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I survived Communism: Part three

Statues remembering the victims of the Communist era in the Czech capital Prague

The article below was written by Zuzana Janosova Den Boer, who experienced Communist rule in Czechoslovakia before coming to Canada.

In April 2018, an Edmonton father went to an elementary school to see his grade-4 daughter’s play. In the play, the children sabotaged a factory, in the name of climate-change, then went on to save Alberta from its “evil oil industry” and “greedy oil barons”. Textbook communist methodology – demonizing the private sector (oil industry) by representing them as “greedy oil barons”.

In some university lecture halls, professors are also trying to indoctrinate the new upcoming proletariat. Every time I see elite university students protesting capitalism and advocating socialism, I wonder if they realize that if they succeed, it will be their very last protest. In an interview recorded in 1984, KGB defector Yuri Bezmenov described the consequences of ideological subversion (indoctrination). Here is a short excerpt: quote.

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‘I survived Communism: Part two

Statues remembering the victims of the Communist era in the Czech capital Prague

The article below was written by Zuzana Janosova Den Boer, who experienced Communist rule in Czechoslovakia before coming to Canada.

An important warning.

Do I have your attention? Then let me describe to you how communist propaganda and methodology work.  There are 3 main stages:

1.      Polarization  (KGB term: “demoralization”)

2.      Destabilization

3.      Revolution

Stage 1:          Polarization – Divide and Conquer

In order to win power, communists first polarize their target society. The notion of injusticeis introduced. One group of people – poor workers – are made to feel victimized by a second group, to the point that they demand civil discourse. Who are these people that supposedly victimize poor workers? Here’s a clue:

Communists don’t care about poor people, they just hate rich ones

George orwell

The one thing a communist cannot abide is a wealthy person. For communists, the rich are owners of private businesses, especially successful ones. They are loathed and demonized as heartless, spiteful monsters who exploit their employees and don’t care about their welfare. The rich are public enemy #1 – they don’t care about people or the environment; they care only about profit and wealth. Dare to disagree?  Then you are a “denier” and “imperialist traitor”, and after completion of stage 3, you will be physically liquidated.

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Trump Derangement Syndrome in NZ

By Malcolm Moncrief-Spittle

Trump Derangement Syndrome. It is serious, not just a cute insult or cliché. It is real and even worse in New Zealand than in Trump’s America, which has some major media institutions that are more sympathetic to Trump such as Fox News, Breitbart, and The Daily Caller.

Andrew Breitbart, before his too-early death in 2012 at the age of 43, made the remark that “Politics is downstream from culture”  (The documentary Hating Breitbart on YouTube is a good introduction to Andrew Breitbart, as is his 2011 book Righteous Indignation.)

Andrew Breitbart saw that the mainstream media in the USA had effectively become a wing of the Democratic Party and much of academia another wing. So you had an academic-media-Democratic complex. Leftists overwhelmingly predominate in media and academia and the result is an overwhelming barrage of propaganda attempts to mould and shape public opinion.

The Otago Daily Times is no worse than any other New Zealand daily paper but I will use it to illustrate my points. Trump Derangement Syndrome is just as bad in the NZ Herald and the Dominion Post, and readers of other daily papers may be able to relate having had similar exposure to TDS.

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Your children, their pawns

People’s children are sacrificial pawns in advancing Gender Ideology.
It’s clear that gender-theory ideologues are intent on advancing their beliefs without regard for due process, parental consent or civil discussion.

If you engage in debate around this issue online, you find prevalent vitriolic and vicious support for the idea that ‘Gender’ is not influenced at all by biological sex.

The ideologues’ responses to objections to their theories are seldom anything other than emotional manipulation such as ‘you’re invalidating my existence’. An appeal to the current year is also a common weapon in their arsenal.

“It’s 2019! get with the times, bigot”  isn’t exactly winning anyone over, but it is a tool to silence dissent.   

One belief they hold is that gender roles and stereotypes are merely learned behaviours imposed upon us by our oppressive ‘colonial’ western society.
They also believe that society is merely a ‘construct’ and can be broken down and rebuilt in any number of ways without any consequences.

A civil and rational society theoretically should discuss these radical new ideas fully and respectfully before teaching them to people’s children.

The vast majority of New Zealand’s population don’t understand what the doctrine of gender identity means, let alone realise that it is already being taught!

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Immigration, climate change and allies: the biggest threats facing NZ in 2019

Photo credit: WINA

None of the current political leaders in New Zealand are looking out for and promoting the conservative cause. The last few years have seen nationalist revolts around the world against the progressive political ideas taking over and directly impacting our lives; from open borders and uncontrolled immigration to stifling regulations which are slowly eroding our most economically important industries. Not to forget, of course, the usual climate change nonsense rammed down our throats.

Listed below are three of the most important issues facing our country in 2019, and I look forward to the discussion on what you think are the biggest threats and why in the comments section below.

Immigration

Putting a stop to immigration from third world ‘shit hole’ countries needs to happen, and fast. 

The UN migration compact was a test to see which way our country would go in the future. Predictably, our prime minister couldn’t sign the document fast enough, following in the footsteps of her hero, Justin Trudeau. Although there was a slight pushback, the response from National was just not good enough. Where was the fight and the outrage? Sure, they spoke out against it, but Simon Bridges showed that he really doesn’t care and truly his heart is not in it; compared to the likes of Scott Morrison and Donald Trump who took a strong stand on the issue.

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Should NZ legalise Cannibalism?

In recent years, people have been asking hard questions about the effects of Western colonisation on the New World. Many moral values that were taken to be universal are now being re-evaluated in the new light of Western oppression. Eventually, New Zealand will need to ask itself: were the British wrong to abolish cannibalism?

