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 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
From the Wellington Stand to Star Trek... The agglomeration of groups and ideologies gathered in wellington on 9-11 2021 would normally have very little in common. In broad strokes, largely Maori and White liberals. The event was organized by the Freedom and Rights Coalition, a group started by members of Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church. Easily identified as … Continue reading Obedience Training.
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
C. McCabe. 4333 words. Our recent articles on Maori activism and separatism culminated in a hypothetical look at the creation of a Theocratic Ethno-state of Aotearoa for exclusive Maori sovereignty. The web site experienced a 400 per cent increase in month on month traffic, we appear to have struck a nerve!To explore the idea further … Continue reading Rupture ~ The Fall And Rise Of New Zealand.
That was the revolutionary decision they made for the survival of their people and the object for which they signed a Treaty at Waitangi in February 1840. It is something for which contemporary Maori should be intensely thankful for and proud of having achieved.
A Memoir K R Bolton. 3570 WORDS The Springbok tour of 1981 was apparently a defining moment for many New Zealanders. Forty years ago, during July, August and September, New Zealand came as close to civil war as it has seen. The National Government stubbornly resisted pressures from without and within to end relations with … Continue reading Where were YOU in ’81?
First published on RightTimes.tv Feb 26 2021By James Davidson 1700 words In today’s modern setting around the West, there is only one conception of freedom, “do what you want, as long as it doesn’t infringe on anyone else’s rights”. This definition sounds compelling, in fact, it sounds liberating. Under it one can do, be or … Continue reading The Modern Definition of Freedom Is Wrong
By C McCabe. 3300 words The extreme Left Labour Government of Jacinda Ardern may finally get caught out with the plan to hand over the sovereignty of New Zealand to an unelected coterie of Maori Tribal elite engaged in a long term plan to subvert our system of government to permanent Tribal rule. The question … Continue reading He Puapua and Nationalism
K R Bolton7000 words. Maori Universal Franchise Preceded Settlers Recently there has been some debate on the extension of Maori representation on local body councils, with the creation of Maori wards that would ensure Maori representation on councils. As with the Maori parliamentary seats, based on four Maori electorates, ‘one nation’ neoliberals object that this … Continue reading New Zealand Histories IV