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  1. Aaw – that’s so sweet.
    Did you see that Dalmation dog on tv last night that had 19 puppies – all survived!

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    • I’m not sure how the women featured on the cover of Vogue can be considered inspirational when the only one I recognise is a vacuous underachiever.

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      • Lolz an actress marries a royal & one is gifted a position well above her pay grade and these are women that are supposedly inspirational, i think a Vogue magazine cover is probably the intellectual heights either of these 2 will ever achieve

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  2. Interesting version of Winston on TV 3 this morning. Damage control much after the bad press the government has been receiving? Is he having to put on the statesman’s face of maturity and reason and if so is it because Thickcinda is unraveling? If he hadn’t proven what an untrustworthy prick he really is, he’d be highly electable.

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    • Not to be trusted. Says one thing and does something else. He won’t agree to unpicking Treaty settlements though. Best they leave all these people without housing. they should clear them out back to wherence they came and make another golf course for the rich pricks.That will learn them.

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  3. you have to wonder what Tova O’Brien and Three News will respond with in their Reid Research as i believeshe will be really pissed that the Colmar Poll has trumped them. Anyone listen to Winston in his press release at 4pm yesterday , he attacked national over the cancer plan,attacked national over the RMA every subject he spoke on led to him knowing they were getting a bad poll. It also points to the UMR Poll last week being leaked by Labour being to take the gloss off the national figure and try to bluff the voter.

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    • I am not sure why you say that Winston attacks just because of bad polls.
      Surely he should be attacking National all the time!

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      • is it any different to me not understanding why you are going to vote for Winston at the next election. But to answer your question Winston was trying to take the gloss of the National Party figures by playing the blame game with contentious issues that have arisen that are doing damage to the Coalition.

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      • It’s called deflection Dig the old prick knows the public have tired of the mad queens lies & bullshit so as usual goes on the attack, smearing is really all he has these days when he is awake & coherent that is

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      • So if you are in government you spend your time attacking the opposition? Isn’t that a bit arse about face? Perhaps he realises that his and his coalition days are now numbered and the real New Zealand is starting to speak and the words he keeps hearing are “Fuck Off You lying bauble hunting prick”.

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  4. Three maori babies killed since the Orangatang Tamagotchi saga blew up.
    And they blame the system!
    Winston and Judith Collins have the guts to speak out and lay the blame where it belongs.

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    • He did but he has known this for 40 years and still ain’t got it fixed. So never mind his 9 years of National bullshit. He has had his time to fix it but knows that he can never do it. sme of his lot are just ferral and will never be any different.

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      • Exactly Viking, Peters has sensed a change in public perception (took the old bastard long enough) and now he is trying to court us & their compliant media with common sense aka damage control, the joke is on anyone that believes his bullshit after all he is the main reason we are in this situation

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    • I was going to say: how about those Maoris stridently calling for an end to uplifts do something to stop Maoris abusing their kids? Fuck me, I can’t get my head around the thinking.

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  5. I had missed this article but picked it up this morning.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/394945/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-s-australia-delay-symptom-of-ageing-fleet-academic
    Brings up a few questions to answer
    What would you replace the ageing 757’s with?
    Jacinda appears to spending much of her winter in the Pacific Islands, back to Tuvalu in just over a week.
    Need a 757 and a Hercules for Tuvalu, must have a huge press pack lining up to take in the cool aid on the climate emergency.
    They are going to discuss a plan to 2050, from my observations they cannot even work a plan for next few years.

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    • F35s
      From memory they were old when we bought them.
      Hang gliders – that way the greens would be able to travel on them.

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    • She can’t organise a piss up in a brewery, let alone anything else. Working group perhaps? That is the answer to most things, when she makes a decision by herself its totally a f***ed up one. The markel woman thinks she is great and puts her on the cover of vogue with all the wokes, so I guess that is one tick for all the woke to keep believing in her. I hate this government and my feeling of hate is getting stronger.

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    • Pretty sure it’s not a 757 it’s a 737, ardern the liar said so and they’re really really modern so umm what’s the problem?

