Shove It Up Your Gay Place, Woke-Fascists!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-06-08 06:40

Broadcast on Reality Check Radio, Thurs, June 8, 2023

Richard Dawkins, in The God Delusion, cites an alternative set of Ten Commandments by an atheist blogger, beginning with, "Do not do to others what you would not want them to do to you," and ending with, "Question everything." Dawkins adds an eleventh of his own: "Enjoy your own sex life (so long as it damages nobody else) and leave others to enjoy theirs in private whatever their inclinations, which are none of your business."

I say, Amen to that!

When the Pope Is Not a Catholic!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-06-01 06:06

Broadcast on Paul Brennan Breakfast, Reality Check Radio, Thurs June 1, 2023

I hear Rodney Hide is flirting with Catholicism. I understand. Catholicism has the best music, the best drag and the best cathedrals, with the arguable exception of Eastern Orthodox.

And Catholicism says the devil is real.

That's very easy to believe nowadays. You need only behold such specimens as Soros, Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, Nancy Pelosi, Occasional Cortex and Jacinda Jackboot to note that they fair reek of the evil they practise. It seems plausible that there's a force for evil greater than the sum of its parts, of which these entities partake and which oozes palpably from them. Who could forget this odious moment from Jackboot?

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Did Seymour seriously call — by Mark Hubbard on Sat, 2023-06-10 00:57

Of Keeping One's Head and Claiming One's Humanity

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2023-05-27 23:50

Originally broadcast on Paul Brennan Breakfast, Reality Check Radio, Thurs May 25, 2023

In his masterly poem, If, Rudyard Kipling stipulates a number of prerequisites for achieving the status of manhood:

If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;

Keeping your head when all about you are losing theirs is an especially exacting challenge in this age of Mass Formation Psychosis, when the spreading of hysteria by evil totalitarian politicians seems to be the easiest thing in the world to pull off.

Of Murray and Mario, Mavericks!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2023-05-21 07:05

First broadcast on Paul Brennan Breakfast, Reality Check Radio, Thurs May 18, 2023

Sense of Life!

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Magnificent Mario! — by Derek McGovern on Tue, 2023-05-23 00:35

The Ockham Novel of the Year and Why Soulless Pakeha Must Not Be Allowed Control of Water.

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Thu, 2023-05-18 23:51

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[I still can't figure put photos here Smiling I can insert them, but they come out as postage stamp sized. But I can cross-post the entries that don't need photos.]

Writer Catherine Chidgey won New Zealand’s Ockham book prize of the year this week with her novel The Axeman’s Carnival. Congratulations to Ms Chidgey, getting a novel to publishing stage is a Herculean task, let alone then be published and taking out New Zealand’s premiere literary prize. As I read the Ockham winner every year it goes onto the buy list.

But that is not what this post is about. The morning after the awards, Ockham themselves posted of Chidgey’s success with a link to this review of her book by Jane Stafford, Professor of English at Victoria University. The opening sentence of that review is this:

“It is difficult for Pākehā writers to do the spiritual, although they have often felt the need to.”

It’s sad the academic framing and dare I say, critical evaluation, of our literature has come down to politicised de-constructed polemic rot like this, given how important a literature is to society. Albeit one of literature’s heavy loads is to show ourselves who we are, and I guess it does that.

Crowning Woke

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-05-11 03:11

Broadcast on Paul Brennan Breakfast, Reality Check Radio, May 11, 2023

It used to be the case that adulterers could be stoned ... and not in any nice sense of the term.

Now it is the case that adulterers can be enthroned. Have, indeed, just been enthroned. And it all couldn't have been any nicer.

That, I submit, is an advance. Nooky between or among consenting adults in private should always be a private matter and not an occasion to unleash a mob of jealous, zealous stone-throwers consumed by the fact that they're not getting any.

The Coronation ceremony was undoubtedly a high point in the entire history of the world. Unavoidably, it showcased the best there has ever been: in architecture, in art, in music, in speech, in oratory, in pageantry, in decorum, in the embracing of the values that make human life human. It was a salute to Western Civilisation: the best Civilisation there has ever been.

The Cancelling of Carlson

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-05-04 03:21

Originally broadcast on Paul Brennan Breakfast, Reality Check Radio, Thursday May 4, 2023

Last week I said I'd have more to say this week about the abrupt firing of Tucker Carlson from Fox News. I thought we'd know more by now about the reason for it.

Actually, we're none the wiser about what specifically triggered the termination, but what Tucker subsequently said on Twitter reminded us that we had to know it was going to happen well before it did.

Here's what he said:

Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered ...

