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  1. Morning Troopers.

    Labour starts the week announcing, in the middle of a fuel crisis, that it’s pushing ahead with its biofuel plan, which will increase the price of petrol and diesel? Are they brain dead?

    Government says it will push ahead with biofuels plan, raising cost of fuel 5-10 cents a litre
    A paper from MBIE warns that by 2025, the blends would probably add 5 cents a litre to the cost of petrol, and 10 cents to the cost of diesel.Having finished consultation on the shape of the mandate last year, Woods said the Government would “shortly” begin consulting on the detailed regulations that will give effect to the mandate. The most recent date given for the implementation of the mandate is April 2023.”

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    • Using what? Imported food/grain?
      In the usa biofuel production has been competing with food production causing… shortages of corn. Sweet lets add to that what a great idea.

      I know in nz one fuelco was messing around with biofuel from waste from meat processors? Couldve been dairy/milk waste but the braindead idea of that is the greenies want meat n dairy gone but biofuel from it… we’re fooked

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    • Saggy@0645

      Umm, let me see: dl decreed that oil and gas exploration was to cease (And it did), Marsden Point is ‘Conveniently’ closing-down, biofuels are to be introduced in 2023 and the Government’s ‘take’ per litre on petrol and diesel has recently increased.

      Surely there couldn’t be a connection between these events could there? Never; dl tells us thad as always she has been ‘absoludely’ oben and honesd with us all. /////////////////////////

      If you believe THAT, then I have several bridges which you might like to purchase…

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      • Dopey is on board with the WEF great reset. Crash the economy, to replace it wif commudisms, because their pimps said so.

        All because they lost control of the propaganda. The meta is they want propaganda power back, badly. And are willing to kill millions if that’s what it takes.

        The checkers stuff with fuel is retarded. Obvious now. Check out the goons running a swine flue/bird flu hoax to justify slaughtering chickens and keep food supply in the hands of the big indebted satanic corporations.

        Communication is domination. Combine the mass communication methods with a few black ops and you’ve got yourself a zombie army.

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        • Which we have seen in action as commanded “Get vaxxed for the good of the community” hmmm with a thoughtless my vaxx may not work if you are not vaxxed.

          “a zombie army”

          The test run so far proves that an army is easily created, particularly in those countries that were targeted.
          Does not need much fine tuning, going by the Ukraine call up, giving reasons for more oil, gas, fuel, electricity controls, a form of rationing, essential services, and leading to food rationing, for the good of every one.
          Just a matter of control over an individuals data, then full on
          The climate change call up, Agenda 2030, breathing Sustainability, will not be too far away, to bring more feelz for the good of the world, alarm, stress, to further complete Carbon taxes, with further rationing.

          All to be done in Artificial Intelligence AI decision making, set up as “Discourse Consensus” so that any disagreement is seen as “dissonance” and a major problem to be removed.
          The google goggles of the new “virtual Sim-ulated City” that is always correct.

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    • Saggy ,FFS I’ve been using bio fuel for years ,Gull has been producing it for longer than the skinny emaciated stick insect has been fucking up my Country.
      How much is this ‘scheme’ gonna cost us and what percentage will automatically end up in the indigenous pockets ??

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    • All those links came up with:—–

      **””Message in a private group or channel.
      This link will only work if you are a member. “”**

      Viking may have special status for his member,
      I do not want to use my member in this.
      I do not drop my trou to play the piano like President Zelenski, with another guy as suggested by. “luv the man”

      No condom would be strong enough ~ 🙂

      I perhaps see the concept. on a comment below. 🙂
      Always ready to make special delivery, for those whose who accept the definition of woman.

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  2. https://www.bitchute.com/video/mSqjjFNmVPkC/

    BitChute (https://www.bitchute.com/video/mSqjjFNmVPkC/)
    If you are a pure blood…don’t have sex with the “vaccinated”
    They don’t make a condom strong enough for this job. If you are clean and want to stay that way, you better find another pure blood or take matters into your own hands (so to speak). Source: Stew Peters and Dr. Jan Ruby. More videos you may like:

    https://t.me/c/1151856711/133537

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  3. I dunno how you old farts do it…
    Im only 35 but abused my body for the last 30yrs of it and slowly working out i dont bounce back like i used to 🙁 havent been for a descent hunt for several years due to work and other chaos so yesterday i took lil stupidboy (8yrs) for a hunt.
    Bloody stunning day here in southland, good early start and we were well above the bushline by time the fog receded and managed to score some fresh venison! Needless to say the wee dude was stoked, but dang woke up this morn and feel like ive been run over by a road train!
    If this is what 35 feels like i dunno if i can do 50, years of dumb shit, carrying out thousands of dead animals, broken bones etc are comming back to haunt me. Work in half hour, hope like hell my body unseizes.

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    • Doesn’t get any easier SB. I got a couple in the weekend too. Took Friday off and she was pretty soggy in Pureora, but Sat was a real cracker of a day. I just lug out the meat if it’s any sort of carry. But I’m only just the right side of 60.

