Category Archives: Winston Peters

The Great Xenophobe Winston Peters Fathers NZ Asian Political party.

The Master Puppeteer Winston Peters has gullible Pakeha Kiwi dancing to his fiddle again. Supportive posts of his latest antics are flowing into my Facebook news feed. Winston Peters has always been a populist politician … Its always about the … Continue reading

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Voluntary exsanguination

There’s been a lot of heartbreak and hostility in recent years over the issue of voluntary euthanasia, which remains illegal in New Zealand—for now. Euthanasia activism began in New Zealand in 1978 when some secular humanists formed the Auckland Voluntary … Continue reading

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The Shame of Maori Radicalism. Hate and Violence.

The lies against the Jews which underpinned the fanaticism and extreme violence of The Nazis under Hitler are being replicated by the Maori separatist movement, and the endorsment of their ‘grievances’ by consecutive Labor and National led governments. Waitangi separatism … Continue reading

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Effigies of Evil

Posted in Green Party, Hooded Menace, Keep it Metal!, Labour Party, National Party, Winston Peters | Leave a comment