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  1. So funny , it seems the POS Putins war in Ukraine is going as well as his navies missile defense systems
    The missile that took out his supply ship a couple of days ago was probably over 40 years old and possibly a danger for the crew that deployed it because of its age, to be fair his supply ship was probably even older.
    Its always been this way with the Russian leaders ,its more important to project brilliance ( hypersonic missiles) than actually possess it, his 50 year old navy taken out by an equally aged missile.
    He’s also bought out artillery pieces that are capable of firing 120kg projectiles over 40 kms including tactical nuclear and biological payloads that are also approaching 50 years of age ,maybe his armed forces would be more up to date if the little C–T hadn’t spent billions on his palaces and super yachts ,how anyone could still be supporting the filthy murdering thug is entirely beyond Me.

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    • Well of course if you engaged in thinking you would perhaps understand that mi,itary hardware doesn’t feed your population and that there is better thing to do with your coin that fight wars.
      A lesson that the Americans have never learned nor imposed upon there congress until Trump came along.
      Russin people are like you and me. They don’t want to fight the world but the opposite is certainly true with the Ukrainian and Austrian nazi’s at the front of the queue.
      Even Muslims mostly don’t want wars and as an example just look at what the Trump family achieved in the Middle east after all those years of American interference.
      soonerTrump is back the the Americans rid themselves of the Cheney’s and other war mongers the better for the world.

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    • If hes losing and fuct then why is ukraine panicing and begging for the rest of the world to help and join in?

      The russians are still advancing so they havent been stopped, nazis are still being liquidated, ukraine is still getting demilitarized…
      Propaganda helps brainwash morons but it dosent win conflicts. Ukraine has the entire world assisting with propaganda and weapons but still getting an arsewhipping and losing greatly.

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        • Rev if this was 1937 and say the Austrians were invading NAZI Germany, Hitler would be crying in his soup, and no doubt the world would be sympathetic and blast Austria in the media.

          Having hindsight is easy, and it is common as the Covid vaccine. You can find it everywhere.

          Foresight however is a rarity. Putin has called the leaders of the Ukraine drug addicted neo-nazis who are selling out the Ukraine and the Ukraine people and Ukraine assets to the the power elite, a description that could easily apply to NZ and Canada.

          We don’t have power elite funded bio-weapon labs as the Ukraine does but we have bio-weapons Cindy. Why make your own bio-weapons when you can buy them off Pfizer in exchange for a mortgage over key country assets and resources, and roll them out to the public who have been so brainwashed that they gladly line up for them.

          The power elite funded Ukraine leaders failed to turn up to scheduled negotiation appointments and starting firing on Russia. Russia retaliated. End of story. Putin may not be the nicest man in the world, but at least he has substance. And he does not like the Schwabs of the world.

          Are you a closet WEF sympathiser?

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    • Looks like thta ship was not hit by a missile. Looks more like an accidental gas fire which spread. Start looking at Russian sites for an alternative point of view. The truth is somewhere in the middle….

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  2. Amt Brooke’s new article is well worth reading and sharing:

    Jacinda Ardern – on the way out, but crowing?
    Few doubt that the prime minister who has done more damage to New Zealand than would have been thought possible is on the way out. However, the gradual ratcheting up of anti-conservative, anti-democratic policies by a hard-left government – underpinned by neo-Marxist control – typically fails to be reversed by an incoming opposition.

    https://100daystodemocracy.wordpress.com/2022/03/25/we-need-you-all-now-before-its-too-late-and-how-you-can-really-count/

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  3. Amy is right but right now we have this stupid mmp system which means next election we need a strong Conservative party to work in coalition with probably national , to make them reverse the changes .
    Nudenut will carry on with the agenda if not challenged all the way by a party with someone like Matt king or similar.

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    • The whole nudenut thing is a setup by media to continue the agenda, if he becomes pm then he’ll enjoy a descent honeymoon period where they can do as they please and not get slammedby media.
      Just remember this is a guy who the media pressured the nats to run as an mp then pressured the party untill he was leader, a party that the media was ripping to shreds several times per day and now hes been installed they just get soft frenemy style attacks.
      Theres a reason our scum media selected, installed and will now push luxon to pm status, it sure as hell isnt because hes good for us/the country.
      Hepuapua etc he will 100% push through with his wokeness, if an utterances of scrapping it are said its just pure bullshit he will do as the media and puppet masters tell him to do.

