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  1. HOW TO DESTROY THE M\ILITARY IN ONE EASY LESSON

    As there are ex Defence-Force personnel here, this article (Courtesy of the Daily Examiner NZ) will no doubt be of interest, and IMHO does raise questions about the ‘Political neutrality’ of those in charge of the New Zealand military, and their regard for ‘Law’ and Court decisions. Air Marshall Short gives the impression that he couldn’t care less about those he is in charge of…

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/defence-decides-to-boot-all-unvaccinated-personnel-despite-high-court-ruling/?fbclid=IwAR0aOtEMtgW6D6E6WnKU39ipiHhENKZ6aG7TjAGDvMUkalsIuDwlK5Qh_Zg

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  2. I will retire and live in a quiet place where I have no need of a phone.
    Will grow a cash crop so won’t need a bank.
    Never had either as a kid and apparently as you get old you become like a child again.

    Won’t be able to buy petrol,(none left), no electricity as the has all been gobbled up by data centres and not allowed coal to make any more.
    The world ran out of copper for wires so won’t come that way.
    Won’t the world be a peaceful place.

    Oh and Soros, Fauci, Squab, FJA and all will be hanging from ropes just to sort things out.

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  3. If the police minister and opposition want to understand what is happening out there Suggest they invest in scanner and listen Still work in some city’s. So called P1 jobs facing delayed response from lack of staff. Car failing to stop and not allowed to be persued. You can hear the dissapolntment in the voice commertry. Minor crime being ignored .

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  4. Good morning all pure bloods and those who wish they were. Almost Easter for all you working people out there, enjoy a few days off , not sure how many can afford to get away for a break with the petrol prices but there won’t be emissions on the roads if you can’t afford the petrol. It’s all a win win situation for the dear leader. Don’t forget your masks as they are going to save you from death and destruction///// But not if you go to a nightclub just remember that. FJA and all the 119 members of parliament. Just F**k them all to hell.

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  5. NZ bolsters emergency oil stocks backed by offer of Marsden Point storage

    New Zealand pre-ordered more oil stocks just before Russia invaded Ukraine, increasing government reserves this month – at a critical time.

    The Government and New Zealand fuel companies together hold more than 1.7 million tonnes of oil in tanks, ship holds, and international ticket contracts acquired just in time for last week’s international action.

    The Ministry of Business and Innovation told Newsroom last night that the new “tickets” were purchased at January prices, before world governments agreed to ban hoarding any more petroleum. “The International Energy Agency has asked member nations to delay rebuilding stockholding to help with its energy security measures,” a ministry spokesperson said.

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/nz-bolsters-emergency-oil-stocks-with-offer-of-marsden-point-storage?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR1ZCqjJrWkMrxdCmqIVsdV8XXDp–KoA9rb8X7o1dUNvwa1LIPtGI876Pk#Echobox=1649741601

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    • NZ bolsters emergency oil stocks backed by offer of Marsden Point storage… …The Government and New Zealand fuel companies together.

      [1] Storage managed by the Govt? Worked well with the RAT tests!

      “The International Energy Agency has asked member nations to delay rebuilding stockholding to help with its energy security measures,”

      [2] Don’t do any more stockholding guys, the IEA who are helping dispense Climate Change Koolaid, along with WHO, know what’s best for you.

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  6. fuck it i got rumbled.
    Scientists Say People Who Swear A Lot Actually Make Better Friends

    When we were younger, hearing our friends curse for the first time and realizing we could do the same was liberating.

    It opened us up to a whole new world where we could actually express ourselves using those same “dirty” words that would make our moms break out the special soap if they heard us using them.

    For most of us, our own desire for cussing probably waned as we got older, but that’s not to say our friends’ did. And I’m fairly certain we all still have at least one pal who’s maintained their colorful vocabulary well into adulthood.
    https://diply.com/c/102704/scientists-say-people-swear-make-better-friends?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=diplytech&utm_term=prod&utm_content=dtec000341&fbclid=IwAR1XS5fIrZV29D0YtruDArYr2NK4eI7vyV8y2j_AVlx-08TzFGA3lTlkIlo

    And,
    According to Distractify, one study actually claims that not only do people who swear a lot make better friends, they’re actually more likely to be of a higher intelligence than the average person.

