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by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 05/09/2018 1am
Hundreds of people turned up to the Pullman Hotel in Auckland last night to see the legendary Nigel Farage on his first ever visit to New Zealand and despite the best efforts of the tolerant left, attempts to barrage the Farage proved unsuccessful. While there were some initial fears that the event might not go ahead, after SkyCity cancelled, leading to a ...
by John Black · 23/08/2018 7pm
Polarised – the title of Sunday night's public discussion between the academic Dr Cornel West and the writer Douglas Murray, was something of a misnomer. While the differences in their political outlooks were evident, what they had in common resonated more strongly.
by John Black · 26/04/2018 7pm
A Quiet Place, a horror film currently second in the U.S box office, has managed to piss off the kinds of people I feel sure Right Mind’s readers would be quite happy were pissed off. For starters, it's pro-family, pro-life, and pro-gun. The film is also brilliantly acted, paced, and scored.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 22/12/2017 9am
This is a review of "Mohammed's Koran", a book that succinctly and convincingly exposes The Grand Lie: that Islam is a religion of peace. For centuries Western scholars have known and experienced that Islam is a religion of war. For over a thousand years, Mohammed and his followers have spread their ideology via violent jihad, killing countless millions and subjugating millions more.If you want a Koran for your library, this is the one you should buy.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 04/09/2017 12pm
Many may be familiar with the e-commerce giant Alibaba, but about a month ago I was introduced to their more small scale AliExpress . While compared to Amazon. features a similar experience to eBay or Trademe. Unlike the regular business-to-business Alibaba store, AliExpress allows you to buy just one item at a time from small businesses in China. What ...
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