New Zeal Goes Semi Mainstream

I bought my copy of Ian Wishart’s “Investigate” magazine today, to check out the article alleging police corruption in Christchurch and Dunedin.

A second article caught my eye-The Rise of the Neo-Coms”. Reading through it, I discovered it focused on Marxist support for Islamic radicalism in NZ.

Even better, it quoted yours truly on Socialist Worker’s links to local Islamic groups and from my post on the Marxist-Leninist background of race relations conciliator Joris de Bres.

Made my day.

I occasionally hear that material from “New Zeal” has been quoted by Leighton Smith.

We don’t get Leighton in Christchurch, so if anyone hears “New Zeal” being quoted on his or other shows, please let me know by email or with a comment on my blog.

Cheers

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11 thoughts on “New Zeal Goes Semi Mainstream

  1. Well Trev, until you started blogging, I thought John Minto was only ever driven by a concern for equal rights, and that animal rights activists cared for those chickens and nothing more, or that RAM are a collective solely concerned about racism and religious intolerance.

    Thanks for giving us the true de-sanitized truth about these awful pinkos!

    S.A.T.N – (formerly known as Spirit Of 76)

  2. Off Topic but…

    Free students blog has created a library of Liberal/Libertarian videos of various lengths on various issues.These are great viewing and well worth telling other people about.Check it out and post the link to others.Also if you find a clip you think would be a good addition let them know…

    http://www.tvliberty.blogspot.com/

  3. Leighton Hatin’ ?

    That egg’s an overpaid, egocentric fart.

    With all sorts of pretensions to high intelligence. Can’t be true, he’s one of Bonsai Howard’s crew.

    And that blink….. Jesus, spare me that mock self effacing blink through the jam jars !

    Reminds me of a slightly more statuesque Ronnie Corbett, or is it the other one ?

  4. You’re welcome SATN.

    Thanks Redbaiter, unfortunately about the only time I can listen to the radio is while driving.

    Steve-do ever have a nice word to say about anyone?

  5. Only the good people Trev. Always say good stuff about the good people – Mah, ROA, Exo, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, me, Pres’ Shrub….few others. Definitely Joe Karam. Joe Da Man !

  6. I read the exra information that Ian Wishart had put in the list and assumed he had turned to you for advice. Your fanatical concern for the rather pathetic lefties in New Zealand makes you the expert on the subject.

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