Margaret Colmore is the New Conservative Candidate for Bay of Plenty.
Margaret is a truth seeker, and unafraid to speak her mind. Her aim is to see New Conservative in Parliament this year.
She sailed here from South Africa with her family in 1998. After owning several businesses, her and her husband bought a five acre property in Oropi, which is run as a Bed & Breakfast, and gives international visitors a Kiwi country experience.
Like everyone involved with New Conservative, Margaret is not a career politician. But what she saw in South Africa is beginning to be seen in New Zealand: divisive policies that favour one race over another, along with increasing regulations and rates that erode profits.
When Margaret became aware of the Labour Coalition’s climate hysteria agenda to push New Zealand down a ‘Zero Carbon’ path, she observed one side of science was being suppressed.
“I realised the scientific truth of climate change was being manipulated, and I now believe this is in order to bring about a global agenda to undermine capitalism, undermine private property rights, and bring in socialism. It is aiming eventually for complete control over all land, resources, food and people.”
After observing this and the concerning direction towards much more adherence to the UN, Margaret became alarmed and joined New Conservative. She observed that New Conservative policies are centred on democracy and the sovereignty of New Zealand, are practical and compassionate, and are developed by patriotic Kiwis with decades of relevant experience in each policy area.
When it comes to the environment and natural resources, Margaret believes that far more can be done for NZ conservation without giving billions to shadowy carbon markets.
Margaret is passionate about promoting New Conservative, and advocating freedom and positive social values and policies, and protecting our national sovereignty.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing” – Edmund Burke.
Bay of Plenty voters are encouraged to give their party vote to New Conservative and their electorate vote to Margaret Colmore.