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by Andy Oakley · 30/04/2018 7pm
A non PC political commentary on the effects of the Treaty of Waitangi Act on New Zealand Society. Andy Oakley questions the very idea of a separate Maori race, especially the "one drop of blood" rule that essentially creates Maori out of thin air and then assigns them special privileges.
by Andy Oakley · 27/04/2018 9am
A non PC commentary of why New Zealand has the highest incarceration rates in the western world and an analysis of who the prisoners are. Video and transcript. New Zealand has one of the highest incarceration rates in the Western world and we are constantly reminded that more than half of them are Maori, despite Maori making up only about 16% of the population.
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 · 24/04/2018 8am
Britain's knife control is a bad parody of gun control, writes Robert Tracinski for The Federalist, and I can heartily agree. I wrote about the subject last year, and it's gotten much worse since then in the UK, as they've started to come for the rest of your cutlery, and now also your toolbox. There are real tweets from the Metropolitan Police.
Islamic European Immigration
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 23/04/2018 5pm
Is Europe a continent with its finger on the self-destruct button? Douglas Murray reflects on Europe’s pervasive and seemingly unfathomable inertia in the face of an immigration crisis, the potential failure of multiculturalism, and the Western fixation on guilt.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/04/2018 8pm
Israel Folau, an Australian rugby union player, posted a graphic on Instagram with the title "your plan vs God's plan", and after being asked what "God's plan for gays is", he responded, "HELL, if they don't repent." This caused a bit of a furore, but it really shouldn't have.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 19/04/2018 8pm
You're probably all familiar with the Bob Jones column that was published in February by NBR. One of our contributors wrote an article defending satire and free speech, humourously suggesting that Bob Jones be made the "Comedy Commisioner". Of course, there were plenty of people upset by Sir Bob's "Maori Gratidude Day" that 70,000 crazy people signed a petition and presented it to parliament.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 18/04/2018 9pm
Right Minds editor Dieuwe de Boer takes a short break from politics to celebrate the rainbow and then expose the truth about unicorns that the anti-unicorn lobby doesn't want you to know.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 16/04/2018 1pm
You've probably heard the old socialist line, "the rich get richer while the poor get poorer." Like everything else that socialists believe, this is completely false. In a 6 minute video for PragerU, Daniel Hannan explains the power of capitalism and free markets.
Wellington City Council Waste
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 14/04/2018 11am
The Taxpayer's Union has alerted its' membership to an alarming legislative change being proposed by the government. The Local Government (Community Well-being) Amendment Bill looks to change the 'Purpose' of local government. This outrageous move will effectively give councils carte blanche to spend your money on all sorts of pet projects, expansion of ...
Coroner (Access to body if the deceased) amended
by Items on the Balustrade · 10/04/2018 11pm
The orgy of virtue signalling which heralded the passing of the Criminal Records (Expunging of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offenses) Bill last week continued Tuesday night during the debate of the Coroners (Access to Body of Dead Person) Amended Bill. MPs clamoured to demonstrate their understanding of and sensitivity towards the cultural needs of ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 10/04/2018 9pm
The news-cycle in NZ and the US are closely linked, so when a woman opened fire at YouTube HQ in California, it was news over here just as fast. Social media was hoping that the elusive "Trump supporter, NRA member, and Alex Jones fan" mass shooter had finally been discovered.
Sir Bob Jones
by John Black · 06/04/2018 10am
Satire, political or social pisstakery is in a sorry state, both at home and abroad in this year of our Lord, 2018. Locally, shrill hordes have demanded via social media organized petitioning that Sir Robert Jones suffer a status reduction back to plain old ‘Bob Jones’, for the crime of taking the mick out of Maori.
Criminal Records (Expunging of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offenses) Bill
by Items on the Balustrade · 03/04/2018 11pm
In parliament on Tuesday night, the Criminal Records (Expunging of Convictions for Historical Homosexual Offenses) Bill triggered a veritable orgy of virtue signalling. MPs from the government and opposition benches vied to outdo each other in their rush to pin their colours to the mast of the good ship tolerance. The Bill was always going to be a wave ...
Garth McVicar
by Dieuwe de Boer · 03/04/2018 5pm
Early morning on Saturday 31st March, just north of Auckland, a man was shot after he threatened the police with a machete. From what we know, it's a pretty clear-cut case.
NZ Parliament Chamber
by Items on the Balustrade · 27/03/2018 9pm
Maybe Thirty odd hardy souls (including officials and spectators) sat through the third reading of the Taxation (Annual Rates for 2017–18, Employment and Investment Income, and Remedial Matters) Bill on Tuesday night. Not a title designed to either draw a crowd or inspire the loftiest rhetoric, but that’s probably how it’s intended. Certainly Dr Duncan Webb ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 09/03/2018 9pm
This was said a year ago by Julius Malema, a political party leader who has long been calling for the "land expropriation" that is now coming into effect. Apartheid is returning to South Africa.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 08/03/2018 8pm
When I wrote about the Iranian hand-shake affair , I was not expecting to be revisiting this topic so quickly, but this story about a senior staff member being fired from the University of Auckland caught my attention. The incident took place a year ago, but only now has a memo been sent out to all staff by vice-chancellor Stuart McCutcheon: He did this ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 01/03/2018 1pm
On his first day as National Party leader, when confronted by a media inquisition, Bridges recanted his stance on gay "marriage". Hang on a minute: he wasn't actually asked about it. He just volunteered that information out of the blue.
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.

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