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Government Pays Wages for 110 ‘Journalists’

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Back in September this year, NZ On Air, the agency that administers the government’s $55m Public Interest Journalism Fund, announced $18m of funding “for an additional 110 journalists* across Aotearoa with a specific mandate to produce stories that keep New Zealanders informed and engaged, and support a healthy democracy.”

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When Fiat Currency Stops Being Money

With money-printing rampant around the world, to pay for covid related largess, the signs are there that a tsunami of inflation is coming and with it, the devaluation of national currencies at the expense of the citizenry.

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Pacific Islands Fishing for Climate Cash

Almost No Islands Are Actually ‘Sinking’ — So Why the Hysteria?

An analysis of more than 600 coral reef islands in the Pacific and Indian Oceans showed that some 40 per cent remained stable while another 40 per cent increased in area.

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Exposing the Real Jacinda Ardern

Trevor Loudon describes himself as “an author, filmmaker and public speaker from Christchurch, New Zealand who, for more than 30 years, has researched radical left, Marxist and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics.

Louden is openly anti-communist, and there’s no crime in that. What is really interesting is the links he has uncovered in New Zealand’s Labour Party and Prime Minister Adern, to communist organisations and affiliations to them.

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Definitions of Terrorism
This just seemed appropriate somehow…

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Inside DARPA: The Pentagon’s Brain

The internet, GPS, voice recognition programs like Siri – many of the technologies that we use today were developed with national security in mind. These inventions and many others began as projects of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the US Defense Department’s secretive military research agency.

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