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  1. Undeniable proof we are living in the Clown World END TIMES,
    CNN is reporting that Joe Biden has absolute confidence in Diane Feinstein despite her colleagues admitting they have concerns for her cognitive abilities, FFUUUCCKK.

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  2. Yes, why are people not standing up for those poor people in Shanghai? The world is a crazy fcuked up place that is for sure. Does no leader want to support the people in Shanghai? Are they are paid to keep quiet, does the money come from the WEF? No weapons for them to support themselves from tyranny. Actually by the looks of things not even any food for them. The supposed leader of the free world is an incompetent old fool of a man with dementia and not one leftist cares. Dianne Feinstein is a crazy old demented lady, have their families have no shame allowing them to carry on. Jo Biden saying he has absolute confidence in Dianne is the laugh of the century, he doesn’t even know what year it is, the demented old fool. FFFFJA

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    • Sexist leave too sagz, im guessing males are exempt unless theyre one of the super special gendered males that get periods?
      Can i not get leave for debilitating boners that just wont go away? You know sometimes you just need half a day at home harrassing your wife untill it gets dealt to a made all better 🙂

      Since we live in an age of mandates and forced medical procedures why instead didnt the court make it legal for the employer to require the whinging woman to go on medical treatments to help with the problem? Mirena or the depo vera jab would likely take care of it with the added bonus of not having a typical 9kid pasifika family to whinge about supporting?

      I look at this as a fail, its just another reason to silently discriminate against hiring a female unless you really have too.

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    • Her request was initially turned down by her two male bosses but they reconsidered and approved the additional leave after Lusia didn’t back down and continued to fight.

      “When the request was initially declined, I was angry, I was upset, I was disappointed. Who am I to be standing up and speaking on behalf of women? I feel like there are women in this community who are better advocates for this. However, I’ve been chosen to sit in this delegated role.”

      yea yea, it seems if you shout loudest and stamp your feet like petulant child you can get your way.

      currentlythose employed to do work for others are entitled to 42 days paid away from work.
      thia adds another 12 days to that.
      The next argument will be what happens when that day occurs on one of those other 42 days.
      will they be given another day in lieu and will that be at double time.

      Perrhaps they should just give up working and survive on whats left.

      We are already exasperated about our productivity.

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        • Might have had something to do with a rabid female appearing in the workplace every 28 days announcing I’VE GOT MY PERIOD with extra graphic details and expecting all manner of poor behaviour to be excused for hormones.
          Better to give her a day off and the rest of the workforce a day’s peace.

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      • Goodness its a wonder that women of my generation and prior to that got on with periods we did not get days off work, we just had to get on with it. Our mothers told us to just get on with stuff and we did. They had lived through the war when things were tough. I’m sure there were a few women who couldn’t cope with anything, but they were few and far between. Kids today have no get up and go and are pathetic souls wanting people to pity them for some inane reason. Take a few concrete pills and get on with life FFS. FFFJA

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  3. The revelation that the PM ignored the advice of her top health officials Caroline McElnay and Ashley Bloomfield back in November when they advised Cabinet that “MIQ was no longer justified on public health grounds”, has exposed the totalitarian rabbit hole we have all been taken down.
    If the top health officials advised Cabinet of this back in November why did they continue to inhibit kiwi’s freedoms and cost our country hundreds of millions? Why did they continue to tell us that decisions were made based only on ‘health advice’ and ‘saving lives’ when their own top health officials said the exact opposite?
    The arrogance and deception exhibited by this govt has been exposed – and it has cost many kiwis with their freedoms, liberties, jobs, businesses, and ultimately will cost us all in our pockets.
    The curtain has been pulled back and it has shown the machinations of this govt aren’t as pure as the podium wants us all to believe they are.
    The real question is if it wasn’t for health reasons – then why?

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    • Control Comrades.
      The peasants now have the spirit crushed out of them. (Just watch the masked zombies walking round quietly at the Malls…)
      Brainwash people like that and you can have them do ANYTHING. They will even let you crush their Constitution and Bill of Rights and set up a Maori Government…(Terrified of being called racist if they object)

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      • Control yep. Its no small thing they decided to burn the credibility of science on the altar of control. Burning the credibility of doctors on the altar of covid. Burning the believability of elections with the great American election swindle, revealing an international cheat. They are so desperate to hang onto control, they are burning down all institutions of power built up since the “Enlightenment”. Which itself, was a charade to replace God with Man.

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      • Stalin once ripped all the feathers off a live chicken
        as a lesson to his followers.
        He then set the chicken on the floor a short distance away.
        The chicken was bloodied and suffering immensely, yet,
        when Stalin began to toss some bits of wheat toward the chicken it
        followed him around.
        He said to his followers “This is how easy it is to govern stupid
        people, they will follow you no matter how much pain you cause them,
        as long as you throw them a little worthless treat once in a while.

