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  1. Jacinda announces 431 athlete deaths, is safe and effective and the new normal. Get chipped or you are an enemy, to communism. If you go along, you are communist.

    https://goodsciencing.com/covid/athletes-suffer-cardiac-arrest-die-after-covid-.shot/

    Big Pharma owns the government watchdogs, such as Pharmac, NIAID, NHS, WHO. Called “regulatory capture” Through “development allowances” officials such as Fauci receive millions of dollars of bag money every year to rush through dangerous drugs. Fauci is a mobster, hiding in plain sight.

    Public officials who betray their charter to defend people and children for money, should hang. If 1% of Fauci’s misdeeds were accounted for he should be excoriated.

    Citations for RFK’s book below. Just completed the chapter where Ugandan leaders sell access to their people for big pharma to experiment upon them. Gates, et al, use Africa’s children as lab rats for dangerous drugs.

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/fauci_info/citations/

    Must away, can only black pill for so much every day.

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    • Will be very interesting and sad should some of our young sportsman suffer a vaccine related injury now that pre season training will have stepped up. My 21 year old relative who is a representative rugby player certainly suffered an adverse reaction after his shot.
      I noted this one on the list “18/10/21 New Zealand Dead
      Sean Wainui (25), Star NZ rugby player, died in a solo car crash into a tree, a week after getting vaccinated News Story.
      I know that this list does basically enter all public sporting injuries or deaths and can only go on information given or received. After his death it was given out he had died through suicide, could he have had a heart attack and left the road?
      Olivia Podmore is also listed, in her case I think suicide is indicated – “Hours before her death, she posted on Instagram about the pressures of high-performance sport.”
      A common theme throughout is a lack of information about vaccine status being given out, as it is said “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled”
      FJA

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      • When the season starts we should pray that none are consumed by the statistical horrors hidden in 75 year old report. If they are, we need to prepare to fight for justice, and prepare the scarfs to hoist the guilty on petards.

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  2. Morning happy people.
    Seems that most are over this shit but still some Karens and Kens out there.

    Fisherboy and his equally fishy smelling bitch have gone to ground.

    Court challenge on in Florida for the use of ivermectin for the seriously ill. posted on the other page.

    Sascatewen boss says its time to toss the crap and the smarmy boy with it. Meanwhile Quebec (Full of frogs ), is going to tax the unvaxxed. Interesting war there.

    https://t.me/whiterosenz/109267 Refugees

    https://t.me/whiterosenz/109268 Western aussie

    https://t.me/whiterosenz/109269 France Getting rough there.

    https://t.me/whiterosenz/109271 Australia

    https://t.me/whiterosenz/109274 America

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  3. Nationwide Surge In Deaths Among People Aged 18-49: A State by State Overview
    Highest state sees 65 percent increase in prime-age mortality, only 36 percent attributed to COVID-19
    By Petr Svab
    January 12, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022

    Deaths among people aged 18 to 49 increased more than 40 percent in the 12 months ending October 2021 compared to the same period in 2018–2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis of death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by The Epoch Times.

    The agency doesn’t yet have full 2021 numbers, as death certificate data trickles in with a lag of one to eight weeks or more.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/northeast-fares-best-amid-2021-prime-age-mortality-spike_4208797.html?utm_source=Morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2022-01-13&mktids=6dbd30d5c229ad1c6030db6cd1346018&est=Yc66nndWsYwajx45f0FRnsiatWV%2BZAYACTvECgiWb5Yiso2y83Mu%2FrNckrHzZg%3D%3D

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  4. Fully Vaccinated Australians In Hospital For COVID-19 Surpass Unvaccinated
    By Daniel Khmelev
    January 12, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022
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    For the first time, New South Wales (NSW) has seen more fully vaccinated patients hospitalised with COVID-19 compared to the number of unvaccinated patients as the Omicron outbreak continues to edge toward its peak.

    Data published by the NSW government’s COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit has revealed that as of Jan. 9, 68.9 percent of COVID-19 patients aged 12 and over in hospitals had two doses of the vaccine, with 28.8 percent unvaccinated.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/fully-vaccinated-australians-in-hospital-with-covid-19-surpass-unvaccinated_4207135.html?utm_source=Morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2022-01-13&mktids=6dbd30d5c229ad1c6030db6cd1346018&est=Yc66nndWsYwajx45f0FRnsiatWV%2BZAYACTvECgiWb5Yiso2y83Mu%2FrNckrHzZg%3D%3D

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  5. Your brain is what you have in your gut.
    Very interesting.
    We all eat to much. Apparently fasting is good for your brain.
    Perhaps the Catholics and Muslims know something we don’t?

    Link Between Alzheimer’s and Gut Is Confirmed
    By Joseph Mercola
    January 12, 2022 Updated: January 12, 2022

    Alzheimer’s disease continues to be a leading cause of death in the U.S., with 1 in 3 seniors dying with Alzheimer’s or dementia — more than the number killed by breast and prostate cancers combined.

