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I looked at this video yesterday

Liz Gunn.
Ex NZ TV presenter with a message.


I sent her the following email.

Hi Liz
I am right behind you.
I host 2 websites

I am willing to pay for your website if you want someone to do it. I have a good contact who does this kind of work. Have a look at these sites and decide for yourself. You will find there are more people out there than you think with the same ideas as we have.
Join in and have your say. Do a guest post on http://www.ysb.co.nz and spread your message. We have over 500 like-minded members on http://www.ysb.co.nz. It only takes 500 to form a new party. I am sure we can all support you in some way.
I like the idea of a Free New Zealand political party.
Love to hear from you
Chris Roberts


We are all looking for someone to start this revolt. I cannot see why Liz Gunn cannot be that person. We have been pissed off with all the NZ opposition parties on ysb. Now is the time to stand up and be counted.


This morning she did this reply.

Email address lizgunn3@gmail.com


  1. “Falling apart ” is right, My family is probably what through work and luck could be considered reasonably privileged and we are all angry, pissed off, agitated and ready to get involved in some public disorder.
    It’s not because of the lockdowns as we accept they were probably necessary it’s because we now find ourselves as a collective Country 18 months, 50 billion dollars, endless loss back where we started from with covid becoming rampant , our opportunity was squandered by an emaciated lying creature more interested in photo opportunities than doing the right thing.
    And now thanks to BGR we find out that the weasley C- -T is off to Scotland for a holiday, FFUUUCCKK.



  2. Well done Ed for your wonderful offer of support. But just a note; when I watched the video the name of this new party was the Free New Zealand party. I think you might have made a mistake with the name?

    BTW I think ‘Free New Zealand’ rolls off the tongue better than :Freedom New Zealand’ too.



  3. This where we may build.

    From a part of my comment this morning.
    ….. what it takes to be a man of principle ….

    …. To create an army, to over whelm the government, we must remember logistics of the active support behind the scenes to supply just 1 trooper.
    Then the critical times of turn out, to add to the numbers. ….


    About the link, RebelNews Quebec man, stake in the ground, who will remain maskless & more.



  4. A unifying song for all, All for Freedom?
    A true blue New Zealand song ! A bit of nostalgia to tap into.

    The Rumour – L’Amour Est L’Enfant De La Liberte (Love Is The Child Of Freedom)
    2 mins 48 seconds

    Lyrics here.

    Fifty years ago this week, The Rumour started their four-week run at the top of the NZ charts with their most memorable song,
    L’amour Est L’enfant de la Liberté (Love is the Child of Freedom).

    Composed by Shade (John) Smith, and sung by his twin brother, Gerard, L’amour Est L’enfant de la Liberté sold over 30,000 copies, making it one of the biggest-selling local songs of the era.

    Shade lives in Waihi these days, where he teaches guitar and still writes and produces his own music. RNZ

    Would this be a way to common sense, reconciliation, healing, opening a gate to unification with truth?
    Will people think? reconsider? seek truth, is all what we can ask, with free speech



  5. I put this up for people who want to understand where we may agree in the direction.
    To understand Anarchism, the way to small government.


    The interview with Glenn Beck,, ….. touches on how Commo-anarchism turned anarchy into a bad name, like all things that the left touch & turn to & ends up giving it a bad name.

    A little sort of precis, view can be found on the above link, to this morning’s thread & linked to the Glenn Beck interview.



  6. Another nostalgia trip,, …
    Perhaps a note the suppression, censorship, isolating us, masking us, that evolves to control, that has become so relevant today. The mindless mandatory.

