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  1. Good morning to you all my fellow Deplorables etc (Or whatever the useless 120 now care to call us)…

    Another day in jacinda-land awaits; I wonder what ‘care’ she will show today?

    Concerning the second meme above: On reading-it, the Vietnam-era statement ”It became necessary to destroy the town to save it’ DID come to mind….

    But on a lighter note: Has anyone managed to find ClarkE yet? (The hunt continues)

    Enjoy your day folks and don’t let the B___’s grind you down.

    Thanks.

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  2. (Courtesy of the Daily Examiner NZ FB Page):

    Although it’s long, I think that this article is important-enough to post here. If the ‘Islanders’ are turning, then dl has more trouble than she knows:

    Matai calls out Hypocrisy of Pasifika Church leadership

    Updated | Yesterday at 8:14 pm

    The Daily Examiner

    By Papali’i Fuiavailili Ala’ilima.

    It is time to choose.

    Our modern-day society has turned the truth on its head.

    Biological females who claim to be ‘men’ erroneously claim that men can get pregnant and have periods. Men are now competing against women in women’s sports and dominating massively. Indeed, being born white is no longer a barrier to claiming that one is black.

    We are being force-fed daily to accept that we live in this ‘brave new world’.

    No one likes to hear uncomfortable truths that destroy their previously-held prejudices. Nevertheless, truth is a painful necessity of life that helps us stay rooted in reality.

    Now though, we live in a Covid world where the general population has become lost in identifying the difference between truth and fiction, with Kiwis now thoroughly imbued with this faux reality.

    And in amongst all of this misinformation, there is this exposing of the elephant in the room:

    Almost every single Pasifika politician has betrayed their traditional Christian teachings and values.

    As one example of this, you need only look at how they supported the world’s most brutal abortion law. Almost every Pasifika politician pushed for killing a baby up to and during birth. They even managed to stop an amendment that would force doctors to look after the baby if they survived the termination attempt and were born alive.

    Almost every Pasifika MP, most claiming they are Christian, voted to stop this amendment from getting through. This image is from the only party at the time that opposed the extreme abortion law now in place. (Image: NC Facebook)

    Most Pasifika politicians have completely abandoned biblical thought on Christian issues and have instead swallowed Labour ideology. The irony in this crazy scenario plays out in our community each election time.

    These same Pasifika politicians expect the bulk of their election votes (if not all) from Christian believers’ obedience, specifically Pasifika. They expect this, knowing full well that they vote against what our Pasifika Christian faith declares.

    To be blunt, this ongoing rottenness that is hurting Pasifika families, traditions, and faith is from a philosophy known as Marxism (the source of Socialism, Communism and Fascism).

    Disciples responsible for spreading Marxism’s anti-Christian, anti-Pasifika values influence across New Zealand can be found in every sector of society. And, of course, they make up almost the entirety of the Labour/Greens coalition. If we follow historical patterns, this ideological disease will continue to spread until civil and human rights are void.

    History also shows that there will be a ‘point of no return’. Once that point is reached, New Zealanders will no longer protest or disagree with government. Instead, the partially/fully-funded media will smear, and NZ police will arrest once public opinion is suitably adjusted.

    This appears to have already started with the Freedom Protests. Thousands of New Zealanders travelled from the most southern and northern tips, moving through heartland New Zealand, before protesting and camping on parliament grounds for three weeks. During this protest, not one politician met with protestors (apart from David Seymour after receiving a massive online backlash and a very negative poll result). And each day, media flooded New Zealand with articles of violence, poop/acid attacks, Nazism, white supremacy, misogyny and more. Livestreams were shared worldwide, exposing the misinformation of these nonsensical claims. Instead of meeting with the New Zealanders, Ms Ardern decided to send in a newly violent police force. It started with pre-dawn raids then escalated to pepper spray, riot armour, shields, batons and less-than-lethal bullets.

    A combination of Trevor Mallard’s usage of water sprinklers, sound engulfment, light saturation along with Jacinda Ardern’s ignoring of the thousands of New Zealand’s protesting has been offered as a viable reason why police violence ensued. (Image: amended)

    And this is why all patriotic kiwis must be both vigilant and ready to push back, lest history repeats itself in New Zealand.

    We need to work together and do our part to maintain the freedoms we earned in blood.

    As former US President Ronald Reagan once told the American people: ‘Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction…’

    The fact that Socialism is thriving in New Zealand is not a good sign for the country’s future. I have seen people flying the New Zealand flag upside down to symbolise that New Zealand is in distress.

    I agree completely.

    The current Socialist-led government is creating national distress for Kiwis. In fact, to show the proper sense of urgency regarding this, we should not just fly the national banner upside down but should probably change the title of the National Anthem as well and entitle it: “God defend New Zealand from Socialism!”

    As a Conservative Christian of Pacific heritage, I feel it is my responsibility to sound the alarm within my community before it is too late. From the days of 9/11, we have all been told that if we ‘see’ something, we are to ‘say’ something to prevent another potential disaster from occurring.

    Unfortunately, when conservative Christians have seen something, we have tried to ‘say something’ by speaking out. We are then mocked, drowned out, smeared or a combination into silence by Socialists who seem to take pleasure in wielding their weapons of preference:

    Gaslighting mostly via NZ mainstream media.

