Home Have your say Have Your Say

Have Your Say

Author

Date

Category

179 COMMENTS

  1. Rallying cry? “So this is America” “That’s unAustralian!” “This is not what NZ stands for.”

    Ahem. That’s exactly what our country’s are because we. We’ve accepted the convenience and worship mammon. Hard times a-comin. Let’s not talk falsely now. That whingy baby face ticked me off, now I’m whinging, sheeze.

    17

    0

      • Next year Conservative values will be this years whiny labour values. When you believe in nothing you will buy anything. Our value system sold out and prizes money above all. Those with money are our new gods. Yes it’s enjoyable to watch it fail, but there’s nothing to replace it, it will rise again. Built back better?

        1

        0

  2. Unexplained hepatitis outbreaks amongst children are becoming more concerning by the day especially in Europe, Wow what could be causing this problem ? let me think now , nah I have no idea.
    Now for the important stuff where is Jacinda today ??

    16

    0

  3. Good morning one and all, The animal picture is so true, animals pick the strongest leaders and in some packs maybe the most cunning to lead. Well……. I suppose we have chosen the most cunning to lead us, she is such a cunning bitch she locked us all down. Ruined businesses, has good working people on the breadline, wrecked the economy, still people are wearing masks, even when there is no science proving wearing a mask saves you. There was an old saying something about…. she is as cunning as a ***** dog. I couldn’t possibly say the rest, but older people will remember it. My Dad used to use it often. You can all choose to live you life like a muslim woman, (dear leader loves loves loves those) with face coverings or choose to not. I choose not, It is time others read up on it and chose not to as well. Have a wonderful day remembering the soldiers who fought wars to protect us against what we have now become. FJA

    21

    0

    • Good morning Lizziep – just to say really enjoy your early morning musings each day, you are indeed a succulent person – “full of juice; juicy. rich in desirable qualities. affording mental nourishment.”
      FJA

      14

      0

    • Lizzie, your last sentence had me thinking at this time, ANZAC, about what my father fought for, being in Crete, North Africa and the Solomon Islands during WW2. In the Solomons, my father fought in Vella Lavella and Green island, two of the worst battles for the Solomons. My Dad’s very good friend and our close neighbour, Captain James Forbes (a former Auckland Harbour Master) who lead and piloted the Americans into Guadalcanal in the Solomons, for their attack on the Japanese, was an extremely brave man who also served this country well there.

      Why I mention it is because I am shocked to see the Agreement the Solomon Islands have signed with China and the repercussions this will have for Australia, NZ, PNG and the stability of the South Pacific. I do not overly blame Ardern, the NZ Government, the Australians or for that fact, the Americans, for not seeing this coming, as I am sure Five Eyes would have picked it up in the early stages had this been an open and freely discussed Agreement.

      But it seems despite all the Foreign Aid that NZ & Australia have poured into the Solomons, all the lives that both countries and the Ameicans lost there are worth, not a knobble of goat shit to the Solomon Island Government and in particular, their PM.

      All it took for China to get a foothold in the Pacific to a substantial payment into the Bank Account of the Solomons PM for this underhanded deal to be done.

      It saddens me to think of all the sacrifices this country made to keep the Japanese out of the South Pacific, to now have another expansionary country walk in with little effort and gain such a substantial strategic asset.

      It will be long before the Chinese gain control of the substantial copper, gold, mineral wealth and fishing resources there. It would not surprise me to see a Military Base established in the Solomons within two years either. However I do see much unrest coming, especially in Malaita with the natives, I think the locals will not take this lying down and it will cause much violence with a lot of anti Chinese sentiment growing there. As a result, I hope NZ and Australia will not send either Police or Military to assist as they did last time, let them sort it out directly with Beijing. It will be a bloodbath.

      So 80 years on, the sacrifices this country, my father, and men like Jim Forbes gave for the Solomons, may well have been all for nothing.

      14

      0

      • AH
        I hope you saw Bolts interview a couple of nights ago with the Solomons Opposition Leader.
        Sky have been giving some good coverage of the issue during the election campaign.
        Dutton certainly indicated that there have been some payoffs .
        I noted the stupid female reporter who was asking scam why he hadn’t told everyone about his discussions with the Solomons Island PM.She expected highly sensitive material to be available to the public.
        Scomo dealt with it well.

