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  1. BGR ,Shanghai has gone “bat soup crazy” how fitting it would be if this tiny revolt spins out of control and leads to the removal of the 10,000 filthy elite that have enslaved those 1400 million people..

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  2. One thing I noticed on yesterday’s trip was the number of large busses driving around with nobody on them. Meanwhile AT is bleating about having no money. Why don’t they get a load of 10 seater vans for these routes? How hard can it be to work out how many people are likely to catch the bus? Firing half the management wouldn’t be a bad idea either, they would appear to have no idea what they’re doing and are no doubt grossly overpaid. A few years working in the private sector would sharpen up their planning and wipe out their money wasting urges.

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    • I know a bus driver. He told me that the council pay his bus company $250 for each run the bus makes, since the bus company could never cover its operating costs with only one or two Gold-Card passengers per run.

      I can’t understand why such large buses are allowed to run so empty.

      The huge losses of that Huia train service between Hamilton and Auckland shows that the management don’t seem to know what services the market wants.

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      • Aha, it’s not the services we want, it’s the services they believe we must use. If they have to price petrol out of reach and give us free buses then that is what they will do to finally achieve their goal. They believe it is just a matter of re-education…
        FJA

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        • AT would appear to be driven by ideologically driven career bludgers and staffed by cretins who have no real life experience. They seem to realise they have landed in a trough and will do anything to protect that. As they say, a fish rots from the head.

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      • During last year’s lockdown, Auckland buses kept running on their normal schedules. Occasionally they had one passenger, mostly they were empty. No doubt the management convinced themselves they were doing it for a good reason. Something to do with carbon, maybe….

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    • Buses, like taxis’ were and remain are the last of the fully regulated past.
      Bus companies ahjve no say where they go, when they can go and indeed if they are even allowed to run a bus,.
      Of course thet tramways guys fund the labour party.

      Way past time these regs were dumped and bus companies had to compete on an open market.
      Its the last of the past dinosaurs.
      Look what has happened to the efficiency of transport since they could run their own businesses without some idiot who is part of a vast army of they know best running their lives.

      all they ever do is drain the taxpayers and ratepayers cash and the same are held in high esteem by city planners, who are no better. Infact i think they sleep together and spawn more like themselves.

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  3. We’re off and racing: PM to call election today

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison will head to Yarralumla in Canberra today to ask Governor-General David Hurley to name the election date.

    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/australia-news-live-scott-morrison-expected-to-call-federal-election-for-late-may-as-soon-as-this-morning-20220401-p5aa5a.html

    Scott Morrison takes credit for saving 40,000 lives from Covid in social media pitch for re-election

    Anthony Albanese says Labor the underdog and prime minister treating the election as a ‘game’

    Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has called on Scott Morrison to call an election, after the Prime Minister spent a Saturday at home rather than visiting the governor-general.
    Saturday mornings are a traditional time for prime ministers to pay a visit to the governor-general to call an election.
    But Mr Morrison did not do so, even as he fast runs out of days in which he can pull the trigger on the upcoming vote.

    this will be interesting.

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  4. Seems to be a growing expectation that National led by Luxon will win next year!
    Out of the pan and into the fire!
    The same left lurching policies probably all promoted in Te Reo so they are incomprehensible to 90% of New Zealand.
    As for reversing the legislation that is destroying our lives , forget it.
    Big government with the same politicians appointed for life ,
    MMP ensures the voters vote is meaningless .
    Please please let me be wrong!

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  5. Bombshell intervention in teacher vaccine challenge

    Queensland’s Human Rights Commission has claimed a direction requiring teachers and early childcare workers to be fully vaccinated is not justified, and outside the chief health officer’s power.

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  6. There were two evil brothers. They were rich, and used their money to keep their ways from the public eye. They even attended the same church, and looked to be perfect Christians.

    Then, their pastor retired, and a new one was hired. Not only could he see right through the brothers’ deception, but he also spoke well and true and the church started to swell in numbers. A fund-raising campaign was started to build a new assembly.