    While a cure has remained elusive, the connection between brain health and gut microbiota has grown clearer, and research suggests that the bacteria in your intestines may influence brain functioning and can even promote neurodegeneration.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/link-between-alzheimers-and-gut-is-confirmed_4208435.html?utm_source=healthnoe&utm_campaign=health-2022-01-13&utm_medium=email&est=%2B9bU6w2Fber5xmE822%2FMNsQh7NJcqRZ4UPjzHgm1QBEYNUvJQos2K2U8fT1GzNU%3D

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  6. Why the housing Market is about to go tits up.

    Dunedin woman says urgent extension to mortgage declined because of $187 Kmart trip
    14 Jan, 2022 05:21 AM
    A Dunedin woman says a $187 Christmas shopping trip to Kmart in Invercargill has prevented her getting a mortgage for urgently needed repairs on her home.

    Kim Anderson-Robb is one of many people being tripped up by new changes to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act.

    The change, which was intended to protect vulnerable borrowers from loan sharks, means banks have to crack down on applicants’ spending before they can approve loans.

    Anderson-Robb and her husband needed to make urgent repairs to their Wakari home late last year.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/dunedin-woman-says-urgent-extension-to-mortgage-declined-because-of-187-kmart-trip/76EOT76JLADLAWENKIQMVCKY2Q/

    Had the same experience so sold and paid the bastards back. Fuck them.

    There are lots of stories like this around.

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    • ppl need to revert back to a cash system and stop letting the banks view their lives through a bank statement.

      My mate got declined as well due to a gym membership and a night out in qtown for his bday. He already has several houses so wasnt too fussed but was still a bit pisssed at the bank as he is more then capable of servicing the loan.

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      • Yep, but its a ploy by the banks to piss lots of people off so that Robbo and Orr get the necessary grief for their actions.
        Probably a good thing.

        You have to remember that lefties are all vile bastards. always were and always will be.

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        • “Dunedin woman says urgent extension to mortgage declined because of $187 Kmart trip”
          I do find that a bit hard to believe. It doesnt pass the sniff test. There will be something in their banking history that twarted their renovating plans. Maybe they tried it on before, renos, then spent the dosh on a vacation/new car/boat. Hunty would never think of such a plan.*cough*..🙄

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          • Happened to me in October. 30% LVR, never missed a beat 7 incomes from them.
            nd if you look. Going to get worse.
            Banks don’t care just giving at all backto their shareholders and raising their margin as well.
            Used to have a lending margin of 1.5%.
            Now it is 2.5%. Any reason?
            Other than greed.

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    • Viking, it was this Government and this legislation pushed through by the fiscal dwarf Robertson, that has caused this situation.. What is happening now is only going to get worse, first home borrowers are going to be denighed funding on the flimsiest of grounds and long term loyal Bank customers are going to get shafted.

      The Banks, the Banking Ombudsman, the Bankers Association, National and ACT, did stuff all to oppose this legislation and idiots like Robertson, could not see the unintended consequences. That is because the man is an intellectual pigmy.

      I bet Robertson, nor any member of Adern’s Government could give me just one example and valid reason what this legislation has done, or intended to do, to improve the life of any New Zealander. Just another failed policy and useless legislation.

      FJA

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      • “….Robertson, could not see the unintended consequences. That is because the man is an intellectual pigmy.”

        By the same token, so too are the financial geniuses in the Act and National party’s. There was plenty of commentary on the likely impacts from financial experts in the private sector.

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    • Morning Troopers,
      So is this how they intend to bring house prices down? By making it so that nobody can borrow money? FS. Guess it will work, at devastating human cost. How many people can pay cash for their first house? How many are going to be able to afford to rent when the govt’s finished punishing evil landlords. They won’t be happy until 80% of NZ’ers are in state care. And the other 20% are in state employment.

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    • Tds is strong, the moron has the wrong president in the bottom cartoon.

      Pity he isnt holding up the other slippery fish partner aswell. Run bitch run, its great she refuses to comment as it means even her and her team have no way to spin it, i wish someone would ask the cow if she was present while clarkE was on the phone to the pharmacist!

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      • Being silent and hoping it’ll go away isn’t terribly mature. Hopefully some journo’s will have the stones to grill her when parliament’s back next week. Or is her plan to stay on holiday until after the wedding?

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      • IAASB, the hose faced mole and her jockey, think that silence is the way to treat this matter and it will go away. Nah. it will just goes to show in the publics mind that they are as guilty as hell and donkey deep in this matter.
        Instead of front footing it head on and dealing with it, Mrs Ed has retreated to her stable and bolted the stable door.
        To late, Jim’s Knackers Yard is on the way around to pick up this scrawny broken down carcass along with her current jockey and take them to the pet food factory, where they will bet turned into dog food.

