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  1. WGs post from last night.
    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/

    I had a go at a local muppet pub owner while i was grabbing a few ciders from bottle store last night. Hes looking forward to no vax passes so bussiness will boom again…
    i put him in a foul mood when i told him that only 6% of 12+ dont have a vax pass and likely 4-5% of drinking age so it wont make piss all difference.
    I then shit on his parade further by pointing out that most of that 5% will likely refuse to spend money at bussinesses that acted like complete nazis and thats the real reason even the vaxxed are not supporting vax pass venues.

    I fucked his day good, the pubs been for sale for almost a year hes toast.

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    • Oh I love this post IAASB, if 97% of the population have a jab passport why the hell are these venues not prospering? If its only the very few of us who are among the so called by the authorities unclean in the population I cannot make it out. Wonder if it is because she has spread the fear far and wide and so they are too scared to leave home without masks securely on? Then again it could be because she has f**ked the economy and many cannot afford to go to the pub these days and prefer the bottle store? FJA no other prime minister has caused this country’s ruin before. FFFJA

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      • Yep i find it hilarious that everyone from politicians to media to hospo owners to karen and ken think that dropping vax passes will save the hospo/tourism industry…
        Yeah tourists are going to flock to NZ while we advertise loudly the highest case rate and one of the highest death rates in the world at the moment… excellent marketing strategy guys, that changing the definition of a covid death the other week is going to get tourists flocking and bussiness booming now//

        A good % of NZ are fearful due to the slags 2 year onslaught of fear/panic mongering
        A good % disagree with mandates and aparthied so refuse to support those businesses.
        A good % are now broke/working poor and cant afford to go out.
        A very small 5 or 6% are unvaxxed and cant go to those venues….
        every one of those negative impacts are jacindas doing but quite simply their thinking is 2+2= billions

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        • “FJA no other prime minister has caused this country’s ruin before.”

          Never before have a vast majority of New Zealand voted for a prime minister who promised to fuck them over real good.

          And then the grubby middle class teachers sent school kids out on protests on Fridays because they are not being fucked over enough!

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        • IAASB ,I reckon the point about lack of funds to spend painting the town is the main reason for a lack of patrons at these venues and I doubt that’ll be changing for some time,probably many many months if not several years..
          I been self employed most of my working life and have never worried about scrimping or economizing up until now (including the global crisis in 2008 where we lost quite a sum in investment monies) the world situation just has me feeling uneasy about our future for some time to come.

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      • Lizzie, Apparently 0% of Canterbury is fully vaxxed. Bloomfield only 80 ppl in the entire country qualify for exemption. so applying the maths, that means 99.9987% in reality, so 0.0013% Unvaxxed. I’ve just done a spot check on how many I know that are unvaxxed, and on those figures alone the population of Canterbury must be a staggering 38,000,000. And if you add the ones I don’t know about, probably about 3/4 of a billion.

        So either the 100% (99.9987%) vaxxed rate is made up, or there are lots of Indian families “living in shoe box on side of road”, subsisting on seagull shit and mouse droppings.

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      • I have the pass so I could go to a Cafe or pub. I don’t feel like it and I refuse to use the Ardernpass . I don’t need to go that badly. I have only had to show it 3 times. Once at a funeral memorial service, once at a lawyers sorting family legal affairs, and once at a corporate office, who give me lots of money for work. Not much choice in those cases, but since I don’t have to go to the pub, they don’t see my pass or my money. I also hate madksso if they insist, that is not changing.

        Cindy’s propaganda has been highly effective. I have a good friend who is a sprightly 60 something pensioner. He has covid paranoia and thinks it is going to kill him, jabs or not. He was a regular at his local, but hasn’t been for 2 years. He adores on the grandkids but when one caught the sniffles, he avoided them and had an honest fear of death. He refuses to come to Auckland as he is worried about the rampant rona. He said today about how the death toll was rocketing up and was really worried and pointing out to him that a shotgun was a covud death wasn’t well received
        He has gone through every other winter flu with no concerns. FJA

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    • The followerrs of the faith, the arseholes who decided to fire their staff, (and making your staff decide is forcible dismissal.), will never ever see the foolish error of their ways.
      They lack any ability to understand integrity.
      May they all go bust including the big ones.