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      • You and Ardern wish, would cost a few thousand less an hour to run, these two gas guzzlers are old technology. They were 10 years old when they purchased them.
        looks like a 757 to me link to NZ 7571 other plane is NZ 7572.
        http://www.aussieairliners.org/b-757/nz7571/nz7571.html
        Much of what the VIP is used for could be done in a much smaller jet, they all burn money but the older the jet the more fuel it consumes per seat, the 787 now flying non stop Perth/London, fuel consumption has dropped dramatically, from memory I think memory fuel about 40% of cost in old days.
        Worked for many years for a company chartering mainly 747, but we did use 737, 757, 767, 320.
        My guess, a 767 would cost around $11,000 an hour to operate, old 737 closer to $8,000.

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    • Perhaps we could get her an unmodified 737 Max? There’s loads of them sat around parked up at the moment.

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    • BOP DHB already has these as well as dentistry units. Started I recall under Tony Ryalls time in health. Ryall and Power pushed out to leave the Nats. with Simon. The power of the God addled and Maori.

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  6. Just worked out why they need hercules and 757, even though the Tuvalu airport has had NZ$45 million poured into it, will only take small aircraft. I guess the the two aircraft will fly to Fiji and the Herc transfer the entourage to Tuvalu.
    Tourists numbers to Tuvalu around 50 a week.
    Imagine the cost of building an airport from scratch on Tokelau for 1500 people, economic suicide.
    Norfolk Island is the same, millions of dollars to mantain an International airport for less than 2,000 inhabitants.

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  7. Much has been made about the Ihumatao carry on and the historic Otuataua stone fields.
    I am very interested in New Zealand history and have found the National Library site where they have a part called Papers Past. What it is, is a large number of New Zealand newspapers digitally entered. They cover from about 1840 to 1950. As it is digitally entered there is a very good search engine.
    So I searched Otuataua. It has never ever been heard of. And, it is a very historic site! My bullshit detectors have been placed upon alert.

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      • “obscure worm living under a rock”

        Do you mean Clark with an ‘e’ when his Baby mama has a tanty and throws him out
        ..and he has not booked a sleeping pod at Emirates 🙂

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    • I hope you are not suggesting certain special people would be lying to us all for financial gain, be careful mate you could end up with a taniwha head in bed with you and if all else fails we can always fall back on the old “oral history” bit that normally shuts the racist colonial oppressors down

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        • May i introduce you to the hydra taniwha 9 heads of koha receiving goodness chop off one head the next just demands more with even more bizarre reasoning

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  8. I was reading on FB an observation that ‘When the going gets tough Jacinda tends to go MIA’ (In reference to her fleeing the Country amid the Maori Protests/Labour slumping in the Polls etc etc)
    The most astonishing thing was this was written by a lifelong Labour Party member!
    *That Royal Wedding next year and all the gushing Media coverage is the only thing that might save the Mad Queen now….

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    • Ardern’s actividy in the last few weeks.
      Has a holiday in the Cook islands but still gets TV coverage of smiley smiley huggy huggy.

      Comes back to NZ to take an Air Farce plane to Melbourne.
      Tells Australia how to run a country… from her vast experience.
      Tries to escape but Plane broken down so has to mix with Plebs for 3.5 hours.
      Tries to find the creche on the plane to engage with the kiddies. No such luck.

      Back to NZ
      Do bouncy head interviews where she answers nothing coz she knows nothing.
      Baths baby.
      Flies out again.
      At airport creates a mess for Fletcher Building
      Goes to a far off land for more leis and ukuleles.

      It would be nice if it ended there.

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  9. Winston reply at being nearly bottom of the poll results, arrogant morons, well I guess it is one way to endearing yourself to the public but will it work.

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  10. My question is what about the 44% of people that had nothing to say in the “preferred Prime Minister” poll.

    ardern the liar got 41%, Simon and Judith 6% each, “what’s in it for wynston” 2% and Luxton (who the fuck is he) got 1%.

