Tross Publishing – we owe those New Zealanders redeeming our times …
I have felt guilty for some time about being unable to do justice to the excellent, highly relevant books which John McLean, publisher of Tross Books, manages to produce, putting our largely leftwing, mainstream publishers to shame. His tireless campaign has embraced publishing well-researched writers addressing to the truth of issues about the actual facts, rather than media and government-supported propaganda, in relation to the history of this country.
This is vital knowledge, given the long taken-over of our educational institutions – including the Ministry of Education – by those who initially openly boasted about being neo-Marxists when I reviewed their books for the Christchurch Press in the 1980s onwards. However, they have long tunnelled underground, while we New Zealanders have been cushioned by our geographical isolation from the constant threat of invasion, both external and now internal, that Britain and European countries have had to face throughout the centuries. This, and that the fact that the teaching of history has been so long deliberately withheld from the school curriculum by this same ministry, means that New Zealanders as a whole are largely ignorant and complacent about the threat that communism, and indeed socialism, poses to any democratic country. The silly rebuttal to those writing to raise awareness of the white-anting of this country was often that they were imagining “Reds under the beds” – a clever move from the far Left, as ridicule is a strong weapon when attacking those trying to urgently bring home the truth of issues.
However, I also remember the riposte given by a Catholic trade union leader, well aware of the infiltration taking place, to the effect that it wasn’t just a case of “Reds under the beds” – but that they were actually sitting up in bed and having breakfast brought in. Metaphorically speaking, he was right.
Since the demise of INVESTIGATE magazine, produced by Ian Wishart, we have had no contemporary journal providing much-needed analysis of the relentless attack with which we are undoubtedly faced. We owe Ian a great deal for providing highly relevant, contemporary analysis of just what was, and is, happening in this country and abroad – including the mischief-making and venality of those whose political agenda has been very much against preserving New Zealand as a democracy. This of course includes the parliamentarians signed up to handing over our independence to a One World Government movement, aiming for an over- governing body with its own army to keep dissident nations in check. Like ours?
While Australia has the excellent The Spectator, News Weekly, Quadrant and The IPA Review, New Zealand now has no important and relevant journals – with the exception of ELocal, the community-based magazine producing worthwhile articles.
We therefore are very much indebted to John McLean of Tross Publishing who consistently publishes books bringing home to New Zealanders what is actually happening – and has been happening in this country – and the threats posed to us, again internally and externally.
A quick check of the Tross Publishing website shows, in “Free Speech Under Attack”, how this deliberate move to exercise more and more control over all our lives, the most fundamental tenet of any democracy, is being used as a weapon against us all. In “The Jaws of the Dragon” and “China, Lied, Thousands Died”: The origins and spread of Covid-19”, Ron Usher examines the very real threat China poses to the free world, about which our politicians have either inexcusably slow to recognise – or culpably ignorant…or worse.
And what of the fact that New Zealand inexcusably keeps dropping the deadly poison 1080 – with its horrific effect on animals and birds indiscriminately dying as a result… while the government keeps remarkably quiet about the fact that it profits from its 90% ownership of the factories continuing to selling this product – with government ministers represented on the board! “The Quiet Forest: the case against Aerial 1080,” by Fiona M.F McQueen looks to be vital reading for those who have been assured of the safety of this product.
Another title that might well be read by every concerned New Zealander and by every politician is “24 Years; The trials of Allan Titford” detailing the extraordinary custodial sentence handed out to Allan Titford – a sentence greater than that given for murder, where parole is a possibility after 10 years – or any other serious charge. This book examines the charges levelled against Titford, and the possible corruption involved. The extraordinary sentence handed out to this man, originally apparently as a result of what was private property being targeted with apparently opportunistic claims by local Maoris, shocked many, given conflicting evidence.
With too many titles to list here, I can only recommend that readers themselves access Tross Publishing where these and other such timely books as Andy Oakley’s “Once We Were One: The Fraud of Modern Separatism”, One Treaty, One Nation” “Twisting the Treaty” put paid to the propaganda, and indeed actual lies, now being told about the “Treaty of Waitangi.” Like so many other treaties of the past, for the sake of the future of this country, and of the vital concept of one law for all – there’s a very good case for arguing it should also be consigned to the dustbins of history.
© Amy Brooke
See my book “100 Days – Claiming Back New Zealand …what has gone wrong, and how we can control our politicians.” Available through my BOOK Page at www.amybrooke.co.nz, or at Amazon’s Kindle.