27th August 2019 ‘The Red – Brown Alliance in ‘Policing Gender’, communist politics in New Zealand, they deliberately hide the words that label them as to what they really are ‘Cultural Marxist Socialist with a Communist agenda’. Daphne Lawless is a member of the Socialist Far Left Marxist Workers Party NZ, as is Byron Clark who recently authored the book ‘FEAR’ targeting and naming groups, individuals who publicly speak out opposing govt policies character assassinating them, he himself clear, evidentially violating the NZ Bill Of Rights 1991 and international Human Rights Agreements that give people the right to freedom of expression and to freedom of peaceful public assembly. We are experiencing the very aggressive rudeness of the Woke in NZ. Peaceful Assembly to them does not equate, they deliberately want to destroy peaceful assemble and the freedom of expression this is clearly communism and totalitarianism a regime of tyranny.

Trade Union organizers Daphne Whitmore and Don Franks are described as veteran socialists and union organiser, they say they defend free speech, but that free speech must only be defined as their free speech, everyone else ‘just shut up and sit down’. The Workers Party NZ whom they represent have been reported to be truly nasty far left that represents ideas such as the ‘zombie plague’, they have an immoral compass. In 2011 promoted marches to ‘Queer schools in New Zealand. A key member of the Workers Party also being a political activist a leading member of the group from Wellington ‘The Queer Avengers’. Their goal to establish political reform in parliament for transgender diversity teaching, they communicated with Grant Robertson whom was well established in the Labour Party back then, worked for Helen Clark. The promoting of ‘progressive transgender in the school classroom. The rising of trans activism in New Zealand those that called themselves ‘Comrade, comrade, comrade’, neo liberal New Zealand communist, the non-binary, gender-queer’,  the globalisation of gender-queer’ politics common in veteran activists and young people mostly from universities, institutes worldwide… hence the fantasy construction of the biological male or female body, namely the illusion of gender fluidity, chose what sex you want to be, choose from a multiple of genders and remember its all in the language.. Pronouns He-She etc., The insanity gets worse, and continues to so, the rainbowing of schools in NZ, the dumbing down of education. Kids should be taught their ABC’s not their LGBT’s. Byron Clarks Workers Party NZ and its published ‘Fightback’ magazine promoting the Palestinian Liberation Front a designated terrorist org., in four out of the Five Eyes group. New Zealand Government does not list the Palestinian Liberation Front as a Designated Terrorist Org., like the other ‘Four Eyes Country Members’. The Palestinian Liberation Front that has used children as suicide bombers and messengers in war like situations.  Byron Clarks Fightback magazine advertised raising funds and send money directly to the Palestinian Liberation Front. Selling Tee shorts, street stalls and meetings to support this terrorist org., he now gives seminars and workshops at Massey Universities and reports for Mainstream media in NZ. Yet it was the Workers Party Fightback that supported and promoted the Palestinian woman terrorist who hijacked commercial airliners several times. Byron Clark who campaigned to be mayor of Christchurch in 2007 as a representative of the Workers Party NZ, the publishers of ‘The Spark’ and ‘FightBack’ magazine that promoted the ‘Queering of Schools in New Zealand’.







Your tax payer dollars are paing this this disgusting undignified assault on paler skinned men of New Zealand, our sovereign people of New Zealand. Main stream news journalists are granted money from the Journalist Fund to promote this white hatred of Instutionalized Identity Politgics, it is immoral and disgusting and thats my personal poin of view. Just like the ‘Drag Queens’ children story reading time in Council libraries. Adult entertainment that is published as ‘Family Friendly’. The family friendly is a term- a code that is pushed by the trans community- family is their family of transgendered peoples not yours. The queering of schools in New Zealand. The term ‘Queering’ used to mask the multiple gender’s that are being indocrinated in schools today. John William Money born in Morrinsville NZ 1955 was the first to officially use the word ‘Trans-kids’ and ‘gender’. He left behind him misery, heartbreak and   a cruel inhumane immoral undignifiedtragedy for those who partook in his guineapig human experiments at the John Hopkins Institute in Baltimore under Dr John William Money. He was influential in what we are seeing today in our schools “the sexualization of children’ from the start of primary school to the end of secondary school. Also in the workplace and Universities. From the cradle to the grave.

