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by Dieuwe de Boer · 06/02/2020 8pm
SB's recent article on The BFD, Our Country is New Zealand NOT Aotearoa , included a tweet that stated that "if you are speaking English then speak English." That statement brought an old article to my mind.
Defend NZ Sovereignty
by Owen LLewellyn · 02/02/2019 11pm
At the anti UN migration pact rally yesterday in Wellington, as the peaceable gathering was disrupted by leftists, one individual clearly over-stepped the mark.
Anti UN migration Pact
by Owen LLewellyn · 02/02/2019 11pm
The anti-UN Migration Pact protest in Wellington today was hijacked by a leftist rent-a-mob. Outrageous bullying tactics were used. On two separate occasions men over 6 feet tried to intimidate Jules, the NZ Sovereignty speaker.
Jacinda Ardern at the UN
by Andy Oakley · 31/01/2019 5pm
Labour = The Politics of Virtue Signalling and Division. Our Country is Changing! I am still reeling from the speech given by Jacinda Ardern at the UN Convention last year.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 07/01/2019 9pm
The increasing polarisation of politics and political discourse is something that many have commented on, but Dan Hannan at the Washington Examiner has found what he believes to be the root cause: falling IQ caused by increased screen time.
One New Zealand
by Owen LLewellyn · 05/01/2019 10am
The time has come for a genuine people’s party in New Zealand politics. The recently formed One New Zealand Party is set to break the mould of politics in this country. Whilst the majority of Kiwis have been busy working hard at their jobs and businesses and bringing up their families, the ...
Carol Sakey
by Owen LLewellyn · 13/12/2018 9pm
A plucky Kiwi woman has made a courageous stand against globalism and its attempts to destroy national sovereignty. She claims that her use of the proper channels to communicate the public’s discontent are being sabotaged.
by Right Minds NZ · 12/12/2018 9pm
Nascent political party, One New Zealand, has again challenged the prevailing New Zealand political landscape. Today, deputy leader, Andy Oakley, blasted a hole in the mainstream historical account of events at Parihaka Pa.
March for Life 2018
by Owen LLewellyn · 08/12/2018 5pm
Around 1,000 people turned out for the March for Life in Wellington today, along with no less than 2 National MPs and a former National Prime Minister.
by Items on the Balustrade · 05/09/2018 10pm
Golriz Ghahraman could make a human rights issue out of a minor rules change for hiring the local memorial hall. So there is certainly nothing that could be presented to the New Zealand Parliament that would not provide an opportunity for her to lay out her bona fides with regard to one noble cause ...
by Items on the Balustrade · 26/06/2018 11pm
"All God’s creatures got a place in the choir." Or so Foster and Allen told us. Everyone has a role. You don’t have to be the star. So the Labour party have found a role for Anahila Kanongata’a-Suisuiki and Marja Lubeck.
Eva Tvarozkova
by Items on the Balustrade · 07/06/2018 8pm
In an outrageous abuse of privilege, the deputy chief of mission of the European Delegation to New Zealand is attempting to wriggle out of a $20k plus tenancy debt to a Kiwi landlord on the basis of her status as a diplomat.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 09/05/2018 8am
In a bizarre moment, Hillary Clinton claimed she considered moving to New Zealand after losing to President Donald Trump, but not even everyone in the legacy media bought her fake and robotic speech.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 07/05/2018 7pm
When Hillary Rodham Clinton is involved, it's a question of "What do you want first, the bad news or the really bad news?" Our government has given the Clinton Foundation $8 million and is giving them $5 million more. But, wait, there's more.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 03/05/2018 9am
Some African migrations are complaining that they can't find work in New Zealand and are suggesting that businesses are discriminating against them. There is more to the story of course, as it appears none actually checked if there was work available for them before moving here.
Ian Lees-Galloway
by Items on the Balustrade · 02/05/2018 7pm
In an ironic twist, government Minister for Workplace Relations, Ian Lees-Galloway, sets fine example by verbally abusing a National party MP and then storming out of the chamber.
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.
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 ...
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 ...

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