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  4. I see greenpeace has pinned the flooding uo north squarely on intesive dairy farming… that wouldnt be dissinformation would it? Nah msm are reporting it so its the scientific truth//

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    • So in the time of Noah when the entire earth was flooded, was that climate change as well? Oh I forget, yes it was. In the future when climate change is so bad and flooding is so intense, we will invent a time traveling Stargate and send all the water back to the past. Problem solved. ////

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      • A good way of ending an argument with a proponent of man made climate change is to talk about ice ages and ask them when the last one ended.
        A great way to get them to stare blankly at you is to ask them which is the worst greenhouse gas and why.

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        • Also ask them to explain to you exactly how a CO2 molecule “traps” heat, and at what point the atmosphere is saturated with respect to CO2’s ability to “trap” heat.

          Have a read here for answers to those questions

          http://clivebest.com/blog/?p=1169

          https://principia-scientific.org/climate-fraud-exposed-co2-doesnt-rise-trap-retain-heat/

          faculty.wlc.edu/kuehn/PHY348_files/CO2CS2Lab.pdf

          chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/viewer.html?pdfurl=http%3A%2F%2Ffaculty.wlc.edu%2Fkuehn%2FPHY348_files%2FCO2CS2Lab.pdf&clen=84660&chunk=true

          There are many others but these 3 will give you some good ammunition.

          Virtually no one is aware of the vibration of the bonds. Have fun.

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          • On a more basic non techie level that anyone can understand:

            CO2 is a heat conductor – It can conduct heat both in and out of the atmosphere. We are lucky it only comprises a very small amount of the atmosphere.

            Nitrogen is a heat insulator – It stops heat movement and is more stable with temperature than either CO2 andO2. It helps keep heat in the atmosphere. It will deflect 2000 times more heat than CO2. Without it you would be be fried with minor variations in solar activity.

            Water vapour is both a heat conductor and absorber – a literal heat sink. It holds million of times more heat than CO2 ever will, and conducts heat astonishingly fast.

            And its all high school science.

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      • They maybe mapping. Your council maps all their jurisdiction at least once a year compare with old photo. Looking for unpermited buildings, resource consents, etc and anything to send a clipboard out to fine you and increase revenue!

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  5. Good Morning my YSB friends
    I hope you all have a fantastic weekend!

    I heard a bloody interesting story (from a Political source) that Queen Jacinda was determined to slam us into an even harder lockdown again for a few months (the Omicron sniffle) but her advisors and bosses in the Labour Party told her the peasants have had enough.
    Apparently she was none too impressed and shrieking like a mad woman/threatening to resign
    She is bonkers.
    The wheels are falling off….

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  6. Capricorn@0830

    Dl apoears to be a full-on ‘Sufferer’ of Narcissitic Personality Disorder (aka the ‘Look at me’ syndrome) and as such will never, ever, surrender anything that puts her in a bad light.

    This would explain the reported ‘Tantrums’ and massive over-reactions for which she is apoarently now notorious, and the need to be constantly in the limelight.

    On that basis, and because it also puts her in a position of power and control, it is unlikely that she will ever go willingly, but instead may have to be -‘Assisted’ on her way.

    Her departure may not be pleasant…

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    • I met her several years before she became Prime Minister.
      She was rude, egotistical and thoroughly unpleasant to deal with then.
      One can only imagine the monster that has been created now…

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      • Apparently nowadays people meeting her for the first time either:
        [1] Sing her praises after being sucked into her Borg vortex of delusion OR
        [2] Find the nearest bathroom toilet or hand basin to throw up in.

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  7. I had the displeasure of sitting next to Hellllllllun Clark once, she ate like a pig, I wanted to say t her people are watching you please don’t shovel food into your mouth, she also had the hairiest legs I have ever seen on a woman too. Ghastly woman/man or what ever she/he is.

