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  • Is Your Data Is Safe With NZ Police?

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    The following was sent to me by Justin Cook: I was looking in my spam folder for an email and came across this. It's been sent to my email but I'm not the intended recipient.

  • Life Goes On

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    We must acknowledge that Jacinda Ardern is John Key 2.0. She loves to be the messiah of the nation, and so she's far more likely to follow Labour's neoliberal manifesto than usher in some kind of communist dystopia.

  • Election Night Special - TTT#50

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Join Dieuwe de Boer and Tim Wilms live from 7pm tonight to discuss the election results as they come in. We'll hopefully be joined by a few special guests.

  • Live at 9pm again - TTT#49

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Join us live for another episode of Trad Tasman Talk, at the later hour of 9pm this evening again, due to adjustments for New Zealand and Victoria going to daylight savings and this being the final pre-election broadcast.

  • Drugs, Death, and Democracy

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    We're right in the middle of being allowed to vote on the greatest issues of our time: smoking joints, state-sanctioned murder, and who gets to manage our national decline over the next three years.

  • Are We Seeing The Beginnings Of A Political Police Force In NZ?

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    It's been nine months since police raided my home on 9 January 2020, and I realise that I have not made any detailed public updates on events since then. Offers for help poured in and court action got underway quickly.

  • Live at 9pm - TTT#48

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Join us live for another episode of Trad Tasman Talk, at the later hour of 9pm this evening due to New Zealand entering daylight savings and Victoria not joining us there until next week.

  • I Know Nothing - TTT#47

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Join us live for another episode of Trad Tasman Talk. New Zealand's election is now about a month away and Melbourne's quarantine inquiry has discovered that all government officials suffer from amnesia. Plus, your questions answered.

  • Now That's A Cluster - TTT#46

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Join us live for another episode of Trad Tasman Talk. The damage done by the government's coronavirus response to New Zealand's economy is shaping up to be much greater than that projected by Australia. Plus, your questions answered.

  • An Essay On The Nepotism Of New Zealand's Political Far-Left

    Essay
    Origen

    I have procrastinated over the information in this article for some time, mostly because I have been very busy with work, my children and a few other legal matters of interest

  • Trad Tasman Talk Ep.41 - All Suffering Together

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    The China Virus has returned to Auckland and continues to rampage through Melbourne. The latter is near the end of its first two weeks in lockdown, as Auckland starts a minimum of two weeks under restrictions.

  • The Problem with Books

    Opinion
    Tani Newton

    I have a problem that I'd like to share with you. It's a problem that I face from my perspective as a Christian, but I think many people of other persuasions will see a close parallel to their own experience.

  • Doing What Works: My Speech At New Conservative 2020 Campaign Launch

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    What does it mean to be a conservative? What does it mean to do conservatism? Conservatism isn't a rigid ideology or 100 page manifesto that one can pick up and read for the definitive answer.

  • Black Lives Matter and the Woke Fools at the Premier League

    Opinion
    Tim Owen

    Just sent this e-mail to the virtue signalling fools at the Premier League. Felt good.

  • "Follow Me, Men!"

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Those were the last words of Captain John Fane Charles Hamilton as he jumped into the fray to support a wavering force trapped in an ambush at Gate Pa in the Tauranga campaign of 1884.

  • Nation Shutdown Due To Surge In Car Crashes [Satire]

    Satire
    Tani Newton

    Senior transport advisers warned today that New Zealand could be facing an unusually high road toll over the Queen's Birthday Weekend. "We've been seeing a real spike in traffic accidents both here and overseas."

  • Bad Books (Trad Tasman Talk Ep.27)

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    New cases of the CCP Virus are dwindling in both Tasman nations, but there are still three weeks left before Australia will reconsider its restrictions, and New Zealand is staying in lockdown for at least another two weeks.

  • Tasman Bubble (Trad Tasman Talk Ep.26)

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    The number of infections by the CCP Virus keep dropping in both Tasman nations, but slightly faster in Australia which has a more lax approach. New Zealand might be switching to "Level 3" lockdown soon.

  • Cease & Desist Issued To Paparoa

    Opinion
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Last week, the Media Council responded to some complaints made against RNZ by two readers about their characterisation of me as "far-right". The final ruling was rather predictable, but it clears up a few things.

  • Easter Elimination Hunt (Trad Tasman Talk Ep.25)

    News
    Dieuwe de Boer

    Easter is cancelled and both New Zealand and Australia are aiming to eradicate COVID-19. Infection numbers in both Tasman nations are dropping, but Australia is well in the per capita lead and has far fewer restrictions in place.