      Remember its not the employees fault they had to hang in there, they had mortgages etc but the highly overpaid CEO’s who didn’t give a shit about the rights of their employees and few if any of those that quit their jobs.

      Like the MP’s,bar one, none of them stood up publicly and challenged the bitch and Ashley. Only a single one.

      Hopefully those same CEO’s will have to go back and work on the floor. Do them good to leave their plush seats.

      All the more reason to give Goodman contracting a lot more work and praise them for their stand.

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    • We used to go to a local pub in the District 2 or 3 times a month for a meal and a drink or just when we felt like it, plus we would get takeaways sometimes, subways and even McDonalds as the wife enjoys coffee especially when travelling.
      We now have no desire to go back, we never tried to go into a vaccine pass requirement business and will only very slowly think about where we go in future. Since the passes we have been to our local kabab shop twice and 3 times to different fish & chips.
      What does that mean – we have changed our spending habits completely, has certainly been reflected in out fortnightly banking balances. We have noted the differing attitudes of various business and will not forget in the future.
      FJA

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      • Same here HP, only places we spent our coin were the very few we were told didnt discriminate.
        Oddly enough the bar owner chap was one of those for a while then succumbed to the pressure and got jabbed, from the day the needle went in their arm their mindset changed and full nazi, if it wasnt a 30min drive to next bottleshop i wouldnt have went there… first beverages ive bought for 4 months tho so not like they missed out on much from me.

        Lots of ppl i know have changed spending habits big time due to the restrictions and id say confidently ⅔minimum dont miss what the lost out on and either wont revert back or take a long time to do so.
        Even in our household weve changed up bigtime where we soend due to nazism, farmlands and a local hardware shop are the biggest losers all because zero mask exemptions… theres 6-8k per month going in other bussinesses tills now because of their own stupidity

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      • Yep.
        And the last two weeks have been deadly quite. Went from struggling to keep up to almost nothing, coincided with staff getting the dirge of the blue line even if not sick but having their time off anyway.
        Govt. pays fuck all of their wages.

        The amount of petrol tax would have tumbled as well.
        Been a pleasure to drive around again. Long may that last.

        Talking of which I see another big data centre is going in down south.
        When will we run out of electricity for your house?
        The muppets thnk data centres and cars are more important than you “warm, dry, home”.

        Wait till the climate changes and its too warm for snow. Oh it has.
        Snow is our water storage capacity held for the summertime.

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      • Yup. We haven’t been to a restaurant for many moons, despite several occasions upon which we would have under normal circumstances. Instead we’ve spent up a little on some delicacies for a nice meal at home. Saved a fortune, it has been noted. I really feel for everybody in hospo who has suffered under the regime of the last two years.

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  2. Rascist will smith assaults black man… https://youtu.be/zYPBg6w8KJc

    Hilarious what a retard, i get he was defending his wifes honour but went a tad OTT. 99% of people wouldnt have got the gi jane joke and wouldve forgotten all about it by time he got up on stage but now everyone knows and googled it as a wtf and no doubt will replay again and again in american msm.
    Sometimes its best to think before acting and making it worse, will smith was evencracking up at the joke untill he seen his wifes face and had to get himself outa the shit.

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          • No sorry never bothered but i did watch VFF last night with that comedian rapper fella.
            Luv his work.
            Like me has no respect for the shit kickers in the round house.

            Which kinda gets me thinking.
            Its an ironic twist of history that in NZ we have had two round houses that have been a part of our history. Rua’s roundhouse was attacked by policeman, the leader whose name was Cullen. People were murdered and Cullen , second time murderer got away with no punish meant at all.
            Our current round house was defended by that same group called the police, when in fact they should have attacked and sacked the place and arrested the occupants for criminal negligence, inciting violence, inciting riots, incompetence and cowardice.

