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  1. This interesting article appeared on the Daily Examiner NZ. early this morning.

    Guilty parties often Accuse the Innocent to evade Justice
    Updated | Today at 12:25 am

    By Dr Guy Hatchard.

    Guilty parties often accuse the innocent in order to evade justice

    We woke up this morning to the news that Shane Warne aged 52 had died unexpectedly of a heart attack. Since he was travelling in Thailand at the time, no doubt he had had a Covid-19 vaccination. Was this causal? Possibly. At the very least you can forgive me for asking this question. Aha, warning—conspiracy theory. An article in Circulation, the official journal of the American Heart Association, has already warned of an association between Covid-19 mRNA vaccination and precursors of heart disease, but never mind:

    Abstract 10712: Observational Findings of PULS Cardiac Test Findings for Inflammatory Markers in Patients Receiving mRNA Vaccines

    Oh, and UK cardiologists have warned of an increasing prevalence of heart disease. And um, pericarditis and myocarditis are known side effects of Pfizer vaccination and according to the prestigious Mayo Clinic, these diseases often progress to heart disease and strokes within 3-5 years, but never mind this can’t be true. It must be a conspiracy theory or the result of unsound science, right? Our government is the only source of truth, and they say the mRNA Covid-19 vaccination is completely safe. SO NEVER MIND.

    What is a conspiracy theory?

    Our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reassured us this week:

    “One day, it will be our job to try and understand how a group of people could succumb to such wild and dangerous mis- and disinformation…. There has been an element of this occupation that has not felt like New Zealand. And that’s because it is not…. It’s a dangerous place when citizens are led into spaces where they believe so deeply in conspiracy theories…”

    Ever willing to support our PM and her noble causes, MSM Stuff came out fists swinging today in support with a long analysis of the dangerous places within NZ society.

    Central to Stuff’s analysis was the opinion of Dr Sanjana Hattotuwa, a researcher at New Zealand think tank Te Pūnaha Matatini who works on something called The Disinformation Project. We have come across Te Pūnaha Matatini before and commented on their work.

    Te Pūnaha Matatini has advised our government among many other things that adverse effects of Covid-19 are a conspiracy theory, that concepts of herd immunity are a misrepresentation of science, and that Gerry Brownlee is a right-wing conspiracy theorist.

    In today’s article, Dr Sanjana Hattotuwa is credited with explaining that ‘it’s the politicians, like Winston Peters, Matt King, Marama Fox and David Seymour, who legitimised the protest, but should have known better’.

    Who is Dr Sanjana Hattotuwa and why is he so qualified to tell us about ourselves?

    Dr Hattotuwa comes from Sri Lanka. From 2002 to 2020 he was a senior researcher at the Centre for Policy Alternatives in Sri Lanka which is an organisation devoted to promoting liberal democracy in Sri Lanka. Since 2006 Dr Hattotuwa has also worked for the ICT4Peace Foundation to ‘counter violent extremism online’. To achieve this, ICT4 has worked with, yes you guessed it, among others the World Economic Forum, the NZ Government, and the United Nations.

    Dr Hattotuwa received his doctorate from the University of Otago in 2021 just last year. His thesis examined the intersection of social media, political communication, violent generation and the realisation of Sri Lanka’s democratic potential. In other words, his doctoral work examined Sri Lanka.

    Yet suddenly in 2022, a mere few months later, Dr Hattotuwa has become an expert on New Zealand and has been able to identify and deride the failings of NZ opposition politicians such as Winston Peters and David Seymour who dared to ask protestors at Parliament what they were concerned about. Dr Hattotuwa’s opinions have even been quoted by the UK Guardian as representative of NZ public opinion. And as a newly minted research fellow at Te Pūnaha Matatini, he enjoys the full support of the Labour Government!!!

    Constitutional safeguards in NZ are missing in action

    In 2016, the prestigious International Journal of Constitutional Law based at Oxford University published an article pointing out vulnerabilities in the governance structure of New Zealand:

    “The governing arrangements.…combine a highly centralized system of government with formally unlimited legislative authority and strong executive dominance of the activities of the nation’s Parliament. Public decision-making power is concentrated in ways that an observer schooled in the orthodoxies of constitutional design best practice might expect to cause some significant problems.”

    https://academic.oup.com/icon/article/14/1/99/2526776?login=false

    The article went on to explain (in 2016) that so far NZ seemed to have avoided these problems. I wonder what they would say in 2022?

    The hunt for scapegoats

    The Stuff article further reports Dr Hattotuwa as warning us all:

    “Once Kiwis start genuinely engaging (on alternative social media platforms), there is nothing we can do to get them back into a shared reality.”

    Dr Paul Hunt, Chief Human Rights Commissioner for New Zealand, is quoted by Stuff as concurring, reportedly he said “then there’s the beast that is social media”. Dr Hunt believes there should be a small, nimble, NZ independent monitoring organisation that can hold social media companies to account.

    It is hard to imagine under the current constitutional arrangements in New Zealand how any organisation formed and funded by the government could actually be independent of the government.

    Is our government guilty of misinformation?

    Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson are joining in this week with calls for accountability and control of social media. If such laws were ever introduced would the government itself be called to account for policies such as these:

    Why did our government publicly describe mRNA vaccination as completely safe, when they were aware from the beginning of the risk of heart disease?
    Why did the Ministry of Health decide to refuse exemptions to those injured by their first mRNA inoculation, thereby exceeding the safety recommendations of Pfizer itself?
    Knowing that mRNA Covid-19 vaccination did little to stop transmission, why did the government impose harsh mandates which have disenfranchised and impoverished a large sector of NZ society, and why are they still continuing with these policies when Omicron is a mild disease adapted to infect the vaccinated?
    The list of such government disinformation is a long one, and they must know it. Trying to deflect blame onto others is a classic ploy of the guilty.

    What would a sensible precautionary approach look like?

    Should precautionary warnings have been issued concerning the risks of heart disease following vaccination right from the start? YES.

    But is our government capable of acknowledging updated findings of Covid-19 journal publishing, rather than clinging to their outdated narratives? So far NO.