    All of a sudden, one of the brothers died. The remaining brother sought out the new pastor the day before the funeral and handed him a cheque for the amount needed to finish paying for the new building. “I have only one condition,” he said. “At his funeral, you must say my brother was a saint.” The pastor gave his word, and deposited the cheque.

    The next day, at the funeral, the pastor did not hold back. “He was an evil man,” he said. “He cheated on his wife and abused his family.” After going on in this vein for a small time, he concluded with,

    “But compared to his brother, he was a saint.”

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  7. Chantelle Baker being questioned, just as Guy Hatchard was in the last few days.

    Newshub tried to come after me for the Jacinda video.
    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=955409078501205&aggr_v_ids%5B0%5D=955409078501205&notif_id=1649533372325069&notif_t=watch_follower_video&ref=notif
    3 mins 51 secs : 9th April 2022 : Chantelle Baker

    It seems that Chantelle is on hot on the trail, to reveal even more, and why the system are attempting to drag her down in the near future, just as the today’s hit job on Sue Grey.

    This is the video Chantelle Baker made, that mainstream media should be also looking into.

    Is this part of the reason Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield re …… …..
    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1336561776829716&extid=CL-UNK-UNK-UNK-AN_GK0T-GK1C&ref=sharing
    4 mins 48 secs : 7th April 2022 : Chantelle Baker

    Go for it Chantelle. 🙂

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    • A trifle gloomy methinks. John Clarke was more positive when he penned: 🙂

      “If we stand in the queue with our hats on
      we can borrow a few million more.
      We don’t know how lucky we are, mate
      We don’t know how lucky we are.”

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  8. When you see the pathetic Keith Lynch attempt to re-write the NZ Vaxxed story in Stuffed this morning
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/explained/128260674/omicron-nz-a-covid19-reality-we-may-need-to-live-with
    “On a population level, the current Covid vaccines are leaky and simply don’t offer anywhere near full protection against infection.
    That’s not to say the vaccines are useless – far from it. You’ve probably noticed that over the last few weeks New Zealand has seen a lot of Covid. The reason the current restrictions are fairly light touch is mass vaccination, which has very much neutered the coronavirus’ severity.
    Yes, Omicron is milder than Delta. But it can only be called ‘mild’ because of vaccination.
    That said, things are far from ideal. The hospital system is still under significant pressure, thousands of people are still getting sick every day, some have died, many are scared to go out which has major knock on effects for the economy.
    Sure, the Covid wave is subsiding, but there’s no guarantee we won’t see a second wave (or more) so the question is can anyone do better? Can we knock this thing on the head? ”
    Compare that to what he was writing only a few weeks ago, he even says ‘leaky vaccines’ now!
    Then compare to writers who are front line in their data analysis
    https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/boosters-associated-with-higher-death?s=r
    …”the change was sudden and the curve bent the wrong way for vaccines to be working.
    also note the odd, out of season uptick in israeli deaths beginning to take hold.
    the frightening part if this is what it looks like (admittedly a hypothesis but one that’s gathering an awful lot of confirmation) then this is likely not over. it’s just getting started.
    take a careful look at the vermont hospital data above. its’ not only elevated from last year, but currently ticking back up during a seasonal period that ought to show decline. (similar to israel)
    this is an unexpected result and one that is counter to booster efficacy (but consistent with herd level antigenic fixation). this is reason for concern.
    widespread and identical immunogenic fixation is the opposite of herd immunity. it’s perpetual herd vulnerability and evo-selection for an endless stream of variants that can take advantage of it.
    your immune system becomes a one trick pony and so the virus evolves to trick the pony. this does not go well for the pony rider.”
    “i really, really hope to be wrong about this because if this hypothesis is correct (and let’s be clear here, it’s a hypothesis and i’m not sure anything like this has ever happened in human history before so we’re a bit off the edge of the map and into some strange waters) then the vaccines are going to have opened up the inoculated for a life of high susceptibility to covid and will outright breed the variants that will keep making that worse.
    that would represent the greatest public health policy disaster in history.
    to the extent we see case rates relative to the unvaxxed keep spiking higher and higher and the triple vaxxed get slated by the quad vaxxed etc while overall counts start to spiral up, especially out of season and by breaking with prior age distributions, we’ll see confirmation.
    i keep trying to disprove this, but have not been able to thus far and as the US is starting to alter data collection around hospitalization etc, this is going to become increasingly difficult to compare/track domestically. (the cynical might ascribe this to a desire to obscure future waves) “

