The U.S. Elections And Us

By Mike Bee 16 November 2022 Congratulations to the Senate democrats for suddenly pulling ahead and winning surprise victories by the perfect margins, four days after the polls close in the dead of night, only in states with mail-in voting, for the second time in a row. We’d never seen anything like it in 244 … Read more

The Subversion Of Politics

Suppose you don’t believe in governance by the people and for the people, but everyone else does. Find a way to undermine their faith in it so you may benefit from the resulting concentration of power. By Brad Flutey 2 November 2022 Every Beehive has a Queen; who is this beehive’s Queen? The New Zealand … Read more

Alberta Government Stands Up To The World Economic Forum

By Travis Cook 29 October 2022 Is the Agenda failing, are humanity waking up too quickly for the enemies of a free humanity? What will this mean? Surely if some parts of the western world do not go along with the attempted reset, and outright reject the world economic forum, how will it be successful? … Read more

Samoan Measles Outbreak a Trial Run for Compulsory Vaccination

Thomas S.   On the 16th October 2019 an outbreak of measles was declared in Samoa, followed by a state of emergency on the island nation on the 15th November. Three years later and with the benefit of hindsight, it appears that there may have been more to the outbreak than we acknowledged at the … Read more

Communism on Campus and the Swamp Between our Nation’s Ears

Thomas S.   Every year, over 43,000 students graduate from New Zealand universities. Yet despite being in lockstep with the liberal agenda, our tertiary education sector seems to have thus far evaded the scrutiny it deserves. Indeed, our tertiary institutions have now become the frontlines in the ideological struggle for the hearts and minds of … Read more

Institutional Imperative on What You Believe

by Eric L. Prentis, Ph.D. Fake News and Lies—promoted by the US and European mainstream media; US politicians; unelected European Union (EU) politicians; political leaders of the European countries; the United Nations (UN); the Davos Group: World Economic Forum (WEF); the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers … Read more

Australia’s 1975 Constitutional Crisis The Governor-General’s Dismissal of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam

By Thomas S. 6 October 2022 Throughout the Ardernian regime, a growing awareness of the role played by the Governor-General in the Commonwealth nations has tinkered in the minds of New Zealand’s freedom advocates. As the Sovereign’s representative, many have suggested that an appeal to the Governor-General for the dissolution of Parliament on the basis … Read more


1 October 2022 It is “no good looking at the world from a vanilla lens” says Deputy Labour leader Kelvin Davis. This from a white maori prone to wearing the suit easily associated with the term “vanilla lens” as he so rudely attempts to derogate Maori Act MP Karen Chhour. An odd thing to say … Read more