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      • Yea saggy, for last 7 or 8 years i just backsteak and backlegs… took me a while to figure out i was carrying lots of useless bone and a front shoulder with a big hole in it.
        Dunno how but when i was 20 i was 90kg and managed a 4hr carry with a 135kg stag… won the hunting comp but as i said “dumb shit” like that destroys knees backs and ankles.

        Haha viking, you could be right but through my 20s i spent 18-22hrs a day in a tractor cab and was far fitter and bounced back easier then now, lil dude now insists we’re going out later this week for an overnighter… cant wait to have to carry a pack//
        Plus side if he pushes me to go have a life again instead of work work work is i may get my fitness back.

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        • Nasska on turning 30. Nothing to it. I’ll last forever.

          Nasska on turning 40. Are you sure these fertiliser bags are only 40kg?

          Nasska on turning 50. Stiffening in all extremities bar one.

          Nasska on turning 60. Oh, shit!

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        • Humped hundreds of 50 kg ( the old 1 cwt) bags on some days in my “youth”.

          About a decade ago could not believe that the companies had reduced bag weights down from a “comfortable” 45 kilograms to a max of 25 kgs.

          Now why do those 25 kilograms seem just as difficult.
          Out of practice I think. 🙂
          Time Age relentlessly taking its toll.

          Lift the calf over the gate every day.
          Then my son, in a year or 2 you will be able to lift the cow over the gate. 🙂

          Wisdom with age, makes one find other ways to get things done, and increases productivity. 🙂

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          • Agree. When I started in the cartage racket (1967) everything was in cwt bags. Coal, flour, fertiliser, spuds……even cement from memory. Sacks had to be loaded out of railway wagons on to the truck & unloaded manually. Then the weights were reduced, usually to 40kg & now nearly everything is palletised.

            Now stuff that weighs 25kg has “two person lift stickers” plastered over it.

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                • That always makes me smile.
                  Does the ‘heavy lifter to aisle 3’ follow you home to get your purchase out at the other end?

                  Took my lawnmower to a repair shop once and someone dashed out as soon as I pulled up and announced that I shouldn’t lift that out of the boot. How the f did he think it got in there? Brownie points for service though.

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    • Too much siiting n the tractor armchair laddie.
      I had an old mate who was over 80 and hunted all his life. Figured out to take the grandson as he got older.
      Sadly passed on a couple of years ago. Never lost his passion for hunting and being in the bush.

      Unfortunately I have had to give it away. skin not tough enough anymore. Son collects the meat now. Pleanty running around down Ohakune way. Out on the crop paddocks.

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  4. Newly Released Pfizer Documents Reveal COVID Jab Dangers
    By Joseph Mercola
    March 22, 2022 Updated: March 24, 2022
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    What really happened in the first 90 days of the jab rollout? How many adverse events and different health problems? How many deaths? The first tranche of documents were released March 1, 2022, and it proves beyond any shadow of a doubt—we’ve been sold down the river!
    Story at-a-glance

    A small batch of documents released by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in mid-November 2021 revealed that in the first three months of the COVID jab rollout, Pfizer received 42,086 adverse event reports that included 1,223 deaths
    The first really large tranche of Pfizer documents — some 10,000 pages — was released by the FDA March 1, 2022. Included are nine pages of recorded side effects, about 158,000 different health problems in all
    An initial review of case report forms (CRFs) reveal significant data collection errors and anomalies
    Problems included patients entered into the “healthy population” group who were far from healthy; serious adverse event (SAE) numbers that were left blank; sample barcodes that were missing; at least one death of a patient the day before being listed as being at a medical checkup; and second doses that were administered outside the three-week protocol window. There also are questions as to whether participants were properly observed for an adequate amount of time; plus adverse events were listed as “not serious” despite extended hospital stay and much more
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/newly-released-pfizer-documents-reveal-covid-jab-dangers_4355020.html?utm_source=top5noe&utm_campaign=top5-2022-03-27&utm_medium=email&est=NtofPDd3d1oHQG%2B0PgNWnbKzyX%2FgxO4ZS3YsOCvH1KXRzRodGHoVXtOuToWtnLo%3D

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    • Good grief Capricorn have some humanity, there’s only 20 of them living in the bloody house I’m sure there’s room for at least 10 more,LMFAO.
      What an absolute sucker I’ve been to pay my taxes and provide for my family whilst bludging fuckers like that are all around us.

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    • The kids look happy and healthy, the house looks well cared for, 28 day eviction after a death is a bit harsh (maybe 2 months would be better considering how anyone feels after a parents death and having to find new accommodation),
      BUT, I agree that it’s not their home and they appear to have been taking advantage of use of a state house for a lot of years. Why would someone have not applied to change the name on the lease when the father died and the mother got ill if they really wanted it for themselves – just felt entitled, that they would get their way.

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    • There are twenty people in that photo. How big is the house?
      There’s nine children and seven partners and 13 grandchildren and they’ve been living in a house where the rent was probably assessed as a portion of mum’s pension. No wonder they don’t want to move on.
      And from the picture of Mum, I can see why Kianga Ora had to widen the doors.
      While I am genuinely sorry for this family’s loss and the upheaval it has caused, their lifestyle is not our problem. They need to fund that for themselves.

