Open Letter From New Zealand To The People Of The Countries Signing On To The TPPA Today!

Dear Citizens of Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam, today New Zealand is hosting the signing of the TPPA. As an inhabitant of this country, I am gutted that our Prime Minister invited the representatives of your countries to come over here to sign the treaty. […]

First It Was Christchurch, Now It’s The Sky Contract. John Key Fattening His Masters AGAIN!

In light of Fletcher winning the bid to build the Auckland Casino expansion here is what I wrote on December 2011. In order to understand what is happening you need this information. What it basically boils down to is that John Key has presented his banking masters with a $477 million bonus by giving the […]

On Terror Drills In Auckland And The Use Of Patsies Or Why You Should Be Worried Of State Terrorism Not Muslims

Yesterday I reported that two exercises where held in Sydney in the  year leading up to the siege on Martins place. One of them was actually held on Martin’s place a year ago and the other was a training exercise with the scenario as it unfolded in cafe six weeks before it happened. Today the […]

On Power Outages and Privatisation. Remember Enron?

Back in 2011, the risk of fire at substations such as Penrose was identified as possibly leading to a “high-impact failure”. New Zealand Herald Bomber Bradbury asks on his blog the Daily Blog why Aucklanders have to pay for their powergrid upgrades? He does so because John Key promised us that privatisation would make for […]

Sophisticated Surveillance Coming To Auckland

The system “should not be used for surveillance or monitoring of specific individuals (whether or not identifiable by name, and whether not facilitated by supporting technology) except in respect of specific criminal acts or organised crime or other reasonably suspected criminal behaviour (including terrorism) on the basis of such evidence or reasonable suspicion of criminal offending,” the principles state. (about the surveillance system being put in place in Auckland)

Cameron “It’s Not Stolen, I Just Borrowed It Without Asking” Slater Goes To Court For An Injunction

For all of you wanting to give Cameron “It’s not stolen, I just borrowed it without asking” Slater a piece of your mind he will be at the court to ask for an injuction of the Hacked material Whaledump is disseminating online. It seems that it is ok for the government to spy on you, […]

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Arabs Don’t Hate Jews And Jews Don’t Hate Arabs Or Why You Should Go To Auckland To Demonstrate Against The Genocide In Gaza!

Update: Here is Max Igan’s call to end the violence and for all of us to get engaged in the fight against the Israeli war crimes committed in Gaza: Today at 2 o’clock pm there is a demonstration against the invasion and genocide of the people of Gaza. While I won’t be able to make […]

2:00 PM Anti-TPPA Demonstration In Auckland

For those of you who want to let your voice be heard against the secretive TPPA which will end the sovereignty if New Zealand as well as that of the other countries signing off on it in favour of big unaccountable corporations here is your chance. There will be a demonstration from Aotea square to […]

Panetta, Earthquake drills in Auckland and military Vehicles Seen Leaving The Day Before or Let’s Hope The Drills Don’t Go Live!

A Facebook friend pointed out that tomorrow there will be Earthquake drills in Auckland. In fact they are advertised as the biggest Earthquake drill ever. For those of you reading this blog you might be aware that the Earthquake in Christchurch was preceded by an influx of American politicians and a convenient medical convention and […]

The warf, the strike and the unions; my two cents

I am usually not very inclined to speak out on New Zealand matters such as these simply because I’m a newbie in this country and while I spend a huge amount of time researching finance and John Key and his connection to it and as such feel I have enough authority to speak in the […]

Injustices against Maori ‘need to be addressed’

Oh, and by the way, judging by how National and Act deal with advisory committees an all out war for those Maori seats in Auckland instead of another advisory board seems in perfect order to me. The Waitangi Tribunal says several injustices against the Urewera people from 1865 to 1872 need to be addressed by […]