    What about the missing 44%…. “silent majority” maybe?

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    • Still a long way out from the election. Wait for the polls closer to this time next year. As shown in the different data between the Reid Research poll and the Colmar Brunton poll you have to be able to read between the lines but anything can trip up a party in the run up to an election.

      The Precise moment when Phil Goff lost the election:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vdx2DupGYG0

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    • You have to wonder at Luxon’s inclusion, it is not as if there was a blank space I assume) for a name to be inserted by the person being polled. So Colmar Brunton were sly hitting Simon anyway.

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        • I doubt that, isn’t she with the PM either? Doesn’t Jacinda need a security detail while she has the Navy? Jessica’s husband is in that security detail, so logical for the two of them to be together.

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  11. Sadly, after all the effort on here over the last month, their rebranding conference and the gun buy back etc, ACT only managed to jump to 1% in the latest CB poll.
    Act are just not resonating with the electorate.
    So unless they can magically move to up to 4%, in the next six months or so, they are a wasted vote at the next election.
    Yet everyone on YSB wants to vote for them!

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    • We on YSB are not the whole electorate, just a small percentage of the silent majority who intend to party vote Act.

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        • Lol. I was busy enjoying a rib eye, this weird bacon cheese and chips mixture and a pint of a pale ale at the local here. It was fat fingers or sauce all over my phone!

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    • It is a conundrum. It’s obvious that YSB is full of enquiring-mind types who are skeptical in nature and can research stories for themselves to form their own opinions. I fear it is that this truly is a miniscule minority of our population, that there really is a mass of mindless drones who take everything they see and hear on the MSM as gospel. Maybe life is just so busy and full of other priorities that the voting populace doesn’t have time to stop and ask the questions.

      On the other hand, I have crossed paths with plenty of sane types who have swallowed the blue pill and are fully on board with the CoL.

      We have always been an ideal site to test out things on – we were so early to have widespread EFTPOS – I fear that we’ve been selected by the NWO to test out the worst excesses of their plan to destroy democracy, we should thank the heavens every single day that we have vast oceans buffering us from 3rd world shitholes – otherwise we’d have been overrun years ago.

      Still, I’m an eternal optomist so I’m hoping for a combo of:
      – the polls being full of shit, because who the hell has a landline anymore?
      – ACT being the natural home for the shy ‘tory voter and I know I’d lie to Colmar Brunton etc if they polled me to continue to screw up their lying asses
      – polling companies over-sample young and left wing voters, it’s been a widespread practice in the US for years now

      And I’m hoping for Epsom, plus 3-4% to give Seymour some leverage in 2020.

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      • Got to hope the people intending to vote act go through with it. Assuming David Seymore continues as he has been lately with the policy to go with it.

        Sadly however a lot of people take these polls as gospel and vote accordingly seeing a vote that isn’t red or blue as a “wasted vote” and will likely chicken out come voting time.

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    • Comedy gold they still think we are all as thick as they are
      “So since Labour inherited 68,000 State houses and has increased them nine-fold, there are now 6,120,000 houses – more than one for every man woman and child. Yeah right”

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    • I really need to learn how to get onto such sites (with my YSB user name so I can kick some ass over there)

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  12. Do these islands have global warming?
    How long before the $5mil power station gets flooded?
    Which island is going to get the power station?
    Are they going to ship the electricity to the other islands in cardboard boxes?

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  13. Reposting this bit of awesome TV for anyone who missed it last night.

    PM tried to prevent media asking about Ihumatao
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/07/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-tried-to-prevent-media-asking-about-ihuma-tao.html

    Cindy shot herself in the foot when she denied she told the media pack not to ask questions about Ihumatao while she is in Tokelau, and then lied about it with “I don’t know what you are talking about, sorry” before walking away from the camera.

    The death stare from her assistant reprimand for the journalist who did ask about Ihumatao is being reported this morning along with the line “Jacinda’s honeymoon period is over”. YAY, finally!