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    • I’m sorry for them losing their Mum, sure, but isn’t it time they stood on their own feet? They look capable enough. Perhaps they could pitch in and buy the bloody house off HNZ? The sense of entitlement is strong in this lot.

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  5. The young bloke who died at Aramoana. Jabbed?

    Surfing community mourns loss of top ‘barrel rider’ Jamie Civil
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/27/surfing-community-mourns-loss-of-top-barrel-rider-jamie-civil/

    Tributes are pouring in online from top New Zealand surfers – including Billy Stairmond and Page Hareb, as well as some of the country’s top snow sports athletes who were close to Civil.

    “Jamie was hands down one of the most respected barrel riders in the country, often referred to as “The most barrelled man in NZ”. With 6-8 foot barrels on offer Jamie was free surfing and had just ridden a wave and was paddling back out when bystanders noticed his board was floating and rushed out to his assistance but all attempts to revive Jamie were unsuccessful. Our love and strength go out to Jamie’s family, loved ones and friends.”

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    • It is sad.

      His death will be referred to the Coroner.

      I hope the family in these difficult times, have the fortitude to push for an autopsy to be done, with pathologists who are thorough.
      Then a timely announcement of all of those results.
      The truth, will allow some RIP.

      If jabbed it should be announced, and if not announced, then I would consider it a breach for the others that supposedly made the supposed “informed consent” of “choice” to enter into a phase 3 experimental medical trial, where everything is supposed to be well monitored, and information is freely relayed back to the participants!
      Relayed back to the Participants, the team of 5 million including the “control group”.

      Anything less should be considered a major breach, negligence or any delay or messing around being malfeasance, and associated with foul corruption.

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          • But are they in “complete denial” because:

            1) They know the Mad Queen who they love dearly has fed them a load of shit & the cognitive dissonance is doing their heads in.

            2) They know they’re going to die from vax complications but think that if they don’t acknowledge the fact it will all go away.

            3) They never grew up so are gullible enough to believe in Big Pharma & the Tooth Fairy.

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            • I’d say A, although they don’t like Cindy. All I know is the women I’ve spoken to were complete believers in the vaccines and are fully masked, and both hate Trump. One of them believes Biden is “a nice old man”. Certainly cuts down the subjects open for discussion!

              I have enough tact not to tell them the vaccines are fatal but no discussion on ineffectiveness is condoned. One I still see and speak to, the other I will no doubt bump into sometime… They are different from those who are open and willing to discuss the social implications of forced vaccination.

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        • I’ve often wondered about that too…. and I tend to back off from mentioning serious side effects and deaths when talking about it to jabbees, unless they bring the subject up themselves. I don’t want to be appearing to be scaremongering and there’s nothing a jabbee can do to reverse their fate anyway so it’s not productive. Often, though, a jabbee will say they’re not going to get the booster and then I find that they were forced into it to keep their job and they either had an unpleasant experience or they know someone who has serious side effects. In these cases I find we agree 100% on the social, economic and health dangers of the forced injection programme. Many of these people are understandably extremely angry.

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          • Took the campervan for it’s COF this AM. On arrival a nice lady came out and asked why I wasn’t wearing a mask. Showed her my exeption thingy on my watch, all good. Then she asked if I was double vaccinated.
            I would have to wait outside until they completed the job then I could go inside and pay. Did that then went outside to wait.
            I never asked where would I wait if it was raining.

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  6. Despite the speed of impact the two black boxes have been recovered from the recent China plane crash that nosedived into a mountain.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2022/03/recovery-crews-find-second-black-box-of-crashed-china-eastern-passenger-jet.html

    The black box, which could shed light on the cause of the crash, has been sent to Beijing for examination and analysis, state media reported. The other black box – the cockpit voice recorder – was delivered to experts in the Chinese capital after being found on Wednesday.

    It was too soon to determine the cause of the crash, and crashes are usually the result of a combination of factors, experts said.

    The second black box was dug out of a slope at the crash site about 9:20 a.m. (0120 GMT) in muddy conditions after rain in recent days.

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    • The device, part of which was badly damaged, was recovered 1.5 metres (5 feet) underground and 40 metres (130 feet) from the point of impact,

      No wonder the rocket scientists at msm held ‘fears for the passengers and crew’.
      Are they still out there looking for survivors? //

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    • Much higher than now. My work is partly based in my office, but mostly out on the road going from client to client. The majority of my traveling is within Canterbury, but my range extends across the whole South Island. The actual “commute” part, a few kilometres each way, is comparatively insignificant. Electric vehicles, as they presently stand, do not suit the majority of the driving I do. It’s more likely that my charge-out rate will increase to cover the increased fuel costs.

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  7. Last night my friend Phil was opining on Cat Pause’s death. He reckons she topped herself. After a lifetime of desperately low self-esteem, spent almost entirely trying to convince herself (and everybody else) that white was black, it all got too much, especially after the Steven Crowder prank.