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    • I have a few vaxed and boostered friends and a vaxed wife. They all have covid, and seem to have far worse symptoms than I had, as unvaxxed and Ivermectined. I reckon the vaccine weakons their immune system and they suffer worse symptoms. Just an observation, can’t state it as a truth, but what is certain is that vaxed people have fucked immune systems. Science has told us that.

      The second half of the above is spot on. The vaxed will be vulnerable while the unvaxed, especially those that have had covid, will suffer the least. Is there enough popcorn, and Can “I told you so” ever be over used?

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  9. Mike Tyson: Punch power 1800psi (multiple titles)
    Muhammad Ali: Punch power 1643psi (multiple titles)
    Tyson Fury Punch power 1711psi (multiple titles)

    Will Smith: Slap power 0.0087 ounces (Banned from the Oscars for ten years)

    The black power struggle continues…

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  10. What’s going on? Is the desire to end the mandates gaining traction? Or is it that the vaccine passes are ending soon for the jabbed?
    I bet it’s that all that pervasive mysogyny thingy. Yep..yep, that’s what it is.//

    Be Kind, or Be Realistic? Why Kiwis are fed up with everything right now

    The 48-year-old Wellington man isn’t giving his surname because he’d be out of a job if clients knew how bad-tempered he’s become. He suspects he never recovered from the blissful days of people-free lockdown, and now he’s losing it at everything.

    “A woman in front of me at the checkout was taking so long that I nearly screamed. When the bus driver didn’t say ‘hello’ one morning I felt genuine rage, and having to show my vaccine pass at a coffee shop made me furious.”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/128291641/be-kind-or-be-realistic-why-kiwis-are-fed-up-with-everything-right-now?cid=app-iPhone

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    • Authoritarian rule / Fascism / Communism has a way of beating hope and enjoyment out of people, and they start to become apathetic. Consciously / Unconsciously they know that if they shine brightly, put energy into their lives, and live their personal values to the fullest, which includes being responsible and determining the best to stay healthy, they will get slapped down, and ostracized. So they avoid it and resign themselves to their fate but harbouring anger at being controlled.

      You see this look of resignation when you go into a shop wearing a mask exemption on a lanyard, and all the sad faces of the sheep wearing their masks. The site is not dissimilar to what you see when biking past a flock of sheep in the paddock. You are but a blip in their mainly sleepwalking day.

      Wearing a mask exemption is so uplifting, even more so than simply not wearing a mask. It engenders respect from the security guards / door attendants at everywhere from supermarkets to hospitals, who are either used to dealing with mindless masked sheep, or those that are not wearing masks (exempt) but then get into a confrontation with said security guards / door attendants.

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      • DH, imo its more empowering to go maskless without an exemption visable… kinda like a big fark you you dumb brainwashed cnuts.

        A visible exemption on a lanyard still screams sheep as youre playing by cindys stupid rules. Break the rules, tear up the playbook and just be normal. the key to non mask compliance is confidence, from what ive seen any hesitation and a nazi will pickup on it and attack or ask for an exemption. Be confident as fark and they wont even mess with ya, stupid boy is still at zero times wearing a mask and zero times being asked to show an exemption… they dont mess with a confident feral 🙂

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        • A visible exemption on a lanyard still screams sheep as youre playing by cindys stupid rules.

          There are some places I don’t even bother wearing the exemption. Semi-rural where you apparently live is easy, as no-one cares. But in a large city, if a business has made it their rule, i.e. no entry without mask (or exemption), and have security guards to back it up I can’t be bothered with o confrontation, as I have much bigger fish to fry.