    So all you namby panzies et al can now piss off and leave us cranky bastards alone while we enjoy our friends.
    Eh Ed.

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  7. After 57 years of working, today is my last day of employment. From later this afternoon I will become a full time moaning ungrateful Pensioner as I will be happy to wallow on the banks of the River of Filth and become one of the great unwashed.

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  8. That useless arsewipe ( I’m allowed to swear as it proves I’m more intelligent. See above), Clark (why is it all Clarkes turn out to be fucking useless?), is going to sock it to the supermarkets. Well according to him and his Lord.

    David Clark takes aim at supermarkets as food prices rise

    Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark has hit out at supermarket conglomerates Woolworths and Foodstuffs for their role in New Zealand’s rising food prices and indicated it was time for the country’s supermarket duopoly to be broken up.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/13/david-clark-takes-aim-at-supermarkets-as-food-prices-rise/?fbclid=IwAR27ZCHr5tE0IeVtLVHfl3WWJm3JPoArBDFqfIfs0TrSB3pkzHVtGYn84ds

    The highest increase was in fruit and vegetable prices, which rose a whopping 18%.

    Mostly grown in NZ. would increasing wages, taxes, fuel costs etc etc have anything to do with that>
    There’s an idiot goes to parliament most elections. (correct that there is a bunch of idiots….).

    Wait till he get a price for building a new machine or a steel structure.
    some steel prices are up 50%.
    As one of our businesses makes steel things for Kiwi’s daily use they are now costing one hell of a lot more. Labour saving equipment.

    So the donkey at the RBNZ up interest rates so that steel prices will go down? no he rather wants Kiwi’s to not be able to afford their house mortgage. Fuckwits run this shambles. total fuckwits.

    (I’m allowed to swear. It describes these fools in an appropriate way).

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    • Anyone else suspect this is heading toward a Government-controlled food rationing scheme?
      Lining up in the rain (wearing your mask of course ) outside some bleak looking warehouse building. Waiting for your Government allocated ration of Potatoes and Turnips.
      The army or police will be barking orders at the line with their loudhailers.
      There will be a large picture of Queen Jacinda glaring over the masses as they wait. Emblazoned with the words ‘Be Kind’…

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    • Viking, I happened to be in The Warehouse late yesterday as I usually buy dog food (large bags of Kibble) for Te Mongrel there, as it is cheaper than the same product anywhere else.

      I happened to stroll through the food section out of interest as I was going next door to New World to be rogered with the exorbitant prices they charge for food items. The Warehouse did not have a large range of food items, but I can tell you, the same exact items in New World were considerably higher.

      Butter in the Warehouse was $4.00. Same brand in New World $7.56
      Hubbards Simply Toasted Apricot Muesli, The Warehouse $4.99, New World $5.65
      Comfort Fabric Softner 7 in 1 2L, the Warehouse $6.00, New World $7.26

      Those are many, many more I noted, all without exception where The Warehouse was much cheaper than New World. Certainly with some items The Warehouse parallel import like “Finish” dishwasher products but local items like Hubbards, there is no excuse with the food buying power that Foodstuffs have to be so much more expensive than the Warehouse.

      This country is just being shafted by the two main food retailers and this Government and the Regulatory Authorities can not see it or if they can choose to do nothing about it.

      I hope The Warehouse changes it’s tune and gets into food retailing big time to upset the greedy bastards that are Foodstuffs and Countdown.

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      • It’s probably worse than you think. The items you quoted were dry goods which have traditionally attracted a lower mark up. When you walk through the door of a supermarket you will be channelled through their various departments in the order in which they make money.

        You’ll start the process of emptying your bank account at the fruit & vege dept where 100% markups are the norm. Next will be butchery, fish, deli, alcohol, bakery then dry goods & penultimately the milk & bread you intended to be your last purchase.