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    • Wait for the stories of those affected like the pregnant journalist Charlotte Bellis having to ask for protection from the Taliban as kind dl left her stranded unable to get home to NZ. Whatever you think of Bellis, other politicians have been ditched for much less betrayal of their citizens. This scandal is the lynchpin to undo the Ardern regime. People won’t tolerate this from others, will dl slide through this scandal by being out of the country when the scandal broke? What wonderful timing for her, you’d think the release of this MOH memo was managed!

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      • MIQ was for the workers and the peasant classes.
        Jacinda’s DJ and Entertainment industry mates were whooshing in and out of the country without any questions asked…
        Always remember that.

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      • The problem is, WG, that this won’t go another news cycle. Unless anyone picked up on it yesterday, I imagine that’s the end of it. 95% of the population won’t ever know about it, and of the 5% who will, we are among the 5% of them who care.

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      • “This scandal is the lynchpin to undo the Ardern regime.”

        WG…in a normal world, I would have to agree with you….We are up against the media-industrial complex so I wouldn’t count on it.

        Yesterday there was talk here of Union Pacific (railway) limiting fertilizer shipments in the USA just as planting season is approaching….want an explanation and more great analysis of our globalist masters intent, Meaning in History hits it again today,,,,https://meaninginhistory.substack.com/p/talking-about-war-monetary-political?s=r

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        • Yes I know, wishful thinking on my part. Isn’t it sad that the msm are such dl lapdogs. The sheer arrogance of the clown car dismissing the needs of the public on an array of issues is growing, MIQ is just one more. DL and her inept bunch are appalling. The wheels have fallen off, they are cavalier and out of control.

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        • All based on the “success”// of sustainable green perma-culture eco-systemic environmental farming of harmonious living.
          To be so much more than a green wash. ….. yeah right …. 🙁
          No fertilizer, no pesticides, starved the people, and wrecked their economy with in a year.

          https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/03/05/sri-lanka-organic-farming-crisis/

          The ‘sustainable’ greening of Sri Lanka has now enmeshed them in the IMF, World Bank, WEF-UN global controls.

          Edit:–
          Interesting point to consider. Iaasb.
          I wonder if NZ greens are on the same track, on how they finance themselves?

          It certainly crashed the currency when tea production fell.
          To me that is like crashing the meat & dairy industry.
          Both give the highest returns for what is imported.

          Unlike tourism, that has many other costs, like fuel, rental cars, etc.. that crashed also in New Zealand & Sri Lanka.

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          • S1, i dont think it was really due to green/sustainable policy but more to do with controling the spend of foriegn reserves.
            It may have been dressed up as green policy but the underlying reason was to hide corruption and stop the hemmoraging of money, hence why they banned the sale of luxury goods etc all to control the currency

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    • If you want to see arrogance have a look at Robbos latest piece of bullshit regarding inflation. Nobody is blaming him and it’s not his fault anyway. He then waffles on about being very careful about how he spends our money! Is this guy from another planet? Only a complete moron would believe anything this turkey says.

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      • Saggy, Cindy wouldn’t lie, she is the most honest, open and transparent PM this country has ever had and she leads the most open, honest and transparent Government this country has ever had, likely to ever have and are lucky to have. /////

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  4. French Prime Minister Jean Castex says Emmanuel Macron not guaranteed French presidential election victory
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2022/04/french-prime-minister-jean-castex-said-emmanuel-macron-not-guaranteed-french-presidential-election-victory.html

    French Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Tuesday (local time) that Emmanuel Macron was not guaranteed to win the April 24 runoff in the presidential election against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

    “The game is not done and dusted,” Castex told France inter radio. “One puts Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen on the same level. But there are key differences.”

    Le Pen is challenging incumbent centrist Macron in the election, with opinion polls showing Macron edging ahead in next Sunday’s second round vote.

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    • WG…this is touched on in Meaning of History today (my link above)…
      “France? Hard core progs are 20-30% with a massive Deep State. Le Pen can’t take that on–10x worse than Trump faced. Will this be the last president under the 5th Republic? Will the US break up? France is ripe for some sort of revolution. The French simply don’t have the reverence for their political system and institutions, as in US or the UK. The political fissures is France are much deeper than almost anywhere in the West. There are massive tensions in French society that go all the way back to the Revolution. Anger at the system in France is deep–it’s a powder keg. Things could get very ugly. The more Davos and its lackies try to hold it back, the worse it could be. Davos is trying to figure out how to somehow hang on to power.”

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  5. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/04/asb-predicts-another-50-basis-point-official-cash-rate-rise-next-month-after-last-week-s-reserve-bank-hike.html
    ASB predicts the official cash rate (OCR) will increase by another 50 basis points next month after the Reserve Bank hiked it by that amount last week.

    The Reserve Bank (RBNZ) confirmed on Wednesday the OCR would rise to 1.5 percent, saying the hike was needed to “reduce the risks of rising inflation expectations” and provide “more policy flexibility ahead in light of the highly uncertain global economic environment”.

