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‘MAKE THEM PROUD’ workshop from Guardians of our Children

Sat 25th May 2019:

WHEN: Saturday 8th June WHERE: Ngahere Communities, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau City TIME: 9am – 3pm CONTACT: for registration form BRING along PEN and PAPER along with a Photograph of your children/child. This six hour workshop consists of a Morning presentation covering various areas of parental disputes from break-ups, domestic violence, mediation, parenting orders, […]

Thu 23rd May 2019:

Dealing with racism and discrimination, and promote racial equity one-day conference to discuss how to …… 14th June 2019 489 Dominion Rd, Auckland. 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. Following the Christchurch massacre of March 15, 2019, a wider social awakening has occurred, recognising the pressing need to forge unity amidst our diversity. We want to […]

Getting to know you…

Tue 14th May 2019:

It is difficult to get to know or getting to like a stranger who initially you thought you had something in common with. This site is all inviting, but can be very harsh on character, it is easy to find yourself on the outer, but I have seen forgiveness and lightheartedness amongst the anger, frustration […]

The online Petition to Jacinda asking for a MINISTRY FOR MEN

Sun 12th May 2019:

Hi ALL…there is an online PETITION [on the NZ Parliament website and currently open until 31/12/2019] asking the government to fund a MINISTRY FOR MEN as a means to better address ‘Mens Issues’ and the many negative outcomes affecting MEN, their families and society as a whole. There has been a women’s ministry since 1984 […]

Need a Good Lawyer in Palmie

Fri 26th April 2019:

Hi All I would like recommendations for a good cost effective lawyer for Family Court in Palmerston North as current lawyer not delivering except to keep charging large bills Thx

A New Anger.

Thu 25th April 2019:

Times, they are a changing. It’s nothing knew. The vandal of peace, progress, harmony and the habitual human. The symptom is written in history, and back further more than likely in the lost echoes of older stories. The twentieth year of the new century … The first century of the new millennium, the century of […]

Deja Vu Bitch

Fri 19th April 2019:

New Zealand is a small place and most of us know somebody who knows someone else who knows one of your relatives. For us here we are more likely to know many people who got screwed over by the Family Court, or the ex and her lawyer and your lawyer deciding what was best for […]

Sign the petition – Inciting Violence against anyone is NOT OK !

Sun 14th April 2019:

This petition is not against her speaking! She can speak whatever she wants but inciting violence is NOT ok and is not a joke. Also, feel free to email the minister of immigration Iain Galloway at this email supporting the online petition against Clementine Ford Entry to New Zealand. Petition link

Parental Dispute Workshop

Tue 9th April 2019:

Facilitated by Frank Hicks, Self Litigant and Parental Disputes Coach and Cheryl Simpson, Senior Associate Lawyer. WORKSHOP: Rangitoto #04SLNG DATE: Saturday 13 April 2019 TIME: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm ADDRESS: 2 Osterley Way, Manukau, Auckland VENUE: Ngahere Commumities CONTACT: for registration form COST: Admission by Koha Light refreshments provided for Morning and Afternoon […]

ANZAC 2019

Sun 7th April 2019:

We are increasingly seeing the banner of ANZAC under attack. A subject that’s been raised here several times over recent years, particularly with the 100 year commemorative events being held during 2014 – 2018. It wasn’t our war. For hundreds of years following the collapse of Rome, wars raged in Europe. Backed by religion, land […]


Thu 4th April 2019:

I have often heard New Zealanders described as Humble, Friendly, not too Outspoken, aparantly this country suffers the ‘tall poppy’ syndrome…I dare say the psych of us is changing, evolving. We tend not to laud one another,,until some one dies, then we can be all too all over them. Today on the radio news, the […]

NZ Domestic Violence Dialogue

Tue 2nd April 2019:

It is an obsession. What else can you call it? We’re in the grips of obsession. Here’s an extract from the previous post Crusade For Free Speech Cowie, who wrote a fictionalised account about his bitter custody dispute with his former wife, says he received no reply to his submission, despite indicating he wanted to […]

Crusade for Free Speech

Sun 31st March 2019:

There are many battle fronts when it comes to free speech and the lenses through which it is viewed can be as blinding as they are illuminating. (And I’m sick of losing the updates so I will publish this post then finish it.) In the view of this website it is often seen in the […]

R.I.P. Craig Jackson

Sat 30th March 2019:

We have removed our obituary for Craig due to gross disrespect from a contributor here. Disgusting and upsetting.

The Generation Gap

Thu 28th March 2019:

We get bombarded by these little digital snapshots of life. Many of them have spelling mistakes, obviously unintended double meanings in different cultures, if not subtle political messages drilled into them. Like me, you have probably had enough of these little messages in a square … but some of them can be quite funny, too. […]

Youth Suicide in New Zealand

Sun 24th March 2019:

Youth suicide became a dirty word on this site when the country’s political element decided to use these tragedies to deflect attention from the 50 or so casualties each month who are mostly adult men. That was following their attempts to belittle male deaths by turning attention to female attempts or threats of suicide or […]

Petition against the feminist author Clementine Ford

Sat 23rd March 2019:

I am sure many here know her very well. Clementine Ford Petition link here Please sign and share …. it will take only seconds. 300 signatures were done overnight.


Tue 19th March 2019:

In a previous post CGTOW that post considers a point of view that I assume the majority of readers would relate to. If that was one end of the piece string what would be at the other. I’m not sure myself, so I’m going to pull out a slice of creative writing as starting point. […]

The Christchurch Mosque Massacre and Gun Laws

Sun 17th March 2019:

Some comment is deserved following the horrific Christchurch attack last Friday. Our deep sorrow and sympathy go out to those injured, the families of those killed and all others traumatized in ripple effect.


Fri 15th March 2019:

Facilitated by Frank Hicks, Self Litigant and Parental Disputes Coach and Cheryl Simpson, Senior Associate Lawyer. WORKSHOP: Rangitoto #04SLNG DATE: Saturday 13 April 2019 TIME: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm ADDRESS: 2 Osterley Way, Manukau, Auckland VENUE: Ngahere Commumities CONTACT: for registration form COST: Admission by Koha Light refreshments provided for Morning and Afternoon […]

Men and Climate Change

The news is too distressing today, and it’s Friday. And then I saw this, in relation to our ‘children’s climate change protest’: John McLeod @saurimo44 1h Maybe it’s time 16 yr olds got the vote. They are informed and it’s their future. We haven’t done that well. The merchant of doom. ‘We’ … us men? […]


Thu 14th March 2019:

This recent post MGTOW is a review of Men Going Their Own Way and how that might be now in New Zealand. The acronym only matters to those that write about the subject or those that relate to it. I’m creating a new acronym here but I’ll get to that shortly. First let’s go back […]

The Death of Feminism

Wed 13th March 2019:

Feminism does not like being confronted by facts or reality. Objectivity and truth, without debating the specifics are the realm of progress and unfortunately justice when things don’t go quite right … we’re not perfect. Recently however there’s been a bit of chaos around the place. This mish-mash of Intersectional Feminism and Identity Politics has […]

Bunny-Boilers Built by the Family Court

Tue 12th March 2019:

It was shortly after separation and free counselling was available through the Family Court in those days. Up to six free sessions but this is at end of last century, so, what happens now – I’m not up to date with the latest on what’s available. The counsellors were a couple, running their own independent […]

Hygiene In Public

I walked into the toilets and there was this old guy washing his dick in the handbasin. It had been mentioned to me a couple of days before that there was an old guy using the toilets as his washroom but I didn’t click that it was the tidy old man that pulled up in […]

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