from Brook van Velden
Quietly, and without asking anyone, Labour created a healthcare system which treats people based on their race. Labour is racially discriminating against its own citizens.
Healthcare should be provided based on need. If this was done properly, then the most disadvantaged groups in our society would get the treatment they need.
But rather than fix a broken system Labour chose to make it worse by making race one of the factors that determines your place on health waiting lists.
New Zealanders are sick and tired of race and the Treaty being injected into everything and different groups being given different rights.
ACT will put an end to it. Every New Zealander should have the same rights and equal opportunity – regardless of race, religion, sex, or sexuality.
A Party Vote for ACT in October is a vote to tell Labour: you will not treat people differently because of their race.
Please sign and share ACT’s petition to end race-based waitlists.