          With regards the vaccine passports, I obeyed the individual business’s – I didn’t try to enter, and simply took business elsewhere to those didn’t enforce it, or found a work around.

          Now that mandates are being dropped, and the Nazi apologists are looking to get customers back, e.g. cafes – nah. The food will be forever tainted with a trace of bitterness. We keep supporting the freedom fighters that supported us.

          I’m not a church goes but am aware that some congregations have lost over half their flock over these times. Spoke to a cafe owner who did go out of their way to provide a pickup service for the un-vaxxed, and turnover is still down due to Omicron. I can only hope that the Nazi apologists cafe turnover is down further.

          Same with relatives that insisted on family being vaxxed for family events, but now the mandates are dropping want us back in their life – with a caveat – do not talk about the “6000 kg thing with a trunk” in the room that conned everyone, separated families, killed and maimed people through medical experimentation, and that has buggered the country and wants to enslave humanity. It’s simply not happening.

          Who wants to go anywhere where they insist on leaving your brain in a jar by the door before you enter.

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  11. Have you woken up yet this morning Kea.
    More bad news for you.

    Over the past couple of months you could be excused for thinking that the property market is about to crash. Indeed, some headlines and commentators claim that a crash is already underway.

    But what constitutes a housing market crash? Believe it or not, there’s no generally accepted definition of the term. Some claim that a crash is any reduction in house prices, while for others the measure is more subjective and describes the impact on home-owners rather than the event itself. There are those who (often gleefully) predict drops of 40% or more and seem to take a perverse delight in the potential misfortune of others.

    Because of this confusion, I adopted my own definition years ago, and have stuck to it ever since. I define a property market crash as a 20% drop in the median sales price from market peak, and which lasts for more than 12 months.

    By this definition we last had a crash between 1975 and 1980, when house prices dropped by 38%, but it hasn’t happened again since that time, nor anything even close to that.

    https://www.oneroof.co.nz/news/41212

    But is that about to change? Is the property market about to crash, again, after more than 40 years?

    No. There’s no crash coming, nor anything that looks remotely like a crash.

    Over the many years that I’ve been providing commentary on the housing market I’ve made a lot of predictions, and while those predictions haven’t always been correct, there’s one topic on which I’ve never been wrong: property market crashes.

    I don’t say that to boast, but simply to give you confidence in my assurance that the market isn’t going to crash now – for four reasons:

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  12. First-home buyers are still active in the market, but affordability issues mean it is suburbs with lower house prices that are proving most attractive to them.

    The rapid price increases seen in recent years, rising mortgage rates, the return of loan-to-value ratios, and tough new lending rules have made buying a first home more difficult.

    But the dream of homeownership remains. Across January and February, first-home buyers had a 23 per cent share of purchases nationwide, according to CoreLogic’s buyer classification figures. This is above the long-term average of 21.8 per cent.

    CoreLogic looked at suburbs where first-home buyers made at least 30 purchases the past six months, and where they had a market share of at least 30 per cent. It then ranked the suburbs that qualified by the prevalence of first-home buyers there.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/homed/first-homes/128225740/the-suburbs-that-are-hotspots-for-firsthome-buyers

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    • ‘First-home buyers are still active in the market, but affordability issues mean it is suburbs with lower house prices that are proving most attractive to them.”

      What an astounding observation !!! For decades this is what has happened. Most of us probably bought our first home in lower priced suburbs. Where do they dig these people up from, making comments like this ??

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    • For context, a couple of questions.
      1. How many athletes in total (769 of them collapsed, we know that much)? A percentage would be useful. Let’s say the percentage is 1% (I pulled the figure out of thin air).
      2. How does this “1%” in the past year compare with the same general group of athletes in 2019?
      3. How about in 2000, 2002, 2004, etc? We would want to see if this is a rising trend line.

      Context is King.

