Saturday, September 17, 2005
Kiwi's Voted Today
For the past twenty years , New Zealand has been a nuclear free zone. That may change today as New Zealand's electorate went to the polls. The election could redefine the nuclear weapons policy and the NZ/US relationship.
Don Brash, an economist, Central Bank Governor, and National Party leader says he is prepared to dismantle the nuclear-free laws in favor of free-trade laws after seeking approval in today's referendum. This will be a major shift in NZ foreign policy.
New Zealand has recently experienced Muslim extremist activities. Until now, New Zealand has been relatively insulated from the horrors of the world. With the experience of NZ and other farflung countries, we are all seeing quite plainly the overarching desire of Islam to rule the planet.
The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.