Tag Archives: Newstalk ZB

Most Badly Spent Public Money — The BFD

The fourth annual Taxpayers’ Union Annual Jonesy Awards for 2021 were announced at the Beehive last week. Below is a BFD transcription of Mike Hosking’s comments on Newstalk ZB on Monday 8 November at 7:45 am 3.4 minutes in. Transcript: I noticed over the weekend, to absolutely no fanfare whatsoever, that the Taxpayers Union handed…

Most Badly Spent Public Money — The BFD

Keep This Friday Morning Free: Author of He Puapua Will Be on NewstalkZB — The BFD

Twiddling your thumbs while still at Level 3 this Friday morning? Well, here’s your big chance to ask all the questions you have been wanting to ask about He Puapua, including whether Maori truly covet their own House of Parliament. Newstalk ZB will have Claire Charters, author of the He Puapua Report, as its guest.…

Keep This Friday Morning Free: Author of He Puapua Will Be on NewstalkZB — The BFD

Kate Hawkesby: ‘We should be eternally grateful.’ — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 2 November 2020Family First Comment: Once again, Kate completely nails it…“I found the pro-campaign heavily one sided. It was bolstered by the Drug Foundation and Helen Clark… all of whom put out endless amounts of information, or should I say misinformation – from it being about medicinal, to it coming out of the hands…

via Kate Hawkesby: ‘We should be eternally grateful.’ — Family First NZ

Mike’s Minute: We made the right call on cannabis — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 2 November 2020Family First Comment: Well said, Mike….“The Drug Foundation, an apolitical organisation, should be ashamed of itself, and it’s just as well the Chief Executive has quit because he was the chief instigator. Helen Clark should have known better. And as for her polls which told a completely different story to the real…

via Mike’s Minute: We made the right call on cannabis — Family First NZ

Kate Hawkesby: Legislation will never stop a black market — Family First NZ

 

NewsTalk ZB 28 February 2020Family First Comment: Exactly. ‘Legalisation’ increases the demand and use, while ‘regulation’ simply empowers the black market because drug users don’t do ‘regulation’! Never have. Never will. The very week the government looks to legislate on vaping, guess what happens? To serve as a reminder I guess that you can do whatever…

via Kate Hawkesby: Legislation will never stop a black market — Family First NZ

Transcript: (Part 2) Legalised marijuana in Colorado — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Mike: I was going to ask you about that. You’re not medical of course, but medically speaking are we getting a read on what’s happening there in hospitals and medical clinics? Ray: Ah, definitely an increase in visits due to a lot of different things, a lot of psychotic episodes, mental health issues, our rehab…

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Mike Hosking: Legalising cannabis makes no sense — Family First NZ

 

NZ Herald 23 May 2019Family First Comment: Mike Hosking nails it!“Mobile phone use in cars is illegal, buying alcohol when drunk is illegal, domestic violence is illegal. Yet it all still happens. Using the justification for the cannabis vote, why don’t we throw our hands up and legalise it all… They promote legalising weed when they’re…

via Mike Hosking: Legalising cannabis makes no sense — Family First NZ

Things that make me go hmm — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

On the 9am news yesterday on Newstalk, there were two conflicting news items. First, there was an item about mosques being guarded by police during Ramadan. This was followed by an item about Mallard talking to the Turkey President assuring the president that the attack on the 15th of March was a one-off. So the…

via Things that make me go hmm — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Whaleoil transcript: Ardern on NZ First’s absence from her speech & KiwiBuild — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Newstalk ZB recording starts at 12:54 Mike Did you read Fran O’Sullivan’s piece on your state of the nation speech last week? Jacinda Ah… I’ve… I’ve had a precis of it. (snorts) Mike Woolliness will not cut it. She ends the… Jacinda And I have to say that I really disagree with that assessment and…

via Whaleoil transcript: Ardern on NZ First’s absence from her speech & KiwiBuild — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Is this mummy brain? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Mike Hosking had to chase Jacinda Ardern down for straight answers to many of his questions this week. He failed. But is it too much to expect the prime minister to have answers at her fingertips? Hosking asked why Ardern has not met with, and has no immediate plans to meet with China, our largest…

via Is this mummy brain? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Join the dots: Sroubek – Hardcore – Ardern — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Michael Woodhouse has been doing a fine job in Parliament, chipping away at Iain Lees-Galloway and exposing the information surrounding Sroubek’s immigration status. His latest efforts in the house today were rewarded by an admission from Ms Ardern that she received a text from Richie Hardcore when Sroubek was initially granted residency. Newstalkzb has the…

via Join the dots: Sroubek – Hardcore – Ardern — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