    Some of you may think these are marginal issues that do not affect you. Just reflect for a moment that our NZ government readily calls out government disinformation and human rights violations overseas which sound very similar to those it is promoting here. Ask yourself—is this what I want for our nation going forward? Am I prepared to have plurality and expression stifled? Is there only one truth—government truth? Does that make any sense?

    According to Te Pūnaha Matatini, continuing promotion of disinformation is a right-wing agenda that poses significant threats to social cohesion, freedom of expression, inclusion, and safety. I wholeheartedly agree. I hope those responsible in our government are brought to account.

    Guy Hatchard PhD was formerly a senior manager at Genetic ID, a global food safety and certification manager (now known as FoodChain ID).

    Spread the Truth:

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    • “Once Kiwis start genuinely engaging (on alternative social media platforms), there is nothing we can do to get them back into a shared reality.”

      Translation, once the spell of msm is broken there is no easy way to continue treating them like a brainless sheep and conditioning them to accept the govts fabricated narrative.

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    • Thanks Viking, as Guy Hatchard keeps opening up much of what is going on.

      There are groups of WEF “influencers & shapers” in Wellington, Christchurch, & Auckland, all net working and even if not affiliated supporting progressive Ardern, Luxon, Seymour, & Shaw, and through the Parties to achieve WEF agenda.

      Using many prongs, ‘white supremacist’ “far right”, terrorism, only approved truth should be relayed by mainstream media; WHO flue pandemic treaties agreed with bar-codes and deals signed with QR scanners etc. for later use in enforcement. More ways of how to monitor and then control what goes on the internet in New Zealand. Increasing digitization of many aspects of New Zealand lives, with the back door of being able to place further restrictive controls.

      The WEF in Wellington push alongside Ardern
      Wellbing and Resilience, the Future of Work. and the New Economy.
      WEF in Auckland gives support to Ardern
      Projects working on; lonliness and mental health, equity in the digital divide, and climate change migration pathways.
      WEF in Christchurch helping Ardern
      – Community, connection & service – Growth, learning & personal fulfilment – Justice, equity, diversity & inclusion – Happiness, joy & silliness
      – Kaitiakitanga & being part of the land – Te Ao Maori as a worldview

      We ignore these people and the forces of this network at our peril.
      Very good vid,, to learn what to focus here in NZ.

      MEGA BOOM! SCHWAB’S GLOBAL SHAPERS NETWORK EXPOSED!
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/IWmBlOaQPYqL/
      38 minutes : March 2nd, 2022
      At the 6 minute mark, this is what is deep in Canada, but bear in mind, it is the same in New Zealand.

      Note how they did not like a light on them, so here in New Zealand, take time to gather info…..
      After that and you look here in New Zealand, it would be a reasonable idea if you too copy up, take screen shots, of who, and what you find, as you dig further.
      Other more effective people like Guy Hatchard could make good use of this,

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  2. The COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021 passed its 2nd reading Wednesday night in NZ. (it was passed early in the morning)
    ZERO rights for an unvaccinated person. Read this again!!
    This legislation will allow for:
    1. The lockdown of unvaccinated or insufficiently vaccinated individuals.
    2. The ability to restrict travel within the country to unvaccinated or insufficiently vaccinated (e.g. a person who does not want to get a booster shot).
    3. Withhold certification from those who do not get required boosters or subsequent combinations of vaccines as may be ordered at any time.
    4. The ability to dictate the type and form of certification required for proof of vaccination status — digital or otherwise.
    5. The ability to dictate what other information may be required for the renewal of vaccine certificates, and which information may be contained on such a certificate.
    6. The period for which a vaccine certificate is valid can be changed at any time, and who it is that may be entitled or eligible to have these certificates.
    7. The specification of mandates for entire job sectors.
    8. The ordering of certain jobs to require regular mandatory testing and medical examination.
    9. Enforcement officers to be able to demand certification, pretty much at any time.
    10. The appointment of enforcement officers that can be anybody they wish to appoint, and not necessarily police.
    11. Enforcement officers to inspect and take copies of certification to be verified at a later date, before immediately returning such documentation.
    12. The provision of an assessment tool for employers to use to determine who should be vaccine mandated, however employers can totally disregard the assessment tool and mandate at whim.
    13. Legal or other representatives of employees may be refused entry to workplaces.
    14. Contact tracing information may be used against a person in order to enforce the Act.
    15. Employees who have been dismissed for non-compliance of testing or vaccination, but comply at the last minute, may still be dismissed if the employer deems revoking the dismissal to be disruptive of their business

    TIME TO WAKE UP NZ!!!

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    • Viking…..do you have a link please, I can’t find anything on it as I am curious to know why it is called “The COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021” and not “The COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2022”.

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      • Toko its old reguritated crap circulated on bikings favourite and most trusted platform… facesmack

        Imo shit like this just legitimizes the pro mandate crowds claims that the anti mandate folk are a bunch of nutters driven by misinformation.

        Viking, uppercut yourself several times please

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        • Thanks Maggy…
          Didn’t know much about Chris Penk, but it seems a lot of people rate him as a future leader.
          Listened to him speaking to the motion and decided he is a waffler. Debbie Ngarewa-Packer who spoke before him was more coherent.

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        • I scanned through the transcripts because I can’t be bothered wasting time with videos. There was a discussion about halfway down about the court ruling re Defence Force/Police mandates. From what I could see, Chris Bishop is advocating for end to mandates and passports, because the infringement on people’s basic human rights can no longer be justified. I admit I didn’t keep reading so don’t know how the rest of the debate turned out. We all know that mandates and passports will only be lifted when it suits madam, and that will be when it looks like it was her idea, rather than her being pressured into it.

          CHRIS BISHOP: So our view was they were justified as a temporary measure, but times have changed. Omicron has changed the game. The transmission benefits of vaccination are no longer anywhere near what they were, and because of that, the rights calculus—the careful balancing of whether or not something is a justified intrusion on a right—has therefore changed. And actually, that is what His Honour Justice Cooke made comments about in the Yardley judgment. So that’s why it is right that the Minister is taking time to consider the impact of that judgment when it comes to vaccine mandates.

          But we should not underestimate the impact that mandates are having on individuals out there. I’m not just talking about the group of protesters on the forecourt—they are at the hard edge of people who have been impacted by vaccine mandates—but right throughout the country, there have been people who have found themselves shut off from their local sports club, shut off from their local golf club—not allowed to even play a round of golf outside. I think worldwide there’s one case of transmission of COVID outside, but yet the local golf club has banned him from participating.