    The next OCR announcement will be made on May 25.

    Meanwhile, inflation is tipped to skyrocket above 7 percent this week when the latest Consumer Price Index figures are revealed on Thursday

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    • WG, Cindy and the Fudge Packer, Robbo won’t care. Inflation is good, just think how much their pay will increase each when the Higher Salaries Commission get their act together and deal to those two’s, weekly pay packet.

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  6. Have to hand it to Governor de Santis
    Florida having a special session where they will end Disneys tax privilege and special exemption status .

    He also wants to hold Twitters board and directors accountable for potentially injuring Florida’s pension fund.

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  7. Pastor Jim was coming home late one night, when he found the whole village having a party at the local pub
    He decides to check it out. He walks in to find all the men naked, and all the women blindfolded.
    “What in the name of the lord is happening here?”, he asks in shock.
    “Come on in, pastor Jim, we’re playing a game” says one of the drunken men.
    “What kind of games is this?” inquires the pastor.
    “The women must guess whose dick it is through touch alone. It’s fun, come join us” says the man.

    The pastor says: “I’m a man of God, I can not possibly partake in this sort of unholy games”.
    The man says: “Oh come on, pastor, your name has already come up six times. Come on in!”

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  8. How can you tell when Chippy is lying? His lips are moving.
    (interview Chippy and Ryan Bridge)

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/covid-19-chris-hipkins-can-t-say-if-his-office-knew-miq-memo-from-ministry-of-health-was-being-withheld.html
    The Government is downplaying health advice from November that stated managed isolation (MIQ) for Kiwis returning from overseas could be scrapped.

    It took the Ombudsman’s involvement for the documents to be released after initial requests were turned down at the time.

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  9. Two Saturdays ago a grower friend went to bed and never woke up Sunday.
    My mate has organised to pick the rest of his crop.
    I am trying to find out his v status.
    He was around sixty and a healthy guy.

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    • Starving Artist…

      Good on the Wakaminenga Māori Government of Aotearoa Nu Tireni/New Zealand for their stand against the UN usurping on NZ sovereignty….wonder what their view on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is?

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    • Thanks SA.
      I need more of that flag 🙂

      Commented on this the other night started by Braybots nemesis
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1094/#comment-234667

      “” WHO chief promotes Bill Gates’ book on ‘next pandemic’
      Billionaire’s book drops as WHO hammers out supranational pandemic treaty “”

      The belief is that it is a done and dusted deal to control the world in health matters.

      The idea of such an all-powerful entity being drawn up and foisted upon humanity without a public vote has rubbed many the wrong way, and groups like the World Council for Health have scrambled to mount an opposition to the plan,
      but it’s questionable that any grassroots opposition mounted at the eleventh hour will be able to challenge an effort backed by all 194 members of the WHO.
      The body plans to confirm its pandemic agreement at the 2024 World Health Assembly.

      https://www.rt.com/news/554003-tedros-gates-book-who-treaty/

      I wonder if the ‘Maori Health’ are going to Veto this WHO treaty? 😉
      Or will they “souled” out? “”

      Just which maoris are the sell outs & or souled out?

      I need more time to figure the difference and agendas that those maori flags denote.
      Looking forward to get a firsthand take, by joining in, and supporting with such protests. 🙂

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  10. I feel we are heading into a real shit storm in due course with reaction to the vaccination in regard to the natural immune system being compromised.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mrna-vaccines-produce-persisting-spike-protein-likely-causing-clots-heart-inflammations-cancers-dr-ryan-cole_4407193.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-04-19&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=ZHXW05quFxGU2D4YimKK1DyRom6HIiXveVHcjZOiLjh6N25j4lF21AoPUsw%3D
    The problem to me is that no one is going to be ready to address it as the first step is to admit it.
    FJA

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    • Ah well, that will solve the population problem…. I feel for those coerced into receiving it, for the vax Nazis and politicians pusjhing this shit, I hope their suffering is long and painful.

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      • Populations all over the world (with the exception of Africa and parts of the Middle East) are aging because their fertility rates are well below replacement levels of around 2.2 children per female in her lifetime.

        More countries will have huge populations of needy elderly to look after in the near future, with a low proportion of taxpayers. What are the coping strategies?
        – Force children to care for their parents?
        – Death duties (like the 40% death taxes in Japan)
        – Force the elderly to sell their houses to pay for their care?
        – Force people to self-fund their own retirements?
        – Make more jobs available to the elderly?
        – Introduce voluntary euthanasia coupled with a reduction in death duties if you take the poison pill (e.g., if you are old and requiring expensive medical care, the State will reduce your death duties by half if you opt out now)

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          • I am a firm believer in practicing what you preach.

