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From: Paul & Emma Gee [mailto:gspservices@xtra.co.nz]
Sent: Monday, 8 April 2019 8:25 p.m.
To: 'Paul & Emma Gee'; jenny.salesa@parliament.govt.nz
Cc: 'Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern'; chris.hipkins@parliament.govt.nz; 'Wal Gordon'
Subject: RE: CORRUPTION

Hi Jenny,

On the 9th April 2009 a man nearly died in an explosion, caused by circumstances I had tried to warn about for 6 years previous to that explosion…..I was then framed and targeted for responsibility for that explosion with my family terrorised along the way.

My life is still very much affected; on average I have had a new job once a year moving around and working away from my family for 8 long years…..it took 2 years of persecution before my business folded.

And you people just ignore me and hope I go away. I keep hearing about depression and people struggling….what happens when your problems are real, inflicted by the people in power? Why to only extremists get a say or even taken notice of? All I tried to do was help people and keep the public safe….but I was “warning” the very people who would look really bad when it hit the fan….so I be came the scape goat….think about that…..I do, a lot.

All I am asking is to clear my name for something I did not do, while being set up by corrupt dirty actions that put the average Kiwi at risk. You won’t even answer my questions…..and you use the moniker “Right Honourable”…..you should look it up in the dictionary.

Please can you at least answer me, or am I so worthless that I deserve no reply?

Yours with Integrity Paul Gee


They know and could not care less........


From: Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern [mailto:Jacinda.Ardern@parliament.govt.nz]
Sent: Monday, 8 April 2019 8:25 p.m.
To: Paul & Emma Gee
Subject: Automatic reply: CORRUPTION

Kia ora,
 
Thanks very much for taking the time to get in touch with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

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9th April 2009 a man nearly died in an explosion....ten years ago.....still covered up.....and my life is still effected by it......I am not going anywhere, still fighting it.....
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 370 Dated 5 April 2019
« Last post by Wal on April 05, 2019, 06:28:56 AM »
Times have changed yet again and the Federation urges you to keep your eyes open and to let others know about your observations and thoughts. Remember the Federation can be your voice.
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From: Paul & Emma Gee [mailto:gspservices@xtra.co.nz]
Sent: Wednesday, 3 April 2019 8:35 a.m.
To: 'Paul & Emma Gee'; jenny.salesa@parliament.govt.nz
Cc: 'Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern'; chris.hipkins@parliament.govt.nz; 'Wal Gordon'
Subject: RE: CORRUPTION

Hi Jenny,

Please see below, please can you tell me when I might receive a reply.

Ignoring corruption doesn’t fix corruption.

I look forward to hearing from you at your nearest convenience.

Yours with Integrity
Paul Gee


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From: Paul & Emma Gee [mailto:gspservices@xtra.co.nz]
Sent: Sunday, 3 March 2019 12:42 p.m.
To: 'Paul & Emma Gee'; 'jenny.salesa@parliament.govt.nz'
Cc: 'Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern'; 'chris.hipkins@parliament.govt.nz'; 'Wal Gordon'
Subject: RE: CORRUPTION

Dear All,

Please can you tell me when I can expect some sort of reply?

I take your silence to mean you are happy and content with the terrorising of my family by the PGDB. Please can you clarify?

I understand that Jacinda will be in my area in the near future and am happy to meet up if time is available to her.

I do not believe corruption has a use by date, it doesn’t dissipate over time…..if anything it gets worse and spreads like a cancer, as people become embroiled in it and so tarnished by it and so by all intents and purposes actually helping to cover it up by not exposing it, then by default becoming corrupted by the situation. No one can openly say that this should stand as it is blatantly corrupt…..so it is silenced and suffocated, this is morally wrong and you all know it.

It begs the question that if the amount of corruption I have witnessed is accepted as normal, (this is not an opinion, but fact). Where a victim nearly died in a preventable explosion, being told untruths by the PGDB as he lies is in a burns unit in a drug induced coma and the person who tried to warn about the situation that led to this explosion for 6 years BEFORE it happened is then framed for it…..well if this is accepted and allowed to be brushed under the carpet…..what goes on where the stakes are much higher? It saddens me in the direction we are headed as a so called civilisation.

It is the age old ruse of “civilisation”…. In reality lacking any civility, where self-centred greed and power rule for the selfish few, at a detriment and risk to the many. You have the power to change this, but it appears are happy for this decline. I thought you were the Labour party, for the workers by the workers against the selfish few….. but sadly seem more preoccupied with being PC. It seems the workingperson has lost its voice.