            The police have gone from being the friend of the good in our society to the tool of the politicians and the ugly.
            Not a good feature in their playbook.

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    • It was a weak joke but I would love to get Ricky Gervais’ take on it.
      I wonder whether Will Smith would have slapped him if he’d said something similar – the crowd would have been really laughing as Gervais roasted him as well for such a girlie slap.

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      • I think they planned it. To drag the Oscars out of the pedo induced death spiral of no viewers. Click bait.

        Hollywood is the largest most expensive propaganda unit ever concocted, and it is rapidly dying. So glorious. Anyone who lets their kids watch Hollywood movies unsupervised should be arrested for child abuse.

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        • I thought so too. They captured every bloody camera angle except the very one that would have told you if it was a real slap or a movie one. And if it wasn’t a setup, then Will Smith would have to be the biggest retard God ever shoveled guts into.

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  3. 3 Business are closing their doors in Waimate on Thursday. The local stationery bookshop who the owners have been unable to sell for over a year and are retiring, a well established 60 year plus clothing store and a bridal and clothing shop that had a great reputation pre covid. No one would be had up for firing a bullet down the main street because no one would see it, I believe 3 police have resigned from the area, both mandate and over the recent “policing” in Wellington.
    Ardern and this government have stuffed the fabric of New Zealand society.
    FJA

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  4. We get roo meat here or is it just dog tucker? https://i.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-drink/300551739/kiwi-kangaroo-eaters-helping-cause-extinction-of-aussie-animals-activist-says

    If youve never tried it its absolutely beautiful meat we used to eat it weekly when we lived there. That vegan muppet dosent know wtf hes talking about, roos are a bad rash on the landscape in many parts and populations get out of contol quickly but throw in a few media sob stories of a burnt skippy and them disappearing from the urban sprawled areas and i guess hes got his story.
    We used to have to shoot 800-1000 every year just to keep control and even then the numbers were building up to unsustainable levels.

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  5. The Oscars have been bragging for years that they are woke and that they are proudly ‘erasing’ white men from their culture and history. Yesterday three female Leftist comedians were hosting and made endless taunts toward conservatives and white males etc
    End result of erasing White males? Who had contributed so much to the Film industry throughout history?
    The event turned into a steaming pile of shit with people taunting each other and fighting on the stage.
    The Oscars are now basically the MTV Gangsta Rap awards…

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  6. The most open and transparent government…

    Last November I made and OIA request to MOH for confirmation that Pfizer had provided Medsafe with the same adverse events data that had been released under Court Order by the FDA.

    Their response was that Pfizer provided Medsafe NZ with “the same data” as
    set out in the Pfizer Cumulative Analysis of Post Authorisation Adverse Event Reports of
    PF-07302048 (BNT162B2), “albeit in a form that meets the company’s legal obligations in
    New Zealand.”

    I then made another request to MOH for the actual adverse events data that Pfizer had provided Medsafe to meet its legal obligations in NZ.

    This is the MOH’s response….
    “The information you have requested is withheld in full under section 9(2)(b)(ii) of the Act, to protect information where the making available of the information would likely unreasonably prejudice the commercial position of the person who supplied the information.”

    Translation…..to prevent vaccine hesitancy by publicising true adverse events data, the NZ Ministry of Health puts the commercial interests of big pharma and political considerations over the health/lives of New Zealanders.

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    • Very good work & persistence there Toko. Thank you.

      “albeit in a form that meets the company’s legal obligations in
      New Zealand.”

      There is no one in New Zealand who explains how binding and double or triple faced the laws can be and what we signed up to.

      David Lange with Geoffrey Palmer and his ilk incorporating what ever principles that miraculously leaked into Treaty of Waitangi, and then fixed into NZ law to create supremacists, and remove “We are all one people”; one law for all ““He Iwi tahi tatou”

      John Key signing New Zealand up to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) from which leaks out 3 Waters and Council seats.