        FJA

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  7. The danger now is mass resignation, not mass hysteria.
    It is a simple statement of fact that in New Zealand and much of the western world today, some policies are in place that would have been unthinkable, just 18 months ago.
    For most of your life, the idea that a person would have to show a Government certificate to enter a pub or a restaurant or a cinema, or to board a flight, would have been more at home in a dystopian alternative history movie than in the society in which we actually live.
    The idea that Governments could arbitrarily decide to close private businesses, or restrict their opening hours, would have seemed unthinkable. The idea that the defending Australian open champion might be denied entry to Australia on what – according to Australia’s own judicial courts – amounted to little more than a whim by the Government would have seemed fanciful.
    All of those things, now, are part of normal life. And more, to boot. Children across the world are still wearing masks to schools, though, try as you might, you will not find any controlled experiments or trials showing, anywhere in the world, that masks amongst schoolchildren reduce covid infections. That data does not exist. (See also [1]).
    In my own writing, I have always tried to be careful about throwing around phrases like “mass hysteria”. As a general rule, they do nobody any good: At an individual level, the truth is that most people are not hysterical, but rather it is, simply, always easier and more rational, to comply than to object.
    Who, after all, wants to be the oddball who does not wear their mask at the supermarket? Who wants to be the awkward parent who insists that their child won’t wear a mask in class? You can be guaranteed that you will get precious little support from those around you, because even those who quietly agree will, on balance, decide that it is in their own interest to remain silent.
    What we are actually seeing is not really mass hysteria, but mass resignation – a sense of powerlessness in the face of the public health authorities
    A fool – a literal fool – for example, can see that worldwide, the covid 19 vaccines have done precious little to stop the spread of covid. Yet, the idea that vaccine passports must all be updated to reflect that one has taken a third booster vaccine is accepted with enthusiasm from some, and resignation from most. “That’s just the way it is now,” is the general response.
    One problem, of course, though it will annoy some readers to hear it, is that many people just do not want to associate with “those” people. You know the ones. The oddballs. The troublemakers. The kind of people who post in all caps on facebook and social media about professional athletes with heart difficulties, and declare that it’s all “part of a plan”. Caught between those people, and nice Dr. Bloomfield on the telly, the Average Joe knows which side they’d rather be seen to be on. It is difficult to blame them in a way – the alternative to accepting the official narrative is simply too uncomfortable a prospect.
    This, above all else, is the problem: In their hearts, many have an annoying inkling that something here is not quite right. But it is difficult, is it not, as a rational person, to articulate it properly? To sound reasonable. To not associate yourself with the fringier, conspiracy theorist element.
    All of this, of course, is to some extent a deliberate ploy. We hear so much about the “far right” at least in part because the people doing the yelling about the far right know that 99% of people would be horrified at the thought of being considered a member of the “far right”. And as more and more ideas get labelled “far right”, so, more and more ideas are considered “unacceptable”.
    And so we arrive at the position as it is today: Which is that, according to a poll in the Sunday Independent, 23% of the Irish population (and likely some similar percentage in most parts of the western world, should similar polling be more widely undertaken) want to abolish all restrictions today, and go back to normal, regardless of ever increasing cases (be it Delta, Omicron, etc. etc.).
    But those people are relatively poorly represented in politics, and the media, at least in part because the dominant narrative is that those who want to return to life as it was in January 2020 are, at least to some extent, far-right extremists, anti maskers, anti vaxxers, and science deniers. And those with the ability, and power, to represent them are, to some extent, afraid to do so.
    But those positions can be articulated reasonably, and fairly. Here, for example, is a question: Ireland presently (at the time of writing) has the highest case rates for Covid 19… in the world. So, what would happen if Ireland abolished all restrictions? Would they go from 20k cases a day (which, given testing limits, is probably a fraction of the total) to… 100k cases a day? 200k cases a day?
    What are the restrictions actually restricting, aside from normal life? What are the masks in the classrooms actually accomplishing? What are the vaccine passports achieving? How different would our country look, today, if we abolished all those policies this morning?
    In your heart, I suspect, you know what the answer to those questions is. Things would not look very different at all.
    After all, at the present rate, covid will very soon run out of people to infect.
    And yet, there is little move from many western governments (least of all New Zealand) toward acknowledging the end of this pandemic. If anything, many western Governments seem almost eager to keep it going. To keep the emergency powers, and the temporary vaccine passports, and all the other accoutrements of pandemic life. And to keep them, it must be said, indefinitely.
    There is an old saying, from Benjamin Franklyn, which should be emblazoned on our thinking, at the beginning of 2022: “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”
    The danger of many of these previously unthinkable liberty crushing measures becoming permanent is frighteningly real, unless more are willing to snap out of their resigned obedience.

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    • Great Post Mike.

      After all, at the present rate, covid will very soon run out of people to infect.

      I believe it already has. These new variations are either the equivalent of the morphing annual flu, rebranded as a health apocalypse, or as we are now seeing, vaccine reactions, injuries. and deaths.

      As you say most people are too resigned to question anything. They should take heed of the fact that prior to Covid, in the last year that stats were released, 2017, that 837 people died of the flu. At an IFR of 0.096, this means that 871,875 people got the flu that year, and these are the symptomatic ones – I’ve never heard of widespread testing for flu, even if you do have symptoms.