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  8. Watching News Hub Nation…. Angry Andrew being interviewed by a presenter about mental health. Only took several minutes for Little to blame National for all the problems.

    FFS…. How long is this crap going to last. Get over it.

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  9. You heard it here first trendsetters…
    Newsgrub
    “The Warehouse Group says it would be “very happy” to fully compete with the big two grocery chains that dominate the New Zealand market, providing measures are put in place to ensure a level playing field.”

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    • Mike@0944

      To an extent, the Warehouse is doing this now, especially in the larger centres, and has been doing so for at least 10 years. It’s a great idea BUT personal observation (And a very-close comparison between certain ‘common’ items to see if in fact their claims to be cheaper were actually legitimate; they aren’t) indicates that their prices tend to be more in line with those charged by dairies than those charged by the Big Three (Countdown, New World, Fresh Choice). On that basis, unless they drop their prices significantly, they won’t be getting any extra custom.

      Ultimately, of course, it’s always ALL about money and the earning of same by whatever means one can, and in respect of the Warehouse, PT Barnum’s observation about ‘Suckers’ does come to mind.

      Thank you.

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    • That’s days old news, hunty. :Posted it way back while you were jetting about in the flood waters.
      Of course you could look up the two main shareholders. Countdown and Foodstuffs and see what they have to say.
      All this to cover the crappy “investigation” into the grocery industry. the warehouse has been there and done that and failed at that.

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      • Oh, excuse me all over the place.🙄
        Yes, The Warehouse dabbled in grocery lines for a time, not sure if they still do or not.
        But, the signal has been given that they may be let into the fold..proper like which could incline them more to doing it better this time around. They have strategically located stores so its just a matter of setting up food lines but on a far grander scale than previous. Their bulk buying power will garner them generous discounts which they will pass onto their shoppers. I see it as a win win for them as well as the customer. Customer swings by does the weekly shop and at the same time picks up some bed linen, maybe a new jug and a set of glass tumblars. WHS its a buy ( but dont pay more than 3.30 ). I see that the CFO of The Warehouse has just recently doubled his shareholding..always a good sign. See below @ Fridays close which was $3.30
        Day’s High $3.34
        Day’s Low $3.22
        52-wk High $4.25
        52-wk Low $2.86
        BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 01 August 2021, Warehouse Group Ltd revenues increased 8% to NZ$3.41B. Net income before extraordinary items increased from NZ$44.4M to NZ$117.7M. Revenues reflect Noel Leeming segment increase of 12% to NZ$1.13B, The Warehouse segment increase of 6% to NZ$1.8B, Comparable Store Sales Growth -%, Torped increase from 10.4 to 22.2%, Retail Sales – Noel Leeming increase of 12% to NZ$1.13B.

        Consensus:
        OUTPERFORM

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    • Taken from a blog elsewhere comment that seems to put more background, that is connecting some of the money flow.
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      Russia makes Hunter Biden biolab claim
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      https://www.rt.com/russia/552638-ukraine-biolabs-us-funding/
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      “The available materials make it possible to trace the scheme of interaction between US government agencies and Ukrainian biological objects,” Kirillov said, presenting an elaborate scheme purporting to show the flow of funding.
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      Pay attention to the involvement in he financing of such activities by structures close to the current US leadership, in particular the investment fund Rosemont Seneca, which is headed by Hunter Biden.
      The Fund has significant financial resources of at least $2.4 billion.
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      It was not immediately clear which company Kirillov was specifically referring to because Rosemont Seneca is a decentralized investment fund, comprised of several entities sharing similar names.
      President Joe Biden’s youngest son Hunter headed the now-defunct DC-based Rosemont Seneca Partners LLC, but his legal team has denied his involvement with other branches of the fund, namely the Delaware-based Rosemont Seneca Thornton LLC.
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      The Rosemont Seneca fund is closely affiliated with top Pentagon contractors, Kirillov explained, explicitly naming Metabiota, as well as the Black and Veach companies he described as “the main supplier of equipment for Pentagon biolaboratories around the world.”
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      The latter concern has been named as a contractor in a 2015 deal [Obama Biden time] between the US government and Ukraine, publicized by the Russian military during the briefing.
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      According to the document, a nearly $32-million program was aimed at “organizing work of the laboratories, built and modernized with the help of the donor [the US government],” as well as “monitoring infectious diseases” and conducting work to “react rapidly” to outbreaks. The program also listed the “safe collection, processing, temporary storage and transportation of clinical samples” as its goals.
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      The Ukrainian biolaboratories network has been funded by other US agencies as well, Kirillov said, describing the scale of the biolabs program as an “impressive” one.
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      “Apart from the military, the US Agency for International Development, the George Soros Foundation, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are directly involved in its implementation.
      Scientific supervision is carried out by leading research organizations, including the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which develops nuclear weapons,” the official said.”
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      I doubt the hunter biden flake has any active role, he’s a party boy.
      Most likely he gets a cut from them using his name, like a sports star promoting a tennis shoe brand.
      Political corruption in israel’s american colony works that way.