      Winston Peters, declaring it is not binding on New Zealand, but gives more sovereignty to the UN with his United Nations Global Migration Pact, which for the moment have temporary covidial hand brakes on.

      Further tribal/iwi treaty settlements are still coming, plus with more reviews.

      Going going gone, dumb arse kiwis Sold; to the most powerful manipulative bidders. by corrupt & ignorant but arrogant traitors. 🙁

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    • Toko, id take that to the ombudsman theyre clearly witholding information that goes against “safe and effective” mantra theyve been pushing.

      The safety of kiwis and “informed consent” should never be over ridden by a financial contract

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      • IAASB…
        Yes…will take it to the ombudsman foreknowing the likely response.

        Of particular interest to me, I asked MOH about the 70 kidney/renal failures from an undisclosed number of doses, of which 23 were fatal, that were in the American Pfizer Cumulative Analysis of Post Authorisation Adverse Event Reports. As I said, MOH admitted that they had that data and had chosen not to let those New Zealanders with underlying kidney disorders know that information before consenting to the Pfizer shot.

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    • So can we assume that this is the same data released by the court order in the US? If so then MOH and the politicians were fully aware of the serious adverse reaction early in 2021. Proof of criminality?

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  7. Imagine if you will,this scenario.
    Germany decides to buy Russian oil and gas in rubles.
    Russia will sell Germany rubles for gold,but all Germany’s gold is stored in America.
    Germany goes to America to get x amount of gold to pay for their oil and gas.
    But the USA doesn’t give them it.

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    • And one more thing. We were taught don’t pull a gun unless you are completely prepared to shoot to kill. If you pull a gun on someone and tell them to stand still and they start moving towards you, unless you actually shoot, and aim at centre of mass, the chances are that gun will be used against you. No warning shots, or aiming to wound. In that sceanrio its shoot, or be shot.

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  8. I now know many people close to me who have Covid. All are enthusiastically abused as filthy Ardern loving communists. I told a mate if he had decided his new gender pro nouns? He chose : They/Them/Ukraine.

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    • Auckland seems to be making very good connections with a sister city since 1972 aligning well in the increasing crime statistics trend.
      https://sistercitiesofla.org/sister-cities/auckland/

      …. increase in the levels of violence used during these robberies and the frequency in which a firearm was used…..
      .
      …. • Citywide Robberies are up 18 percent Year to Date compared to 2021, and up 5 percent compared to 2020;
      .
      • Year to Date, Citywide robberies with a firearm are up 44 percent (+221) compared to 2021, 57 percent (+261) compared to 2020, and up 60 percent (+270) compared to 2019.
      .
      • Year to Date, Citywide robberies with a firearm have accounted for 36 percent of all robberies and accounts for 74 percent of the City’s Year to Date total robbery increase. …..

      https://www.lapdonline.org/newsroom/lapd-chief-moore-addresses-spike-in-citywide-robberies-nr22081mc/
      .
      With some great advice tips to protect oneself.
      …. • In the event a person is approached during a robbery, especially when armed with a firearm, the department encourages victims not to resist.
      No property is worth the risk of loss of life. ….

      .
      Remember, to be helpful advise the thieves about when they are going over the maximum values that they are stealing.
      I figure there is something of that, that is recognized in New Zealand’s judiciary system.

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  9. Six to eight week delay getting cattle to the works, huge shortage of staff. Apparently according to the stock truck driver, you can test positive to a RAT test if you put orange juice on it, great for getting time off work. No wonder the country is fucked.

    FJA

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    • Huge clusterfuck at the works, we have 700 beefies to get away before dairy cows turn up end of may… they can take 100 late april.
      Dairy farmers are gunna get caught with cull cows again like the first lockdown, they wont be able to give them away yet your mince will still be 20bux+ a kg at supermarket.

