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UN Association of New Zealand – corrupt globalists or not? You choose?

Got latest news from UN Association of New Zealand and was incensed considering my situation and what I know.

From: Jayne R
Sent: Tuesday, 1 October 2019 9:26 AM
To: United Nations Association of New Zealand <office@unanz.org.nz>
Subject: Children should be taught in schools about democracy & constitutional law, HOW TO NOT DESTROY THE WORLD ON A GLOBAL SCALE USING THE UN & GLOBAL TRADE

And here is the news from an oppressed disabled Civil Society Actor in New Zealand who has been told by your organisation for years  (and Amnesty) that you don’t deal with individual cases – no matter the levels of violence and injustice.  No matter which group of disabled/persecuted people you belong to and advocate for.  Yet you turn up to have a say in human rights consultations like last year.  YOu were there at Victoria University when they tried to evict me from the meeting for no reason – I got an apology about that from the university.

Since then I have been formally trespassed for being upset with a woman from a quasi govt organisation that decides on the types of work us peasants will be trained for to cater to employers.   Apparently the American running it was wondering why disabled people were not included in employment needs, while the NZ woman who part of that group was an elitist patronising insulting bigot who was happy disabled sexual abuse victims (mostly women)being illegally denied extensive ACC treatment care rehab and SAFE HOME TO LIVE IN then entitled to under law WERE SUFFERING AND KILLING THEMSELVES, having their children taken and forced to live in dangerous situations due to illegal lack of housing – AND DEPRIVED OF WORK THEY CAN DO CONSIDERING THEIR DISABILITIES AND COMMITMENT TO THEIR CHILDREN.

The above is a long sentence I know, can’t be bothered fixing it.   Was watching an excellent youtube video by academic George Monbiot about how GLOBALISATION was the death nell for capitalism because it doesn’t work on a global scale.   Mmmmmm isn’t your organisation the one that promotes global trade above all reason & proof of its destruction.  Aren’t you that part of the United Nations that everybody is working to shut down and stop.  Also National Party MP and your founder John Hayes was my MP in Wairarapa and extremely bigoted, abusive and fascist from my PERSONAL EXPERIENCE of years begging for my ACC care to be provided as required by law.  Wairarapa became No 1 for suicide during his reign of neo-liberal terror. He is also associated with the neo-liberal charity abomination Trust House Wairarapa, where they take from the poor with ‘market’ rents and give to the middle class and rich for sports, arts and business projects.

PLEASE NOTE:  The Oxford (and every other) dictionary definition of CHARITY is giving to people in NEED – not people who have all their needs met and just WANT MORE & MORE & MORE & MORE.    Meaning of the world CHARITY was changed by our corrupt neo-liberal controlled government through the Charities Act – how Orwellian is that.  Changing the meaning of words, go figure!  I’m starting to wonder if neo-liberal terrorists use Orwell’s book 1984 as their manifesto!

Here are the facts and maybe one day – although I very much doubt it – you will actually do something to help me and other victims(mostly women) of domestic/flatmate violence who subject to 80% of the crime in this country.  Neo-liberalism is a failure, housing market is a failure, human rights are a failure, UN is a failure, capitalism is a failure, democracy DOESE NOT EXIST and RULE OF LAW DOESN’T EITHER for us oppressed disabled poor rotting in the darklands of this neo-liberal terrorist hell.

YOu should really check out my facebook page Jayne E Routhan I just started it and first time since I was hurt 17 years ago telling my affluent family what is happening to me.  Its going about as hate filled as you can get.  So far my brother has told me if my life is so hard I should kill myself, then yesterday that I am a violent toxic poison person for telling my family HE HAD TOLD ME TO KILL MYSELF.   Although I am connecting with other ostracised members of the family who understand what happening as well.

