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  1. Ashley Bloomfield, the lying cnut, was DG of Health, not DG of COVID.

    Hey Ashley, heard of measles? Cancer? Waiting lists? Depression?

    Thought not.

    Useless, stupid, dishonest lying hound doctor. Mengele and Bloomfield and the Devil would make good bed-mates.

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    • BGR , not to mention the 10s of thousands of people suffering in pain awaiting surgeries that just 1 billion of the 50 billion this feckless government have wasted on pie in the sky ideological fuckwittery would have addressed.
      On another looming disaster, if you are considering starting a building project especially a terraced apartment project STOP NOW AND PUT IT ON INDEFINITE HOLD OR LOSE YOUR PANTS BIGTIME.

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    • Based on anecdotal evidence, more people:

      {1] Have given up the will to live and fight to stay alive, and simply died with medical conditions that were not a death sentence.

      [2] Have given up the will to live and fight to stay alive and more importantly fight the medical system to get treatment that was denied to them because of
      (a)lockdown
      (b) Fear of going to hospital and catching Covid, even when it was available to them.
      (c) Denied treatment by Ivermetin and other now banned substances, which are used to treat other medical conditions. On this issue, not perhaps in NZ, but in places like Africa, treating for diseases and extreme allergies always starts with treating for parasites with things like Ivermectin, as parasites still remain the main cause of illness in African countries.

      [3] Have simply checked out by suicide.

      More people – than ever died of Covid despite the fact that the supposed Covid deaths are no different to the deaths we see annually through the flu, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases. ~ 3000+ per year, or 9 per day.

      That does not include false Covid death reports.

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      • That is something vaguely similar that I have come across too..

        It is not so tangible, and nor easy to identify or put a finger on.
        The change of “will” 🙂
        A sort of change of attitude. a change of evaluating life for one self.
        I figure I am in a part of trying to figure it out for myself as well.

        One of the triggers was when the Doctor told me that only medicine available would have to be treated with Remdesivir plus ventilator if I got Covid problems.

        It shows the deep control this government has taken over in our individual lives.
        But the worst part is that so many people have demanded this of the government in so many areas of our lives, where it is a governmental medical system has now been given the right to euthanize a covid patient.
        So many people are ok with that slippery slope, of believing it is good to act as God.
        And so they are ok withholding other health advice, like possibly using HCQ, Ivermectin with certain protocols.
        Many older people have on their case files, do not resuscitate, and that option is there.
        But it is the total unreasonableness, the mission creep, that has been stretched for other purposes.

        Then denying to me that “it is not possible to have problems with ‘dead vaccines’ “, despite my personal experience, and desperation a month before.

        Despite being in the best of health currently, it more than leaves a touch of foreboding going on into the future.
        Previously I had known I was adaptable, and able to make the best of things of circumstances, despite spending a month in hospital, and then recuperation.
        A confidence of coping, with what ever happens.

        Then the relentless agenda in so many ways, Covid health bills, Democracy, & Freedom being changed. etc. etc..
        Brings about uneasiness, inflation, government changes that take possession of everything, including life.

        Sure I know life is always about change, like people that went through the Depression Years, then WW2, but what seems to have changed, is the ability to face straight on and get the problems sorted, and at least knowing that you & pretty much every one has done the best they can at that time, with what they know.

        Is it like removing data, down grading knowledge, transitioning to “Discourse Consensus” to create an infantile FIGJAM process that accepts no challenge, no reasoning, no debate, no consideration, and stops or belittles all discussion. ?

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        • Good points S1,

          When you hear of people who survived exceptional circumstances that should have killed them, they “hung on.”

          Sometime when the odds are stacked, that can be as simple as fighting to remain conscious and not give in to the “heavy veil of sleep” that is trying to assert itself.

          We can all probably find people in our lives that have been through that, and the only difference between living and dying was a decision and intention.

          We also see this in stories in way where people survived all odds and fought back when their bodies were beyond it. Adrenaline and other body chemicals have a profound effect on the body, provided we choose to call them up.

          We have also heard this in war, business, personal strife and personal battles. Where in a person is facing insurmountable odds and they have to “dig deep” to summon up the strength to keep going.

          Often that strength is simple will power and a decision. Sometimes things keep getting worse and those people have to dig “even deeper” even when they didn’t think they could, to deal with things and finally come out on top.

          Reading biographies, and real life stories, you get a sense of these things.

