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It’s SIN By Daymond Duck — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

On Aug. 17, 2021, LifeSiteNews reported that conservative Bishop Joseph Strickland warned that “we are suffering as a world because of our sins (promoting abortion, homosexuality, and oppressing ordinary citizens) and failing to recognize God as the Creator and true author of life.” Strickland urged Christians to stand for the “truths of the faith” and…

via It’s SIN By Daymond Duck — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Trouble for Left in US Battleground States — The Wentworth Report

Trouble for Left in US Battleground States. By John Hinderaker. From a poll of 1,200 likely voters in 26 states where important Senate and gubernatorial races are shaping up in 2022. Generic Congressional ballots usually favor Democrats, and if the generic poll is even, it portends an excellent year for Republicans. Here, the GOP is…

via Trouble for Left in US Battleground States — The Wentworth Report

Bernie Sanders To Win Nevada Caucus As Democrat Establishment Melts Down — Infowars

 

Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to win the Nevada caucus by a landslide, according to Fox News projections.The 2020 socialist candidate is believed to be the clear winner of the third primary state with 54.3% of the vote as of 6:30 PM CST, but it’s unclear who exactly will win second and third place, though…

via Bernie Sanders To Win Nevada Caucus As Democrat Establishment Melts Down — Infowars

Newshub/Reid Research poll – February 2020 — Your NZ

The first political poll of election year is of interest but doesn’t change much. National 43.3% (down from 43.9) Labour 42.5% (up from 41.6) Greens 5.6% (down from 6.3) NZ First 3.6% (down from 4.0) ACT Party 1.8% (up from 1.4) No surprises there, all margin of error movements. On those numbers National/ACT are short […]

via Newshub/Reid Research poll – February 2020 — Your NZ

Dems can’t even run a caucus — Kiwiblog

The incompetence of the Democratic Party in Iowa has been on display. It is almost beyond belief that the day after the caucuses met, there isn’t a single official result. Not one. The reason Iowa is significant is because of the bump you get from being declared the winner on the night, and get all…

via Dems can’t even run a caucus — Kiwiblog

Ardern’s Election Transparency Pledge as Hollow as Her ‘Most Open and Transparent Government’ Pledge — The BFD

 

Duncan Garner is brutal about Jacinda Ardern’s “smiling drivel” or her pledge for Labour to be transparent and truthful with election campaigning this year. So the PM wants to be relentlessly positive in a factual campaign run by Facebook’s rules. Pass me a giant sick bag and send me a second one just in case.…

via Ardern’s Election Transparency Pledge as Hollow as Her ‘Most Open and Transparent Government’ Pledge — The BFD

New Zealand Needs Binding Referenda — The BFD

 

Those of us who call New Zealand home generally appreciate not just the beauty and diversity of our natural surroundings, but the atmosphere and culture that allows us to try new things and work to our strengths. This is provided within the framework of western civilisation which is based on Greek democracy and objective morality,…

via New Zealand Needs Binding Referenda — The BFD

Lord Ashcroft: Labour support solidifies as expectations grow of a Tory win. My final election dashboard. — Conservative Home

 

Lord Ashcroft KCMG PC is an international businessman, philanthropist, author and pollster. For more information about his work, visit http://www.lordashcroft.com and http://www.lordashcroftpolls.com. The final round of my general election polling dashboard, based on 4,046 interviews between 5 and 9 December, shows clear Conservative leads on most measures – but with Labour support continuing to harden at the expense…

via Lord Ashcroft: Labour support solidifies as expectations grow of a Tory win. My final election dashboard. — Conservative Home

Poll That Predicted Trump Win In 2016: Warren Catching Up To Biden, But That Could Be Bad News For Democrats — Daily Wire

A new poll by Investor’s Business Daily found that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has pulled to within striking distance of front-runner Joe Biden, movement that follows the former vice president’s repeated gaffs and comes amid glowing coverage of Warren by major media outlets.

via Poll That Predicted Trump Win In 2016: Warren Catching Up To Biden, But That Could Be Bad News For Democrats — Daily Wire

