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    This Government Is Bringing Kindness Back

    The government has allocated $1.9 billion towards improving mental health services, and Jacinda has freely acknowledged that she wants to see the current rates of suicide reduce significantly. Well, somebody should have had a quiet word with Damien O'Connor, Minister for Primary Industries,...

    Face of the Day

    Today's face of the day is wetter than an otter's pocket. Clearly Bridges hasn’t listened to a word Scott Morrison said. He has made James 'wreck the economy' Shaw a very happy man. National will support...

    The Globalist War on Farming

    One of my farming friends used to say, “Never criticise farming while you’ve got a full belly”. While a bit long on self-righteousness (the same farmer also freely acknowledges that many farmers are prone to whinging and demanding handouts), there is a rock-solid foundation of truth:...

    Is China Going BROKE & Taking the World With It?

    China's economy is facing unprecedented challenges with the lowest reported GDP in 27 years. And it's having global repercussions. Is this the result of US President Donald Trump's US-China Trade War? And is this the start of a global recession? Economist and China expert Christopher Balding...

    Rental Housing Provider Shafted by Methamphetamine Loving Tenant

    As if private landlords don’t need another example of why they should get out of providing rental housing this should give them the incentive.  Meet the tenant from hell. “A New Lynn landlord says methamphetamine-related damage by a tenant was so...

    BFD Transcript Part 2: The Chinese Ambassador on Anne-Marie Brady & Huawei

    Ryan Bridge spoke with the Chinese ambassador, Wu Xi, on the AM show on Thursday morning 31 October. The link to Part 1 on China's Sovereignty, USA Interference in Hong Kong & Freedom of Speech in NZ, People to People Exchanges and Hong Kong is here.

    BFD Transcript Part 1: Chinese Ambassador on Sovereignty, Hong Kong & Freedom of Speech

    Ryan Bridge spoke with the Chinese ambassador, Wu Xi, on the AM show on Thursday morning 31 October. Part 2 follows with a discussion on Anne-Marie Brady and Huawei. Ryan: China’s embassy this week reached out to the AM show and...

    What Is With All the Revolting People?

    An estimated one million people took to Chile streets protesting about who knows what, much like France’s yellow vests and Hong Kong’s student uprisings, ongoing displays of dissatisfaction. Around the world, instigators and leaders of social change are invisible, freely muddying the waters with their anonymity...

    What the Stuff Government Performance Review IGNORED

    Croaking Cassandra The weekend newspapers had several articles highlighting the second anniversary of the New Zealand First choice that led to the creation of the current government.  There was, for example, the double-page spread in the Herald devoted to a not-at-all-searching interview with the Prime Minister and...

    Greedy Energy Giants Hold Out Their Hands for Taxpayers’ Money

    If it’s not bad enough that globalist institutions like the UN are openly admitting that climate change alarmism is just leverage for imposing their wealth redistribution agenda, shiftless corporations are getting in on the act. Wherever there’re mounds of government money, you’ll always find rent-seekers with...