            BTW, are you familiar with the concept of “health span”?
            Health span : the length of time in one’s life during which an individual is in reasonably good health.
            I would define this as being able to live independently (although you may no longer be able to drive, and you may need to get cleaners to visit from time to time to help with difficult or risky cleaning (like getting leaves out of gutters, etc.).

            Here is some old data from Japan (from 2016)
            Tokyo, March 9 (Jiji Press)—The health span is put at 72.14 years for Japanese men in 2016 and 74.79 years for women.

            Here is the kicker
            In 2016, the average life expectancy for Japanese men stood at 80.98 years, and that for women at 87.14 years.

            So, the most important question is what is the difference in years between “lifespan” and “health span”?
            For Japanese men it is (see data above) 80.98 – 72.14 = 8.84 years of being old and unwell (everyone’s fear for their old age).
            But for Japanese women, the period of being a sick old lady is far longer: 87.14 – 74.79 = 12.35 years

            Conclusion: Women live much longer than men, but they don’t live healthy much longer than men.

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    • At some stage the focus will be on New Zealand, when some of those good Doctors and researchers look more at that in New Zealand.
      .
      ….. Consider the fact that as late in the pandemic as Nov. 4, 2021, New Zealand recorded just 29 COVID deaths.
      Now the country has 469. Something is not right.
      Remember, Omicron barely replicates in human lungs and is fundamentally an upper respiratory infection.
      If there’s any country that achieved the goal of “lock down until everyone is vaccinated,” it’s New Zealand.
      If the shots are as successful against critical illness from COVID as they say it is, we should not be seeing these numbers. ….
      .
      …… a disturbing trend of excess deaths in New Zealand correlating with the take-up of the vaccine, not COVID cases.
      In many other countries, people want to blame the excess deaths in 2021 on Delta, not the vaccine.
      However, in New Zealand there is nowhere to escape the obvious fact that there were basically no COVID deaths until 2022.
      Yet New Zealand experienced excess deaths in the latter half of 2021.
      .
      Keep in mind that nearly everyone in New Zealand is jabbed with Pfizer’s mRNA shot, which lends credence to the findings of the Danish study that the mRNAs don’t seem to protect against all-cause mortality and seem to be associated with a higher risk of non-COVID deaths. …..
      .
      …. New Zealand still has a long way to go to achieve herd immunity, and that’s assuming one can still achieve natural immunity following the mRNA shots. ….

      https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/horowitz-the-failure-of-the-mrna-shots-is-on-display-for-all-with-open-eyes
      .
      Agreed Hooker Phil; “Admit it” either the negligence, and or the malfeasance.
      The issue in New Zealand seems to be that the data is not collected in full?, seems to be buried, and kept hidden. Like the ‘good’ Doctor keeps burying his mistakes.

      Eventually all will be revealed, despite the politicians, academia and media masking.

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    • This may have been posted before, but so rare for me to watch Paddy Gower.
      How much “misinformation” can they “disinformation” in this clip.
      ‘safe & effective’ ‘rare & mild’, ‘long covid’, ‘lessen effects’ words thrown around with no real study, and still demanding “Trust the Science” …. yeah right …..

      Pro-vax Kiwi’s struggle for support after rare adverse reaction to COVID vaccine | The Project NZ
      https://youtu.be/iy6NF91CGDs
      5 mins 51 secs : Apr 11, 2022 : Paddy Gower.

      New Zealand has one of the world’s highest COVID-19 vaccine uptakes, many Kiwis eager to get jabbed and do their bit for the ‘team of five million’.
      Hayden was one of them – but after his first dose in September, he’s been rushed to hospital nine times.

      Despite his own adverse reaction, he’s far from being anti-vax.
      Sharing his story with Patrick Gower, he says he just wants support for people like him, who happily got vaccinated, but unfortunately suffered rare side effects.

      When will they get real, not rare.
      Even denied a medical exemption for the 2nd vaxx.
      But still supports other people to be vaxxed.

      To admit that for
      ❥ Trust the science?
      ❥ Coercion is not science.
      ❥ Withholding data is not science.
      ❥ Manipulating data is not science.
      ❥ Cherry-picking studies is not science.
      ❥ Social conditioning is not science.
      ❥ Fear-mongering is not science.
      ❥ Pharma propaganda is not science.

      ❥ With holding HCQ or Ivermectin with good protocols; is not science.
      ❥ Paddy Gower, is not science.

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  11. Among women voters in New Zealand, what is the percentage support for the Prime Minister?

    Are these voters insulated from the effects of the Ardern Regime more than male voters? Perhaps these women are more likely than men to be:
    – employed by the government
    – supported by a spouse
    – drawing a pension
    – influenced by statements that appeal to emotions and concepts of “fairness” and “caring”?

    What will it take for such women to reconsider?
    – Harm to their children?
    – Harm / job loss for their spouse?
    – Comments from their peer group?