    This is why I carry the slogan: “We see what they don’t and say what they won’t.”

    And who are “They”?

    “They” are those from our community who know better but are intimidated into silence.

    I was raised Christian like most Pacific Islanders, so my most referenced “source of Truth” is the Holy Bible. Not Jacinda Ardern’s “single source of truth”.

    The by-invite ‘Dawn Raids’ apology, while appearing at first glance to be genuine, masked the fact that Jacinda Ardern did not mention that 1, the Labour party was the one responsible for starting the Raids and 2, her father was an original Dawn Raider; she appears to have attempted to hide such information.

    In the Book of John 8:32, Jesus says, “…you will know the Truth and the Truth will set you Free”. I am writing this piece in the hopes of setting some of my Pacific Bible-believing Christians ‘free’.

    It is well past time that Christians speak out against our Christian leaders’ unbiblical relationship with a political party that embraces atheistic, anti-Christian, anti-Life and anti-traditional marriage values.

    Pasifika Christian leaders are under the false impression that they are not hypocrites. When they freely align themselves with a party that opposes our Christian faith, they are, by definition, hypocrites.

    And they are dragging our misinformed elders and minors along with them.

    Why or how our faith leaders have come to this conclusion is beyond me. But I can no longer continue to remain silent. In contrast, the community leaders continue to commit this heinous act of hypocrisy before God and man.

    In 2 Corinthians 6:14, the Apostle Paul admonishes the Believers in Corinth with these words:

    “Do not be unequally bound together with unbelievers (do not make mismatched alliances with them, inconsistent with your faith). For what partnership can righteousness have with lawlessness? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?” (AMP)

    There’s no perfect time to deliver this message to the Pasifika community.

    Here it goes:

    As Christians, God’s Word implores us to not compromise our faith through alliances with those who hold opposing views.

    The Labour party and Greens party hold opposing views to God’s Word.

    Instead of pointing out our Christian leaders’ blatant hypocrisy, I pray that they have a “Come to Jesus” moment. Indeed, that they repent and turn from their association with these anti-Christian parties.

    To those Pasifika Christian leaders to whom this applies:

    Are you not responsible for leading our Pasifika people to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ?

    Our people come together to hear you preach from the same Holy Bible that we all have and cherish on Sundays. Your Bible contains the same scriptures that mine does.

    How can you stand behind the pulpit and instruct people on the scriptures when you are not committed to them?

    Isn’t that hypocrisy?

    Jesus warned against being that way; He said to avoid the leaven of the Pharisees. (Luke 12:1 (KJV))

    Do you genuinely believe Bible scripture anymore?

    2 Corinthians 13:5 says: “Look at yourselves and check to see if you still believe.”

    I used to think that our church leaders continued working with Labour because they didn’t know any better. I mean, you can’t be expected to change something that you weren’t even aware was a problem, right?

    I no longer believe that to be the case.

    It appears that they have no intention of changing. I mean, why stop a good thing? Labour gives you money for your fund-raising, and in return, you sell your values, faith and congregation.

    I now believe that Pasifika Church leaders are well aware of what they are doing. They hope that no one will call them out on their hypocrisy.

    Church leaders, I don’t know why I am the one to remind you:

    You should not Fear man but Fear God instead.

    By not speaking against the policies of the Labour Party yet continuing to associate yourselves with them, you have misled many of our community into embracing their anti-Christian policies. These include supporting the murder of the unborn (Abortion), assisted suicide of the Elderly and Sick (Euthanasia), same-sex marriage and more. Scripture speaks against such practices.

    Two years ago, the Labour-led government’s Speaker of the House, Trevor Mallard, banned Jesus Christ’s name from Parliamentary prayer.

    Yet two years on, Pasifika Church leaders have not spoken a word against this. This is disgraceful.

    Who do you teach your congregation to pray to if it isn’t God in the name of Jesus Christ?

    This act alone should bother you enough to disassociate yourself with the Labour party. You failed to publicly stand up for His Name.

    Two years of knowing that they have banned the name of Jesus Christ from Parliamentary prayers is not just something that needed to be addressed with fellow Believers. It is a missed opportunity to share your Christian faith with the rest of the country in a courageous way.

    It appears that you fear man more than you fear God. I highly recommend that you repent (disassociate with the Socialists) and ask for the Lord’s forgiveness.

    I want to challenge every Bible-believing Christian to act as the true God-fearing leaders of the Pasifika community that you are supposed to be.

    Please.

    Stand up. Speak out in this critical moment. Your voice has been missing in action for far too long. As a person of faith, this is your fight.

    In speaking to the Body of Christ, who know and understand the same Biblical scriptures that I do:

    If Pastors, Priests, Elders, Bishops and even Deacons fail to stand up for our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, then it is on you.

    The Church is the last bastion of hope for freedom. This is even though many of our Pasifika leaders have become compromised.

    The Church congregation, in general, has remained true to our Christian faith.

    As Pasifika living in New Zealand, we must break the current silence and address this elephant in our room.

    Time is of the essence, so we need to address this now because the result of non-action is that our hypocritical leaders will be dragged further towards Socialism.