      And research is divided on what the asymptomatic symptomatic ration is.
      Depending on research method, the asymptomatic % can be as low as 16% or high as 65-85%.
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4586318/

      So pretty much every year, the bulk of NZers get or ingest the flu.
      Why is this?

      [1] Airborne viruses do not respect the 1 metre or 2 metre rule. Perfumes, farts, smelly cheese, cat sick, maggot smell, stinky fish, are all capable of transcending large distances in seconds. I have known a badly chosen perfume on a woman to cross 10 metres in a restaurant in under a second as she walked in the door. I’ve seen meeting rooms cleared within a second or two of some oaf letting rip a big one,

      Where there is airflow, as in a supermarket, the speed increases, and also when you walk into an air pocket previously occupied by someone with the bot, or even bad BO, you pick it up.

      http://www.vsrda.org/how-scent-and-airflow-works

      [2] Airborne viruses do not respect that you wear a mask and therefore obey some hidden govt decree, and refrain from engaging with the thin sticky fluid on your eyeballs. Airborne viruses cannot read the TV news, so are ignorant of the need to avoid eyeballs, and even if they could watch the news, they would take no notice of Ardern’s posturing. Your eyeball fluid is constantly being refreshed every time you blink, with your eyelid wiper blades wiping the old fluid down through the tear ducts, and ultimately into your throat.

      [3] Airborne viruses do not respect that you wear a mask and therefore avoid trying to ‘fly’ through holes in the mask that are many times greater than the virus size. The virus that causes COVID-19 is about 0.1 micrometer in diameter. (A micrometer (µm) is one one-thousandth of a millimeter.) The holes in woven cloth are visible to the naked eye and may be five to 200 micrometers in diameter.

      [4] Neither do they respect bad science from the POT and refuse to collect and live on the mask fabric.

      And there is a vast difference between a respirator and a surgical face mask, and between a $1 supermarket mask and a surgical mask. Surgical masks do diddly squat and designers masks are exactly that.

      So Mike, chances are Covid has already done the rounds. We’ve all been exposed, and nothing happened.

      The only pandemic is a pandemic of fear.

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  8. Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Queen Elizabeth has stripped her son Prince Andrew of all military titles and patronages and he will no longer be entitled to use His Royal Highness (HRH) as a form of address.
    President Biden announced that former President Clinton is to answer charges that he made 46 private trips tp the late Jeffrey Epstein’s private retreat but will be allowed to be represented by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who only made 6 trips.
    One of the above is true.
    FJA

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  9. With the recent comments by the Pfizer chairman and CEO about his company’s two injections offering little, if any protection, I went and re-read Justice Cooke’s decision from October on the vax mandate for the MIQ workers.

    Man, his comments on the effectiveness of the injection has not aged well…admittedly he was ruling on what Ministry of Health had put in front of him and chose to accept their dodgy evidence.

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  10. This article focuses a little bit on the Great Resignation being the real revolution that’s going on. Many throughout the world are opting out of the conventional employee / employer relationships and being part of the “gig economy”. Plus you have the Baby Boom generation retiring en masse (or setting up their own gigs). AND then there are the mandates… This means the workforce is rapidly shrinking. This is the real reason why we have so many shortages happening throughout the world.

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2022/the-real-revolution-is-underway-but-nobody-recognizes-it/

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  11. Compulsory vaccination postponed in Austria and Germany due to ‘technical problems’

    In February and March, respectively, both Germany and Austria would have introduced compulsory vaccination against Covid-19, something that has met with massive protests. In step with the growing resistance among the populations in both countries, signals from leading politicians are now coming that what is called the “vaccination obligation” will not be introduced in February and March. Technical problems and unsustainable time planning are said to be reasons for the coercive measures being postponed.

    Guess all the mass protests against this would have nothing to do with the “technical problems”.

    https://freewestmedia.com/2022/01/13/compulsory-vaccination-postponed-in-austria-and-germany-due-to-technical-problems/

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  12. I hear media have been given the message from
    Arderns minders. Basically “No further news releases concerning fish boys lies relating to RATs.”

    Seriously we know she does not cope with stress and has publicly admitted this. She just cannot ignore the comments that appear daily in media and she knows the intense hatred from her once loyal subjects.

    This Govt is run by criminals and it’s time she got married and buggered off.

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  13. China has been gathering up all the food supplies for themselves over the past couple of years. Why?

    Global Economy Heading For “Mother Of All” Supply Chain Shocks As China Locks Down Ports
    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/global-economy-heading-mother-all-supply-chain-shocks-china-locks-down-ports

    CORRECTION: Canada now HAS NOT dropped the requirement for truckers!

    They now claim the representative made “an error” in her announcement. Supply chain disruptions back on.

    What an obscene performance.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/8509307/vaccine-mandate-truckers-border-back-on-covid/

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    • The US Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for large businesses delivering a blow to the US government.

      The Biden administration had mandated that coronavirus vaccinations or weekly testing should be made compulsory in companies that employ over 100 workers. However, the Supreme Court judges disagreed with President Biden’s vaccine guideline.

      The judges however allowed the vaccine mandate for health workers in facilities which receive US government funds.

