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Will the Labour led government ask for an independent inquiry into the SAS in Bamyan Province?

The Editor,  The Dominion Post,  Wellington

7 March, 2018

Dear Editor:

The scale of cultural changes required to contain climate disruption is fundamental and terrifying to people of most political persuasions.   National won the last election (a continuing 44% vote) primarily because it had been so persistent in doing nothing significant about climate change, thus blunting that terror.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Former PM’s declaration on Afghanistan no longer believeable

The Editor,  The Dominion Post,  Wellington

14 February, 2018

Dear Editor:

The cultural changes required to contain the worst of climate disruption and the threat of nuclear weapons are fundamental and terrifying to people of most political persuasions.   National won the last election (a continuing 44% vote) primarily because it has been so persistent in doing nothing significant about climate change, thus blunting that terror.  Read the rest of this entry »


Advice of self-respect and forward thinking, from Aotearoa Independence Movement, Murray Horton, Christchurch

24/10/2017

Chief Reporter

HEY JACINDA

Let’s Do THIS!

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Letter to Sunday Star-Times on the ‘big lie’ election

The Editor,  The Sunday Star Times,  Auckland

2 October, 2017

Dear Editor:

So much for the old shallow saw, “three terms for one lot, then throw them out for the other lot”. The post-truth era has arrived in New Zealand, not just the States.  Read the rest of this entry »


Response to Kathryn Ryan’s discussion on negotiations (2 October)

Hello Kathryn,

Understanding negotiations to ‘form a government’ must take into account the deeper influences on the voting result or more surprizes (‘post truth’,’donald trump’) could confound you.  Read the rest of this entry »


PM English trying to act like John Key or not?

The Editor,  The Dominion Post,  Wellington

15 April, 2017

Dear editor,

The SAS Afghanistan incident centres on the story of the villagers. Unless any analyst goes directly to the villagers, or at least to the testimony of the villagers, then s/he cannot claim to have examined all the relevant information on the subject.  Read the rest of this entry »


Conspiracy theory accusations are growing, version 2

The Editor,  The Listener,  Private Bag 92512,  Wellesley St.,  Auckland 1141

18 April, 2017

Dear Editor,

Attempts to denigrate critics with the accusation of ‘conspiracy theory’ are growing. Not that it is an unknown tactic; in fact it is time honoured.  Read the rest of this entry »