image from has become something much greater than a referendum of the People to leave the EU. It has become the Battle Cry of the silent majority who have had a gutful of the tyranny of big government and corporate interests and where politicians can do what they like. 

Time for a clear-out.

Three years ago, Brexit was a word that was coined to describe the (then) imminent departure of the UK from the European Union. Had the Tories done their job, everything would have been sorted and settled and things would be on an even keel. The status quo of the two party system would have been intact and the People would have quietly gone about the business of voting Left or Right, Labour or Conservative and meekly voted for bad or worse.But no.

Theresa May and her cohorts stuffed it up.


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  1. Why is Trump being so cagey and unconcerned about Julian Assange? After all, Assange released the dirt on Hillary and certainly gave a boost to Trump’s chances of the Presidency. Why is he so somehow unconcerned about George Soros? He was instrumental ( and still is ) in the campaign against Trump in 2016. Soros continues with his desire to destroy Trump and all he stands for around the world. Soros is the money behind the campaign that wages battle against Trump every day, yet nothing.

    Why does Trump allow thousands of illegal immigrants to flood across the border (yes, I know that his hands are tied by the left that are there to defeat him ) but why?

    Why has Trump failed to do anything to stop this flood of humanity in to America? Why?

    As a long time and current supporter, I have so many questions in my mind and heart – I need to understand what the hell is going on.


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  1. In 1942, my wife’s Uncle was a metallurgist in Papua New Guinea. At the height of WW2 , he made do and mended in the jungles of one of the hotbeds of the conflict. Unable to serve in the War due to being deaf ( years of working in a goldmine in New Zealand) he served in his own way by doing his bit and carrying on.

    Yesterday, I found a transcript of his recollections of the time in Papua New Guinea during the war and I wanted to share it with you. It is typed as he shared it all those years ago. His time in the War in the jungle of Papua New Guinea.  As a courtesy. I have omitted parts that could identify him or his family.

    Here is his story of walking out of the jungles of PNG in 1942.


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  1. Fair cop. I have a major problem with men that trade in the vintage car that has given reliability, good fuel economy and a comfortable ride over many years – only to send it to the junkyard and trade it in for a new model.

It pisses me off. The new model may be a later year and have better upholstery but let’s be honest, it doesn’t feel the same once you have sat in the seat for a few months or years. There is something about the old comfy car that you like to cast your mind back on and reflect with pleasure.

It was a damned good car.

Poor old Barnaby Joyce. He really did screw his career because he traded in his ute and got a sports car. Hardly a good look for a man in the public eye and one from the bush.


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 What have you done Winston Peters? What have you done?  The Nazguls are only circling because YOU gave Cindy the Flightplan. 

You bastard.

I just love courageous, eccentric, bold and human Kiwis. I really do. I have enormous admiration for this tiny country at the bottom of the world that dares to be extraordinary and dares to be bold and cheeky in the face of global grandiose.

What a shame the Nation of New Zealand is now governed by a globalist leftist greenie who has no comprehension of the people who came before her.


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What is a Friend?

I have an acquaintance – not sure if I can call her a friend – who is currently very depressed. She lives in New Zealand. I would like to call her a friend, though I have never met her.

What makes someone a friend? An acquaintance? Is it the physical meeting with that person or is it a meeting of the minds? How does one differentiate between the two?

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and social media have corrupted the word Friendship and turned it into a meaningless term based on Likes and Followers and upvotes from complete strangers.

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As a very spiritual man and a man who loves basic beliefs in loyalty in marriage,  hard work, honesty, decency and respect, I am not that happy about the victories we are having. Because  I am scared of the losses the Left are facing.

I was an ex Naval man, from the War, a Brit, and I loved and married down under. So I am a bit global. Since 1949 I have been a proud "  immigrant."

When the enemy of everything I hold dear is cornered and being set upon, things are going to get nasty.

They are attacking with acid and it takes me back to the war. I thought that we were over this. 

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faceoff face onThis article was written back on 6 March. It is deserving of an update. 

Since then just a few short months ago, so many things have changed. Australia has returned a less left leaning Government, NZ has endured a Mosque attack that its left wing Government has exploited to full advantage; America has seen the left hatred increase against Trump and UK and Europe are finally waking up to the reality that they are now the refugees in their own countries. 

All over the western world, we are seeing the faces of entire Nations, the history and the future undergo a complete makeover. It is not being done with lipstick, cosmetics or skin treatments at a day spa. It is a surgical transformation. A completely new face.
We are part of a full transformation and if it does not scare you, it should. 
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One of the people I most admire in modern New Zealand is Rob Moodie. A man who wore kaftans and dressed as Alice in Wonderland to go to the High Court.  What a man. What a great man.

Here was a bloke, a former copper, politician, lawyer and mayor . A man who was the former Secretary of the Police Union and fought to look after Police in troubled times.

Rob Moodie was a man among men and an example of how New Zealand has and always will be a tolerant Nation. All of this rubbish that we hear today and see today about the Conservatives that hate people who are part of a minority need to have a wee look at Mr Rob Moodie, alias Alice in Wonderland.

A heterosexual man who was happily married with 3 children and liked to wear women’s clothes.

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