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  1. Good morning pureblood and those who wish they were. I wonder what joys await us today? FJA. George Orwell would be shocked at how things have changed over the years. He seriously would be thinking F**KKKKK. Have a great day everyone. FJA and quite a few others, well , all the 119 of them actually now that Simon Bridges has resigned.

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  2. Guy Hatchard raises a few more awkward questions of the government, and his observations.
    .
    …. “When did the New Zealand government first receive the Pfizer Adverse effects report completed on 30th April 2021?”
    .
    …. Considering the volume of adverse events and deaths following mRNA vaccination reported by Pfizer, why did you continue to tell the New Zealand public it was completely safe? …..
    .
    …. The Broadcasting Standards Authority, the Advertising Standards Authority, the Media Council, and the Human Rights Commission, …. …..independent stance, … ….complainants that government advice on vaccine safety should be taken at face value.
    Are they also taking the fifth? …..
    .
    ….. Covid legislation …. ….discrimination.
    Employers …. ….to discriminate …. …protected from sanctions for doing so. ….
    ….. They are able to take the fifth and kiss you goodbye.

    https://hatchardreport.com/new-zealand-takes-the-fifth/
    .
    With a point about the complaints raised, that ‘stuff’ replies are not true.
    ….. Stuff newspaper…. …. ‘right of reply’, I wasn’t.

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  3. What a good little collectivist…..and a narrative steerer/alterer at that.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/128074205/the-long-road-back-how-can-new-zealand-mend-the-mandate-pain
    Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw says the benefits of mandates can be measured in NZ’s lack of deaths and serious illness.

    “We’re in the middle of a global pandemic that’s killed 6 million people and made a lot very, very ill. What’s most important here – a few people’s need to not have a mandate, or our collective health and wellbeing?”

    The researcher and science advocate says regardless of that, a small group of people have been genuinely hurt by the mandates and writing them off doesn’t help.

    “But there are those from extreme groups who have infiltrated and manipulated people, and we shouldn’t forget that in the process of how we bring people back.

    “If we’re going to bring people back there can’t be tolerance for those people in that space.”

    https://communityresearch.org.nz/researchers/dr-jess-berentson-shaw/
    Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw is a co-director of The Workshop, a research and communications not-for-profit organisation specialising in narratives strategies which help individuals and organisations to better communicate complex social and environmental issues.

    Jess is a public narrative researcher and advisor. She gained her PhD in Health Psychology from Victoria University in 2003. In roles across government and the not for profit sectors she has focussed on placing best knowledge and equity at the heart of decision-making. Since 2017 Jess has been researching and implementing narrative strategies that engage, deepen people’s thinking, and improve decision-making with regard to our big social and environmental challenges.

    https://www.scanz.co.nz/how-to-talk-about-covid19
    In 2017 Jess co-founded The Workshop with Marianne Elliott. She now researches communication and narrative strategies that engage, deepen people’s thinking, and improve decision-making. She teaches researchers, policy makers and advocates how to shift their narratives to motivate action on our big social and environmental challenges.

    I wonder if she worked on The Hatchard Hatchet job with Keith Lynch?
    FJA

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    • I wonder how many would have died of flue, old age and other co-morbidities without this pandemic? That would be very interesting to see the usual number of deaths in a two year period. I would say it would be the same. That will never come out though t would spoil the narrative. Then there are the number of deaths after the jabby, how many of those would there be? FJA

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        • I agree Harvey, she’s talking about those who would not conform to the chosen narrative. Those who were willing to think for themselves instead of believing what the “hive” informed us of and those amazing NZers who formed groups to assist ailing and financially damaged kiwis. We all deserve a medal for resisting the podium of truth and their incessant propaganda for 2 full years.
          Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw may find out that consequences for taking the wrong path also work the opposite way depending on how the cards fall when “the fog of war” lifts.

          “But there are those from extreme groups who have infiltrated and manipulated people, and we shouldn’t forget that in the process of how we bring people back.

          “If we’re going to bring people back there can’t be tolerance for those people in that space.”

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          • Waikatogirl@1002

            And by stating that ‘“If we’re going to bring people back there can’t be tolerance for those people in that space'[, this woman has made her political ideologies very clear, and that she is an unabashed and adoring supporter of dl.

            I do wonder though if, in her arrogance, she has ever considered that there might be ‘unexpected’ consequences for her and her fellow ‘believers’ should the queen B_ ever lose her power.

            Somehow I doubt that it has even crossed her ‘oh so bright and self-righteous’ mind.

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      • Yes, patronising bitch. My thoughts exactly. The woman is nothing but a brainwashing specialist (viz ‘shifting narratives’, ‘engaging spaces’ blah fucking blah).

        This whole piece is nothing but a softening up process to prepare us for the cunt Ardern to back down on her evil without losing too much face before the people do the honourable thing and drag her and her cabal out and hang them.

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    • She is talking about the methods and ideology used for years in the US and other countries outlined in the Off Guardian piece I linked yesterday.
      Outfits like hers can not exist without contracts from the Government. No private enterprise would have any use for her clap trap research.