        11

        0

  4. Do we have a problem?
    Real possibility.

    Multiple people die in car crash in Invercargill near Queens Park
    23 Apr, 2022 05:08 AM..
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/multiple-people-die-in-car-crash-in-invercargill-near-queens-park/OOOYK3S5IUEMJHF5Z3ZEJRQ6SU/

    As you can see that crash was late yesterday afternoon (4.08 PM0 and I know Invergiggle is a strange place at the bottom of nowhere but as of this time the crash is still shrouded in secrecy.
    A black 4 wheel drive with its roof crushed in on a wet road.

    Why the veil of silence?

    10

    0

    • ‘a strange place at the bottom of nowhere’

      Do you mean Invergiggle is the asshole of New Zealand?

      And the ‘veil of silence’ is because New Zealand has been taken over by that organisation of Evil, KAOS.

      (Seymour is agent 86)

      9

      1

          • Possibly. Concrete truck drivers are supposedly professional drivers; teens are less so.

            It’s my supposition that the concrete truck was driving along, minding its own business, when the ute (driven by a teenage boy with three passengers) lost control and crossed over into the oncoming traffic hitting the truck head-on.

            To “lose control” of a ute, you would probably have to be driving it at more than the 50 km/h speed limit, and be attempting an unwise maneuver.

            Let’s be charitable and assume that the ute was travelling at 70 km/h. Assuming that the concrete truck was travelling at 50 km/h, if they hit head-on, that would be a total speed of 120 km/h. The concrete truck, with its much higher mass and higher position of its passengers, would be survivable. The ute, far less so, especially if the teens were not wearing safety belts.

            4

            0

  5. It would appear that NZ Rugby has now gone full woke.

    We need a new mans sport.

    Dame Patsy Reddy, Rowena Davenport appointed to NZ Rugby board
    Stuff sports reporters16:05, Apr 22 2022

    In 2018 the government, under its Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation Strategy, introduced a 40% female representation on boards quota for sports that receive more than $50,000 a year in public funding.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/women-in-sport/300426956/sports-boards-lean-into-female-representation-as-deadline-looms

    You wonder why our sports ARE FUCKED…

    NEXT THE TRANSGENDER WILL BE PLAYING GIRLS HOCKEY AND WAVING THIER STICKS AROUND INTHE DRESSING ROOMS.

    Will ACT and the Nats. repeal this shit?

    The world is not a better place for this behavoir.

    16

    0

  6. Chinas food stockpile, if these figures are true and not ccp manipulated it seems as tho china either had prior knowledge of ukraine or preparing for a war themselves (lessen the effects of sanctions)…
    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Datawatch/China-hoards-over-half-the-world-s-grain-pushing-up-global-prices

    Cant find one on how much milk powder etc they hold, years ago they used to store 18mnths worth, who knows if thats still the case. Point being tho it appears theyve prepared when many other countries havent and left themselves at tge mercy of a supply chain thats getting severly manipulated.

    13

    0

    • Tens of millions of Chinese were starved to death as the Party sat on huge stock piles of food. Even giving it away to other countries. Just as Ardern gives away money as kiwis suffer.

      Food shortages are deliberate political tools of the left.

      19

      0

      • shanghai is also a different tribe of Chinese. Tribal wars never end and Chinese tribal is about as bitter as you can get. Thousands of years. This is one way of ensuring they are aware of who is in charge.

        12

        0

          • Interesting isn’t it. I have never seen that info before but just from reading and coming across different Chinese people I knew that there was different tribes.
            An interesting lot are the Mongolians. Not Chinese per say and good at business.
            People like Jack Ma, not of the ruling tribe but must be punished for being uppity.

            You will see the difference in staure as well. The tall Chinese live in the wheat belt where wheat and beef or other meat is available whereas the small people come from the rice regions where rice is the staple and meat rare or replaced with fish.
            The difference being the amount of protein in the wheat versus rice and meat versus fish.

            Then of course there are the tribe that finished up in charge at Taiwan.
            Brutilist under Chan kai Shek.

            Russia is a bit similar, mainly because of the size of the turf. The big division there are more religious than ethnic. Russian Orthodox and other Christian groups , Muslims with all their disparate groups. (also why Putin and co have to maintain control).
            A lot of White Russians, ie Russians that supported the Tsar went to china and other places around the world including NZ. I recall a group arriving and being settled in Lower Hutt.

