These are the same ratings agencies that failed to predict the 2007 Global Financial Crisis, that failed to point out the dangers of the speculative bubble in a financialised economy, and who refused to consider the damage that overheated house prices would have on millions of people who found their debt was greater than the value of their property.Read More →
Election year in Aotearoa. Time for political meetings, delivering pamphlets, targeting messages and getting out the vote.Read More →
The issues confronting working families know no boundaries. We are workers without frontiers, a universal working class fighting for our rights.Read More →
Boat people are portrayed as ‘queue jumpers’ but only a genuine refugee would be part of this queue. The reward for survival is banishment and imprisonment. The scale of the problem is over hyped for political advantage and plays to the rhythm of ‘send them back to where they came from’.Read More →
This is what the Republicans think is worth defending- mass injustice, inequality and unaffordable health care- where poverty increases and there is obscene wealth.Read More →
Multi-lateral work on food security or secret trade and investment deals for corporations? Which way NZ?
Did you really think the TPPA is about NZ gaining access for its dairy products to the US market?Read More →
In a few days we will know who will lead and how fundamental the shift might be but you can be certain the protectors of privilege will not sit idly by as spectators.Read More →