    It is a time for choosing as advised in Joshua 24:15:

    “And if it seems evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom you will serve…but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

    I hope that sharing this will allow you to reflect on whether or not the words of this message apply and, if they do, you will repent from your hypocrisy and do the right thing.

    God bless you.

    Spread the Truth:
    faith, high chief, samoa

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  3. Don’t forget the money they suck out of their followers.

    But apart from that this is historically wrong.
    And in amongst all of this misinformation, there is this exposing of the elephant in the room:
    Almost every single Pasifika politician has betrayed their traditional Christian teachings and values.

    There is nothing traditional about religion in the islands.

    Those islands fell prey to the God Boithers in not so long ago times.
    Go back to Cooks times and possibly some time later God wasn’t their focus but along came the European God Botherers and found a rich vein of converts.
    Convert the leader and the followers fall in line.
    Keep them uneducated and they remain in line.

    As Maori are wont to say. It was the evil colonists that stole our soul.

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    • Viking, if they didnt have tithing there would be no religion amonst islanders.
      Theyre gullable and easy prey, a small few recognised that and ran with it, they dont care if youre on the dole or living under a bridge just pay up or god wont love you.

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      • Yep, but they are not the only ones. Philipino’s are well indoctrinated., so are many Maori (Ratana) and plenty of fringe churches around. some do good some don’t and then of course we have Destiny with all its warts and good work.
        And we must not forget thecrowd sown the west coast with child brides and slave children and huge taxpayer funding.

        Its their choice, but no reason the taxpayers should fund them and no reason their dogma should rule others lives.

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          • Yes. And that too (knowing that the victim will keep their mouth shut).

            The Omerta is strong with these ones…
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omert%C3%A0

            “Whoever appeals to the law against his fellow man is either a fool or a coward. Whoever cannot take care of himself without police protection is both. It is as cowardly to betray an offender to justice, even though his offences be against yourself, as it is not to avenge an injury by violence. It is dastardly and contemptible in a wounded man to betray the name of his assailant, because if he recovers, he must naturally expect to take vengeance himself.”

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            • But from what I have seen the maori elite, have no better cognitive ability than the average maori in the street. Maybe as a higher education seeps through them and they reach the elite status them selves and the presrent elite die off and pass the reins over!

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              • …..” maori elite, have no better cognitive ability than the average maori in the street”……

                Traditional Maori governance was an oligarchy. Essentially it ran on aristocratic lines where whakapapa was supreme & warriors were hero worshipped.

                As a generalisation those with cognitive ability tended to end up in the hangi pit before they had much chance of passing on their genes.

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                  • But. But. But!

                    Isn’t marrying your first cousin the very height of 19th Century practice among royal families?

                    (I always suspected that Maori were stuck in the 19th Century, but this kind of supports that view.)

                    Those family genes need a good wash!

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                    • I suppose it could be a case of trying to emulate the colonisers.. They probably looked at Charles and Andrew and thought if they can fuck up this badly and still live well then so can I. Then I suppose they could have looked at the Maori party dress code for inspiration, those two cretins have definitely taken things to the next level of stupidity.

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  4. Just in regard to that top pic
    A friend of mine works in Media. He tells me (and I have no idea if this is accurate or not) that Clarke Gayford’s House Moving TV Show made him the highest paid TV star per episode in New Zealand…
    Crazy if true…

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  5. The NZ government may be taxing at an all-time high, but I suspect that $75.6 in 2017 dollars would buy you just as much (or more) than $102.6 in 2022 dollars.

    Who’s feeling poorer?

    After seeing the new valuation of my house (up 28%), I am not looking forward to paying 28% more in rates per year for the Auckland Council to waste…

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  6. This morning comes a graphic illustration of just how useless it is to petition Parliament. The petition to reverse the traffic light system achieved the pathetic total of 8545 votes and will almost certainly go nowhere as a result. Apathy will kill this country, it is already on its knees. I remember thirty years ago when we received our visas to come here how happy and excited we were, so sad that it should be ending like this. I just hope my well educated kids will be able to find somewhere better to move to when I am gone though God alone knows where that might be these dismal days.
    https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/petitions/document/PET_118215/petition-of-jamie-crook-reverse-covid-19-mandates-and

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    • The petition to reverse the traffic light system achieved the pathetic total of 8545 votes and will almost certainly go nowhere as a result.

      Now if Jacinda visited kindys and primary schools personally, and got the kids to sign a petition while she was there, as she did for banning plastic bags, she would have 64,000 signatures in a week or two, and “poof”, the traffic light system would be gone.

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  7. Death with Covid.
    In a big city of many millions of people, you would expect over a thousand deaths a day in ordinary times.
    If, say, 20% of the population has been exposed to the coronavirus and would thus throw up a “positive” in a PCR or other test, then you would expect 20% of those 1,000 people dying each day to be “with Covid”.

    Imagine how a misleading media outlet could then claim that “200 people a day dying with Covid!!”

    It’s true, but very misleading if you don’t know the backstory. Unfortunately, people of low cognitive ability who are unable to think critically can very easily be led.

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    • ……” people of low cognitive ability who are unable to think critically can very easily be led.”……

      You’ve well described the majority of people whose “education” has been provided by hard left, feminist ideologues over the past three decades.