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      Sometimes the rt links work or it is “403 error”.
      Tested & it works for now.

      The war on truth is as mixed up as wet market bat, to a transgenic 3 squeak meal, with Fauci’s kitchen lab adjustments, through to well paid non-prosecutional Burisma executives with CCP connections, that floating pissed on lap tops need urgent repairs. 🙁
      Are the Russians connecting the right dots in order?? to paint a picture.

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      • War crazy Victoria Nuland already admitted the US funds bio labs in Ukraine. Under oath. Question is what will the war mongers do next. Will she drag proxy NATO into a hot war, under pretence, as her kin are wont to do. “Never bet against a Sicilian when death is on the line”

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    • Sure she voted, and believes it is now a mistake who she voted for.
      Then the alternative.
      Labour Party UK Jeremy Corbyn with 100’s of pages of promises for health, education, pensions, houses, green economy & jobs etc., etc..

      Does she really care? just expect a the right gifts, presents.?
      Does she not realize she will have to work for the policies, and push for these things.
      The public, Joe Citizen have to work to deserve respect, or all the politicians plus techno-bureaucrats in a “virtual world” will continue walking over them.

      It is not just a matter of “learning” the politicians, but to also wise up people around us, to weigh up just what is reason, logic, to bring responsibility, accountability.
      To see where too much emotion, feelz inane wish lists leads to.
      Other wise people just keeping voting, with no real power.

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  10. Dr Vernon Coleman is a bit fired up. Apologies if this has already been posted.

    https://thebuzz.nz/time-to-prepare-for-the-biggest-recession-since-the-1930s/

    ” If you were born after 1930 then you are about to experience your first world class recession.

    The difference between the one that is coming and all the ones that preceded it is that this one isn’t happening by accident.
    The recession you are about to endure is no mistake; it was conceived, planned and orchestrated by the billionaire conspirators, it will last for years and it will usher in the Great Reset and the New World Order. “

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  11. “Economist at REA Group Anne Flaherty says the potential rise of interest rates will drive a push to buy housing sooner rather later.”
    “I think that there is growing sentiment that the RBA is going to make a move on interest rates, sometime in the next 12 months,” she told Sky News Australia.
    “A lot of people are looking to get into the market sooner rather than later, because they are anticipating that interest rates are going to rise.”

    🐦”flutter flutter screeech arrkk arrkkk”🐦💩

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      • I imagine people who are looking at buying will still purchase now even if house prices seem high.
        Those with a long term view will always come out on the right side. Historically, interests rates are still low compared to previous years. I would suggest anyone looking at getting a mortgage should consider the best 5 year fixed rate they can find and lock it in. Some banks are also offering cash back offers of up to 5K for new loans. 5K buys a shit ton of bird seed. 🐦

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      • Curious, its easier to get a loan at 4% and banks stress test to 10% then it is to get a loan at 10% stress tested to 15%.
        Still retarded thinking tho, plus what muppet buys in at the peak of a bubble that could burst anytime?

        Id still rather have a mortage then be at the mercy of renting, as interest increases so do rents then as borders reopen an visitors start to return theres all the motel folk going to get pushed into private sector rentals adding more pressure.

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  12. Two young boys walked into a pharmacy one day, picked out a box of tampons and proceeded to the checkout counter.