    Simon & Garfunkel – The Sound of Silence (from The Concert in Central Park)
    3 mins 58 secs

    Hello darkness, my old friend
    I’ve come to talk with you again
    Because a vision softly creeping
    Left its seeds while I was sleeping
    And the vision that was planted in my brain
    Still remains
    Within the sound of silence

    In restless dreams I walked alone
    Narrow streets of cobblestone
    ‘Neath the halo of a street lamp
    I turned my collar to the cold and damp
    When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light
    That split the night
    And touched the sound of silence

    And in the naked light I saw
    Ten thousand people, maybe more
    People talking without speaking
    People hearing without listening
    People writing songs that voices never share
    No one dared
    Disturb the sound of silence

    “Fools” said I, “You do not know
    Silence like a cancer grows
    Hear my words that I might teach you
    Take my arms that I might reach you”
    But my words like silent raindrops fell
    And echoed in the wells of silence

    And the people bowed and prayed
    To the neon god they made
    And the sign flashed out its warning
    In the words that it was forming

    And the sign said, “The words of the prophets
    Are written on the subway walls
    And tenement halls
    And whispered in the sounds of silence”

    A message to what is being done to us?



    • Politics is a compromise saggy, no party will ever tick all the boxes they all have pros and cons. At this stage i could let a lot slide as what’s the point in it all if we don’t have any rights or freedoms to enjoy any of it!



      • That’s what I thought ACT was all about. Didn’t take that weasel Seymour long to show what he’s really like and what he thinks of us purebloods.
        Let’s hope we can finally find someone to rally behind and support.



    • Gotta say I am really impressed with Brian Tamaki, he’s shown himself as a true voice of common sense, and his programs in South Auckland have helped more of the downtrodden then any woke government dept ever has



    • I also twitch on the possible greenery, but a real green should be up to the challenge, to debate, and see the other part of sustainable, in balance, of what is possible and the difference of being unreasonable.

      – Doveryai, no proveryai –

      “You really don’t trust us?” Valery Legasov, a Soviet scientist and the lead character of HBO’s Chernobyl miniseries, confronts a head of the KGB after his subordinates arrest Legasov’s colleague.

      “Of course, I trust you,” the head of the KGB replies.
      “But you know the old Russian proverb: “Trust, but verify.”
      And the Americans think that Ronald Reagan thought that up…”


      At the same time, when power starts to build:-
      Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

      So the reasoning behind checks & balances, to expose anything hidden.

      So we should never totally trust any Saint, Apostle or Green? 🙂
      Seek & Focus on truth, and exposure, so truth can shine through.
      Freedom of Speech, Debate, Discussion, to bring forth exposure.



  7. My eco-warrior detector twitched a bit too Saggy – but I have no objection to Brian Tamaki because he’s really getting his shit together so he has my support. Also BTW the messages he’s sent out focus on bringing several groups together and uniting rather than working separately.

    And I agree with you IAASB that no party will tick ALL our boxes, so I’ve offered my support to Liz Gunn. Good on her for her very powerful and principled stand for freedom.



  8. Freedom may or may not come at the end of much suffering. It can only be a pleasant side effect if you live a good life.

    Aristotle’s virtues are set as a teetering balance. You’ve got to balance it just right. Too little and you are a slave. Too much and you are also a slave, to whomever feeds you lollipops.

    Set for a long righteous struggle, if you want freedom. No quick stab in the arm. Just finished struggling down “the road” [cormac macarthy]:

    “All things of grace and beauty such that one holds them to one’s heart have a common provenance in pain. Their birth in grief and ashes.”



  9. For me, one of the most important parts of Liz Gunn’s message is when she pointed out that she does not belong to the WEF.

    Have to be honest – I was once an Ardern fan. Not any more!

    Then, when someone on YSB pointed out to me that Ardern attended a WEF “Young Leaders Forum” session, and that her mugshot is still there on the WEF website, well that was well-and-truly IT . . . . as far as I am concerned.

    I have watched a good number of Dr Renier Fuellmich’s videos – one of his more recent videos made the point, if I remember correctly, that membership of the WEF “Young Leaders Forum” is by APPLICATION (as opposed, I presume, to membership “by invitation”.) That, to my way of thinking, is utterly damning of our PM.

    Fuelmich has mentioned her by name in two of his videos and Ruechel also comments in his excellent essay that she should be put on trial for what she has done.

