trevorloudonbooks
August 9, 2014 – 6:09 pm EST | No Comment

Trevor Loudon is back in the states, gearing up for the 2014 elections and spreading the word on how and why conservatives must win. Noted author and anti-communist figure Trevor Loudon from New Zealand has an important message all Americans need to hear: Ever wonder why the U.S. Congress has moved further and further left [...]

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China/Japan Build Defence Ties
September 2, 2007 – 2:21 am EST | 2 Comments
China/Japan Build Defence Ties

The West has always assumed that Japan would be an ally, or at least neutral in any confrontation with Russia and China. Soviet defector and former high ranking KGB officer Anatoliy Golitsyn predicted some years ago that Russia and China would try to draw Japan into their sphere of influence, before striking out at what’s [...]

Will Phil Goff Replace Helen Clark? Not Likely
August 31, 2007 – 9:27 pm EST | 30 Comments
Will Phil Goff Replace Helen Clark? Not Likely

There is some speculation at the moment that Phil Goff is weighing up his chances of replacing Helen Clark as Labour leader. From Fran O’Sullivan Hat Tip David Farrar The prospects of a palace revolt led by Labour’s dwindling centre-right will just get Clark’s and Labour Party president Mike Williams’ backs up further. The only [...]

"National Question" 28 Maori Marxism Moves "Mainstream"
August 31, 2007 – 9:36 am EST | One Comment
"National Question" 28 Maori Marxism Moves "Mainstream"

While the SUP’s planned disruption of the 1990 Waitangi celebrations, failed to materialise, the Maori radical revolution rolled on. By the early ’1990s socialist concepts under the guise of Maori culture, bi -culturalism, self determination and “Tino Rangitiratanga“, permeated virtually every area of New Zealand life. While in the ’70s and ’80s a few New [...]

Philippines Communist Leader Charged With Murder
August 31, 2007 – 3:27 am EST | 4 Comments
Philippines Communist Leader Charged With Murder

For the last few years leftist political activists in the Philippines have been targetted for assassination. Several hundred have died. The Communists have blamed the Arroyo government. The government has blamed the Communists. Now Dutch police have arrested exiled Communist Party of the Philippines leader Jose Maria Sison and charged him with murder. From the [...]

"Maoists" Still after Mike Moore
August 31, 2007 – 12:44 am EST | 6 Comments
"Maoists" Still after Mike Moore

The spat between former Labour Prime Minister and the Labour Party continues. From Stuff Former prime minister Mike Moore is laughing off a Labour letter-writing campaign against him – and rubbishing speculation that he is part of a plot against Helen Clark. Labour members have been urged in an email to write letters to newspapers [...]

Workers Party Contests Dunedin Mayoralty
August 31, 2007 – 12:11 am EST | 6 Comments
Workers Party Contests Dunedin Mayoralty

The Trotskyist/Maoist fusion Workers Party of New Zealand is contesting the mayoralties of Wellington, Christchurch, Waitakere and Dunedin. The Party hopes to use local body elections as a springboard to gaining the 500 members necessary to contest the 2008 General Elections as a registered party. Supermarket supervisor and part-time student Tim Bowron (27) will contest [...]

Local Body Elections Website
August 31, 2007 – 12:04 am EST | One Comment
Local Body Elections Website

ACT Party staff member Andrew Falloon has set up a website listing all candidates standing in the upcoming local body elections. The site also includes links to many candidate and “ticket” websites. Check it out here

China No Longer Potential Enemy for Russians
August 30, 2007 – 11:03 pm EST | 2 Comments
China No Longer Potential Enemy for Russians

Further evidence of the growing Russia/China anti-US alliance. From Russia’s Kommersant The Russians view China the most friendly country, while the United States is the key potential enemy for them, signaled the poll of All-Russia’s Center of Public Opinion. China is absolutely favored by 21 percent of respondents, which makes it the leader of preference [...]

US Waking Up to China’s Influence in SW Pacific
August 30, 2007 – 8:50 am EST | No Comment
US Waking Up to China’s Influence in SW Pacific

The US Government has recently issued a 30 page report about growing Chinese influence in this region. The South West Pacific-US Interests and China’s Growing Influence The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has become a growing force in the Southwest Pacific as a result, some argue, of a political vacuum created by U.S.neglect. In order [...]

Castro Touts Clinton/Obama Ticket for ’08
August 30, 2007 – 8:10 am EST | No Comment
Castro Touts Clinton/Obama Ticket for ’08

I have to agree with Fidel Castro on this one. Castro writing in Granma Today, talk is about the seemingly invincible ticket that might be created with Hillary for President and Obama for Vice President. Hillary Clinton, with Edwards, Richarson or some other as as VP candidate might not make it. Obama has inexperience and [...]