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  8. That ignorant, arrogant, useless, racist arse-wipe, Willy Jackson, is issuing a “bring it on” to debating co-governance with David Seymour. Excellent, coz it will be a battle of wits, and Willy isn’t adequately armed. Can’t wait. I’d go to one of the venues to see it live.

    “Oh, you want a debate about co-governance now do you, David Seymour?
    Great!
    Māori have been waiting 182 years for someone to come forward and negotiate in good faith the promise of the Treaty, and you’ve self-declared your desire to be the medium for that debate!
    Wonderful news!
    I applaud your demand to debate co-governance and I relish the opportunity for debate with you David.
    I’ll debate you anywhere you like David, every Town Hall, RSA, Marae, School Hall, University, Techs, Union Venues, Tea Rooms and knitting circles from Cape Reinga to Stewart Island.
    Name the venue David. You want to do in your home electorate of Epsom? How about we do one there, one at my Marae in South Auckland and the third one in Wellington?
    Your attempt to paint co-governance out as some type of conspiracy for Māori to take over the country by stealth is an absurdity that is almost Trumpian in its delusional rhetoric David and your race-baiting doesn’t intimidate me in the slightest.
    I have no fear debating the arguments around co-governance because I believe in the innate goodness of Kiwis. You on the other hand believe you can whip up divisive culture wars by pretending to debate when all you want is the race-baiting froth of the tyranny of the majority.
    I believe all of us as New Zealanders are better than you are betting they aren’t David. I think you are cynically betting that this gives you a poll boost after Luxon popped your ACT bubble.
    I think we are collectively better than that and the majority don’t see co-governance as apartheid, they see it as a restorative justice and legitimate attempt to live up to the partnership promised in the Treaty.
    We should debate co-governance and bring everyone along in the debate that is our growing understanding of living with the Treaty and how that manifests in the real world.
    Maybe you should invite your coalition partner National to join the debate? After all, they are the original architects of Co-Governance and Co-Management and then we might be able to hear once and for all what National finds so distasteful about a policy that they initiated and promoted.
    Let’s have the debate David, I was at the meeting at the bottom Marae at Waitangi in 2017, when you declared your Māori ancestry and our people in the North were proud of you, so maybe we should go back to that Marae to kick this debate off and we will see if they are still proud of you? Your call David name the time and place?”

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    • Silly Willie always opens his big mouth long before his brain is engaged. Not that engaging a brain that tiny would alter the output.

      If I didn’t know how desperately thick the bastard is, I’d be bemused by the irony of him accusing others of whipping up divisive culture wars.

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    • Aaaahhhh Willie Jackson, one of this worlds most conniving dishonest people God ever put breath into.

      Willie Jackson is not interested in what is best for this country but is interested in what is in it for Willie and 17% of this country. Nothing more.

      Why would Seymour ever want to enter any debate with this manipulative smart arse piece of excrement?

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  9. Debating with Jackson would be pointless.
    He doesn’t have the ability to look at things objectively.
    If he can’t see that basing legislation or governance on race ,is racist, then you wouldn’t get past square one.

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  10. Notice she is shaking her head negatively while saying she believes positively. That’s her subconscious showing what she really believes while she bullshits to the country.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/biofuels-mandate-will-create-long-term-stability-in-market-jacinda-ardern-says-amid-concerns-fuel-prices-will-jump.html
    The Prime Minister says the Government’s planned biofuels mandate will help create long-term stability in the fuel market, something she says recent price volatility has shown a need for.

    But National is worried the mandate will lead to prices rising, pointing to officials’ analysis saying prices could jump 5 cents per litre for petrol or 10 cents for diesel.

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    • When the world is short of grain and oil seeds our muppets implement a biofuel requirement. Three years ago when they started looking at this there was surplus grains and oil seeds around the world and our economy was quite different . The wheels of this labour government turn so slow there are major unintended consequences in everything they touch. This should be shelved like the ETS until robbos covid debt is paid off.

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    • Not just the rise of fuel prices.

      If the “sustainable” bio fuel is to be grown in New Zealand where & how is going to be “refined”
      The area of land needed to grow the crops is extremely large to make a biofuel refinery viable.

      This will be a game changer, money exchanger for the ones that can tap into this.
      The bio fuel concept will have government guarantee, in some form or another, subsidy? that will feed onto in a major land use change.
      Dairy farm land? Maize & crops for dairy cows switched to biofuel.
      A very large industry, to based on the captured taxpayer & consumer, with government enforcement & regulations but above all, the government $$$$$

      I recall the people back in Helen Clark’s sustainable fuel mandates, pushing the buttons on their computers, coming up with wonderous $$$$$ signs and figuring there will be forms of government guarantees.

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        • First we would have to get around or over the prevailing viewpoint of authority & business that “big is better”. In fact it has gone beyond that & now everything has to be massive or offshored. Under current groupthink the slash would be transported to one central NZ biofuel plant rather than be processed by portable plants on the spot.