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    • That summary of the type of Karens that support That Woman seems accurate in my experience. add to that list the Green voters like my in-laws. They are typical inner city luvvies of the public servant or corporate non job laptop class. They have been able to work from home, for some definition of work. They have not lost a day’s pay, and have saved money on commuting while trying sourdough recipes so are completely unaffected.

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  12. DL is not available at this time for questions on the decision not to close down MIQ in November.

    Revelations MIQ could have been scrapped in November brings back tough memories for pregnant Kiwi journalist Charlotte Bellis
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/revelations-miq-could-have-been-scrapped-in-november-brings-back-tough-memories-for-pregnant-kiwi-journalist-charlotte-bellis.html

    Her application was ultimately rejected and she was forced to return to war-torn Afghanistan, where she and her partner held a visa.

    Bellis’ MIQ case also grabbed international headlines and was used by Opposition political parties at home to highlight issues with the system.

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      • I reckon by the time she gets back Robbo’s takeover plans will be in full swing and his missus will be getting the bus ready to run over anyone who gets in the way. You can tell by the way he’s carrying on he believes he was born to be the leader and Cindy’s only been gone 5 minutes; Arrogance is a real lefty thing and Robbo has it in spades. Remember you heard it here first!

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  13. $1.9 billion spent on mental health but very little to show for it. No accountability to the taxpayer.

    An advocacy group says “not much” has improved in mental health since the Government allocated $1.9 billion in 2019 for mental wellbeing.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/19/mental-health-advocate-not-much-improvement-despite-19b/

    “Not much has changed for many people at all. We really have not got the systematic change that we’re looking for and a lot of time has been wasted,” Robinson said.

    While he acknowledged it could take years to build up services and the mental health workforce, “frankly, there’s been too many dropped balls”.

    “You can’t just throw money at services and magically grow new staff. It takes time to train staff, it takes time to set up services… expand them.”

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  14. We think we have some idiots in the NZ Govt. and the bureaucracy by this guy in Biden’s team makes them look reasonably good

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/04/hhs-secretary-becerra-claims-covid-vaccines-kill-people-color-twice-rate-whites-vows-work-harder-get-people-vaccinated/

    “By the way, we know that vaccines are killing people of color — blacks, Latinos, indigenous people — at about two times the rate of white Americans,” Becerra explained during a digital “White House Convening on Equity” seminar on April 14.”

    and then

    “So, on vaccines, last year, we saw that about two-thirds of white American adults had received at least one shot of vaccine,” Becerra said. “That was just barely over 50 percent for black Americans and Latinos at that particular time. So, again, we’ve got to work.”

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  15. 10,000 allied health workers vote to strike in May
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/19/10000-allied-health-workers-vote-to-strike-in-may/

    The PSA said the strike action would see essential staff “work to rule” – follow their working rules and hours exactly, thus reducing efficiency – between May 9 and 20.

    These workers also planned to strike for 24 hours on May 16.

    The vote followed a year and a half of waiting for DHBs to make “a decent offer” to settle collective agreements, PSA organiser Will Matthews said.

    The union represented 10,000 allied, public health, scientific and technical professionals who work in DHBs. Workers told 1News in February that, when compared to other health professionals, they were poorly paid and didn’t have good working conditions.

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    • DL had to delay ending of MIQ. How else could she implement her jabbed and unjabbed apartheid system of Covid passports and mask mandates on 3 December without a legitimate health reason of which it turns out there was no justification so the last six months of imposed mandates cannot be condoned. Damn she makes me so angry.
      FJA – tyrant.

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    • That is just the health sector, but then would be ready to put in their own well paid zealots.
      The media just will not look, ask questions, or tell, as they expect another top up.

      …Reserve Bank also has had a number of resignations. in the last six months among the top tiers the bank had lost “18 out of 25, that’s 40 per cent of your best people”.

      “Since you’ve been there, your top 12, there’s only two of you left, you’ve lost half of your financial stability committee.
      “There’s a saying to lose one’s bad luck, two is careless. This looks reckless.”

      Orr said there was a third option: “Planned”.
      He rejected the numbers of staff departed, and said the senior leadership team had grown from six to eight as part of an overall operational and strategic growth.
      Overall full-time staff had increased from 274 in 2019 to 411 this year. ….

      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/reserve-bank-governor-adrian-orr-grilled-by-mps-over-senior-staff-departures/QSSS2MYKIUDOHIFGJFR4XU4AOI/

      Certainly seems like inflation in numbers of full time staff in the Reserve Bank from 274 to 411.

      The great Ardhern “kindness” messages, setting up Klaus Schwab and the WEF-UN-WHO for full social credit controls.

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    • At the Mariupol steel plant, the standard underground basements were the down the equivalent of a 5-6 story building.
      Probably even scrapped down deeper, and would be one of the reasons it was “hold out place” for the Ukraine military.

      …. [Russia] it gave Ukrainian holdouts in Mariupol a new deadline to surrender.