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      • IAASB, Fuck it, take the boy out on another hunt, I bet he enjoyed that.
        Even I can still enjoy hunting, but I need to follow my own rules.
        1. Go as far as you can on a quad,
        2.don’t walk more than 100 metres
        3. sit down with bino’s
        4. only shoot above the track
        5. back wheels and back straps only.
        FJA

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        • Yea mate we’re off on thurs arvo for an overnighter on the tops, try find a stag this time.
          Gunna take 4 days off next week and hit the lakes with him and a mate, go chase roaring reds and fat rainbow trout.

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    • Well, SB, I am pleased that I live and wallow on the banks of the River of Filth. This is the same river that the very vain Chromed Domed Nude Nut will never understand, for he is not a man of the people, never was and never will be.

      If this Prick is not concerned enough to do something about the vast majority of this country’s concerns, like the Maorification of of New Zealand at a great rate of knots, then he will not be concerned when the public do not vote for his party, National, with both candidate and party votes..

      I will be pleased to put my vote to a candidate and party who cares about this country, come 2023 or sooner if this Government does this country a favour and falls over.

      On a scale of 1 to 10 of Disappointing Opposition Leaders, this Chrome Domed Prick has nearly the perfect score of 10.

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        • WO, yes and I look forward to seeing how Matt does, his Party’s long term policies and possible candidates to stand with him.

          I am in the very northern part of the Rangitikei electorate and it may be too early for Matt to have a candidate for this electorate for the election next year, however a party vote for his party may well be on the cards.

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    • Democracy is dead and locked out as access to OUR parliament is denied by the Duck even though an MP had made arrangements to meet with protesters and accept their petition.

      The gates are blocked and Parliament security and police officers are stationed at a barricade at the top of the stairs, stopping entry to the forecourt.

      They had planned to deliver the petition to National MP Chris Penk on the forecourt of Parliament on Tuesday – the first march onto the grounds since the 23-day occupation was ended by police on March 2

      Penk did come out from Parliament grounds to take the petition from the protesters and made a short speech to the group that was met with cheers.

      “Parliament is your house, not the politicians”

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  10. The MSM bleat long & bleat loud about being ridiculed & being seen as lackeys of Labour. Small wonder when we see the list of top current articles on the DomPost website. They’ve crossed the line between irrelevancy & inanity:

    1) Kiwifruit orchardists reduced to paying living wages for people to pick their fruit.

    2) Quiz about trivia

    3) Some biased bullshit about the Ukraine.

    4, 5 & 7) Crap about some useless black Yank whacking another useless black Yank.

    6) Lotto

    8) Our Defence Minister caught off guard. (this isn’t news but a natural result of natural stupidity)

    9) Kangaroo meat

    10) Another Trump smear.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/128196292/small-crowd-blocked-from-taking-petition-about-vaccines-into-parliament-grounds

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  11. Whether people who suffered heart conditions following their Covid-19 vaccinations develop long-term health problems is being looked into by the Ministry of Health. But not all of them want to take part in the study, with one saying the invitation to take part was “offensive”.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/29/pfizers-impact-on-patients-with-heart-side-effects-probed/

    “I had my vaccine on November 2 and had chest pain within three hours,” he told 1News. “It was almost like a stabbing pain in one spot, it wasn’t until a couple of days later the chest pains became twice as bad.”

    He said he has had “three trips to ED, four ambulance trips and countless GP visits”.

    Jonutz said he was denied a medical exemption and his ACC claim was not accepted at first because of insufficient medical data. He said he was not referred to a cardiologist through the public health system, so paid to see one privately.

    His claim was finally accepted after he saw the cardiologist on January 12 – an echocardiogram confirmed pericarditis.

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  12. When NZ was being settled there was no shortage of land for housing. So they had to make a shortage. It is a matter of record that parcels of land were artificially restricted so that men of means could have a ready supply of workers, who could only secure a home after considerable struggle and work.

    That’s not my view. It’s historical written records.

