K R Bolton2000 words Those who have been associated with anti-Government protests are being pilloried by the Establishment media as dangerous ‘extremists’, often with the designation ‘far right’. For example, see Otago Daily Times and NZ Herald.  Although mainly directed at anyone suspected of being associated with Voices for Freedom, alleged Action Zealandia members … Continue reading Media Witch-Hunt During Local Body Elections But Far Left Remains Sacrosanct
K R Bolton5175 Words On 12 July 2022 TV One News aired a feature on “the rise of online anti-Semitism.” It might be supposed the item was produced to accelerate the introduction of the “hate speech laws.” That this is the intention is indicated by the references to the “hate speech” laws and recommendations of … Continue reading “Anti-Semitism” Downunder: Left, Right… or Imaginary?
K R Bolton10000 words The New Zealand Government on 20 June prohibited as “terrorist organisations” Proud Boys and The Base.  These prohibitions are presumably intended to set the scene for the prohibition of any real dissent against globalisation, and other psycholeft policies of the Labour Government. This means demonising the so-called “far right.”  … Continue reading Politicised Police Declare Antifa a “Strawman”; Conservatives Intrinsically Terrorist
Labour’s Ideological Cousins Run Amok in USA K R Bolton1800 Words Antifa has been invigorated by the prospect of the Supreme Court overturning the epochal Roe vs. Wade (1973) that resurrected mass child sacrifice via abortion. A campaign called Jane’s Revenge has been formed by Anarchists as autonomous cells across the USA, in the manner … Continue reading Leftist Hate Crimes and Terrorism
K R Bolton700 Words Over the past few days there has been much brouhaha over leaflets allegedly distributed around Tauranga, to an unknown extent. The leaflets have received further attention – insofar as their distribution had reportedly occurred in April – because they provide the pretext for the Māori Party to make mirthful claims that … Continue reading “Creativity” – an import we can do without
K R Bolton1234 words I was recently asked to write as book on the Kohimarama Conference, whereby in 1860 Māori chiefs from throughout New Zealand gathered at the invitation of Governor Gore Browne to debate the meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi, the Kingi revolt, and other issues, and to fully air any grievances. It … Continue reading Contra “One Nation, One People”
Today it is no exaggeration to say that a fanciful, ongoing, ‘living’ reinterpretation of the Treaty is as total, dogmatic, and pervasive as Marxist ideology was in any Communist state.
Scott Howard, The Open Society Playbook, Antelope Hill Publishing, 2021, 331pp.www.antelopehillpublishing.com K R Bolton3600 Words American scholar Professor Richard B. Spence contends that there is a crucial difference between “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy fact,” and that it is an essential part of scholarship to “connect the dots.” (Spence, Wall Street & the Russian Revolution, Trine … Continue reading Book Review:
K R Bolton The hypothesis that gender identity is an innate, fixed property of human beings that is independent of biological sex — that a person might be “a man trapped in a woman’s body” or “a woman trapped in a man’s body” — is not supported by scientific evidence.Lawrence S. Mayer and Paul R. … Continue reading The Criminalisation of Parental Objections to Transgenderism
Part Five of Dr. Kerry Bolton's series on New Zeeland Histories addresses the myth of deliberate state sponsored linguicide in New Zealand. Research shows that it was the Maori leaders themselves that insisted there children were taught in English only.