      The commander of Ukraine’s troops there told The Washington Post that his soldiers would not lay down their arms and would continue to “complete our military tasks as long as we receive them.” ….
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/04/19/russia-ukraine-war-news-donbas-live-updates/

      How many times do you ask.
      Should in their reply if to surrender, to ask for independent observers with cameras.
      But the so called outsiders, are not pushing for any diplomacy, negotiation.

      They were given the choice, and the Ukrainians now live or die by it.
      So for the Russians it becomes “bombs away”.
      War is a bitch.

      ….. commander of the Azov Regiment of the Ukrainian National Guard, said in a video message that Russia had begun dropping bunker-buster bombs on the plant. ….
      https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/4/19/russia-has-begun-battle-for-donbas-in-ukraines-east-zelenskyy

      Now that Mariupol is soon to become a mopping up part, then I would figure they will target other strategics hold out areas in the Donbass area in the phase 2

      Never make predictions of how wars go, nor how short or long.
      All I note are the pressure points, the US$ the rouble, US-NATO-EU, gas oil, spring rains, summer, winter cold.
      The truth is the first causality.

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      • Simpleton@1345

        The mere mention of the Washington Post automatically places such news in the ‘Sceptical’ / Do not believe ‘ category, and WHY, when the ‘enemy’ is supposedly closing -in, would any commander in such a situation even waste time making a phone call halfway around the world to such an organisation anyway?

        As you may have noticed, I’m just a little disbelieving…

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      • Good pick up Komata.
        I thought it strange too, 🙂
        Does that Commanders “military tasks” go through the Washington Post. 🙂

        But there is the acknowledgement of that Russian call to surrender or else.

        Still it seems that some bunk buster bombs are going on down.

        In the past 24 hours
        Zelensky’s statements influenced by what he drinks or smokes – Lavrov
        Commenting on Zelensky’s claims that Russia is planning to use tactical nuclear weapons,
        Russian FM Sergey Lavrov wondered during an interview with India Today
        what substances might have inspired his remarks

        https://twitter.com/RT_com/status/1516348378048782338

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  16. The price of going green is paid by others. No wonder Jimmy Shawshank doesn’t give a toss.

    Ex-Army chief: West should accept higher cost of living to help wean Germany off Russian oil

    In an interview with The Telegraph, General Sir Nick Parker said that the public should “re-prioritise” and that people “would have to take more pain” in everyday life in order to form an effective coalition to defeat Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/04/15/west-would-have-take-pain-cut-russian-oil-britains-former-army/

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  17. Did the complicit media know that the MIQ saga was coming up and kept it quiet utill cindy was tripping in the big round bed in the back of her company jet?
    Did she leave knowing that the fat fairy was going to be under intense pressure answering questions
    About the MIQ delay of four months and lots of angst amongst people, except entertainers?
    Will she waltz back in as though nothing had happened!
    We all know one thing though. We now know were clarkE is and will he dissapear into oblivion, again?
    Suppose that depends if he has an ankle bracelet or not!

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  18. Winston Peters@winstonpeters

    This morning Hipkins denied knowing why the memo under the OIA was withheld. Under the ‘no surprises’ rule the head of the department would have informed Hipkins of the request for this memo – someone is lying and someone should be sacked.

    What happened to ‘the most transparent govt ever’? Kiwis have had enough of the continued excusatory apologetic deceit from the govt.

    Muldoon’s administration had more transparency than this Labour government – OIAs were automatically released as the default – not like now.

    Let’s not forget that the dictatorial decisions this govt has made around MIQ has directly affected more than 40000 kiwis at our border and many hundreds of thousands of kiwi jobs, businesses, and livelihoods.

    https://twitter.com/winstonpeters/status/1516548341261213696

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  19. Aint it great when your mates tripple vaxxed karen missus blames you (an unvaxxed scum) for their 3 jabs not working and giving them the covid 🙂
    Even more funnier is me and my mate are both unvaxxed and were fine 24hrs later but miss tripple jab has been bedridden 4 days now! Oh dear, poor petal is beside herself as to how the unvaxxed recover so well.

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  20. Wow…. Cindy’s chickens are finally coming home to roost. The many lies that she utters are beyond belief.

    Caught up in her web of deceit and just as guilty are Chippy & Sweet Cheeks who will go down in history as the most devious pack of bastards to walk this earth.

    If comments from some left leaning associates of mine are anything to go by liabour is rooted.

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    • “Truth is, we will start seeing mortgagee sales before too long. Inevitably, it will be first-time buyers or people who lose their jobs, and there may be many more of those in the near future.

      People are being squeezed already. Everything is more expensive. How are people going to be able to pay for all that? Nobody voluntarily gives up on paying their mortgage but with the unprecedented jumps in interest rates, many will find themselves under pressure. What will they do? They will close their wallets, spend as little as possible and try to get through it. So, their entertainment budget will be cut, all discretionary spending will be reduced and they will settle into survival mode. This means that large areas of the economy, such as tourism and hospitality, already weakened by the pandemic, will continue to hurt and no amount of toothy smiles from our hopeless prime minister is going to fix that.”