          The thing that really gets me is young kids: 13-year-olds who can go to a physical education class and participate with unvaccinated 13-year-olds, but can’t go to a rugby practise after school—can’t go to rugby practise because it’s not involved in school sport. It’s a private school sport—

          Hon Scott Simpson: Or swimming club.

          CHRIS BISHOP: —or swimming club. As my friend and colleague the Hon Scott Simpson says, kids going to swimming lessons in outdoor pools. What is the risk of a 13-year-old contracting COVID outside? It’s not zero, but it may as well be zero. Of course, you’ve got to weigh that up against the impact of banning a 13- or 14-year-old from participating in sport, and keeping them active, fit, and healthy. All of those things have fallen by the wayside. So my view and National’s view is we’ve got the balance wrong and we do need to start to unwind the mandates. We do need to start to unwind the vaccine pass restrictions that I haven’t had time to cover. The sooner they are gone, once we’re through the peak of the Omicron outbreak and then we can start getting back to normal life, the better.

          https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/hansard-debates/rhr/combined/HansD_20220301_20220301 (starts about halfway down the page)

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          • Thanks Jules.
            Noting how the Lab-lite team play tag with Lab.

            it is right that the Minister is taking time to consider the impact of that judgment when it comes to vaccine mandates.
            So the mandates are like, wow it is ok to be a little bit pregnant, so lets wait & see.

            The sooner they are gone, once we’re through the peak of the Omicron outbreak
            So what definition, what time is through the peak?
            Then pull back on the vaccines passes.
            Buying enough time, to bridge the mandates to WHO health passes for the winter flue season.

            Now the system is gearing up about flue deaths, as being too many, and that will require another series of steps to “achieve” the proposed tech workings & aims of the controlling WHO pandemic treaty.

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    • As Toko mentions, inaccuracy, no actual source, means it is too easily dismissed.

      If this is how a lawyer or some one has interpreted and understands how the legislation can be used.
      Then it is very good.
      But to have credibility, it needs to be able to click back to that true source and be accurate!

      Or it simply becomes a tool in the debate to ridicule, and mock the people who seem to support that this is true.
      In the mean time it provides cover to this current government to further their agenda.

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    • Was there any opposition?
      Looks to me like no judge’s decision that mandates are against BoRA will be relevant after 1April, when the unelected St Ashleigh of Bloomfailed will have ultimate and unbridled power to decree whatever the hell he likes.

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  3. Stuff headline: Troubled waters: Navy Covid outbreak soars to 137 active cases

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/300533474/troubled-waters-navy-covid-outbreak-soars-to-137-active-cases

    Do you know more? Email george.block@stuff.co.nz

    George,
    There is more I would like to know. Nowhere in your article do you mention how many of the sick are fully vaccinated. Did you forget to mention the number or, as I suspect, since the number is close to 100% you decided Cindy wouldn’t like you to tell us the jabs don’t work.

    Alice

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  4. Christopher Luxon to use big speech to announce National would unwind Labour tax hikes

    National Party leader Christopher Luxon sits down with Stuff political editor Luke Malpass to discuss immigration, living costs and lending restrictions.

    National Party leader Christopher Luxon is poised to use the first big speech of his leadership to launch a full-frontal attack on the Government’s tax, cost-of-living and welfare dependency record.

    On Sunday Luxon is giving a “state of the nation” address in Auckland, and it is understood that he will use the speech to announce that National will repeal every extra tax hike or effective tax increases the Government has imposed since Labour came to office in late 2017.

    Luxon is expected to also use the speech to outline how the National Party’s centre-right principles can guide New Zealand through a post-Covid world. This is understood to include a continued focus on welfare dependency – especially at a time of low unemployment – that the centre-right leader has made since Parliament returned last month.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/127968117/christopher-luxon-to-use-big-speech-to-announce-national-would-unwind-labour-tax-hikes

    Centre-right my arse.
    You notice that the same routine goes on. We will tell you, the people that pay us, what we will give you. Nothing about asking us the taxpaying people what we would actually like to achieve and what way we would like our country to prosper.
    Don’t mentionthe freedom village and all the good things people felt about that. No, just bag them and attempt to continue to silence them by calling it illegal and all the rest. Not a leader for all.
    Just the same old tired regurgitation of the catholic mantra. Tax you and you will be happy.
    Nothing about our freedoms and applying better policy and nothing about what that policy could be like in the future.
    another failing god botherer.

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    • No point in worrying about taxes untill wastefull and unnecessary spending has been addresssed.
      Go back to basics, ditch all the woke spending and costly bueracracy. Imo they need to slash the spend by 40-50% and focus on zero deficit and debt reduction.

      If they dont deal to that first then any tax reduction is just offset by more debt.
      Politicians target tax cuts because its low hanging fruit that appeals to low iq voters, its an easy vote grabber and easy to justify not implementing once in power esp with our spiraling debt.

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      • Great points Iaasb.

        The government creating jobs, further departments, and financing other NGO’s.
        Forcing others like local governments to create more bureaucratic jobs.
        Forcing business’s to comply in creating “mini-Ministries” to help in compliance & enforce more controlling government rules & regulations.
        All those staff, trained to owe collective allegiance to what they learned at Universities and their ilk.
        They live in this “Virtual World” of sending demanding E-mail missives, with no idea of consequences, in the “Physical World” of real weather, history, and time.
        It becomes GIGO.

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    • Why doesn’t he just F**k right off the cowardly looser. Of course none of the National MPs nor did any of the Act MPs Maori party nor greens met with the protesters, their noses are so embedded into the trough of taxpayer money and jabby cash, with special bonuses for their silence. They have no time for the people who pay their salaries. Chris Luxon is the worst thing that ever came to the National party, he is the wokest most liebor supporter ever. I have no idea what makes him think he is any different. All parties believe that they are the biggest liebour supporters ever. dl has them right where she wants them.

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      • Luxon is quoted in the article saying he would not negotiate with the protestors.
        Is that accurate?
        If it is it is mindblowingly arrogant.
        Protestors pleaded with their representatives in parliament to come and listen to them.
        Everything Luxon has said shows he has no idea what the issues are so he’d be as useless as a negotiator as he is an opposition leader.