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    • Imagine how a misleading media outlet could then claim that “200 people a day dying with Covid!!

      Which is what they did!

      Unfortunately, people of low cognitive ability who are unable to think critically can very easily be led.

      Along with our relatives who shunned us and told us to stay away from them because we did not get the jab; And now who are telephoning and emailing us to stay away (we already were by their decree) because they have Covid/Flu 2022.

      You got the jab, we stayed away, and you got Covid/Flu 2022. Oh, the irony, “Has the hamster wheel started spinning yet? Has the penny dropped? Have you put 2 and 2 together?”

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  8. Eleven years on from Fukushima, a large part of Fukushima Prefecture is still uninhabitable. The total area of this zone (in which the former residents are still barred from returning to) is some 331 square kilometers. That’s a lot of land in Japan (even if it is in the Japanese equivalent of New Zealand’s West Coast of the South Island).

    Here’s a video about the Fukushima Exclusion Zone (made a couple of years ago, but still good) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDvKkG1FTbU

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    • In a dystopian future, if a government wanted to introduce a system to monitor the location of its citizens (and who they are associating with) then the best way would be via a training “pandemic” where the system could be introduced as being for “your health and the safety of the ones you hold dear.”

      “Sign in to protect what you hold dear” (Obviously you don’t consider your privacy and autonomy to be important…)

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      • Just been to a few places to shop, didn’t sign in at one of them. What exactly is the point of this now when so many have it this disgusting killer flue//////? It’s all just power and control so the government knows where you are on a certain day and time and it disgusts me that people are lining up to do so. Like lambs to the slaughter they are.

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        • The last time I had to sign in was when I went to vote in the election (2020). I ignore the sign in and scan in, and mostly don’t wear a mask. It is unbelievable that people consent to being tracked. Do they actually believe it’s for their own good? Humans are weird.

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    • Just listening to a Gregg Hurwitz audio book while doing some gardening. This struck me as a timely warning to those countries eagerly encouraging their people to accept Ukranian refugees, “even the Russian Mafia are afraid of the Ukranians.”

      I wonder if the police who deal with serious organized crime have been consulted since it is for certain that many among the “refugees” will be from the criminal fraternity seeking to make a new life in Western Europe and America and take advantage of the rich pickings there?

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    • WG, any respect I had for Benedict Cumberpatch went down the gurgler when I found his parents had considered themselves more deserving of NZ MIQ spots than NZ citizens. It’s nice they could visit their grandkids in NZ for 3 weeks while their son worked here but NZ citizens missed out because of them. I would respect him more if he said he was happy to host a couple of NZ’ers.

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    • Simon Bridges retiring from politics
      https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/14/simon-bridges-retiring-from-politics/

      “I am proud to have played a significant role recently in getting National back in the hunt for government in 2023. I have every confidence in National to win the election.”

      “But more important to me than being a politician or a businessman, I’m a partner to Natalie and dad to Emlyn, Harry, and Jemima. This week my oldest two children turn 10 and 8 years old, and I want to be able to give them the best of me.”

      Bridges is currently finance spokesperson for National and is set to hand in his resignation in the coming weeks. Bridges put his hat in the ring for the National leadership challenge, but pulled out at the last minute.

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      • Just watched one News on +1 covering Bridges resignation.
        It will come as a surprise to Mr and Mrs Bridges that they have two children.
        Bridges said that two of his children have birthdays this week.
        One News aren’t big on details, are they.

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        • Ok, so he’s outta there!
          What about that wee cunt toddy muller?
          When are the nats going to kick his arse outta there too!
          Cunts living in a hammock!
          May many more of the 120 leave as well, specially labour ones.
          Has there ever been so many useless cunts been there!

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  9. ‘It’s time’ – National Party MP Simon Bridges quits, will leave Parliament in coming weeks

    National Party MP Simon Bridges is quitting politics and will step down as an MP in the next few weeks.

    Bridges announced his decision after telling fellow MPs in caucus this morning.

    In an exclusive interview with the NZ Herald ahead of that announcement, he said he made his final decision over the last week after thinking about it for some time.

    It was the right time to look at other opportunities for him.

    It is the first big surprise for new leader Christopher Luxon less than four months after he took over as leader, giving Bridges the third ranking in his caucus and the critical finance portfolio.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/its-time-national-party-mp-simon-bridges-quits-will-leave-parliament-in-coming-weeks/V3L6FUWZNJXKJQWFD2Q4J5WJ3Y/

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  10. Was the Covid crisis a fraud to cancel global debt?
    By
    Sally Beck


    March 14, 2022

    WALL Street executive Edward Dowd alleges the Covid crisis was manufactured to solve governments’ out of control debt crises. His 20 years’ experience with high-profile financial crashes alerted him to a potential underlying fraud being used to wipe the books clean.

    Dowd watched the 1990s internet dotcom bubble burst and witnessed the 2008 global recession caused by fraudulent trading in the US property market, so has a nose for these things.

    And with governments still saddled with debt from both those disasters (the UK’s public debt is £2.1trillion, double pre-2008, while the US debt had tripled at $30trillion) something mighty had to happen to deal with it.

    In an interview with me he said: ‘We figured that if there’s a sovereign debt bubble, the people who created it were not going to take the blame. So, we wondered would they start a war or something like that? They had to cause some distraction.

