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Jacinda Ardern: The Woman’s Weekly Prime Minister

[...] What worries me most is that the warped mind of Tarrant understood that our woman’s weekly prime minister is so entirely predictable that she would set about turning a democracy against itself immediately after his heinous crime. Ardern quickly began acting out his predictions . . .

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Scott Morrison wins ‘bigly’: So what now?

Following Scott Morrison’s stunning victory in the Australian election – and it was Morrison’s victory, almost single-handedly – the obvious question is: what happens, now?
Morrison, a conservative, religious prime minister has stamped his authority on the party. In the words of Annabel Crabbe, “Mr Morrison genuinely can now do whatever the hell he likes . . .

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What are your rights if the police drop around for a chat?

New Zealand citizens have begun receiving “visits” from armed police, questioning their social media activity . . .

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The slow murder of Christianity by the zealots of Mammon

Science fiction is the genre of the Thought Experiment, the great What if? It’s worth considering such fictional scenarios because they may not be so fictional for very much longer. In the West, at least, the powers-that-be are embarking on a grand scheme to eradicate religion altogether . . .

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The Left’s insidious organising principle of ‘equality’

In the name of “fairness” and “equality” in the hospital he had worked in, John was suddenly demoted to a janitor and the janitors were suddenly promoted to obstetricians and surgeons - and he had to stand in the room holding a mop and watch the horrific results . . .

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The Upside-Down politics of Australia

[...] the conservative party are the Liberals, the Labor party doesn’t have a single worker in its parliamentary ranks, and the Greens are the most urbanised humans on the planet. Even the rural Country party long ago changed its name to the Nationals . . .

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Strange cultural bedfellows

Whether one agrees with Folau’s viewpoint or not is irrelevant. What is relevant, and why this issue has sparked such a ferocious clash, is that people sense that human liberty is at stake if Folau loses his right to perform as a highly respected sportsman and have the right to express his beliefs at the same time. This really matters . . .

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Free University: The Australian Experience

Australia experimented with free higher education for fifteen years, from 1974, when the left-wing Whitlam government abolished university fees, until 1989, when the reformist Hawke government, introduced the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS . . .

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Just lay off the Jews, already

[...] what is perhaps most disturbing about the resurgence of anti-Semitism is that it is so predominantly a left-wing phenomenon. Whatever their faults, for a very long time the moderate left and even the communists (despite the Stalinists’ campaigns of anti-Jewish persecution) were a haven for Jews . . .

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Little truth does he know

Our current Minister of Justice Andrew Little, wrote a very cunningly crafted article for the NZ Herald yesterday titled: "Hate speech threatens our right to freedom of speech."

Note how the title is designed to appease we freedom of speech absolutists, by stating what we have been saying all along. This is of course the absolute problem with introducing hate speech laws into NZ, a problem which, as it happens, Little himself is seeking to impose on us . . .