          I always remember the case of Douglas Bader and his fight to stay alive in hospital after losing both legs.

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        • The biography of Douglas Bader I still recall a sense of.
          I think even in some parts he admits his own arrogance or ignorance, on occasion.
          The mistakes that were done, made him think more on things, and to learn more.

          Of course his famous determination, that made him figure things out a lot more.

          In part it seems that there is a phys-op on the go to reduce peoples hopes.
          Not being paranoid, as we are the ones that can create hope, look to the future.
          What we are resisting or starting to see that it is another force, government, definition of just what hopes we are allowed.

          To be no more than a cog in a machine.
          Even our free time is to be just considered a part of a maintenance program.

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      • I am hearing that with some churches, they have lost up to 2/3 of their vaccinated congregation over fear of coming to church and catching Covid, despite being fully vaccinated.

        If you apply that figure to going to hospital for non Covid operations or procedures, how many people delayed or skipped operations or procedures out of fear, and subsequently died? I know many on here have experienced delays in getting treated and getting long awaited operations.

        I have friends who, not vaccinated, have experienced no delays and very small waiting list times. Despite shortages of staff, it appears as if in some areas, they are not busy at all, and their calendars have gaps. These are for non urgent / non complex surgeries. Some have commented that the waiting time was 1/2 or 1/3 of what they would normally expect.

        Perhaps the 2/3 of church goers are also staying away from the hospitals.

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  2. On that subject the latest from Vaers.

    Numerous Health Problems More Likely Because of COVID-19 Vaccines Than Coincidence: VAERS Data Analysis
    By Petr Svab
    April 3, 2022 Updated: April 5, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    Various health problems reported by people after receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccine shots are more likely to have been caused by the vaccines than to be coincidental, according to an analysis of data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    VAERS has been flooded with more than 1 million reports of various health problems and more than 21,000 death reports since the introduction of the vaccines in late 2020. Some experts and public officials have downplayed the significance of the reports, noting that just because a health problem occurs after getting the vaccine doesn’t mean the problem was caused by it.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/numerous-health-problems-more-likely-due-to-covid-19-vaccines-than-coincidence-vaers-data-analysis_4380017.html?utm_source=top5noe&utm_campaign=top5-2022-04-06&utm_medium=email&est=FAWgDdD49nMef1sDCqrenta9QAae7HrMr9BSm6K38k9YiDn%2FiWVRR%2Fk9na6JRag%3D

    However, a deeper analysis of the data indicates that many of the adverse effects are more than just a coincidence, according to Jessica Rose, a computational biologist who’s been studying the data for at least nine months.

    “The safety signals being thrown off in VAERS now are off the charts across the board,” Rose told The Epoch Times.

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    • …. For in much wisdom is much grief, And he who increases knowledge increases sorrow…..
      Ecclesiastes 1:18 : New King James Version

      Because In much wisdom there is much indignation: and he that addeth knowledge, addeth also labour.
      Douay-Rheims Bible

      10% pffffftt :—– No time off for you slave, as so many need your labour and your riches, privileges, to live life as they “know” they deserve ‘it’.

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  3. I like the one about the “blonde” airline stewardess. A very aloof attorney came on the plane about to leave New Orleans and pushed a box of fresh water crabs into the stewardess hands!! ” I’m a lawyer and if you don’t take care of these crabs I will sue you and this airline”!!! She properly stowed the box, the plane departed and the plane landed at the destination. At the end of the flight the Stewardess came on the intercom and announced “Would the Lawyer who gave me the crabs back in New Orleans please identify themselves??”. Everyone departed the plane …. and the (blonde) stewardess took the crabs home and ate them..🖖

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  4. Significant Media Bias During ‘Conversion Therapy’ Debate – Analysis

    An in-depth analysis of the media coverage of the ‘conversion therapy’ bill which was passed in Parliament in February has found that support for the law received a heavily biased share of the media coverage during the campaign period.

    The analysis looked at 126 New Zealand-based media articles and opinion pieces as they appeared online during the debate between August 2020 and February 2022. There were 102 unique news items and 24 opinion pieces. Biases were assessed using four specific measures: the headline and images used, the number of people quoted within each piece arguing one or other side of the debate, and the proportion of content arguing each side of the issue.

    The objective of the analysis was to assess the extent to which the set of articles and op-eds, as a whole, provided balanced coverage of both sides of the debate – consistent with the New Zealand Media Council’s first principle of “accuracy, fairness and balance.”