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-04-27 05:23

First broadcast on Reality Check Radio, 27/04/23

Bewitched, bothered and bewildered have I been this past week. Not to mention befuddled because it seemed as if we were having two Easter weeks in a row and this old chap didn't know whether he was Arthur or Martha.

Bewitched by the reaffirmations of yesteryear and a pervasive decency that can still be manifest when the occasion demands.

Freeing NaZiland from Woke-Fascism: Whom NOT to Trust!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-04-20 06:38

First broadcast on Reality Check Radio, Paul Brennan Breakfast, 20/04/23

I visit Faecesbook as seldom as possible. If ever one wants to know what John Keats meant by the "inhuman dearth of noble natures" one need only spend time on Faecesbook or Twit-Witter to be numbed by the inhuman surfeit of ignoble banality and asinine prattle that silly little Narcissists clutter up the platform with.

The other night someone sent me a link to a Faecesbook video by the ACT Party. Against my better judgement I clicked on it. It amused me. It purported to show that Winston Peters was not to be trusted. Well, that was news! Walls are perpendicular! Bears defecate in the woods!

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Haha — by gregster on Tue, 2023-05-09 01:24
Vote to be rid of the — by PhilipD on Tue, 2023-05-09 00:26
Agreed Philip — by gregster on Mon, 2023-05-08 10:30

"Falsehood is a scorpion that will sting itself to death"

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-04-13 02:48

Broadcast on Reality Check Radio, 13/04/23

Percy Bysshe Shelley said, "Government is an evil; it is only the thoughtlessness and vices of men that make it a necessary evil. When all men are good and wise, government will of itself decay."

A consummation devoutly to be wished, to invoke another great writer. Shelley, a fetching, uppity young tyke whom you would wish to take everywhere but couldn't take anywhere, also said:

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Direct link to segment — by Olivia on Sun, 2023-04-23 23:53
Great post, Linz. And great — by Mark Hubbard on Thu, 2023-04-13 21:31

Easter Homily

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2023-04-06 03:40

Broadcast on Paul Brennan's breakfast show, Reality Check Radio, April 6, 2023

Easter is upon us ... and I'm glad.

I'm not a Christian; I'm an atheist. But I'm still glad Easter continues to be celebrated, given the palpable desire of sundry totalitarians to close Christianity down, and the palpable desire of its own clergy to alter it beyond recognition. Easter celebrations reassure us that totalitarians and revisionist clergy have not yet succeeded completely in implementing their diabolical agenda.

Liberal Western Culture has Created a Frankenstein

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Submitted by Olivia on Wed, 2023-03-29 02:05

By Olivia Pierson

If there’s a topic that bores me more than any other it’s the battle of the sexes.

I don’t do feminism, girl-power, sisterhoods, women’s groups or any such thing where only women play leading roles. The flavour is simply not my tea-cup.

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appalled and sad — by Judi McFarland on Thu, 2023-04-13 07:17

'1984' Revisited—Reprised for Obvious Reasons

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2018-07-01 05:54

I've added 1984 to the books I'm currently reading or, as in this case, re-reading. I'm astonished anew at how prescient it was. (Also refreshing, after Dostoevsky and Hugo, to encounter a writer who just gets on with it.) I assume everyone here is acquainted with it, so every day will just add a direct quote without commentary. This one is apposite in light of today's demonstrations by mindless leftist thugs:

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Devolution — by Jon Letendre on Sat, 2022-09-03 01:16
Where’s the clip of Trump saying this? — by Olivia on Wed, 2021-06-02 00:00
reinstated — by Jon Letendre on Tue, 2021-06-01 23:24

Wilde vs Woke

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2023-02-28 05:39

"I believe that if one man were to live out his life fully and completely; were to to give form to every feeling, expression to every thought, reality to every dream; I believe that the world would gain such a fresh impulse of joy that we would forget all the maladies of medievalism and return to the Hellenic ideal ... to something finer, richer than the Hellenic ideal, it may be. But the bravest man amongst us is afraid of himself. The mutilation of the savage has its tragic survival in the self-denial that mars our lives.

Ode to Bacchus—Sepia's Latest Lanza CD

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2021-07-20 02:20

The only thing extraordinarily ordinary about the extraordinarily extraordinary new CD from Sepia is the title: The Immortal Voice of Mario Lanza—A Centennial Celebration. The rapturous musical fare served up here is far better suited to the Wine, Women and Song title I long ago urged upon the master-mind of Sepia's Lanza CDs, Derek McGovern. I acknowledge, however, that in 2021 such nomenclature might well "trigger" the Church of Woke and cause the CD to be "cancelled," so perhaps something innocuously prosaic is indeed called for. In any event, this CD, hands down, wins the prize for the cleverest Mario Lanza compendium ever: a position occupied for decades by RCA's You Do Something to Me LP/CD which Dr McGovern and Team Sepia—Richard Tay, Robin Cherry, Ray Leaning, Vincent di Placido, Carmel Parisi and Armando Cesari—have now decisively knocked off its perch. This is easily the most intelligent and imaginative Lanza compilation to date, by Sepia, RCA/Sony or anyone—not, as one might fear with a commemorative release, a parochial, predictable re-hash (yet again) of "greatest hits"; not Be My Love for the millionth time; rather, a uniquely loving, thoughtful (and thought-provoking) selection of rare and precious jewels, four of which have never before been commercially released.