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  4. “Given the media won’t report actual facts, this article is intended to highlight some of the recent hypocritical decisions of the current Govt.
    In October 2020, Jacinda Ardern said she would be the most transparent Govt ever and govern for all New Zealanders. Many Kiwis believed this, but in the last 15 months, we’ve seen how very different reality has been. This is the most manipulative, deceitful, arrogant and divisive Govt New Zealand has ever seen.
    Despite failing dismally on every self-identified target for their first term in Govt (2017-20), Ardern was able to convince half of voters that she was the best option for 2020-23. Narratives, spin and emotive comms definitely played a part in this. In her own words, 2020 was a COVID election.
    Now, it’s time for New Zealand to wake up, stop believing the spin – and start asking questions. Why are we seeing what we are, how much longer is this going to continue for, and how much do we value our democracy?
    Poor fiscal management, and a poorly managed COVID response strategy (all spin, no substance) – including an epic failure to build hospital capacity, has resulted in unnecessarily long, expensive and restrictive lockdowns – and left us now totally unprepared for future variants or any indication of properly reopening. The price – nearly $60 billion in additional Govt debt.
    Being a small and sparsely populated island nation with no land border (even the North/South Island are separated by water!), we had every opportunity to be ahead of the game.
    We have also experienced incredible luck and substantially increased export prices.
    However, while the rest of the world is learning to live with COVID, we are still languishing well behind. Infrastructure projects which could have been well on their way with proper Govt management, are still just at the planning stage – and note, huge amounts have been wasted on unrealistic and ridiculous projects that were deemed not feasible early on (SkyPath an example).
    Labour can talk and spend, but simply cannot deliver for all New Zealanders.
    We have lost thousands of highly skilled and qualified people due to recent draconian legislation, and our immigration policy has meant that we’ve lost – and not welcomed, overseas skilled talent.
    The hypocrisy and sheer inconsistency with regulations seen in recent examples – such as Lorde bypassing the MIQ lottery to be available just in time for Jacinda Ardern’s wedding, are blatantly obvious. Or, British DJ Dimension in the community while positive with COVID – who was granted special status exemptions to come to New Zealand three times in the last 18 months to perform – making him far more important to New Zealand apparently than life-saving ICU nurses according to Labour. Perhaps it’s because Ardern was once a DJ, she values the music industry more than the life-saving doctors and nurses needed during a pandemic.
    New Zealand as a country has gone backwards instead of into the future.
    This is all about a return to the antiquated social policies of the 1970s – which have been abandoned by the modern western world because they simply don’t work in our modern technology-based society, and particularly in a less populated country like New Zealand, where our main employers are SMEs. We are steadily heading back to a society where we will all be encouraged to be mediocre rather than aspirational, where the incentive to work and achieve will be frowned upon – and the average person will have to rely on the state for housing and welfare. Our drop in the world education standards (university rankings) over the last four years is a classic example of this. Ardern and her team are currently running our country based on what looks like a reenactment of a 50-year-old social experiment – that has unfavourable results for society as a whole.
    When you aim for a common denominator, it generally ends up being the lowest – Labour is renowned for creating dependency to ensure full and sustained control.
    Spin, PR jargon, manipulation and deceit through narratives – that’s probably what Jacinda Ardern and her Govt are best known for. And this is all happening before our eyes with a highly biased media and very few people asking questions. Time to stand up, speak up – and preserve democracy by holding this Govt and the media to account.”

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    • “We are steadily heading back to a society where we will all be encouraged to be mediocre rather than aspirational, where the incentive to work and achieve will be frowned upon – and the average person will have to rely on the state for housing and welfare.”

      Who’s going to pay for all this housing and welfare?

      The big difference between the 1970s and the 2020s in this country (and many others in the East and West) is that the demographic pyramid of 50 years ago (lots of youth / few retirees) has inverted to give us our “many retirees / few youthful workers.” The ratio of worker to beneficiary is falling. What are we to do about it?

      a. Get more “young workers” from overseas (They too will grow old)
      b. Force the non-workers to work?
      c. Reduce the numbers of non-workers?
      d. Increase the productivity of the workers?
      e. Use AI and robotics to substitute for hard physical labor? (Does the capital and technology exist?)
      f. Do nothing and wait several decades for the demographics to reach a new equilibrium (As all biological systems will)

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        • Yet in the 60s the (as usually wrong) university educated soothsayers were predicting nine hour working weeks which translates into incredible advances in technology & automation. If this excess time had materialised there would be a buffer.

          The technology we received in abundance but automation never caught up. Couples who used to exist adequately on one 40hr wage are now both working but shackled by debt & going backwards. In NZ this is explained largely by the ridiculous increase in the cost of housing but as the work/leisure divide has increased over the entire Western system there must be other contributory factors.

          What are they?