    ‘When Covid hit I was very suspicious. I didn’t have any proof that it was a plan, and I really don’t like to talk about whether it was a plan, or an excuse used by people, but I can tell you with confidence they used it as a system of control to prevent riots when the current bubble pops.

    ‘They want something to point at as the cause of the potential chaos.

    ‘We’re at the end of the line and there’s going to have to be cover stories.

    ‘I was already worried that this was a civil liberties problem. I knew they would take it to absurd levels and I predicted on Twitter in May 2020: vaccine passports, demonisation of the unvaccinated and cancelling of medical experts talking about the counter-narrative.’

    Dowd had no concrete proof at that time, but little by little information that backed up his fears began to emerge.

    Read the full article at: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/was-the-covid-crisis-a-fraud-to-cancel-global-debt/

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  11. THEY ARE PLAIN FUCKING MAD DOWN THERE IN THE hIVE.
    The Government will offer visas to the parents and wider family of New Zealand Ukrainians, in an effort to help as many as 4000 people escape war.

    Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi on Tuesday morning announced the Government would allow the family members of Ukrainian-born New Zealanders under a “special Ukraine policy” in response to Russia’s brutal invasion of the nation, which began in late-

    February.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/128056970/government-to-offer-visas-to-some-4000-family-members-of-ukrainianborn-new-zealanders

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  12. tell this to the thousands of terminated teachers you cunt

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/cabinet-to-consider-changes-to-covid-19-vaccine-passes-mandates-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern.html

    “Many of the workforces covered by the vaccination requirements – so for people to continue to do those jobs they needed to be vaccinated – are in the public sector. The first course of action for those workforces was to find opportunities for redeployment.

    “Where redeployment was not available, then people have been worked with to see whether there are other options available to them.

    “Termination of their employment has only been used as an absolute last resort and people will have had plenty of time to work through that process.”

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      • I was hoping the mandates would have been removed in the NY but here we are half way through March and she is determinedly hanging onto them. I am disappointed in the blase attitude of those who chose to accept the vax. Their lack of concern for the health apartheid imposed on their fellow citizens is not only tolerated but dismissed as being our own fault for not complying to the jab. 💩💩💩

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    • If it wasnt for the protest and the shitty polling from it that cnut wouldnt even be thinking it let alone talking about changes to mandates and vax passes.
      The protesters may have lost the battle but theyll win the war in the end.
      FJA

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  13. Does he have any idea of the critical state of the economy? Perhaps he can consult his mate Willy Jackson, socialist and Labour minister, formerly of the Manukau Urban Māori Authority.

    ‘Cataclysmic change’ needed to address decades of poverty

    Slashing a fuel tax, cutting road user charges and halving the cost of public transport for three months is just applying “band aids to [the] festering sore” of poverty, the Manukau Urban Māori Authority says.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/14/cataclysmic-change-needed-to-address-decades-of-poverty/

    “Somehow we’ve got to change this. I know the Government does its best in terms of just trying to, as I say, apply band aids to a festering sore, but there has to be something cataclysmic, if you like, that has to change.”

    “We have to draw a line in the sand and say this is no longer acceptable.”

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  14. “Speaking about what his legacy may be, Bridges said he was the first Māori leader of a major New Zealand political party.”

    Bridges never (to my knowledge) attempted to trade on his Maori heritage at any point in his career. Why bring it up now?

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  15. Green MP Elizabeth Kerekere, the party’s Covid response spokesperson, has handed over her portfolio after admitting to breaching Covid-19 restrictions.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/15/green-mp-breaks-covid-rules-flies-while-household-contact/

    Green Party co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw have written to public health authorities to inform them of her breach, after flying from her home in Tairāwhiti to Wellington two days after a household member tested positive for Covid.

    As a household contact, a person must isolate for seven days. Even under the close contact exemption scheme for critical workers, a person must only travel solo or with a household member to and from work.

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  16. Another announcement announced for a proposed delayed announcement

    Cabinet to consider ‘changes’ to COVID-19 vaccine passes, mandates – Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/cabinet-to-consider-changes-to-covid-19-vaccine-passes-mandates-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern.html

    “Over the course of this week and next, Cabinet will be considering the changes we’ve been discussing on mandates, vaccine passes, and the COVID Protection Framework,” Ardern said at her post-Cabinet press conference.

    “We’ll look to make announcements on these decisions next week.”