    I’m a great fan of Fuellmich and the other members of his legal team and with what they is proposing to do. Some of my other “Heroes” in this whole sordid affair are Zelenko, Ruechel, the team who put together the Plandemic – “Indoctornation” Video (I hear part 3 is on its way – can’t wait!), Mikovits, Denninger and Malone (there are others).

    Looks like Liz Gunn should now be added to that list! Great move, Liz!



  10. For MBS42
    Another protest song to “Lets Go Brandon” & the government.

    …. Trucker drivers also began to using CB radio to communicate, especially after the United States enforced a nationwide 55 mph speed limit during the oil crisis of 1973.
    This, among other regulations, angered truckers who then used their CB radios to form convoys.
    Convoys were groups of truckers that drove together down highways faster than the speed limit because the police couldn’t catch all of them.
    Convoys would also tell each other where police officers set up speed traps, if there was a roadside emergency, or even block off roads with their trucks in protest.
    Because police would also listen to the CB radio channels, the trucker drivers developed an elaborate slang including code names called handles to protect their identities. …..


    C.W. McCall – Convoy
    4 mins 02 secs

    [CB Radio Chatter]
    Yeah, breaker one-nine
    This here’s the Rubber Duck
    You got a copy on me Pig Pen, c’mon?
    Uh, yeah, Ten-Four Pig Pen, fer sure, fer sure
    By golly it’s clean clear to Flag Town, c’mon
    Yeah, its a big Ten-Four there, Pig Pen
    Yeah, we definitely got the front door, Good Buddy
    Mercy sakes alive, looks like we’ve got us a convoy

    [Verse 1]
    It was the dark of the moon
    On the sixth of June
    In a Kenworth, pullin’ logs
    Cabover Pete with a reefer on
    And a Jimmy haulin’ hogs
    We was headin’ for bear
    On ‘I-1-0
    ‘Bout a mile out Shakey Town
    I says, Pig Pen this here’s the Rubber Duck
    And I’m about to put the hammer down

    ‘Cause we got a little ‘ole convoy
    Rockin’ through the night
    Yeah, we got a little ‘ole convoy
    Ain’t she a beautiful sight
    C’mon and join our Convoy
    Ain’t nothin’ gonna get in our way
    We gonna roll this truckin’ convoy
    ‘Cross the USA

    [CB Radio Chatter]
    Yeah, breaker Pig Pen this here’s the Duck
    And uh, you wanna back off them hogs
    Uh, ten-four ’bout five mile or so
    Ten-Roger them hogs is gettin’ intense up here

    [Verse 2]
    By the time we got into Tulsa Town
    We had eighty-five trucks in all
    But they’s a road block up on the clover leaf
    And them bears was wall to wall
    Yeah, them smokies was thick as bugs on a bumper
    They even had a bear in the air
    I says, callin’ all trucks
    This here’s the Duck
    We about to go a huntin’ bear

    ‘Cause we got a great big convoy
    Rockin’ through the night
    Yeah, we got a great big convoy
    Ain’t she a beautiful sight
    C’mon and join our Convoy
    Ain’t nothin’ gonna get in our way
    We gonna roll this truckin’ convoy
    ‘Cross the USA

    [CB Radio Chatter]
    Uh, you wanna give me a ten-nine on that Pig Pen
    Uh, negatory Pig Pen you’re still too close
    Yeah, them hogs is startin’ to close up my sinuses
    Mercy sakes, you’d better back off another ten

    [Verse 3]
    Well, we rolled up Innerstate fourty-four
    Like a rocket sled on rails
    We tore up all of our swindle sheets
    And left ’em settin’ on the scales
    By the time we hit that Chi-Town
    Them bears was a gettin’ smart
    They’d brought up some reinforcements
    From the Illinois National Guard
    There’s armored cars and tanks and jeeps
    And rigs of every size
    Yeah, them chicken coops was full of bears
    And choppers filled the skies
    Well, we shot the line
    We went for broke
    With a thousand screamin’ trucks
    And eleven long haired Friends of Jesus
    In a Chartreuse microbus

