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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.
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.
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 Owen LLewellyn · 22/01/2018 4pm
The new Labour-led government’s plans for its first 100 days has a depressing inevitability about it. Various lollies handed out to key voting blocks - students get the first year of tertiary education free and an extra $50 a week living allowance; family allowances to increase, and sundry other measures with cost implications
Jacinda Ardern Communist
by Owen LLewellyn · 29/10/2017 7pm
With Jacinda Ardern duly sworn in as Prime Minister, what can we expect to see over the next 3 or more years? In a nutshell: more government, more taxes, and more centralised control. You won’t be surprised to hear any of that, but we can also expect more poverty. “No. Surely not,” you point out. “ ...
Gareth Morgan of The Opportunities Party.  Globalist.
by Owen LLewellyn · 22/07/2017 9pm
I’ve never met Gareth Morgan, but for some reason I find him intensely annoying. There’s something rather condescending and patronising about him, or at least how he comes across in his many media offerings. He definitely has a chronic case of cleverest-person-in-the-room syndrome. The instant ...
NZ gun Lobby
by Owen LLewellyn · 17/06/2017 8pm
Police Minister, Paula Bennett has held back the tide of anti-gun legislation. Rejecting 13 out of 20 recommendations of the select committee inquiry into the illegal possession of firearms. Sensibly, Bennett listened to the gun lobby, made up of overwhelmingly law abiding citizens, and understood ...
Facebook Censorship
by Owen LLewellyn · 14/06/2017 9pm
In yet another outrageous example of internet censorship, Facebook has disabled the Group “Kiwis United Against the Islamification of New Zealand”. The group had only been operational a few months, but had already gained well over 600 members. The group was very clear about its’ being an ...
Winston Peters kicks of the Islam debate for election year in New Zealand
by Owen LLewellyn · 11/06/2017 3pm
It was only a matter of time before Winston Peters figured out that there are growing concerns among Kiwis about the possibility of the Muslim community increasing in New Zealand and what that might mean. In parliament last week he effectively started the official public debate about the growth of ...
Euthanasia opposition stronger than thought
by Owen LLewellyn · 09/05/2017 9pm
Care Alliance this week published a media release confirming the results of their analysis of submissions to the Health Select Committee regarding euthanasia legislation. Pro-euthanasia advocates had questioned the quality of the anti-euthanasia submissions. Perhaps surprised at the fact that they ...
Islam will dominate the world
by Owen LLewellyn · 30/04/2017 5pm
Liam Dann, writing in the Herald this week, lamented the fact that immigration would be a major issue in the upcoming election this year. He made the standard patronising and misleading remarks about 'populist' politicians, characterising Trump and Farage, not to mention our own Winston Peters, as ...
Mortgagee sale
by Owen LLewellyn · 27/04/2017 10am
Yes, there will be another New Zealand property crash, and, yes, it will include Auckland. In May 2015 I made a video outlining the reasons why the Auckland property market was in a bubble and so would eventually crash.
Premier Li of the one party, communist Chinese state
by Owen LLewellyn · 03/04/2017 8pm
How do we tell where the boundary lies between healthy international business relations and becoming a vassal state of a major power? Until recently, those of us concerned about the implications of rampant globalisation on New Zealand were mostly worried about NZ becoming a lap dog of the United States.
Labour Greens Coalition Tax scam
by Owen LLewellyn · 27/03/2017 9am
Labour and the Greens last week released their budget responsibility rules. This is a slick political move which could fool a lot of soft voters. On the face of it, it looks like they are making a firm commitment to fiscal responsibility.
Englsih bill of Rights
by Owen LLewellyn · 20/03/2017 12pm
I’ve changed my mind about New Zealand becoming a republic. Ever since I was a kid I’ve been very 'anti-royal'. When I was 12 my Mum dropped me off at LLandaff Cathedral in Cardiff on her way to work, to see the Queen turn up.
The International Labour Organisation -  World Government Building Block
by Owen LLewellyn · 13/03/2017 8pm
The New World Order. World Government. Conspiracy theories? Paranoia? The truth is, world government has been quietly creeping up on us for a long time. In fact many important building blocks have been in place for decades - almost a century in some cases.
New Zealand spy agencies getting authority to spy on New Zealanders
by Owen LLewellyn · 28/02/2017 9am
The proposed New Zealand Security and intelligence Bill has just finished its Select Committee phase and now moves to its’ Second Reading in the House. The purported purpose of the Bill is to streamline the activities of four agencies under one piece of legislation.

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