Statement on the resignation of the Rt Hon John Key

John Keys PM

This afternoon local time Rt Hon John Key, Chairman of the International Democrat Union and Prime Minister of New Zealand, announced his resignation as Prime Minister, effective Monday 12 December.

John Key will be remembered and celebrated as one of New Zealand’s greatest Prime Ministers, having led the National Party for 10 years, and New Zealand for 8 years. He has undeniably made our country a much better place than he found it.
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IYDU Annual Council Meeting

Miami 2016 IYDU
Freedom lovers,

We are just under one week away from the 2016 IYDU Annual Council Meeting and Election Observation. This time next week over 100 registered participants will be filing into historic Miami City Hall to kickoff the Annual Council Meeting. Continue reading

Alert: IYDU U.S. Election Observation

miamiiyduFreedom lovers,

We have had a great response for our election observation mission hosted by the Leadership Institute. You don’t want to miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity in the most crucial swing state. However, there are only a limited spaces available for participation, so register today here: Continue reading

REGISTER: IYDU U.S. Election Observation

miamiiyduFreedom lovers,

Registration is now open for the International Election Observer Mission to the United States following the 2016 IYDU Annual Council Meeting in Miami, Florida. The registration fee of $200 covers participation in the program, daily meals (excluding dinner), meetings, and transportation among sites during the program. But this rate will go up after October 1 to $400, so book now! Continue reading

Never Forget

911Friends,

I will never forget.

Fifteen years ago I watched in stunned silence with my fellow high school classmates as Flight 175 crashed into Tower Two of the World Trade Center at 9:03 a.m. It was clear then we were under attack. To this day, every time I think of the attacks of September 11, 2001 I am overwhelmed with emotion – both sadness and anger – just as much I was on that day. The pain is very raw and, undoubtedly, will remain as such for the rest of my life. Continue reading