In British culture, there is a massive taboo around cannibalism. The act is considered even lower than barbaric, more befitting of an animal than of a human being. Famous cases such as the Sawney Bean familyhorrify British people even to this day. The taboo can be traced back at least as far as Homer and is universal in the West.

In Maori culture, before British contact, there was no such taboo. Cannibalism was rife. The act of cannibalism was, as it has been all around the world, an extremely effective black magic ritual, in which the cannibal convinced themselves that they had absorbed the power of their victim. This ritual is effective for the simple reason that it increases the ego of the cannibal and makes them more formidable in the realm of iron magic. Moral considerations didn’t come into it.

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This Week’s Horizon Research Cannabis Poll explained

By Dan McGlashan
First published by vjmpublishing.nz 

My name is Dan McGlashan, and I am the author of Understanding New Zealand, a demographic study of the Kiwi people. In this article, I will explain the results of the recent cannabis law reform poll by Horizon Research, which broke down support for the upcoming cannabis referendum by party affiliation and age.

60% of New Zealand adults would vote to legalise the recreational use of cannabis on the upcoming referendum, according to the poll, with only 24% against. 16% had no opinion. Broken down by party support, 84% of Green voters would vote yes, with 63% of Labour, 56% of New Zealand First, 49% of ACT and 33% of National voters doing likewise.

The Green, Labour and National votes don’t need much explaining. The Greens have always been the strongest supporters of cannabis, apart from the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party. Likewise, National has always opposed any effort to reform the laws. Many readers were surprised, however, to learn that support among New Zealand First voters is stronger than support among ACT voters.

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Why construction companies can go under during a construction boom

By Phil Hayward

I’ve been researching and reading about property economics for years and have a logical but saddening explanation for Christie’s post “Construction companies go under…

… in a construction boom”.

The problem with ‘construction’ in New Zealand (and in other countries with the same regulatory constraints) is the way the property markets are distorted. The businesses doing actual construction aren’t making anywhere near enough money, so you get the paradox that building firms keep going bust even while there is a shortage of housing and yet the construction sector appears to be ‘busy’.

The reason for this is that the urban land prices are inflated because the supply of land is distorted by the Council’s planning regulations and the people who own the ‘approved’ land can name their price. Developers have to somehow sell completed housing for the absolute topmost prices that the market can stand, but also recover all the price pressure jammed in when they bought the site in the first place. Builders and developers aren’t creaming it; the land vendors are. Builders and developers are trapped between a rock and a hard place: what landowners (including existing property to be redeveloped under rezoning) can gouge them for versus what the buyers of housing can stand to pay.

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‘I survived Communism: Are you ready for your turn?’

Statues remembering the victims of the Communist era in the Czech capital Prague

The article below was written by Zuzana Janosova Den Boer, who experienced Communist rule in Czechoslovakia before coming to Canada.

“Having recognized all-too familiar signs […] in my adopted country of Canada, I felt obligated to write the article below […] I do not want my adopted country to suffer the same fate as the country from which I emigrated […]“

Her warning is something all New Zealanders need to see particularly those of you who have previously voted for the Green party. That’s why I’m sharing her article in full on Whaleoil and I encourage you all to share it

An important warning for New Zealand

It was scientifically proven that communism is the only social-economic system providing the masses with justice and equality – 100% of scientists agree on this. The topic is not up for debate!”, so proclaimed my professor during one of his lectures on the subject ‘scientific communism’, while the country of Czechoslovakia was still under communist control. I was reminded of his blustery pronouncement the first time I encountered the spurious claim that “a consensus of 97% of scientists agree global warming is man-made.” Most people don’t question scientific statements because they think they are facts. They do not understand that scientific statements must always be challenged, because Science is not about ‘consensus’ideology is.

In March of 2007, the website WorldNetDaily published an article entitled Environmentalism is new communism. In it, the former Czech president, Vaclav Klaus, stated: “It becomes evident that, while discussing climate, we are not witnessing a clash of views about the environment, but a clash of views about human freedom.” He goes on to describe environmentalism as the biggest threat to freedom, democracy, the market economy and prosperity.” Klaus has also written a book: “Blue planet in green shackles”, in which he states

“communism and environmentalism have the same roots; they both suppress freedom.”

Vaclav Klaus
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Stuff does not want you to read this: Part two

The obligatory picture of harmless water vapour to illustrate a Climate Change story Business Insider

John Rofe is a chartered accountant and business consultant with 14 years of experience of research into conflicting arguments. Before that, he had some experience as a commercial fraud investigator. More recently he has studied both sides of the ‘climate change’ debate.

Part One:

Part two: An Open letter to our Minister of Climate Change James Shaw.

I suppose pictures of polar bears on small pieces of pack ice are just part of the IPCC’s and your disinformation programme. The same disinformation shows factory chimneys with water vapour billowing out which is represented as being CO2, whilst the content of the emissions, whether clean or polluted, remains unknown. This is a level of deceit your government should be railing against and not condoning or promoting. The cherry-picking of data for inclusion in graphs must surely be a source of deceit of which you are already aware? Your ministry’s advisers contribute to it, don’t they? 

Coral reefs in the warmer Papua New Guinea waters are thriving despite allegations that the warming waters of the cooler Great Barrier Reef are killing the same species of corals off.  In fact, the death and rejuvenation of Great Barrier Reef corals have always been part of the natural cycle.[…] 

We are all carbon-based life forms.  We humans breathe in air (we are told) with 410ppm of CO2 and we use much of the oxygen that we inhale for our cardiovascular systems, eventually breathing out ‘stale air’ (due to 20% of the inhaled oxygen component having been carbonated) that contains only about 16% oxygen but about 41,000 ppm of CO2

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