      Also Read: AstraZeneca trials show its Vaxzevria vaccine causes high immune response against Omicron

      The US president expressed his disappointment with the verdict, saying: “I am disappointed that the Supreme Court has chosen to block common-sense life-saving requirements for employees at large businesses that were grounded squarely in both science and the law.”

      Biden urged employers to do the “right thing” as the country continues to battle against the virus.

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  14. So the Herald have written an article statimg that Jacinda’s close personal friend Lorde did her time in MIQ.
    Argument over.
    We are all nutters and comspiracy theorists..
    *Except they have provided NO actual proof or documentation..
    Utterly astonishing journalism!

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    • The dissonance is astronishing isn’t it? “Anti-Vaxxers” who provide actual evidence are dismissed but politicians with a track record of bullshitting (and their friends) are believed at face value..

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  15. So Nicki Minaj was right about her cousin.

    US man claims his penis shrunk 1.5 inches after infection, studies say it’s possible
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/lifestyle/2022/01/covid-19-us-man-claims-his-penis-shrunk-1-5-inches-after-infection-studies-say-it-s-possible.html

    After suffering a severe bout of COVID-19 last July, the US man began experiencing a strange side effect – erectile dysfunction.

    While his impotence was eventually remedied over time, the man soon discovered that he’d got the short end of the stick.

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  16. A possible theory by Marc Giradot to explain vax injuries and why most people are not affected.
    He suggests that the vax injected into a blood vessel goes on to cause damage whereas injected into the muscle where it is supposed to go doesn’t. Right or not if anyone is subjecting themselves to the vax (forced or not) it would seem to make sense to ensure that they aspirate the needle before injecting.
    https://covidmythbuster.substack.com/p/what-could-go-wrong

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  17. Fact check.

    Prince Andrew had consensual sex with a legal age gold digging whore.

    The average age of consent globally is around 14. In NZ it’s 16. The young lady was not underage unless you wrongly imagine the USA is the moral guardian of the world.

    The whore should be sent to Kabul to be tried for her behaviour.

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    • Kea, i agree but it is kinda funny a pompas tosser is going to get dragged over hot coals and even funnier its a royal tosspot.

      In nz age of consent is 16 but need to be 18 to be a paid whore, theres been “sugar daddies” in nz prosecute in the last few years for paying 16 and 17yr olds… had they not paid and given gifts it wouldve been fully legal.

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    • Yup From the photo I have seen she seemed very happy to be in the presence of said prince. If she was indeed traumatised by the whole event, why wait until now? I can’t stand paedophiles or rapists, but Andrew is neither. An idiot, yes. But that’s not a criminal offense. And the ages of consent vary around the world. So shagging her in the USA might have been illegal, but in the UK or Europe, perfectly fine. And yes, I have two daughters.

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  18. Milk without the cow: Cellular agriculture could be the future of farming, but dairy farmers need help

    A new wave of cow-less dairy is hitting the market. In the United States, Perfect Day is using genetically modified fungi to produce milk protein for ice cream at a commercial scale. And pre-commercial companies, like TurtleTree and Better Milk, are engineering mammary cells to produce human and cow milk in laboratories, although these remain in the early stages of development.

    https://phys.org/news/2022-01-cow-cellular-agriculture-future-farming.html

    What is Cell Ag?
    https://new-harvest.org/what-is-cellular-agriculture/

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  19. Covid-19: Doctor recording vaccinated patients as ‘magnetic’ in clinic notes

    A New Zealand doctor has been accused of writing clinic notes describing Covid-19-vaccinated patients as “magnetic”.

    A colleague who discovered the records was so concerned, they wrote to Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins.

    The ministerial emails have been released to RNZ under the Official Information Act.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/459555/covid-19-doctor-recording-vaccinated-patients-as-magnetic-in-clinic-notes

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    • I have a feeling that 2022 is the year that is going to see the good Dr Conlon completely vindicated.
      The RNZ cub reporter in trying to paint Dr Conlon as a charlatan, infers as proof, that he ignorantly described the vaccination as “a gene therapy injection”. Had she had gone to the Medsafe site she would have found that Medsafe even refer to it as ‘nanotechnology-gene therapy’.
      Further proof of his quackery, according to this investigative reporter, is that he tried to convince a pregnant patient not to take the injection. Medsafe advises, ” there is limited data with the use of Comirnaty in pregnant women”, and Pfizer data on the Medsafe site states, ” Administration of COMIRNATY in pregnancy should only be considered when the potential benefits outweigh any potential risks for the mother and fetus”.

      And as to the scummy little Medical Council nark and former work colleague of the good doctor, I hope you get your comeuppance.

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      • “Medsafe advises, ” there is limited data with the use of Comirnaty in pregnant women”, and Pfizer data on the Medsafe site states, ” Administration of COMIRNATY in pregnancy should only be considered when the potential benefits outweigh any potential risks for the mother and fetus”.

        But Robbo said from the POT that it is safe for pregnant women.

        I remember being stunned that he of no medical qualification would make such as dangerous statement.
        FGR

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  20. Don Brash.