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      • You are right O-sen but there have been ex professional soccer players on social media saying something needs to be done because in their 15 years (or whatever figure applies) of playing professionally they cannot remember anyone or some say one or two leaving the field will heart or breathing issues, let alone collapsing on the field.
        There is a website following theses events ,collating the data and the last time I saw it the figure was around 500 and nearly 200 had died or subsequently died of the injury. (sorry I have not book marked the site)

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    • I reckon this comment on the Twitter thread comes fairly close to what’s behind the lockdown:

      ……”Shanghai is the economic engine of China. Shutting it down will affect the whole supply chain to the rest of the world. As the western world has outsourced almost everything to China this lockdown will result in serious supply chain issues.”……

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      • Let me guess, Russia and China are lunching a two-pronged attack on the West.

        From China we have a supply chain disruption. The cover for this action is the “protection of the Chinese citizens from the American-research-sourced virus.”

        From Russia we have the disruption of wheat, fertilizer, oil and natural gas. The cover for this is the need to protect Rodina (the motherland) from “Nato and the Nazis of Ukraine.”

        Do I need to order in more tinfoil, or is there something to this? On the other hand, the British and the US intelligence services will have figured this out months ago.

        The risk for Russia and the CCP is that “hard times make strong men.” If the West is stimulated to develop energy independence and to produce its own fertilizers and chips, then the Russians and CCP will be totally screwed in the medium to long term.

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        • Interesting theory O’sen. I admit to being mystified as to why China is doing this in Shanghai and at the same time terrified that it may happen elsewhere in China. I have a son in Hong Kong.
          My question would be where do the globalists fit in to all of this? Are they working in tandem with the WEF (or whoever is pulling the strings) or are they trying to bring them down? Too many questions and not enough answers.

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          • OS, you may not be far of the truth with your theory. I just hope the West does what Japan did in 2020 and financially incentivise their country’s companies to relocate their manufacturing out of and away from China.

            Many Japanese companies have now moved their manufacturing to far more friendly countries like Vietnam, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Cambodia, all within the ASEAN Bloc.

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            • China has a reputation for shoddy standards even amongst NZ firms that have offshored production.

              When I bought my first new Land Cruiser I was told after I signed up that it would be shipped from Toyota’s assembly plant in Thailand. I expected it to look like a collection of parts assembled with string & bamboo bolts yet I couldn’t find fault with the finished product.

              Perhaps the move away from the People’s Paradise had something to do with quality control .

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          • For a globalist, the last thing they want is a rise in popular nationalism. Think of a man like President Trump.

            Globalists would encourage international trade and international mutual dependency. They do not want nations to be able to stand on their own two feet.

            “Bring jobs back home!”
            “(Insert nation) for (insert name of a person of that nation)!” Example: “India for Indians!”
            These are the kinds of slogans that globalists do not want to hear.

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  13. Oranga Tamariki identity blunder, privacy breach: Mother’s 20-year battle for an apology

    Now, two decades after her file was mistakenly merged with another woman of a similar name, Oranga Tamariki has finally acknowledged the shocking case of mistaken identity and breach of privacy, apologising for the “deep distress” caused over a long period of time.

    Life since that mistake was made in 2002 has been a living hell for the Bay of Plenty mother, causing multiple suicide attempts and leaving her children destabilised. Oranga Tamariki’s chief executive, Chappie Te Kani, issued a statement last month apologising unreservedly for what he called a “privacy breach error”.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/oranga-tamariki-identity-blunder-privacy-breach-mothers-20-year-battle-for-an-apology/NRCOLKRB3YU7GS26WP6ULHM4LA/

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    • I am always concerned about giving sensitive personal information to a government department lest they accidently leak it or an insider sells it to outsiders (as happens in Japan from time to time).
      Of course, each department will point out its lengthy and rigorous “personal information policy” but these policies never identify the penalties for breaking them. If there is a breach, who will be held responsible? No-one, it seems.