          There was an example of this a few years back. An Australian (?) entrepreneur designed & developed a mobile plant that could take waste plastic (even sileage wrap) & turn it into diesel. It wasn’t huge, overly expensive nor labour intensive.

          https://insteading.com/blog/plastic-to-fuel/comment-page-5/

          To the best of my knowledge NZ is as free from such advanced technology as a frog from feathers. Instead the Green wankers back trains & vegan diets.

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      • I know there is a point about pine tree slash.
        So many “Catch 22” for the bureaucracy, technocracy in regulatory money making controls.

        Pine Slash is not always generally that easy to gather up? and carted, considering the “health & safety” demands & costs on sides of hills, plus environmental considerations, of disturbing the soil.
        Easy land will be more workable,

        Probably need some form of compression, to stay ahead for cartage efficiency, and with more bigger trucks on back country roads, that will need further governmental road money to match with the rate payers.

        Will it be a virtuous sustainable circle?
        There will be an increased demand for wood pellet burners, such as for the schools other industries like Fonterra, etc., that are supposedly with governmental approved green sustainable efficiency.

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      • I take on, and like nasska’s points.
        Group think is the killer.
        Noting how “health & safety” “sustainability” that load up anything small, nifty, mobile, with having to pay Human Relations; Personnel Management, etc., etc., and all to be funded in a multistory complex.

        Those plastic to fuel plants, seem great.

        The supposed recycling in NZ of silage wrap designed by some damm UK farmer is just a costly systemic forced on farmers that in itself is difficult, despite their blurbs.
        Stuffing it into & very costly & small plastic bags, maybe ok for lifestyle blocks.
        The larger costly bag is also a nonsense, because that plastic bag deteriorates, too quickly in any NZ sun, & splits and fragments.
        Arranging for pickups that want a minimum number and in a timely manner does not seem to happen, or that company that sold those hi-priced bags goes into liquidation, and the new company will not honor the previous agreement.

        I see that some culvert plastic pipes are from recycling, and good they are underground.
        Posts are another venture, but are costly and last?

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  11. Exclusive: ‘Expensive failure’ – New Zealand’s cost per prisoner rises while jail population dwindles

    Newstalk ZB can reveal each person behind bars costs roughly $150,000 a year – that’s up $30,000 on the 2018/19 financial year.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/exclusive-expensive-failure-new-zealands-cost-per-prisoner-rises-while-jail-population-dwindles/PUIH52GXWSLRYXFWZAUM3L5SZU/?utm_campaign=nzh_tw&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=nzh_tw#Echobox=1648401396-1

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  12. ClarkE, must be locked up or at least on home D, at his moms with ankle bracelet, cos cindy anounces changes to prisoner rehabilitation. Because ClarkE needs extra help and he’s a special jockey!
    She says that she is still getting married, sometime!
    The little scone eating ginger singer is coming later in the year. Wonder if he will replace lordee for the event! Is she still here, even!
    The foo fighters could, if they replaced the drummer with a drum machine,
    Tthey were meant to tour as well!

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  13. A plumber who was the union delegate at the firm he worked for was sent to woman’s apartment in Auckland to repair a leaking pipe.  When he arrived he was pleased to discover that the woman was quite beautiful & during the course of the afternoon the two became extremely “friendly.”

    About 5:30 p.m. the phone rang, disturbing the bedroom shenanigans.   “That was my husband,” she said, putting down the phone.  “He’s on his way home, but is going back to the office around 8.  Come back then & we can take up where we left off.”

    The plumber looked at the woman in disbelief.  “What?   On my own time??”

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  14. “Of the 11 deaths, two were from the Auckland region, five from Waikato and one each from MidCentral and Nelson Marlborough. The details for the other deaths are unavailable at this stage. Three people were in their 70s, three in their 80s and three people were in their 90s. Seven were men and two were women.”

    Was the virus just a coincidence and these people would have passed away with or without the bug?

    If everyone has (or has had) the virus, then ALL deaths would be “COVID deaths.”

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    • Moving more things outdoors and making our indoor environments safer will help. This is not something that can be left to individuals but will need both public and private investment in our country’s infrastructure.

      In the meantime, every building in New Zealand should have a sign letting people know how safe the air is. I hope we’ll soon be able to see whether a building or room is naturally or mechanically ventilated, whether HEPA filters are in use, and whether it’s CO2 monitored.

      https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/300548759/covid19-we-need-a-national-ventilation-scheme

      Covid-19: We need a national ventilation scheme
      Siouxsie Wiles05:00, Mar 28 2022

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  15. Woke has reached super saturation throughout msm. I find it unreadable. It’s hard to find anything fact based and with evidence of critical thinking and common sense.

    The Oscars are a symbolic train wreck. The obese pink haired communist wants signs outside every building rating the air quality. Everything is dangerous. We should be very afraid. And all of it is due to white straight males.

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  16. From Stuff
    Auckland schoolgirls fighting , one pulls a gun and shoves it against the head of one involved.

    Even the school girls in Auckland have guns!

    The success of Cindy’s gun buyback / confiscation is like everything else they have done ,an abject failure!

