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April 3, 2012

Aotearoa: A Wider Perspective

Today Labour’s broadcasting spokeswoman, Clare Curran pointed out that John Key had a conflict of interest because he chaired a committee which appointed his electorate chairman to the board of NZ On Air.

While of course this is a real conflict of interest it is only one of many and it should come as no surprise that John Key as the appointed NWO stooge has his fingers in as many pies as psoobile to assure the smoothest takeo ver of this country’s resources. This is after all the last stand of TPTB and if they don’t get a hold of our real world resources for their collapsing dollar they will never (Or for a very long time) have that chance again.

So here are a few more conflicts of interest I would like to point out to you:

Connected to John Key’s shares in BofA and their mining interests the

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April 3, 2012

April 3, 2012

Blog formerly known as KASM

Developers of an offshore Taranaki ironsands mining project say it could be greenlighted within the next three years, and require infrastructure costing between $500 million and $1 billion.

Such a large investment in what could prove to be New Zealand’s largest single source of exports would lend itself to an initial public offering, Bill Bissett, the chairman of TransTasman Resources, the group investigating the ironsands opportunity, told BusinessDesk in an interview.

TTRL began investigating the global scale ironsands deposits, most of which lie within the 12 mile nautical limit off the coasts of Taranaki and Whanganui, in 2007.

It announced in April that Denham Capital, a United States private equity fund linked to the Harvard Endowment Trust, had become a 48 percent shareholder.

Local broker McDouall Stuart also helped find a group of wealthy New Zealanders who have invested “some millions” in the exploratory phase for the project, on which…

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April 3, 2012

Kia Ora Gaza


Hip-hop artist and member of the South African Artists Against Apartheid collective, Iain EWOK Robinson, has released a music track, “Freedom for us All,” as part of last weekends Land Day – an annual commemoration of six Arabs who were killed protesting Israeli land policies on March 30th, 1976.

The track features particular reference to Gaza and the Palestinian experience of apartheid.

This is the second music video in support of Palestine that has come out of South Africa in less than two weeks. On the 12 March, the Mavrix released their single, “The New Black” which recieved over 12 000 hits within 10 days!


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April 3, 2012

Aotearoa: A Wider Perspective

Here you are. A couple of grand in debt for some furniture, a car and a mortgage. You go to work everyday and pay your debt off. No problem. Sometimes you run behind a little but you manage.

And than this:

Prime Minister John Key yesterday acknowledged private sector, rather than Crown debt is the bigger problem for New Zealand as the worsening European debt crisis threatens the global economy.

International financial markets have continued to take a hammering this week on signs Europe’s third largest economy Italy, a nation considered too big for Europe to bail out, may be engulfed by the ongoing debt crisis.

New Zealand’s economy was also showing some signs of strain yesterday as Treasury reported lower than forecast tax revenue, the Reserve Bank published a gloomy report on the state of our financial sector, and Standard & Poor’s said risk had risen in our banking…

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April 3, 2012

Aotearoa: A Wider Perspective

the Department of Homeland Security (Not the Pentagon) is ordering 450 million rounds of hollow points over the next five years. To give some perspective; there are only 320 million Americans.

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April 3, 2012

It's my country too

Australia First Party>>

The ANZAC Declaration: Australia First Party And New Zealand Nationalist Alliance

For New Zealand: Kyle Chapman, Anton Foljambe, Steve Larsen




Australia First Party>>

Report: NZ Flag Day Was A Great Success For The Nationalists: ANZAC Ties Strengthened Between NZ And Australian Nationalists!

Dr. Jim Saleam

It was important to Australia First Party to develop its links with New Zealand nationalism. I had the opportunity to converse with many activists and leaders. It was positive to have further discussions with Kerry Bolton of Renaissance Press and Kyle Chapman of Nationalist Alliance about an array of important issues.





this photo of Kyle appeared on a NF e-group.

notice the cute SS Regimental armband on Kyle’s sleeve




Australia First Party leader Jim Saleam at NZ National Front 2008 Annual General Meeting


Kyle Chapman, Jim Saleam…

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April 3, 2012


Here are copies of emails sent to us by activist, Marian Sutherland of North Canterbury regarding New Zealand First’s stance on geo-engineering and her request for action.

The first email was sent by Mr Richard Prosser of the New Zealand First Party, the New Zealand First Party Candidate for Waimakariri,  who is also a Member of the New Zealand First Party’s Board of Directors.

From: Richard Prosser <Richard.Prosser@…
Subject: FW: Mr Prosser.I need a response please-before election day!Fw: A follow-up note from our previous correspondence re “chemtrails” aka persistent contrails aka geoengineering
Received: Wednesday, 16 November, 2011, 7:10 PM

Hi Marian

New Zealand First does not have an official policy surrounding the subject you mention.

I am aware of some debate on the Internet concerning the topic and I have read a range of opinions about it.

The safety and security of all New Zealanders is of paramount importance…

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