Where were YOU in ’81?

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?

He Puapua and Nationalism

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

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