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by Jesse Anderson · 21/12/2018 7pm
While driving home on Wednesday night, listening to ZB, I heard a familiar, deep, soothing voice. Its velvety softness crept into my ears and put me into a hypnotic daze, so potent that I had to pull over to avoid having an accident. It was Winston Peters, talking about the harmless, non-binding ( ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 10/05/2018 6pm
As food banks are seeing a large increase in demand, the latest budget reveals nearly a billion more in foreign aid to pacific nations. Is this what putting New Zealand first looks like? There is no priority on fixing the housing crisis, but plenty of money to fill the right pork barrels.
by Dieuwe de Boer · 12/10/2017 11am
No one has ever accused NZ First leader Winston Peters of being politically correct, and that tradition is likely to continue after he made some inflammatory statements earlier today. In his latest interview , Peters responded to a question about David Seymour wanting to abolish the Department of ...
Pepe the Frog
by Owen LLewellyn · 15/07/2017 2pm
I’m not sure if Kirsty Johnston’s article about the ‘Alt Right’ in New Zealand was more disingenuous or just hopelessly out of touch. Either way, she completely missed the mark as far as demonstrating understanding of the growing discontent in New Zealand and around the world with the political, ...
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 03/07/2017 5pm
With just over two months to go before New Zealanders head to the polls, the New Zealand First Party are having a dream run: Labour are in disarray, National's credibility is under attack, and with immigration becoming a central issue in the campaign, the stars seem to be aligning for Winston ...
Winston Peters kicks of the Islam debate for election year in New Zealand
by Owen LLewellyn · 25/06/2017 3pm
Right Minds was at the launch of the New Zealand First election campaign in Palmerston North today and asked Winston Peters abotu addressing the concerns of New Zealanders regarding the prospect of increased Islamic immigration and the possible affect of this on our society. After running the usual ...