Police censorship of crime research “an outrage”

The Green Party is calling on Police Minister Michael Woodhouse to ensure Police scrap controversial contracts that place onerous restrictions on academic researchers’ access to Police data, the Green Party says.

The Green Party’s call comes following revelations that University of Canterbury sociologist Dr Jarrod Gilbert has been blacklisted from accessing police data and that other academic researchers have been required to sign contracts that give Police the ability to censor research findings.

“This is an absolute outrage – it is as though Police have never heard of the Official Information Act,” said David Clendon, the Green Party’s Police spokesperson.

“This smacks of interference, and the Minister must demand Police stop trying to stymie academic freedom, or face accusations of political interference himself.

NZ Government Placed Fascist Controls on TPPA Spin

"If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear" said the John Key lead National government that is constantly hiding things from the people of New Zealand.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts : TPP ("trade deals") & the New World Order

Dr. Roberts shares with us his analysis of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) and other so-called "trade deals" such as TTIP and TiSA, and raises the question as to whether we are seeing, in these developments, the dawn of the New World Order.

How to cast an informal vote in the flag change referendum

Prime Minister John Key wants to change New Zealand's flag. This is a vanity project for Key. It is him wanting to make an historical mark on the country so that when he is booted out of government or retires and moves back to America he can say "I was the guy who changed the flag". We cannot let him achieve this. We can change the flag once the country is rid of him and he is back in America.

The image above shows how to cast an INFORMAL VOTE. Your informal vote will count and if enough people do this to their voting papers the John Keys plan to make his mark on NZ history by changing the flag will be munted.

Corrupt Liar John Key Won't Rule Out NZ Sending Ground Troops to Iraq

Radio Live News just tweeted "John Key won't rule out NZ sending ground troops to Iraq. Speculation is mounting that a wider coalition could consider a ground offensive"

This lying psychopath is clearly champing at the bit to send New Zealand deeper into the bogus War On Terror against the US created/funded ISIS/ISIL manufactured enemy. The US government is a mass murdering criminal organisation. Our peaceful country should be standing against the New World Order global takeover and the banking Mafia that is behind it. The main problem is that John Key is a long standing member of that Mafia.

New Zealand Needs a New Prime Minister

Our current one just blends in with the others and is not easily recognisable. He keeps being mistaken for other people everywhere he goes overseas and it is pretty embarrassing and very annoying. A fresh new Prime Minister who isn't a dick and a liar would be much better. This current PM stands out no better than a snake in the grass.

Acting Director of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) is now Solicitor-General

Appointment of Solicitor-General: Una Jagose has been appointed Solicitor-General, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson QC announced today. Ms Jagose was Deputy Solicitor, Crown Legal Risk at Crown Law for two years before becoming Acting Director of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) in February this year.

“I have worked with Ms Jagose over a number of years in her roles at Crown Law and the GCSB,” Mr Finlayson said. “She has very sound legal judgement and has proven herself a capable and effective leader.”

Government Cover-ups, Spin and Lies, Another Day Under the John Key Lead National Government

A damning report by an education watchdog about babies and toddlers was partially rewritten after high-level meetings about its "risk" to the Government.

Documents show Ministry of Education advisers also tried to mitigate the impact of the Education Review Office report by planting good-news stories to balance negative media coverage, and carefully crafting a communications "narrative" during "war-room" meetings before its release.
SEE ALSO: National MP busted 'trying to use taxpayer money for political campaigning'
AND: John Key believes he can get away with anything

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