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    • Also they didn’t want people spreading out. So they built high density housing. There are areas around town where old houses are just an arms stretch apart. All over NZ.

      If that’s not bad enough to shock you, then check out the bank Ponzi scheme used to finance it.

      Sad to think some people base their entire self worth on such obvious bullshit. What a waste of a “life”

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    • They were different times Kea. Greytown in the South Wairarapa was originally surveyed into one acre sections in town annexed to forty acre blocks in the surrounding countryside. The intent was that the men built houses in town & rode out to work in their fields during the day. Like many contrivances imported from “the Old Country” it didn’t survive reality.

      Worth mentioning that while NZ’s pioneering stock were ambitious & as a rule hard working they weren’t generally overly intelligent nor educated. Instance the building of houses which all had their chimneys on the North facing side & the windows on the cold South wall. Why? That’s the way we did it “baaaack ‘oome”.

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    • Glaciers are complicated. Using them as evidence for climate changes over short time periods is futile. Further most places don’t have glaciers at sea level at similar latitudes, they are anomalous in more ways than one.

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  13. The Government has introduced its long-awaited Fair Pay Agreements bill to Parliament, and aims to pass it into law this year.

    It has softened several aspects of the proposed law – excluding contractors and allowing for some regional differences to be recognised in the agreements.

    But the business lobby opposes the law, saying it would hamstring business flexibility and result in higher wages.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300553017/government-introduces-fair-pay-agreements-bill-will-exclude-contracts-allow-regional-differences

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  14. From Newshub:

    Seymour argued the Treaty Principles Act says everybody in New Zealand has the same political rights and duties.

    But [Kelvin] Davis says the fact that Seymour “hasn’t engaged with any experts on the founding document of our country, or bothered to attend any of the Te Paparahi o Te Raki Waitangi Tribunal hearings up North over the past decade, says it all really”.

    He ended with: “How can you propose such radical and divisive change without understanding it?”

    ******
    Hang on just a goddam minute! WHO is proposing the radical and divisive changes?

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    • Leofric, quite right, but the question should be, who is pushing through these radical, divisive changes right now.

      Hint for Kelvin Davis to help him narrow it down, it ain’t David Seymour.

      But the question for Davis should be, Why would Seymour want to attend a racist Tribunal hearing where Honky or the vast majority of New Zealanders have no say in the matter or outcome?

      Davis, the epitome of an idiot. If the world needed a model idiot he would be it.

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      • Ancient Hooligan, I just can’t get my head around it. Anybody who, like Seymour, wants fair and square equality for everybody in the country is getting shouted down for being “racist” and “divisive”. It’s absolute fucking madness, white is black kind of stuff.

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        • Leofric, being shouted down by the likes of Willie Jackson, Davis, Tukaki and the likes, the reasons are twofold.

          One, they do not like their rhetoric being challenged and two, they do not like their perceived power and money stream being tampered with.

          Without the ability to debate, their arguments seem very weak.

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        • Leofric@1645

          If u recall, Don Brash met with the same response after deliverign his entirely-reasonabl ‘Orewa Bowling Club’ speech.

          Haters godda hate and jackson and co have perfected the art, aided and abetted by the media and young urban Maori who have been feed the lies for years and now believe them implicitly and don’t do their own research.

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    • Well of course they are long gone. Was a place of opium dens when I was a wee man.
      Think I saw Kea there late one night. Arm ond arm in a rubber sling with naaaska boy.

      Hence their obsession with crap houses.
      Be like home.

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      • We are not obsessed with any houses. We just don’t like Ardern fucking the economy to shelter house prices from market forces. Landlords have gotten more handouts than Māori and baby farmers combined.

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        • The soft cushy, waterbed life of a Kiwi landlord in two words:

          “Accommodation Supplements”…… bridging the gap between realistic rents & holidays in the south of France for the greedy scum who drive the prices of family homes beyond the reach of families.