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        • He is the Leader of the Opposition (PMSL) to a majority government.
          He’s pole vaulting with a piece of string if he thinks he had/has anything (count them … nada, zip, nilch) to negotiate with.

          Move your cars and I’ll end mandates?
          Stop chanting “Peace and Loce” and I’ll cancel vax pass requirements?
          Pack up your tents and I’ll get assistance for the vax-injured?

          Give Nude Nut a medal.
          He is without doubt Fuckwit of the Year with extra credit for Rampant Narcissism

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    • Total BS. Among many of the most heartbreaking scenes I saw during Chantelle’s live was a grown man broken and crying, saying over and over “why wouldn’t they just come down and talk to us? It’s all we wanted. Just to have them come and talk to us.”

      No wasp left the nest to talk to or negotiate with the protesters.

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  5. I wonder how high petrol prices will rise? Brent crude oil, which was $US69.67 back in December, is rising rapidly, and has just hit $US118.05. As you know, oil (energy) prices have a knock-on effect with the price of everything else.

    With all the debt, if wages can be inflated, the debt will be easier to manage. I am told that back to the high-inflation era of the 70s and 80s, wage inflation made paying off mortgages easier for workers. Are we likely to see a return to this policy? After all, governments have racked up their debt; now they need an excuse to inflate it all away. I feel sorry for the people who have saved their yen for a rainy day. Your money won’t buy very much, and you’ll be taxed on the interest you earn.

    On the other hand, if you have a 6-figure (i.e., normal) mortgage in Auckland, a rise in interest rates from 3% to 6% is a doubling (i.e., 100% increase) in interest outgoings. Okay, maybe an extra couple of hundred a week in repayments, but what happens when you or your wife are laid off? This happens in recessions, especially if you work in a sector that relies on discretionary spending such as hospitality, tertiary education or tourism.

    I only have a couple of years before I retire (I have been semi-retired for a couple of years now). I am glad tat I am not 25 years younger, with school-age children and a huge mortgage.

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    • A form of “capital gains tax” will be loudly called for in what ever form.

      If it is put on the house, and other assets, then becomes a personal tax, an ongoing tax, per inflation, supposedly for redistribution for every one’s, the ‘collective’ benefit.

      It will also employ many, damm the cost, for those re-evaluations, and then many more in accountancy.
      After all a well paying job, for the ones with University degrees that gives prestige, power, & control.

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      • Capital gains?
        If you paid $500,000 for a house in 2000, and now it is rated at $1,500,000 should you be taxed on that paper $1,000,000 gain if the price of most things also tripled over the same period? For example, if a glass of beer at a pub was $2.50 in 2000 but is now $7.50, and petrol that was $1 a liter is now $3, is it true to say that you have “made a $1,000,000 gain”?

        In truth, if the spending power of $500,000 in 2000 would require $1.5 million today to replicate, have you really made a gain at all?

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        • I’m uncertain about taxing capital gains, though less so with investment properties.

          The issue is fake capital gains from the government printing money to cause inflation of prices, making greedy fools think they are rich.

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          • If your purchasing power (after two decades) is unchanged, then you are no wealthier. Therefore, tax on nominal gains would be unjust.

            If you MUST have a capital gain tax, then tax the increase in purchasing power. (The calculation of this increase would be subject to all kinds of interference, no doubt.)

            One quick-and-dirty method would be as follows: how many grams of gold* could I have purchased with the cost of my house in 2000 compared with how many grams of gold could I buy if I sold my house today.

            *Or some other standard, unchanged product like Waikato Draught beer or Big Macs.

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        • “Capital Gains” were common in Germany after WW1.

          You could buy a loaf of bread at 9am for 10,000 marks and by tea time it was worth 30,000 marks.

          Capital Gains is nothing more that a hedge against inflation. A capital gains tax should be seen for what it is. Theft.

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      • Odakyu-sen I agree with you.
        Many years ago I wanted to go to Argentina for a month to really experience inflation and figure how do business’s cope in 1 month what I thought would be a number of decades of New Zealand inflation.
        They had an out, the US $.
        Now I am even more unsure of the US $ and the risks that it now brings.

        Many do not understand economics, and vote on, that sounds good and fair.

        House owners, struggling with a mortgage will have some reason oppose this, but many will not understand this until too late.
        A constant pressure for CGT seems to consistently there now, and with bright line gains taxes easily extended.

        Even then the government will make sort of exemptions, lighten the tax rate, etc.. a blurr of being “kind” that in the legislation that later can easily be adjusted and tightened up.
        Just another aspect of government getting bigger & enhancing its ‘collective’ controls. 🙁

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    • With oil at $118 a barrel the Saudi Government will be pleased. They have been running a huge deficit for some time now with oil well below $100 a barrel. They will no doubt be hoping for lots more trouble in Eastern Europe and sanctions on Russia.

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      • So will Russia, was the worlds second largest oil producer in 2021.
        Europe swallowed climate change coolaid and are now paying the consequences along with the rest of the the laughable so called democratic nations. All are going woke and broke.
        From CRAIG KELLY MP – Leader United Australia Party – keeping the bastards honest.,
        How is it possible that European countries, Germany especially, allowed themselves to become so dependent on Russia over the 30 years since the end of the Cold War?
        Here’s how: These countries are in the grips of a delusional green ideology that makes them incapable of understanding the hard realities of energy production.
        * Europe produces (https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy.html) 3.6 million barrels of oil a day but uses 15 million barrels/day
        * Europe produces 230 billion m3 of natural gas a year but uses 560 billion m3
        * Europe uses 950 million tons of coal a year but produces half that
        🔴Russia produces 11 million barrels of oil per day but only uses 3.4 million
        🔴Russia produces over 700 billion m3 of gas a year but only uses around 400 billion
        🔴Russia mines 800 million tons of coal each year but uses 300
        That’s how Russia ends up supplying about 20 percent of Europe’s oil, 40 percent of its gas, and 20 percent of its coal.