    Key findings were: (as we would expect on YSB)

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/significant-media-bias-during-conversion-therapy-debate-analysis/?fbclid=IwAR3msKoGvlPFwaeu3MzzCaxIkkpJnUoCybTgmfG34mz2YCaqG3bQUSq5ORE

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  5. If you think the Health System in this country is fucked now, here is the reason is shortly to be well and truly fucked in the long term, when Ardern and this incompetent Government gets rid of the DHB’s and puts equally incompetent people of low skill in charge of the Health System. Read it and weep.

    Barry Soper opines:

    “Their new bosses don’t have a patch on Bloomfield’s academic or practical background experience but they appeal to Ardern and that’s important as she reshapes the public service.

    The new head honchos in health are both middle-aged women, conveniently coming from demographics with the worst health outcomes, up until now.

    New Zealand-born Samoan Margie Apa, chief executive of Counties Manukau Health, will take over the big role at Health NZ. Riana Manuel, a former nurse who worked her way up through the Māori healthcare ranks, takes over the other body.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/barry-soper-why-there-was-no-point-sticking-around-for-ashley-bloomfield/OSLFTGIDSO5WL5VXVO57X6D2BM/

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  6. Apartheid coming to New Zealand.
    Passed yesterdays first reading in Parliament.
    Is there much in the media, radio, tv, newspapers, or just a cursory note.

    Rotorua District Council (Representation Arrangements) Bill

    The bill would provide for the Rotorua District Council to be comprised of:
    one general ward with three seats
    one Māori ward with three seats
    one mayor elected at large
    four seats at large.

    Submissions are now being accepted
    13 days left
    Closing date: 20 Apr 2022 NZ Time

    https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/sc/make-a-submission/document/53SCMA_SCF_BILL_121327/rotorua-district-council-representation-arrangements

    https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/sc/how-to-make-a-submission/

    Even if there are tens of thousands of submissions, Labour, Greens, & Maori Party have the majority in government to get this through.
    But a high number of submissions, should activate and give heart to ACT & Matt King’s Democracy NZ to be more forceful and get their points out to the public.

    “He Iwi tahi tatou” – “We are one people”

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    • S1, if this goes through as it has every chance of doing, then the concept of, One Man, One Vote, is lost to this country.

      Blame, Ardern, her Government and the very weak National Party opposition to this Bill. This is an opportunity for Luxon to be very strong, forceful and demonstrate he is a Leader for the majority of New Zealanders.

      Regretfully he is and will be missing in action.

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        • S1, I find it very interesting that the flag of the United Tribes is exactly the same as the old British Shipping Company who traded into New Zealand into the 1980’s, Shaw Savill and Albion Line.

          So are these people who fly the United Tribes flag in fact flying the House Flag of the old Colonial shipping company, Shaw Savill Line?

          They would not know what they are flying.

          https://collections.rmg.co.uk/media/366/809/rp_13_26.jpg

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        • S1, Hooligan, i believe that flag came about before new zealand was officially formed or at least pre treaty by a few maori tribes.
          Ships cargo could be confiscated/unprotected from plunder if it wasnt flying its countries flag, they werent british and nz wasnt official so early traders here adopted the tribal nations flag and traded under that for a few years.

          Edit here ya go…
          The idea of a flag to represent New Zealand first arose when the New Zealand-built trading ship Sir George Murray was seized in Sydney for sailing without a flag or register in 1830. British navigation laws applied in Australia and ruled that every ship must carry an official certificate that included the nationality of the ship. New Zealand was not yet a British colony, so could not sail under a British flag or register. With no flag to represent the islands, trading ships and their cargoes could be confiscated.[18] While a temporary licence was granted for the Sir George Murray by New South Wales authorities, it was clear that a more permanent solution was needed. Busby was approached by Maori chiefs in 1833 about the matter of a flag. Busby asked Reverend Williams and the Colonial Secretary Richard Bourke in New South Wales for assistance, and, with additional consultation with tribal leaders, three designs were drawn up.

          On 20 March 1834, three designs were put to 25 northern Maori chiefs at Waitangi by James Busby and Captain Lambert of the man-of-war HMS Alligator. By a vote of 12-10-3, the design now widely known as the United Tribes Flag was chosen. British, American, and French representatives witnessed the ceremony, which included a 13-gun salute from the Alligator.