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          • Ardern said she did it because kiwis rely on property for their retirement. So what about those investing in shares or bitcoins for retirement, why don’t they get Arderns protection?

            The fact nearly half of all private rental income comes from the tax payer is bad enough, but is trivial compared to the billions and billions of dollars in debt issued to create “capital gains” as the economy and housing demand collapsed due to lockdowns. Housing prices should have been left to crash.

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            • The point never debated is what would happen if the “accommodation supplements” went the way of the dodo tonight at 11.59pm. There would be the same number of houses & the same number of people requiring housing.

              The only thing that would change is that current renters couldn’t afford the current rent & there’d be a short reshuffle until rents went down in proportion to working peoples’ wages. The miserable old cunts renting out the properties would have to adjust rents downwards or sell up.

              IOW the market would sort itself out. The same number of people would be housed, the taxpayer would save a fortune & my grandkids could buy instead of slaving on the rent treadmill.

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    • nasska@1623

      I am old-enough to have been warned repeatedly to NEVER go into Newtown alone, otherwise ‘Johnny Chinaman’ would get you’ and subject you to an undefined ‘fate worse than death’, a point reinforced by the disappearance of a female relative in the same area. (No details, ‘Nuff said).

      Although we laugh now, at the time the ‘threat’ was very real.

      (Thought you might like to know).

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  15. This sounds like a lie. To cover for the part they played in the Mosque shooting / Gun buyback scam.

    They were fully aware of the alleged Israeli spies in Christchurch after the earthquake.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jul/16/israel

    And so was Clark back in 2004.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jul/16/israel

    Police expand internet intelligence collection team
    Prior to the mosque attacks, neither the police nor security agencies were doing this much with up-to-date tools.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/464209/police-expand-internet-intelligence-collection-team

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    • The Elites in NZ have been ignoring majorities for a 100 years. Why stop now? Dis-organised majorities are powerless. Which is the point of the division.

      Australia and New Zealand drank deeply from the Globalist Cool-Aid that the CIA was handing out post-WW2. We are now mostly brainwashed puppets, victims of the falling English Empire then caught in the tide of the rising American Empire. We have become tools of the US internationalists (Globalists), more so than even the American people themselves, who by accounts only are only about 50% injected.

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  16. I see the call on TV to vaccinate our tamariki as equivalent to Hanover finances adds that boasted they could weather any financial storm. They knew it was a lie and folded and ran when the first bad financial weather approached (to protect their profits). This time lets remember the arseholes who made the false advert, acted in it, broadcast it etc. and create retrospective law to take the money away and financially ruin those involved. They know what they did and they must pay for their infamy. My family has paid a huge price and especially those deceived into “vaccination” need their sacrifice recognised, forward compensation paid and the arsehole at the top jailed for life.
    Genocide is never nice and Ardern is un repentant killer.

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  17. What has walle done in 14 yrs?
    Never risen above backbencher!
    When wankers like twitford, clark, can rise above scum, why not her?
    Is she a screamer?
    Whats her retirement package?
    Obversely told told to fuck off to let the new person to make a impression!

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    • It took a while for the taniwha to emerge & start gulping down on “3 Waters”.

      For the first part it will be based on a sea bed that will need on going charges once the foundations are laid.

      Biding its time until the blades start spinnng, and then slicing of air can be charged for.
      In what form will that blow by to be the “4 Winds” racket for He Puapua?

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      • Sooty where do you get the idea that dredging the sea bed will happen?
        Minerals, like iron ore sands . : Stopped.
        Oil & Gas exploration at Sea : Stopped
        Trawling for Fish, limited now and more reason to be : Stopped.

        Surely New Zealand has learnt by now that ongoing rental reviews, to be called Koha, paid to Maori Trusts, that are not taxxed.
        What is not to be like, you little native Sooty.

        RM, thirsty & windy?
        To wash down the kai of the rich life for some:
        “buuurrrpp .” …. “Excusez-moi”… “hic”

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    • Hate to tell you but it is your money. The Super Fund is funded entirely by the taxpayer in order to supplement National Super when there are too many pensioners. To date it has done quite well but this smells like a political rather than an investment decision.