More ‘new information’ that prompted reconsideration of Sroubek residency — Your NZ

A report that there was more new information that prompted a reconsideration of the Sroubrek residency decision than that he had returned voluntarily to the Czech republic. Exclusive: Details surrounding Karel Sroubek’s residency revealedhttps://t.co/Uk6KGWuZAO pic.twitter.com/SuMFNOCHhV — Newstalk ZB (@NewstalkZB) October 31, 2018 Newstalk ZB: Details surrounding Karel Sroubek’s residency revealed Yesterday, Newstalk ZB revealed Sroubek […]

via More ‘new information’ that prompted reconsideration of Sroubek residency — Your NZ

Labour MP told off for telling the truth — Kiwiblog

The Herald reports: Labour backbencher Greg O’Connor has received a “stern phone call” from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern after criticising her handling of Clare Curran’s resignation. O’Connor told Heather du Plessis-Allan on NewstalkZB today that Ardern’s handling of Curran’s decision to resign on Friday “could have been done better”. “Yeah it could have been done better, I…

via Labour MP told off for telling the truth — Kiwiblog

Leighton Smith slams the climate fraudsters — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Leighton Smith has always been of the few out there calling out the fraud that is climate change. His recent column on the topic has led to Greg Presland at The Standard calling for him to be attacked for daring to have a different view, the commenters of course all pile in and plenty of…

via Leighton Smith slams the climate fraudsters — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Herald unimpressed with Ardern’s misleading statements — Kiwiblog

The Herald editorial: Reasonable candour with the public — or “transparency” as she likes to call it — is another of the qualities we should be able to expect from a Prime Minister. At 8am yesterday morning, a few hours before Curran’s resignation was to be announced, Ardern was asked by Newstalk ZB’s Chris Lynch…

via Herald unimpressed with Ardern’s misleading statements — Kiwiblog

Nigel Farage’s ‘populist revolt’ not very popular hear — Your NZ

 

Nigel Farage is in New Zealand. He claims a populist revolt is going to “sweep the entire western world”. Going by the response to his visit there is not much sweeping going on here. Newstalk ZB: Nigel Farage arrives in country, says populist revolt is here to stay Nigel Farage will be telling New Zealanders […]

via Nigel Farage’s ‘populist revolt’ not very popular hear — Your NZ

Aussie Green candidate called for necrophilia and bestiality to be legalised — Kiwiblog

NewstalkZB reports: A Greens candidate running for a state seat in Sydney previously wrote an article calling for sex with corpses to be made legal. Party candidate Tom Raue argued that necrophilia was harmless, but he has since backtracked saying it “is a joke”, Daily Mail Australia reported. In the article, which was written for…

via Aussie Green candidate called for necrophilia and bestiality to be legalised — Kiwiblog

Massey vice chancellor Jan Thomas tries to explain Brash ban — Your NZ

After controversially barred Don Brash yesterday from speaking by cancelling a student political society event at Massey University, vice Chancellor Jan Thomas tried to explain this in an interview on Newstalk ZB. Massey University defends barring Don Brash Larry Williams: What were the reasons for cancelling? Jan Thomas: The reason we cancelled was because the […]

via Massey vice chancellor Jan Thomas tries to explain Brash ban — Your NZ

Kerre McIvor backs Hosking — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Kerre McIvor backs Mike Hosking in his attacks on whingers who earn more than $100,000 and are crying poverty: Quote: I think it’s nonsense for people to cry poverty when they’re earning more than $100,000. My colleague on NewstalkZB Mike Hosking was scathing this week of those earning six figures who were crying poor. He understood…

via Kerre McIvor backs Hosking — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