This is Tusiata poem that is being promoted by the government and main stream newsmedia, this clearly is not for young children’s eyes. Newshub 2/3/2023 also published in Stuff NZ.

Excerpt from the poem: These days we’re driving round in SUVs looking for ya or white men like you who might be thieves or rapists or kidnappers or murderers  yeah, or any of your descendants or any of your incarnations cos, you know ay, bitch? We’re gonna F… YOU UP… and its gets much worse ‘brown girls hunting white men as  a  murderous revengeful act.

Stuff NZ published the full version of the poem however had to amend their article for a shorter version of a part of Tusiata’s poem after there were many complaints to the Human Rights Commissioner Meng Foon because of Stuffs article that included the full poem on 19th February 2023, it was March 9th 2023 when Stuff NZ amended their article. Meng Food said he would communicate with Creative New Zealand about the multiple complaints he had received however this is what Creative New Zealand said in their statement “one of its functions is to uphold and promote the rights of artists and the right of persons to freedom in the practice of the arts”.  Te Pāti Māori are not impressed.







Associate Prof., Sarah Ross Victoria University compiles online poems Avia Tusiata’s poems are included. I am making reference to the controversy of her poem that was produced for the Auckland Arts Festival the 250th  anniversary of Captain Cooks arrival in NZ. No this is not clearly a historical remnant of his arrival in New Zealand but is clearly very graphic rudimental wording white hatred.  Stuff NZ published the poem and should have been taken over the coals by the Race Relations Minister and other MPs representing different Govt Agencies. Tusiata’s poem has caused much anger throughout New Zealand. I note quite a number of her poems are in the Governments National Archives.

Tusaita Avia’s poems content for the Auckland Arts festival includes a group of brown girls planning violent revenge on Capt Cook and white men. The poem is highly provocative and hateful the seeking of revenge referring to Capt Cook or white men like him that might be thieves, kidnappers and rapists or murderers. These are Tusiata’s murderous hateful words to be spoken and published by the Auckland Arts Festival. Her Savage Coloniser Book was published in 2020 it won the Ockman Book Awards in 2021 despite the hateful white men content within the book. This is what the judges said about Tusiata’s book “In a year of outstanding poetry publications that respond to Covid, Black Lives Matter, the Christchurch Massacre, and ongoing violence against women, Avia expresses the outrage shared by many, while maintaining faith that love helps the healing process,”

Stuff NZ then states in its media publication, in the same article about Tusiata white hatred of men poem that seeks revenge on white men and Capt Cook that the poem was condemned and circulated by racist hate speech right wing You Tuber Lee Williams and Sean Plunket (The Platform). Stuff NZ using the opportunity to attack anyone publicly speaking out publicly about the governments agenda or the wokeness it deliberately pushes. Of course Stuff NZ is like other mainstream news media are getting their share of the government journalist fund, they work for the Woke Governments Agenda (Gender Diversity-Sexualizing Politicizing NZ Children in Schools ).  People get sucked in all these Woke messages that are lies, told enough to the public through the propaganda machine ‘lies told continuously and often enough become the truth in peoples minds, and tghey act on those lies because they believe its the truth)

As Sean Plunket said “publicly-funded art must serve the national interest, and should be positive rather than critical”. Studd Ne that Stuff NZ does not support or promote free speech which the reporter calls Sean Plunket a ‘free speech advocate’, its  clearly obvious that Stuff NZ opposes the NZ Bill Of Rights 1991 and other International laws that include freedom of expression, freedom of speech, freedom to choose your own political ideology.  Democracy does not exist in NZ, however institutional racial apartheid does and is promoted by the woke far left cultural Marxist Socialist community. I question are we living in a totalitarian state in New Zealand, I personally believe “We sure are and I have no doubt about it”. When the State promotes support ‘brown girls rising up and killing white men (Tusiata’s Poem) and you clearly evidentially see the increased political policing of law abiding citizens, the sovereign people of New Zealand we are definitely living under a Authoritarian Regime of Tyranny. When the State targets the very young by sexualizing and politicizing them in schools we are on a slippery slope to living under a communist type regime.  It is our duty for the love dignity caring and respect of our children that we as descent law abiding citizens speak out publicly in an effort to protect your children and future generations to come.  One day they may ask you “what did you do to stop us being slaves to this communist regime”. how will you respond? Will you hang your head in shame, or will you stand proud and respond “I did everything in my power to stop this volatile state abuse of our children”. Surely enough is enough, already the state has gone too far. Time right now to NO, NO MORE_KEEP YOUR GRUBBY EVIL HANDS OF OUR CHILDREN NOW”.