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          • – Years of (debt-fueled) prosperity and stability has stimulated the growth in bureaucracy and non-jobs (think of box-ticking, HR, Health & Safety, compliance, awareness, diversity-training, and thousands of other non-productive “key roles” that have been created)
            – Regulations that restrict competition and push up prices (let market forces work)
            – The “two-income-is-normal” household (limited child-bearing)
            – Leisure options are incredibly diverse compared with 2 generations ago
            – The growth in tertiary education (everyone must go to university)
            – The increasing demands for computer literacy and mastery of “technology”
            – The acceptance that you will be tracked and monitored through your debit/credit card usage
            – The belief that the State is your buddy and big brother

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          • Fat Faafoi the clown car’s minister of immigration has it all sorted. Stop the visa applications of those necessary health workers, etc until they say stuff it and bugger off back where they arrived from. NZ doesn’t need doctors when there is no money left to pay them.

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      • OS, with enough boosters, fake pandemics followed by more vaccines the problem will solve itself silly.

        Seriously tho the pension will cease to exist in 20yrs, theyll scrap that before they slash benes for the young.

        State housing needs to go too along with all the govt accomodation subsidies (i think kea just jizzed himself)

        Our healthcare will further decline, imo its a shit system as it is and shouldnt be “free”. Personally i think we need to move to a subsidized model kinda like how health insurance works where the patient still has to stump up a % of the costs… that will bring about responsibility for poor diet and lifestyle.

        In short anyone under 40 should be taking steps now to sort out their future finances and healthcare cuz i guarantee the state will be unable to do so by the time we’re old age.

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        • I’d hate to be youngster in New Zealand for the following reasons
          – Unaffordable housing
          – Student debt (especially of you have a useless degree)
          – International travel restrictions
          – Likelihood of only having KiwiSaver as your sole retirement income source (No National Super or a means-tested National Super)
          – Higher medical costs
          – High living / childcare costs
          – Too many “leisure / consumer” distractions (peer/ social media pressure to spend your money on some fashionable pastime because all the “influencers” are doing so)

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        • How do you do that? Passively or actively?
          Do you employ opinion-leaders to encourage the “old and useless” to kill themselves?
          How do you get the “old and useless” to listen to you?
          How do you scapegoat the “old and useless” into becoming a target for the Karens and other hard-working-but-stupid members of society?

          A couple of points to consider
          – Old people got old in part by having some survival skills
          – Useless people may have figured out how to game the system without slaving to it, so maybe they are smarter than you might think

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          • OS, couple that with my post and youll get an answer.

            Cut off the $$$ aka pension.
            Decimate healthcare, most ppl at some stage of their life esp old age rely on it to stay alive.

            Reduce or take away these 2 things and life becomes unsustainable for many.
            If pension or healthcare disappeared overnight how many would starve or death by illness by years end?

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            • The dangers of developing a more dangerous Covid for the unvaxxed.
              Omicron at this stage has been fortunately very kind, unlike Ardern’s version.
              Next evolution of Covid, may be more dangerous, to the unvaxxed.
              New supposedly better but leaky vaxxes to combat a more virulent Covid will be rolled out under “Emergency Use Approval”

              The unvaxxed Marek chicken succumbs within 10 days, where -ever Marek’s disease has been.
              A new leaky vaxx races into to catch up with the more dangerous evolving Marek disease.

              Then job is done as the unvaxxed perish too, while the vaxxed hopefully get the new improved vaxx for being so compliant. 🙁

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  5. Just heard Donna Marie Lever on News Talk ZB. She needs to be sent back to announcing school.

    Very irritating delivery when speaking. Sounds as if she is pushing her words out and not letting them flow normally.. I would describe it as shunting.

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  6. A Middle Eastern student who was studying at the university of Kiev was interviewed by a reporter who asked what he thought about the war going on around him.
    he replied that for the first time during his stay in the Ukraine, he no longer felt homesick …

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  7. The scribble party is right, no need to tax it so grow your own you lazy overweight slobs… https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/128109249/te-pti-mori-out-with-gst-on-food

    Less then 200years ago their ppl were a self sufficient and healthy race, now look at them theyre disproportionately overweight and reliant on the state. Cant blame colonization when its free to grow veges and no ones forcing fatty crap into their pieholes.
    A lack of personal responsibility, a culture of blaming others and the love of victimhood is the cause not 15% tax that goes back to them via the bene and tribal handouts.

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      • The prepper ethic is something to admire. Took me a couple of seasons, but finally had a good crop of carrots from a raised bed deep in south island suburbia. Plant em later (~Dec). Added a bit of sand to the soil. Nothing tastes better than your own grown food. And you need not enrich (brave) New World. Get some dirt under your nails and discover your inner adam.

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        • Good work beorn, we were struggling with carrots n parsnip too. Water the seed in then cover with a plank and it stops them drying out, should be able to germinate and grow em 9months of the year down here. We finally had 100% success with them this season.
          Carrots were the only vege we would have to occasionlly buy throughout summer, only other thing we buy is tomatoes in the winter.
          Im guessing central otago will be a bit harder to grow stuff in winter tho? Do you have hothouse theyre cracker through winter
          Our big hothouse will get planted out in winter veges over the next month and it grows right through winter. No hoar frosts tho, get a couple of snow dumps and a few -5 frosts but never weeks on end like you guys get.