    [CB Radio Chatter]
    Yeah, Rubber Duck to Sod Buster
    C’mon there
    Yeah, Ten-Four Sod Buster
    Listen, you wanna put that microbus
    In behind that suicide jockey?
    Yeah, he’s haulin’ dynamite
    And he needs all the help he can get

    [Verse 4]
    Well, we laid a strip for the Jersey Shore
    Prepared to cross the line
    I could see the bridge was lined with bears
    But I didn’t have a doggone dime
    I says, Pig Pen this here’s the Rubber Duck
    We just ain’t a gonna pay no toll
    So we crashed the gate doin’ 98
    I says let them truckers roll

    ‘Cause we got a mighty convoy
    Rockin’ through the night
    Yeah, we got a mighty convoy
    Ain’t she a beautiful sight
    C’mon and join our Convoy
    Ain’t nothin’ gonna get in our way
    We gonna roll this truckin’ convoy
    ‘Cross the USA

    [CB Radio Chatter]
    Ah, Ten-Four
    Pig Pen what’s you’re Twenty
    Well, they oughtta know what to do
    With them hogs out there, fer sure
    Well, mercy sakes good buddy
    We gonna back on outta here
    So keep the bugs off yer glass
    And the bears off yer…tail
    We’ll catch you on the flip flop
    This here’s the Rubber Duck on the side
    We gone
    Bye, bye



    • Thank,s Simpleton – interesting details.

      To my way of thinking, the song serves as a “call to action”. (And action of some description is sorely needed.)

      I was stuck here in Aus. during the recent truckers’ strike a month or two ago. We took it seriously and stocked up on food – but the whole thing turned out to be a bit of a fizzer. A couple of trucks blocked the “on-ramp” to the motorway a few kms north of here, the police turned up, threatened them with huge fines – and that was pretty much it. All over in a few hours.

      I’m no anarchist, but nevertheless, the truckies do hold an enormous amount of power over society if they choose to take action by calling for a general truckie strike. It doesn’t take many days of “going hungry” for the populace to turn on a government..



  11. I’ve been thinking about Liz’s initiative.

    In the end if it takes off, I think a number of the smaller parties will have to combine somehow for the election. Combine like the old Alliance group did. I’m not sure how they can do it legally, under the electoral legislation, but there must be a way. Retain their own identity but be on the voting form under an umbrella organisation.
    Individually they may be get say 4% ( and individually they all lose) but if 4 or 5 get 4% then then you have 16-20% under the umbrella organisation.
    Also they would have to have a FEW experienced politicians amongst them ….people who know how Parliament works and how Wellington works. The latter knowledge would not be to help them “blend in” but to know how not to get sucked in while achieving their objectives.



  12. Feel for Liz and hope this gathers momentum…this government has censored all comments on media under the guise of hate speach…
    I haven’t watched MSM since the kahui twins Cris and Cruz got beaten to death in their cot and nobody was held accountable…to me it was the darkest day for New Zealand….
    Now this madness…of disregarding natural immunity pushing an experimental drug…and creating a divide between vacced and non vacced….I’m not a conspiracy type guy …but this sure smells like a conspiracy type thing….



  13. Have just looked at the web site.
    “Human rights, freedom, transparency, love”
    The only thing missing is flower power and ban the bomb.
    Didn’t we move on from the hippie thing back in the 60’s.
    Sorry for the sarcasm. Maybe it’s a bad hair day.
    For me of interest would be a party that’s:
    prepared to fight for one New Zealand, one democratic people under one law.
    A party that’s prepared to put the prosperity of New Zealand and New Zealanders first.
    That stands for realisation of the nation’s potential through education and innovation.
    A party that understands that sometimes ‘love’ needs to be tough, in a rough, tough and desperately unjust world.
    Freedom and well being will come naturally as a side-effect of those things.



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