            NZ of course has a similar problem. Various Maori groups who like the Israel’s, band together to fight a common enemy but never stop fighting among their own tribes.

            Not sure where you would place our shinny skag.

            11

            0

  7. More Democrats Split With Biden as White House Hints at No Delay in Scrapping Title 42
    By Rita Li
    April 21, 2022 Updated: April 22, 2022
    A dozen Democrats have urged for a comprehensive plan to address the expected influx of migrants at the southern border before the Biden administration ends Title 42 expulsions.

    The White House said on April 20 it’s “planning and preparing for the end” of the Trump-era public health order, which was implemented amid the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 and has since been rejecting asylum-seekers at U.S. borders.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/more-democrats-split-with-biden-as-white-house-hints-at-no-delay-in-scrapping-title-42_4418049.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-04-22&utm_medium=email&est=6sXlAEfEvUwnnnGDZAHN0XHevcfkgAtaNEdOPY%2FwVF8gGmQ1MvUbF%2Bass5uZ57U%3D

    All bothered mostly about losing their cushy jobs.
    When will Labour start to implode?
    Polls not looking flash.
    Parker raised his tiny voice while the mistress was out of the country.
    Will he get sacked when she arrives back?
    Time for some retribution among them.

    If only the Nats and ACTcould get their shit together. If only.

    12

    0

  8. A new captain becomes leader of a company of soldiers. As he goes about learning everything on how they do things he finds two soldiers guarding a bench. He asks his sergeants why they’re guarding the bench and they say the previous commander ordered it. He calls the previous commander up, now a major, asking why he did that and the major said its because the previous commander ordered it. So he calls that commander, now a lt. Colonel asking why he ordered it, gets the same answer that it was ordered by the previous commander. The captain goes through this song and dance a couple more times before he gets a hold of an old retired 4 star General. He politely calls him up and asks him why he ordered his men to guard this bench that all the commanders since then have maintained the tradition.
    The old retired General goes “wait, is the paint still wet?”

    15

    0

  9. Question.

    Why has Cindy been wearing very long heavy coats and overcoats in her meetings in Singapore and Japan, when both these counties are coming into their hottest time of the years.

    Is she in the pudding club and trying to hide it until she can spring a surprise on the country to gain maximum publicity and exposure? “Look at me, I am with sprog again.”

    14

    0

  10. Stocks plummet. DOW closes at negative 981 up from negative 1019 a few minutes from the close. Future opening negative 1098 points . If those figures hold at the close Monday it will be close to a 6% fall in 2 trading days. It’s a fine line between controlling inflation and ending in a major recession. Agree totally with IAASB comments @ 7.02 about future dairy payouts and if they continue to follow the trend we’ll need more popcorn.

    12

    0

  11. High horse

    Trainer and racehorse banned after both test positive for meth
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/04/trainer-and-racehorse-banned-after-both-test-positive-for-meth.html

    A trainer who along with one of her horses tested positive for methamphetamine and amphetamine has been disqualified for three years.

    Lockett’s horse Be Flexi won the fourth race at the Otaki-Maori racecourse in Otaki. The horse was tested for drugs and returned a positive result on January 28 for methamphetamine, a banned substance.

    10

    0

  12. Junk Bonds – Forget them
    Corporate Bonds – same
    Stocks – Bear market
    Real Estate – Done for
    Cash – Getting killed by inflation

    Don’t worry. Be happy.
    If you’ve got your health, you’ve got just about everything…

    11

    0

    • Braybots@1244

      Oh the irony; Pagani is a former LABOUR candidate, but is evidently too dim to realise that her daughter’s experience is a direct result of the actions of her beloved party (Who are also paying Pagini’s wages)

      Consequences come in many forms…

      10

      0

      • Well on this occasion I have to disagree.
        IMHO Pagani was one of the more enlightened of that camp. That she is angry with the camp is a dam good thing because it reinforces how so many feel about ridding ourselves of the promise keepers both left and right. for the fence sitters on the right of left did no better.
        You see they all have bigger more important things to get done. International treaties, oversea’s crawling visits, dishing out money to the whinging class and running riot over personal freedoms and rights of Kiwi citizens. Ignoring or debasing the law, flimsy as it stands (and where of course I am talking about our so called Bill of Rightds, Freedom of sSpeech and association).
        Many years before the BORA was developed I argued that we needed a constitution that enshrined those rights for ever, but people like Bolger and co said oh no we have history to rule by.
        Well they are, Maori history. history of rape and pilage, a history of the mightiest rules, the fiercest rules.

