An early New Zealand rightist movement built on religious hatreds

While Alliance of Labour leader Arthur Cook lent his support to the Communist Party, another leader of the Alliance of Labour, its President Matthew Joseph Mack, was embracing a different […]

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The liberal censors extend their reach

The self-appointed liberal censors have struck again in New Zealand.  Emboldened by their success in no-platforming the visiting Canadian rightists Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern, and then disrupting a campus […]

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How to defend democratic rights and political space – case study of a political victory

Renée Gerlich is a feminist and blogger living in Wellington, New Zealand. She holds that New Zealand was wrong for decriminalising pimps and punters along with prostituted persons in the […]

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