Currently up on 23 minor police charges for my LEGAL NON-VIOLENT protests within the rules of UN Civil Society Handbook – which I show the judge at times.  Latest round in years of being charged with minor crimes only to have them dropped or win them, dozens of them since 2002 (after rape & trying to get ACC care I entitled to) Two of these charges relate to a current sitting Labour Party member I am not allowed to name and Bell Gully Compass Health.  One related to a piece of art I blutacked to the Labour party office in Masterton and a poem I put on my website.   Also for throwing red paint on the White ribbon banner in Masterton police station after I was violently assaulted and threatened with rape for protesting that I couldn’t get my ACC care and was phoning them highly suicidal, self-harming, almost psychotic and they had police trying to prosecute me for Misuse of a Telephone for begging to have my care reinstated.  You already know all of this I have contacted you several times before over the past 10 years.

Please respond to this email, advise me why you have refused all these years to interact with me and what you intend to do in the future now you know what is happening to me.  Thank you
I look forward to your urgent reply.
Sincerely
Jayne R
Civil Society Actor
HUMAN SEWAGE

From: United Nations Association of New Zealand <office@unanz.org.nz>
Sent: Monday, 30 September 2019 1:39 PM
To: jrouthan@hotmail.co.nz <jrouthan@hotmail.co.nz>
Subject: September Newsletter United Nations Association (UNA NZ)

Latest from the UN and UNA NZ

 

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September 2019

Ka nui te mihi kia koutou katoa
Dear Members and Supporters of the United Nations Association

The United Nations is an organisation that serves the world. If there is a problem in one country they try to solve it by negotiation.

The younger generation should be taught in schools about United Nations activities. At the start of UN model assembly, recently held in Hamilton, I asked the High School students, “Have you heard of UNDP?”. They did not know the answer. After giving the answer I ask them, “Who was the first female head of the United Nations Development Program?”. They do not know the answer. I then ask, “Do you know the name of the previous Prime Minister of New Zealand?”. Then they will say, Hon. Helen Clark.

Our topic for this year for Hamilton Model UN, which you can read about further down in this newsletter ,was Climate Change. This is a very hot topic locally and internationally.

On the 27th September, school students are striking from school and university to protest lack of acton on climate change and push for a climate emergency declaration. These students are our future. They are awake to the effects of climate change on their lives. This strike, they are calling for adults to join them.

I come across various students who say to me that they have taken part in the Waikato Model UN Assembly in the past. Students who had won the speech trophy had ended up as solicitors and doctors, doing well in life. One of them had even ended up as Prime Minister.

I will be glad if the New Zealand Government could introduce UN activities into the curriculum of the school education system and our Prime Minister Hon. Jacinda Arden should be able to suggest this since she had won the Waikato branch speech trophy in the past. There is a lot of reason for this request.

You are welcome to forward and share this newsletter with anyone interested in strengthening the work of the United Nations.

Ngā manaakitanga,

Mano Manoharan
Waikato Branch President
United Nations Association of New Zealand

UNA NZ and Family Planning host United Nations Population Fund Executive Director, Dr. Natalia Kanem.
On the 16th September UNA and Family Planning hosted an afternoon discussion with UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem. 

Dr. Natalia Kanem is the Executive Director of United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United Nations Under-Secretary-General. Dr. Kanem brings more than 30 years of strategic leadership experience in medicine, public and reproductive health, social justice and philanthropy. Dr. Kanem is among the highest-ranking women at the United Nations and the first Latin American to head the agency. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) which recognised that reproductive health as well as women’s empowerment and gender equality, are the pathway to sustainable development. How far have we come? What challenges do we face? The discussion was an exciting opportunity to learn more about the direction of the UNFPA and where we need to focus going forward.

Pictured above: Dr Natalia Kanem (centre) Executive Director of UNFPA with Peter Nichol (right – President UNA NZ) & Joy Dunsheath (left – Immediate Past President)

New Zealand Sustainable Development Goals Summit Hosted in Auckland this Month 

On the 2nd September, experts from all sectors addressing New Zealand’s sustainability challenges gathered at the 2019 New Zealand Sustainable Development Goals summit. The theme focused on ‘Accelerated action, together.’.

Victoria Rhodes-Carlin, a member of the steering committee spoke about UN Youths event ‘the Aotearoa Youth Declaration’ that is hosted in Auckland very year and creates the Youth Declaration policy document. The Youth Declaration gives decision makers access to youth perspectives on key issues. Including, many issues encompassed by the SDG’s. Read the Youth Declaration 

A keynote address was given by Helen Clark.