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  17. More regulations coming in about gun ranges in a Police Discussion Document

    …. the future Police approval and certification of shooting ranges. …..
    …. “These new regulations are another example of vindictive bureaucracy, dictated by government ideology against lawful firearm owners, ….

    https://thebfd.co.nz/2022/03/28/police-aim-to-shut-down-gun-ranges/

    So much cost, so much time to comply, will seem to make gun ranges doomed.

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  18. Mongrel Mob member has $7M worth of assets seized in police drug operation

    A patched Mongrel Mob gang member’s properties, luxury vehicles and bank funds, all worth about $7 million, were among items police seized in a drug-related operation on Monday.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/28/7m-worth-of-mongrel-mob-members-assets-seized-in-police-drug-operation/

    Detective inspector Lloyd Schmid said police took control of four properties and five vehicles, including a Lamborghini and a Ferrari. They also seized a bank account with about $1 million in it.

    The properties were in Auckland’s Karaka, Papakura, Henderson suburbs, while the fourth is in Pukehina in the Bay of Plenty.

    Monday’s police operation was related to Operation Weirton, which was launched after police and Customs busted an attempted smuggling of methamphetamine into New Zealand through Auckland Airport in late February.

    Schmid said the seized items belonged to a patched 36-year-old man who is the alleged lead offender in this drug syndicate.

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  19. Bloody hell. Communist Cindy is on a roll making numerous announcements about anything and everything.

    Just shows what a poor Poll can do.

    In the good old days someone with a wooden crook would pull her off stage after rotten fruit and veges were thrown at her.

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    • A very interesting article, and worth a delve into comments.

      By the age of 5 the kids in the US have had 50 shots.

      Pharma got liability immunity if the vaccine was placed on the CDC childhood schedule.
      Unsurprisingly the schedule exploded and a revolving door emerged between the CDC and Pharma.

      So one can see why there seems to be a great push for childhood Covid vaxxxes in the USA.
      Nor would pharma want any one other country to raise a doubt issue or a comparison.

      Perhaps in New Zealand we should be looking how to garner the figures, to show if something similiar occurs in the near future.

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        • On this CDC link I got up to 35 plus doses from Birth to 4-6 year old.
          It could be just how to interpret it, and I risk in parts having double counted.

          Staggering that in the first year of life, sort up to 15th months,, could be around 26 doses.

          In both parts of I am not counting any in what is referred to as “notes”, as the poor kid could even be getting a more intensive jabbing or not.
          https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/child-adolescent.html#birth-15

          Also to note how the flue vaccine for those kids too. and perhaps some extra shots there?

          the large number of injections that are recommended.
          During the decade from 1990 to 2000, four diseases involving 10 to 12 injections were added to the ACIP schedule.
          According to the current ACIP schedule, it is possible for a 12-month-old child to get as many as eight different injections in a single visit.

          https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4927017/

          My figure of 50 was derived from Curious’s article and it would seem these 2 links make it very possible, and confirms where the comment I read in the 8 shots in 1 visit, and then said 50 by a 5 year old, but probably more like a 6 year old.

          Not only the whatever the virus is, though the spiel is that combos, and having a so many shots at the same time is ok, I also wonder about some of the adjuvants..
          Noting my own experience of the difference in MedsafeNZ flue vaccines with a different adjuvant for over 65’s but not requiring “informed consent” and if that is used by under 65’s then “informed consent” is required.
          Then do the Doctors, staff & nurses really even know what the additional affects on the body having even just 2 shots on the same day as I did, where the adjuvant for one is to amplify the flue shot, so I then suffered.
          Very simple to deny that I had a vax injury that took over 2 weeks to overcome the worst, then another 6 months to come fully right.

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  20. Bill Gates
    says Rich Nations “should move to 100% Synthetic Beef ” in order to fight climate change”

    These bloody rich elites that think they can dictate to the world really get my blood pressure up.

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  21. [Forwarded from Praying Medic (Dave Hayes) via @like]
    I saw a lot of comments criticizing Trump’s use of profanity at last’s rally and wanted to share a few thoughts about the different reactions people had.

    Donald Trump is misunderstood by many people, but those who are devoutly religious seem to have the greatest difficulty comprehending his behavior.

    People of faith generally expect elected officials to be mindful of their words. Politicians know they can’t say or do say certain things in front of voters without it hurting them at the ballot box. This sets up a dynamic where politicians act holy in public while behaving like sinners in private. This religious hypocrisy was displayed by the Pharisees and it was condemned by Jesus.

    Trump has never pretended to be holy or righteous in his outward behavior—either in private or in public. The Trump you meet in an elevator is the same Trump you see speaking at a rally. He isn’t afraid to drop an F-bomb when someone is rude to him in private and he isn’t afraid to do while the world is watching. He’s not a hypocrite.

    It’s wasn’t Trump’s use of profanity that was celebrated by patriots last night. It was the fact that Trump is Trump regardless of where he is. He’s not a typical politician. He’s a foul-mouthed billionaire from Queens who happens to be on a mission to save the world.

    https://t.me/BigDaddysLightWarrior/89204

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  22. BN, Hawkesby said in her article,

    “Last time Phil Goff was on the show was when he announced he was departing as Auckland’s Mayor. I asked him about heading off to London for the High Commissioner gig. He denied it. He batted it away as something he wasn’t even considering.

