The United States of America, along with the rest of the Western world are being led to war by a people whose interests are not of their own. Our sons and daughters have already paid dearly for the benefit of those who will not dare fight themselves. Globalist elites, Neoconservatives, and prominent Zionists in the U.S like Ben Shapiro have consistently screeched like banshees for the blood of U.S soldiers, urging for them to fight proxy war after proxy war in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. All of this to further destabilize the region and weaken enemy states of Israel. At the beginning of this year, leading Iranian government official and reluctant national hero, Qasem Soleimani, was assassinated via drone strike whilst on operations in Iraq. This cowardly attack was very nearly the catalyst of a new war in the middle east.
New Zealand involvement in the UN “peacekeeping” is an implicit endorsement of Zionism. We are busy wasting taxpayer’s money on wars not of our making and not of our benefit. What does the average kiwi gain by having a hand in Iraq or Afghanistan? The New Zealand armed forces have a contingent helping to arm and train security forces that will either disappear at the site of a true threat (like other western aided security forces did against ISIS in 2015), or end up joining the next band of insurgents who come along. No substantial resistance can be made in such a scenario, so it is essentially a pointless measure, employed solely to help show we are good lackies, ready to obey more powerful masters.
Some of us have friends and family that have fought in these pointless military interventions, both today, and in the past. We know too well the burden carried by our servicemen when they came back to this country. A country that sold them out, made them fight in someone else’s war, and then had the gall to ship the same alien people they were fighting to their own land.
I would propose to bring back national service (Compulsory Military Training 1909-1972). In fact, to keep in line with a protectionist stance on foreign intervention – and to cut back on military spending – I would argue we model ourselves after a Swiss style of military training and recruitment. Bringing back national service will allow our youth to be taught how to properly conduct themselves with discipline and honour, as well as instilling in them the knowledge of the proper and safe use of firearms, and giving them essential survival skills. Finally, it will give them a sense of patriotism and duty, sorely lacking in the idle youth of today.
Switzerland has one of the lowest gun crime rates and murder rates in the world – it also has one of the highest gun ownership rates in all of Europe. This shows that the only form of “gun control” a population really needs is to be taught how to properly use a firearm. The Swiss practice of having soldiers and former conscripts keeping their service rifles should also be adopted. We should cut back our ground forces solely to a dedicated professional reservist force, who train primarily for local disaster relief along with standard combat training and drill. Essentially, we should have regional militias, so that in times crisis or invasion the entirety of the male population would be able to take up arms.
We as New Zealanders began our military history with colonial militias, and I believe we would be better off with similar local formations once again. Militarily, we have a duty only to our own, and our Pacific neighbours, not the United States or Israel, or any other country outside of our local sphere of influence. We at Action Zealandia fight only for our own people!