Ethnic Cleansing in Academia Aotearoa

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Mon, 2020-06-29 07:23

It's time to de-fund the New Zealand School of Music. This Woke-Fascist, taxpayer-funded travesty has just announced its support for Black Lives Matter—the Marxist terrorist sub-humans who, along with Profa, are currently looting, rioting, vandalising, burning and killing all across America. "If this country doesn't give us what we want," one of its spokes-specimens has just said, "we will burn down the system."

"What we want" includes de-funding the police.

Now this, from the latest NZSM newsletter:

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OBLM and Profa Scum Do Their Thing — by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2020-08-18 07:55
Are — by Mr_Lineberry on Sun, 2020-08-16 20:19
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Music of the Gods

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Mon, 2008-04-21 06:11

"The emotion involved in art is not an emotion in the ordinary meaning of the term. It is experienced more as a 'sense' or a 'feel,' but it has two characteristics pertaining to emotions: it is automatically immediate and it has an intense, profoundly personal (yet undefined) value-meaning to the individual experiencing it.

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Mario Lanza Discovered! — by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2022-04-02 23:03
Dio and Lanza and ATLAS SHRUGGED — by Jmaurone on Wed, 2022-03-16 20:40
Something's Wrong Here?! — by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2022-03-16 08:02

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One Hot Don Juan!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2021-04-24 04:44

Last Monday, Stuff published what purported to be a review of fresh-hatched Wellington Opera's Don Giovanni which had opened two nights earlier at the Opera House.

Headed "Wellington Opera brings the #metoo movement to the stage with Mozart's Don Giovanni," it was not so much a review as a grim, humourless scold, typical of Wellington Woke-Witches, labouring the point that "These days the ladies would call Don Giovanni (Christian Thurston) a jerk or perhaps a sexual predator, rather than an irresistible, irresponsible yet lovable cad, but hey! This is how things rolled in the 17th century." (I think she meant the 18th.)

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Woke-Fascism Comes to NZ Opera — by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2021-05-28 03:03
Sexual liberation is a form of political control — by Bruno on Thu, 2021-05-06 21:35
The Don — by Graham Hill on Thu, 2021-04-29 21:16

The Inalienable Right to Blaspheme

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2020-09-05 05:09

Charlie Hebdo has courageously published those cartoons again, to mark the beginning of the trial in Paris this week of suspected accomplices and enablers of the main perpetrators of the atrocities who, mercifully, no longer pollute the planet. Astonishingly, the normally Wet Woke Macron has defended Charlie's right to do so. Would that New Zealand Woke-Fascists, hell-bent on criminalising criticism of Islam, emulated Macron instead:

"It's never the place of a president of the Republic to pass judgment on the editorial choice of a journalist or newsroom, never. Because we have freedom of the press. There is in France a freedom to blaspheme which is attached to the freedom of conscience. I am here to protect all these freedoms. In France, one can criticize a president, governors, blaspheme. We will all have a thought for the women and men who were cowardly shot because they drew, wrote, corrected, were there to help, to deliver."

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Islamo-Savage Mohammed .... — by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2020-11-27 07:38
Only — by Mr_Lineberry on Sat, 2020-10-31 01:08
Paul Joseph Watson — by Mr_Lineberry on Thu, 2020-10-29 21:59

Trigger Warning for Snowflakes: Ten More of the World's Slimmest Volumes

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2020-09-15 06:20

1) My Credentials, by Dr. Greta Thunberg

2) Proof that Climate Change Is Person-Made, by E. C. Onatsi

3) Grappling Group-Think, by The [anti]-NZ Herald

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Here's a new one.... — by Mr_Lineberry on Fri, 2020-10-09 06:17
Hahahahaha!! — by Mr_Lineberry on Tue, 2020-09-15 07:00

Free Speech Is All that Matters

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2018-07-15 03:35

My speech to Free Speech rally at Parliament, Wellington, New Zealand, July 14, 2018

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Lefty Chomsky Gets It! — by Lindsay Perigo on Tue, 2021-01-12 01:23
"Creeping censoriousness" — by Lindsay Perigo on Mon, 2021-01-11 04:59
Has Jihadi Jacinda Had an Epihany? — by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2019-08-07 06:14