Importance of Leadership to a Party’s Fortunes. — The BFD | Media

It is interesting how leaders of political parties react to opinion polls. They, not unexpectedly, react positively if the polls are favouring their party or themselves and negatively if they don’t. The polls, of course, are only a guide to people’s thinking at the time of publication. The other factor in determining the numbers is…

via Importance of Leadership to a Party’s Fortunes. — The BFD | Media

Why Bridges Gets No Traction on Jacinda — WOBH | Media

Simon Bridges is constantly criticised for his accent, for being boring, for failing to have any public appeal, and for failing to hold a poorly performing government to account. Many of those criticisms are justified. But there is a reason why he can’t get any hits on the prime minister. It’s because, as soon as…

via Why Bridges Gets No Traction on Jacinda — WOBH | Media

Newslinks for Tuesday 16 July 2019 — Conservative Home

 

Leadership 1) Battle for leadership turns into love-in “Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt turned their final showdown into a love-in last night. The pair, facing off in The Sun/talkRADIO debate, repeatedly backed each other on key issues — with Hunt even promising Boris a top job if he wins the battle for…

via Newslinks for Tuesday 16 July 2019 — Conservative Home

HDPA says Ardern can’t make tough calls — Kiwiblog

HDPA writes: I’m still not convinced our Prime Minister has what it takes to make tough calls.Jacinda Ardern has finally unveiled her much-anticipated cabinet reshuffle, and once again, she just couldn’t make the tough call to demote someone.She’s taken the Housing Minister job off Phil Twyford and she’s given it to Megan Woods, which means…

via HDPA says Ardern can’t make tough calls — Kiwiblog

Did Morrison win, or did Shorten lose? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Yes, against all predictions, Scott Morrison pulled off the impossible. He won the election. People who had a hunch he might win, and placed bets, cleaned up. The odds were good … bookmakers were certain he could not win. One bookmaker paid out before the election, so convinced were they he had no chance. They…

via Did Morrison win, or did Shorten lose? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Hate Speech? Or Speech they Hate!

It is not hate speech that is being banned, but speech that the Left hate.

New Conservative has received a large amount of interest over the last few weeks but in the last 24 hours on-line subscriptions and members have spiked to an all time high.

The reason is primarily because social media platforms and news websites have blocked comments from some key New Conservative spokespeople. This clearly demonstrates that while these platforms think they can decide what people see and hear, the evidence clearly points to people being fed up with such muzzling and politically correct nonsense and are looking for a voice to stand up and say what they are longing to have said.

New Conservative has been at the forefront of the freedom of speech debate in New Zealand. Its deputy leader, Elliot Ikilei, has recently been the target of denial of service actions from social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter for describing transgenderism as requiring “compassion and tolerance,” and for a clip showing an assault on families at a political rally by young men of a nearby township. Most New Zealanders are now becoming aware of the direct censorship of conservative speakers and those who are wanting to engage in robust debate.

We are in desperate need of men and women with the backbone to stand up to the imminent threat of ‘thought shaping’ that the current government and social media clearly promote.

“When a platform disallows someone to refer to scientific fact and verified occurrences, be aware that you are living in a state of growing tyranny where independent thought is actively discouraged. This has been happening in education for some years and New Conservative will not stand by and let the basic right of free speech and to be informed be snatched away from the men, women and children of New Zealand,” says Leighton Baker, New Conservative Leader.

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Time for the Disruptor — TrueblueNZ

 

It took twenty eight years to pull down the Berlin wall. The sclerotic secular progressive condition of New Zealand politics has stayed in place a lot longer. The wall was built over night, trapping East Berliners fast in the mire of Soviet Communism. For those unfamiliar with the its history, it was built in 1961 […]

via Time for the Disruptor — TrueblueNZ

Not our government — The Wentworth Report

 

Not our government, by Arthur Chrenkoff. It’s pretty much a hard political law that when the right loses an election they tend to blame themselves (“it was the infighting – the bloody moderates/conservatives [delete as appropriate] destabilised the party” or “what a shitty campaign that was; what idiots do we have in charge at the […]

via Not our government — The Wentworth Report

What is the Far Left Saying About the Australian Election Result? — The Wentworth Report

What is the Far Left Saying About the Australian Election Result? In an act of collective madness Australia has given its malevolent,ignorant and corrupt version of the Trump administration a third term — Phillip Adams (@PhillipAdams_1) May 18, 2019 Here some of the comments on Adams’ twit. These people really have tickets on themselves as […]

via What is the Far Left Saying About the Australian Election Result? — The Wentworth Report

