Could Labour and their treasonous tribal cronies get back in?

Coalition negotiations have been going on for a long time and the parties are not telling us why—but neither should they.

It’s hard to be super-optimistic that they will come to an agreement.

However, there’s nothing to stop us from telling them to pull out all the stops, make it work. Tell them how deeply afraid we are at the thought we’re about to let Labour and their treasonous, black-hearted cronies back in. Continue Reading →

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I’m still on watch

Hi everyone,

Sorry I’m not much present these days, but there’s an election in about 13 weeks in which we really must dismiss this incompetent, divisive and destructive Labour government before we lose our last shreds of democracy. And it may already be too late for that.

I’m lending a hand as best I can but, just as with global warming, there’s more and more to read.

Many Kiwis are calling this a battle for our nation, though you won’t hear about it from our lamestream journalists, bribed off by the Public Interest Journalism Fund. I hope shortly to produce a website that features some of the behind-the-scenes thinking and strategy.

In the meantime I’m watching the Climate Conversation, and I promise to post some interesting climate news soon. I must say, you go a long way off the path at times, but it’s all interesting.

Cheers.

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Todd Muller must abandon Shaw’s treacherous Zero Carbon folly

Todd Muller supports a socialist wrecker — is that wise?

Some National Party strategists think Todd Muller can hardly say he supports the Zero Carbon Act then do nothing about it. Sooner or later you must accept that National has agreed to the Zero Carbon Bill as a matter of policy and therefore has to show some acceptance of its obligations.

But the implied condition of support for any proposal is that the assumptions behind it remain true. If it emerges that the basis of a policy is wrong, it then becomes the height of reason to withdraw your support. The new honourable path is to abandon it.

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