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          • Thanks Iaasb

            In part I wandering at the prevalence of the flag this year and how it connects to being “United Tribes Flag”

            I know where it was flown by one lot of maoris, who got ordered to take it down and it was replaced by the:—-
            The national Māori flag, called Tino Rangatiratanga,
            https://www.twinkl.co.nz/teaching-wiki/national-maori-flag

            That maori family were not happy to be ordered to make that change.

            I wish to know more of where the ones who seem to be at home in flying it, to just what significance and meaning it is to fly the “United Tribes Flag”.
            Seeing that what was understood centuries ago, has often moved on, then revisionists change things, and then ‘intent’.

            It relates to a “Declaration of Independence in 1835”.
            where no foreigners could make laws
            https://nzhistory.govt.nz/culture/declaration-of-independence-taming-the-frontier

            Sort of recognized, by some and not by others, eventually leading to the Treaty of Waitangi.

            Is it like a “Confederate Flag” 🙂

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      • Now is the time for an opposition party to shine.

        If white people won’t save democracy in New Zealand, maybe Asian, Indian, Pacific Islanders and other non-Maori will have to step up to the task.

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        • CO… Winston peters will have a “hold my beer” moment to prove you wrong.

          He fucked the country because he was scorned by the nats, now the truth is seeping out that cindy and co hoodwinked him… i hate the guy but hes one of the few with the knowledge and potential power to put an end to this racial takeover shit

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          • Have to disagree with you SB. Peters is
            as cunning as a shithouse rat. NZ First has always been Peters First. That career parasite held the country to ransom for the better part of 25 year’s angling for the best deal for himself. I wouldn’t trust the prick as far as I could kick him. He is not in
            the media limelight anymore because he is irrelevant and WAY past his ‘use by’ date.

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      • Luxon is not weak. Luxon and his party basically agree with everything the tyrant is doing and their lack of opposition is not due to weakness; rather, it is an example of good teamwork.

        These people are working towards the destruction of the former New Zealand on every economic, societal and racial level and their progress has been staggeringly successful so far.

        History will show that Zimbabwe and Venezuela have nothing on Aotearoa.

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        • Luxon is not weak.
          Correct; We under estimate Luxon at our peril

          Just as many have under estimated Ardern, when she really is a high achiever, in pushing & “ratshitting” onward the global agenda.

          Anything you consider as deficient, or shameful, is easily rationalized and considered collateral damage.
          So those parts are not so openly bought up to debated, or even discussed.

          The side issues, gumboots?, where’s Clarke? announcements of announcements, distract, suck the time & energy from those who oppose her while relentlessly she does the 2 steps forward, and 1 back, but ongoing.

          Luxon like National that started co-governance with the Waikato River will seek to look more efficient, but not change the agenda that is set up.

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    • Do not forget to customize your submission and send it to your local electorate MP, and also any list MP that you know.
      Question just what principles they sit on and declare that you do not vote for Groucho Marx.
      Sure they may be seat warmers, but at least they may feel the cool breeze blowing around their nether regions.

      “He Iwi tahi tatou” – “We are one people”

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    • This Bill has passed it’s first reading and not gone to the Justice Select Committee who after all look at matters related to the Constitution of this Country and Electoral Matters.

      No, instead this Government sent this Bill to the Maori Affairs Select Committee. And note the proposer of this Bill is Tamati Coffey who is also Chairman of the Select Committee hearing this Bill.

      Here are the Members of the Select Committee who will ignore the submissions and push this Bill through.

      Tamati Coffey – Chairman – Labour
      Arena Williams – Labour
      Shanan Halbert – Labour
      Haret Hipango – National
      Joesph Mooney – National
      Teanau Tuiono – Greens
      Rawiri Waititi – Maori Party

      There are fuck all non Maori on this Select Committee so expect this Bill to go through.

      I would urge you to make a submission through S1’s link above, contact you local MP and let him know how you feel about this Bill. Be outspoken or be prepared to kiss Democracy in this country, goodbye.