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  6. Thinking about Warnie, I possed the question, Is there a person more widely known all around the world than he was.
    We have various despots and so called leaders etc none who be as well known, not even Biden. Maybe Trump perhaps.
    Quite a testament to them man really.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/shane-warne-death-elizabeth-hurley-posts-tribute-to-ex-fiance/MHAK7AT574AXEFNLQ7YWK5X2YY/

    Then there is his heart history.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/shane-warne-suffered-chest-pains-before-leaving-australia/E6VCRKOVZSOABXCR4BTQTAWNH4/

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  7. Viking,
    Maybe Pugh was not so f#@*g useless sfter all?

    Questions for Luxon “ why did YOU not engage with the protesters? “.
    And “did / do you support the use of violent force by the state to remove the protesters?”

    Someone needs holding to account!

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    • Global leaders have decided the trashing of supply chains and economies didnt go far enough or give enough reason to adopt klaus schwabs great reset.
      Now while russia and ukraine are “at war” other leaders have taken the oportunity to go to war with their own citizens by effectively sanctioning themselves and trying to create global inflation the likes of which has never been seen before.

      Just look back to 2008/09 and see where high oil prices lead us. This is going to fuck us in the arse far worse then a gang rape at pride parade

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    • Why are they all not honest?I do know the answer money sorry……. If they had been honest in the first place how many would have taken the vaccine? Certainly NOT the huge number that were forced into it. If honestly ruled the day there would be far more people with all the information we as pure bloods have garnered through searches we have been prepared to put in the hours to find. FJA and the podium of truth which was all absolute lies to get large bonuses. It is time this whole thing was put to bed and people were able to get on with their lives. FJA and all that believe the lies they have put out as truth. Would have saved many from being shunned by their families and friends and this whole thing would have died the natural death it should have right at the beginning of 2020. FJA

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        • I like that thinking, RM. I’ve always kept the door open, but they keep slamming it in my face. The latest was an email sent to me earlier this week by my elderly parents, which basically read “we are happy being triple boosted, vaxxxs are wonderful, do not reply to this email.” WTF I thought.

          I did decide a while back that I had moved myself to a new planet, so any communication to/from family were like messages from afar. And it’s funny how every communication I get from them now includes their vaxxx status and how happy they are about how well protected from Omicron they are…

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  8. Do we have a date for the CCP invasion of Taiwan yet? Perhaps that feeble evil piece of shit occupying the whitehouse could ask his CCP bosses or Putin he’ll know. In the meantime we can also watch the vice president show us new levels of incompetence, ignorance and stupidity. My guess is that when the Ukraine war is at it’s peak worst (Russia still unable to bring them to their knees) all the evil states such as Iran, Syria, North Korea, Pakistan etc will all in concert kick up a fuss as a distraction while the CCP acts.

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  9. When our lawn mower broke and wouldn’t run, my wife kept hinting to me that I should get it fixed.
    But, somehow I always had something else to take care of first, the shed, the boat,
    making beer.. Always something more important to me.
    Finally she thought of a clever way to make her point.
    When I arrived home one day, I found her seated in the tall grass, busily snipping away with a tiny pair of sewing
    scissors. I watched silently for a short time and then went into
    the house. I was gone only a minute, and when I came out again
    I handed her a toothbrush.

    I said, “When you finish cutting the
    grass, you might as well sweep the driveway.”
    The doctors say I will walk again, but I will always have a limp.

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  10. After retiring, Naaska went to the Social Security office to apply
    for Social Security. The woman behind the counter asked him
    for his driver’s License to verify his age.
    He looked in his pockets and realized he had left his wallet at home.
    He told the woman that He was very sorry, but would have to go home and come back later.

    The woman said, ‘Unbutton your shirt’.

    So He opened his shirt revealing his curly silver hair.
    She said, ‘That silver hair on your chest is proof enough for me’ and she processed his Social Security application.
    When He got home, naaska excitedly told his wife about his experience at the Social Security office.
    She said, ‘You should have dropped
    your pants. You might have gotten disability too.’

    And then the fight started…

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  11. Iaasb
    Go back to the 60s and 70s
    It was an Oil shock that created the farm subsidies.
    The government of the time (Muldoon )planned to farm NZ way out of the recession! Car less days and “think big “etc.
    At least some of that spending still benefits NZ.
    This lot are frittering every thing they have printed or borrowed!

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  12. A serious question. I may have missed something but how are all the jab clinics (pharmacies, doctors clinics, maraes etc.) keeping the vials cold? Do they have daily deliveries from a place that has the -70C freezers (or what the low temp is meant to be)?
    I was talking to a guy earlier who said his Doctor in Dargaville had been pushing him hard to get the jab (he refused and is still a pure blood) –but it got me thinking about how that Doctor’s clinic were able to jab the anyone there –did they get a delivery from Auckland that morning?

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    • Ross12….
      This relates Moderna but I assume it would be applicable to Pfizer… “COVID-19 vaccine must be stored at ultra-low freezing temperatures, about -100 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature falls well below what’s found in a standard freezer,” explains Dr. John Cooke, medical director of the RNA Therapeutics Program at Houston Methodist. “In fact, the type of freezers needed to store this vaccine long-term aren’t ones you’ll find in a doctor’s office, drug store or even most hospitals. The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine also needs to be kept frozen for long-term stability, but it can be kept in a standard refrigerator in a clinic for a few weeks.”

      https://www.houstonmethodist.org/blog/articles/2020/dec/why-the-covid-19-vaccine-needs-to-be-kept-so-cold/

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      • Comirnaty (Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine) storage conditions updated
        28 May 2021

        Medsafe has received data from Pfizer to vary the storage conditions for their COVID-19 vaccine. This data has been assessed and Medsafe has approved the new conditions for use in New Zealand.

        This change means that the refrigerated (2°C to 8°C) shelf life of an unopened vial of Comirnaty vaccine is extended from 5 days to 31 days.

        Once at 2°C to 8°C, the vial cannot be returned to the freezer and must be disposed of after 31 days or on the vial’s expiration date (whichever happens first).

        This change will take effect immediately for any vaccine that DHBs or vaccination clinics have in stock, unless the vial’s expiry date has passed. Vaccine dispatched from Wednesday 2 June will include updated labelling to reflect the new storage conditions.

        The vaccine still needs to be kept at ultra-low temperatures (-90°C to -60°C) in the longer term, for up to six months.