Sophie Handford- National Coordinator for the climate strike shared a youth perspective on sustainability. The next School Strike for Climate takes place on the 27th September. Find more information here. 

Dr Gillian Greer Co-writer of the SDG peoples report chaired a panel discussion on gaps between where we are and where we are as reported in New Zealand’s National voluntary review on the SDG’s. You can read the peoples report here here  and the national voluntary review  here. The panel also discussed how to bridge those gaps trough collaboration. 
Read more about the summit, which plans to be hosted again nest year, here.

68th United Nations Civil Society Conference
In late August the United Nations Civil Society Conference was held in Salt Lake Utah, USA. 

The conference focused on building inclusive and sustainable cities and communities.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations reminded the conference that well planned cities equip us for inclusive societies and place us well to address the Climate Crisis. He highlighted the role of Civil Society in addressing global challenges and the importance of partnership in working toward to the Global Goals. You can see his full address here. 

You can read the full outcome statement of the conference here.

Hamilton students take on model UN! 

The Waikato branch of UNANZ hosted a Model UN event for highschool students at the end of August.

The topic of the event was a burning one: ‘Minimising the Negative Effects of Climate change’.

The event drew not just students from many schools across Hamilton but also multiple public figures. Including, the Mayor of Hamilton Andrew King, Former Chairperson of Environment Waikato, Pala Southgate and multiple member of parliament, Tim Macindoe and David Bennett who all delivered speeches to the students.

The ‘countries’ discussed their main concerns regarding the topic and outline the policies they had implemented to address them. The main issues included deforestation, extreme weather events, sea-level rise, and the resultant socio-economic implications. Many positive remedies were discussed such as reforestation, renewable energy and international cooperation to heal shared heritage.

The countries were challenged to discuss international agreements focusing specifically on the Paris Agreement and Kyoto Protocol. The countries were divided in opinion. Many highlighted poverty and population growth faced by developing countries as stumbling blocks for achieving positive targets. When debating the resolution was the hidden costs and impacts of seemingly sustainable technological innovations. Many countries called for second thought to possible consequences of new technologies and new research and development to find the most efficient alternatives to fossil fuels.

After the final voting was done, the concluding ceremony was composed of speeches from the President of the Waikato UNA NZ, the Secretary General, the judges, and one of the volunteers who is into environmental sustainability.

The prizes were distributed to the best speaker, the best team, and the team with the best costumes- notably the french delegation pictured.

Multilateralism: Time for a Revamp? Asks Helen Clark
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12th August 2019- Annual Peter Fraser Lecture, Wellington. Last month Helen Clark gave the annual lecture in the name of Rt Hon Peter Fraser. Rt Hon Peter Fraser was Prime Minister from1940-1949 who attended and played an active role in the San Francisco conference where the United Nations charter was negotiated in 1945.

Helen Clark spoke about the current state of multilateralism, the importance of staying engaged with it, seeking to improve its performance and create more inclusive forms of it.

Helen Clark noted the success of multilateralism specifically in human rights and development. She went on to discuss the pressure on the multilateral system now, discussing big challenges such as peace and security and climate action.

Finally, Helen Clark argued that a more inclusive form of multilateralism may be the way forward. She commended the ILO for its tripartite membership consisting of governments, unions and employer organisations.

She highlighted challenges for the UN and its core institutions to broaden their governance but noted lessons for the UN in the way others had broadened their stakeholder engagement. And suggested that experimenting more with that in the governance of the core multilateral system could be useful in getting broader engagement in global affairs.

You can read the full speech on Helen Clark’s website, here.

SDG focus: Action for People and the Planet

Last month saw the SDG of the month and Secretary General highlight climate change. The theme continues this month with a focus on ‘action for people and planet’

The theme comes among a month of important meeting such as the Youth Climate Summit on the 21st September. Another notable event is the Climate Action Summit, the first of its kind bringing together public and private stake holders. Finally, the Sustainable Development Goals Summit on the 24th and 25th September.