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    • Edit, on the same track as “The Ancient Hooligan” 🙂

      It seems very little about this is in the news papers or radio, and I guess not on tv, (not viewed tv for years and only through incidental links)

      So this Bill is NOT sent to the Justice select committee who ;—-
      .
      “looks at business related to constitutional and electoral matters”.
      https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/sc/scl/justice/
      .
      Passed to the Māori Affairs select committee :—–

      looks at business related to Māori affairs and Treaty of Waitangi negotiations.
      .
      Chairperson Tamati Coffey
      Labour PartyList
      .
      Deputy – Chairperson Arena Williams
      Labour Party Manurewa
      .
      MemberPaul Eagle
      Labour Party Rongotai
      .
      Member Shanan Halbert
      Labour Party Northcote
      .
      Member Harete Hipango
      National Party List
      .
      Member Joseph Mooney
      National Party Southland
      .
      Member Teanau Tuiono
      Green Party List
      .
      Member Rawiri Waititi
      Te Paati Māori Waiariki

      https://www.parliament.nz/en/pb/sc/scl/maori-affairs/tab/mp
      .
      So that is the lens on how this will be looked at; then on that basis be enforced.
      .
      Such a place for such odium to arise where any opposing this can be called some form of racist.
      This is so the claim of ‘affirmative action’ can be positioned as a ‘brown-wash’ to “white wash” any opposition.//

      Their sense of smell has long gone into systemic institutionalized racism along with the increasing feed trough.
      Can local government get any worse? in a year or next election cycle, we will have that experience.

      The National Party opened the gates with co governance of the Waikato River system and continues with that.
      .
      “He Iwi tahi tatou” – “We are one people”

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  7. So why were there recent reports of qualified English GPs returning to the UK because their residency was not being processed by Immigration? Is the clown car crashing our health system as well as the economy? 🤡

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/04/the-detail-the-urgent-need-for-more-gps.html
    New Zealand is facing a serious shortage of GPs. Many family doctors will be hitting retirement age over the next decade and we’re not training enough people to replace them – The Detail asks, what do we need to do about it?

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    • ……”we’re not training enough people to replace them”…….

      It doesn’t matter how many we train. They qualify with massive student debt & get treated as slave labour in hospitals for the first years of their careers. As soon as they can they buy a one way ticket to a country that values real doctors. Our health system would totally collapse if it weren’t for third world doctors seeking employment.

      If we wanted an easy fix we would make studies for a medical degree free & offset the monetary cost by quadrupling the fees for degrees in Women’s Studies, Journalism & Political Science.

      I doubt though that the idea would get much traction in parliament.

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    • From Hunty’s link:

      ……”To the Prime Minister, the health minister, the federal health department and all those in the Senate and the House of Representatives — all of you who have perpetrated this crime — I direct one question: how the hell do you expect to get away with it?

      We’re not going to let you get away with it. We won’t let you get away with it. We are coming for you. We have the stamina to hound you down and we damn well will.”……

      This could have been you Luxon. Were you not a spineless, poll chasing fruitfly you could have been a statesman like Senator Roberts.

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  8. Little lying again

    Dr Ashley Bloomfield ‘just didn’t have enough’ left to lead ministry post-major reforms – Health Minister
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/dr-ashley-bloomfield-just-didn-t-have-enough-left-to-lead-ministry-post-major-reforms-health-minister.html

    The upcoming reforms will see the Ministry of Health move into more of a strategic and policy-orientated role, while the Government is establishing a new body, HealthNZ, to replace the current 20 District Health Boards and oversee health services. The Māori Health Authority has also been created to focus on equitable outcomes for Māori.

    Little said there will continue to be a Director-General, who will “still be kind of the leader of the health system, the apex of the health system”, but changes are afoot.

    “There are some people who are being transferred to HealthNZ and Māori Health Authority. There is more of that to go. Also just focusing the ministry on what we need it to do, that it does best, which is the policy development, the analysis, the advice to ministers and those sorts of things, and being kind of the overall system sort of steward.

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  9. But Robbo said it would be all sweet later in the year. //

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/04/independent-economist-warns-new-zealand-will-see-a-different-economic-outlook-at-the-end-of-the-year-as-inflation-hits.html
    An independent economist is was warning New Zealand will see a different economic outlook at the end of the year as inflation hits.

    Bagrie said there is a “fundamental inflation problem out there” and he expects to see inflation get up to around seven percent.

    It comes as New Zealand goes through a cost of living crisis with Kiwis spending on average an extra $4000 and $5000 in the past 12 months on basics such as food, rent and fuel. The majority of the increase is fuel with an extra $678 a year at the pump on average.

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    • If New Zealanders need $4,000 to $5,000 more, just to stay in the same place, then either wages will have to rise (with the increasing costs passed on to the consumer) or else people will further cut back on discretionary spending.

