Legitimate terrorist designation or cloaked threat?

Author: Tessa. Is the government’s “terrorist group” designation merely a cloaked threat to anti-mandate protestors? In the wake of the Parliament Protest, (which the government likened to the January 6, 2021 Capitol insurrection attempt in Washington DC), the ol’ “Single Source of Truth” has designated US-groups The Proud Boys and The Base as “terrorist organisations”….

A class-war in NZ?

By Tessa. Is the division we have been feeling in NZ over the last two years now simply settling into a ‘good old-fashioned’ class war? One where ‘class’ is now defined by moral virtue, not so much as the school you went to. There was a particular tone behind the words of people who expressed…

What is to become of our NZ?

The raison d’être of Resistance Kiwi remains intact and strong despite the set-back at New Zealand Parliament on Wednesday 2 March, with the brutal eviction of Profest22 by the Police. This website and the people who’ve joined want to see the vaccine mandates and certificates gone – removed immediately. It’s not an unreasonable request in…

Resistance Kiwi condemns violence

Resistance Kiwi believes in peaceful resistance. The only way to make meaningful and lasting change in our country is through non-violent demonstrations. It is extremely regrettable that a few people decided to respond non-peacefully against the Police at Parliament on Wednesday 2 March. We do not condone that behaviour because it sets back our legitimate…

Grant Robertson condoned sprinkler prank

The churlish pranks by the Speaker of the House Trevor Mallard in the first week of Profest22 (Camp Freedom) were not just of his own volition, but it appears were also condoned by Grant Robertson. On Friday 11 February,  Trev turned on the sprinklers of the Parliamentary lawn either hoping that it would make the protesters…

Then I woke up

Last night, I had a dream. I was in the Beehive Theatrette at Parliament, and our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was at the lectern. All of the reporters from the Gallery were there, keyboards in hand, Twitter accounts open and at the ready. The sign language interpreter was champing at the bit to do some…