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    • Ardern can get fucked. she created the situation and really hasn’t clue how its affected so many.
      all just more lies and bullshit and she should do what she was told this morning in the Stuff article, Resign. sooner the better.

      This is just a poor little me rant. she has no idea of the financial strain on people, she didn’t have any at $500k a year nor jud she take a hefty cut. Just plundered the taxpayer (unlike John Key0.

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  14. More DL propaganda. Oh dear, how sad, never mind // 🤮. Poor wee petal. Did she believe being appointed as the prime minister and leader would be all sweetness and kindness? Has she never heard the saying “the buck stops here”? She’s paid to take the flack. So people are justifiably unhappy. Time to put on her big girl pants and stop complaining or looking for sympathy. She can always resign! FJA🤡

    Jacinda Ardern opens up on Covid toll – ‘Sheer exhaustion’

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/09/jacinda-ardern-opens-up-on-covid-toll-sheer-exhaustion/
    Before she became the Prime Minister in 2017, Ardern spoke publicly about her experience with anxiety. During Covid, she says, her decisions were often painstaking.

    “Sometimes I would just take really long walks, thinking about the consequences. If we got it wrong on this side of the equation, [what were] the consequences, versus on this side… Did I spend a lot of time angsting over decisions? Absolutely.”

    Ardern says she’s reluctant to put the spotlight on her own feelings because other Kiwis have had a much more difficult time.

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  15. Home News Politics
    Outgoing Labour MP Louisa Wall says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern did not want her in Cabinet or caucus

    Departing Labour MP Louisa Wall: Ardern wanted me gone

    Outgoing Labour MP Louisa Wall says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told her directly that she would never be a Cabinet minister – and she also believed Ardern had made it clear she did not want her in caucus.

    In her second interview since announcing her resignation from Parliament, Wall told Q+A she had accepted Ardern’s decision, but the way she was treated in some instances had “hurt.”

    “I’m not a minister because the Prime Minister told me I would never be in her Cabinet. And that was her decision, obviously, and I accepted that decision and then just got on with the job.
    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/politics/outgoing-labour-mp-louisa-wall-says-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-did-not-want-her-in-cabinet-or-caucus/?fbclid=IwAR1ymfVXIpEqxMDm3mR7aMc0Z3KD6Q6k4CbpaZX81ed6ZCK3ibu5dJR7SuI

    Nothing quite like a woman scorned.
    The knives are out.

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  16. dodged this bullet as well.

    The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has closed its investigation into Auckland mayoral election donations.

    The investigation focused on fundraising donations made in 2016 and 2019 after the SFO said it received a referral from Police over mayor Phil Goff’s election expenses in February 2020.

    “The SFO takes allegations of electoral funding fraud very seriously,” SFO acting director Paul O’Neil said in a statement today. “We have completed our investigation and we are satisfied that this matter can now be closed.”

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/politics/sfo-closes-investigation-into-auckland-mayor-phil-goffs-election-donations/

    In September 2019, electoral officer Dale Ofsoske passed a complaint about Goff’s 2016 election expenses to police over a $366,000 auction declaration, which included a book being sold for $150,000.

    The book had belonged Goff – a former Minister of Foreign Affairs – and been signed by Chinese President Xi Jinping.

    The SFO has also investigated Christchurch City Council election donations but in December 2020 closed its inquiry.

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  17. Poto Williams joins a growing list of ministers who appear to enjoy the baubles of office

    And as the virus falls off our front pages we’re beginning to see stories that were hidden by the fog of war Covid provided. A fog that protected senior ministers from scrutiny.

    None more so than Police Minister Poto Williams. She’s had a week from hell.

    Firstly she prevents the new opposition spokesperson on Police matters having a sit down with the Commissioner. Why? Who knows.

    Then she rejects the premise that gang activity has increased despite all the statistics and evidence at hand.

    Finally, she abdicates her responsibility on police response times by firstly claiming she did not have the figures, and secondly by claiming it is an operational matter and beyond her gambit.