Yours With Truth and Integrity Paul Gee.
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 369 Dated 22March 2019
« Last post by Wal on March 22, 2019, 06:42:36 AM »
The close off time for submissions on the reform of Vocational Education is just around the corner.  Submissions are to be in by 27 March 2019.  This weeks issue of the Fellow Practitioner is the Federations view. Have a read of the submission and have your say to the government.

Beware of the wolf in sheep's clothing as there has been a lot of patch protection going on out there from those who stand to loose from the changes. 
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 368 Dated 8 March 2019
« Last post by Wal on March 08, 2019, 06:33:21 AM »
The Vocational Education and Training review continues and it would seem Industry Training Organisations are claiming students will suffer under the polytechnic merger and as we predicted there has been a lot of patch protection going on. This issue of Fellow Practitioner looks at a few of the issues and the Federations view. Utmost in our minds is accountability and trust. Do we risk it with a new process or do we stick with what we have where there is no accountability and trust has been lost?

We always welcome your views.
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It is received, but apparently ignored......some serious allegations.....it ain't slander if its true......






From: Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern [mailto:Jacinda.Ardern@parliament.govt.nz]
Sent: Sunday, 3 March 2019 12:43 p.m.
To: Paul & Emma Gee
Subject: Automatic reply: CORRUPTION

Kia ora,
 
Thanks very much for taking the time to get in touch with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
We appreciate your email. Because of the large number of emails we receive each day, you may not receive a response immediately.
While you are waiting for a reply, here's a list of links that may help you find what you’re looking for:
Beehive website
The Prime Minister’s Facebook page
The Prime Minister’s Twitter page
Full list of Ministers
 
We hope one of the above links helps answer your question! In any case, we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Thanks again.
Authorised by Jacinda Ardern MP, Parliament Buildings, Wellington
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From: Paul & Emma Gee [mailto:gspservices@xtra.co.nz]
Sent: Sunday, 3 March 2019 12:42 p.m.
To: 'Paul & Emma Gee'; 'jenny.salesa@parliament.govt.nz'
Cc: 'Rt. Hon Jacinda Ardern'; 'chris.hipkins@parliament.govt.nz'; 'Wal Gordon'
Subject: RE: CORRUPTION

Dear All,

Please can you tell me when I can expect some sort of reply?

I take your silence to mean you are happy and content with the terrorising of my family by the PGDB. Please can you clarify?

I understand that Jacinda will be in my area in the near future and am happy to meet up if time is available to her.

I do not believe corruption has a use by date, it doesn’t dissipate over time…..if anything it gets worse and spreads like a cancer, as people become embroiled in it and so tarnished by it and so by all intents and purposes actually helping to cover it up by not exposing it, then by default becoming corrupted by the situation. No one can openly say that this should stand as it is blatantly corrupt…..so it is silenced and suffocated, this is morally wrong and you all know it.

It begs the question that if the amount of corruption I have witnessed is accepted as normal, (this is not an opinion, but fact). Where a victim nearly died in a preventable explosion, being told untruths by the PGDB as he lies is in a burns unit in a drug induced coma and the person who tried to warn about the situation that led to this explosion for 6 years BEFORE it happened is then framed for it…..well if this is accepted and allowed to be brushed under the carpet…..what goes on where the stakes are much higher? It saddens me in the direction we are headed as a so called civilisation.

It is the age old ruse of “civilisation”…. In reality lacking any civility, where self-centred greed and power rule for the selfish few, at a detriment and risk to the many. You have the power to change this, but it appears are happy for this decline. I thought you were the Labour party, for the workers by the workers against the selfish few….. but sadly seem more preoccupied with being PC. It seems the workingperson has lost its voice.


Yours With Truth and Integrity Paul Gee.

________________________________________
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Has anyone seen the text from Skills?  It was sent on 27 February 2019 and it states 600 employers have responded to their survey.  It then gives some percentages for three of the questions as being 73% 69% and 65%.  No percentages were given for the other 5 questions.  Now comes the fun part. On 28 February 2019 Skills sends out an email claiming 700+ employers had responded to their survey and guess what the percentages are the same 73%  69%   and 65 % .  What are the odds of that happening where numbers of people taking the survey increase by over 100 people in a day but the percentages stay exactly the same.  Seems odd to me.
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Fellow Practitioners Update / Fellow Practitioner Issue 367 Dated 22 February 2019
« Last post by Wal on February 22, 2019, 06:27:31 AM »
Last week we told you of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Review.
The Federation has read a great deal of information about the Review and believe it is looking good for the country.
There are volumes of information on line about the Review so we are going to try and focus on the issues that affect us the most.

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