The truth is that the 5 Eyes spooks meet in NZ quite regularly and the surprise by the corporate media is more due to the lack of institutional knowledge now inside these news organisations.Read More →
Shocking new revelations about CIA breaking 1951 Union Waterfront lock out – so why are we ramming through a new Intelligence and Security Bill for America?
…so the bloody CIA intervened directly in our domestic affairs to break an Industrial dispute that was caused by a Government intent on damaging the Unions.
It kinda makes the accusations that Russia interfered in the most recent US Election look quaint.Read More →
Watch Barry Coates rip the Intelligence and Security Bill apartRead More →
Dear NZers – when Key was in power you didn’t care about 5 Eyes and allowed him to get away with mass surveillance – how do you feel about Trump having that power now?
Now our anti-intellectual messiah has gone, are New Zealanders really that bewilderingly dense to allow Trump to have this level of power over our economic, cultural and political sovereignty?Read More →
Thief bought his residency, that much is clear, but the real reason is because his private spying corporation helps process mass surveillance for the 5 Eyes.Read More →
A significant proportion of New Zealanders want to see the GCSB (Government Communications Security Bureau) spy agency closed, its Waihopai spybase shut down and New Zealand withdraw from the “five eyes” alliance.Read More →
Allowing the CIA to re-write Lange’s legacy, what do you think the NSA 5 Eyes can do now and what was really revealed at the 2014 Moment of Truth?
I can smell the uranium on the CIA letterheadRead More →
An astounding claim late this week from Kim Dotcom that appeared on a news blog that few will have heard of has been ignored by the mainstream corporate media in New Zealand. The claim is that 2 terabytes of information has been hacked or ‘leaked’ from the National Party and that it will appear in the 2017 election.Read More →
When New Zealand amended the Security Intelligence Service (SIS) Act in 1996, it was the first significant change in almost 20 years. The 20 years since that amendment have seen a constant stream of law changes extending the powers of the country’s spies. The Intelligence and Security Bill currently before Parliament is the latest of these. In this series of three articles, I outline why I think this Bill represents the most disturbing attack to date on the rights and freedoms of New Zealanders.Read More →
I recommend the Select Committee not proceed with this Bill in its present form. Overall it puts New Zealanders in a worse situation than in already existing legislation, in relation to both their personal privacy and their right to untrammeled freedom of expression.Read More →
MUST READ: Dear New Zealanders – Do you have any idea what the bloody hell the NZ Security and Intelligence Bill does?
As more and more NZers suddenly wake up to this appalling legislation and its ramifications – people are going to be outraged.
Outraged that they didn’t know this bloody thing was even happening.
Outraged at the full scale assault on our democracy that it represents.
And outraged that it’s been allowed to progress this far with bugger all scrutiny.Read More →
Chelsea Manning is a hero. She exposed the truth of what the US Military were really doing in Iraq and their war crimes remain a stain alongside so many other stains caused by America’s corporate wars.Read More →
…this is unbelievable. Why the hell are Parliamentary Services spying on MPs emails? Why are they in effect censoring those emails and why are they blocking them?Read More →
Folks, whatever misdirected but perfectly timed fury you feel erupting in your veins about this All Black distraction, consider that under these new powers we all become the All Blacks.Read More →
The Cullen-Reddy Review gives us a strong indication of some of the likely new elements of new bills, and the opposition to extension of State covert power needs to prepare immediately to prevent further demolition of the rights to privacy, liberty and morally decent public policy making.Read More →
The conflict between the Government’s mass surveillance legislation and their new cybersecurity unit
The announcement of the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) with its new $22million budget is being sold to NZ as some sort of big cuddly Government Department that protects NZ business from cyber attack.Read More →