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          • Greenhouse a choked green wonder, like the hot house of Paul Atreides Arrakis. I find cleaning the green mould off the greenhouse works wonders. The number of dead greenhouses in NZ backyards is a disgrace! The leaves of Arrowtown are about to attack us again. So many oak leaves. And the tourists photograph them.

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    • SB, the racist lady says,

      Quote
      “This is an opportunity for the Government to put their money where their mouth is”
      Unquote.

      What this dishonest women should have said is, “This is an opportunity for the Government to put the hardworking Taxpayers money, where the Maori Party wants it.”

      So what this dumb woman of no consequence wants is to stuff up a very easy, simple, well thought out Tax System. Where is her evidence that reducing GST on food is going to benefit anyone? She has no clues or intelligence.

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      • “Where is her evidence that reducing GST on food is going to benefit anyone?”

        There is none, same with the morons that claim reducing a pack tampons price by 60cents would eliminate period poverty.

        The most dangerous words she spurts “It’s time to shift that burden onto the people who can afford it”… if you cant afford to eat then why they hell do they breed more mouths to feed?

        And then define remove the tax from “all food”… does that include chocolate, potato chips, maccas, kfc and also high end restaurants? Or just supermarket produce?

        Im also confused as they hate whitey and colonization but now demand that access to the food it bought to nz shores is their right…. wtf how does that make sense?

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        • SB, I live in a rural area which is 50% populated by the Early Settler or people partly of that origin. If this racists woman claims it will shift the burden onto those who can afford it, then, these newly rich young Maori which I see around here, many, many of them in new Black Ford Rangers, then I guess her policies are aimed at those people.

          If not I guess she means Honkey can pay for the reduction in GST on food or does she just want not GST on food that the Early Settler consumes. As I said, poorly thought out policy, but aimed at lifting her and the racist Maori Party profile.

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    • Stuffed has done the same. I might be cynical but it seems to me that they are just setting the narrative for the dropping of passports and some mandates next week. Just softening the blow so Ken and Karen won’t get too upset.

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      • Maybe they have suddenly woken up and realised that those actually at the protest were only the “tip of the iceberg” and there are 100s of thousands in NZ who felt the same way and were supporting the brave people down at Parliament either in spirit or in practical ways or both.
        The media now realise they have a repair job that is just as big as the politicians and the police have.
        But I think the media are beyond redemption.

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        • Politicians exist by responding to the feelz of their voters. Police are quazi military by nature & follow orders. As such it is possible to understand their actions without forgiving them.

          Journalists are venal, lying scum without any cause or redeeming features.

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        • So are the parliamentarians beyond redemption Ross12, they have hounded us as unjabbed and many who have taken the jab have treated us appallingly I am disgusted at the arrogance of so many who believed (wrongly) they were the saviour of the universe due to the podium of truth broadcasts each day. In saying that they had no right to treat unjabbed in the way they have. I will never forgive the vitriol that came out of peoples mouths at the people who made a choice, did not believe the spin from both politicians and the press. Doctors are not accessible to the common people jabbed or not what the hell has this government with their side kicks in parliament, achieved apart from wreck the economy and divided people into two groups. FJA and the lot of them, each and everyone of them is an absolute bastard for what they said and their lack of standing up for free speech and decision making during the past couple of years.

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          • Shows you how the political system has evolved until parliamentarians can totally disregard the voice of their constituents to implementing only the will of the party.

            Did you see the article last night from the bdf?

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          • Hopefully we can get rid of a lot of the polis Liz

            ” I will never forgive the vitriol that came out of peoples mouths at the people who made a choice ..” I am in total agreement with this and I think there are many 100s of thousands of Kiwis, who feel the same way.
            Hopefully chickens will come home to roost for many in the media, Parliament and the police (who were at parliament on that Wednesday)

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      • Stuff’s Face of a Protest.
        Komata.
        Not really back pedaling, but a full on mocking article of mischief, “damming with faint praise”, and “back handed compliments”.

        Setting the scene to shut down the so called “organizers” Voices for Freedom, Counterspin Media, or Doctors Speaking Out of Convoy NZ 2022.

        While wearing the white coat of “reasonableness”// and science should not be challenged.

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        • There will be an uprising if “… shut down the so called “organizers” Voices for Freedom, Counterspin Media, or Doctors Speaking Out of Convoy NZ 2022. ..” happens S1.

          It make the Parliament protest look like kids play.

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        • Agreed Ross12

          However I note the media are consistently sewing the seeds of “anti authority” as being more much more than just being non-compliant.

          A version of soft pedaling, waiting until they feel the time is right, (or wrong), to opportunistically to surge on with more pressure, just as the Wellington Police did when their needling then went on into the “dawn raid”.

          In the meantime we await with interest, the Court Cases of the protesters.
          What evidence?, what videos? will be able to pop up? super market trolleys with bricks, depending on the time stamps?

          What cases will the Independent Police Conduct Authority handle? and those results?

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  8. Another mental health statistic?

    A body has been found near Kaikōura in the search for Wayne Taylor, 54, who was reported missing on February 22.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/19/body-found-near-kaikoura-in-search-for-missing-man/

    “The body of a man matching Mr Taylor’s description was located yesterday afternoon at the base of a cliff inland from where his car was located at a lookout just north of Kaikoura,” police say.