    Earlier this month, writing in the New Zealand Herald, Anne Gibson reported that the Prime Minister had said that the Government is “determined to address housing affordability” and was “using all the tools available”, such as changes to tax settings, supporting first-home buyers and increasing supply. “We cannot afford to see year on year these dramatic [price] increases.”

    Well no, we “cannot afford” to see year on year price increases of the kind we’ve seen every year since the Labour-New Zealand First Government came to power in 2017, or even the only slightly lower increases of the preceding National Government. The reality is that for more than two decades house prices have been rising faster than incomes in New Zealand, pushing home ownership further and further out of reach for a significant fraction of the population while greatly enriching those who, by hard work or good luck, owned their own homes before this rapid price escalation began.

    In Auckland house prices have now reached an average of $1.5 million, while Barfoot & Thompson, Auckland’s largest residential property dealer, reports that the median house price for Auckland in December reached $1,235,000, up 22.9% on a year earlier.

    I noted in my last post that these very high house prices – equivalent to some 11 times the median household income in Auckland – were the main reason why New Zealanders enjoy the fourth highest level of wealth per capita in the world.

    Since that post I have read two articles relevant to the subject. The first was a major piece in the New Zealand Herald, again by Anne Gibson, under the head-line “Power List: New Zealand’s 7 busiest builders”. This article described the number and average price of the houses built by each of the seven largest home builders in New Zealand. I was agreeably surprised.

    The largest builder in the year to October 2021 was GJ Gardner Homes. Over the 12 months, that firm built 1643 homes, with an average size of 189 square metres, at an average price of $$456,506. The second largest, Williams Corporation, built 761 homes, with an average size of 69 square metres, at an average price of $141,164. By chance, the other five builders all sold homes within that size and price range during the 12 months.

    My initial reaction was positive – those prices seemed to be eminently affordable for the average household. But of course almost immediately I realised that those prices did not include the land on which the homes were built. And as I and others have pointed out repeatedly, it is not the price of houses which is ridiculous in New Zealand but the price of the (often tiny) plots of land that they sit on which is utterly absurd.

    That land price is to a very large extent within the control of the Prime Minister because it is not the free market which drives that price but regulatory intervention. She has quite explicitly refused to do anything about it.

    In 2017, after the new Labour-New Zealand First Government was sworn in, the Government laid out its plans for the Parliamentary term in the Speech from the Throne, as is customary at the beginning of every new Parliament. Included in that Speech was a very explicit commitment to abolish the Metropolitan Urban Limit which is the sole explanation of the ridiculous price of urban sections in Auckland (and therefore, to a large extent, in the rest of the country as Aucklanders flee in the hope of finding cheaper accommodation elsewhere). She has now reneged on that promise, and on the contrary, has promised not to abolish that boundary.

    So when she claims to be doing everything possible to make housing more affordable, what she really means that she’ll do everything possible but most of all avoid any fall in house prices – though how houses can be made more affordable without house prices falling is one of life’s great mysteries.

    Perhaps reneging on her promise had some higher motive, like protecting the environment from the consequences of urban sprawl. But as I argued in my last post, it is by no means obvious that allowing the suburbs to spread a bit further would have a serious environmental impact. Indeed, high rise apartment buildings – made of concrete and steel, requiring 24-hour lighting and elevators, often involving air-conditioning systems and certainly requiring electric clothes dryers rather than an old-fashioned clothes-line – almost certainly have a more adverse impact on the environment than “sprawling suburbs”.

    I also quoted a study done a few years ago by Energy Australia and the New South Wales Department of Planning which found that energy consumption per person in high-rise apartment buildings was almost double that in stand-alone houses.

    The second article I’ve read since my last post was entitled “Sprawl is good: the environmental case for suburbia”, published on 30 November 2021 by the Breakthrough Institute in the US. It strongly confirms my view that high-rise apartment buildings use vastly more energy than stand-alone houses (per occupant), and argues that US experience suggests that there is much less to be gained in terms of vehicle miles travelled than might be expected from increased urban density. It also argues that dense cities have more air pollution and fewer trees than suburbia, and are also more prone to spreading infection – as has surely been demonstrated during the current pandemic.

    Are there any hopeful signs? No signs at all that the Government might see sense but there are three factors which may at least slow down the escalation of house prices.

    First, in recent months there has been a very high level of new building consents issued – indeed, November saw 4,688 new homes consented, the highest number for any month in our history. Even in terms of building consents per 1,000 residents, the number is getting to a respectable level. So increased supply may begin to take the edge off prices.

    Second, people are suddenly waking up to the effect of the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act, a piece of law which came into effect at the beginning of December. This law imposes draconian penalties on the directors and senior managers of any entity lending money – a bank or other money lender – if it can be shown that servicing a debt would impose any hardship on a borrower.

    So of course, we are getting media reports of would-be borrowers being turned down when requesting a mortgage because the bank feels that servicing that mortgage might put the borrower under financial pressure, or in some way restrict their normal spending pattern. It is not enough for the would-be borrower to have calculated that he or she can afford to service the debt, or even for the bank to feel confident that the borrower could service the debt. The bank has to feel confident that the debt can be serviced without that putting undue pressure – in the bank’s view – on the borrower.

