Good news! Aotearoa/NZ’s go-to guy for information on the far right is stepping aside from his role at Massey University and returning to frontline research. One of the projects he has planned is a new book, an update on his earlier work on white supremacists: ‘The Politics of Nostalgia’. Read More →

The far right has always been divided about how they present themselves in public. This used to result in splits; now it results in lies. And there are no bigger liars than those behind the Identitarian Movement.Read More →

It’s a common refrain: if muslims are so opposed to terrorism, why don’t they do something about it? Let’s have a look at some of what’s really going on — stuff the media is studiously ignoring.Read More →

Police don’t collect data on hate crimes in Aotearoa/NZ, despite calls to do so from U.N. bodies. NZ Spy agencies don’t seem interested either. Exasperated by this, the Human Rights Commission started doing it themselves. THANK YOU Joris de Bres!Read More →

Wherever we look in the world, fascism seems to be on the ascendant. From Trump and Bolsanaro in the New World, to PiS, Fidesz and the AfD in Europe, to UKIP and the Brexiteers in the UK and even Hannah Tamaki’s nascent Sustainability Party here. But don’t despair!Read More →

Martin Doutré is part of a small group of people who would have us believe that Aotearoa/NZ was settled by white people long before the Māori got here. It’s no coincidence that these people are also well-known kiwi racists. It’s a classic case of forcing facts to fit beliefs.Read More →