Martin Hirst’s "Comrade’s" Ties to Muslim Militants
August 29, 2007 – 9:30 am EST | 26 Comments
Martin Hirst’s "Comrade’s" Ties to Muslim Militants

Auckland University of Technology journalism lecturer Martin Hirst, hasn’t apologised for calling me a “neo-nazi”, but he has altered the offending text. It now reads; Well, I’ve been outed! Some right-wing dribblejaws* has me lined up in his beady little eyes… Unfortunately he then goes on to say this; Mr Loudon has attempted to slander [...]

How Socialist Extremists Took Over the New Zealand Labour Party Part 9
August 28, 2007 – 9:53 am EST | 3 Comments
How Socialist Extremists Took Over the New Zealand Labour Party Part 9

In late 1988, senior secret Philippines Communist Party member, Joy Balazo visited New Zealand. Balazo represented “Delta” the Communist Party of Philippines’s International Department. Ostensibly she was here to drum up support for the Philippines anti-US bases movement, but much of her time was spent laising with local communist organisations. Parties she talked with included [...]

Communist Cut-Out Conyers, Backs Obama
August 27, 2007 – 10:49 am EST | No Comment
Communist Cut-Out Conyers, Backs Obama

I have contended for some time that the Communist Party USA has a favoured candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. While the CPUSA has yet to openly favour any of the top four contenders-Clinton, Obama, Edwards and Richards, all their hints to the Party faithful point in Barack Obama’s direction. Openly far left Democratic contender [...]

Email to Dr Hirst
August 27, 2007 – 5:12 am EST | 6 Comments
Email to Dr Hirst

Text of email, just sent to Dr Martin Hirst. Dear Dr Hirst I note that in a recent post on your blog Ethical Martini you referred to me as a “neo-nazi goon”. I find the entire phrase insulting and offensive. The “neo-nazi” tag is highly offensive and completely untrue. If some pimply youth had written [...]

Dr Hirst’s Slur Against Loudon Challenged
August 27, 2007 – 4:03 am EST | 10 Comments
Dr Hirst’s Slur Against Loudon Challenged

When AUT media studies lecturer Martin Hirst labelled me a “neo-nazi goon” I was aghast that a man in his position could be so irresponsible. Over the weekend I’ve mulled it over and reached a conclusion. If I do not challenge this untruth, it will circulate around the blogosphere and may be used against me [...]

China Seeks "Cooperation" With Asian "Media Managers"
August 26, 2007 – 9:36 am EST | No Comment
China Seeks "Cooperation" With Asian "Media Managers"

From the Communist Party of China website Senior Chinese leader Li Changchun on Thursday called for more cooperation among Asian media to better deliver the “voice of Asia” throughout the world. “China hopes to improve the cooperation with Asian media groups and increase the voice of Asia in the international community,” said Li, member of [...]

Hutt Trotskyist Stands for Council
August 24, 2007 – 10:04 am EST | One Comment
Hutt Trotskyist Stands for Council

The Hutt Valley’s Valley Action Network is standing three candidates in the upcoming local body elections. Lead candidate is Moera resident Grant Brookes, who is standing in the Harbour Ward. According to his campaign blurb; “VAN is a positive alternative to tired, old, business-as-usual policies. We stand for social justice, the environment and grassroots democracy. [...]

Martin Hirst On Trotsky, Orwell, Neo-Nazis, Far-Right Goons and Yours Truly
August 24, 2007 – 1:31 am EST | 16 Comments
Martin Hirst On Trotsky, Orwell, Neo-Nazis, Far-Right Goons and Yours Truly

AUT journalism academic, Martin Hirst has been posting about my posts on him at his blog Ethical Martini; Check this one out here A few posts ago I mentioned the Journalism Matters conference recently held in Wellington and the response from the Dominion Post/Press [Christchurch] columnist Karl Du Fresne. My response was published today in [...]

Doctor Hirst-Come Pyongyang. Weal Soon-Kimmy
August 24, 2007 – 1:17 am EST | 17 Comments
Doctor Hirst-Come Pyongyang. Weal Soon-Kimmy

I just had to post this comment from the Martin Hirst thread. Dear Doctor Hirst: I inwite you as president of Democwatic People’s Wepublic of Korea come Pyongyang for talk about journalist training. You wight man. We open country up slowly. We want many new newspaper where reporters and clerks jump weal high when Kim [...]

Fisking Drs Hirst and Harrison
August 23, 2007 – 11:00 pm EST | One Comment
Fisking Drs Hirst and Harrison

My profile of “Trotskyist” AUT Journalism lecturer Martin Hirst has provoked responses from the good doctor himself and his former colleague and co-author, Dr John Harrison of the School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland. Both raised some interesting points that I would like to comment on. Dr Hirst I for one [...]