        So nothing has changed and if we continue down this path it will keep getting worse.
        Pagani is quite correct when it comes to policing and you can’t blame the police.
        Coster, I never though was a bad person unlike some of his predecessors and some of the staff he has.
        Rudi Guliani proved that fixing broken windows dragged the crime rare down, but here in NZ we just ignore it, much like what is happening in the USA currently, excepting a few States such as Florida, where De Santis has remained firmly on the communities side.

        Until we get a Pagani in charge of the police and not a potato from a crime ridden suburb nothing will change. They have no idea and no will, let alone the gumption and the knowhow to make NZ a better place.

        If King wants a slogan and a policy to get into parliament then there it is. Make NZ great again. Rid our country of crime.

        6

        0

  13. The government officer in charge of property valuations will get involved in a court case over whether kiwifruit growers’ Zespri licences should be counted when councils set their rates.

    Growers objected when the Gisborne District Council said it would count the value of Zespri Z3 Gold kiwifruit licences as an “improvement” when setting three-yearly property valuations in 2020.

    In the case of grower Tim Tietjen, the value of his 5.85ha kiwifruit orchard on Bushmere Rd, Gisborne, shot up from $1.65 million to $4.1m, with a corresponding rise in rates.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/kiwifruit-growers-high-court-gisborne-council-rates-spat-valuer-general-gets-involved/XZNKX7MRR3TWYLEHF3YXC37D6E/

    Sounds good to me.
    Help pay for all the facilities their labour uses instead of relying on the town rateayer subsidizing them.
    Tauranga City ratepayers have an even bigger issue with this. The county pay the city nix but the city supplies all the amenities that they use and we know that our ratepyers could do with some relief.

    4

    2

    • But is the license an improvement or is it tied to the plant ?

      This could throw up some interesting legal scenarios and have ramifications down the line.
      For example if you want to plant Envy apples now or Rocket there is a license. Envy is $100,00 but I am unsure if this is per hectare.

      Pleased I have stuck with good old Royal Gala.

      10

      0

      • Well there are arguments in many ways.
        If I have a commercial building that becomes an improvement and my rates are based on the improvement. Part of the rates will be based on specific services supplied by the council e.g. sewerage, water, roading, stormwater etc etc.
        If I have a large residiential property as a boarding house with an area of lawn and trees in town same rules apply and if I like some people add scultures and various other adornments then the property value rises and thus the rates.
        Consider those types of senario’s.
        If say a council leases me a structure such as a wharf where I run a water safari from , as leasee I pay the rates on the value of the property owned by the lessor. (in some cases that may be a Maori incorporation).

        So if you add value to your property by installing pergola’s or fences and structures that assists in raisng production in various ways and therefore the value of the land (al beit in this case tied to a licence) that raises the value of the property.

        Now in all those processes you add more demand for council services including but not only roads, the need for more labour therefore the need for more housing and therefore the need for more community services,e.g water, food protection. environmental issues and so on.
        Why would you as an owner of an enhanced paddock which adds to that demand for services not be required to contribute your share. Do you expect that your neighbour who raises say a few sheep souldppay for your services.
        Why would you expect the town ratepayer, who works for say a clothing store at minimum wages to subsidize your orchard operation?

        I look around at the millions in profit being made in the Kiwifruit industry and look at the ratepayer in TCC and see that the TCC ratep[ayer is subsidizing the Western Bay of Plenty council by this very loophole. We are expected to build and supply new subdivisions for two leechs. The kiwifruit industry who have yet to front up with a plan for housing for the 20,000 extra people they need. ( a plan other than importing them from the islands and dumping them in town), and the Retirement industry which has done the same. (Rough rule of thumb is every 2 residents has one person employed to run the outfit)

        Now its fair to say much of this should be user pays and I’m ok with that. Unfortunately its not so and unlikely to be so.

        Good subject for discussion IMHO.