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    • Easy, theyre not winning.
      Russia is undertaking it in a slower but methodical way, they dont want to wipe out all ukranians and their cities just disarm and denazify.

      The west keeps comparing it to the way USA invade, going in gung ho and litereally flattening and killing everything in their way.

      By russia for russia

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  9. The so called principles go out the window when things change.
    USA has blockaded Venuzula for a longtime. Devestating their economy and propping up their nasty regime.
    BUT
    Whe push comes to shove and it suits you not to buy oil from Russia, the things you have to do!

    Over the years, Venezuelan calls for sanctions relief have gone unheard by past and present White House tenants. However, a recent turn of events has opened the possibility for a sanctions policy review, following the suspension of crude imports from Russia.

    Earlier this month, a US high-level delegation met with President Maduro in Caracas to explore a negotiation process in order to resume oil shipments to US markets. Soon after, Caracas announced its return to the dialogue table with the US-backed opposition and released two imprisoned US citizens in the wake of the encounter.

    https://venezuelanalysis.com/news/15479?fbclid=IwAR1_Bb3YCzR_MiGoWFC–SqDm1KMz1tUksd0Fl2mo3LZpZkJIy4V87bH3oA

    As usual the democrats lie etc.
    With midterm elections ahead in November, Biden administration officials have begun backtracking on the depth of the negotiations with the South American country. On Monday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that resuming imports of Venezuelan oil was “not an active conversation at this time.”

    Of course if the pipeline had been completed and the wall built then the USA would not have needed to buy any oil.

    Politics really is that stupid.
    some interesting links at the bottom of the article.

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  10. A beautiful young woman, on an international flight, asked the priest beside her, “Father, may I ask a favour?”
    “Of course you may. What can I do for you?”
    “Well, I bought this expensive electronic hair dryer that is well over the Customs limits and I’m afraid that they’ll confiscate it from me. Is there anyway that you could carry it through Customs for me? Under your robes perhaps?”
    “I would love to help you, dear, but I must warn you: I will not lie.”
    “With your honest face, Father, no one will question you.”
    When they got to Customs, the young lady let the priest go ahead of her. The Customs Officer asked, “Father, do you have anything to declare?”
    “From the top of my head down to my waist, I have nothing to declare.”
    The Officer thought this answer strange, so he asked, “And what do you have to declare from your waist to the floor?”
    “I have a marvelous little instrument designed to be used on a woman, but which is, to date, unused.”
    Roaring with laughter, the Officer said, “God bless you, Father, go ahead.”

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  11. A farmer was out working in his fields when he had to pee really bad. He was quite a ways from the house so he just climbed off his tractor and peed in the clover.
    As luck would have it, a bee decided it was lunch time and zapped him right on the end of his dingus. It really hurt terribly when he remembered that buttermilk was known to relieve bee stings. He dashed to the house, opened the fridge, poured a glass of buttermilk and started to soak his dingus.
    What a relief!
    Then he heard a gasp and saw that his 20-year-old daughter was in the doorway, looking wide-eyed at what he was doing! He turned to her and said, “Now don’t tell me you’ve never seen one of these!”
    She replied, “You’re right, Daddy, I have. It’s just that I’ve never seen one being reloaded!!”

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  12. Why would Simon Bridges chuck it and require a by election?
    Is it payback to national?
    He could have anouced he was out at the next election.
    Maybe he’s had a job offer, that he couldn’t turn down, certainly not Mayor. Cindy stuffed that!
    It’s going to be interesting to see all the bribes thrown in the ring!

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    • One ringy-dingy, and ——— The telephone rings, and the wife answers.
      A pervert with a deep voice and heavy breathing, says, “I BET YOU HAVE A TIGHT ASS, WITH NO HAIR”.
      Mrs nasska replies, “Yes, he’s watching TV right now, who shall I say is calling” ?

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    • Oi, I was just about to put up a much more honest charitable account, that also guarantees happiness in the afterlife. I am upset that you have have posted this before I could get mine in. I have put a black cross next to your name of those allowed in without having to follow the rules. Don’t go out side if there is lightening….

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  14. Looks like nz is slowly running out of dedicated moron sheep who panic, test and report.

    Of the 100 or so i know that have had a dose of the deadly sniffles only 6 reported it. Will be the same across the country esp once most worked out the stupidity of a week+ isolation for a headache or runny nose, farked if i know why most still bothered testing tho?

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  15. Imagine if cindy didn’t remove the mandates, the scan, sign in, etc and the tourist didn’t come?
    What would happen if the tourist said fuck it! It’s too hard and not worth it! Not going!
    The tourist and hospitality industry might as well shut the doors!

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  16. Our brains are neither digital, nor analogue, but something in between.
    https://www.gbnews.uk/gb-views/neil-oliver-even-after-all-this-time-no-one-seems-to-like-the-online-safety-bill-very-much/251873
    9 mins 13 secs : 19 March 2022 : Neil Oliver

    With a full transcript there also.
    … technocrats “moved fast and they broke stuff”. ….
    ….. played right into the hands of the big corporations with a mind to getting a whole lot bigger. ….
    …. ideologically driven elite that created it to win and take all. …..
    …. online world is, more and more, about uniformity and conformity ….
    ….. progressives who have so efficiently exploited the technological revolution to create a world shaped in their own image and designed to benefit them and them only. …..

