The Democrats for Social Credit Party strongly suspects another motive behind the Ministry of Health's determination to have all councils adopt fluoridation. More debt-servicing is required to keep up the momentum as private investors seek safe public securities. Forcing councils to borrow for ...
What if you were a big banker, one of the few really important ones with the monopoly to create a very large part of the World's money? It's a process that confers immense power, greater than that of most nations, and that provides virtually immense and guaranteed profits.
What better way to begin our tale, a tale that begins in early 1840 on a marae deep within Ngāpuhi territory where two peoples were on the verge of forging a nation. It was indeed, at least a promise of the best of times, brought about by the wisdom of the leaders of the Tangata Whenua and Tauiwi, ...
Published: 19 February 2017
Phil Goff, David Shearer, Russel Norman, Kevin Hague all have one thing in common - they wanted to change jobs. In Britain a couple of Labour MPs resigned to change jobs. It seems to be a growing trend. What else do they have in common I wonder. Could it be that they saw a brighter future for them...
Published: 04 February 2017
If you do, think again. Unless you take control of your affairs, or elect some one else to do what you want in the management of your affairs, nothing will change and your circumstances may become even more dire.
Published: 15 December 2016
It must have been a set back for the giant US corporations, including the banks, when Donald Trump announced he would ditch the TPPA. However the banks don't really mind. Their friend Hillary Clinton didn't reach the US White House, but their other friend did.
Published: 28 November 2016
Does this US election result represent a true dawn, a false one, or a disaster?
Published: 11 November 2016
The election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States is a result of the disregard of the American establishment for the needs of the people.
Published: 09 November 2016
PM John Key is master of the flip, whether that’s a flip-flop, flip-off, or flippant comment to side-step hard questions and deflect blame. And now, speaking on the subject of measuring child poverty, it seems he’s added ‘flipped out’ to his repertoire.
Published: 04 October 2016
The Bank of England is actually finding it difficult to persuade investors to sell it sufficient government bonds to facilitate its planned bank reserve for government bond swap (sometimes called ‘quantitative easing’).
Published: 01 October 2016