    The pharmacist at the counter asked the older boy, ‘Son, how old are you?’

    ‘Eight’, the boy replied.

    The man continued, ‘Do you know what these are used for?’

    The boy replied, ‘Not exactly, but they aren’t for me. They’re for him. He’s my brother. He’s four.”

    “Oh, really?” the pharmacist replied with a grin.

    “Yes.” the boy said. “We saw on TV that if you use these, you would be able to swim, play tennis and ride a bike. Right now, he can’t do none of those.”

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  13. Glenn Beck Interviews Donald Trump – Full interview 3/25/22
    https://rumble.com/vyiw26-glenn-beck-interviews-donald-trump-full-interview-32522.html
    18 mins 39 secs : Published March 25, 2022 : Deplorable Social

    I do know if it is rumble website, or my location, or computer, but buffering does stuff it around for me.

    Mainly about the filing of the RICO Court Claims. Injurious falsehood, malicious prosecution, to conspire, computer fraud, etc.. everything they done.
    Starts on the Obama spying on his campaign, catching them out, and building up even more information.
    Not just during the 2016 & 2020 campaign, but during Trump’s time in office.
    More names will be added to it as it goes along, and even more information has come out since filing.

    The Judge appointed to this case, appointed by Bill Clinton, shows an unfortunate ‘total conflict of interest’.
    H. Clinton Sec, State’s lap top e-mails and that same Judge that threw that case out.

    Looking at how to change things around the Judge, ask for recusal?, shift location?, ready to appeal?, to stop the case being thrown out.

    After all the investigations into Trump, and no resultant cases, shows Trump is very clean, 🙂

    The Ukraine and Putin issue, with the 6 & 7’s of Biden administration.
    The fun that Kim Jung Un is having.
    The effect of sanctions and the effect on the $US.
    Can Putin lose face, and then what will be the next steps & the price.

    Durham Report seems like another pressure point, as possibly more useful info comes available.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    What ever way it goes, the exposure will be like hanging an albatross around a lot of the Democrats, and aligned bureaucracy,

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  14. Possible explanation for there being no male advice columnists:

    Dear Jim,

    Last week I left for work as normal but having only gone a mile or so, my car broke down. I had to walk home again, and on arriving home I found my 16 year old babysitter in our bed in her school uniform with my husband! I am devastated! Can you help?

    Sally.

    Dear Sally,

    A common cause for this is dirt in your carburettor. Don’t let your fuel drop too low in the tank. Hope this helps.

    Jim.

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      • “Probesity is the normalisation of significant overweight. There’s a big difference between pushing the idea of self-confidence no matter what your size and that of preaching that morbidly obese people can be healthy, strong and fit, as though being morbidly overweight is medically normal.”

        I think Dr Cat was a Probesityiest….by the way is that nursery rhyme about Jack Sprat still a goer these days?

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    • Reality and obesity always reminds me of the Sperm Whale teleported above the earth in Hitchhikers Guide:

      Ahhh! Whoa! What’s happening? Who am I? Why am I here? What’s my purpose in life? What do I mean by ‘who am I’? Okay, okay, calm down, calm down, get a grip now. Ooh, this is an interesting sensation. What is it? It’s a sort of a tingling in my… well, I suppose I better start finding names for things. Let’s call it a… tail! Yeah! Tail! And hey, what’s this roaring sound, whooshing past what I’m suddenly gonna call my head? Wind! Is that a good name? It’ll do. Yeah, this is really exciting! I’m dizzy with anticipation! Or is it the wind? There’s an awful lot of that now, isn’t it? And what’s this thing coming toward me very fast? So big and flat and round, it needs a big wide sounding name like ‘Ow’, ‘Ownge’, ‘Round’, ‘Ground’! That’s it! Ground! Ha! I wonder if it’ll be friends with me? Hello Ground!’

      The sperm whale crashed into the ground, viewed from a distance with a rising plume of ice/snow.

