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Sue Bradford, Nice Lady, Shame About the Politics Part 1
March 7, 2006 – 12:55 am EST | 15 Comments
Sue Bradford, Nice Lady, Shame About the Politics Part 1

Green MP, Sue Bradford, is without doubt one of the party’s most effective parliamentarians. She is liked and respected by many in the house and was described by Deborah Coddington as one of the “nicest people in parliament“. Unfortunately, from my point of view, she is also one of the most destructive. This is the […]

FARC Vows to Defend Venezuela from US
March 5, 2006 – 11:56 pm EST | 3 Comments
FARC Vows to Defend Venezuela from US

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has declared its solidarity with Venezuela’s socialist President Hugo Chavez and vowed to help defend Venezuela against any invasion from their “common enemy”, the US. FARC leader Raul Reyes told the Colombian alternative news agency Anncol that if a US attack comes from the Colombian side of the […]

Heather Roy on Labour’s Health Shame
March 5, 2006 – 10:39 pm EST | 2 Comments
Heather Roy on Labour’s Health Shame

ACT MP, Heather Roy is effectively the “opposition” when it comes to Health. Here is her latest “Heather Roy’s Diary”, which succintly sums up the state of our Health services in Labour ruled NZ. Heather comments on figures showing a decrease in elective surgery in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. “The real figures for elective surgery […]

Life’s Victims
March 4, 2006 – 11:39 am EST | 7 Comments
Life’s Victims

I watched Canterbury thrash Auckland in the Super 14 tonight, on Sky TV. During the break I saw a new “Coke Zero” ad, in which a young guy “surfs” a bus through city streets, before being dumped into the sea. I wondered how many of life’s eternal victim’s would be franticly writing complaints to the […]

S.A.P. Number 7, Philip Ferguson
March 4, 2006 – 12:13 am EST | 15 Comments
S.A.P. Number 7, Philip Ferguson

My seventh Socialist Academic Profile, looks at Canterbury University tutor, Philip Ferguson. I just had to ‘do” Philip after I saw him in sole charge of the “Young Workers Party” stand at the recent Canterbury University Clubs Day. Philip Ferguson began his political career in the very early ’70s while still at high school in […]

Chavez Rep on UN Security Council?
March 3, 2006 – 10:55 pm EST | 2 Comments
Chavez Rep on UN Security Council?

From Green Left Weekly 1st March 2006. Venezuela’s Marxist President, Hugo Chavez is soon to meet new Chilean Socialist president, Michelle Bachelet. According to a report in the February 21 La Tercera, one of the themes of a proposed meeting between Chavez and incoming president Bachelet at the time of her inauguration in March, will […]

Li Ka-shing, Beijing and Canadian Energy
March 2, 2006 – 10:16 pm EST | No Comment
Li Ka-shing, Beijing and Canadian Energy

An interesting article from the Globe-Mail of November 2004 showing Li Ka-shing’s collaboration with the Chinese government in the purchase and exploitation of Western strategic assets. Husky Shares Surge to New High Fuelled by Report China’s Government in talks to Buy Calgary Giant by Patrick Brethour, Jacquie McNish, Nov 27, 2004 CALGARY, TORONTO — Husky […]

Kim Bryant on Chinese/ Lyttelton Deal
March 2, 2006 – 9:34 pm EST | 2 Comments
Kim Bryant on Chinese/ Lyttelton Deal

This letter from Kim Bryant was given the banner headline in this morning’s Christchurch Press. Dear Sir, Mayor Garry Moore may like to reconsider his dismissal of concerns about Li Ka-shing and Hutchison P. H. having links to the Chinese Army as “conspiracy theories” after considering the following. 1. Li Ka-shing is a director of […]

Garry Moore’s Reply
March 2, 2006 – 7:12 am EST | No Comment
Garry Moore’s Reply

Here’s Christchurch Mayor, Garry Moore’s reply to my email on the proposed partial sale of Lyttelton Port Company to Hutchison port Holdings. Dear Trevor Thank you for the references. Firstly, it should be made clear that there is no proposal “to sell the Lyttelton Port Company to a subsidiary of Hutchison-Whampoa” – or to anyone […]

Canterbury Uni Clubs Day.
March 2, 2006 – 6:54 am EST | 10 Comments
Canterbury Uni Clubs Day.