        Final assault on your bank balance are the lollies surrounding the checkout where you queue forever because the tightarsed store owners won’t hire sufficient staff to service the customers.

        It’s an orchestrated racket yet we’re supposed to believe that we’re not being bled white by Foodstuffs & Countdown.

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  9. Joe wanted to buy a Harley motorcycle. He didn’t have much luck until one day, he came across a Harley with a ‘for sale’ sign on it …

    The bike looked better than a new one, even though it was 10 years old. It was shiny and in great condition.

    He buys it and asks the seller how he kept it in such great condition for 10 years.

    ‘Well, it’s quite simple,’ says the seller, ‘whenever the bike is outside and it’s gonna rain, rub Vaseline on the chrome as it protects it from the rain, and he hands Joe a jar of Vaseline.

    That night, his girlfriend, Sandra, invites him over to meet her parents and naturally, they ride the bike there. Just before they enter the house, Sandra stops him and says, ‘I have to tell you something about my family.’

    ‘When we eat dinner, we don’t talk. In fact, the FIRST person who says anything during dinner has to do the dishes.’

    ‘No problem,’ He says, and in they go.

    Joe is shocked.Right in the middle of the living room is a huge stack of dirty dishes. In the kitchen is another huge stack of dishes. Piled up on the stairs, in the corridor, everywhere he looks dirty dishes. They sit down to dinner, and sure enough, no one says a word.

    As dinner progresses, Joe decides to take advantage of the situation. He leans over and kisses Sandra. No one says a word. He reaches over and fondles her breasts. Nobody says a word. So he stands up, grabs her, rips her clothes off, throws her on the table and screws her, right there in front of her parents. His girlfriend is a little flustered, her dad is obviously livid and her mom horrified when he sits back down, but no one says a word.

    He looks at her mom. She’s got a great body too. Joe grabs mom, bends her over the table, pulls down her panties, and screws her every which way but loose right there on the dinner table. She has a big orgasm and Joe sits down. His girlfriend is furious, her dad is boiling and mom is beaming from ear to ear, but still … . Total silence.

    All of a sudden there is a loud clap of thunder and it starts to rain. Joe remembers his bike so he pulls the jar of Vaseline from his pocket, but as he stands up the father immediately shouts: ‘Ok, ok, I’ll go do the fuckin’ dishes!!’

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  10. The 14th April 2022 will go down in history as the day I lost my political virginity. Yes, after 73 years of never joining a political party I’ve signed up for DemocracyNZ.

    Desperate times call for desperate measures!

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  11. Is it too early to expect a rash of labour list mps to get their marching orders, so the incoming person can get their feet under the table before the election?
    Will some stand for the local body elections as a safety measure?

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  12. A preventable accident
    Ref: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/givealittle-for-northland-mum-paralysed-in-freak-accident/C4YQ5Z7IGOIIBPMNCSCV5U22L4/

    “Deralee Bates, of Moerewa [mother of 4], was run over by a car with no driver at about 3.45am last Saturday. She had been socialising with friends on the Paihia waterfront when, according to police, the group’s sober driver put the keys in the ignition and turned the engine on.”

    Surely the person who started the car would be charged with negligence resulting in injury. Note that Deralee (funny name syndrome) has 4 children and is from Moerewa. What is she doing partying in Paihia (where the accident happened)? Who is looking after her children? Her husband?

    I understand that the media loves sob-stories like this, but what can be done?

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  13. He said it.

    Chris Hipkins – Infringement on Rights

    Melissa: “Is this going to be like the vaccination mandates where employers are now going to have to take that legal risk about whether they introduce [mask requirements] or continue it themselves?”

    Chris Hipkins: “A vaccination is a greater infringement on someone’s rights, requiring them to have a vaccination. A mask not so much.”