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  17. Damien De Ment, [15/03/2022 1:15 PM]
    Labour MP Kiri Allan Tapu in 2016 was paid by Boston USA based 350.org to go to the Dakota Access Pipeline / Keystone XL pipeline and fought to get it stopped. Her wife Natalie Coates also flew with her. Kiri is on the board of 350.org, a globalist climate activist movement tightly connected to Soros, Obama and UN. The resulting closure of that pipeline not only denied regional Native American Tribes of literally hundreds of millions in lifetime revenue, but it subsequently reversed the recent achievement of USA becoming entirely self reliant on energy and a net exporter, shuddering entire shale industry. The success Trump created had to be reversed by the communists, because if the pipeline was open today, there would be no global gas crisis. The UN climate agenda, backed by the criminal elite has been weaponized to kill capitalism, break down industry and install communism. Or as Pierre Omidyar says “Pluralism”. Funny thing about Kiri Allan Tapu is that in 2007 she was arrested as part of the NZ Terrorist Raids, the entire aftermath of that case and the people points to SERIOUS deal making. Kiri was an intern for them Prime Minister Helen Clarke, so access to authority wasn’t a problem. Kiri’s wife is actually her lawyer from that time, the perceived success of her work allowing Natalie Coates to attend globalist think-tank Harvard University, which is well known to be at the centre of much of the disinfo used around the World on various UN agenda topics like climate, free speech, extremism, gender studies etc. NZ is awash with climate communist agenda. Enviromental Defense Fund, Motu, OxfamNZ, 350.org.nz, ActionStation, Enspiral. Kiwi’s need to deepen their personal understanding of just how fucking corrupted NZ is.

    https://t.me/DamienDeMent/1486

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  18. Excuse me, but why is cindy celebrating the third anniversary of Brenton Tarrent shooting up the muslim churches in Chch!!!
    She’s just virtual seeking, it’s all about me. (Did she bring the baby and clarkE, to the event)
    Why three years, its an odd number! Why not two and three quarters.
    Or five and twenty six days?
    In the present economic climate, it’s a complete waste of money!
    If the muslims wanted a ceremony, do their own and pay for it. Tax and rate payers should not be!

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  19. So today in parliament they paid tribute to the mosque victims and shared how much they love and care about the faith of a derranged man that ran through a countdown supermarket stabbing random ppl and thats killed many thousands throughout the world in heinous attacks.
    Golly g trying to push the hurty feelz bill.
    Nude nut being a woketard
    Cindy has sad face hoping for a muslim vote but also got out the boney pointy finger for a naughty greeny

    Yawn, the hijab they are us shit was so 2019. Why the hell do we dwell on crap like that? Same with the earthquakes etc we need to just leave it in the past a move on, nothing good comes from dwelling on past events and greviances.

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  20. To elaborate on Braybot’s 1700 post, herewith the formal communique from The Free Speech Union which arrived in my in-box this afternoon.

    Dear XXX

    Almost a year ago, we launched our campaign against the proposed hate speech laws, which saw tens-of-thousands of you, Free Speech Union supporters, submit against criminalising Kiwis’ speech.

    At the time, we were pushing against a policy proposal from a Government that months before had won a majority in Parliament, and could effectively do what they liked.

    Yet, despite commitments that the legislation would be introduced at the beginning of this year, we haven’t seen any progress.

    Now, just this afternoon, when questioned by media in Parliament, neither the Prime Minister nor Kris Faafoi could confirm that hate speech laws would be passed this term.

    This is what the Political Editor of Stuff Henry Cooke said about it:

    🗣️Shelved hate speech laws a major win for free speech 🚫

    This all comes on the back of Kris Faafoi’s first interview with Newshub Nation since last year. On Saturday, he claimed:

    “I think, as you would have seen from the public reaction to that, I think it showed us that much more care needed to be taken to make sure that, you know, I think, the intent is genuine to make sure that those laws land in the right place. But we also don’t want to inflame the very issue that we are trying to fix here.”

    After receiving overwhelming opposition to the proposals last year, it’s not surprising that the Justice Minister hasn’t made progress with hate speech laws.

    This policy proposal received more submissions than any other proposal before, and over 80% specifically endorsed the Free Speech Union’s submission and opposed the hate speech laws.

    When you can’t articulate what it is you’re trying to address without simply resorting to vague abstractions, we shouldn’t be imprisoning people for 3 years. If ever there was an issue mired in the detail this was it. Frankly, Faafoi will be glad to have this on the backburner.

    In Saturday’s interview, he went on to say:

    “I think, as you would have seen from the public reaction to that, I think it showed us that much more care needed to be taken to make sure that, you know, I think, the intent is genuine to make sure that those laws land in the right place. But we also don’t want to inflame the very issue that we are trying to fix here,” he told host Simon Shepherd.

    Hence, it is not surprising that the government is struggling to find a way forward. They don’t even know what speech they want to ban.

    Faafoi is slowly finding out what we’ve been saying all along: hate speech laws are simply unworkable in a society that values free expression.

    The battle for free speech in New Zealand is fierce sometimes, but more and more Kiwis are standing up for this basic right, and today, it looks like you’ve won a major victory.

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  21. Almost a year ago, we launched our campaign against the proposed hate speech laws, which saw tens-of-thousands of you, Free Speech Union supporters, submit against criminalising Kiwis’ speech.

    At the time, we were pushing against a policy proposal from a Government that months before had won a majority in Parliament, and could effectively do what they liked.

    Yet, despite commitments that the legislation would be introduced at the beginning of this year, we haven’t seen any progress.

    Now, just this afternoon, when questioned by media in Parliament, neither the Prime Minister nor Kris Faafoi could confirm that hate speech laws would be passed this term.

    This is what the Political Editor of Stuff Henry Cooke said about it:

    🗣️Shelved hate speech laws a major win for free speech 🚫

    This all comes on the back of Kris Faafoi’s first interview with Newshub Nation since last year. On Saturday, he claimed:

    “I think, as you would have seen from the public reaction to that, I think it showed us that much more care needed to be taken to make sure that, you know, I think, the intent is genuine to make sure that those laws land in the right place. But we also don’t want to inflame the very issue that we are trying to fix here.”