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  18. Brian Tamaki wins appeal to allow him to go on holiday

    Destiny Church pastor Brian Tamaki has been granted a bail variation to go on holiday next month.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/29/brian-tamaki-wins-appeal-to-allow-him-to-go-on-holiday/

    The decision was made because restrictions on outdoor gatherings ended for My Vaccine Pass users at 11.59pm on Friday, and will lift for everyone – even unvaccinated people – on 5 April. Tamaki’s holiday is planned for 16 April onwards.

    These restrictions were the basis for the charges against him, so there is no risk he could breach gathering laws and therefore his bail conditions.

    Tamaki has been under 24-hour home curfew for two months, after spending 10 days in jail in January. At the time, Judge Davison said the curfew would “mitigate the risk of … offending while on bail”.

    He denies four charges related to large Covid-19 protests he was at – the first of organising a protest at Auckland Domain in October 2021, when gathering limits were 10 people. The second, third and fourth charges relate to attending three other protests. He denies all charges.

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  19. Just a heads up.

    [Forwarded from Dave Oneegs Aussie chat
    😓🇺🇦🇷🇺
    There’s is true horror occurring in UKRAINE right now.
    Unthinkable tortures, crucifixions, stonings and people being burned at the stake.

    This type of cruelty is hard to watch let alone fathom.

    Be careful what you watch online.
    Those horrors won’t leave you.
    Take care of your mental health.

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    • BN…
      Man’s inhumanity to man.

      An appalling video out there of a young teacher tortured and killed and a swastika daubed on her body, purportedly by the Azov Battalion.

      Why can’t the leaders of these waring countries duke it out themselves without dragging in the innocents.. Can you imagine the entertainment value with Vlad in the ring with Volodymyr or even better, Vlad doing a couple of rounds with Cornpop’s nemisis.

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  20. “Morning landlord, pint of stout please”
    “Morning Paddy….there you go……where’s Mick today ?”
    “He’s at home, sat in the corner drooling and crapping himself”
    “”What….what happened ?”
    “Well, you know his hearing has not been so good lately so he decided to clean the wax out of his left ear….and….”
    “And……and what ?”
    “He pushed the cotton bud in too far and accidentally did a factory reset !”

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  21. How long will this take to be rolled out in New Zealand. 6 months? a year at most?
    We have been softened up to accept this, and not much room to side step it.
    Another version of the “vaccine health pass” or what I call looping into “data passport” to weigh you more for different aspects of “social credit scores”

    Doconomy launches credit card with a carbon-emission spending limit
    https://youtu.be/uNJwepeNdnY
    2 mins 10 secs :

    Swedish fintech company Doconomy has launched a credit card that tracks the carbon dioxide emissions of purchases, and caps the climate impact of users’ spending.

    The DO Black credit card directly connects our consumption to the impact it has on the planet, in a bid to encourage us to actively reduce our carbon footprint each day.

    Users can make their daily purchases with the DO card, tracking the carbon emissions associated with their spending via the DO app.

    The app uses a calculation system called the Åland Index to measure the CO2 produced with every transaction, and allows users to put limits on the climate impact of their spending.

    The technology is here now, just needing to roll out it, as for pensioners, then beneficiaries, government contractors, as you can see, already well practiced from voluntary to like the jabber mandates.

    Then all we need is a bureaucracy to Ardernite a decree, for all transactions to go through this system.
    Cash will be finished, so put it back into your account pr it will become null & void.
    A great way for fuel rationing, food rationing, travel, and what ever emergency that the government feeellzzz it needs more control over.

    Sure there will be glitches, bungles, but business’s ken&karens will all push for it to continue and incorporate even more controls.

    Eventually the Cards will most likely be programmed to who is “essential” with different grades to the “”shhhh” …. essential elite”.

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