Called in to Clubs Day at Canterbury Uni today. ACT on Campus had their stand right next to the Young Nats. Both were doing a good trade. AOC Canterbury president Andrew Falloon and helpers, had signed up more than thirty members by the time I’d left, which was even better than last year. The Nats […]

Marxist-Leninists Launch New Paper
February 28, 2006 – 7:27 pm EST | 7 Comments
Marxist-Leninists Launch New Paper

Just what NZ needs, a new Marxist paper. The Workers Charter Movement has just launched their new paper, “Workers Charter”. Clearly modelled on the Australian Marxist-Leninist paper, Green Left Weekly, the new paper hopes to help build a new socialist movement in this country. The Workers Charter Movement is a front for the Socialist Workers […]

Councillors Queried on Chinese/Port Deal
February 28, 2006 – 6:45 am EST | 7 Comments
Councillors Queried on Chinese/Port Deal

Below is a copy of an email I have sent to every Cristchurch City councillor and Mayor, Garry Moore. Dear Councillor ………. Regarding the proposal to sell the Lyttelton Port Company to a subsidiary of Hutchison-Whampoa. On page two of this morning’s Press, Mayor, Garry Moore, dismissed accusations that Hutchison-Whampoa had ties to the Chinese […]

Benson-Pope, Has He Hope?
February 28, 2006 – 3:30 am EST | 4 Comments
Benson-Pope, Has He Hope?

Incredibly, the Labour PC crowd are still attempting to defend their terminally damaged colleague, David Benson-Pope. David Farrar at KiwiBlog has a very good run down on today’s events in Parliament regarding the latest allegations around the beleaguered Minister. Meanwhile the very brilliant GenerationXY has been promoting a new movie on the subject.

Questions Asked on Hutchison-Whampoa Deal
February 27, 2006 – 7:47 am EST | No Comment
Questions Asked on Hutchison-Whampoa Deal

Christchurch mayor, Garry Moore, was on Newstalk ZB today. When questioned by Mike Yardley, on the proposed , to a subsidiary of Hutchison-Whampoa, a company with ties to the Chinese Army, Moore was less than forthcoming. He referred questions on Hutchison-Whampoa’s links to the PLA to the CEO of Christchurch City Holdings Ltd, Bob Lineham. […]

Helen Clark’s Other (Soon to be Gotten Rid Of) VERY BIG Problem
February 27, 2006 – 7:24 am EST | 11 Comments
Helen Clark’s Other (Soon to be Gotten Rid Of) VERY BIG Problem

A male teacher physically and inventively punishing badly behaving teenage boys, is not a huge deal to many people. A male teacher walking in on 14 year old girls in the shower room is. Helen Clark will sack David Benson-Pope from Cabinet, unless he resigns first. Was Rodney Hide right to raise questions about Benson-Pope’s […]

Helen Clark’s VERY BIG Problem
February 27, 2006 – 4:11 am EST | 3 Comments
Helen Clark’s VERY BIG Problem

From Richard Prebble’s “The Letter” There is now a website quoting Labour’s own website “Labour is issuing a pledge card again this election…” If the Police read that, it blows away the claim that it was not an election expense. Clark’s next problem, a select committee decides to hold a hearing and summons her to […]

Morales in China
February 26, 2006 – 3:51 am EST | No Comment
Morales in China

After Cuba, Bolivia’s new Socialist President, Evo Morales, made a visit to China in early January as part of a “grand tour” drumming up support for his new regime. According to Prensa Latina, Morales met Chinese President, Hu Jintao in Beijing on January the 9th. President-elect of Bolivia Evo Morales expressed Monday satisfaction in China, […]

New Blog on the Roll
February 25, 2006 – 9:34 pm EST | 5 Comments
New Blog on the Roll

Rick Giles is watching over us from Melbourne with his new Blog NZB3 Rick is hardcore. No nambypamby trendy pinko stuff here.

Please Cry for Me, Venezuela
February 25, 2006 – 6:20 am EST | 3 Comments
Please Cry for Me, Venezuela

While Morales and Chavez swan about the globe visiting communist and Islamic “dignitaries” things ain’t so hot for the poor people back home. The Christian Science Monitor carried this piece on what life is like for the poor in Venezuela after nearly eight years of Chavez style socialism. Hat Tip Clint Heine

Bolivia’s Morales-First Stop Cuba
February 24, 2006 – 9:32 pm EST | 3 Comments
Bolivia’s Morales-First Stop Cuba

Bolivia’s new Socialist President, Evo Morales has lost no time in visiting sympathetic foreign leaders. His first stop naturally was Cuba. From the US Communist Publication “Workers World”. “The New Year began with a development of the greatest importance for Latin America and for the class struggle: a visit by Evo Morales to revolutionary Cuba. […]

Just Like the Good Old Days?
February 24, 2006 – 8:57 pm EST | 2 Comments
Just Like the Good Old Days?