    Source: AM Show (https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/covid-19-chris-hipkins-defends-keeping-masks-mandatory-in-supermarkets-but-not-nightclubs.html) – 14th April 2022

    https://t.me/QuriousKiwi/492

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  14. Just got internet scammed. Waiting on a parcel from Australia, cheap HP inks. Got a txt message about customs payment. Did it on phone. Scammed. Gadgetsworld.pro kept deducting from credit card, $30 a pop for $100. Had to cancel card. And me so cocky and internet savvy. What a turkey. Wait for customs snail mail.

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  15. Every time I read “Omicron is causing ________ ” I want to slap the editor (not you, Mr. Ed) of the article and get them to rewrite it truthfully as:

    “Policies to deal with Omicron are causing _________ ”

    It’s just a dumb virus. It the reaction of administrators under perceived pressure to “do something” that is leading to these problems in hospitals, supply chains, and international travel.

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  16. Look at this bullshit:

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/465236/otepoti-dunedin-main-street-to-reflect-kai-tahu-culture-values-and-stories

    The troughing Megan Potiki? Well, here she is: https://www.otago.ac.nz/te-tumu/staff/otago083468.html

    What about the thousands of Scots Presbyterians who settled Dunedin in the 1850s? Should there not be some reflection of their culture, values and stories in the new streetscape?

    Fuck the horis.

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    • Looks like the dead Mall concept is spreading out into the street, like a cancer. Hawkins the marxist boy had stupid coloured bubbles painted on the black bitumen George street, and speed slowed to 1 kph. I liked the bubbles, reminded me how stupid the greens are. The whole street will look like the McDonalds foyer, perfect for drug deals and fights in the night.

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  17. OCR rise ‘no panacea’ to mounting household costs – economist

    The rise of the official cash rate to 1.5% is “cod liver oil” for Kiwis as they grapple with a cost of living crisis, according to one economist.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/13/ocr-rise-no-panacea-to-mounting-household-costs-economist/

    ANZ Chief Economist Sharon Zollner says the move is “no panacea” to the mounting household costs people are facing.

    “We’re adding more costs into the household budgets of those who have debt, those who have mortgages,” she told Breakfast.

    However, she says many people appear to be in favour of taking the medicine because they hate inflation more.

    “The interest rates affect an awful lot of people – inflation affects everybody.

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  18. Lynda Wharton has post on her Telegram channel saying she was approached by a Stuff “journalist” for an interview about vax injuries and also wanted to talk to 2 injured people, of Lynda’s choice. Lynda agree to the interview subject to her being able to read the piece before it was published. Lynda got a NO, in response.
    So another attempted hit piece, probably.

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    • A tag-and-release incarceration program adds to the problem. Are prisoners too costly to keep in prison?

      Can the State force the prisoners to “pay their way” without the money corrupting the State so that it then seeks to “find more prisoners in order to make a profit”?

      What is the role of an ex-prisoner’s family in their rehabilitation? Are there any families left, since welfare has removed the need for fathers?

      So many questions.

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      • O-sen…
        I have seen this both in Samoa and Niue, and I guess it’s probably the same in other Pacific Islands…In the evening, families of prisoners arrive at the gaol or prison with food to feed their errant kin. I suspect a good part of it is eaten by the guards before it’s handed over to the prisoner.

        In Samoa, the outpost cop (country cop here in NZ) is assigned a prisoner who does the cops washing, cooking, gardening. and other house hold chores.

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  19. At what point does the line between just supplying weapons and actually being involved get crossed? If I was Russia, I’d be targeting those weapon supplies tout suite. I realise they cant actually bomb them until they actually reach Ukraine, but at some point this just becomes semantics?

    “US announces additional $800mn in weapons aid to Ukraine

    The package will include helicopters, artillery systems and APCs.

    “The Ukrainian military has used the weapons we are providing to devastating effect. As Russia prepares to intensify its attack in the Donbas region, the United States will continue to provide Ukraine with the capabilities to defend itself,” Biden said.

    The total military aid provided to Kiev has now reached some $2.4 billion.”

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  20. Has anyone watched the doco that has just been released called “Watch the Water” ? ( I intend to watch it over the weekend).
    I have just watched a Stew Peters video where he talks to the producer & editor of the doco. It must be amazing stuff. Hard to believe, hence my question.

