How to Buy an Election

NZ’s politically corrupt mainstream media were in financial trouble well before the Covid19 crisis struck the country. There are numerous reports of meetings with Labour’s Broadcasting Minister Chris Faafoi and media representatives far before the virus reached our shores. The virus’s arrival exacerbated their position initially. Later they were saved by the public’s piqued interest…

Nat Rats, who stabbed Simon Bridges in the back?

The Covid19 crisis has in many cases brought bad polling figures for all opposition parties across the globe, as incumbent political leaders make the most of their chance to get their faces in front of the public. Take Australia & New Zealand for example. Scott Morrison’s Liberal Party has received a big boost. Anthony Albenesi’s…

Twitter- A Guide For Conservatives

The power of the corporate left impacts on us in so many ways today, and Twitter is pretty much typical of what those leftists will do once they have the unbridled power they continually lust after. Its a minefield of bannings and censorship and suppression for Conservatives, so if you’re thinking of joining, or have…

Time for the Disruptor

It took twenty eight years to pull down the Berlin wall. The sclerotic secular progressive condition of New Zealand politics has stayed in place a lot longer. The wall was built over night, trapping East Berliners fast in the mire of Soviet Communism. For those unfamiliar with its history, it was built in 1961 to…

Video- Published by @Redbaiternz on Twitter

I’ve had numerous requests for the use of these videos from other twitter users, so am posting them here to give anyone access to them. The can be embedded or linked to by using the share button in the top right hand corner of each video. Video 1 She’s not there   Video 2 Global…

David Moffett Versus the Political Class

There’s a new guy on the NZ political scene. David Moffett has joined the board of the re-invigorated Conservative Party (now the New Conservatives) and its a move that already has the progressive propagandists who pose as NZ’s mainstream media furiously biting their nails. Mr. Moffett has an extraordinary record of real success in the…

“Progressives” turning Western democracies into gulags

The Communist Chinese are at least up front about it. Their “social credit” scoring system, introduced in 2014 has been well publicized. The watchtower guardians of the communist govt down tick or uptick online comments and other social behaviour and severely penalise citizens who accumulate persistently negative scores. Still in the pilot stage, its intended…

Oh what a tangled web the left do weave

Its a mystery how the left, once they gain power in any country or state, frequently manage to retain that power for a surprisingly long duration. Even when their policies cause deprivation and destruction, people inexplicably still keep voting for them. What is the answer to this mystery? Take California for example. Extreme leftist Gerry…

You got to know when to fold ’em

Tony Abbott has to leave the Liberal Party and join Cory Bernardi’s Australian Conservatives. Mr Abbott probably sees leaving the Liberals as a capitulation, and if so, he would be correct. However, as the song goes, you’ve got to know when to fold em, know when to hold em, know when to walk away and…

Out of the quagmire into the quicksand

It’s Winston’s fault. No wait, it’s John Key’s fault. No, no no, Bill English is to blame. Wrong again, it was the media..!! No, it was MMP..! The recriminations have only just started, but of course the one place the voters of New Zealand will not point their finger is where it should be pointed,…

Its all over bar the impossible compromises

You have to laugh. Can you imagine the conversations going on in the halls of what passes for political power in New Zealand? They all hate each other, and here they are faced with an unknown number of completely unpalatable compromises to try and form a government. My own view is that its hopeless, and…

How the National Party lost the 2017 election

(Note for recent readers- this post was written more than three weeks before the actual election) The most frequent emotion when thinking of the National Party is pity and or exasperation. Good people, but politically, they’re straws in the wind. They once carried the torch for small govt, low taxes and personal responsibility, but these…