Tusiata received an Order Of Merit by the Govt of NZ  for her book ‘The Savage Coloniser’. Its unbelievable NZ taxpayers now pay for Diversity Police Officers in the NZ Police Force.





NZ Government made a range of new resources to help schools about sex and relationships. Educatgion Minister Jan Tinetti said she wants “schools in Aotearoa to be safe places for all students regardless of gender . Hence pushing ‘gender fluidity’ that does not exist. She referred to lessons on gender diversity and rainbow issues- creating policies to support trans people. These people are children from the start of primary schoool age to end of senior school. Jan Tinetti spoke of ‘rainbow inclusion’

Tabby Besley from rainbow charity InsideOUT, which developed some of the resources, says more young people are coming out in the school environment and need support. chools are looking for not just lessons on gender diversity and rainbow issues but help creating policies and support groups. “We hope schools will pick up those resources, particularly the one around policies and supporting our trans young people, because those are where we get the most requests from schools. A lot of the time they ask if we have policies about how to do that rainbow inclusion or when a trans student comes out in the school, what they should be doing to support them

Schools look out for rainbow policies




Connecting Diverse Communities Report on 2007/08 public engagement A report on 15 meetings held around New Zealand to discuss diversity and social cohesion and responses to a written questionnaire August 2008. The views documented in this report are the views of the people who attended the Connecting Diverse Communities meetings held around the country. They are not the views of the Government, government agencies, Ministry of Social Development, Office of Ethnic Affairs or their staff.

Purpose of the report.. This report summarises the findings of the ‘Connecting Diverse Communities’ public engagement process. This process involved fifteen meetings held throughout New Zealand between August and November 2007, followed by a written survey that was sent to relevant organisations and available publicly. The majority of this report summarises the feedback received at the community meetings, while the responses from the survey can be found at Appendix 4. The meetings were organised by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) and the Office of Ethnic Affairs (OEA) and were held in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Napier, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin. More than 500 people attended the meetings in total. The key objectives of the meetings were: • to engage with representatives of diverse communities around New Zealand (including ethnic and religious communities, iwi/hapū/Māori, Pākehā and Pacific Island peoples

Including in the content of this report was the following:-

Responses were subsequently transcribed and sent back to the meeting scribes for further comment and corrections, before being collated, analysed and used as material for this report. On four occasions, ie the Auckland Youth meeting, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender or Intersex (GLBTI) meeting and the two Otara meetings

To hold dialogues with different peoples, to continue to communicate in times of celebration and adversity, and to influence others to be comfortable with diversity. We need to have more ‘conversations’ about social cohesion. • The media has an important role in this process. Take advantage of and celebrate diversity.  The Treaty of Waitangi as a foundation for intercultural respect. The role of schools in preparing young children to accept diversity as a ‘norm’ was often raised in the Connecting Diverse Communities meetings

Responses from the Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Intersex (GLBTI) meeting…The GBLTI meeting, held in Wellington, was designed to allow participants to respond in a safe environment where their range of views was more likely to be expressed than if they were part of the local meetings. The questions were worded slightly differently and the responses are recorded below

Question 1.1 What do you think would help you create, maintain or strengthen your sense of ethnic, cultural and/or religious identity and community belonging in New Zealand? Question 1.2 What role can government play to support this?