    But now we know that’s exactly what he’s doing.”

    What is it with current and past Leaders of the Labour Party, they seem to be bred to lie like a flatfish. Absolute and totally dishonest arseholes.

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  23. People emigrating away from New Zealand will outnumber immigrants arriving in the country by 20,000 this year, Kiwibank has predicted in a greatly revised forecast.

    The bank said the expected outflow would roughly match the last major period of net emigration in 2011, when an Australian mining boom attracted many workers to cross the ditch in search of six-figure salaries.

    If it proves to be on the money, Kiwibank’s forecast could add fuel to a correction in the housing market and potentially deepen skills shortages in the labour market.

    Kiwibank had previously expected net immigration would climb to about 20,000 this year as the country’s tight labour market attracted more migrants.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/128187242/immigration-reversal-kiwibank-expects-net-20000-people-will-leave-nz-this-year

    Actually its worse than that. Back 2011 we had a lot less oldies, that’s 11 years ago and as Iaasb identifies its gets tougher as you get older. so anyone who was say 75 then is now 86. Life expectancy at that age ain’t that long.
    Also, we didn’t have the jab so maybe we will need those 4000 Ukranian drug dealers after all.
    Maybe Cindy was right all along.
    Rather have some Scandis and even some Russian lassies.
    Do you think Putin will send a few thousand. ?

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  24. Remeber there was a song
    Stand by your Man.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed her wedding to Clarke Gayford is still going ahead, but they have yet to work out details of the previously postponed event.

    The couple put plans to get married in Gisborne this past summer on hold because of the restrictive gathering rules under the red light Covid setting.

    Asked about her revised plans on AM on Monday, Ardern said: “It’s happening sometime.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/128187515/jacinda-ardern-confirms-wedding-to-go-ahead-date-yet-to-be-set

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    • Thanks. This is interesting as I’ve always considered the addition of graphene oxide to the human body to be dangerous to health at best & a precursor to tracking at worst.

      Our correspondent RoL is well qualified in science & may be persuaded to enlighten us.

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  25. I wish someone had warned them.//

    Albury Wodonga Health declares Code Yellow over long weekend patient surge.

    An incident management team has been established in response to the more than 200 people presenting to Albury and Wodonga emergency departments per day since Saturday.

    Ms Poland said the department was reporting a spike in category 2 patients, which are people presenting with conditions like chest pain or possible stroke and requiring an urgent care response within 10 minutes of arrival.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-03-17/albury-wodonga-health-call-internal-emergency-as-demand-rises/100917686

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  26. White House to Propose New Minimum Tax on Billionaires
    By Emel Akan
    March 26, 2022 Updated: March 27, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden will announce a new minimum tax targeting billionaires as part of his 2023 fiscal year budget on Monday, according to the White House.

    The Biden administration announced the proposal on Saturday in a fact sheet ahead of the budget release, stating that the president’s plan “rewards work, not wealth.”

    “President Biden’s Billionaire Minimum Income Tax will make America’s tax code fairer and reduce the deficit by about $360 billion in just the next decade,” the fact sheet stated.

    As part of his 2023 budget, Biden is asking Congress to pass legislation mandating the richest American families to pay a minimum of 20 percent on all of their income, including unrealized investment income.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/white-house-announces-new-minimum-tax-on-billionaires_4364345.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-03-27-3&utm_medium=email2&est=CCpS0gLbl1nwX6ZmIKM1nCUrAItVpF9GBeoLt6Uw0TSgCdit6dVK2%2B4fN5e6hdY%3D

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  27. Employee of State-Owned Bank Sentenced to Life In Prison For Stealing $40 Million in Deposits
    By Shawn Lin
    March 26, 2022 Updated: March 27, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    A bank manager working at a branch of state-owned Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) was recently sentenced to life in prison for setting up a scheme that enabled her to steal 250 million yuan (about $40 million) in deposits. The depositors are finding it almost impossible to get their money back as the court did not hold the bank accountable for this loss.

    On March 18, the topic of “ICBC’s 250 million yuan in deposits gone missing” topped the search list of Weibo, a leading Chinese social media platform. Other than how the employee took the money, public discussions focused on whether this crime is “embezzlement” or theft, who the depositors should turn to for their money, and whether they can get it back.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/40-million-in-deposits-missing-state-owned-bank-not-accountable_4361726.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-03-27&utm_medium=email&est=LFTk9MbTH%2BSlGpdoTtBkQrKEriDBnKewv2QfymgD3OY3uyROllf5%2Bz12MmNCb6c%3D

    Wouldn’t happen here wouil;d it?

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    • Sooty….
      I think it depends on the conditions set for their bail/sentence.
      I know of someone who has just had their electronic anklet removed…DIC conviction. He had a night curfew of 8.00pm to 5.00am where he had to be at home. During the day he was free to roam and go fishing etc. He had two replacement anklets during his
      6 month stint thanks to launching the boat on one occasion and getting a feed of paua on the second.

