Is this to teach MPs how to try and impel the New Zealand public to accept the elite banker’s ultimate goals of RFID microchipping, carbon taxes and the need for depopulation by way of use of phoney crises?
NZHerald 4:00AM Saturday Jun 20, 2009 By Audrey Young
Six new New Zealand MPs are going to London for a week to study the British Parliament just as its crisis over parliamentary expenses re-ignites.
The delegation will leave tomorrow for the all-expenses paid trip on the same day that British Speaker, Michael Martin, officially resigns as a result of the scandal.
The delegation of MPs comprises Amy Adams (leader) and Michael Woodhouse of National, Carol Beaumont and Iain Lees-Galloway of Labour, Kennedy Graham of the Greens, and the Maori Party’s Rahui Katene.
New Zealand will pay for the business class flights and the British will host them in the country.
The MPs will study “aspects of parliamentary practice and procedure”, Speaker Lockwood Smith said in a statement yesterday.
The visit is at the invitation of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, UK branch, with a focus on professional development.
They would also receive briefings on Britain’s constitutional relationship with New Zealand and on issues of interest to them individually such as climate change and health.
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