Gaille | Kelston 

“Right now, right this moment, Jacinda of course. Yeah, right now, I’d definitely share a Shawarma with Jacinda, or a plate of hāngi. I’m so proud of her.

I wasn’t a Labour supporter. I voted them because they were the better choice, but I’m so glad that I voted her. She represented our call quite well, thank you. The call of who we are, what makes us different. She’d be the only one I’d trust would hear, not just listen. And she’s a mum, and that opens her eyes to a whole new world of responsibility and that. I’d talk about a lot of things as a mum, as a grandmother, to her. I’d probably gabble on for a little bit until I bored her. Two minutes, it would take.

Okay, this is climate change, all new to you, another pathway to sorting this climate change issue out.

(song) One man’s world which is another man’s opportunity.

One man’s castaway’s another man’s treasure-find.

One man’s throw-aways are not new but is new to you.

New to you’s another path to turn the tide of climate change.

Take stock, take a look, see what actions we must do, just do it.

Re-calibrate

Take stock, take a look, see what actions we must do, just do it.

Re-calculate

Still got to learn my lyrics.

The path from destruction demands urgent action and urgent change.

Take stock, take a look, see what actions we must do, just do it.

Re-calibrate

Take stock, take a look, see what actions we must do, just do it.

Re-calculate

We got to re-assess ourselves – climate change.

We got to re-assess ourselves – climate change.

We got to re-assess ourselves – climate change.

Just do it.”

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