Exclusive Blog by UN Secretary-General António Guterres

The Secretary-General wrote an exclusive blog detailing his thoughts on taking action for people and the planet in a month of several important meetings.

“This month, world leaders will gather in New York for a week of critical meetings to accelerate action for sustainable development, including the Climate Action Summit and the SDG Summit. I have asked leaders to announce concrete plans of action that can boost global ambition. … If we want our planet to remain the same – healthy and able to support prosperity and opportunity for all — we will have to completely transform our world.

 

As the SDG summit takes place in New York this September key actors call for the world to ‘make it happen’.

UNA NZ Education Portal Resources

The UNA NZ Education Portal is an excellent web page for UN-related resources.  This month’s featured Portal webpage is SDG 2: Zero Hunger. Given the governments announcement of their latest policy to provide free school lunches to New Zealand’s most under privileged children and the focus on poverty in the latest access radio session (featured in this newsletter) we thought this month we would focus on SDG 2: Zero hunger.

Click here to learn more.

Wellington Access Radio featuring SDG One: No Poverty

Past President of the UNA NZ, Joy Dunsheath, will be featured monthly on Wellington’s Access Radio (106.1FM) discussing ways people can help do more to support a more just and equitable society.

This month’s programme focuses on SDG One: No Poverty with Dr Pushpa Wood and Andrew Johnston.

Listen to this episode here. 

Save the Date: UN Day 2019

On the 24th October UNA NZ will be hosting UN Day celebrations at Premier House in Wellington. The event will feature speakers such as High Commissioners. Invitations will be sent electronically via email and registration through Eventbrite is essential.

Notice: UNA NZ Office available part-time

The UNA NZ Wellington office is still available for sharing one full day or one-half day per week. It is located centrally on Boulcott St.  The office is fully furnished, and has internet connections, heating and ventilation, and an office kitchen available for use.

This would suit an NGO needing an office for one day per week or for occasional use.

For more information, please contact: Joy Dunsheath joy.dunsheath@xtra.co.nz or office@unanz.org.nz

Get your copy of our latest magazine

Be sure to check out the UNA NZ News 2018, which includes the Dame Laurie Salas Memorial Lecture, speeches and reflections from our National Conference on the topic of the role of Global Summits in solving global problems, and latest research reports by the UNA NZ. It also highlights some of the work of the wider UN family in NZ. Members should have received a copy of the magazine. If you have not received a copy, please contact your Branches. Read it now online here

Check out our newly updated website!

Selected International Days This Month

September

5 September – International Day of Charity
8 September – International Literacy Day
10 September – World Suicide Prevention Day
12 September – United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation
15 September – International Day of Democracy
16 September- International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
21 September – International Day of Peace
23 September – International Day of Sign Languages
26 September – International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
26 September – World Maritime Day
27 September – World Tourism Day
28 September – International Day for Universal Access to Information
30 September – International Translation Day

October

1 October – International Day of Older Persons
2 October – International Day of Non-Violence
5 October – World Teachers’ Day
7 October – World Habitat Day
9 October – World Post Day
10 October – World Mental Health Day
11 October – International Day of the Girl Child

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New Zealand Mental Health perverting justice for #metoo Civil Society Activist

Check out the sort of letters I am forced to write on a regular basis, in an attempt to get justice in this country.    Heard some BS from Minister of Justice Andrew Little on news last night about some big review they are doing because our justice system had been Americanised, what does that mean?????    Andrew Little knows my case and refuses to do anything about it.   The Minister of Health does as well and refuses to do anything about it.  I know public mental health they are not using professionally recognised treatment and rehabilitation models and are in fact ILLEGALLY (against UN and international law) experimenting on people with mental health issues in NZ.  That they are prepared to pervert justice in this way, proves those at the top are insane and abuse their powerful positions in our society.