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    • The death stare is for cowards with power !
      We all know the media are mostly scum but a politician must think they are bullet proof if they piss the media party off like this and Jacinda falls into the im untouchable trap, believing her own press release will do this to a person
      “Her staff threatened journalists with restricted access to the PM if they did, forcing her Beehive team to intervene from Wellington”
      Stupid bint lol

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      • I wonder why Tova wasn’t invited on the jaunt. In one comment on the interview, it said that Tokelau had been preparing for the visit for two weeks and yet Jacinda said that the visit was planned months ago, and I am sure that we paid for the lot anyway.

        But D-Day commemorations had been calendared for 50 years and Jacinda couldn’t make that.

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      • What would happen to our Prime Ministerial publicity whore if she suffered a self- imposed restriction on media coverage.
        Quite safe to call the open and transparent one out on that one without a phone call back to New Zealand to get Winston’s permission.
        Can you imagine SLG visiting Tokelau and there not being any pictures?

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    • That death stare is brilliant. What it suggests to me is there are careful talking points being fed to the media, and somebody ignored those. Give that journalist a beer.

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  14. AM poll this morning
    Should Oranga Tamariki continue uplifting vulnerable babies
    YES 97%
    NO 3%

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  15. If you watched Q&A last night what did you think of the Greens – Marama and James.
    (She looked like she has done her hair)

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    • Good yarn though Maggy but i can see where they went wrong who would have thought a community of females would have this problem
      “Getting decisions made, and obeyed, became almost impossible”

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      • who would have thought a community of females would have this problem

        I was brought up in all-male household for much of my younger years and only attended co-ed schools….so to broaden my horizons, I decided to go flatting with females only in my 2nd & 3rd years at Uni.

        That flatting experience has been enough to last me for the rest of my life…

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  16. Demanding separate taxpayer funded racist policies for dangerous baby abusers and child killers.

    FO losers

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    • When the police refuse to do their job, people are forced to defend themselves and their property. I expect more and more of this as the police devote themselves to being the CoL’s fixers, revenue gatherers and McDonald’s gastronomes.

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      • Much as it irks me to defend the CoL, police and the courts have been doing this wet bus ticket balderdash for a long time.
        Bring back Crusher.
        Collins flaw was that she wasn’t crushing them by the score every week.

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        • I read a comment on another blog to the effect that the roller driver had crushed more cars in ten minutes than the government had in ten years!

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          • Wrote that. and following the FB pages they boys are getting handed their pedigree but dozens of porters even though they are trying hard to portray themselves as car enthusiasts meeting at 2 am to admire each other’s paintwork. One dopy tart had her baby in the car.

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        • I don’t agree. She had crushed one, everybody was wary, just like the ‘enthusiasts’ are wary of congregating for the moment.

          Who knows how many she would have crushed by now if she was still the Minister. She should only have had to crush one to show intent.

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          • It was also interesting that the woman interviewed thought that the roller had been started by one of their group, so they were quite happy to accept illegality by one of the group.

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          • The Fonz only had to have one fight lol I have always thought of it as a life rule.

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          • Sorry Rachael, we’ll have to agree to disagree with respect.
            Petrol-sniffers are slow learners.
            The lesson needs to be delivered over and over to penetrate the thick skulls and the ‘won’t happen to me’ mentality that makes these morons the menace they are.

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        • This is the NZ Police hotline:

          # Press 1 to report a murder

          # Press 2 to report a burglary (no one will turn up but it will make you feel better)

          # Press 3 to book a police officer with a geetar to entertain you at your next protest.

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    • She thought “somebody had taken it (roller) for a joyride”. That should tell you more than enough about these “car enthusiasts”.

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    • Where I get stuck with this; in Auckland – go to Meremere or what’s the place called, Pukekohe. In Taupo, there is a circuit. Where in Wellington can these kids go to legally hoon around in their cars?

      This is not to condone their behaviour, the infringed on the property rights of others. But they have no other options I am aware of apart from, I think, in Fielding.

      Anybody in Wellington can help out with what venues are available?

