It’s been a great week for causes dear to my heart.
Barack Obama’s campaign for the US presidency has suffered a severe setback over his ties to radical preacher Jeremiah Wright. This issue was bubbling away on the internet for months before the MSM took hold of it.
Will the MSM eventually get around to exposing Obama’s numerous links? Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy In Media has written another expose of Obama’s socialist links, quoting yours truly.
The Butchers of Beijing have been exposed yet again for the savages they are, over Thibet. I hope this will damage the PRC’s Olympic Games propaganda fest and the pending disgraceful New Zealand/China Free Trade Agreement.
We condemn those who supported Nazi Germany in the 1930s when Hitler’s worst crimes were yet to occur. How will the future judge those who conveniently overlooked Beijing’s barbarism when it was plain for all to see?
Investigate magazine published an article by Bernard Moran and myself this week, exposing some of the Soviet machinations behind Labour’s anti-nuclear policies.
There is more to come on this story. The myth that New Zealand’s anti nuke policies were an indigenous response to the arms race is destined for the dustbin of history.
Stephen Franks won the National Party nomination for Wellington Central. It will be great to see him back in Parliament. I’d have preferred that it was with ACT, but the most important thing is that he is back fighting for classic liberal principles.
ACT is back on a roll. A great conference last weekend set the stage for Roger Douglas’s return to Parliament and Cabinet. The party is re-energised and membership is already growing.
Education and Health reform are back on the agenda and the “privatisation” word makes a a long overdue return.
Rodney and Heather are on top form and looking forward to leading a much bigger ACT team after the next election.
Things are truly rockin’ for the freedom cause.
Unfortunately, I’m signing off again for a little while to concentrate on other projects. Can’t give exact times, but it will be at least a week-could be more.
The blogosphere will play a big role this election year and I want to participate in the action.
All the best to my readers.