    After receiving overwhelming opposition to the proposals last year, it’s not surprising that the Justice Minister hasn’t made progress with hate speech laws.

    This policy proposal received more submissions than any other proposal before, and over 80% specifically endorsed the Free Speech Union’s submission and opposed the hate speech laws.

    When you can’t articulate what it is you’re trying to address without simply resorting to vague abstractions, we shouldn’t be imprisoning people for 3 years. If ever there was an issue mired in the detail this was it. Frankly, Faafoi will be glad to have this on the backburner.

    In Saturday’s interview, he went on to say:

    “I think, as you would have seen from the public reaction to that, I think it showed us that much more care needed to be taken to make sure that, you know, I think, the intent is genuine to make sure that those laws land in the right place. But we also don’t want to inflame the very issue that we are trying to fix here,” he told host Simon Shepherd.

    Hence, it is not surprising that the government is struggling to find a way forward. They don’t even know what speech they want to ban.

    Faafoi is slowly finding out what we’ve been saying all along: hate speech laws are simply unworkable in a society that values free expression.

    justice minister

    The battle for free speech in New Zealand is fierce sometimes, but more and more Kiwis are standing up for this basic right, and today, it looks like you’ve won a major victory.

    Donate to the Free Speech Union

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  22. Well didnt see that coming//
    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/changing-our-language-two-doses-no-longer-considered-fully-vaccinated-against-omicron-dr-bloomfield/ar-AAV3KdQ

    Whats the bet cindys anouncement of an anouncement on vax passes and mandates will really be doubling down on stupidity and adding boosters to vax passes to ensure as bloomfailed says “youre vaxxed to the max”.

    Theyre probably wondering how theyre gunna spin the waste of 10s of millions of dollars worth of unused vaccines.
    I vote we line up the 120 scum mps along with bloomfailed and make them take every last shot… kinda like when you were a kid and mum making you sit at the table till youve eaten all your silverbeet and boiled cabbage.
    They wanted all the vaccines they can take them all 🙂

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  23. Act party donations drive nets almost $1 million from rich listers
    13 Mar, 2022 05:00 AM
    Act will declare $850,000 of donations on Monday from some of the wealthiest New Zealanders, including a $100,000 donation from billionaire Graeme Hart, who tops the rich list.

    Act leader David Seymour says the donations are part of a drive by the Act party which has raised almost $1 million. The remaining roughly $150,000 has come from smaller donations, which do not have to have their donors declared.

    Alongside Hart, the big donors are Rod Drury, Craig Turner, Graham Edwards, Dame Jenny Gibbs, Murray Chandler, and John Harman, who donated $100,000 each.

    Stephen Jennings, Grant Baker, and Mike Thorburn donated $50,000 each.

    Seymour said the donations were from people who were not “particularly political”, and he did not know conclusively whether any of the names on the list were Act party members.

    He said the donors were “worried about two things: the state of democracy, the rushed legislation and the uncertainty it creates; and the policy direction which they see as being anti-aspirational and I think the reason they have connected that with Act is they want to see meaningful change in New Zealand”.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/act-party-donations-drive-nets-almost-1-million-from-rich-listers/TC65IND7DIGN6GIMQAK3IGYTQ4/?utm_source=encharge&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=My+Broadcast&utm_content=Free+Press%2C+14+March+2022

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  24. In Parliament last week, we discovered the Prime Minister reads Free Press, and it makes her very angry. Over 70 thousand people have watched the video. ACT’s practical solution to offset the skyrocketing price of petrol has been widely reported. In short, it takes James Shaw’s $1 billion slush fund from carbon tax and gives it back to people. Some of New Zealand’s most successful entrepreneurs have come out to publicly and substantially support ACT, with a million dollar fundraising drive.

    REAL CHANGE

    The gap between left and right has been closing for over a year. In the past month the lines have crossed, with ACT and National ahead of Labour and the Greens for the first time. There are two things to think about.

    The stakes just got higher because, terrible as a Labour Government is, Labour’s decline could make things worse after 2023. A Labour/Green/Maori Party Government would be the best Government since Muldoon, if you are an Australian recruitment agency.

    But even if there is a change of Government, there’s a bigger question. Change to what?

    Five times New Zealand has had a Labour Government, and five times it’s been followed by a National Government that campaigned with fire and brimstone against Labour only to keep their policies and direction going for them.

    A new Government of National and ACT only would be a first. The last one was simultaneously reliant on the Maori Party, who John Key could always rely on to support backward policies if ACT wouldn’t. There has never been a better chance for real change.

    Real change means more than holding the line and managing Labour’s legacy competently. It means stopping New Zealand’s gradual decline and actively promoting the values of an achieving society.

    Labour is doing damage at such a rate of knots, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Thoughts need organising. Here’s three areas of problem and solution.

    A healthier economy where your efforts make a difference. Healthy, thriving communities where a gang is no kid’s best career option. Finally, a Kiwi identity as an outward looking, multi-ethnic, liberal democracy.