    Neil Oliver refers to Alana Newhouse’ article of “Everything is Broken”
    Scroll past the intro of birth, to get to the point of the real nitty gritty.
    https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/everything-is-broken

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  17. I see a few kiwis are heading to ukraine to “fight”…
    Why did they stop the muslim folk returning to their homelands to fight for their causes? Hell they even stopped brides going over.
    Does that mean kiwis can also go to russia and join in the invasian of ukraine?

    Youd think there would be the same rules across the board and not different rules for joining different sides.

    I think as a country we need to rally behind our mps and encourage them to get on a plane and personally go stand up to putins forces, we shall arm them with the bent twisted wrecks jacinda made from the great gun confiscation of 2019 🙂

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  18. The Foreign Policy Ramifications of Hunter’s Emails
    JJeff Carlson
    Hans Mahncke
    March 18, 2022 Updated: March 19, 2022

    On April 12, 2019, Hunter Biden took his damaged laptop to a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware. It was the beginning of a series of fateful events that would culminate in the New York Times finally admitting on March 17, 2022, that Biden’s laptop and its contents were real.

    Previous reporting by the New York Post detailed emails that were found on Hunter Biden’s laptop that showed that then-presidential candidate Joe Biden, his brother James, and son Hunter Biden were all deeply entangled in various overseas business ventures, including Qatar, Ukraine, Russia, and China.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/the-foreign-policy-ramifications-from-hunters-emails_4347646.html?utm_source=opinionnoe&utm_campaign=opinion-2022-03-19&utm_medium=email&est=PFNvQztt6LFW0EwvTf%2FxeNbNs00jysYz3g4h2Ot47jJ2LuIsJXfMeISwvUkcCLw%3D

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    • More softening up of the Ken’s and Karen’s. For me it is going to take some doing for me to forgive and forget the way I have been treated by some people. In particular family members who should have known better and forget everything that has been done for them over the years.

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      • Curious, you can slowly forgive but NEVER forget!
        Those bastards have done it once theyll have no problem shitting on us again when it suits them and their fears.

        Ive certainly lost faith and trust of many kiwis if a SHTF scenario happens, in saying that in past months ive met some bloody good bastards id happily help that i never wouldve prior.
        Dont judge a book by its cover i guess

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      • Its interesting isn’t it?
        DIL was down at the protest and back later for the Teachers case. Lost her job after 20 years of all her energy teaching kids.
        Went to watch the court proceedings (which haven’t come out yet), and was very interested in it all.
        Between times went to the camp and id things to help out like in the cooks tent etc.
        Was absolutely deleighted with the people she met, and talked too. So many nice people.
        On the last day after the court she returned to the camp site as the police were beginning their push.
        Was fronted by a great big burly p[olicman about twice her size and weight. “why are you here? Who are your leaders. Sorry can’t help you with that. don’t know. ” a bit more conversation and she pointed out to him that these people had raised and spent $90k going to court to defend the rights of his mates in the force to remain in their jobs. He turned around an walked away.

        It amuses me that these same guys could have been out on any job with one of those terminated coppers and they would have relied implicitly on their back up and minding their backs.

        Why would any of them return when your mates have shit on you?
        One of the comments she made is that most people are not going back to thieroriginal jobs and have moved on to something else.

        Meanwhile the nurses, doc, st john, police and many other employers are now very short of capable staff.
        Those remaining will either crack under pressure or demand much more money.

        wouldn’t you?

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    • Braybots@1629

      Don’t forget that this is the same Virginia Fallon who only a couple of months ago was calling for the complete and total reduction of ALL rights for the unvaccinated scum who dared to not conform to her pro-vax demands!!

      (I posted a comment about it but can’t remember when and can’t go back to check).

      Methinks the ‘lady’ (AND her employer) is trying to have a bob each way, and have to ask why this might be…

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    • You have to feel for them Kea. The Wagyu beef & Foie Gras at the soup kitchen are poorly prepared & their maître d’ doesn’t recognise a landlords true position in society but our rentier class are a resilient bunch of cunts. 🙂

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      • I doubt the word resilient is the go, more like continue to behave in the same traditional manor onluy worse. Never paying their remt, wrecking the house, pissing off the neighbours having multiple boyfriends (you missed out naaska). and just as many feral kids.
        You should try living in a place like that. You,could make a difference

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        • You could try having eight grandchildren, six of whom currently want to buy a house & start a family. But they can’t.

          Mostly because a pack of miserable, selfish old cunts bid up property values in order to turn entry level properties which could have homed my great-grandkids into rentals.

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  19. Why do the cops need to talk to the shop owner? Free speech isnt dead yet as much as cindy and fatfoi would like it to be.

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/128110495/poster-of-jacinda-ardern-with-adolf-hitler-reappear-in-christchurch-shop-window

    “Violence or threatening behaviour is not acceptable and we ask anyone who feels unsafe to report this to police on 111.”