According to Jane’s Intelligence Digest of 10.2.06, “Russia’s FSB (the re-named KGB) “is preparing to launch a targeted crackdown against key critics of the Russian authorities in the aftermath of the recent British ‘spying’ scandal.” Jane’s correspondent warns that there may be show trials ahead. The FSB has also been pro-active in the wake of […]

Republican Road to Ruin?
February 24, 2006 – 8:53 pm EST | 2 Comments
Republican Road to Ruin?

From Maxim Institute’s “Real Issues” “The significant rise in public spending by the United States government seems to suggest that the party supposedly in favour of limited government, the Republican Party, now believes that big government is good government; as long as they are the ones governing. Federal spending is up eight percent since 2005, […]

Towards a New Communist International?
February 24, 2006 – 3:30 am EST | One Comment
Towards a New Communist International?

Excerpts from an article in the Communist Party of Australia’s The Guardian 14 December, 2005 Communists move towards closer international co-operation Rob Gowland There is an increasing trend within the international Communist movement towards co- operation and cohesion. That was my conclusion following my attendance at this year’s International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties […]

Melbourne Expat Comments on Chinese Port Deal
February 24, 2006 – 3:10 am EST | 5 Comments
Melbourne Expat Comments on Chinese Port Deal

Just got this from Rick Giles in Melbourne “Christchurch City Council want to get down with this puppet of Chinese Totalitarianism (what business in China isn’t a puppet?) to take over the Lyttelton Port Company. No objections on grounds of free trade but Hutchison Whampoa is more than just a trader so it raises the […]

Socialist Attitudes Strangling Rugby League
February 23, 2006 – 4:55 am EST | 9 Comments
Socialist Attitudes Strangling Rugby League

I’m gutted! My beloved NZ Warriors Rugby League team, faces being docked up to six competition points before the new NRL season begins after the NRL’s latest salary cap scandal was uncovered on Tuesday. This is an ongoing problem for the NRL. The Bulldogs were stripped of the minor premiership and fined over $NZ500,000 in […]

National Security Comes Before Free Trade
February 22, 2006 – 7:29 pm EST | 7 Comments
National Security Comes Before Free Trade

The state has one legitimate role and no other. That is the protection of its citizens from force or fraud by internal or external criminal elements. If the state fulfils this role efficiently, the citizenry will be secure and able to trade their way to prosperity. The state has no right to interfere with this […]

Li Ka-shing and the Chinese President
February 21, 2006 – 6:49 pm EST | 2 Comments
Li Ka-shing and the Chinese President

From the Chinese Communist Party’s “People’s Daily Online” 19/05/1999 President Jiang Zemin Meets Li Ka-shing President Jiang Zemin met in Beijing on May 18 with Li Ka-shing, chairman of the Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd in Hong Kong. President Jiang spoke highly of Li Ka-shing’s support of economic construction, education, and charity in inland areas. Jiang […]

Security Implications of Port Sale Questioned
February 21, 2006 – 6:44 pm EST | 3 Comments
Security Implications of Port Sale Questioned

From Parliament yesterday Overseas Investment Commission—Strategic Infrastructure 11. PETER BROWN (Deputy Leader—NZ First) to the Minister of Finance: Is he satisfied that the Overseas Investment Commission considers and protects New Zealand’s national interest when deciding on the fate of sales of strategic infrastructure, such as the port of Lyttelton? Hon TREVOR MALLARD (Minister for Economic […]

What is Hutchison Whampoa?
February 21, 2006 – 7:02 am EST | 2 Comments
What is Hutchison Whampoa?

According to Hutchison-Whampoa’s web site: “The World of Hutchison Port Holdings covers a broad spectrum of port operations and related service companies spanning the entire globe. With operations and services ranging from container ports, mid-stream operations and river trade to cruise terminals, warehousing, haulage and e-commerce companies, HPH has become a key provider of comprehensive […]

Christchurch City Council and Hutchison Whampoa
February 21, 2006 – 6:43 am EST | 5 Comments
Christchurch City Council and Hutchison Whampoa

The Christchurch City Council is attempting to take over the Lyttelton Port Company so that it can then enter into a joint venture with Hong Kong based, Hutchison Port Holdings. According to the Christchurch Press 13.2.06 “the Christchurch City Council has launched a takeover bid for Lyttelton Port as the first step in a complex […]