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  1. Very strange and no debris all around the place,the propaganda would make any observer believe nothing that’s coming out of the place from either side.
    The Russians are saying today that the American’s are planning a red flag operation in the next few days that will excuse a heightened response from the West and have even spelled out 3 possible scenarios of how it will happen, we’ll wait and see.

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    • French were infected by the revolutionary spirit and still have not paid enough suffering for it. Do they intend to guillotine everyone slowly? Napoleon was a reaction to the excesses of the Robespierre’s Regime and Marquis de Sade’s debauchery. Napoleon sold off the state assets to fight wars he eventually lost (1812 Russia and 1815 Waterloo) and France has been a puppet of banking families ever since. They have more interest in mirrors than breaking out of their prison. I think the slaughter of WW1 fought on their doorstep, broke their mide: Somme and Verdun, and they are effectively comatose.

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  2. So the French love the left? Couldn’t be more appropriate than today when we are supposed to commemorate the good men and women who support their pathetic resistance against Hitler and needed others to try and win their country back for them. If it were not for the Resistance and the brave who fought against the socialists they would have been fucked a long long time ago. And it looks as though they well deserved it. I feel for those who voted LaPenn, it must hurt that they have a socialist in again and I certainly did not expect the slimy little short assed bastard to get in. Oh how Schwab but be revelling in this victory. Buddha and all the rest must be weeping.
    On the following page here there is a wonderful piece written on ANZAC day, I did not for the first time in my life not support the RSA and their poppy appeal. Both parents were in WW11 Dad, Army Mum, Airforce. but I cannot in good conscience support the RSA with their woke rules. According to dear leader….. So it’s OK for servicemen and women to serve in foreign wars, but you have to have the jab to come in to the RSA club rooms and wearing a mask. FFS I am so over all this. FFFFFJA and all in her parliament and that means each and every one of them from all parties.

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  3. France has a maority Muslim population these days.
    Meanwhile CCP have managed to stuff a lot of other countries.

    Russia-Ukraine War Accelerates Collapse of China’s Belt and Road Global Strategy
    Jennifer Bateman
    April 23, 2022 Updated: April 24, 2022

    Over the past ten years, China’s Communist Party (CCP) has strategically relied on its $4 trillion Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to boost its image and influence with at least 149 countries to date. But success has eluded its efforts, and the BRI strategy may be doomed as a result.

    Consider for example the CCP’s stalled attempts at pushing the BRI strategy across countries in Europe. Not anticipated were the barriers and delays created by sanctions imposed on Russia for the invasion of Ukraine.

    Before the sanctions, China used Russia as a convenient transit point for the shipment of BRI equipment and supplies into Europe. China routed its cargo into St. Petersburg Russia via the China-Europe Railway then shipped it across the Baltic Sea into central Europe. The sanctions forced China to detour its cargo around Russia and enter Europe via slower land routes across Belarus, Poland, and other countries.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/russia-ukraine-war-accelerates-collapse-of-chinas-belt-and-road-global-strategy_4420356.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-04-24&utm_medium=email&est=JIgnkjVqV8kDngLrc9Twm8mMI2m5l8Dlv%2FcPSy0P8FY7doCuvrWk2LU45Qhz8hg%3D

    Very good read.
    Extrapolate it a bit and you can see the importance of the Dardanelles and turkey.

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  4. A couple of days ago we talked about Shanghai and why they were being treated so badly.
    It doesn’t stop there of course. Peter Navarro, former White House trade adviser under the Trump administration and author of “Death by China” and “In Trump Time,” is well aware of the Chinese Communist Party’s deceptive machinations, including the infamous Xinjiang slave labor camps, and is raising the alarm in order to put another group into focus—Falun Gong.

    “The tragedy here is that the Falun Gong were essentially the canaries in the Chinese Communist Party concentration camp coal mine. And they’re being persecuted to this day, but even when there is awareness of the concentration camps, the focus seems to be on the Uyghurs when in fact there’s countless Falun Gong still imprisoned by the Chinese,” Navarro told The Epoch Times.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/ex-trump-adviser-peter-navarro-the-focus-seems-to-be-on-the-uyghurs-when-in-fact-theres-countless-falun-gong-still-imprisoned_4413407.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-04-24&utm_medium=email&est=oYPuQK%2FujA5ehf9KfufxpCJrtb4A3ol2%2FnqJhSd%2BZJg8waWGoFERFwMXKHd7Yvg%3D

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  5. Shanghai Netizens: State Media Outlet’s Report of 1,000 Stores Being Reopened With ‘Sufficient’ Food Supplies is Fake News
    Residents of the locked down city struggle for food, supplies, and medical care
    By Alex Wu
    April 23, 2022 Updated: April 24, 2022
    Shanghai, with a population of more than 26 million, has been under lockdown for almost 3 weeks, causing an increasingly dire situation. The local people are struggling for food, supplies, and access to medical care.

