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Watched the interview of Hannah and Duncan Garner just now.

Wow, talk about a fish out of water. She needs to ask her god to provide divine intervention to protect her from the rough and tumble of Politics.

Who goes on National TV and knows nothing about the policies you are espousing and doesn’t even do any research?

The Brown Bishop is a coward for not fronting up. Instead he chucks his naive wife in the deep end and watches her flounder.

It makes Alfred Ngaro look so much better. If you were a god botherer looking for a party to support, you would need to have fallen out of the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down, not to give your vote to Ngaro.

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  1. Jacinda has no grasp of policy either and she has been in the fray for years.

    I thought that she did well under the circumstances, and I have no problem with NZer’s wanting to push back with a Christian narrative when we have been made to feel like a Muslim country.

    Judith gave good advice regarding having one to three policies that they are going to promote.

    i thought that Hannah would resonate with a demographic, Duncan didn’t like any criticism of Labour though..

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  2. Yes, very naive to to front up as the new leader of a political party for an interview and express a few uninformed views on politics like her estimate of immigration being “say 2000 a year” when the actual numbers are closer to 70,000. As Duncan Garner said, she turned up to a knife fight with a teddy bear. I did laugh when Hanna Tamaki stated that Cindy was not experienced enough to be the minister of children, and someone, like her, a great grandmother should instead be in charge of child welfare. She backtracked quickly when she admitted Cindy is a mother now.

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    • Being a mother is not an automatic badge of knowledge, or honour.

      So I guess we will see when they get their 500 supporters where they go to from there. As I have said, we are in election mode which is why parties are coming to the fore and positions marked out. Let the games begin.

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            • I know a man now 40 who impregnates willy nilly, (should be more nilly willy) even offers the stuff up where the man in a couple is infertile. Problem is that he has genetic flaws and every one of those children that I am aware of has issues and so do the mothers that he has chosen to ‘help’.

              He is the son of an old friend of mine, but sees nothing wrong with it what so ever.

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                • Of course you were joking, I didn’t for a minute think otherwise.

                  The same person that I was referring to also can’t work because of a bad back, I reckon if the back is so bad you shouldn’t be able to root either.

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                  • I know the sort. My very own younger sister is one of them. She can’t stand up straight, but by golly she can get those legs in the air. She’s well through her 40s now, so I think the steady stream of babies is finally drying up, but she’s unlikely to ever do an honest day’s work. Six kids to five different fathers (I am not exaggerating), more than 25 years of welfare dependency, grandmother before the age of 40…

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                    • Cough, I was a grandmother at 34, but I did confine my three children to two husbands. I had my first child at 17 and so did my eldest.

                      When he found out that he was a father which was well after the child was born, (long story), he has always worked and paid child support.

                      He had his next at 32 odd and a couple more and is with their mother, my other two late 20’s are still practicing.

                      Neither of my ex husbands contributed or were involved in their children’s lives, and I wasn’t even a bitch.

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    • Wow someone less informed than Garner!
      The first time I ever saw Garner was in the TV3 3D thing about 2012.
      This was with Espiner.
      So it was 2 soft white males who only got validated by marrying ‘find me a Maori bride’.
      Sorry! Long. 500 words here. Conclusion at end.

      This is the same Duncan Garner that thinks Valerie Adams is the No. 12 shot putter in the world because he is too utterly stoopid to know that Men’s shot-put weights 16 lb (7.26 kg) and Women’s is 4 kg even. #clueless.
      This is the fella who said last year – naively responding to what T May was trying to achieve- oh, Brexit is so hard why not abandon it. So he is anti-democracy, take note.

      This is the Garner clown who bleats about gender pay gap but when his last missus quit her job as a PA to become a ‘teachers aide’ at one third the pay, that was fine for her quality of life… even though he moaned on air about how little she was paid as an unqualified aide. Duh!

      That ‘Maori bride’ has since left him.
      He has scattered his seed around with 4 kids to 3 women so when we talk about responsibilities….
      The Tamakis have been together for over 40 years.
      Just a bit of counterpoint here.

      This financially and politically illiterate dullard, Garner, is so slow he needs to be educated regularly by Richardson.
      This is after many years in ‘political journalism’ – an oxymoron.

      Garner is not the smartest person in the room.
      Occasionally he is not the dumbest either…a broken clock and all that.

      I imagine Hannah Tamaki will get hammered on the hustings but look at the massive leeway that ‘what is GDP’ Ardern gets because she is a leftie female (add in Ghahraman, Davidson etc) -most of whom are anti-democracy and anti-free speech.
      It is Tamaki’s choice and the media will act nasty as they have to Pauline Hanson.
      Anything not far left is ‘right wing extremist’ as a theme run by media filth around the world.
      The biggest risk the Tamakis have is if they use tax exempt monies from the church takings for political purposes.

      Oh, and if she is naive, what about that tall gangly weird Christian dude who started a Party?
      He was a doozy with the weirdness and creepy photos. Cant mention his name; I don’t want the court time.

      Conclusion:-
      Mrs Tamaki may be politically naive but then most of Labour and Green MPs already on the taxpayer tit are business naive, financially illiterate, anti democracy ,and anti free speech that are using the jackboots in blue to enforce against those who question them.
      Let her have her say; it’s her call.
      I’m no Christian supporter but at least Destiny’s money is largely spent locally whereas the Mormon and Seventh Day take their tithes from a similar following and squirrel it (tax free) offshore to their rich USA churches. This get no adverse publicity in filthy media.

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    • Also, if Hannah can tell it like it is, in her supporters vernacular, it is still a dog whistle. The public are being kept in the dark, flash words, that say nothing, just make people feel stupid, otherwise why wouldn’t they understand?

      They need to know that nobody else is getting told anything either, so Hannah can tell them in a way that they understand. She could take over the Maori Party, haven’t heard anything from them for a while.

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  3. Finally a bit of comedy from a so called “comedian”. It seems that this coot Tim Batt swooped in quickly on Thursday and bought the http://www.coalitionparty.co.nz page. He said:

    …..”It is an online protest in the vein of comedy and love against voices of bigotry and darkness.”……

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/112960575/comedian-tim-batt-trolls-brian-and-hannah-tamakis-coalition-party-with-domain-name-purchase

    Beautiful! 🙂

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  4. Poor Hannah
    Thing is, when you surround yourself with sycophants you do think yourself universally popular.
    You’d think she’d have learned a thing or two when she couldn’t step into leadership at the MWWL simply because she wanted to.

    And: ‘what would have happened if Colonel Sanders had given up at the first hurdle?’
    Well Hannah – the world would have been saved from a gastronomic tragedy, rampant obesity, and quite a few cases of salmonella.

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  5. “It makes Alfred Ngaro look so much better. If you were a god botherer looking for a party to support, you would need to have fallen out of the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down, not to give your vote to Ngaro.”

    That assumes Ngaro is starting a party and will not either stay with National or join the New Conservatives.

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  6. Good for a laugh though however we need to be aware of how her and the bishop got to where they are today. All done with other peoples money given up freely for a ticket to heaven. What a phony. What is next blue eye contact lenses? While it is expected their congregation will be directed how to vote what can we expect them to be directed to do about the legalization of drug referendum?

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