And check out the ‘awesome’ lawyer they have given me, so far EVERY lawyer I have ever had that supposed to be experienced in disability were THE WORST, MOST IGNORANT, COWARDLY, USELESS LAWYERS you would ever meet.   Obviously the dregs of the legal fraternity get to deal with those who experience the most crime, the most violence and the worst government violations of human rights in this country – according to the UN.   Which would of course explain why people like myself are being denied protection from harm, justice and right.

From: JR
Sent: Friday, 23 August 2019 6:50 AM
To: HANSEN, Jennifer <Jennifer.Hansen@police.govt.nz>; Alisdair Ross <shwedagon@xtra.co.nz>
Subject: Formal complaint of perverting course of justice

This is a formal complaint to police regarding people within public mental health services perverting the course of justice by ensuring I was not able to attend a court ordered psychiatric assessment.

Please refer to emails sent to Nelda Day at Masterton Court (I will send copies if you choose to investigate this crime), after I received notification of the assessment where I ask about the meeting being recorded and court security guard Jason being in attendance.   At the time I hadn’t read the emailed letter properly due to communication impairments I have when dealing with organisations I am terrified of (like public mental health and ACC).   I wasn’t aware of the out of court meeting until late Friday afternoon when lawyer Alisdair Ross phoned me and offered me $50 for petrol to get to Porirua.

I was called away suddenly for 10 days  (6-16 August) by my elderly mother who needed to be supervised (due to her health/heart issues) while staying to care for my  teenage nephews, while their parents were on a five week holiday through America and Canada.  My mother paid for everything and although I was very reluctant to go due to my serious mental health issues and issues with my affluent family, I also desperately needed to see my daughter who lives in ————–.   My daughter had a serious car accident three months ago and is lucky to be alive.  Because ACC refuse to reinstate my entitlement to professional health care and the Independence Allowance (they brag to WINZ and me about withholding over $10,000 in unpaid IA) I was unable to go to her and hug her due to overwhelming poverty and had been pining to do so since the accident.

I received the notice of the meeting by email on 12 August and responded immediately to Nelda Day, five days after the date on the letter/email.  Apparently mental health had tried to deliver it by courier but of course I was not home, so they chose to send it via Masterton court staff who I correspond with regularly.

I advised Alisdair Ross I was not able to attend the assessment at Forensic Mental Health in Porirua due to serious overwhelming phobic impairments I have dealing with public MH services over many years.  Particularly as a result of a life-threatening incident in 2002/3 where I was refused mental health services after ————- (note I am very distressed having to bring this event up and don’t want to go into the details as what happened is incredibly traumatising for me).   I am very isolated and have a very limited environment due to poverty and overwhelming fear of my cruel hostile violent community, including health and justice workers.  All psych assessments I have had done to date have been on court property with a security guard I know in attendance, this is what I was expecting (even though it is still incredibly difficult).  I offered to get to Wellington court rather than have the psychiatrist drive all the way to Masterton for the assessment (as Masterton court security are able to work in Wellington) because I know he is a busy person.  I also knew the second psych assessment was a formality as the assessments were only done to prove I was to unwell to represent myself in court as Legal Aid were continuing to refuse me a lawyer, after 18 months since the initial charges.

Snr Sgt Jennifer Hansen offered to fill out the Legal Aid forms herself in an attempt to rectify this gross violation of my rights.   I drove to Masterton within an hour of her offering, as filling out forms when I am extremely traumatised is another very difficult and debilitating impairment related to my disability.  I had nobody who could fill the form out for me, those very few people I now interact with are either not competent or well enough to do it and my family would insult and degrade me – tell me to not be so lazy and stupid and do it myself – if I asked
them.

Since I had been given a lawyer there was no longer any reason for the psych assessment as I now had legal representation and could defend my Constitutional Law position regarding my challenging LEGAL non-violent protests, which all the charges I am currently under relate to.

I emailed Nelda Day several times but received no response back – I assumed she was forwarding my emails to Forensic Mental Health.   I phoned them myself at 8.30am on Monday 19 August, when the meeting was scheduled for, I left a detailed message with staff for L Pacey.  Told the receptionist about the requirement for the assessment to be in a court and how I was unable to attend due to impairments related to my disability.  Told them I had been away, apologised for the situation as I knew the psychiatrist was a busy person.  Gave them my mobile phone number (which they could have easily obtained from the court or police) and asked L Pacey to contact me and a new time to be organised urgently.