        5

        0

    • So when govt announces itll spend a few mill helping the bros upgrade a marae i assume the rates valuation will adjust by that also?
      And when they announce millions to help develop maori sheep milking farms the rating value will adjust too?

      Oh yeah i forgot, tax and rates exempt i guess 🙁

      Ive never been able to work out how if you spend your own money and tidy your property up a bit why that then entitles the council to charge you higher rates.
      Whos a bigger burden on council nfrastructure… a retired couple in a 2.4mil dollar house or a 300k falling down shithole with 13 islanders in the house and 7 living in the garage with 9 cars parked on the grass verge out front.

      8

      0

    • In the Waikato Region, I see that many pay a Lake Taupo water tax.
      No water from them flows that way.
      No water comes near them from Lake Taupo,
      Still it is deemed they must pay.

      Now they are being hit for a plus on their rates for their own catchment.

      I note other Councils have found ways of spreading the tax to other areas, that do not even receive that service. but deny them a say on that that expenditure!
      The excuse is that the rate is too high for a house in that suburban area.

      9

      0

  14. dl and Robbo, denial is not just a river in Egypt.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/04/national-s-nicola-willis-says-government-is-wrong-denying-homegrown-issue-behind-skyrocketing-inflation-rates.html
    National’s deputy leader and finance spokesperson Nicola Willis says the Government is wrong to deny the “homegrown issue” contributing to spiralling inflation rates.

    Annual inflation is continuing to skyrocket with figures released on Thursday revealing inflation hit 6.9 percent, the largest year-on-year increase in nearly 32 years – and it could go higher.

    Appearing on Newshub Nation on Saturday, Willis said there are domestic factors contributing to the large rate of inflation.

    10

    0

    • Other inflation that is noticeable…
      Labour party egos and arrogance = 237% increase
      Robbo and 3 pies wasteline 39%
      Racial division 62%
      Policy failure 176%
      Clarke gayfords left nostril 81%

      Areas affected by deflation
      Accountability = -292%
      Good ideas – off the chart negative territory
      Trust in politicians= also off the chart
      Trust in the healthcare/ medical systen = -142%
      Govt caring about the ppl = no longer existant

      10

      0

    • Of course. You print lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of money, you cause inflation. Too much cash in the system, not enough product and services = price rise = inflation. The blame is at your feet, fatboy.

      8

      0

  15. The road was closed to the public.
    Did the council and or police give timely advertisement of that as any other organisation would have to?

    …. 20 police cars are on site and police have closed the road to the public – while establishing a checkpoint for gang members to ride through. ….

    …. checkpoint was used to check driver-licensing and vehicle compliance.

    “People in the area would have noticed that police were highly visible as a result and were monitoring any dangerous driving behaviour or other anti-social behaviour,” the statement said.

    “In general, those who went through the checkpoint were compliant and vehicles were up to the required standard.” …
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/300571900/auckland-road-closed-as-killer-beez-gang-members-gather-for-annual-meeting

    So what other things were ready to come to hand for a policemen?
    Did the police beg?
    How did they show a need?
    Is even having one, too many?
    https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1099/#comment-235996

    9

    0

  16. Seems like Ed’s moderation does not like this “filthy river flow”
    Thanks in advance Ed. 🙂
    .
    Now already in the drinking water act where water is supplied or even comes from a roof, then there has to be a total plan of action to have it go through some approved system, plans, with regular approval checks, upgrades etc..
    & so the legal goobley gook jargon pidgin Mash starts:—-
    .
    ….. There are many smaller drinking water supplies that did not need to register with the Ministry of Health under the Health Act requirements for drinking water.
    These supplies will eventually need to be registered under the Water Services Act, however will have time to meet all the compliance requirements.
    .
    If you own an unregistered water carrier service, you must register your service by 15 November 2022. ….