    Sooo theyre begging someone to call the police as no ones made a complaint yet and they cant act on it if no ones upset. I doubt its violent or even threatening, poolice should be reminded of the violent and threatening behaviour they engaged in a few weeks back.

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    • BFD have come a long way. That’s article get’s ADL 10/10 “anti-semitic” bananas. Irving Kristol fits that description too. Trotskyite transformed overnight to rightwing grifting neo-con. And his son, Bill Kristol. America lost 20 years fighting in the desert for those psycho’s.

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  20. Rand Paul Blasts Republicans Who Voted to Impeach Trump But Against Firing Fauci
    by Matt PalumboPosted: March 17, 2022
    Fight tech tyranny. Join Dan on Parler @dbongino.

    Senator Rand Paul’s amendment to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci surprisingly found resistance from his fellow Republicans, with six of them voting against it.

    https://bongino.com/rand-paul-blasts-republicans-who-voted-to-impeach-trump-but-against-firing-fauci/?fbclid=IwAR05KV0OnQmXrSFefYVvZptsDVjXv_kO0u-HzHAr_gNIzyudcEaInQNQpXo

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  21. Kelly by the sea
    @Kellybythesea1
    1h
    What the hell happened at the Manukau shopping mall carpark? I go there quite often, 5/6 people run over?

    Must be cops having driving lessons

    And.
    Off-duty police staff in Christchurch have been involved in what police are only describing as “an incident.” Read more here https://bit.ly/3InwRI7

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  22. Prebble calls it
    “Labour is heading for a landslide defeat. The seeds of its coming defeat were sown in its record victory.

    Jacinda made it the “Covid Election”. We were promised we were at the front of the vaccine queue. MIQ was going to keep us safe.

    Some 400,000 mainly female National voters crossed over to vote Labour.

    Not one crossed over for the party’s manifesto. It was for Labour’s handling of covid.

    Support has held up. In the Ipsos Issues Monitor in February 75 per cent of respondents thought the restrictions were about right, or could have been tighter. 47 per cent wanted the border kept closed.

    In just one month 75 per cent of the electorate in the Kantar poll say it is time for tourists to return. This is an extraordinary turn around.

    Why the change? Voters learn from experience. Even those who have not caught Omicron know people who have caught it. We are all close contacts.

    Last weekend a fellow diner at the restaurant advised us the next day she had tested positive. I looked up the Ministry of Health website to see what I should do. The answer was nothing, keep checking for symptoms.

    The Ministry of Health’s website’s advice a month ago was: “Register yourself as a Close Contact…Get tested immediately, and at 5 days and 12 days after the last contact with infectious person. Self-isolate at home for at least 14 days after last exposure and until you are released by Regional Public Health”.

    The advice has gone from compulsory PCR tests and two weeks home detention to; you do not need to do anything.

    I have no medical expertise but both pieces of advice cannot be correct.

    My experience has been repeated by thousands of people every day. .

    If I did catch covid today I am told I must isolate for 7 days. A week ago it was 10 days.

    As a household close contact the advice was that I have to isolate for 10 days. As members of my household developed the virus my 10 day isolation would have to restart. In my multi- generational household that could have meant a month in home detention. Now the advice is to isolate for one 7 day period.

    Tens of thousands of people who have isolated for weeks are now learning it was not necessary.

    If you are a “vital worker” with no symptoms you no longer need to isolate at all.

    Just a few weeks ago the government was telling us that RAT tests are so dangerous that they were made illegal.

    A month ago we were being told only PCR tests are reliable and the government has plenty of capacity to handle Omicron.

    The Prime Minister says she accepts no responsibility for the collapse of the PCR testing.

    The PM was told 18 months ago in the Simpson/Roche Report to implement RAT testing as soon as possible.

    Even staunch Labour supporters know there is no democratic accountability if ministers refuse to take responsibility for their own decisions.

    The constant changing in the covid rules has shaken the faith of the team of five million.

    Nurses with Covid are being recalled to work while healthy unvaccinated nurses have been fired. The vaccinated can catch and spread Omicron.

    The mandates make no sense.

    Labour’s Covid response was always more based on polling than science.

    Last week the official advice was tourists would not return until July. After the Kantar poll result suddenly tourists can return 12 April.

    There is still MIQ for foreigners. Aucklanders are far more likely to have covid than any traveler.

    Why would tourists want to come to what is now the world’s covid hotspot? There are visitors with skills we need who do want to come and still cannot. Our hospitals are more at risk of collapse from the shortage of specialists than from Omicron.

    .

    We are still required to show Covid passes and to scan in. I have yet to receive a notification that my fellow diner has tested positive for covid.

    The collapse in scanning numbers is a real time poll of the public’s falling support for the government’s covid response.

    No doubt scanning mandates will shortly go.

    Labour and its “influencers” are busy changing the narrative. (As an aside, is it not interesting that not one “influencer” admits to being themselves influenced by their privileged early briefings). Now we are told the government response was always to reduce the number of covid deaths. .

    The 400,000 usually National voters voted for Jacinda because they believed she was going to keep us safe from Covid.