        Sooty…haven’t been able to find out whether it actually freezes, and might be like the bottle of square gin we used to keep in the freezer. Maybe the propylene glycol stops it from freezing.//

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  13. I just looked at Kiwibog so you don’t have to. It’s bad dear reader, very bad.

    It’s a Cook’s tour of hard left media talking points and puerile comments filled with pretentious pseudo intellectualism.

    What an epic bunch of wankers 🥴

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    • It’s a Cook’s tour of hard left media talking points and puerile comments filled with pretentious pseudo intellectualism.

      Leading to the inevitable conclusion that when you swallow a vaccine rat or take on board media lies, the narrative “virus” takes hold and the rot sets in. The brain probably gets rewritten with a new base code. Pavlov’s Dog, Stockholm Syndrome, Bonnie and Clyde Effect…

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        • Toko, I skim read that the other day. I’m not sure how they play out either. However I think weak minds are easily swayed.

          If you already have an intact principles hierarchy, no amount of mind control will sway you.

          I know of quite a few people who had to get vaxxed to travel or work. And the main motivating factor was almost always where support of offspring, either directly or indirectly. It has not however dented their resolve to chase the horse down the road with pitchforks and silver crosses should their paths ever meet.

          On the other hand, like most of us, I have witnessed people I would normally consider rational, and who were against the shots, taking the clot shot and behaving like they been replaced by a humanoid body snatcher, either putting undue pressure on others to get vaccinated, or cutting all ties when they find out I or others wish to remain purebloods.

          There is one however, one key identifying denominator: And that is the people who have either not caved in, or got jabbed and retained their views, had well formed views to begin with. Of the ones I know, they would be politically and philosophically libertarians or solid right wing voters that have a substantial command of logic.

          And yes, there are others that have seen the light.

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        • Do the mRNA Covid-19 Vaccines Degrade Higher Human Functions?

          Actually Toko, it may not be as much as a stretch of understanding to believe that the mRNA alters higher brain functions

          We know from the 1960’s and LSD, that brain pathways can be irrevocably altered. All narcotics can severe good mental connections and cause alignment of bad connections. Some drugs make people susceptible to suggestion. Fluoride does that. Any wonder Herr Ardern wanted to replicate Nazi Germany’s mass fluoridation activities.

          And for the slightly doubtful of readers, search for did the Nazi’s mass medicate with fluoride, the sheer number of fact checking sites that claim it’s a myth or conspiracy theory should confirm for you that its true. It was common knowledge after WW2, since it was a factor in the

          Fluoridating Water Supplies Keeps Us Dumb, Docile, and Sick – Let’s End It
          https://naturalsociety.com/fluoridating-water-dumb-docile-sick-end-it/

          So if the same effect as fluoride can be achieved on a nanobot level, well there’s your answer.

          Maybe people of weak mind are being influenced by things in the vaccines designed to alter mental pathways.

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    • A blog by a national party devoted clown for other nat party devotees…
      The left swing of nats/luxon and their views on free speech is reflective on that shit heap blog.

      Ive seen more conservative right wing stuff published on stuffed then half the triple farrar comes up with

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  14. Who reckons the number of unsold properties on Trademe will hit 31,000 next week?

    I’m picking it will at least be that many. In fact it’s tracking to hit that target by Wednesday.

    “Uppity up up up arrrrk jooos” 🤐

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    • BN….
      The Order contains a warning that “some amendments have not yet been incorporated”.

      Eg:
      “Clause 11(2): inserted, at 11.59 pm on 3 February 2022, by clause 5 of the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Protection Framework and Other Matters) Amendment Order 2022 (SL 2022/6).”

      There is no clause 5 there at the moment that I can find, nor is there a clause 3 or 4 for that matter that are not part of the fresh amendments.

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  15. Bollocks!
    FJA

    Police ‘did the best that we could’ handling protest – Coster

    Police Commissioner Andrew Coster stands by how his officers conducted themselves during the operation to bring an end to the anti-mandate protest.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/05/police-did-the-best-that-we-could-handling-protest-coster/

    “We pursued a path of de-escalation over the previous week … and we made real progress with that and that work really allowed us to get to a stage where we could be confident of being successful this week.”

    Coster said while officers worked with protest leaders to “try and restore order to the area”, it soon became clear that they were unable to do so.

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  16. Breaking.
    Govt urging ppl to report positive testing results in order to boost daily numbers to justify restrictions and mandates.

    Normal ppl dont give a fuck anymore its only loyal covidians and victims of harsh workplace regimes that are testing and reporting.
    I know a family that 4/5 RAT tested positive on friday but felt sweet so off to a wedding yesterday.
    People have slowly worked out if you dont test/report it you dont have to isolate 🙂 this us exactly the reason why the govt kept their death grip on testing for so long untill the wheels fell off, now to a degree the public can influence the narrative by disobedience.

    Fja

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    • The dimwit covidians like Matthew Tukaki are posting their positive rat test results along with the 3 syringe emoji’s.
      They are super proud of their suffering and their ignorance.
      It’s a sick fucking cult.

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      • As one of NZs biggest racists and hater of everything whitey and colonialism has done one has to ask why hes got a device, taken white man medicines and using colonist testing.

        Pity the clown dosent take an iq test and post the results

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    • Spoke to my ex yesterday. Worried about getting covid and not being able to go to work. Don’t worry I said, Omicron is very mild for most people, if you think you have it just carry on as normal unless you feel really crook and whatever you do don’t get tested.
      Yes, that’s what I am planning to do.

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  17. Chaos and confusion amassing.

    Member of the Ukrainian negotiation team was assassinated by the Ukrainian security service with 2 shots to the chest.

    We’ve had this information from early morning, it seems to be confirmed now.

    Ukrainian sources claimed “high treason”

    We have reviewed the photo of his corpse and it looks authentic.

    Apologies for the first post, 2 shots to the head, not chest. Error on our part.

    https://twitter.com/ASBMilitary/status/1500217147339034628

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  18. BREAKING BREAKING !!!
    From Sky NewsAU

    “Thai police have said blood stains were found in Shane Warne’s hotel room and have confirmed the cricketing legend was experiencing chest pains prior to his tragic death.” “A large amount of blood was found in the room,” Satit Polpinit, a commander of the local provincial police, told Thai media.”