Val Morse-Arrogant, Agressive, Anti-American, Auckland/American, Anarchist Author and Anti Automobile Activist
August 23, 2007 – 9:36 am EST | 8 Comments
Val Morse-Arrogant, Agressive, Anti-American, Auckland/American, Anarchist Author and Anti Automobile Activist

No peace/anti-war, animal rights/anti GE, anti automobile demo in Wellington would be complete without Valerie Morse. With her trademark blonde hair and booming American accent, Val Morse seems never to miss a rally or a riot. She has protested nude in the grounds of Parliament, against the Iraq War, the NZ military, GE, the WTO, [...]

S.A.P. 17 Dr Martin Hirst
August 22, 2007 – 9:10 am EST | 48 Comments
S.A.P. 17 Dr Martin Hirst

My latest Socialist Academic Profile looks at Auckland University of Technology School of Communication Studies curriculum leader, Dr Martin Hirst. According to the AUT website; Dr Hirst joined the School of Communication Studies at AUT University in January 2007, after a 12 year teaching and research career in Australian journalism education. He has an extensive [...]

Rodney’s Christchurch Book Launch-Be There
August 21, 2007 – 10:58 am EST | No Comment
Rodney’s Christchurch Book Launch-Be There

All ACT supporters are invited to attend the Christchurch launch of Rodney Hide’s My Year of Living Dangerously at: FAT EDDIES Unit 10 , SOL Square 179 Tuam Street-entrance off Lichfield, on right just before Manchester St corner. Monday 27 August, 6.00 – 9:00 pm rsvp to Priscilla Tate: rodney@epsom.org.nz Come and hear NZ’s most [...]

Oh the Irony-Bassett’s Books Bankroll Bolshevism!
August 21, 2007 – 9:51 am EST | 2 Comments
Oh the Irony-Bassett’s Books Bankroll Bolshevism!

Auckland historian and commentator, Michael Bassett, is one of the “good guys” to come out of the left of the Labour Party. Like several of his Labour Cabinet colleagues, Bassett became a supporter of Finance Minister Roger Douglas’s economic policies and went on to become a firm advocate of freedom. Now in an ironic twist, [...]

Marxist Minto
August 21, 2007 – 9:25 am EST | 4 Comments
Marxist Minto

In the past I’ve accused Auckland activist and communis….columnist, John Minto of being slightly pink. Well here’s the proof (if any was needed), in his own words, that comrade Minto is actually a rampant, raving red! From the Socialist Worker Blog Earlier this year the Ministry of Defence in Britain produced a report looking ahead [...]

Apprenticeship Issues
August 21, 2007 – 7:47 am EST | One Comment
Apprenticeship Issues

Spome commenters on my previous post raised some important questions re NZ’s dying apprenticeship system. Anonymous said… As we live in a free market system if there was really a massive problem getting skilled employees the employer would just have to raise wages. A private training system could also easily open up or a private [...]

Apprenticeship System Buggered by Bureaucrats
August 20, 2007 – 10:52 am EST | 5 Comments
Apprenticeship System Buggered by Bureaucrats

This week I’ve been working alongside two apprentices. One is the the 5th year of his 3 year apprenticeship, the other is in her 7th. Our tiny apprenticeship system is in very bad shape. Over-bureaucratised and burdened with the loathsome, inefficient and useless “unit standards” system, employers are simply opting out. No matter how much [...]

How Socialist Extremists Took Over the New Zealand Labour Party Part 8
August 20, 2007 – 3:11 am EST | One Comment
How Socialist Extremists Took Over the New Zealand Labour Party Part 8

The Workers Communist League/ Maoists Maoist infiltration of the Labour Party began in earnest in the early ’70s. Student radicals, associated with the “Progressive Clubs” and “Socialist Societies” active on most campuses, worked with and eventually took over many university Labour Clubs. In 1972 Peter Franks, a Maoist student leader, later active in the Wellington [...]

Kill the Bill
August 20, 2007 – 2:59 am EST | No Comment
Kill the Bill

Some photoshop mischief from the inimitable Whaleoil

Workers Party Enters Christchurch Mayoral Race
August 20, 2007 – 1:25 am EST | One Comment
Workers Party Enters Christchurch Mayoral Race

My old mate Byron is standing for the Christchurch mayoralty. From Indymedia The Workers Party is standing retail worker and history student Byron Clark for mayor. “Christchurch is a working class city but the council and mayor don’t represent working class interests. When was the last time one of them was seen on a picket [...]