‘Aotearoa New Zealand Histories’

Part I: New ‘Histories Curriculum’ Has there ever been an administration or government in New Zealand’s history (or ‘histories’) more fanatically intent on social engineering than the Ardern regime? Certainly, there has never been an administration more intent on relegating the Euro-New Zealander to extinction in all ways other than as rootless economic automatons, for … Continue reading ‘Aotearoa New Zealand Histories’

Muslim Deaths Cynically Used to Enforce State Dogma

By KR Bolton 2700 words. I have written previously on both Tarrant, the murderer of 51 Muslims at Christchurch, and the motive behind the push for a ‘hate speech’ law to augment the draconian laws that have been in force since 1971 (starting with the Race Relations Act). Those who have long been demanding the … Continue reading Muslim Deaths Cynically Used to Enforce State Dogma

Parihaka – A Europhobic Guilt-Trip

K R Bolton Of the may Europhobic distortions of New Zealand colonial history the one that is most notable is the government occupation of Parihaka, a village in Taranaki region, on 5 November 1881. It seems likely that before long Guy Fawkes Day will be replaced by Parihaka Day, which is often mooted, and this … Continue reading Parihaka – A Europhobic Guilt-Trip

Labour Party’s Communist Allies

K R Bolton The methodology used in the following is adapted from that of journalists such as Marc Daalder, [1] Thomas Manch, et al, and their on-call ‘experts’ such as Dr Paul Spoonley. [2] Establishment ‘experts’ (sic) use exceedingly tenuous associative phrases and symbols to link anything of the Right to ‘Nazism’, ‘white supremacy’, and … Continue reading Labour Party’s Communist Allies

Government Borrowing, Debt, and Misconceptions about ‘Social Credit’

K R Bolton With the looming election and massive Government borrowing due to the impact of Covid-19 on the economy, the notion has arisen that the borrowing scheme is akin to Social Credit. It is assumed there is a relationship because the Government is injecting billions into the economy. From being a party that attracted … Continue reading Government Borrowing, Debt, and Misconceptions about ‘Social Credit’

Brenton Tarrant & the Spectre of Baruch Goldstein

When Brenton Tarrant killed 51 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand,  in March 2019 he was continuing a legacy of over seventy years of atrocities in Palestine. He wasted the lives of not only 51 others but also his own. Of this he seemed to realise, not only by changing his plea to ‘guilty’ but by … Continue reading Brenton Tarrant & the Spectre of Baruch Goldstein

PTBO and the Sociology of Snowflake Liberalism

K R Bolton A recent empirical analysis, the first of its type, examines what the study’s author, Professor Jeremy Bernerth, Department of Management, San Diego State University, has termed the Proclivity To Be Offended (PTBO). Bernerth examines the consequences of this syndrome from the perspective of how it impacts on business efficiency and personnel relations. … Continue reading PTBO and the Sociology of Snowflake Liberalism

‘Anti-Racism’ Campaign Shows Bigoted Intent of ‘Hate Speech’ Law

K R Bolton Despite their intentions the Human Rights Commission campaign ‘Give Nothing to Racism’ shows that justice minister Andrew Little’s professed purposes for enacting a ‘hate speech’ law is not really intended to curb violence and abuse. The aim is to extinguish dissent. The HR Commission campaign features media advertisements touting the commission’s ‘Voice … Continue reading ‘Anti-Racism’ Campaign Shows Bigoted Intent of ‘Hate Speech’ Law