      What is your discretionary spending?
      – Red wine over $10 a bottle
      – Restaurants and bars
      – Shows, cinemas and festivals
      – International vacations
      – New consumer durables
      – Non-essential education and training courses
      – Branded clothing
      – Luxury foods

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        • I recall the quote of the Red Queen from “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll.

          “Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!”

          The greater part of my expenditure is on maintenance, taxes, rates and insurance, just to maintain what I already have. I would spend only a tiny proportion on “treats, luxuries and new toys.”

          As one example, I am about to spend over $3,000 for the replacement of a 32-year-old hot-water cylinder (the electrician’s and plumber’s fees combined). All this, just to maintain the status quo. I can’t imagine spending $3,000 on 10 days in Tokyo at the moment (even though I would very much like to).

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      • I’m a home drunk. Chardonnay $16-20 a bottle. Gordons gin and Fosters beer. Over here Id spend anywhere between 180-200 bucks a week on grog. $200 a week on food. Petrol, electricity, toys etc, another 200 a week. Dont smoke dont gamble. Dinner out twice a week with booze $160. Single, no kids. Lovin it. I wear shorts, tee shirt and jandles everyday. What a catch. Ladies…form an orderly queue. ( not you birdy🐦)

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      • OS, since the start of covid weve pretty much cut spending on every one of those things and some.

        I thought doom and gloom would have happened mid 2020 so panicked and prepared for a massive downturn but theyve just kept kicking the can down the road which has allowed us to put ourselves in a far better position. We still live more frugal life but actually enjoy it, value for money in nz has gone out the window, we went out for tea last weekend… 1st time in 3yrs, im loathed to spend money on 1 meal that would usually buy almost a weeks groceries.
        Next to no wasteful spending in our household, covid crap and seeing rough waters ahead has completely changed our spending habbits.

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  10. Kia ora katoa bro

    When I emigrated to the former New Zealand from the Disunited Kingdom many years ago, I did so in order to reconnect with my cultural roots after generations of colonial oppression.

    My great grandfather, the brave tētēkura/warrior Mikaere Himi, was forced to leave his 19th century homeland due to tribal conflict and take up the life of a travelling showman doing war dances the Haka at the fairgrounds in what was then known as England. It was there that he met Agnes my great grandmother and the rest, as they say, is history.

    So therefore, given my noble whakapapa, I hope you will accept this application for my cancer operation and I look forward to an early decision as the tumor is growing almost as fast as Aotearoa’s national debt.

    Ngā mihi nui

    Dave Whiteman

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    • Sorry mate, with a name like Dave Whiteman, your fucked. go to the back of the queue. Uppity Colonial prick.

      If you had put “Rawe Pakeha” on your Hospital form, there would have been no problems or delays and a food parcel would have been delivered to your doorstep as well.

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  11. The Business editor at NewstalkZB has to be completely clueless to allow twaddle like this to be published:

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/business/christchurch-tenants-ordered-to-pay-landlord-10-000-after-damage-meth-use-robbery-abandonment/?fbclid=IwAR0FZsw9VrM9zIu1wLOFuzBDcbJZAB2CQ6H7t_iZBGFisnLzYH7thm1Iw8k

    Sounds like the landlord won a decent prize in Lotto, doesn’t it.
    Big payout Bollocks.

    Never mind that nearly half is unpaid rent – thats getting a service without paying for it. Theft. Fraud.
    Or that the compensation awarded will probably be paid out at $5 a week for the first two weeks and then defaulted.
    And $4k is only the excess on the insurance claim. The rest of the damage is free because insurance pays for it. //
    Now the damage has been ruled deliberate, I hope the insurance company goes after them for the rest of the cost of repairs.
    Someone has to start making examples of Courtney Hanna and Mark Francis.
    They are the reason there is a rental crisis in NZ.
    Who’d want to be a landlord?

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    • ……”Who’d want to be a landlord?”……

      Plenty of people would & too many actually do it thereby depriving young families of the pride of ownership. All you need to do is put down a deposit then the rent pays the outgoings & mortgage. If you can’t convince the tenant that the leak in the roof is their fault then you may have to do some maintenance & a coat of paint every twelve or so years forestalls the local council from declaring it to be a derelict house.

      Other than that, insure it well then sit back & wait for the untaxed capital gains.