    It is, frankly, nuts, but it is now the law and is already reducing the amount of mortgage lending by the banking system. That will also tend to reduce upwards pressure on house prices.

    And third, as inflation continues well above the inflation target mandated by the Government, the Reserve Bank is certain to continue raising the Official Cash Rate, with the result that mortgage loans will increasingly cost more. That too will dampen house prices.

    We may at last see house prices grow more slowly, or even fall somewhat, as several commentators are now suggesting. But they certainly don’t look like being remotely affordable any time soon.

    Don Brash

    14 January 2022

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    • Nope, they may pause for a while but look out for all the builders and subbies who will go broke. Again. Like 4 or 5 times in the past.

      There so much money already sunk into the system that it will take a while for it to trickle down.

      If I could be bothered I would sell and put the cash where I could grab a few bargains.

      Some bloody big mortgages out there.

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    • It is not just housing credit. I’d venture all businesses are started by borrowing much if not all of the startup. Business owners live under financial pressure for years before becoming financially stable. IRD took steps years ago to be more aware of the hazards of those under intense pressure to pay tax before penalties made it impossible to catch up. This is a disaster for anyone with a dream to start a business. The clown car are nuts.
      FJA

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  21. Sorry Don but don’t agree.
    This housing issue is common to other western countries and has been driven by the printing machines coughing out money year after year allowing more and more people to get in to the housing ‘market’ instead of productive enterprises.
    The tax system has also encouraged investment in housing as opposed to production.
    Australia has the same issues with huge price rises in housing but they have a huge country and land availability is not reducing prices.
    Once again I repeat that NZ only has 7% of versatile flat land and this is valuable because of the way we (NZ) make our income.
    For sure build on the hills but we are rapidly losing our productive land.

    The other issue Brash tends to ignore is immigration.
    This country needs a plan.
    The Key years and first term of Labour were open slather (as in Aus) hence pressure on infrastructure roading etc.
    Also a major impact on our way of life.

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  22. Nasty never stop being Nasty.

    op NH Conservative Targeted by Child Services for Giving Son Ivermectin
    JR Hoell is the founder of a group critical of COVID-19 vaccine mandates
    By Alice Giordano
    January 13, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    One of New Hampshire’s leading political conservatives is fighting to keep his children from the state’s child protection services agency after giving his 13-year-old son ivermectin.

    JR Hoell is the founder of ReOpen NH, an activist group that criticizes COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Hoell, who has also led public education reform efforts and promotes Second Amendment and homeschooling rights, told The Epoch Times that the New Hampshire Division of Children Youth and Family (DCYF) showed up at his doorstep on the night of Dec. 9 with an emergency ex parte order to take custody of his son.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/top-nh-conservative-targeted-by-child-services-for-giving-son-ivermectin_4197926.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-01-13-4&utm_medium=email2&est=4W%2BDliUJJLXciMuMxcJv9o36K9nsZ%2F5yLBFOw%2BsX3%2F2w6r9MnD98TC5eVq9t1Is%3D

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  23. EXCLUSIVE: Nationwide Surge In Deaths Among People Aged 18-49: A State by State Overview
    Highest state sees 65 percent increase in prime-age mortality, only 36 percent attributed to COVID-19
    By Petr Svab
    January 12, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    Deaths among people aged 18 to 49 increased more than 40 percent in the 12 months ending October 2021 compared to the same period in 2018–2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis of death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by The Epoch Times.

    The agency doesn’t yet have full 2021 numbers, as death certificate data trickles in with a lag of one to eight weeks or more.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/northeast-fares-best-amid-2021-prime-age-mortality-spike_4208797.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2022-01-13&mktids=6dbd30d5c229ad1c6030db6cd1346018&est=NzgTvn1fj8wWAfKtQq033dDXlzEUYyjEDIB5QvIbKZtRHfttXjGJV1SFqMAkXks%3D

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  24. Germany identifies 439 suspects in paedophile probe

    “We have suspects from all walks of life” including “high earners and highly educated people” as well as “ordinary people”, said investigation group leader Michael Esser.

    “They went about their work quite normally and there were no indications in the working environment that such acts had been committed,” Esser said.

    https://www.nst.com.my/world/world/2022/01/762503/germany-identifies-439-suspects-paedophile-probe

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  25. Mexico Removes All COVID-19 Entry Requirements Including Health Form

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    Mexico Returns To 2019 Normality For Visitors

    Mexico—the world’s most popular travel destination throughout the COVID-19 pandemic—has now dropped all COVID-19 entry requirements as of January 1, 2022. El Salvador was the world’s first nation to drop all COVID-19 entry requirements in November 2021, with Mexico now joining El Salvador as the world’s second nation to drop all covid-related entry restrictions.