    Karl Marx was a shocker, the only thing worse than his manners, personal hygiene and relationships was his ideas, which led to death and destruction on an epic scale. He may have had one thing right though, the workers are exploited. It’s not capitalists who are the problem but bureaucrats.

    Why has hard work got decoupled from success? People spend longer getting permission to do things than it takes to do them. Every year it gets worse because last year’s bureaucracy is taken as a given, the question is what to add. Market studies by the Commerce Commission have told us nothing new but created a cottage industry in Wellington.

    Real change means zero basing the bureaucracy and regulatory settings in each parliamentary cycle. Take the 3,900 Ministry of Education bureaucrats. Four years ago there were 2,600. All along there have been only 2,550 schools. The cost is not only those salaries but the damage they do to the sector. Principals often say they are more a hindrance than a help.

    If you take that approach through the balance of the bureaucracy, you start to see where there’s real opportunity to reduce the costs the bureaucratic class put onto the people.

    Healthy thriving communities mean kids go to school and their best career path does not include a gang. It means work always pays better than welfare and we don’t accept there’s a whole swath of New Zealand for whom the only way forward is bigger Government handouts.

    Real change in social policies means flipping welfare from an entitlement to a contract with mutual obligation. It means replacing a bureaucratic education system that has more to say about living in a ‘treaty-centric Aotearoa’ than how kids make their way in the 21st century world where skills matter more than ever. It means putting gangs on good behaviour contracts and taking their assets.

    The Kiwi identity is at a crossroads. We are supposed to be engaged in a bold South Pacific experiment with two types of people; Tangata Whenua and Tangata Treaty. Real change means rejecting He Puapua that came out of John Key’s accession to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (something even Helen Clark refused to do).

    Real change means we proudly say we are a modern, multiethnic, outward looking liberal democracy. It’s a magnificent way to live and the only way that has truly allowed human flourishing.

    Buckle in because the next 18 months leading up to the 2023 election is going to be tough. As the country gets buffeted by global events and its own Government, the only path to hope is real change, something that is both desperately needed and totally worth it.

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    • There are a few things we can take as given. One is that Mudguard will drag National further into socialist NWO territory than the Mad Queen would dream of. He’s a fuckwit & a globalist.

      Like it or lump it we’re going to have to swallow dead rats & back ACT. The alternative is too horrible to contemplate.

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      • The Left often go “right”, supporting wars for the globo & ruthless fascistic govt control. The Right often go left, voting in gay marriage & UN appeasement. People are generally lulled into complacency whilst their tribes pols betray the principles they were voted in for. The nett effect is globo-agenda fully implemented.

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      • Agree nasska. Seymour can dream all he likes but with nudenut leading National nothing is likely to change.
        Unfortunately the guy who could have helped Act witheir dreaming resigned from politics today.
        I think NZ has some real problems ahead of it in the next few years unless miraculously a very strong centre right party emerges to break the staus quo. It will probably need National and Act as junior partners, but as long as they are junior ( combined) it would be OK. Yeah I know I’m dreaming .

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    • This was posted at waikanae watch today.
      I don’t want to be a multi ethnic liberal democracy whatever that means.
      Code for open the borders and make radical changes to society.
      I am still looking for a party to support.

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  25. I have it on good authority that Bridges is going to join another ( newish ) party and take National/Liarbour head on.
    You heard it here first from Hunty Reality/Jet skier/Gigolo/ All round top bloke rolling in it.😎

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  26. The mood is festive across Ukraine tonight as the liberating Russian humanitarian mission gains more ground. Russian aid workers are handing out care packages and protecting civilians from extremists.

    The success of the humanitarian mission has prompted many to call for Putin to receive a Nobel peace prize. 🇷🇺

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  27. Once upon a time, there was a young girl named Jacinda who bought a donkey
    from a farmer for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next
    day.
    When the farmer drove up the next day, he said, “Sorry miss, I have some
    bad news. The donkey is on my truck, but I’m afraid he’s dead.
    Jacinda replied, “Well then, just give me my money back.”
    The farmer said, “I can’t do that. I went and spent it already.”
    Jacinda said, “OK then, just unload the donkey anyway.”
    The farmer asked, “What are ya gonna do with him?”
    Jacinda said, “I’m going to raffle him off.”
    The farmer exclaimed, “You can’t raffle off a dead donkey!”
    But Jacinda, with a big smile on her face and her trademark toothy grin,
    said “Sure I can. Watch me. I just won’t tell anybody that he’s dead.”
    A month later the farmer met up with Jacinda and asked, “What happened with
    that dead donkey?”
    Jacinda said, “I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at two dollars a piece
    and made a profit of $798.”
    Totally amazed, the farmer asked, “Didn’t anyone complain that you had
    stolen their money because you lied about the donkey being dead?”
    Jacinda replied, “the only guy who found out about the donkey being dead
    was the raffle winner, when he came to claim his prize. So I gave him his $2
    back plus $200 extra, which is double the going value of the donkey, so he
    thought I was a really great girl.”
    Jacinda grew up and eventually became Prime Minister, and no matter how
    many times she lied or how much money she stole from Kiwi voters, as long as
    she gave them back some of the stolen money, most of them thought she was a really great person.
    And I still can’t find Clarke!

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