    The Chinese communist regime’s state TV network CCTV recently reported that more than 1,000 supermarkets and stores in Shanghai have resumed operation and that there is a “sufficient supply” of daily necessities.

    However, Chinese netizens posted online saying the news is fake.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/shanghai-netizens-state-media-fake-news-of-thousand-stores-reopened-with-sufficient-food-supplies_4418834.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-04-24&utm_medium=email&est=pNYSV3KGuQbqntnggusRZUwyKzJcJ1Jo01INKncbpLGyyR6fBiW2dXHwPmvcLTI%3D

    Have to say the russians don’t behave this way so WTF are the Ukranians complaining about?

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  6. Good morning to all you rogues and vagabonds that frequent YSB.
    Those that can see through all the bs and attempts at manipulating the population at large and leading us down this marxist path to destruction.
    Keep fighting on this special day .don’t let the bastards win.

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  7. Ya think millenials and zoomers are hopeless just wait untill these pathetic things make it to adulthood…
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/education/126910494/lack-of-basic-skills-in-new-entrants-concerns-teachers

    I must say ive seen some appalling parenting amongst our friends/aquaintances, for example a friend has a 7yr old and 5yr old… both still in pullup nappies to attend school, the 7yr old boy will still shit himself 2-3times per week the 5y daughter pisses herself pretty much everyday, neither can write their name 1-10 or abc but yet they can use a tablet far better then me! At home the kids just play dumbarse games on tablets not even the learning type, almost all of our mates with kids do similar with tablets and devices.
    One of wifeys mates she just recently had a falling out with her kid is 2 yrs old and has over 6-7hrs screen time per day… just put something on the screen, plonk the kid down and hit the piss at 10am. So sad

    These same morons told us we were mental and wasting our time homeschooling and blown away we not sending our kids back to school now mandates and masks have been dropped there, those reasons were only a part of our decision. Since the start of homeschooling we have witnessed massive behavioural and changes in learning/intelligence/skill, wifey figured out 1st week or 2 they hadnt been taught jack shit at school and our daughter was a year behind in maths even tho teacher/school reports said she was top of the class 🙁 but good news is homeschooling is far more intense and focussed education so catchup is easier, our kids knowledge and education shit all over their lil friends from school its very noticeable now and we are only 4months in!

    Like the saying goes, “dont let school get in the way of your education”
    Send your kids to a state school at your peril

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    • My DIL lost her job of 20 yeas teaching. lot of years of new entrants. So many kids starting school in nappies.
      So many of them as you describe and so many of them thru the various pre school outfits as well.
      These are the moron class of parent who should be sent to boot camp.

      Won the Inspired teacher award one year.
      Woth every cent she was paid.
      Lost to that school forever. Moved to the country. Might go back teaching perhaps, maybe.
      Her old boss has aged 20 years since.

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      • Sorry to hear about your DIL, many good teachers have been lost over the last year and not just to mandates but also for pushing back on other things like the maori agenda.
        One of the best teachers at our kids school last year got pushed to leave, a white maori principal vs a great teacher that disagreed with the forcefeeding of maori crap to the kids. I know of 3 teachers in other schools around here that resigned for the same reasons although the mandates probably played a part in their decision too.

        My neighbour and another lovely woman down the road werent teachers but lost their jobs to the school mandates too, social worker and the other helped 4days a week with the severely handicapped kids. Its not just the loss of teachers but these other ppl that help the young minds greatly too.

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        • Absolute case for charter Schools and state schools to have an education voucher that allows parents to choose their schools and take that voucher with them
          The mindless and the never be useful that clog up our schoolsthese days just stop our country being rich and famous.
          Ridding the place of the teachers union would be another goodthing to do along with the head office of the education sector in wellywood.

          Our standards are abysmal by any standard.
          But the socialists have taken all the education money and used it to prop up the useless rather than the smart and bright. The they all wonder why us dumb bastards get rich. eh hunty.
          We educate ourselves.

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    • A growing number of New Zealand children are starting school less able to concentrate or manage basic tasks like getting ready for lessons, teachers say.

      “In my first year [of teaching], I had everyone reading by the end of the year,” a new entrant teacher told Stuff. “Now it’s not like that. Now we’re just trying to get them into the mode of how to behave in a school.”

      The teachers asked for anonymity, to ensure their schools weren’t singled out as failing to meet their students’ needs.

