NZ First leader used his first speech since losing power to attack the Government now operating without him on a laundry list of culture war issues.

[…] Also on Peters’ hit list at his party’s annual general meeting was the media, the Greens, National, the Maori Party, cyclists, “cancel culture,” and the increased usage of te reo in public life – particularly the phrase “Aotearoa”.

[…] Peters attacked the Government over mental health, the decision to buy the land at Ihumatao, upping the Bright Line Test, remove referendas on Maori wards, the vaccine rollout, the feebate, the He Puapua report, KiwiBuild, and the stalled light rail project in Auckland.

[…] he defended his focus on being a “handbrake” on Labour – saying no one wanted to drive a car without a handbrake.



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