    Not one voter who crossed over to vote Labour thought within 18 months New Zealand would be the world’s covid hotspot. Those voters will not vote Labour again.

    It is going to be a landslide defeat.”

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    • I think that is simplistic from Prebble.

      It may be true that all these female National voters crossed to Labour (not so sure about that) along with all the South Islanders that unexpectedly voted Labour but it is interesting to note that in many of the comments I have read in response to Government actions recently , there are also people that were Labour supporters that are not going to support Labour at this stage.
      What a conundrum.
      If they all vote for other parties next election Labour will be trounced.
      I just hope we don’t end up with National being able to rule alone.
      Nude nut will carry on the agenda .

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    • ‘Mad-Dog’ Prebble. Ex-Labour party hatchet man,
      who along with his wanker mates Douglas, Goff, Caygill,
      Dunne, et.al. sold out NZ to the international robber barons.
      Far as I’m concerned, he’s an arsehole and a traitor. Very easy
      to reflect and postulate on politics, when you are still happily on
      the taxpayers dollar paying your retirement. He can fuck right off.

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  23. Covid 19 coronavirus: Concern over taxpayer-funded anti-vaccination artwork

    An artwork promoting anti-vaccination messages – described by one health expert as “propaganda … crafted to mislead” – is part of a taxpayer-funded exhibition now open to the public.

    Piha artist Tracey Tawhiao was given $74,850 to create the work for the Wahine Māori: The Art of Resistance exhibition, which opened at NorthArt gallery in Auckland’s Northcote on Sunday.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-concern-over-taxpayer-funded-anti-vaccination-artwork/ALAODILA5FF5VI4WSRMQK7LSEU/

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    • Nice title, “Missed Information”

      Helen Petousis-Harris having some ruffled feathers, all them dancing on the head of pin about language & propaganda. 🙂

      Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni knotted on “Maori Wahine” : The Art of Resistance exhibition” 🙂

      Still a waste of money for do gooding luvvies

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      • I sort of agree SA. 🙂
        Maybe another area to focus on, and have fun in supporting and amplifying it in various ways, to tease out the issues to perhaps gain a “Streisand effect”.
        Letters to the Editor?
        Raise it on Talk back radio?
        Be prepared to rush & support it, if it is going to be pulled with more placards, flags etc..
        So many angles in defending it; and also to lead onto Pfizer vaxx mandates, WHO pandemic treaty, vaxx health passports, etc..

        …. free exhibition, which requires a vaccination pass for entry ….
        Another challenge, for the ones who pay taxes and can not go to it. 🙂

        I think a good way to ruffle a lot more feathers as the exhibition runs until May 15.. 🙂

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  24. “In a statement, Stanford medical professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya said that COVID-19 antibodies were found in preserved blood specimens from September and November 2019 examined in France and Italy (https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0300891620974755), disproving original media reports (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/02/26/science/covid-virus-wuhan-origins.html) that the virus had originated in a Wuhan wet market.”

    ‼️We knew the wet market story was bs, but the fact that Covid-19 was present in blood samples in Europe ahead of the pandemic is extremely revealing, perhaps it did not start in China after all! Perhaps, Ukraine’s biolabs had something to do with this! 😱🤔🤨🧐

    https://t.me/c/1151856711/132085

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  25. You are a cop. You went to wellington for the punch up
    And now you moan.
    Home News National
    Covid 19 Omicron: Parliament protest – Oamaru police officer back from Wellington after MIQ with virus

    ‘Pretty gutting’: Cop on anti-mandate ‘fringe element’, toll on health and family
    Sergeant Tony Woodbridge is happy to be home.

    Last month, the Oamaru police officer put his hand up to go to Wellington to join his colleagues at the cordon around the anti-mandate protest on Parliament’s lawn.

    With previous experience in team policing and policing protests, Woodbridge was drafted into one of the Canterbury units and on March 2 was on the front line, with a riot shield and helmet, when police moved to shut down the 23-day protest.

    Two days later, Woodbridge tested positive for Covid-19.

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/covid-19-omicron-parliament-protest-oamaru-police-officer-back-from-wellington-after-miq-with-virus/?fbclid=IwAR1bz5HxelCf5J95kuBqb6dwta2TeuI2y_h6h1H9SgYYcqO2I-V-JnkT1G4

    Wondered if he stopped to think how others felt about his efforts and ever wondered why he behaved like he did.
    Wonder if he ever thinks freedom is worth having?

    Just another bully.

    Dick head.

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    • He was “pretty crook” for a couple of days,

      Serves him right for being jabbed up the wazoo.
      No one was sick there until the cops turned up.
      They were the superspreaders.
      Cops who were peeping out the windows of the Beehive with Nude Nut, and media who didn’t move off Speakers Balcony all managed to infect each other with the WuFlu.
      No sympathy. Sergeant Whinger got well paid for his thuggery on Bash Wednesday.

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    • Oamaru cops are hard core traffic nazis. Do a straw pol of people who drive through this Masonic hell hole. Oamaru probably could have sent an entire battalion of willing cop thugs to baton the innocent. They suck.

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