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      • Landlords provide a roof over the heads of those who dont have the discipline to save a deposit to buy a home for themselves. Forget about the latest car, the latest cellphone, the designer clothes. They come later.
        A plan, sheer hard work and determination will pay off. Asisde from winning lotto or an inheritance, there is no other way. Fail to plan-plan to fail.

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        • Mikey poos, landlords get hundreds of millions in tax payer subsidies for rent. In addition – your benefactor, Jacinda Ardern, has devastated the economy to create artificial capital gains and a fake market, through money printing.

          Landlords should be forced to pay back 35% of their properties value and every cent of rent subsidies received under the Ardern regime. Give them a week to pay up or every single thing they own gets seized and confiscated. No exceptions and no appeals.

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    • They will never get that money. If the debter defaults the judgment creditor has to pay out more money to seek enforcement.

      Mikey doesn’t know this as he gets his rent benefit from the tax payer.

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      • The taxpayer doesn’t pay much of the rent.\Most people pay their rent out of their earnings.
        So the people who don’t/can’t are the ones who are being propped up.
        Perhaps you can get them working or at least stop wasting the money they do get.

        Then again you could ask the Govt. to stop wasting taxpayers money on shit like vaccines, advertizing, weddings, flying around on the air horse, consultamnats, unions , the list is a mile long.

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  12. Where was clarkE, in Dec 2017?
    Paddy Moriarty and his dog went missing after visiting the pub in Larrimah.
    Outback Northern Territory.
    Was he fed to the croc, or what. Substantial reward available.

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    • A good tie in with Paul Weston’s video, that sees those changes in the postive.

      Russia Is CRUSHING the GREAT RESET as New World Order IMPLODES!!!
      https://youtu.be/WGn9MGjuEr4?t=100
      13 minutes 10 secs : Apr 6, 2022 : Dr. Steve Turley
      Set to start after the optimistic adverts. 🙂

      Turley sees more pitfalls for the hypocrisy of the New World Order.
      Shows up the cheer leaders of the legacy media, which is pushing for the New World Order.

      Now I hope that optimism can help ferment changes in New Zealand.

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  13. Right you lot down south. Me and the wonderful
    Mrs. Bon are going on a road trip, heading down to
    Invercargill and maybe over the West coast/ glaciers.
    Would love some local knowledge on things to do and
    see around Southland, Otago, West Coast etc. We are in
    Christchurch. TIA.

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  14. I just politely informed a mask retard that pulled up next to me in the warehouse carpark that they dont need to wear a mask while driving alone in their car… just blank dead eyes stared back at me then zombie march to the door, not even a thank you, what a rude cnut 🙂

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      • Ffs parked up outside the pharmacy now as mate needs a RAT to travel back to aus… a large woman and her severely overweight son waddled to the car next to us, she was double masked, once in they both pulled out hand sanitiser and double sanitised their hands and phones wtf!!!
        My mate has been back for 10 days and absolutely blown away at brainwashed kiwis, he said theres masked sheep over there but NZ is off the charts covid crazy and cant believe the amount of muppets walking and driving alone wearing masks.

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          • CO, I have neighbours, a couple of Canadians. he wears almost full PPE gear to mow his fucking lawn. Mask, gloves, safety goggles, safety boots, full regalia. I am just shocked she does not hold a red flag in front of him while he is mowing and place safety cones around the edges of their property to warn the public.

            They are absolute softcocks, but he being a school teacher who, in his spare time writes children’s books probably explains it. No wonder the children of this country have become so limp wristed with this as an example.

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            • Omg Hooligan i would be out mocking that muppet everytime he mows the lawns!

              Now to make your mind boggle imagine their process to have safe sex… be like a full on biohazard event with every form of contraception on hand plus a full body condom.

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    • On a more positive note I was just served a a Bunnings store by an unmasked lady. We had a brief conversation as there were other people waiting after I remarked that it was nice to see another face. I won’t relay it all but she finished with Jacinda adhern is not going to tell me what to do.

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      • 👏👏👏 to the lady at Bunnings

        I went out to lunch today and didn’t comply either. Everyone else were wearing masks but the wait-staff didn’t say anything to me about not wearing one. They said customers are starting to return now.

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        • I went out to coffee today, no mask, then off to The Base for shopping, went into about 6 stores, no mask and did not even get asked for the exemption either not once, I do admit I have an attitude of, ‘just you fucking ask me to produce it’ I guess but at the end of the day masks are so 2020.