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  17. There was a short lady in naval uniform, following The Mad Queen up the beach, whats her role?

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      • Jacinda explicitly stated that she wasn’t the Queen when she declined to be carried like Helen Clark was on a sedan? chair, I don’t think that any sane person would have made that offer to David Lange.

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  18. Note for the Editor. The reply buttons are not working on the Brexit thread and up and down ticks also do not work.
    So I’ll say it here –I think freethinker basically has it sussed on the issue. Including the Deutsche Bank problems into it is important.

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    • Note; often in going back and forth on posts, this YSB system seems to need to be regularly refreshed, and that seems to cure the editing, log in, ticking and reply problems.
      I see Dignap has just commented and I just up ticked also on the Brexit thread.

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      • Gee I’m getting famous.
        But seriously one should not have to refresh and clear cookies to use a blog in today’s modern world.
        Us keen YSBers may put up with it, but a newcomer may not1

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    • They are working on my browser. What are you using. I use firefox but have been using Brave and was having troubles so reverted back to firefox. I note that Brave is part of Chrome, it uses the chrome store for add ons.

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      • Brave works fine for me, weird. Mobile comment indenting isa mess though, you can’t follow the conversation.

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      • Sorry for the late reply. The reply button is still not on the Brexit thread for me , after my computer being turned off overnight.. I’m on Chrome. I tried the refresh exercise suggested by simpleton1 but it did not work.
        Not a big deal –just letting you know.

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  19. I’ve spent a few hours over the last few days watching videos about Rocket Lab and Peter Beck. Truly amazing.
    He spoke at the National Party conference, very inspiring.

    Who do the COL have to inspire us?
    Nicky Hagar, The Soul girl, the Greenpeace building climber,

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    • Who do the COL have to inspire us?

      Oh Honestly…Do you really have to ask?

      Look at our PM…the first PM to give birth whilst in Office
      She’s kind and wonderful and Woke
      She’s good mates with fabulous people
      And she’s on the Cover of VOGUE.

      What Young Socialist couldn’t be inspired by her fab example?

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  20. Murphy drops some buttered toast on the kitchen floor. It lands butter-side-up.

    He looks at what he has done in astonishment for he knows it’s a law of nature that buttered toast always falls butter-down. He rushes round to the presbytery to fetch the priest. He tells the priest that he thinks a miracle has happened round at his flat. He won’t say what it is but wants Father Flanagan to see it with his own eyes. He brings Father Flanagan into the kitchen & asks him what he sees on the floor.

    “Well” says the priest “it’s pretty obvious what we have here. Someone dropped some buttered toast & then for some reason flipped it over so that the butter was on top”. “No, Father, I dropped it & it landed like that”.

    “Well” Father Flanagan says “it’s certainly a natural law of the universe that dropped toast never falls butter side up. But it’s not for me to say it’s a miracle. I’ll report the matter to the bishop & have him send people round, to interview you, take photos, etc”.

    An investigation of some rigour is conducted, not only by priests of the archdiocese but by scientists sent from the Curia in Rome. The final ruling is a negative, however. it reads…

    “It was certainly an extraordinary event that occurred in Murphy’s room, quite outside the normal run of the phenomena. Yet we have to be very cautious before ruling any happening miraculous, ruling out all possible natural explanations. In this case we have declared no miracle. For it possibly resulted from Murphy having buttered the toast on the wrong side”.

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    • It was the woman that saved herself, that does not lessen his intent. He should be charged on that basis and I hope that his partner and her kids are under the care of Oranga Tamariki and that the media are watching on our behalf!!!

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    • That should have been strike 2 warning, but that earlier horrific assault would have been before the time of strikes.
      I would have given him strike 3 sentence plus some.
      He had a savage weapon, box cutters knife and he used it.

      Did the judge officially give out at least a strike 1 warning! or excuses, and forgetfulness, found a way out of that too.
      It is not in that newspaper report.

      Never too late, go back and serve a “strike 1 warning” now.