Early on Thursday morning I phoned Forensic Mental Health again (I do not have an email address for these people) and was told the new meeting was for 11am and it was 8.35am and they were demanding it was to be held in Porirua.  The woman who answered the phone was the same person as Monday, except now she was hostile and offensive and hung up on me when I responded appropriately to her bigotry.

I then proceeded to phone different places in an attempt to find an email address for Forensic Mental Health and the psychiatrist.   I phoned the Minister of Health’s office but they were unable to find me an email address without having to do enquiries themselves and I didn’t want to waste their time.  I then phoned public mental health services in Masterton and was put through to the head of adult mental health, a woman (I can’t recall her name).   When I asked for an email address for Forensic mental health to sort out an urgent appointment, she started laughing manically and didn’t stop when I asked why, so I hung up.

I am aware from people I know in the community, who have been in situations where I was being discussed by mental health workers, that public mental health services staff in Wairarapa don’t like me and are scared of me.   I have never done anything to threaten them with harm in any way, although I do now have a ‘tourettes’ type response when they insult degrade reject and trigger me.  Thankfully that only involves insults and swearing – a part of my condition these mental health professionals should understand and accommodate – not use to deny me all health care, justice and extensive welfare/services many other mentally ill people receive and I am denied.  Perhaps it is this hatred and fear that compels them to be unprofessional, oppressive, insulting and childishly vindictive in my case.  Perhaps it is my years of public and online protests about abusive criminally negligent local and national mental health services they don’t like?

What has happened to prevent me from attending this court required assessment will firstly upset the judge, when I agreed to go even though it was a waste of everybody’s time and I did my best to get out of it.  Secondly because it will yet again delay court proceedings which is traumatising and harmful to me, costly to the court and taxpayers.  Delaying court proceedings has happened because of police and others before, it is illegal under NZ and international law to use the justice system in a punitive way against a recognised Civil Society Activist (in the area of mental health and justice issues of the poor) as defined by the United Nations.

These people who arranged this meeting have perverted the course of justice and violated my rights as a disabled Civil Society Activist.   They have also violated Sections 150A and 151 of the Crimes Act by not acting legally and causing me harm and distress.   As a result of this current situation I was very unwell on Wednesday night and police were called by govt/mental health 1737 STAFF WHO HAVE BEEN ORDERED NOT TO DEAL WITH ME, for self-harm and suicide concerns.   Being rejected from all forms of health services, severely aggravates the suicidal ideation aspects of my disability (which is a living nightmare trying not to kill yourself and having to deal with it alone), along with my valid extreme fear of police after several instances of unwarranted violence and bigotry is again punitive use of the justice system being ignored by Ind Police Conduct Authority and senior police officers.

Ms Hansen, please advise if you intend to act on this valid complaint of perverting the course of justice and violations of Sections 150A and 151 of the Crimes Act 1961.  Mr Ross, please advise what you intend to do about arranging a psych assessment I can attend – please confirm the advice you have given me so far, which was it was nothing to do with you and I was to do what Forensic Mental Health told me to do or I would be jailed for failing to attend the unnecessary unwarranted second assessment.

Sincerely
JR
Civil Society Activist
HUMAN SEWAGE

Yet another citizens rights document violated by New Zealand Government

I knew this document existed, I tried to find it a few years ago to back up the other laws I had found regarding human, civil and political rights in New Zealand.  I just didn’t have the right name and didn’t realise it was 20 years old – absolutely appalling the violations of it now – especially in my case.

The Universal Declaration on Democracy as signed by all the governments of Commonwealth countries – thoroughly violated in the treatment of disabled and poor people in New Zealand.

http://www.ipu.org/cnl-e/161-dem.htm

We talk about love and compassion in New Zealand, how we need that back in our government – but what most people don’t realise is – what our leaders became was never ever supposed to happen, the poor and powerless were supposed to be protected from cruelty by rich powerful elites and governments.   Max Harris (The NZ Project) talks about bringing love and morals back into politics, but they were always supposed to be there and it was a violation of multiple laws when our leaders lost that and nobody stepped in to stop them.