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  28. A couple take in an 18-year-old girl as a lodger. She asked if she could have a bath but the woman of the house told her they didn’t have a bath but if she wanted to she could use a tin bath in front of the fire…….
    “Monday’s the best night, when my husband goes out to darts,” she said.
    The girl agreed to have a bath the following Monday….
    After her husband had gone to the pub for his darts match, the woman filled the bath and watched the girl get undressed. She was surprised to see that the lass didn’t have any pubic hair. She mentioned this to her husband when he came home. He didn’t believe her, so she said:
    “Next Monday, don?t go to darts. I’ll leave a gap in the curtains so you can see for yourself..”
    So the following Monday, while the girl again got undressed, the wife asked:
    “Do you shave?”
    “No,” replied the girl. “I’ve just never grown any hairs down there. Do you have hair?”
    “Oh, yes,” said the woman, and she showed the girl that indeed, she was far from hairless.
    When the girl went to bed the husband came in, and the wife asked:
    “Did you see it?”
    “Yes,” he said, “but why the hell did you have to show her yours.”
    “Why not?” she said. “You’ve seen it before.”
    “I know,” he said, “but the darts team hadn’t!😝

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    • From IAASB’s link:

      ……” Ardern said last week that businesses should be prepared to put QR code signs back up, and people should not delete the Covid Tracer App from their cellphone.”……

      You can’t delete what was never installed so that’s one less problem I have to face.

      …..”She said this would be required if a new variant that evaded vaccines or was more deadly than Omicron or Delta came along, in which case contact tracing would provide a critical role again.”……

      Which is why we should never let up the pressure on The Bitch. Until that enabling legislation is consigned to the dustbin of history we are only a control freak’s brain fart away from another lockdown.

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  29. After revelations that New Zealand police kill at 11 times the rate of officers in England and Wales, RNZ has obtained a secret IPCA report that sheds light on the way the Armed Offenders Squad operates and the questionable state of police firearms training.

    The official report into why Iriheke Pere, a 33-year-old Māori man with mental health issues, was shot in the back by police was never publicly released.

    Pere was lying on the ground in handcuffs when he was accidentally shot by a member of the Armed Offenders Squad (AOS) in Hastings on 16 August, 2013.

    He was admitted to hospital in a serious condition but he lived, partly due to one of many mistakes made by the police that day.

    The AOS had mistakenly loaded their rifles with training ammunition, which turns to dust on impact. Pere’s single bullet wound to the back was serious but it could have been fatal.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/03/shooting-to-wound-something-from-the-movies-police-commissioner-andrew-coster.html

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  30. Some people have followed on the discussion on Twitter about the ABC report from Albury Wodonga.

    The soft kill has ramped up to full scale genocide.
    My sister in law had a stroke this morning. And yes. 3

    Sorry to hear. My sister had a stroke this summer after jab # 2 and ended up in hospital after booster – can’t stand on her feet for long; not the same person anymore…

    I just spoke to a mate I used to work with.. 3 blokes have dropped dead that worked for the company

    My friend’s son in law 51 years in hosp with lungs full of clots ….

    3 ambos in my street yesterday.
    All different houses.

    3 in my street on the weekend too. People are genuinely being culled.

    https://twitter.com/dean_a_1984/status/1508235127759187968

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  31. Thomas Rankin: Midland football clubs pay tribute after ‘truly sad loss’ of Redditch United player

    Tributes poured in for the club’s former captain, who was only 26 and had been with Redditch United for three seasons. His devastated parents said he was “their world” while his grief-stricken manager said he had “no words for how special” the player was.

    It was not immediately known how the footballer died. But his death sparked a wave of supportive messages from clubs across the footballing world.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/newsbirmingham/thomas-rankin-midland-football-clubs-pay-tribute-after-truly-sad-loss-of-redditch-united-player/ar-AAVzi1f

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  32. The unvaxxed have been locked out of hospitality venues since 3 December. Vax passports are still in place until the 5th thanks to apartheid Cindy.

    Covid-19: Hospitality industry suffering despite restrictions easing
    Covid-19 restrictions have been loosened, but hospitality venues say it has done little to boost their takings.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/28/covid-19-hospitality-industry-suffering-despite-restrictions-easing/

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    • And then there are those of us who got forced to get jabbed so could get the pox pass refuse to use it and support discrimination. I used to go to cafes and pubs when I was on the road, as a chance for lunch and some laptop work in a quiet corner. Haven’t been for 2 years. Certainly saved some money, but I hope my favorite places are still there.

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  33. Craig Kelly MP posted this today.

    February 03, 2022

    The UAE golfing world was in mourning this week as news emerged of the passing of young prospect Viggo Sorensen.

    The Danish 17-year-old, who was the reigning Emirates Golf Federation Order of Merit winner, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest and went into a coma.

    https://gulfnews.com/sport/golf-in-uae/local/uae-golf-mourns-loss-of-promising-youngster-viggo-sorensen-1.85397286

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