March 26, 2019 - The History of New Zealand through a Libertarian Anarchist lens. Please enjoy the ideas and let me know what you think.

1940: Bathing Beauty Contests

By AHNZ

Every 20 or so years we go through certain phases. The one I’m interested in at the moment and trying to plot is the Physical Culture phase. “The event saw a record attendance, with over 1000 cars parked there.” So I’m sharing this to remind myself that here is such a phase occurring during 1940. […]

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March 12, 2019

Maori Frozen Food?

By AHNZ

Countdown supermarket’s frozen food section, as others, has been translated into Maori. Banning plastic bags (later became law anyway) and behaviour like this is simply the supermarket branding themselves to the current Victimhood Culture majority. They’re not causing the strange cultural phases we go through, just acting as a multiplying effect for it. Countdown, in […]

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March 11, 2019

1950s: Conquered Pacific Theatre Converted into Americana

By AHNZ

New Zealand is a cultural colony of America so here’s an interesting twist about how Pacific culture came to us (even though we’re actually IN the Pacific) via The Sates. When English nations invade/fight overseas they bring back the spoils and the values. It’s actually part of what makes us great, we recognise what is […]

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March 10, 2019

1980s: Sketching Shoes

By AHNZ

Why did shoe adverts have to be drawn by hand back in the 1980s? I knew a guy who did that for a job…   Although colour photos would have been fully technically possible and made for better advertisements to sell more shoes, copyright prohibited the use of photography. It was a brand protection.   […]

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March 8, 2019

Labour Finance Ministers

By AHNZ

Funny quote about the Labour Party… “Since..before the party came to power in 1935, some Labour people say that the party has lacked a brilliant financier who was at the same time a socialist.”- Hobbes (1967) Do I even need to say it? Intelligence and capability with national accounts is mutually exclusive with socialism! Hobbes’ […]

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March 7, 2019

1936: Apirana Ngata joins National Party

By AHNZ

“National Party has never been a natural fit for Maori”- Barry Soper, 2018 That’s not true, there was a very good fit with Dignity Culture Maori but these were swept away by the Victimhood Culture Maori who found common cause in the guise of Ratana who gave their “brown mandate” to Victimhood Culture Labour 1.0. […]

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March 7, 2019

1947: Socialised Dentistry for Kids

By AHNZ

From Feb 1 1947, Labour 1.0 socialised dentistry for everyone up to the age of 16. Called the Adolescent Dental Service then, I think it’s now termed the General Dental Benefits Scheme. Later the age was shifted to 18yo. I assume this was a socialist election promise to help Labour 1.0 stay in power beyond […]

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March 6, 2019

Have your say

By AHNZ

Thank you for your suggestion, we’ll put it in the suggestion box we refer to when making our political decisions. The thing is, my naive friend, my not-an-anarchist-yet friend, we don’t give a damn what you think. That was a feint, theatre, a pretence to get the sanction of you: the victim. Actually we know […]

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March 6, 2019

1973: Nazi Role Models

By AHNZ

1973, Why is the Woman’s Weekly reader concerned about how things worked out for the Nazi reproductive/social strategy? My answer is that there is a healthy drive in every one of us to know the long-term consequences of different life choices. We want to know that the good go to heaven and the evil to […]

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March 5, 2019

1901: Shoot the Boer

By AHNZ

1901: A New Zealand Rough Rider’s grim work involved burning down farm houses and killing sheep. This picture has just been re-released in colourised form. War is hell. Apart from putting each other in the ground with bullets, Boer and British also took the war to livestock and shelters. My guess is this emaciated looking […]

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March 4, 2019

Parasitism by Victimhood

By AHNZ

When it comes to Victimhood Culture (VC) I’m still on a journey of discovery. A great deal of it in theory and in our history I do understand, much more than I’ve yet set down. That’s why I made a brief effort to jot down the rudimentary fabric of VC within the larger framework of […]

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March 3, 2019