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GUEST BLOG: Bryan Bruce – Cartooning at its thought provoking best by Rob Rogers.

By   /  March 21, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  No Comments

Ban and buy back all semi-automaic weapons now.

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GUEST BLOG: Gerard Otto – When everything is wrong no words seem right

By   /  March 21, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  No Comments

When everything is wrong no words seem right.

Silence is the only appropriate place for dignity’s sake

And it’s best to let things beSympathy is not opinion

While angry men and women fight over what to do

And everyone is different

Some must have been cold for a long time

To feel nothing

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GUEST BLOG: Ross Meurant – Damnatio Memoriae

By   /  March 21, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  No Comments

When does censorship become a tool of the guardians who failed to preserve the physical safety of the 50 victims and other wounded?

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Thursday 21st March 2019

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Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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Sellman v Slater No 7 [2019] NZHC 467

By   /  March 20, 2019  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  No Comments

The High Court awards almost $25,000 of costs to three medical professionals for succeeding in interlocutory applications in their defamation proceeding against Cameron Slater, Carrick Graham and his company, Katherine Rich and the New Zealand Food and Grocery Council.

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GUEST BLOG: Selwyn Manning – Christchurch Terror Attacks – New Zealand’s Darkest Hour – Friday 15th 2019

By   /  March 20, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  16 Comments

One thing is certain; to stamp out the evil of hate extremism, New Zealanders will pay a price that will be charged against the Kiwi lifestyle. Personal liberties of freedom, of expression and privacy will certainly be eroded further as this nation of the South Pacific grapples with how to keep its peoples safe. The means of how to achieve relative safety will be hotly debated, but it is a necessary juncture in this nation’s history, a moment when we all must confront and challenge ourselves so that people of innocence, people like little three year old Mucaad Ibrahim, can go about their days in trust, in peace, in joyful purpose and achieve their deserved potential. Anything less is a second killing for the victims of Friday 15, New Zealand’s darkest hour.

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Political Caption Competition

By   /  March 20, 2019  /  Most Recent Blogs, The Daily Gallery  /  1 Comment

If this is how redneck Australians respond to an egg, how will they freak out when they hear about books?

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Sean Plunket’s Working Group with Bomber Bradbury & Damien Grant: This week – The horror of the atrocity in Christchurch

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Sean Plunket’s Working Group with Bomber Bradbury & Damien Grant: This week – The horror of the atrocity in Christchurch

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Wednesday 20th March 2019

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Tuesday 19th March 2019

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GUEST BLOG: Bryan Bruce – Mucad Ibrahim was just 3 years old when he reportedly died in his father’s arms during last Friday’s massacre.

By   /  March 18, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  14 Comments

Mucad’s right to life (and the right to life of all the 49 other innocent victims of Friday’s massacre) vastly supersedes anyone’s “right” to own a semi- automatic weapon.

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Monday 18th March 2019

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GUEST BLOG: Suzie Dawson – Misguided Spying and the New Zealand Massacre

By   /  March 18, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  5 Comments

Now that the bodies of 50 innocent human beings are lying in a Christchurch, New Zealand, morgue — gunned down by a heavily armed terrorist — New Zealand media are asking the obvious questions: why didn’t our intelligence agencies know there were xenophobic, murderous, white supremacists on the loose in Christchurch?

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GUEST BLOG: Ross Meurant – Passing the buck

By   /  March 18, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  10 Comments

As a result of this city’s history of radicalized right-wing groups, failure of police and GCSB to have entrenched and effective spying apparatus in that sector, is in my view one good reason why we need a review of what I say, has been a lamentable performance by any measure of national security providers.

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Dr Liz Gordon: The racist right in Aotearoa

By   /  March 18, 2019  /  Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  17 Comments

Thousands of young people (and I am thinking mainly of young men here) up to age 24 are ‘NEET’ (not in education, employment or training).  Some have nothing to do but surf the internet all day, where they may find themselves excited by the rhetoric of the far right. Here we see a potential breeding ground for disaster.

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GUEST BLOG: Louie Encabo – How UN Global Compact hysteria is driving right-wing range in New Zealand

By   /  March 18, 2019  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  2 Comments

The entire country, and the rest of the world, is shocked and disgusted by the terrorist attacks that occurred in Christchurch last week that targeted two mosques. A day before that, Greens co-leader James Shaw was assaulted unprovoked by a member of the public.

The two events had a common denominator – both of the perpetrators were riled by the Government’s signing of the United Nations Global Compact on Migration.

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