      I’m not pleased about it. But this is the direct result of a fake property market and consumer debt taken because of – muh capital gaaaaaiiinnnssss”

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  21. If woman are going to get an extra 12 days period pain holiday.
    When they reach menopause, will they lose it?
    Do some races get menopause early or late?
    Is there an arbitrary date when they age?
    Oh, it’s a can of worms!

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    • Japan has had very low price increases over the decades since the early 90s. A lot of the price increases have been due to rises in the Japanese GST, that was first introduced in January 1989 and gradually was raised to 10% by the end of 2021.

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  22. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/04/developers-cut-prices-by-tens-of-thousands-of-dollars-as-housing-market-slows.html
    Property developers are cutting their asking prices by tens of thousands of dollars as they try to entice buyers amid a slowing market.

    They are struggling to get construction supplies on time, secure finance and convince buyers to purchase off the plan.

    “We are seeing some smaller developers on-sell. They may have bought at a premium but they’re looking to because they can’t get their pre-sales.

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  23. Viking April 20, 2022 At 7:04 am

    The revelation that the PM ignored the advice of her top health officials Caroline McElnay and Ashley Bloomfield back in November when they advised Cabinet that “MIQ was no longer justified on public health grounds”, has exposed the totalitarian rabbit hole we have all been taken down.
    If the top health officials advised Cabinet of this back in November why did they continue to inhibit kiwi’s freedoms and cost our country hundreds of millions? Why did they continue to tell us that decisions were made based only on ‘health advice’ and ‘saving lives’ when their own top health officials said the exact opposite?
    The arrogance and deception exhibited by this govt has been exposed – and it has cost many kiwis with their freedoms, liberties, jobs, businesses, and ultimately will cost us all in our pockets.
    The curtain has been pulled back and it has shown the machinations of this govt aren’t as pure as the podium wants us all to believe they are.
    The real question is if it wasn’t for health reasons – then why?

    If this is correct and lets assume it is, what is the explanation for attacking citizens going about their lawful business at the various protests and in particular Tamaki and the police attack on the Wellington Protestors.

    If Cabinet had been given that advice what are the cabinet minutes around that advice especially we would like to know which ministers supported continuance and what was said to make those with other views accept Jacinda’s dictate.

    What part did the nasty Trev play in assaulting our citizens?
    On what basis did the govt.Continue with their actionsand did no one say, hey wait up we don’t need to do this?
    Has Jacinda really got that much control?
    What did they tell Luxon and seymour and their mp’s that convinced them to follow ger on the pathway to hell?

    so many questions but we will never get answers while they can shut down the OIA at their whim.

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  24. No worry it’s in that other far off land Aowhatsit.

    Another public holiday ‘a luxury we can’t really afford’ – Luxon
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/20/another-public-holiday-a-luxury-we-cant-really-afford-luxon/

    National leader Christopher Luxon said that if the Government was going to be “serious about a cost of living crisis, you actually have to make some tough decisions”.

    National has been suggesting replacing another public holiday with Matariki.

    “Love Matariki, love Labour day, love every public holiday we’ve got here in New Zealand, but we’re choosing to make a decision to add $450 million worth of costs to small businesses who have to pass it onto customers with higher prices.”

    “These are mum and dad café owners, they’re not rich, wealthy, big end of town business people, that’s what business is in New Zealand.”

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    • I figure there is more of a game being played here.
      The feint by National is to Labour Day.

      No body wants to mention Queen’s Birthday.
      So what will happen when the Queen dies?
      Wipe out that holiday then, or sooner?
      NZ become the Democratic =>Autocratic Aotearoa Republic? ARR ….hmmm…

      Call up a general binding referendums on co-governance, Parliamentary Maori seats, and now the choice of Queen or Matariki?
      Let’s vote on it!
      It seems nobody wants to debate or discuss the ramifications of these major consequential changes… ..”Like she’ll be right”…

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  25. According to Dr. Ryan Cole, messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines produce persisting spike protein that may cause severe damage to the recipient’s health, such as unusual clotting, heart inflammation, or cancer.

    Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are the only mRNA vaccines approved or authorized for booster use in the United States. Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines use a viral vector, a modified version of a virus, to instruct cells to make antibodies.

    Cole is a pathologist who has operated a lab for 18 years. He has seen, mostly through the microscope, about 500,000 patients in his career.

    “[In] normal mRNA, you have cells making messages all day long … mRNA is generally broken down within minutes to maybe an hour or two. mRNA should not persist,” Cole told EpochTV’s “Facts Matter” program during the Global COVID Summit held in Houston, Texas, on April 8.