      If the judge does not serve the warning, then that judge has never had any intent in serving justice and the law!
      Just a judge’s law of hugz and feelz. pffffft.

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      • and seems to be following the Minister of Justice, Andrew Little’s decrees, of basically setting the convicted criminals to be free.

        The Disastrous Consequences of DA Larry Krasner’s “Reforms”
        Gun-related violent crime is up in Philadelphia.
        It was an interesting social experiment:
        That was entirely predictable when we elected a district attorney whose primary goal is releasing criminals rather than prosecuting them.

        The results, however, were all too predictable.

        Gun-related violent crime is rising in Philadelphia. The police force is demoralized. Victims of crimes, their families, and advocacy groups feel betrayed.

        When he was running for district attorney, …. made his commitment to social reform and reducing the inmate population quite clear.
        He promised to fundamentally transform the city’s criminal justice system.

        Krasner is funneling an increased number of gun cases to a court diversionary program called Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD). In 2018, Krasner’s first year as district attorney, 78 cases were sent to the ARD program, compared with 12 the previous year.

        Why does this matter? Because criminals who carry guns usually intend to use them.

        Maalik Jackson-Wallace, for example, was given a second chance by Krasner’s office. Jackson-Wallace, whose case was highlighted by the Inquirer, was initially arrested on a gun possession charge. The case was sent to ARD and Jackson-Wallace received probation. He was arrested a second time for gun possession and released on unsecured bail.
        On June 13th, he was arrested again and charged with murder; police say he shot and killed a 26-year-old man. (Jackson-Wallace’s attorney claims it was in self-defense.)

        When Krasner …. doesn’t believe in the death penalty, and he’s called law enforcement “systemically racist.”

        …. request cash bail less often and include a cost analysis of incarceration when making sentencing recommendations.

        Krasner talks a lot about “social justice” and “inequality.”
        But you won’t hear him mention victims very often. And why? Because Krasner views crime victims as an obstacle to his agenda.

        Fortunately, Philadelphia does have a federal prosecutor who understands his job and believes in the rule of law.

        Krasner, …. pushing an agenda that satisfies special interests, not victims. ….
        ….Krasner is a zealot in the midst of a crusade to right what he sees as the wrongs of history and he believes he has a mandate to do it.

        Of course, mistakes have been made in the past. The system is far from perfect, but there is a responsible way to go about reforming the criminal justice system. ….
        …. are pursuits motivated not by law but by ideology.

        Prosecutors who, like Krasner, choose not to follow the law undermine crime victims, embolden criminals, and put innocent people at risk.

        But Krasner has no interest in being a prosecutor. That would be fine, if only the writing on his office door didn’t read “District Attorney.”
        https://www.phillymag.com/news/2019/06/27/larry-krasner-reforms-philadelphia/

        Sadly I doubt that Andrew Little will not take note of this social experiment, so will continue to “undermine crime victims, embolden criminals and put innocent people at risk. …. The police force is demoralized. Victims of crimes, their families, and advocacy groups feel betrayed”.

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  21. Shane Jones calling out the extreme left lol.
    “Look, I’ve got zero tolerance when I saw some of the personalities out there dressed up in yoga pants,” Mr Jones told Radio Waatea.

    “They don’t speak for mana whenua and they don’t, in my view, represent the long-term interests of Māori traditional leadership.”

    When asked by RNZ what yoga pants had to to with it, Mr Jones said “a lot of those people, they’re only interested in iwi politics when it accords with their far-left views and I don’t see why they should be given any legitimacy at all in the treaty settlements process”.

    “They should all pack up their freedom camping gear and go home,” Mr Jones said.

    The Green Party has been at Ihumātao in support of the protesters and is blaming a flawed Treaty settlement process for the current mess.

    Greens co-leader Marama Davidson would not say whether Ms Ardern should have stayed in New Zealand to sort it out.

    Ms Ardern arrives back on Thursday night but there’s no word yet on whether she will visit Ihumātao on her return.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/395587/labour-hits-back-at-bridges-over-tokelau-criticism

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