September 20, 2018 – 6:51 pm EST | 2 Comments

This week Trevor Loudon exposes U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey, D-Fort Worth, who was elected in 2012 to represent Texas’ new 33rd Congressional District. Rep. Marc Veasey is a member of the House Armed Services Committee, which has legislative oversight of America’s military. As you will see in the video, Congressman Veasey is working hard to bring illegal aliens into […]

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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 […]

The Catholics are Doing it Right!
February 21, 2006 – 2:52 am EST | 5 Comments
The Catholics are Doing it Right!

Catholic groups are up in arms about C4’s plans to air an episode of the cartoon show “Southpark”, which will depict a menstruating statue of the Virgin Mary. Family Life International has gone so far as to set up a website to co-ordinate efforts to boycott advertisers on C4 and TV3. You know what? I […]

Stop Press-Loudon Agrees With Keith Locke!
February 20, 2006 – 3:14 am EST | 15 Comments
Stop Press-Loudon Agrees With Keith Locke!

Marxist Green MP and his socialist sister, Maire Leadbetter (centre) at today’s anti Guantanamo Bay protest in Auckland. This is one of the very few issues that yours truly would agree with Keith Locke on. The US incarceration of suspected Al Qaida supporters at the US Naval base at Guantanamo is a complete disgrace. The […]

Prebble on Clark’s Election Over-spending Problems
February 20, 2006 – 3:03 am EST | 4 Comments
Prebble on Clark’s Election Over-spending Problems

Richard Prebble in today’s “The Letter” sums up the seriousness and implications of Labour’s electoral over-spending scandal. Labour’s electoral over spending is now being investigated by the Police. The penalty is just a fine. Last week the issue got much more serious. The Speaker advised the Parliamentary Commission that she had referred complaints made during […]

Mike Ward, the Perfect Green Party Co-Leader?
February 20, 2006 – 3:02 am EST | 2 Comments
Mike Ward, the Perfect Green Party Co-Leader?

Russel Norman has some competition for the Green party co-leadership. Former Green MP and number 8 on the party’s 2005 list, Mike Ward, has announced that he will contest both the Green co-leadership and the Nelson mayoralty at the next local body election. Richard Prebble’s “The Letter” of 15.8.05 had this to say about Mike […]

Maia on Russel and I
February 19, 2006 – 3:58 am EST | 3 Comments
Maia on Russel and I

Maia over at Capitalism Bad-Tree Pretty has gone a bit dark on me. However she’s completely spewing about Green Party poster boy, Russel Norman. She doesn’t like what I do, but reads me anyway, then she criticises Russel for “engaging” with me. That doesn’t mean Russel and I have hopes of a “civil union”, it […]

Embarrassed to be a Cantabrian?
February 18, 2006 – 3:36 am EST | 6 Comments
Embarrassed to be a Cantabrian?

If anything could make me embarrassed to be a Cantabrian, it would be this. Lindsay Mitchell reports that “Canterbury Health Board wants staff to boycott Christchurch’s city-to-surf run, because of the events sponsor – Powerade. The health board is ‘putting its foot down.’ The idea that sugary drinks are appropriate is not the message we […]

The Anti-Capitalist Alliance is Dead, Long Live the Workers Party!
February 17, 2006 – 3:57 am EST | 5 Comments
The Anti-Capitalist Alliance is Dead, Long Live the Workers Party!

In a momentous decision, the Anti-Capitalist Alliance has re-named itself as the “Workers Party”. The Anti-Capitalist Alliance was formed in 2002 and has functioned as a wider support group for the Revolutionary Workers League. The RWL is headed by Auckland union health centre Nurse and long time Maoist, Daphna Whitmore and Christchurch academic and long […]

Maxim on Repeal of "Section 59"
February 17, 2006 – 3:10 am EST | One Comment
Maxim on Repeal of "Section 59"

The Maxim Institute are leading the charge against Green MP, Sue Bradford’s, “anti-smacking” legislation. This is from there latest “real Issues” email newsletter. Many readers will be aware that the Crimes (Abolition of Force as a Justification for Child Discipline) Amendment Bill passed its first reading last year and will soon be considered by Select […]

Yet Another Student Association Scam?
February 17, 2006 – 2:55 am EST | 2 Comments
Yet Another Student Association Scam?

From yesterday’s NZ Herald Otago police are investigating the accounting practices of the University of Otago’s Maori students association. The matter was brought to police attention by members of the Otago University Students Association (OUSA). “We are looking at the issue of discrepancies in regard to the accounting practices of the Te Roopu Maori group,” […]

Chavez and Ahmadinejad, a Very Unholy Alliance
February 16, 2006 – 3:32 am EST | 6 Comments
Chavez and Ahmadinejad, a Very Unholy Alliance

According to Green Left Weekly, February 8th, 2006, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, in a series of fiery speeches on the closing day of the World Social Forum in Caracas, warned the US government that a US attack on Iran would be “10 times worse than Iraq”. While I am certainly no advocate of an attack […]

Castro Invites Ahmadinejad Over for a Chat
February 15, 2006 – 1:59 am EST | 2 Comments
Castro Invites Ahmadinejad Over for a Chat

A factor, much under-reported in the Western media, is the deep and growing link between radical Islam and revolutionary socialism. Apart from “blips” like Afghanistan and Chechniya, the socialists have infiltrated, financed, trained and collaborated with Arab and Muslim extremists from early Soviet times. In NZ, our own Wellington Palestine Group, was, in the ’80s, […]