New (Kindle *and* Paperback!) Edition of Linz's 'The One Tenor: A Salute to Mario Lanza'

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Submitted by Derek McGovern on Tue, 2016-07-12 09:59

New (Kindle *and* Paperback!) Edition of Linz's 'The One Tenor: A Salute to Mario Lanza'

I've just posted the following item about Linz's updated edition of The One Tenor on my website, Mario Lanza, Tenor (

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Screenbound doco available free — by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2020-03-11 06:20
My Review — by Lindsay Perigo on Mon, 2020-03-02 03:40
"Classics": The Stunning New Mario Lanza CD from Sepia Records — by Derek McGovern on Sun, 2020-03-01 15:17

To All Innocent Fifth Columnists

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Submitted by Bravest Man in ... on Fri, 2012-11-30 06:22

You who read this represent the greatest danger to America.

No matter what the outcome of the war in Europe may be, Totalitarianism has already won a complete victory in many American minds and conquered all of our intellectual life. You have helped it to win.

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my ears were burning. — by Jules Troy on Sat, 2016-07-30 08:40

I analyze the recent debate on open versus closed Objectivism

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Submitted by Neil Parille on Sat, 2023-05-20 13:03

The debate between Craig Biddle and Stephen Hicks concerning Open versus Close Objectivism took place last month in Belgrade, Serbia. Biddle took the Closed position and Hicks the Open position.

Geoffrey Palmer: 'In a free and democratic society, defaming the government is the right of every citizen.'

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Thu, 2023-04-06 23:54

By Mark Hubbard
Cross-posted from my Blog: https://lifebehindtheirondrape...

[I think the below email, my second to the Health Committee sitting on the (monstrous) Therapeutic Products Bill, stands alone regarding comprehension. The context is that last Thursday the Committee emailed my submission against this Bill back to me saying under Standing Orders 220 it was rejected on the grounds of being 'possibly' defamatory. My thanks to New Zealand Doctors Speak Out with Science for the quotation.]

Of Roads and Women - a Message to the National Party.

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Sat, 2023-04-01 22:47

Woke-Fascists: Orange Jump-Suit for Orange Man Bad! Me: Trump for Prime Minister!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2023-03-31 07:02

Woke-Fascists: Orange Jump-Suit for Orange Man Bad! Me: Trump for Prime Minister!

In 1941, Japanese fascists bombed Pearl Harbour. President Roosevelt called it a day of infamy. Today, Woke-Fascist American Democrats bombed the US Constitution. Fake President Biden—Beijing Biden the Bastard—said nothing; he approved of the bombing.

Indicting Donald Trump for a non-crime he did not commit is an act of infamy which may well destroy America and Western Civilisation in a way the original Fascists failed to. That is exactly what the Chinese Communist Party has paid Joe Biden, via Hunter, millions of dollars for. Biden is not senile, and his atrocities are not the result of "incompetence." Biden is evil, as are the entire gamut of Sorosian globalists pulling his strings and engorging his bank account.

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Thank you. — by Olivia on Fri, 2023-03-31 08:35

On The Man Who Gloated At His Goons Shutting Down The Let Women Speak Event Winning Kiwibank Young NZer of the Year:

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Thu, 2023-03-30 22:22

By Mark Hubbard

The Establishment in New Zealand just granted the prize of Kiwibank Young New Zealander of the Year to Shaneel Lal.

As with Sunday, after the violence against the women at Let Women Speak in Auckland from the mob incited by Lal and his employer, New Zealand Herald; after his gloating and his glee at having bashed those women's voices into silence by physical assault and forcing Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull to flee the country for her life; after Lal's complete lack of any remorse or empathy for those women who were assaulted repeatedly in a rolling maul, terrified and injured (one badly, a 70 year old has a broken eye socket) - because Lal really is the full narcissistic sociopath nutjob - I again have no words.

Labour Police Minister Ginny Andersen Must Be Stood Down.

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Thu, 2023-03-30 04:15

By Mark Hubbard

We have all seen the video footage of the violence from an out of control mob at Let Women Speak in Auckland last Saturday. I don't need to link it further here.

New Zealand's Day of Disgrace - The Violence of a Mob Against Posie Parker & The Death of Free Speech.

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Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Tue, 2023-03-28 09:12

Thanks to modern technology we all saw what happened yesterday: a vicious mob fuelled with hatred over the previous week by our media, particularly a columnist for the Herald, and by sitting MP's in government, seriously assaulted Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, aka Posie Parker, and a small group of defenceless women who were at 'Let Women Speak' to peacefully tell their stories, while our police force, I now have to assume a heavily politicised police force, simply watched on.

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