Abortion in New Zealand

New Zealand’s government recently passed a bill decriminalising abortion. The Prime Minister, Jacinda Adern, claimed that “it’s a health issue, not a criminal one”. The bill passed its third reading 68 to 51. The bill allows abortions up to twenty weeks into a pregnancy. Previously, getting an abortion required authorisation Continue Reading

New Zealand and COVID-19

With the outbreak of the Virus spreading beyond China, it appears obvious that New Zealand’s government must protect its people by bringing to a halt–as any decent government should–any international movement of people, regardless of the nature of the movement. Despite this seemingly obvious point, insipid commentary from journalists regarding economic trials Continue Reading

From Dusk ‘til Dawn: The Spirit of Europe Must Rise

New Zealand’s current situation, which is one of rising rates of depression, increased rates of substance abuse, self-centredness and a pathogenic lust for relationships devoid of meaning, represents another addition to the Western world’s continued maintenance of the cultural-malignancies. These malignancies, such as those attitudes that foster the abovementioned afflictions, Continue Reading