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  19. So a friend and her family are in lockdown (She apparently tested ‘positive’ on about her fifth Covid test)
    She isn’t sick- Nobody in her family is.
    But she is in hard lockdown/isolation as “It’s the right thing to do”
    I asked her why would you go into lockdown for an illness so mild that you don’t even know you have it?
    “We all need to do our bit to fight Covid”

    Jesus this utter madness is never going to end is it?

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    • The mother in law who is in her late 80’s, is in a rest home that we cannot visit her in because we are not clot-shotted.
      Got notified yesterday morning that she had the omicron along with rest of the residents in her wing.

      Advised to day that she is much better, up and about and eating.

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    • Obviously not a business owner, or someone who will be affected by testing and lockdown. Talk to any farmer or self employed person and there will be no texting and no lockdown when you have animals to care for or are trying to keep the business afloat.

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    • Ive seen massive stupidity in the last few days since RATs became widely available. Imo the biggest effect is the psychological damage done to ppl in the last 2 years has rendered them incapable of thinking and usually intelligent ppl seem to be the worst.

      Yesterday…. “ive taken 2 RATs today and theyve both been negative you should take one too as we both spent several hours with xxxx and hes tested positive yesterday”….

      Me: dude who cares

      “Well ive got all the symptoms, im sure its covid and ive just got it too bad for the RATs to detect do you think i should go get a pcr test?”

      Me: WTF cunt, youve got it that bad it cant be detected yet yours at work good as gold. What will you do if its positive?

      “Aw well id still have to work, the business dosent run itself”

      Me: my point exactly stop testing you muppet, take a panadol and teaspoon of that… (pointed to the 18ton of cement in the shed 🙂 )

      Seriously im blown away at the stupidity, then he starts freaking out about going in the tractor that mr covid used a day before. I just told him “youve already got covid so bad it canr ve tested wtf you worrying about”… i wasnt very popular after that.

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    • My car got so banged up at the supermarket carpark when someone drove into it, and then sped off, that it looks untouched, you know, no dents, no scratches. So I have to get it repaired, which will cost a fortune.

      I’m so fortunate that the nice man from the paint and panel shop was there to witness the accident, and will write up the damage for the insurance company.

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  20. Latest Column
    Dr Muriel Newman
    Lessons for New Zealand
    Posted on March 6, 2022
    By Dr Muriel Newman

    The shock invasion of the Ukraine serves as a grim reminder of the fragility of freedom and democracy in the face of powerful totalitarian aggressors. But it should also be a wake-up call – the invasion of the Ukraine is being financed by Western nations that have sacrificed energy security for the United Nations’ zero-carbon economic suicide pact.

    https://www.nzcpr.com/

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    • “…serves as a grim reminder of the fragility of freedom and democracy in the face of powerful totalitarian aggressors.”

      You mean like the way New Zealanders complied with the State’s powerful totalitarian aggression?
      – The compliance of the medical associations
      – The compliance of the media
      – The compliance of the public (particularly unions, Karens, the elderly and public-sector employees)
      – The compliance of the hospitality sector
      – The compliance of businesses

      Freedom and democracy are so “fragile” because no-one will make a stand to uphold them.

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  21. I see the bus drivers wife was up and about early this morning with a bunch of Stone Age mystics chanting and waving whale bones over parliament’s lawn.
    From his fb page:

    “This morning before dawn broke Te Āti Awa Taranaki Whanui as mana whenua held a blessing to restore the mōuri (life force) to the grounds of Parliament. Te Raukura, the feather was placed in the ground as a symbol of peace and karakia was said. It was an intimate ceremony due to the current security and COVID situation, but an important step towards restoring the spirit of this important and cherished place. The grounds will remain closed for the next fortnight while it is made safe and Police complete their investigations. Following that there will be opportunities for further ceremonies to welcome our wider community back to our place. Til then ngā mihi nui ki Te Āti Awa Taranaki Whanui. #Parliament”

    One interesting thing that came out of the protest is there doesn’t appear to be agreement among Māori as to who owns that land. I guess it belongs to the group that has the government nod.
    Hey, Wait up a minute.
    Doesn’t that sound like colonialism to you?
    Ihumateo II?

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  22. I’m descended from a line of folks who can bash up a plate of pikelets or scones in a few minutes.. but as I enter my twilight years the last thing I need on a hot afternoon is to gorge out on a plate of warm stodge.

    So I’ve stopped making pikelets & scones for afternoon tea.

    But Hubby became addicted to my peasant delights and today finally mastered a good pikelet … and now I’ve over indulged and am resting up for the afternoon….

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    • My paternal grandparents were from Cornwall. I know not where pikelets originated but Grandma sure knew how to make them. Sweet & soft like a sponge, with a few grandsons about, they usually didn’t survive the trip from the stove top to the plate.

      My mother’s side hailed from Dundee & Nana’s speciality were scones. They were insipid, bitter, turned your mouth inside out & after six hours in the open air could be used as doorstops. To my dying day I’ll remember Nana’s daft old mate eating the wretched things while remarking in a broad Gaelic accent “Jean, you make a beautiful scoooone”.

      They also ate tripe & at Hogmanay used to turn a sheep inside out, cook it & call it a haggis. As a rule your average Scot wouldn’t recognise good food if it flew twice round the room & built a nest halfway up their arse. 🙂

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  23. Kea in a recent comment mentioned food shortages, in particular flour. WW2 was a long time ago, so long in fact that your correspondent wasn’t born until four years after it ended but then food was rationed, not so much because of shortages but the push to export for the war effort.

    Then they used ration books. From http://sites.tepapa.govt.nz/sliceofheaven/web/html/ww2object3817.html?irn=2540

    …..”Resources were scarce in World War II, so rationing was part of life on the home front. Petrol was rationed from the moment the war began, with certain foods and clothing following in 1942.

    Women usually managed the family ration books. These were flimsy, stapled affairs with coloured sheets marked S (sugar), T (tea), M (clothing), and X (stockings).

    People were restricted to 12 ounces (24 tablespoons) of sugar per week, 8 ounces (16 tablespoons) of tea per month, and 1 pair of stockings every 3 months.”…….

    With the present Labour Party’s love of control, food rations are probably being loaded on to the vax passport.

