Olivia Pierson

Olivia Pierson’s take on the Hager hit

I have learned with the New Zealand media, that whenever a story gets sprayed out in a one-sided fashion from almost every single media orifice known to man, it is monumentally out of sync with the facts and an attempt at propaganda; eg -?Donald Trump is just a buffoon and could never win the Presidency,? or, ?It would be a total economic disaster for the UK if they vote to exit the EU,? and the more recent, ?New Zealand is suffering from an embedded rape culture.?

This being the case, when I read this week?s media hype about Nicky Hager?s latest piece of scurrilous handiwork (co authored by Jon Stephenson), I sighed – here we go again!

Hager & Stephenson?s new book Hit and Run about the New Zealand Defence Force?s 2010 ?Operation Burnham? security raid into two Afghanistan villages of Baghlan Province, has resulted in a widespread call for an official inquiry to see whether or not our Special Air Service (SAS) is guilty of War Crimes. The book claims the SAS conducted the raid as a ?vengeance mission? over the death of Lieutenant Tim O’Donnell in Bamiyan Province at the hands of Taliban insurgents.

New Zealand Forces have been in Afghanistan since 2001 under the wider auspices of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). The New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) operated out of Bamiyan Province until 2013. The SAS have accomplished some amazing acts of heroism against the savage forces of the Taliban, resulting in the much deserved decoration of some of the team.

The Taliban have been a brutal foe, employing all the same tactics as the Islamic State, adhering to an intensely orthodox interpretation of Islam (in other words, taking their Koran and Hadith seriously). They have been, and continue to be, hugely funded by Pakistan & Saudi Arabia drawing many fighters from there, and also drawing from the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan, the Pashtuns (originally of Iranian descent).

That doesn’t matter of course. ?We need to treat them properly and ensure everything is done to preserve their human rights, no matter what they do. ?? Read more »

Is Whaleoil the secret ingredient?

There is a new political show on Face T.V called” Stirring the Pot” and only 138 people so far have watched its very first episode.

They then decided to add some Whaleoil to the pot.

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Stirring the Pot something to watch tonight at 8:30pm on Sky 083

This is a taster of something I have been working on for a couple of weeks.

I was invited to appear by the host Brendhan Lovegrove and my co-panelist.

Each week we pull a random topic from the pot and have at it. ? Read more »

Guest Post: New Zealand Media Afflicted with Bad Case of TDS

A guest post by Olivia Pierson.

Trump Derangement Syndrome is sweeping the world afflicting populations everywhere: male, female, black, white, young and old – nobody with half a brain is immune.? Media outlets have become the most venomous transmitters of this epidemic, along with cultural snobs, self-styled feminists and pussy-whipped Beta, Delta and Gamma males.? The reach of the syndrome is enormous, originating in American newsrooms and Hollywood parties, swiftly spreading across the Eurozone and Middle East, before settling in the great bottom of the South Pacific deep inside the bowels of Australasian news entities. New Zealand has a particularly bad case, evidenced by daily dysentery sprayed out of media outlets all over the country; sadly, like all diarrhea, it?s highly smelly and contagious (and irreversible).
Public citizens need to be vigilant in identifying the symptoms of TDS which may include: ? Read more »

New best seller on Amazon by Kiwi author Olivia Pierson

New Best Seller on Amazon: Kiwi Olivia Pierson delivers a short, historical, eloquent overview on the best values of Western Civilization and their current enemies in the world today, namely: Islamists, modern feminists, multiculturalists, and free-speech muzzlers.? 99c on Amazon for only a few more days.

There is only one path to shining the light of understanding on the times in which we live, and that is to know our place in history. Contrary to the common notion that history is a dull and dusty topic, Western Values Defended is a punchy and relevant overview of the greatest gems of Western civilization, and how they came to define the daily character of individual liberty in the West. Short, sharp and on point, this little book is for everybody who cares about the future of freedom, for those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

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Guest Post – Multiculturalism?s Treachery

16/10/09 TODAY Picture by Tal Cohen - Muslims protest outside Geert Wilders press conference in central London 16 October 2009, Wilders who faces prosecution in the Netherlands for anti-Islam remarks pays visit to the capital. The Freedom Party leader said 'Lord Malcolm Pearson has invited me to come to the House of Lords to discuss our future plans to show Fitna the movie.' Wilders won an appeal on October 13 against a ban, enforced in February, from entering Britain. Ministers felt his presence would threaten public safety and lead to interfaith violence. (Photo by Tal Cohen) All Rights Reserved ? Tal Cohen - T: +44 (0) 7852 485 415 www.talcohen.net Email: tal.c.photo@gmail.com Local copyright law applies to all print & online usage. Fees charged will comply with standard space rates and usage for that country, region or state.

by Olivia Pierson

What do North Korea, Russia, Iran, Syria ? and the Zealots of Multiculturalism all have in common?? Communism? No. Religion? No. Totalitarianism? Close. It is hatred of the West.

Since 1776 America has stood as the great symbol of Western ideals; Reason, Freedom & Democracy.? More specifically, these ideals have evolved into becoming the hallmarks of all modern democracies in the Anglosphere and Europe; separation of religion from state (religious tolerance), the emancipation of women and children, a commitment to scientific discovery, freedom of speech and of the press, and the right to self determination.

I challenge anyone in the world to point to a group of human beings anywhere, who stand for anything nobler than the above political and cultural achievements. If Socrates? words ?know thyself? mean anything to us, then we in the West must be clear about what defines our civilisation?s daily character, for its creation is exceptional in the affairs of humankind.? ? Read more »

Comment of the Day

From the post about ISIS, Olivia Pierson writes:

I’m so glad you put this up Cameron. I have to say I felt a twinge of disgust when I read Andrea Vance’s op-ed; again with the staggeringly militant ignorance of NZ journalism on geopolitical issues which deeply matter!

Firstly – Vance says; “In the last two decades, Iraq has not been far off the military radar.

Military intervention to eliminate weapons of mass destruction was built?on a fallacy, years of slaughter failed to remove the threat of terrorism or install democracy.”

The removal of the psychopathic Saddam Hussein Baathist regime was inevitable and appallingly long-overdue, a reality which Tony Blair knew along with President Bush – hence the Anglo-American coalition to overthrow it. The questions around WMD was only ONE of the reasons which put this coalition on the right side of history.

According to the United Nations, there are four egregious acts where breaking even one of them, can and should result in regime change; Saddam broke all four:
1 – committing genocide (against the Kurds),
2 – the invasion of a neighbouring state (Iran & Kuwait),
3 – proliferating nuclear weapons (Saddam himself boasted that Iraq was on its way to acquiring a centrifuge (we now know he only had a blueprint) and remember the 550 metric tons of yellow cake airlifted out of Iraq and shipped straight to Canada in 2008? Should the world have just taken a violent psychopath’s word that the enriched uranium was intended for peaceful purposes only?)
4 – aiding and abetting terrorism (Saddam was a renowned and prolific supporter of terrorism to many Islamist militant organisations, among them Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, head of Al-Qaeda in Iraq, who moved freely between Afghanistan, Syria, Jordan and Iraq – a fact which obviates Saddam’s blessing.) Read more »