    Related Coverage
    mRNA Vaccines Produce Persisting Spike Protein, Likely Causing Clots, Heart Inflammations, Cancers: Dr. Ryan Cole[Premiering 04/21, 8 PM ET] Synthetic Material Inside MRNA Vaccines Causes Spike Protein Production to Possibly Last for Months: Dr. Ryan Cole

    Cole said mRNA is a message that tells your cell to make a certain protein for different body reactions.

    “But when you put this synthetic pseudouridine [in your body],” said Cole. “The body doesn’t know what to do with it, and it looks at it and says, ‘Hmm, I don’t know what to do. So I’m not going to break it down.’ And so it evades that breakdown process, and it also evades an immune response. But it also turns down our immune system, which is not a good thing because other things—cancers, viruses—get to wake up.”

    In a February interview with The Epoch Times, Cole said that he had seen an uptick in cancers that he shouldn’t be seeing. In addition, he has seen elevations and clotting factors persisting for a long time post-vaccination. However, when he voiced his concerns, no government agencies were willing to look into this finding.

    Currently, Cole examines about 40,000 biopsies a year.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mrna-vaccines-produce-persisting-spike-protein-likely-causing-clots-heart-inflammations-cancers-dr-ryan-cole_4407193.html?utm_source=mr_recommendation&utm_medium=left_sticky

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  26. According to an article from Corriere di Bologna, the municipal government is introducing a “smart citizen wallet” that can receive “digital points” based on whether a citizen has demonstrated “virtuous behaviour.”

    Residents can then use these digital points for discounts and to make various purchases.

    Unsurprisingly, actions related to one’s carbon impact are central to what’s considered rewardable “virtuous behaviour.”

    “The citizen will [receive benefits] if he recycles; if he uses public transport; if he manages [his energy consumption] well; if he does not receive sanctions from the municipal authority; if he actively uses the Culture Card,” [translated from Italian] says Bologna councillor Massimo Bugani.

    Of note, the social credit score isn’t as all-encompassing as the one that exists in China yet and currently remains voluntary.

    https://thecountersignal.com/italy-could-be-first-eu-nation-with-social-credit-score/

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  27. This is looking suspiciously like the msm are asking questions.

    How effective were the Government’s gun law changes and buyback scheme?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/how-effective-were-the-government-s-gun-law-changes-and-buyback-scheme.html

    There are growing concerns about the effectiveness of the reforms, with a 49 percent increase in injuries recorded as a result of firearms crime in Auckland, and rising gang numbers.

    At the time of the gun buyback, Mongrel Mob leader Sonny Fatu said his members and associates would not hand in the illegal firearms they possessed.

    “I think the major shortcoming of the gun buyback scheme is that it’s failed to get illegal firearms out of New Zealand and away from gangs and gangs don’t voluntarily give up their firearms,” said National leader Christopher Luxon.

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  28. Anyone who regularly travels in or out of Napier from Taupo or Gisborne will be aware that Waka Kotahi’s contractors have been reselling a stretch of SH2 through Bay View for 3 months. No detour is available, and there have been various degrees of chaos experienced by travellers and locals.
    The sealing is not yet complete, but the new parts are now having potholes filled – in some places more than once.
    I have no idea how much this is costing, but considering the finished road is likely to be in as bad a state as it was, I have a very clear idea how much it ought to cost.
    But none of this matters because our Land Transport Authority has a superb te reo name.

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  29. Big Pharma expects mass Prion disease outbreak
    Prion Disease Treatment Market Projected to Exhibit a Double-Digit CAGR between 2021 and 2028 | Elite Pharma, Ionis Pharma, Teva, Mylan, Novartis, Abbott, Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi

    According to the market report analysis, Prion disease can also be referred to as transmissible spongiform encephalopathy which is described as rare advanced neurodegenerative disorders of brain. Spongiform encephalopathy can be known as a disease where the brain tissue degenerates and healthy tissues gets switched by clusters of tiny liquids filled, thin-walled cavities which is called cysts which makes the brain looks like sponge.

    https://nexusnewsfeed.com/article/health-healing/big-pharma-expects-mass-prion-disease-outbreak/

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    • I did hear on some early morning reports here in New Zealand, and the way it was put, it seemed that extreme right wing were out doing the rioting, and burning sacred books, as well as cars.

      …. Much of the coverage gives the impression that the true cause of the violence is [right politics] Mr Paludan, which is incredibly infantilising of the rioters. ….

      As if the the real “infantile” protesters, who can not be named, never intended to light up a car on fire or threw a stone, and the damage & injuries were caused by the ‘right wing’.
      It is just a different level of ‘cancel culture’.

      It is that type of ideology, where people aggressively become violent because they become so angry about what other people people may talk about, challenge, debate and reveal their positions, thoughts on certain topic.
      The violence, threats, is just another form of ‘cancel culture’.
      So why is it ok to do illegal acts of violence to others, and the police disappear so as not to aggravate the situation.
      The supposed right wing party in their wisdom did not turn up.
      Yet violence started and continued.

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