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  • Dangerous Human Ending Cult Sweeping through Civilisation
    A Cult, that many actors, politicians, and those with a low IQ are joining is sweeping across civilisation, with one main intention – ending humans reign on Earth. Starting as a well meaning though deeply flawed theory, that the Earth was warming due to mankind emitting greenhouse gasses, it was ...
    An average kiwiBy admin@averagekiwi.com
    2 weeks ago
  • Government of disappointment
    Today's abortion reform announcement is just the latest in a long line of disappointing decisions or outright failures from the Labour government. The 90-day law. KiwiBuild. A capital gains tax. Climate change. Every time they make one of those decisions, we hope for better next time. No repeal of the ...
    No Right TurnBy Idiot/Savant
    2 weeks ago
  • Labour chickens out on abortion
    When she was standing for office, Jacinda Ardern promised she would take abortion out of the Crimes Act. Labour followed up on that by referring the issue to the Law Commission, which duly produced a series of options. Health professionals were crystal clear in supporting complete decriminalisation. But instead of ...
    No Right TurnBy Idiot/Savant
    2 weeks ago
  • A stillborn policy
    The Greens used their party conference over the weekend to push for a rent-to-own scheme, where people would be able to work towards home ownership by renting from the government. Its a sensible policy, and one which could make a real difference to home ownership rates. But its also basicly ...
    No Right TurnBy Idiot/Savant
    2 weeks ago
  • Ihumātao reignites the power of land protests
    by Daphna Whitmore   Over the past fortnight, thousands of people have come to the Ihumātao land protest in South Auckland. On 23 July police prepared to evict a few dozen people who had maintained the encampment at Ihumātao for the past three years. As hundreds of supporters arrived the ...
    RedlineBy Daphna
    3 weeks ago
  • US-China trade war: not in any workers’ interests
    The following article is translated from an article in Lutte de Classe (Class Struggle), the magazine of the French revolutionary workers’ organisation Lutte Ouvrière (Workers Struggle). The United States’ blacklisting of the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, which took shape in Google’s ban on Huawei using its systems on its phones, marks a ...
    RedlineBy Admin
    3 weeks ago
  • The militarization of the mind and the rabid push to discredit dissenters on it
    There is a military phrase: “Full spectrum dominance”. It refers to the all-encompassing policy to dominate across all spheres of war. Lately, that has come to include the internet – in other words, cyberwarfare initiatives. That is in addition to land, sea, air and the like. Now, if ...
    exhALANtBy exhalantblog
    3 weeks ago
  • National supporters excited about that IMF Report is comedy at its best… and most tragic.
    The IMF issued a Report on the state of the Economy as it is at present. Some of it points out significant issues that certainly warrant attention, but that we know already exist. Some of it is very much tied to the very obvious context of global concerns, that everyone ...
    exhALANtBy exhalantblog
    3 weeks ago
  • Brecon and Radnor by-election
    I'm glad to see the Lib Dems won.I had a moment of terror yesterday thinking that the Conservatives might cling on, due to a combination of Johnson's elevation to the premiership, the apparent uselessness of the Lib Dem candidate (who had failed to be elected in other constituencies) and the ...
    3 weeks ago
  • Recycling – National Party style. Something embarrassing about Mr Bridges conference speech uncove...
    .   . Current Leader of the National Party, Simon Bridges gave the usual rah-rah speech to the Loyal & Faithful in Christchurch today (27 July). With National’s party polling and his own personal popularity sliding steadily in the polls, Mr Bridges has not much left to reverse his fortunes. ...
    Frankly SpeakingBy Frank Macskasy
    3 weeks ago

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