ANY LAWYERS OUT THERE WANT TO DEBATE ME ON NZ BILL OF RIGHTS being given significant power over the conduct of our government with the support of these signed Declarations – which are not only a contract with the leaders of the Commonwealth and United Nations, they are a contract with the citizens of New Zealand – a contract with me that they are going to adhere to these rules.  Currently they do not and there is nothing people like me can do but challenge this gross miscarriage of justice on every level they can.  No matter how much intimidation the government throw at you.

 

New Zealand Court of Appeal – Unreasonable Trespass Notice

Below is a copy of the letter I have sent to the woman who identifies herself as the occupier of the Wellington Court of Appeal.  As you will see from my previous posts, especially where I won the judgement about being able to legally protest inside public buildings, unless the public servant issuing the trespass notice is being reasonable then they have no right to do it.  As Ms Obrien issued this notice and the following complaints without knowing my situation then she has not acted reasonably. I know this is only a small thing and won’t change much but, some of the big reports and letters I have to write are just too hard at the moment.

1 November 2016

Ms Clare O’Brien

Court of Appeal

54 Molesworth Street

Thorndon

WELLINGTON

Dear Ms O’Brien,

You are named as occupier of the Wellington Court of Appeal and have had me trespassed then charged with wilful trespass for legal political protests I have been doing.

I am a civil society actor in the area of mental health, injustice, inequality and government corruption.  I am a non-violent activist and artist and know the law well, as prior to being raped, the person being found not guilty and years of criminal negligence & torture by ACC and others, I was studying law at Victoria.  Since the mental injury in 2002 I was unable to return to Victoria but I have studied law extensively, along with being an expert in traumatic stress disorders and current abuse in the system – what I call the ‘violence industry’.

Why did you trespass me without finding out why I was driven to such lengths to express myself the way I have been doing more recently?  You have been unreasonable in the circumstances to create a situation where a disabled artist and activist is being made a criminal for exercising her rights under United Nations declarations,  NZ human rights laws and Bill of Rights laws.  You would have noted my years of chalking on the streets around Parliament, that have made no difference whatsoever in me or others receiving mental health care we are entitled to, it is now much worse.  More family violence, more people being killed by mentally ill and more killing themselves (please refer to latest crime stats & suicide stats).

I am not a criminal, I am the victim of serious crimes that violate the most basic laws of this country.  Laws and accepted principles printed on the window of the Appeal Court building.  When I made submissions about the NZ constitution 3 yrs ago I included the words on the Appeal Court as making up our current constitution – I believe to advertise such justice in such a way is a written contract with citizens like myself.  I can assure you people with mental injury as a result of abuse and trauma (like myself), also mentally ill people are NOT receiving the justice those words say we are – our human civil and political rights are being violated.

Did you know I was driven to expressing myself in these ways because I am unable to get a Civil Legal Aid lawyer to protect me from repeated police visits.  That I have recently been assaulted by High Court Security and police for legally protesting and IPCA are refusing to do anything to bring my complaints in front of a judge – along with my complaints under Sections 150A 151 155 157 of Crimes Act against ACC and others.  Did you know I am currently up on charges of Misuse of a Telephone for phoning ACC screaming to have my rehabilitation reinstated from 2009 as required by two ACC reviews.  Did you know how many times I have been dragged through court for legally protesting and won?  Please feel free to look through my police and justice files – this letter gives you authority to do this so you understand the situation I am in.

You cannot use the wilful trespass laws to stop Civil Society Actors from expressing themselves in a non-violent way – especially in the area of appalling mental health services, which is such a serious issue and has been in the public arena recently – even discussed by Justice Winkleman and the Law Society.  Please refer to my website for more about what I do and advise me what you intend to do about your unreasonable trespass and ongoing criminal complaints – www.jrmurphypoet.com.  I look forward to your reply.

Yours sincerely

JR

Civil Society Activist