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    • Nasska…we were brought up with a mother still in that rationing frame of mind. I remember staying with an uncle one time and as I was buttering my toast he said, “your’e not at your mother’s now, put some butter on that knife”.

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      • I can assure you that you were not the only one brought up under the cloud of the “rationing frame of mind”. My old man was fairly well paid, our housing was provided or subsidised by the firm he worked for & he always had a company car. Yet my parents were survivors of the 1920/30s Depression & then WW2. By today’s standards they were as mean & miserable as cat shit but they were a product of their times.

        We never went hungry but there would be few mealtimes when we weren’t reminded of butter & meat rationing. Pudding was usually associated with a lecture on sugar rationing in WW2..

        Some of it was passed on. Although Mrs Nasska & myself were young parents we always had a huge vege garden & I was a pass master at bargaining labour for meat. Our offspring frequently assured us that they were the only kids in town who had to watch a B & W TV carefully ignoring their ponies in the paddock next to the house. We were the last parents on the planet to expect the girls to wash the evening dishes because we didn’t have a dishwasher.

        Poverty is relative! 🙂

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  24. Well, strictly speaking, I s’pose it’s my maternal side that produced the good cooks…Grandma Hester had been a hotel cook back in Scotland and had a large kitchen here in NZ where something was always cooking for the hoardes who wandered in and out of her house. I would have done my first baking/cooking with her at age 3-4 when she gave me some pastry dough cut-offs.. I started to use it like play dough, but she showed me how to wrap a little piece around a moistened date, and then baked me my own little date
    pies. (waste not, want not)……Yummy….

    Grandma Flora, by contrast, never seemed to cook… she lived on tins of Salmon.

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        • I had a great aunty who was a Macdonald. Staunch as they came and if she had her way we’d still be paying homage to the Lord of the Isles. Her only son was called Donald. Love the sound of names like Donald Macdonald, Alistair MacAlistair, Gregor MacGreggor, Alpine MacAlpine etc.

          Sat next to a native Fijian on a ferry trip out to the Yassawa Islands a couple of years ago. He told me his surname was Macdonald. Decided to test my observation out on him and asked whether he had forebears by the name of Hector. He said that that was his Christian name.

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  25. A long and very interesting article to ponder about.
    Showing why we trust and comply and where this is leading us globally when others take advantage, now on a global & technical scale, to betray, even destroy, to make the changes, for the “new normal”.
    .
    How that can be abused by governments, and now how it is being done globally with learnt experience.
    How it becomes a betrayal that jails you while many believe there is no such jail.
    An open betrayal that many of us may unwittingly in parts support that creates the “Big Lie”.
    .
    …. why people can’t see it?
    Because the minds of the majority are still captured by our enemies while those whose minds aren’t captured still hope and dream of the old normal returning someday.
    ….. ….. …..
    .
    ….. So, you don’t really need to know about or understand “the end goal” to support it..
    You don’t necessarily need to be a bad person either.
    This is how you can have a so-called ‘conspiracy theory’ wide in the open and a large chunk of the population supporting it without being aware of that. ……
    ……. …… …..
    .
    ….. What we will do now will determine not only our future in the short term but will also pave a certain path for homo sapiens into the future in the long term, into the age of advanced technology and hi-tech solutions.
    .
    Soon we will find out and decide if technology will control, enslave and destroy us entirely, or we will learn to use it with respect and caution to our benefit.
    At this point in time, we have been collectively fooled into thinking that all the technology is solely available for our benefit, to make our lives easier and more convenient.
    .
    No one has really been paying enough attention and shouting about potential dangers while we are marching forward into the unknown, focused on markets, profits, convenience, and how we can use technology to gain control and power over others.
    People need to accept the current state of affairs and the reality we are all facing.
    Mad scientists and dangerous lunatics are in charge almost everywhere, spreading fear, division, and confusion.
    The inmates are running the asylum. And this is putting it mildly.
    But don’t be fooled, there are also men behind the curtain with conscious intentions and own agenda. They know perfectly well what they are aiming for. …

    https://mellob33.substack.com/p/trust-and-betrayal-how-to-destroy?s=r
    .
    An article well worth the read & pondering, then read later for 2nd and 3rd time.
    In seeing the betrayal, experiencing the loss of trust, then better equipped to “hold the line” our principles.
    To persuade people there is a greater loss, among the tragedies that seem to be coming, if we succumb, and do not raise questions, concerns, issues, to use and bring truth to the fore.
    There is so much more than the above quotes and many other quotes from good people who have have held onto principles.

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  26. Did you know that in 2009 NEW ZEALAND’S oil & gas industry was our 4th Largest Export Earner?
    Imagine if we had built on this over the last 13 years.
    We could possibly have now the nearly Highest Standard of Living in the World. Low international debt if not none.

    As we did in 1970. The year I was born.
    These decades amount to a systematic distraction of our prosperity,peace and security.

    SHAME on all those involved in the past, and those working to these ends today.

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  27. Those sportsman and women are thinning out.

    Former NFL Offensive Lineman Shane Olivea Dead at 40
    By Lorenz Duchamps
    March 5, 2022 Updated: March 5, 2022

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/former-nfl-offensive-lineman-shane-olivea-dead-at-40_4318551.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-03-05-4&utm_medium=email&est=F1%2FwBtYeSuexSYE99JUVtXA%2Ff88T25Xf7I0VtxKvWA6XBr83muAgFHF0mjnVqaU%3D

    Shane Olivea, a former offensive tackle for the then-San Diego Chargers who was known for his standout collegiate career at Ohio State University (OSU), has died on March 2, the Los Angeles Chargers announced in a statement. He was 40.

    As of Saturday, Olivea’s cause of death was not revealed.

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  28. I hope their is a good collation of vids, that achieves identity

    Seem to be where one of the tent fires started..
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1500028433304535040
    Focus on the 2, the one who entered tent and then the one who stopped any one else entering.
    The other guy in sun glasses if you scroll down as comment and identity by WFF and give him the ok.

    Certainly same style of dress of masking up.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1499142730697494528

    They seem to be the supporters of Ardern, and police to create mayhem.

    Good to learn how the devious government plays their hands and how we can counter that.
    I saw some where else where some dubious character was simply zoomed to on their legs for identifying tattoos 🙂

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