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by Dieuwe de Boer · 05/06/2018 9pm
The news week has been off to a roaring start, with announcements that the oil exploration ban was not actually backed by any paperwork has been followed up by the Church of Climatology High Priest James Shaw requesting us to eat less meat.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 27/02/2018 9pm
When preparing for a meeting with the Iranian ambassador, a female Labour MP was told not to shake his hand as this would be inappropriate. The problem with this "handshake snub" by the Iranian delegation isn't one of cultural understanding.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 05/12/2017 9am
In response to my article about the Golriz Ghahraman I received a number of claims that she had done no wrong and never attempted to hide or embellish her life's story. This is easily disproved and David Farrar created a list so that I don't have to: 1. Nov 16 – Green newsletter. Says “worked as a lawyer for the UN, putting on trial politicians and military ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 01/12/2017 6pm
It's not really a problem when you've never lived under enemy fire, worked as a defense attorney for war criminals, posed for photos with said war criminals, and co-authored a paper denying genocide. It's just a problem when your life is presented as being the opposite of what it really is. Where is Mashhad ? Golriz' hometown is about as far away from the ...
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 22/09/2017 7pm
It's considered by many to be the most unpredictable election in a generation, but Right Minds NZ's Alex Eastwood-Williams attempts to predict the unpredictable election. This has been probably the rockiest and most unpredictable election campaign in my lifetime, with wide discrepancies between polls, a raft of resignations and a campaign in which no one ...
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 14/03/2017 8pm
I don't believe in kicking people when they're down, which I why I feel bad criticising the New Zealand Labour Party - who as we all know are mortally wounded.
Bill English
by Right Minds NZ · 01/02/2017 7pm
We take a look at the announcement for election day, a new Green/Labour policy for compulsory Maori lessons, a Labour challenger in Ohariu, Gareth Morgan goes full-racist, and Willie Jackson might be making the jump to Labour.