New Zealanders are in a good place.

We have a system that works and we have a Government that works.

There’s a lot of work that needs to be done.

And so far, it looks like it’s going to happen, and as soon as I get to work, I’m looking forward to helping the people of New England and New Zealand in all the ways that I can.

If I get elected as the next New Zealand leader, I hope that New Zealand can be a better place.

I’m not going into politics for the sake of being a politician, but I think it’s important to have the right ideas and the right people around you.

I think there are so many great people who are in the profession.

So, yes, it’s hard, but it’s also important to stay focused on what you want to achieve.

I have the privilege of being an advocate for many different causes.

In some cases, it has been for me.

I was a campaigner against the death penalty, which was one of the reasons that I was elected to Parliament in 2005.

It was because of my advocacy and because of the impact that it had on people in the community, because they saw their own lives become more difficult, and because I was determined to do everything I could to see the death row reinstated, to put an end to it.

That was the most difficult thing I ever did, and the one that has brought me to the position I’m in today.

One of the things that I have been very fortunate to have achieved is to have worked with some of the best politicians and policy-makers that I know.

They’re the ones who are standing up for the interests of New New Zealand and our country.

They’re the people that are committed to making New Zealand a better country.

We have a lot to do, but we can be part and parcel of that.

I’ve had some very personal experiences of being involved in a political struggle.

The election of my first leader, Jacinda Ardern, was something that I felt very strongly about.

She had to do the same thing.

Then we had a general election in 2013, which, although it wasn’t perfect, was a real step forward for New Zealand as a country.

I won the general election with the support of all New Zealand First supporters.

Of course, it was the first time in my career that I had to stand on a stage in front of the people, but my team, the people I represent, was united.

New Zealand First is a political party that is dedicated to delivering for the people and delivering for our country in every aspect of our lives.

For me, the election was a huge victory for democracy.

I was proud to stand up for my people.

It was also a very important step for democracy, because

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