      Another new entrant teacher said she had seen “significant” changes in the last few years, pre-dating the Covid pandemic.
      https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/education/126910494/lack-of-basic-skills-in-new-entrants-concerns-teachers

      Nothing to do with the shuffling of funds to pre school outfits.
      Playcentre was the best but too many to lazy to participate.
      Replace with money making outfits that really are not much more than baby sitters.

      There’s worse to come.

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    • I agree 100%, my daughter was ill and off school for a term and a half, I got all her books from school and possibly spent about 1-2 hours a day if lucky with her going through maths and reading she was 7 at the time. Once she was well enough to return to school she was so far ahead of all the others the teacher thought she had been on some extended programme. And that my friends was in the 80s I have listened to teachers at times since and thought WTF are you doing?

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    • Sort of glad I am terminated. Now I don’t have to feel guilty when reading this. NZ education is completely fucked. If teachers had brains they would have questioned the vaccine narrative. Sadly only a few brave souls did. The rest are Jacinda sycophants and I fear for the future with these incompetent morons indoctrinating the youth day after day for 13 years….

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      • ROL, what age kids did you teach?
        Im guessing you taught for along time too? What were your observations and the changes you witnessed in student behaviour, education, morals and ethic.
        How much was due to poor parenting?
        How much due to poor policy/curriculum/wokeness?

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    • Any parent that has children older than 5 in nappies without some sort of mental development problem in the children, are doing something seriously wrong. That’s a job for CYFS or what ever Maori name they go by now.

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  8. The numbers keep climbing.

    Newstalk ZB host Bruce Russell has died suddenly.

    A statement from Newstalk ZB on Monday morning confirmed he died on Sunday night.

    “Bruce Russell, one of our long-time Newstalk ZB hosts, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully last night,” the statement reads.

    “Bruce was a wonderful team member and a talented host and newsreader who brought joy to our audiences for many years.

    Followed by this announcement from the podium of lies.
    Since the Omicron peak, daily recorded deaths have hit double figures on most days. So have total New Zealand deaths risen as a result? Chris Hyde reports.

    When Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins announced Aotearoa would move to the orange traffic light setting, he noted the Omicron peak had not set off a massive wave of deaths.

    But more than 500 people have died within 28 days of a Covid infection in the past few months. That would have to have had some sort of effect on the total number of deaths, right?

    The answer is yes, but maybe not as much as you might think.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/explained/300569591/covid19-has-nzs-omicron-wave-led-to-more-deaths-than-usual

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      • O-sen,

        Many of the new increased deaths are sudden deaths, i.e. unexpected. Flu is not an instantaneous event. Flu does not creep up on footballers and whack them.

        Maybe you could put it down to the delayed flu, or Covid, but with the same dangerous Spike protein in the vaccines as Covid itself, it is kind of too obvious.

        In our extended family, several of us have had the dreaded Covid this year. As the one who has suffered most with health as a child and in recent times (and recovered), and unvaccinated, I was the one who everyone was most concerned with when I got Covid. I suffered, like with a bad flu, but sailed through.

        However a sibling who is the fittest and healthiest of us all, by a country mile, but double vaccinated, has suffered the most. Weeks later, after Covid has gone, she has no energy, pains in the chest and a heart murmur / racing heart.

        I read somewhere that with deaths in the original “Covid”, were higher amongst those that had regular flu shots. Given that the flu shots and other vaccines were given a (graphene oxide/emerging spike protein) facelift in the last few years, and even the tetanus vaccine, deaths or injuries amongst prior vaccinated people are not unexpected. The Covid vaccine is just one more step in the journey towards perfection of people control.

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    • Odakyu-sen
      Flue or something else? Mortality changes in Age groups also become interesting.

      I lost track where, but some have mentioned that NZ had an ‘excess mortality’ that is higher than what is attributed to the flue and it goes back to compare over a 5 year average.

      Sometime things can be read into too much, though if noting a trend, makes one look and think a lot more.
      Pendulums, swings, patterns, and then to average, or what has shifted, and then why,

      It is an interesting area of numbers, how they are presented, just what are the extra deaths? of the months, time, and just what does it all mean?

      https://ourworldindata.org/excess-mortality-covid
      Can check the other graphs, by deleting set up countries and + add country to get just NZ.

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      • Mortality rates will tend to climb in the West and Far East over the coming decades as populations in these regions age.
        In Japan today, 28% of the population is 65 or older.

        Ask yourself, what happens to your mortality statistics as the proportion of old people in your population increases over time?

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  9. “In the name of diversity, you’re making everything homogenous.”

    Thought experiment.
    Imagine three countries: AAA, BBB, CCC. Each is homogenous and distinctive. There is minimal internal diversity, but maximal international diversity.

    Now, let’s mix up their populations, to get: ABC, ABC, and ABC.
    Diversity makes nations all the same.