El Salvadoran Communist Leader Dies
February 15, 2006 – 1:54 am EST | 2 Comments
El Salvadoran Communist Leader Dies

Green Left Weekly, of February 8, 2006, carried an interesting obituary on Schafik Handal. This look at one of Latin America’s most influential revolutionary leaders, further illustrates the ties between revolutionary leaders on the USA’s doorstep. It also shows that revolutionary socialism is far more of a living movement than most of us the West […]

The First 50 Things the "Watermelons" Want to Ban
February 15, 2006 – 1:07 am EST | One Comment
The First 50 Things the "Watermelons" Want to Ban

Peter Cresswell of Not PC has a list of 50 things the Green Party wants to ban. Green on the outside, red in the middle, the “watermelons”, like all socialists. don’t trust people to run their own lives. Imagine how much the list would grow, if these loons (Gaia forbid) ever get any real power?

Message to Helengrad
February 14, 2006 – 7:32 pm EST | 2 Comments
Message to Helengrad

Well done Andrew Falloon

Who Was Jim Mixing With in Melbourne?
February 13, 2006 – 3:38 am EST | One Comment
Who Was Jim Mixing With in Melbourne?

When Jim Anderton attended the Socialist Scholars Conference, held at Melbourne University High on July 18-21, 1991, he mixed with some highly influential activists.Themed on “Ecology, Socialism and Human Survival” the conference attracted around 800 activists and academics from Australia and abroad. According to Green Left Weekly No 21, 1991 “More than 100 people presented […]

Jim Anderton and the Aussie Marxist-Leninists
February 13, 2006 – 2:30 am EST | 6 Comments
Jim Anderton and the Aussie Marxist-Leninists

Green Party leaders and radical unionists are not the only NZers with a past pattern of links to Ausralian Marxist-Leninists. Progessive Party leader, Bio Security and Associate Health Minister, Jim Anderton was also involved with the Democratic Socialist Party and other Marxist-Leninists in the early ’90s. According to “Direct Action” (newspaper of the DSP, before […]

Choudhary Wants "Hate Speech" Enforcer
February 12, 2006 – 4:04 am EST | 5 Comments
Choudhary Wants "Hate Speech" Enforcer

Today’s Herald on Sunday quotes Labour MP Ashraf Choudhary calling for “an agency capable of punishing the media for attacks on minorities”. Mr Choudhary also said “when freedom of speech becomes a tool to attack others and their beliefs and people feel discouraged, under attack, demeaned—then something has to be done. It’s no licence to […]

15,000 Hits
February 12, 2006 – 3:51 am EST | One Comment
15,000 Hits

Just ticked over 15,000 hits. My “Pinkometer” tells me that 7,041 were from socialists.

Heather Roy on ‘Those’ Cartoons
February 11, 2006 – 4:14 am EST | 6 Comments
Heather Roy on ‘Those’ Cartoons

ACT MP Heather Roy has an interesting piece in her latest “Heather Roy’s Diary” on how the Muhammed cartoon furore was sparked and some local reactions. In September last year Denmark’s biggest-selling daily newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, printed twelve cartoons of the prophet Muhammed in various poses. The newspaper’s stated issue was self censorship; a Danish author […]

Russel Reminder 2, Jeanette Fitzsimons
February 10, 2006 – 4:08 am EST | 2 Comments
Russel Reminder 2, Jeanette Fitzsimons

Russel Norman, probable future Green party co-leader was once a member of Australian Marxist-Leninist organisation, the Democratic Socialist Party. When I pointed out that other senior Greens had past links with the DSP, Norman claimed not to be aware of it. His own Party leader Jeanette Fizsimons attended a DSP organised “Green Left” conference in […]

Russel Reminder 1, Keith Locke and the DSP
February 9, 2006 – 2:35 am EST | 2 Comments
Russel Reminder 1, Keith Locke and the DSP

Several Green Party figures have dealings, with the Austalian, Marxist-Leninist group, the Democratic Socialist Party (or “Perspective” as it is now known). The Green Party’s probable future co-leader, Russel Norman, was a member of the DSP, in Brisbane, at least until 1991. He contributed several articles to the DSP’s newspaper, Green Left Weekly, from 1994 […]

I’m Still Waiting, My Amphibian Friends
February 8, 2006 – 1:41 am EST | 6 Comments
I’m Still Waiting, My Amphibian Friends

Still waiting for that retraction FrogBlog. Still waiting for answers to my questions, Russell.

Matt McCarten and the Marxist-Leninists
February 7, 2006 – 3:06 am EST | 2 Comments
Matt McCarten and the Marxist-Leninists

As promised, I will begin a series of posts on links between two key Green Party MPs, Keith Locke and Jeanette Fitzsimons and the Australian Marxist-Leninist organisation, the Democratic Socialist Party. Probable future Green Party co leader, Russel Norman was once in the DSP and wrote several articles for its paper, Green Left Weekly from […]

Trevor Loudon Replies to Russel Norman
February 6, 2006 – 2:31 am EST | 29 Comments
Trevor Loudon Replies to Russel Norman

While Russel Norman has yet to satisfactorily reply to my questions to him, there has been interest expressed on this and other Blogs, in my answers to questions posed by Russel to me. To remove any impediment to Russel clarifying the answers to my questions, I will now answer his questions to me. I hope […]