Politics is the art of the possible — Your NZ

I’ve heard “politics is the art of the possible’ a couple of times over the last few days. Ex Green MP @KevinHague (now chief executive of Forest & Bird) expanded on it: I’ve been thinking about “politics is the art of the possible”. Part of the art is recognising possibilities. And part of it is […]

via Politics is the art of the possible — Your NZ

Dunne slates Mallard — Kiwiblog

The Herald reports: Former MP Peter Dunne has weighed in to the parliamentary rancour swirling around Speaker Trevor Mallard’s rulings, accusing him of “compromising the presumed impartiality” of his role.Dunne, who was a minister in Labour and National governments, said Labour member Mallard seemed “hell-bent” on changing the role of Speaker from its traditional independence…

via Dunne slates Mallard — Kiwiblog

CURL: An Endless Stream Of Dumb Flows Forth From AOC — Daily Wire

There is, apparently, nothing too dumb for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to say. The media darling, a democratic socialist who won a House seat from New York and hasn’t stopped posting on social media long enough to get any actual work done for her constituents, keeps lowering the bar — and then somehow limboing under it…

via CURL: An Endless Stream Of Dumb Flows Forth From AOC — Daily Wire

Jacinda’s inner circle — Kiwiblog

A premium article at the Herald “reveals” Jacinda’s inner circle. I’m more interested in roles, than names. The roles are: Her electorate agentA former Young Labour activist now in the PM’s OfficeHer Chief of StaffHer Deputy Chief of Staff (about to become CoS)Her Chief Press SecretaryHelen’s Chief of Staff (H2)Labour’s former Deputy Leader (Annette)Her former…

via Jacinda’s inner circle — Kiwiblog

Politics cost me my job: Part two of Lisa Littman’s story — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Lisa Littman identified a new type of gender dysphoria (referred to as Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria [or ROGD]). Quote. The worst outcome for me personally was losing my consulting job over this issue. Shortly after my paper came out, some local clinicians who are opposed to my research wrote a letter of complaint about the…

via Politics cost me my job: Part two of Lisa Littman’s story — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The Days of Even General Consensus Seem Lost — The Wentworth Report

 

The Days of Even General Consensus Seem Lost (by LBNexaminer.com) Ed Note: I found this editorial particularly poignant in it’s explanation of what is happening throughout Western civilization. Its application is universal and shows how we’re truly going down the rabbit hole into unprecedented territory for the experiment of self governing societies. As the editorial points out: Not […]

via The Days of Even General Consensus Seem Lost — The Wentworth Report

This is not politics — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

When a handful of deranged psychopaths plan and carry out a mass murder it has nothing to do with politics. These unhinged simpletons are not capitalists nor socialists, right wing nor left wing, they are executioners whose moment of glory could only be experienced through an act of incomprehensible evil. The Nazi Hitler Youth Movement…

via This is not politics — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Kamala Harris Wants To Legalize Prostitution! — New Conservative Movement

 

PHOTO: Getty Images Article by Bryan Howard February 27, 2019 The Democrats are embracing the idea of legalizing prostitution in the United States. California Senator and Democrat front Runner for 2020 Kamala Harris gave an interview with ‘The Root’ where she called for decriminalizing sex work. Kamala Harris stated to the Root, “There is an […]

via Kamala Harris Wants To Legalize Prostitution! — New Conservative Movement

David Moffett Versus the Political Class — TrueblueNZ

 

There’s a new guy on the NZ political scene. David Moffett has joined the board of the re-invigorated Conservative Party (now the New Conservatives) and its a move that already has the progressive propagandists who pose as NZ’s mainstream media furiously biting their nails. Mr. Moffett has an extraordinary record of real success in the […]

via David Moffett Versus the Political Class — TrueblueNZ

Ocasio-Cortez Gets Nasty With Steve Scalise, Her Supporters Threaten Him. His Response Is Perfect. — Daily Wire

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) got nasty with Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) on Saturday after he accurately characterized comments she made in a recent interview. In response to Scalise, her followers made violent and threatening remarks toward Scalise, who was nearly murdered in 2017 by a Democratic terrorist.

via Ocasio-Cortez Gets Nasty With Steve Scalise, Her Supporters Threaten Him. His Response Is Perfect. — Daily Wire

1 News Colmar poll – November 2018 — Your NZ

National have bounced back in the latest Colmar Brunton poll, seemingly having survived the Jami-Lee Ross saga. National 46% (up from 43) Labour 43% (down from 45) Greens 5% (down from 7) NZ First 4% (down from 5) ACT 1% (up from 0) Maori Party 1% (no change) Refuse to answer 3%, undecided 10%. Fieldwork […]

via 1 News Colmar poll – November 2018 — Your NZ