    https://www.taumataarowai.govt.nz/for-water-suppliers/
    Note that some of those points may reviewed: and so tweaked up, “the shifting goal posts”.
    .
    On & on it will go, so it would seem that one will have to supervise the regular washing of hands of other households, in standard approved procedures, so as not to be held liable for any problems of health that may be attributed to in another person.
    .
    …. Duties.
    Suppliers will have significant new duties including:
    .
    – Registering their supply;
    .
    – Complying with drinking water standards, including aesthetic standards;
    .
    – Providing sufficient quantities;
    .
    – Having a drinking water safety plan;
    .
    – Notifying the new authority (Taumata Arowai) and local authorities of any risk or hazard to the water;
    .
    – Maintaining records of supply, compliance and monitoring (that will need to be done via an accredited laboratory);
    .
    – Providing specified information and a complaints process for those consuming the water; and
    .
    – Paying fees and levies as Taumata Arowai requires.
    .
    These duties are imposed on a wide range of people, including those working or volunteering for the supplier.
    .
    Penalties
    There are significant penalties for breaching the Act. For example, a failure to register a drinking water supply can result in a maximum fine of $50,000 for the individual and $200,000 for a body corporate.
    ..
    Private criminal prosecution is also allowed if Taumata Arowai is not taking a complaint further. ….

    https://www.franksogilvie.co.nz/news/explainer-water-services-act-2021

    This may have been mentioned before, and now it is seems to be activated.
    I heard today how one person went from an $120,000 office job to a $160,000 office job in our area.That person has never managed anything of value in her life, just run offices.
    I note that fees and levies seem to be a requirement in the duties as they require.
    A form of rainfall tax on a roof?
    I am sure they will when required figure a levy for what you may overflow. 🙁

    8

    0

    • Yup i bought up this issue a while ago. Theyre going as far as dictating what needs to go between your downpipe and a tank plus likely youll need uv treatment at minimum with a holding capacity for 4? Days of treated water.
      If your bore suppliers 2 or more houses they want you registered as a supplier and you must treat the water you supply… both need yearly compliance checks $$$ i bet the maoris will get the privilidge of collecting those fees and no doubt the registering as a supplier is really so they can collect royalties from the water take.

      Just more over reach and control freakery, any clip board warrior dogooder that darkens my doorstep over my household bore/rainwater best be wanting a free broken nose

      11

      0

      • IN the BOP rural many are fitting ultrsa violet and filtration anyway.
        Water from the sky is not necessarily clen these days. aeroplanes dumping shit and all that but also pine pollen and either pollens, dust from other area’s including Australia. Yes we get it.

        Wether it requires ll this paperwork is debatable but in these days af arse covering and compliance where new buidling has these things ftted I’m not surprised.

        As an old bugger these things piss me off. Even have to have a fire drill in an open ended building FFS.
        But I can tell ya dealing with some people that really are that fucking dumb. The never last working for me for more than a few days if they ever get a start.
        I blame the education system and lack of army training. More about teaching arts and sex than about the real challenges of life.

        https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1099/#comment-236014

        https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1099/#comment-236016

        6

        1

          • didn’t need school for any of that.

            In case you couldn’t figure it out I was suggesting the many need training in basic disciplines such as getting dressed, to work on time, how to feed yourself and others rather than how to make a movie, fill in a FB page , become a transgender or root the tart next door.

            7

            1

    • Apart from being exciting in many ways it shows the obstinacy of govt. and political groups.

      Another thing for King to push forward.
      Much more R & D money and freeing up the rules.

      I read recently about the opening of a new plant in Corpus Christi that came in at around 2 billion dollars, whose sole purpose was to produce polyester. Polyester is used in millions of products including your clothes.
      a couple of plants like that or a few that do things like fermenting proct would change NZ’s wealth.

      Time we focused on wealth rather than GDP.

      3

      1

  17. Public pressure to retain former Refining NZ operations shows no signs of abating, with a public meeting to be held in Whangārei this weekend.

    Social Credit leader Chris Leitch is organising the meeting at the Forum North from 1pm on Sunday, and judging from the vehement opposition to the refinery’s closure, he expects a good crowd to be in attendance.

    Refining NZ has been trading under the name of Channel Infrastructure since April 1 after converting the site into an import terminal.

    Aaron Holroyd, an employee of Channel Infrastructure who finishes at the end of May after 35 years at the refinery, will be among the guest speakers on Sunday.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/northern-advocate/news/social-credit-organise-public-meeting-to-retain-marsden-point-refinery/YURSVJQZGDXHKSCFVZFQFXMFEQ/?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=nzh_fb&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1650569918

    4

    0

  18. Have just seen TV one news where Maori are claiming to have invented trench’ ware fare escape routes etc that were used in later wars.
    Much cleverer than the “bloody” British !
    Wonder why they lost?
    Perhaps they ran out of the Caterpillar diggers that created todays mock up!

