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Highway Robbery by Police
January 11, 2006 – 12:26 am EST | 2 Comments
Highway Robbery by Police

From today’s Herald. “The 10 busiest speed camera sites in the country churned out almost 60,000 fines in the past financial year, but police say the number is falling as motorists heed the call to slow down. National Party law and order spokesman Simon Power is calling for police to assure drivers speed cameras are […]

Russian Mafia Moving into Australasia
January 10, 2006 – 10:59 pm EST | 5 Comments
Russian Mafia Moving into Australasia

From yesterday’s Herald “NZ police are working with Australian authorities, the FBI, and Interpol to root out Russian gangsters — including former KGB agents — which have infiltrated Australasia, Australian Federal Police say. Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph reports the Russian gangsters have been establishing extortion, gun-running and prostitution rackets, and are also involved in fraud, drugs […]

Maharey Makes Two Good Points
January 9, 2006 – 10:49 pm EST | One Comment
Maharey Makes Two Good Points

Stole this off GenerationXY, one of the funniest blogs around. Sorry, couldn’t resist.

John Minto, New Communi.. Columnist for "Press"
January 9, 2006 – 3:47 am EST | 23 Comments
John Minto, New Communi.. Columnist for "Press"

My local paper, the Christchurch Press, has a new columnist. Unfortunately it’s arch socialist shit-stirrer, John Bernard Minto. Given that the Press seems to think his opinions are worthy of dissemination, it would be remiss of me, not to profile him. John Minto’s first real activism was in the mid ’70s with the National Anti […]

MMP-More Marxists in Parliament? Part 1
January 9, 2006 – 2:27 am EST | 7 Comments
MMP-More Marxists in Parliament? Part 1

The last election saw calls to abandon our Mixed Member Parliament form of proportional representation. Public dissatisfaction with MMP is growing with each parliament in which minor parties clearly have influence far beyond their size. Where did the drive for MMP come from, when so few now admit to having voted for it?Why, in 1993, […]

Who’s the Drier of the Two?
January 8, 2006 – 8:07 am EST | 3 Comments
Who’s the Drier of the Two?

From Rodney Hide’s blog. A holiday snap from Greymouth. “Who Says National and ACT Can’t Work Together?”

My Kind of Democrat, My Kind of State
January 8, 2006 – 7:37 am EST | 2 Comments
My Kind of Democrat, My Kind of State

From the Western Democrat Montana’s governor is pushing Republican Senator, Conrad Burns to oppose renewing the Patriot Act, saying the measure intended to help in the war on terror goes against what the vast majority of Montanans believe. “Montana values are not neighbors spying on neighbors,” Schweitzer, a Democrat, said Wednesday. Burns, however, said he […]

My Kind of Gun Control
January 8, 2006 – 7:27 am EST | One Comment
My Kind of Gun Control

Governor Schweitzer on gun control “I guess I kind of believe in gun control. You control your gun and I’ll control mine.”

Where to Now for ACT?
January 6, 2006 – 10:34 pm EST | 12 Comments
Where to Now for ACT?

If ever ACT has an opportunity to make changes, it is now. Not only does the party have a relatively new leader and a caucus of only two, but the party’s administrative hierarchy looks set for a major “changing of the guard.” After five years at the helm, president, Catherine Judd, is stepping down. Vice […]

Treasury’s New Coin Designs
January 6, 2006 – 10:23 pm EST | 4 Comments
Treasury’s New Coin Designs

Maksimovich over at Outsidethecube has a sneak preview of some of the new coins to be issued by Treasury in 2006. Check them out.

S.A.P. Number 2, David Small
January 6, 2006 – 12:05 am EST | 7 Comments
S.A.P. Number 2, David Small

My second Socialist Academic Profile is of David Small, a senior lecturer in Education at Canterbury University. Small is Chair, both of the Board of Studies for Interdisciplinary Programmes and Courses and the Board of Studies in Education. He is also co-president of the Canterbury Branch of the Association of University Staff. Small holds degrees […]

Save Lives, Get the Cops off our Roads!
January 5, 2006 – 11:51 pm EST | 3 Comments
Save Lives, Get the Cops off our Roads!