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    • If the data presented is accurate you could say that the unvaccinated are 60% more likely to be hospitilised than the vaccinated.
      7% population unvaxed but 11% hospitilised.
      Now I am not saying this is the case as I trust the figures about as much as I would trust door to door salesmen. Just saying be careful how figures are presented.

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    • That is all 120 of those sewer rats
      in Parliament. And all their ‘officials’
      secretaries, ‘press ‘officers’ and every
      other skidmark on the taxpayer funded
      gravy train. Wankers, all of them.

      Enjoy your evening.
      Bon out.

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    • It’s quite simple really. Any pedantic, Cindy worshipping arseholes who enforced vaccine passes over the past four months might as well keep their policies because hell will freeze over before I darken their doorways again.

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      • Good. We need to be loyal to the local producers. Go out and find the mask free traders now, before the Nazi maskers slither into the darkness. I’ve found this a true test of human: do you enforce the covid mandates or not. “I hold at your neck the gom jabbar. It kills only animals.”

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  15. Would the country be any better off if National got in?

    Winston Peters
    @winstonpeters
    The PM said on Monday “co-governance – I feel like it’s becoming an increasingly politicised term”. It has. And over the past two years Labour has been the one that made that happen.

    Late last night a piece of legislation was advanced in parliament to give Rotorua District Council three Maori wards. The legislation ultimately means that Rotorua voters on the general roll would have just a 40% say in their own local democracy.

    Our democracy is now being eroded by stealth and your parliament is pushing for it to happen.

    We should never allow this racist separatist ideology of the wokester left to seep into our country’s 150 year old democracy.

    A Labour MP said last night that “democracy is Greek…and there is nothing stopping us from tweeking democracy to make it suit us…”

    This is who they are. This what they want to do. This is surely time for kiwis to wake up. We cannot allow this to happen.

    https://twitter.com/winstonpeters/status/1511853960017039363

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  16. It seeems that after screwing the taxpayer via Meridian and capitalizing on the highest aluminum prices for yonks, the smelter now has to curtail some production.
    They never got the forhh pot line running so still well below capacity.
    Anyway the reason for cutting production.
    Not enough rain to make the power.

    And people want to build a couple of data sheds down there as well.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/128293945/smelter-cuts-production-after-transpower-warns-of-possible-power-shortage

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  17. The New York Times Discovers Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis at War

    That might seem like a big story – a US-backed military operation, which has inflicted thousands of mostly civilian casualties, is being spearheaded by neo-Nazis. But the consistent pattern of the mainstream US news media has been – since the start of the Ukraine crisis – to white-out the role of Ukraine’s brown-shirts.

    Only occasionally is the word “neo-Nazi” mentioned and usually in the context of dismissing this inconvenient truth as “Russian propaganda.” Yet the reality has been that neo-Nazis played a key role in the violent overthrow of elected President Viktor Yanukovych last February as well as in the subsequent coup regime holding power in Kiev and now in the eastern offensive.

    https://truthout.org/articles/nyt-discovers-ukraines-neo-nazis-at-war/

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    • Where the real Neo Nazis are located and where their confernces are hosted.Where ? Putin’s Russia of course,

      One of the worst ways Putin is gaslighting the world on Ukraine
      Putin isn’t fighting neo-Nazism. He nurtures it, making his pretext for invading Ukraine even more repellent.

      Among Russian President Vladimir Putin’s many fantastical pretexts for invading Ukraine, the urgent need for its “denazification” may be the most preposterous. Ukraine isn’t free of domestic extremists, but Putin’s claims are pure disinformation. In fact, the Russian strongman has been supporting neo-Nazis and white supremacists for years, including mercenaries and separatists who have waged war on Ukraine since 2014. 
      Putin isn’t fighting neo-Nazism. He nurtures it, making his gaslighting about Ukraine even more repellent.

      https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/putin-nazi-pretext-russia-war-ukraine-belied-white-supremacy-ties-rcna23043

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  18. John Ruddick 🌸
    @JohnRuddick2
    The Sun: ‘AFTER SHOCK. Urgent warning to anyone who’s had Covid in the last six months over new deadly side effect. People who caught the bug less than half a year ago are more likely to get blood clots.’

    Wonder whether COVID is the real culprit?

    https://twitter.com/JohnRuddick2/status/1511991699920539657

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/health/18184590/warning-covid-deadly-side-effect/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebarweb

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