HRC recommendations to protect Islam discriminate against Maori — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The recommendations of the New Zealand Human Rights Commission to protect Islam with “disharmonious speech” laws will have wide-ranging impacts on both Maori and our wider society if they are implemented. Canterbury Maori academic Melissa Derby on NewstalkZB expressed her concern about a submission by the New Zealand Human Rights Commission to the United Nations. She said that…

via HRC recommendations to protect Islam discriminate against Maori — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Face of the day — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Today’s face of the day Mark Watson has called for Israel Folau “to rot in hell” and that was perhaps the least offensive thing he said while ranting on @NewstalkZB’s ‘Weekend Sport.’ To hear all of what he said listen to the video below. Why are the same people who called loudly for Israel Faolu…

via Face of the day — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Exposed: Human trafficking happening right here in NZ — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 16 April 2018Family First Comment: No surprises, unfortunately, when prostitution is decriminalised and legitimised At least three investigations probing the scale of human trafficking in New Zealand are underway as examples of restaurant workers being underpaid and sex workers being blackmailed come to light. The cases are revealed as part of a Herald investigation into…

via Exposed: Human trafficking happening right here in NZ — Family First NZ

Shocking report: Elderly restrained in chairs all day at rest homes — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 26 March 2018Family First Comment: “It follows warnings from the Human Rights Commission about the large number of older Kiwis in facilities where “lived experience is being locked within a building with no exit”.”Add euthanasia (and the culture of coercion) to the mix, and you have a recipe for disaster! http://www.rejectassistedsuicide.nz Rest home residents…

via Shocking report: Elderly restrained in chairs all day at rest homes — Family First NZ

Kate Hawkesby on Labour’s sex scandal — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Kate Hawkesby writes at the NewstalkZB: The Labour Party Summer camp scandal, I think we can safely call it a scandal now, has thrown up many issues. One of which appears to be, at what age is a kid no longer a kid? At 16, kids have a right to privacy, they can have sex,…

via Kate Hawkesby on Labour’s sex scandal — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

An Acting PM who can’t talk on anything the Government is doing — Kiwiblog

Mike Hosking on NewstalkZB revealed during his breakfast show that Labour’s Acting Prime Minister is not allowed to talk on any current issues around the Government because he hasn’t been briefed on them!! FFS, he is the Acting Prime Minister and he can’t even answer questions on radio about the issues of the day. This…

via An Acting PM who can’t talk on anything the Government is doing — Kiwiblog

Kate Sheppard will be turning in her grave — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The main reaction NewstalkZb was referring to was a man grabbing a woman by the breast. According to our law that is a sexual assault. We are supposedly a country that respects women’s rights. Only ideology’s like Islam justify men assaulting women and blame the women for being raped for not covering up. Is NewstalkZB…

via Kate Sheppard will be turning in her grave — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Religious beliefs mean English midwife faces deportation — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 28 November 2017Family First Comment: What the….!!!???“She married her New Zealand husband Matt a year ago, but because of their religious beliefs they didn’t live together before marriage. Witt told Mike Hosking that because of this, when she applied for a partner visa it was denied. “They said that our relationship doesn’t count…

via Religious beliefs mean English midwife faces deportation — Family First NZ

Backlash from Australia against transgender weightlifter — Family First NZ

NewsTalk ZB 24 November 2017Family First Comment: It was always going to end in tears…#DenyingBiology Australia’s weightlifting chief says New Zealand’s selection of transgender athlete Laurel Hubbard will create an uneven playing field at next year’s Commonwealth Games. Hubbard, who will compete in the 90kg-plus division on the Gold Coast, will be the first transgender…

via Backlash from Australia against transgender weightlifter — Family First NZ

The interesting Wikipedia edits of Golriz Gharhaman — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Golriz Ghahraman has been caught out being at best economical with the truth. She claimed on NewstalkZB yesterday all sorts of things, none of which stack up. I looked through her Wikipedia page which at present states under education and professional life: Ghahraman has a Masters degree in International Human Rights Law from the University of…

via The interesting Wikipedia edits of Golriz Gharhaman — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media