The Whig has done an excellent analysis of the MOT report on fatal road crashes for 2003 “The next thing you find out from the report, if you are clever and do the maths, is that of the 461 people killed in 2003, 65 were as a result of speeding with no alcohol involved. Yes, […]

NZers Involved in International Maoist Organisation
January 5, 2006 – 3:20 am EST | 3 Comments
NZers Involved in International Maoist Organisation

At least five NZ connected activists are directly involved in an international Maoist umbrella group, the International League for People’s Struggles. The ILPS was founded on the 27th of May 2001 in Zutphen, The Netherlands Below is a statement from the opening congress by Jose Maria Sison, leader of the Communist Party of the Philippines. […]

Eighteen Concerns of the International League for People’s Struggle
January 5, 2006 – 3:20 am EST | 11 Comments
Eighteen Concerns of the International League for People’s Struggle

EIGHTEEN CONCERNS OF THE ILPS 1. The cause of national liberation, democracy and social liberation against imperialism and all reaction; 2. Socio-economic development for oppressed and exploited countries and nations and social equity for all working people; 3. Human rights in the civil, political, economic, social and cultural fields against state violence, national oppression, class […]

I’m Not Proposing Marriage Here!
January 4, 2006 – 8:06 am EST | 7 Comments
I’m Not Proposing Marriage Here!

Funny how some incidents always stay with you. I’m a believer in libertarians, classic liberals and enlightened conservatives working together to advance the cause of freedom and defeat our common socialist enemy. Years ago I heard a talk by US conservative, Allan Stang, on getting groups to co-operate. He gave this example of how to […]

Partial Solution to Abortion Dilemma
January 4, 2006 – 1:16 am EST | 10 Comments
Partial Solution to Abortion Dilemma

It amazes me that anyone is surprised by a study by the Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences, claiming that women who have had abortions have higher risk of mental problems in later years. The long term study of 500 women, claims that women who have had abortions have significantly higher rates of depression, […]

Boycott Bolshevik "Body Shop"
January 4, 2006 – 12:42 am EST | 9 Comments
Boycott Bolshevik "Body Shop"

According to NZPA, “Body Shop” is getting in behind behind Green MP Sue Bradford’s campaign to remove the legal defence of “reasonable force” for parents punishing their children. “Ms Bradford has a member’s bill in Parliament to repeal the law involved – section 59 of the Crimes Act, on which public submissions have been called. […]

Maoists Winning in Nepal?
January 4, 2006 – 12:07 am EST | 2 Comments
Maoists Winning in Nepal?

After the NZ Human Rights Commission, one of modern Maoism’s biggest strongholds is the kingdom of Nepal. Since 1996, the Communist party of Nepal (Maoist) have been fighting a protracted guerilla war against government forces. Without outside intervention, there is a good chance the Maoists will seize power. As Nepal is a buffer state between […]

A Moscow Shithouse and the "Workers Friend"
January 3, 2006 – 2:42 am EST | 5 Comments
A Moscow Shithouse and the "Workers Friend"

Over the years I’ve interviewed, or corresponded with several former members of the Communist Party, Socialist Unity Party and the Socialist Action League. (Always keen to do more by the way, just email me. Workers Communist League, Radical Society etc also welcome). I’ve picked up some interesting anecdotes. Here’s one from the mid ’80s. A […]

No Sects Please, We’re Libertarians
January 2, 2006 – 9:16 pm EST | 8 Comments
No Sects Please, We’re Libertarians

A recent comment posted on David Farrar’s Kiwiblog on “yours truly”. “Loudon is a rather strange character at times. Sometimes reasonable sometimes rabid. He says he’ll work with anyone moving in a more liberal direction then links to the Locke (the three of us are a) Foundation which contradicts that. He links selectively. Certainly on […]

Great News! Support for United Nations is Waning
January 2, 2006 – 1:39 am EST | 2 Comments
Great News! Support for United Nations is Waning

The latest four yearly poll conducted jointly by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Pew Research Centre, has found American public support for the United Nations has dropped dramatically. “Public views of the UN have become much more negative over the last four years. Only about half (48%) now express a positive opinion of […]

"Terminator" Takes a Risk
January 2, 2006 – 12:40 am EST | 2 Comments
"Terminator" Takes a Risk

California Governor, Arnold Scwharzenegger has risked losing conservative Republican support by appointing a leading Democrat activist as his chief of staff. The woman in question is 45 year old Susan Kennedy. Kennedy was once director of the California Abortion Rights Action League. She was later communications director for leftist California Democratic Senator, Diane Feinstein. Kennedy […]

What is "Political Correctness"?
January 1, 2006 – 9:46 pm EST | 4 Comments
What is "Political Correctness"?

