We believe Police made a wrong call on a good guy. Money is needed to defend Jon Rua, the Crusaders fan, from what we believe to be a wrongful arrest. In our opinion, he has been unfairly treated because his choice of footie team, flag-wearing and sports-minded opinions offended the wrong person. Because Jonno pleaded "not guilty as charged", he now needs a lawyer to defend him against the Police allegations of "LIKELY TO CAUSE VIOLENCE". Mild-natured Jonno has never before been … [Read more...]
STATEMENT POST CHRISTCHURCH SHOOTING
The First Nation Association of New Zealand 20.03.2019 A voice of Temperance and Reason. To the New Zealand Parliament: With sorrow, we reflect on the murder of 50 and the wounding of 50 Muslims at the Christchurch mosque by a lone gunman, Australian Brenton Tarrant. We declaim Tarrant’s actions and abhor his mixed-up ideology. New Zealand once executed such homicidal fanatics by hanging, after a Court trial. Today, however, Parliamentarians would punish our people instead, by … [Read more...]
PROBLEM OF MASS HALAL CERTIFICATION – AN AUSTRALIA WAKE-UP BRIEFING
In this issue, we are examining the Islamic Halal Tax that has been imposed on around 80% of our non-export domestic market products, which puts our shopping dollars straight into the hands of Islamic 'certifiers'. Please find a our current newsletter on-line here: http://australiawakeup.com.au/newsletters/20180502_Newsletter.html … [Read more...]
Best practice democracy?
New Zealanders need to reclaim their democracy, Swiss-style Amy Brooke 10 March 2018 People protesting against both the concept and practice of authoritarian government has now become a worldwide phenomenon. It seems high time, therefore, to turn our attention to considering what have been, or are, examples of best practice democracy in action. In The March of Folly, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Barbara Tuchman, reviewing crucial decisions in world history from the Trojan War … [Read more...]