    9

    0

  19. I thought he would have done better, and would have fisked at least some of the proposal, stayed on topic, plus have more finesse in making those points.

    John Ansell speaks to Maori Affairs Committee on zoom April 22
    https://youtu.be/z01LE_5q4JQ
    4 mins 38 secs : Apr 23, 2022

    He made some points, but blurs them, so they will not stick. Sure Ansell is right, but to consisder the time & place, & Not dig holes.

    I hope there are much better submissions, with succinct memes, sound bites, to come where one can get in behind much more whole-heartedly.

    1

    0

  20. Noting where the change in culture, is now dragging the issues kicking & screaming into politics.

    Slip-Slidin’ Away: The Progressive Left Now Gets Thrashed on Every Issue, Everywhere
    https://youtu.be/93VL7hf6Yq8
    18 mins 55 secs : Apr 23, 2022 : Bill Whittle

    In a verbal barrage that chronicles the failure of the Progressive Left, Bill Whittle illustrates how they now lose on every issue, everywhere, all the time. Meanwhile, real America rises.

    Using covet operations to bring an agenda is now exposed.
    Critical Race Theory is being challenged by many in a wide spread manner.
    The “grooming” of children is at all levels is now being talked about & challenged.

    H. Clinton, Russian collusion, Laptops, Voting issues will not go away, and the pressures from it will not go away.
    President, Vice, Speaker, Leader, Democrat Party are a laughing stock.
    Putin inflation, Covid, Ukraine*, …. yeah right …:
    2nd amendment valued.
    Shanghai is showing the Chinese, just what their Government is doing, as their quality of life overall has improved, but now, they will figure the government.
    Elon Musk, can spend enough money to buy “free speech” is unsettling the controllers.
    CNN+ premium only 10,000 subscribers, only 1% of what they expected to join.

    Politics is downstream of Popular Culture.
    The politics takes time, like a 2 year & 4 year cycle to show.
    Popular culture, we make daily decisions, like what movie to watch.

    End of the beginning and coming to up, is the beginning of the end.
    The top 3 Democrats are a laughing stock.
    * a different take for me.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Can we expose that a bit more in New Zealand. 🙂
    I think it is a matter of staying true, true to our principles.
    So look a bit more where popular culture is going.
    That is why I enjoyed Dertysesh now & again comedic fisking Ardern.
    Seeing that a number of young people have Ardern & crew well figured out.
    Not his taste in music though.

    Off The Top Podcast – The Response (Episode Two)
    https://youtu.be/U9BLttOkWfE
    33 mins 33 secs : 20th April 2022 : Dertysesh
    There is a timetable to click on.
    Starts 14:35 Cov!d Propaganda

    1

    0

Recent posts

The 10-Year Pandemic Plan

The 10-Year Pandemic Plan by Dr. Joseph Mercola STORY AT-A-GLANCE Thousands of medical doctors and scientists now believe that the pandemic was planned and used to install...

Monkey Pox Is Coming

Do Mares get the Pox? I know one that should

“Mistakes Were Made”

“Mistakes Were Made" In 1998, President Clinton said it when asked about a fundraising scandal. In 1973, Nixon spokesman Ron Ziegler said it when apologizing...

Pfizer CEO Announces Trackable Chip in Pills

Creepy Pfizer CEO Announces Trackable Chip in Pills to Bring the New World Order’s Dreams to Fruition By J.D. Rucker Imagine pills that send signals to your...

Recent comments

Saggy on Have Your Say
revtech120 on Have Your Say
The Ancient Hooligan on Have Your Say
waikatogirl on Have Your Say
I am a stupid boy on Have Your Say
wiseowl on Have Your Say
Brian Marshall on Have Your Say

The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
broken clouds
10.2 ° C
11.9 °
9.6 °
95 %
0.5kmh
52 %
Sun
12 °
Mon
16 °
Tue
15 °
Wed
17 °
Thu
16 °
NZD - New Zealand Dollar
USD
1.5954
EUR
1.6792
AUD
1.1046
CAD
1.2276
GBP
1.9514
JPY
0.0123
CNY
0.2364
INR
0.0206