Family Integrity #462 — Dennis Morris-Traveller returns for 2nd interview on Youtube

Family Integrity #462 — Dennis Morris-Traveller returns for 2nd interview on Youtube.
You’ll love these interviews!

Craig Smith

Family Integrity


Dennis Morris-Traveller of Baanaadoze, and spokesperson for the Yes Vote campaign re the upcoming referendum, returns for a second enlightening and entertaining interview with host Renton Maclachlan.

The topic is the much publicized ‘Ambiguity of the question’ – ‘Should a smack as part of good parental correction be a criminal offence in New Zealand?’

See at:

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The 1st Interview:

Dennis’s first  interview which teases out bullet points on the Yes Vote website Home page, can be found at:

For some of the controversy generated by the first interview, see:


ALSO… two other informative videos on the referendum issue:

‘The NZ ‘anti-correction law’ – ‘What it says!’


The aim is to remove any confusion people may have about the law. Clear, concise, and unemotional, it puts the issues plainly.


‘The NZ ‘anti-correction law’ – ‘Why correction is needed.’

Concise, fast paced, in your face yet unemotional. An analysis of the worldviews behind both the old and the new Section 59s.

Includes discussion of the ideas of Drs Brian Edwards, Lloyd Geering, Richard Dawkins, William Provine.

With thanks

Renton  Maclachlan


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