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  • ewingsc 7:57 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Richard Gage AIA on New Zealand National Television

    … saying some really quite gosh interesting things ’bout the events of September 11 2001


  • ewingsc 4:01 pm on November 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Stephen Chan, Terrorism Act, Tivoli   

    The Tuhoe Incident : Stephen Chan 

    Stephen Chan is currently Professor of International Relations at the University of London and Dean of Law and Social Sciences at the School of Oriental and African Studies.

    He is the author of The Zen of International Relations (2001), Robert Mugabe: A Life of Power and Violence (2003), Out of Evil, (2004) and Grasping Africa (2007).

    He writes for international newspapers and is the author of several volumes of poetry.

    Using his expertise in karate he supports community-based martial arts projects in many African cities.

    Stephen Chan has been advisor to many African governments and continues to be closely involved in monitoring the political situation in Zimbabwe.

    Stephen Chan left New Zealand in 1976.

    This conversation with political analyst Zaeem Baksh about the Tuhoe Incident took place on one of Stephen’s rare visits back to New Zealand in November 2007.

  • kiwirights 2:09 pm on November 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply  


    By Penny Bright 10 November 2009

    What is happening to Vince Siemer makes me ashamed to be a New Zealander.

    Vince has just been arrested at his home, and has been taken by Police Officers to the Auckland High Court.

    Whether the matter will be heard today – or Vince will be held in custody overnight is at this stage unknown. (More …)

  • kiwirights 10:45 am on November 10, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    What Is The Copenhagen Treaty Really About? James Corbett Interviews Lord Monckton

    This is an important interview to hear, and particularly so if you care about liberty and freedom. On the 27th of October, James Corbett of The Corbett Report interviewed Lord Christopher Monckton regarding the true nature of the Copenhagen Treaty, and more.

    To download the interview go here:

    It gives the dictators complete control.

    It can be used to shut down the economy.

    It can be used to stop people driving cars.


    Death by Treaty – Lord Monckton on the Crisis of Copenhagen

  • kiwirights 4:56 pm on November 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Looking beyond the veil into news beyond our own 

    by Lyndon Hood

    “…So you see, readers can be reassured – however hard it gets, at least we don’t live in that universe, where a Police Minister who actively dislikes human rights uses a Government majority to override due process in Parliament and in criminal law, while the only response of the Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition is to beg to make it worse.

    Oh, hang on. Those first two were real.

    And the last one.”

    Read the full article here:

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