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New Zealand an Honest Country? Not Independent Anymore?

Is NZ two faced, when it wants to ask countries to vote for it to take a rotational seat on the United Nations Security Council, at the same time it is electronically spying on its South Pacific neighbours? New Zealand in wanting to get voted onto the UN Security Council, as it cons world's nations that we are an honest broker and moral compass of even handedness yet immediately gives away our sovereignty by doing exactly what the big boys want. read more...

Posted by Tim Lynch

comments Mar 3, 2015

New Zealand gives itself away, leaving it all up to a Government that is interested only in money.

NZers are turning a blind eye to our PM's antics as we distance ourselves from virtues and values.
There is a growing perception that a malaise has fallen over the land when it comes to having honest Government with integrity. Where this is taking us we are not sure, but now we have huge concerns for our sovereignty as well as our children and grandchildren's future.
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Posted by Tim Lynch

comments Oct 12, 2014

Independent Science & Independent Reporting Outlawed in Japan

In December 2013, the Japanese parliament passed a bill whereby public officials and private citizens could face ten years in prison for divulging “special state secrets”, and journalists, five years, for seeking to obtain classified information. Why? Because here is a major media gag on anyone publishing or broadcasting on what is happening at Fukushima and the radiation spewing into the Pacific ocean and also the atmosphere. That the radiation levels have been rigged by Japan, the US & the EU. read more...

Posted by Tim Lynch

comments Oct 12, 2014

New Zealand Election Dirty Politics all the Way

It's election time again here in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Since its first election in 1853 New Zealand has been world-leading in voting rights. All Māori men were able to vote from 1867 and all European men from 1879, then in 1893 New Zealand famously led the world by allowing the women of this country to have their right to vote. read more...

Posted by Tim Lynch

comments Aug 13, 2014

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