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/heather-du-plessis-allan-drive/opinion/andrew-dickens-poto-williams-joins-a-growing-list-of-ministers-who-appear-to-enjoy-the-baubles-of-office/

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    • What would you expect from a Government run monopoly.

      Just another opportunity to bend over to rheem out the public and hope they enjoy it for there will be no pushback from the public or the National or ACT Opposition.

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  18. It seemed a good idea a few years back when I decided to plant 4 different varieties of Feijoa… from early-late fruiting.
    And it’s always exciting to get that first yummy feijoa in February, but by mid-April, I’m starting to be over them… I’ve eaten, bottled, frozen, posted off, and donated loads of them…and the shrub/trees are still dropping more fruit.

    And, for the first time in my life, I’m leaving quinces to rot on the ground.

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  19. Yuval Harari to Klaus Schwab on demise of non elites
    2mins 20 secs.
    https://twitter.com/DisclosureUAP/status/1512717245893521414

    Dennis Meadows – Club of Rome – Humanity is the Enemy
    2 min 10 sec
    https://rumble.com/vz6yqt-dennis-meadows-club-of-rome-humanity-is-the-enemy.html

    Creepy George Soros is Predicting Internet Blackouts – What Does He Know that We Don’t?

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/04/creepy-george-soros-predicting-internet-blackouts-know-dont/

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  20. Jacinda Ardern reportedly told Louisa Wall she would ‘never’ be minister under her leadership
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/jacinda-ardern-reportedly-told-louisa-wall-she-would-never-be-minister-under-her-leadership.html

    Wall held the seat since 2011 but ended up running on the Labour Party list. Her withdrawal came after threatening legal action against her party for allowing a late nomination by Arena Williams to contest the seat, which she won.

    “My resignation has come about following events during the 2020 election. Leaving Parliament is always tinged with some sadness but I do so still passionate about serving New Zealanders,” Wall said in a statement on March 29.

    The Labour MP made headlines in mid-2021, first suggesting her own Government should be doing more to stop China’s alleged human rights abuses, and then accepting a National Party speaking slot on mental health after Labour didn’t give her one.

    Wall has been part of progressive legislative wins, including marriage equality and allowing for the creation of safe zones around abortion clinics. Despite this, she had always been on the outside of the Ardern-led Labour Party and believed this might stem from her backing David Cunliffe as party leader a decade ago instead of Grant Robertson.

    “That probably meant for them I was never part of their specific team, even though I was part of and am part of the Labour team. That really for me can be the only explanation, that there are teams within teams and I wasn’t on the team that they ultimately decided would be the ones that sat around the Cabinet table,” Wall said.

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  21. OMG “Cindy on Sunday” being interviewed by Yeeha Casanova. First couple of seconds, hand-wringing and teary-eyed. It’s puke-inducing. I can’t stop watching. It’s like a sick fascination. Disturbing. I may not sleep tonight.

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  22. The UK Health Security Agency has announced that it has recently detected higher than usual rates of liver inflammation (hepatitis) among children, but have ruled out the common viruses that cause hepatitis so have therefore launched an urgent investigation.

    https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/04/09/pfizer-vaccine-causes-hepatitis-children-uk-gov-investigates/

    @zeeemedia

    The Expose (https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/04/09/pfizer-vaccine-causes-hepatitis-children-uk-gov-investigates/)
    Pfizer Study suggests Covid-19 Vaccine to blame for huge increase in Hepatitis among Children as UK Government launches Urgent Investigation

    The UK Health Security Agency has announced that it has recently detected higher than usual rates of liver inflammation (hepatitis) among children, but have ruled out the common viruses that cause hepatitis so have therefore launched an urgent investigation.
    https://dailyexpose.uk/2022/04/09/pfizer-vaccine-causes-hepatitis-children-uk-gov-investigates/
    Pfizer Study suggests Covid-19 Vaccine to blame for huge increase in Hepatitis among Children as UK Government launches Urgent Investigation
    The UK Health Security Agency has announced that it has recently detected higher than usual rates of liver inflammation (hepatitis

    https://t.me/YourBeatenPath/16622

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  23. https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/short-and-sharp-lessons-experts-to-examine-how-australia-handled-pandemic-20220401-p5aa6u.html