    Unlike most of the world, Mexico has kept its borders open throughout the whole pandemic. As a result, it’s become the world’s most popular destination since 2020.

    https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-removes-all-covid-19-entry-requirements-including-health-form/?fbclid=IwAR3Phbnl-6yHrnMFWi2R1WX0Bo6KzXg8BROB1NrgcB58GMiryUzgCtb0jwU

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  26. OPh dear, How fucking more hopleless can this Labour govt. be?

    Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark has ordered an inquiry into whether banks have overreacted to new lending laws.

    Changes to the Credit Contract and Consumer Finance Act (CCCFA) were introduced at the start of December to protect vulnerable borrowers from unscrupulous lenders.

    But mortgage advisers, and opposition politicians, claim they have had unintended consequences, and prompted banks and other lenders to become “ultra conservative”, declining loans they would previously have made.

    “I have asked the Council of Financial Regulators (Reserve Bank, the Treasury, Financial Markets Authority, MBIE and Commerce Commission) to bring forward their investigation into whether banks and lenders are implementing the CCCFA as intended,” Clark said.

    Commerce minister David Clark orders inquiry into falling lending levels
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/127508329/commerce-minister-david-clark-orders-inquiry-into-falling-lending-levels

    Thats about as useful as a bucket of turtle shit. Oh the minister is a turtle. too slow to get out of his own bloody way. FFS Its laughable.

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  27. Hilarious, my mate in WA has been laughing at nz and cindys silly games for the last 2 yrs bragging how good covid life is over there and now hes just rang me and is fuming that their premier has out covid cindy with a tougher vax pass system.

    To cheers him up i just told him to tune into the news tonight and listen to the “abo english” translation thats bound to happen 🙂

    He reports the toilet paper is all gone from supermarkets in his area and zero chicken to be found either in the shops, like a true aussie the thing hes most gutted about is he needs to be vaxxed to go to the bottle store!

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  28. I really hope cindy hasnt had the wedding yet and the incoming cyclone shits on her special day like shes shat on our country, if there is a god i hope he strikes her down with a bolt of lightning and perhaps blow a tree over in her direction just to be sure 🙂

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    • with an earthquake to bury her as well.

      Never disliked anyone in my whole life as I do this bitch. Truly is the epitome of nasty, evil, conniving, psychopathic narcissist.
      and that’s on her better days.

      Her mate, rosy cheeks Hipkins is as bad.

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  29. So the Aussie Government has revoked Novak D’s visa again. Scomo and his clown car must have a political death wish or have all the Aussie voters become a pack of wimps? ( I am assuming they did a snap poll )

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  30. PASSED ON Covid passports ‘to be SCRAPPED this month’ as mild Omicron Covid strain wave eases

    Claudia Aoraha

    0:35, 14 Jan 2022Updated: 1:28, 14 Jan 2022

    COVID passports are reportedly set to be scrapped this month as the wave of mild Omicron cases begins to ease.

    The vaccine passes are to be abandoned this month after Health Secretary Sajid Javid “effectively killed off the policy,” according to reports.
    The Health Sec told MPs that he shared their “instinctive discomfort” at the vaccine passport policy.

    Plan B measures are reviewed on January 26, and it’s becoming likely that the only Covid rule which will continue beyond then is mask-wearing indoors, reports The Times.

    This means that vaccine Covid passports are set to be dropped altogether.

    Last month, the passes were introduced for when Brits would enter large events and nightclubs in England as part of plan B measures when the Omicron surge began.

    But Sajid Javid is set to now argue that there’s no need for them with Omicron’s wave now weakening.

    A Whitehall source told the paper: “There was always a very high threshold for the policy and it looks increasingly likely in a couple of weeks that threshold won’t be met.

    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/health/8278851/covid-passports-scrapped-omicron-strain/amp/

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  31. Not new news but worth spereading the word.
    CDC Admits That the Covid Pandemic Was the Product of an Inappropriate Test
    Paul Craig Roberts • December 27, 2021 • 500 Words

    Quietly without media attention, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has withdrawn the PCR process as a valid test for detecting and identifying SARS-CoV-2.

    “After December 31, 2021, CDC will withdraw the request to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel, the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2 only.” https://www.cdc.gov/csels/dls/locs/2021/07-21-2021-lab-alert-Changes_CDC_RT-PCR_SARS-CoV-2_Testing_1.html

    The CDC admits that the PCR test cannot differentiate between SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses.

    I reported several months ago that the “health authorities” had reached this decision but were withholding its implementation until the end of 2021. They needed the fake test to keep the fear going in order to achieve as much vaccination, and therefore as much profit, as possible.

    https://www.unz.com/proberts/cdc-admits-that-the-covid-pandemic-was-the-product-of-an-inappropriate-test/

    Perhaps someone who is in charge of this crap will actually read it and take notice. perhaps send it to Cindervax.

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  32. What a hot slog of a day folks, if theres anyone on here thinking about buying a life sentence block make sure you dont end up in a job working 14-18hr days! It was a great idea when i was just working casual but somehow that evolved into working all day every day.
    Right off to go get some chores done 🙁 some jobs are just not worth the hassle of getting wifey to do lol fml

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