Participants responded to the notion of diversity, identity and community by including sexual orientation and gender identity rather than just focusing on matters of ethnicity, culture or religion. Critical issues for the GLBTI community revolve around increasing their visibility and the levels of tolerance of GLBTI people in all communities. Two clear positions were articulated by participants in answer to the above two questions. They were: • While the local and central governments have a powerful influencing role in protecting GLBTI communities, local community groups have much more capacity to practise behaviours and attitudes that lead to GLBTI safety. Therefore, creating, maintaining or strengthening one’s sense of ethnic, cultural and/or religious identity and community belonging in New Zealand greatly relies on local community groups being in a position to deal with issues of sexual orientation and gender identity first. This requires a sustained and far-reaching education campaign that starts with schools but involves all members of local communities, including parents and local leaders

  • Government can play a critical role by increasing GLBTI visibility, rights and safety in the following ways: o Supporting the rights of GLBTI by enforcing their application in new policy development (such as developing ‘anti-hate-speech’ legislation), in current legislation (as expressed in the Human Rights Act) and in processes (such as GLBTI individuals being able to be counted in census data, household and crime and safety surveys). o Establishing a Ministry to deal with GLBTI issues, or at least a Ministerial portfolio for that purpose. o Establishing and funding a non-governmental body such as a Diversity Council to represent all minority groups. Such a body would be able to deal more readily with issues specific to GBLTI, such as assumptions about how different ethnicities respond to the GBLTI communities, their relationship to fundamentalist religious groups, or policy development involving their communities. o Resourcing, enforcing and monitoring programmes that support diversity (including sexual diversity) in schools (for example, through School Charters or by addressing cultural safety issues in curriculum delivery); in the media (for example, through TV and Radio Charters, or programming such as Māori TV’s Takataapui programme); and in the health sector (for example, through the Nursing Council’s cultural competencies – not just during training but also via in-service professional development – or by showing same-sex couples in health promotion TV ads). o Supporting student-led diversity initiatives in schools (e.g. against racism or gender bias). There are GLBTI groups in schools that focus on sexual and gender diversity issues through the ‘School’s Out’ forum. However, these groups need more ethnically diverse input. o Acknowledging that GLBTI people face discriminatory practices from members of mainstream ‘straight’ society, including parents, schools, employers and employees – no matter what ethnicity or socio-economic circumstance they are in. Government has a role in lessening tension by addressing stereotypical attitudes and behaviour, such as refuting the perception that all GBLTI people practise predatory behaviour or want to ‘recruit’ young people in schools, and by encouraging inclusive behaviour. o Establishing role modelling processes in government agencies so that there is an increasing awareness of cultural difference and safety in workplaces and in the health sector. o Supporting the development of more open leadership and providing more counselling information services for GLBTI people in cultural and ethnic communities. o Supporting celebrations like the Gay and Lesbian Fair ‘The Big Gay Out’ and the Hero Parade, that create awareness of GLBTI issues and carve a space for the GLBTI community within the wider community, by funding or underwriting them in the same way that they might support ethnic festival development. o Supporting festivals that celebrate other cultures. Film festivals in particular, encourage the coming together of diverse groups (for example, the GLBTI ‘Out Takes’ film festival).

GLBTI meeting responses Group question 2 was modified slightly to reflect the needs of the Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transexual and Intersex participants. While many of the above summary responses apply to the GLBTI group, the responses below reflect other insights specific to these participants. Specific responses have been put into table form below

Question 2.1 – How well do you think people from diverse ethnic, religious and cultural communities interact with each other, for example in your neighbourhood, in GLBTI spaces, at work or through school? Question 2.2 – What do you think are the barriers to people mixing?

Question 2.2 Barriers include: • The lack of identifiable spaces where it is safe to be GLBTI. • The visibility of GLBTI members is met by fearful and negative attitudes, non-acceptance and ignorance. • Migrants are not aware that New Zealand legally protects minority groups such as members of the GLBTI community. • There is a lack of opportunity to meet and discuss GLBTI issues. • There is a lack of opportunity to work on common tasks. • People don’t know how to discuss GLBTI matters in a frank, open and informative way. When there is an opportunity to do so, people do not recognise common ground as a starting point for interacting. The increasing pace of social change makes it harder to get to know people as people first. • Attacks on GLBTI members by fundamentalist religious groups are a barrier. Some religious leaders want to eliminate GLBTI people altogether. The increasing diversity of the population and resulting increase in fundamentalism is a threat to GLBTI communities. Newcomers need to know New Zealand is first and foremost a secular country where there is freedom to worship. • Marches and protests against GLBTI communities. • The use of derogatory terms and hate speech against GLBTI communities. • That the focus on sexual and gender diversity in schools tends to be Pākehā-dominated and needs to be more inclusive of other ethnic groups