    The Sydney Morning Herald (https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/short-and-sharp-lessons-experts-to-examine-how-australia-handled-pandemic-20220401-p5aa6u.html)
    ‘Short and sharp’ lessons: Experts to examine how Australia handled pandemic
    In the absence of a government review into the COVID-19 response, a trio of philanthropic groups has stepped up with an exp

    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/short-and-sharp-lessons-experts-to-examine-how-australia-handled-pandemic-20220401-p5aa6u.html

    Three leading philanthropic groups have joined forces to fund an inquiry into Australia’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, to be led by former top public servant Peter Shergold.

    Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest’s Minderoo Foundation, the Paul Ramsay Foundation and the John and Myriam Wylie Foundation will drive an inquiry they describe as non-political.

    It is due to report back in September, well after the May federal election.

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  24. Global cancer rates exploding post “vaccines” & being covered up

    Dr Mark Trozzi
    April 6, 2022

    Doctors and scientists on all continents are reporting the same thing. An explosion of new and recurring cancers post covid injections.
    More Information

    The covid-injections cause numerous harms to the immune system (see: one, two, three). This includes suppression of cancer fighting CD8 T cells (see: one, two) as demonstrated in 100% of people tested pre and post covid-injections.

    Around the world, doctors are reporting an explosion in new, rare, and recurring cancers following the injections. Many stable cancer patients experience sudden recurrence or rapid progression, with many dying.

    The cover up is organized including the centralization of the “adverse events and death reporting systems” to controlled globalist entities. For instance, many European physicians are now told they must direct their attempts to report adverse events and death, to a European Union entity, rather than provincial or national authorities.

    German physicians are being told that cancer statistic are now being recorded by hand, which is a very slow process, and so it will be six years before this years data can be seen.

    The broader cover up of cancer and other adverse events and deaths, is going from bad to worse. It includes cremation of bodies being performed as quickly as possible for post-injection deaths; in essence burning the evidence. Even young dead victims’ bodies are being cremated within 2 days. This is preposterous and previously unheard of.

    Beyond cancer, one of the main pathways of adverse events and death following covid injections is spike protein poisoning. SP poisoning of organs and tissues is demonstrated in autopsies or biopsies, by immuno–flourescent staining for spike protein; but there are very few pathology units in the world doing this. As pathologist Dr Ryan Cole has explained “You can not find, what you do not look for” .

    The cover up is getting worse. You have to look around and believe your own eyes.
    Recommended:

    https://drtrozzi.org/2021/06/04/covid-vaccines-how-dangerous-are-they/

    Dr Katrina Lindley Protecting & testifying for the Children
    NextSAVAERS South African Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting SystemNext

    he covid-injections cause numerous harms to the immune system (see: one, two, three). This includes suppression of cancer fighting CD8 T cells (see: one, two) as demonstrated in 100% of people tested pre and post covid-injections.

    Around the world, doctors are reporting an explosion in new, rare, and recurring cancers following the injections. Many stable cancer patients experience sudden recurrence or rapid progression, with many dying.

    The cover up is organized including the centralization of the “adverse events and death reporting systems” to controlled globalist entities. For instance, many European physicians are now told they must direct their attempts to report adverse events and death, to a European Union entity, rather than provincial or national authorities.

    https://drtrozzi.org/2022/04/06/global-cancer-rates-exploding-post-vaccines-being-covered-up/

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    • Seems to be a recurring pattern from Ukraine side. Fake videos, atrocities committed to blame on the Russians. I have to agree with one of the comments suggesting that it would soon be over if the west stop funding and supplying weapons to Ukraine.

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  25. Zeitgeist Global
    @ZeitgeistGB
    Voting has begun in the French Presidential election.

    Recent polls have shown National-populist leader Marine Le Pen closing in on and overtaking incumbent Emmanuel Macron.

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