I listened to a “debate” on Radio NZ this morning on “political correctness”. It was a typical, “balanced”, RNZ debate. Gay Keating of the Public Health Association and Paul Morris of Victoria University defending PC and Christchurch City Councillor, Barry Corbett, “against” it. Corbett was so light weight, he made Calista Flockhart look like a […]

Rona Bailey, "High Priestess" of New Zealand Communism Part 3 (Final)
December 31, 2005 – 10:07 pm EST | 3 Comments
Rona Bailey, "High Priestess" of New Zealand Communism Part 3 (Final)

1981 was the Workers Communist League’s “finest hour”. The new organisation threw itself headlong into the campaign to prevent, halt or disrupt the tour by South African rugby team, the Springboks. The WCL and its allies were already the dominant force in Anti Apartheid umbrella group, HART. They also played important roles in local anti […]

Communist "Folkies" Bollocked Bob Dylan
December 30, 2005 – 9:59 pm EST | 5 Comments
Communist "Folkies" Bollocked Bob Dylan

Heard on Kim Hill this morning, a story about a communist conspiracy with a difference. Apparently when Bob Dylan toured the UK in 1966, he was heckled, booed and attempts were made to disrupt his shows all over the country. It seems the British Communist Party ran a large number of folk music clubs. Workers […]

Rodney on the Treaty of Waitangi
December 30, 2005 – 3:06 am EST | 3 Comments
Rodney on the Treaty of Waitangi

Rodney Hide has three great posts on the principles of the “Treaty of Waitangi”. He simplifies beautifully was has become a very confused and contentious subject. Check it out here

S.A.P. Number 1, John Freeman-Moir
December 30, 2005 – 2:22 am EST | 10 Comments
S.A.P. Number 1, John Freeman-Moir

My first Socialist Academic Profile is John Freeman-Moir, Dean of Undergraduate Studies in the University of Canterbury, Education Department. John Freeman-Moir has an MA from Canterbury and further education from Harvard. As far back as 1977, Freeman-Moir was a member of the Canterbury branch of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. From 1985 to 1989 he […]

Socialist Academic Profiles
December 29, 2005 – 10:22 pm EST | 7 Comments
Socialist Academic Profiles

The two main socialist nurseries in this country are the trade unions and the universties/teacher training colleges. Academic socialists, from the pale pink to the rabid red, are in a great position to influence, even indoctrinate, students with their ideas. These academics live off the taxpayer, are often protected by tenure and are virtually impossible […]

Rona Bailey, "High Priestess" of New Zealand Communism Part 2
December 29, 2005 – 7:40 am EST | 6 Comments
Rona Bailey, "High Priestess" of New Zealand Communism Part 2

In 1963 the NZ Communist Party allied with China, while in 1966 a group of pro-Soviet communists, set up the rival Socialist Unity Party. Rona Bailey stuck with the pro-Chinese faction, but did take out a subscription to the SUP’s “Tribune” newspaper in 1966. Bailey hosted Chinese propagandist and paedophile, Rewi Alley in her Wellington […]

Marxist MP Backs Sex Offender’s "Right" to Privacy
December 29, 2005 – 12:45 am EST | 8 Comments
Marxist MP Backs Sex Offender’s "Right" to Privacy

Marxist MP, Keith Locke has come out strongly against National MP Simon Power’s call for communities to be warned when sex offenders are paroled in their area. According to this morning’s Christchurch Press, Comrade Locke claimed that making the addresses of offenders public would open the way for more “disgraceful vigilante action” of the type […]