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  15. I stopped to ask these guys if they knew where our man was and the first 3 were just idiots! First one was named Police, 2nd was Parliament and 3rd was MSM. Just tossers,all 3! But the fourth guy was a top bloke, Freedom was his name. And he got straight on the internet to help out!

    https://scontent.fhlz3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t39.30808-6/277249132_5677800262247527_3039133592357588255_n.jpg?_nc_cat=110&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=5cd70e&_nc_ohc=JuuYXwo8YkMAX8a_MhS&_nc_ht=scontent.fhlz3-1.fna&oh=00_AT-MGAKQvRMwC1BpdYO6MaierJAB2T2mxN43kjeSR-xgXQ&oe=62446B44

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  16. Told to “just buy another farm”.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bptWeNy9oo
    Farmers unhappy land to be flooded under proposed Lake Onslow hydro storage scheme | Newshub

    The Independent Climate Commission has suggested a new kind of hydro dam – a pumped hydro facility – to solve NZ’s power concerns. The four billion dollar option involving Lake Onslow in Central Otago is being investigated as a way for New Zealand to meet climate targets.

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  17. Western sanctions won’t sway Kremlin, says Russia’s Medvedev

    ‘Foolish’ to believe pressure on businesses could end war: former president
    It is “foolish” to believe that Western sanctions against Russian businesses could have any effect on the Moscow government, Russia’s ex-president and deputy head of its Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, was quoted as saying on Friday.

    The sanctions will only consolidate Russian society and not cause popular discontent with the authorities, Medvedev told Russia’s RIA news agency in an interview.

    The West has imposed an array of sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine, but one month into the war, the Kremlin says it will continue the assault until it accomplishes its goals of Ukraine’s “demilitarization and denazification”.

    Some of the sanctions have specifically targeted billionaire businessmen believed to be close to President Vladimir Putin.

    “Let us ask ourselves: can any of these major businessmen have even the tiniest quantum of influence of the position of the country’s leadership?” Medvedev said.

    “I openly tell you: no, no way.”

    https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/Ukraine-war/Western-sanctions-won-t-sway-Kremlin-says-Russia-s-Medvedev?fbclid=IwAR26-0lRnbTpC-CBdjETY8Pn0idaJwen_n9gfFMmG3f1Zk0nj32q9ViUqdo

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  18. Local news in the BOP.

    Its about the caring, benevolent govt. that governs for everyone.
    More hardship that we have had since the depression in the 30″s.

    Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: Food demand soars as virus hits with thousands struggling
    26 Mar, 2022 06:00 AM
    Half of those needing foodbank support had never used the service in 30 years, while a homelessness agency says food is a “precious commodity” and has become a higher priority than housing for some clients.

    Tauranga Community Foodbank manager Nicki Goodwin said about half of its demand was from people who had never used the service in its 30 years.
    She said they either had no one to do their shopping or had lost income due to Covid or isolation.

    “We’re going to see the fallout of that for the months to come.”

    Tauranga Budget Advisory Services manager Shirley McCombe said people were out of reserves, if they ever had any, and were turning to credit cards and loans to bridge the gap.

    Businesses were also struggling and staff were losing hours and even jobs.

    The Ministry of Social Development regional commissioner Mike Bryant said nearly one in three of the requests for help to MSD were from people who did not receive any of its prior support.

    In the week ending March 13, there were 1161 requests for welfare support in the Bay of Plenty region, and about 30 per cent did not have an MSD relationship.

    There were 3480 requests for support since December 3.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-food-demand-soars-as-virus-hits-with-thousands-struggling/EOU5IVVSXIHQ7IC6AXI5CTHLNQ/?fbclid=IwAR0BJDq-OtBSc309h06sFrDvNuRGKReMfwgvatg65oIRrt9sdvV8LVYapVI

    Becuase the bitch cares.

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  19. Ruble is back. Russia kicked sand in Euro face, say “you want gas, you pay Ruble.” Russian stockmarket surging after opening. Dumb as dogshit NATO leaders in shock. Does not fit CIA gay playbook.

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  20. A man has died at Aramoana Beach near Dunedin today after getting into trouble in the water.

    Ambulance and police were called to Aramoana Beach about 2.30pm after reports a person was struggling in the water.

    Another one at Whangamata as well.
    Lots of car accidents today.

    What role does the vax play?
    We will never be told.

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