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  21. Only a few days ago it was bucha, bucha, bucha, war crimes, attrocities etc…

    Hmmmmm its all disapeared from the news cycle… wonder why?

    Aw yeah thats right, fail… now theyre onto more madeup stories like “chemical attacks” commited with agricultural spray drones.
    Russias got high tech missiles and numerous other deployment methods for bio chem warfare but nope they chose to use a cheap chinese junker purchased on alibaba to do the important mission…. yeah nah dont think russia are that desperate
    Youd think with the hundreds of millions donated to ukraine they could at least do a lil better in the fakery for the propaganda.

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  22. Deaths with Omicron? Or just deaths.
    “The seven-day rolling average of reported deaths is 13. Two of these people were aged in their 60s, six in their 70s, four in their 80s, and four over 90.”

    It’s what people do when they get very old or have comorbidities (or both).

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    • But it doesn’t work on everyone. There are people, myself very much included, who have a detector which goes off when a message gets repeated ad nauseam & I will do the exact opposite fully knowing that if I have to be nagged into a course of action then the action is not in my best interest.

      Repetitive commands are the stock in trade of mothers, wives, daughters & other would be authoritarian know-alls. They can be safely ignored.

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  23. The “Battle of Hastings”!
    Interesting article in the ferald from a bystander who watched it all!
    Increment weather sore the easter parade on,off, on again and a shortened parade!
    Plod marching behind the parade, decided to deal to local yobbos, formed up across the road with someone of rank and a lot of braid on his should. Called in the fire brigade to hose them down. Just as they started the hoses up, a young mum and baby buggy crossed the road!
    Went she tits up along with baby and it was all on. Firemen sheltering, decided that they were out of there and took off dragging firehose behind them on the fire engine!
    Who was the pooliceman with silver braid on his shoulder that caused the “Battle of Hastings”

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  24. That silverlake fugby deal must be a right little pearler of a deal, because how long has it been know?
    Maybe they could get fizzer or WHO to take over the deal. Give everybody from the boss to the orange boy, free double shots!

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  25. A cut & paste of a post by idbkiwi on BFD. Brilliant

    ” Listen to that New Zealand, can you hear it? It’s the sound of falling polls. You can hear it from the Hipkins: restrictions lifted – falling polls. Modellers ‘chrystal ball-gazing’ – falling polls. ‘I’m at less risk, I’ve had Covid’ – falling polls. Unprepared for answers due to haste – falling polls. You can see it in the media: coverage of vaccine injuries – falling polls, acceptance not all is well – falling polls.

    Not only can you hear the falling polls New Zealand, you can clearly see it too:

    Image of Hipkins in this space.

    Gone are the crime scene blazing banners: all bold type, fevered-yellow diagonal highlights and do as we say, look: colours, bright ones, and we’re all happy bean sprouts now. But do you see the desperation too New Zealand, the utter, dishonest, desperation? Suddenly ANZAC Day matters, the charlatan wears a symbol, and it’s not even Poppy Day yet. That’s the look of pure unadulterated, shameless ‘better start swimming, ‘cos you’ll sink like a stone’, falling polls panic.

    I love the smell of demise in the morning. Long may it visit this posse of the damned. “

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  26. “When I was forced out of my electorate in 2020 by the unconstitutional actions of Party President Claire Szabó, I was devastated… it is as a result of that corrupt process that I am standing to deliver my valedictory statement today.” – Outgoing Labour MP Louisa Wall

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  27. “I apologise to the whānau and tamariki”. Does that mean it was only Maori kiddies or what? This Marxism insistence on Maorisms is all very confusing.

    Over 50 Taranaki children given expired Covid vaccine
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/14/over-50-taranaki-children-given-expired-covid-vaccine/

    The DHB said it was contacting, apologising to and reassuring whānau of affected children.

    Taranaki Covid-19 Vaccination Programme senior responsible officer Bevan Clayton-Smith said “I apologise to the whānau and tamariki involved. A review was started as soon as we found out, to understand what had happened and who was affected from this”.

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