March 22, 2019

ISIS leader Abu Hassan al-Muhajir calls for revenge

By NZB3

Bloody hell, another of Brenton Tarrant’s dominoes falls… A high-ranking member of ISIS has called for revenge after the deaths of 50 Muslims in Christchurch. The New York Times reports that al-Muhajir broke six months of silence to call for retaliation.- ref. NZ Herald, 19/3/2019 So far this whole reaction, including gun banning and killing […]

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March 20, 2019

Keep Calm and Carry On

By Gekko

The past week has been difficult for NZ, thrust into the spotlight of world scrutiny for reasons that are as horrific as they are unprecedented. I wanted to record a few thoughts, if for no other reason that it would be interesting to revisit at a later point to see if my view has changed. […]

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March 20, 2019

Al Noor Mosque

By NZB3

Trying to get my head around the Ground Zero for this month’s terror attack in Christchurch. This happened at Al Noor Mosque which I translate to Mosque of The Light. Built by MAC (Muslim Association of Canterbury) in 1985 and for 15 years the most southern mosque in the world. The Muslim community in Canterbury […]

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March 19, 2019

Police Pursuit Policy

By NZB3

A small note on the policy of NZ Police cars hunting down runaways and smashing into them like Mad Max. In a single year, 2016… “New Zealand, which has a population of roughly the same size [as QLD,] saw 3323 police pursuits, resulting in seven deaths.” Well, you can’t say that Mad Max skill set […]

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March 19, 2019

The Coward Of Christchurch?

By NZB3

John Black of Right Minds is doing it too.¬†On the mark when it comes to identifying the collectivism of dehumanising at the core of the Christchurch shooting. Utterly wrong to call him a coward. The Coward Of Christchurch: Where The Right Goes Wrong Tarrant was not a coward. I don’t see how it helps our […]

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March 19, 2019

NZB3 Reboot

By NZB3

The NZB3 (New Zealand: Be Free; Get it?) blog and podcast was my voice on the internet back in 2006 when I was a bit younger and a libertarian. Bits of it are still online here on Blogger. It was the Golden Age of blogging before the social media giants like Facebook and Twitter or […]

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March 18, 2019

1934: George Bernard Shaw Visit

By Anarchist History of New Zealand

Today in history, March 15th, 1934, celebrity¬†playwright George Bernard Shaw toured New Zealand. A great writer and great wit, it was he who rightly said “a government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always rely on the support of Paul.” and “If you aren’t a socialist as a teenager you have no heart, and […]

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March 18, 2019

Gun Banning: Vanity before History

By NZB3

New Zealand is on a transition from mainstream Victimhood Culture to mainstream Slave Culture because SC will expand to outstrip the supply of free stuff VC gives away; Like mice in a grain silo. The next transition after that is Honour Culture coming in and kicking the Slave Culture mice around without remorse. Same thing […]

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March 18, 2019

1933: Pranking the Authoritarians

By Anarchist History of New Zealand

October 1933: It’s just a joke! From an era of rising tension and new seriousness culminating in global warfare. The mainstream culture had become overbearing to many of the lighter-hearted Kiwi larrikins who wanted their intense co-worker or uncle to chill out a bit. More and more, New Zealand’s mainsteam was filling up with¬†authoritarian do-as-you’re-told […]

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March 18, 2019

2020s: Dignity Culture Rising

By Anarchist History of New Zealand

Social history right now! Rob Stock is triggered so badly by Marie Kondo, that he goes on an Abe Simpson-esque spiel about minimalism, house prices and frugality. Apparently she’s promoting an extreme lifestyle! Watched some of this Japanese Netflix sensation today. Basically white people are learning/re-learning about how to tidy up after themselves. And who […]

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March 17, 2019

Why Vaccination Should Never Be Made Compulsory

By VJM

25 people have been infected by a measles outbreak in Canterbury, and one could predict from the degree of anti-anti-vaccination hysteria that there will soon be a social movement to make vaccination compulsory. Many people are calling for it, and the rhetoric demonising the anti-vaxxers is growing. This essay discusses why compulsory vaccination is the […]

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March 14, 2019

Did Cannabis Prohibition Doom Humanity to Extinction?

By VJM

Were the hippies right all along? The counter-culture that arose in response to the Cold War championed many things that made them hated: free love, a return to Nature, a rejection of materialism – and cannabis. This essay examines the possibility that we would have survived if only we had listened, and that cannabis prohibition […]

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March 9, 2019