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      • The ’20s are shaping up to be a hard decade. What do we have? So many “existential threats” that control-hungry governments can use to scare their populations into submission.

        – Climate change
        – Fertilizer shortages -> food shortages -> starvation
        – Hot war with Russia / Cold war with China
        – A “deadly” pandemic

        Other issues
        – Inflation (to inflate our way out of debt)
        – Plunge in birth rate -> aging populations -> aged care burden
        – Illegal mass immigration (of fighting-age male colonists)

        I hope the new 2030s won’t mirror the 1930s. (Or are we a decade ahead of schedule?)

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  10. Depressing to hear Macron the WEF puppet has probably won the French election. France may as well fly the white flag of surrender. Historically a bed of nasty socialist philosophy they have spread throughout the West. Fark it!!!

    French President Emmanuel Macron appeared to comfortably win reelection on Sunday (Monday NZT) in a runoff, polling agencies projected, offering France and the European Union the reassurance of leadership stability in the bloc’s only nuclear-armed power as the continent grapples with the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/24/polling-agencies-project-reelection-for-french-leader-macron/

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  11. Fuck Anzac day. Since when do we put a Nazi friendly flag next to the flag that fought Nazis?

    “A Ukrainian flag flew high on top of the museum – at the request of the RSA.”

    Huge apologies to those that fought the Nazi ideology to see it foisted on us by brainless fools.

    This is what our Government supports… ““I remember that moment, that fragment that was deposited in my head. We stormed a house in which there were a lot of civilians,” Zaur recalls. – And the woman ran out with her child, a girl of 10-11 years old maximum, hoping for help and was mortally wounded. The girl who was nearby, she froze, froze from the fact that her mother was on the floor. We shouted to her: “Run, run!” – and she had literally five meters to walk to a safe corner. As she ran, she was shot in the head and killed. The child was stopped by a shot in the head from Azov (an extremist organization banned on the territory of the Russian Federation) .”

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  12. Ardern’s buy back was so successful. //. How many firearm incidents is that this week alone?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/04/house-shot-up-in-west-auckland-s-te-atat-police-investigating.html
    A house in the west Auckland suburb of Te Atatū has been shot up overnight.

    The incident happened just before 12.30am on Royal View Road in Te Atatu South.

    Police say a number of adults were in the house at the time it was shot up, but nobody was injured.

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    • WG its a great success as pretty much zero legal firearm owners are involved in violent gun crime… oh wait the same was true prior to the buyback hmmmmm

      Its crazy the amount of firearm incidents that are occurring, you should see the next round of gun laws they are going to ram through, its not going to stop this shit 1 lil bit but it will smash law abiding citizens, destroy clubs and prevent fathers from teaching their kids firearm saftey, how to hunt and shoot 🙁 fja

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  13. So nz poolice love to praise themselves and not motorists when theres a period or long weekend with zero deaths… why do they blame motorists and not themselves when its a terrible road toll?

    Same as our stupid leader they love the good times but nowhere to be seen when things are going wrong and zero accountability or admission of blame.
    Not that i think much of what police do influences the road toll anyway but im just pointing out their BS in taking credit for the good but not the bad.
    Imo the road toll is 99% on motorists, the police have very little influence except for taking tge worst of the worst off our roads abd tbh police are probably the cause of several deaths per year too.

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        • Yep we will see even more of a speed decrease to the point that you will have to have someone walk in front of your car holding a flag just like they did around the early 1900’s.

          They claim that the 80k speed limit is for safety, that is a load of BS, its for a few reasons,
          1: is so that electric cars can get places as they are more battery efficient at that speed.
          2: give dumb ass drivers more time to look out the window at the scenery,
          3: so transit what ever they want to call them-self’s don’t have to build proper roads with correct camber etc.

          Why is it that we have a slower speed limit on open road than most other country’s, is it the drivers? is it the roads? is it the cars?
          The cars are safer than ever before and are capable of being driven at double the open road limit, a older vehicle not so much, the roads are shite as the muppet’s that design them have no idea on what they are doing, too much time at a woke uni studying gender issues and basket weaving rather than their actual subject. And drivers, well make up your own mind on them

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      • Nah AH theres a zero in 10, the way these muppets think a road toll of 1000 is great because it has 3 zeroes 🙁

        Look at the TPUs release the other day on “the road to zero” its pretty much an expensive brainwashing excercise so eventually the citizens will demand massive govt over reaction and over reach to quickly reach road to zero.
        How do you think that would happen? Only way i see it happening is if the road toll increases enough to create massive outcry.
        Or suicide rate is almost double the roadtoll and far more preventable, road deaths will always happen imo probs only 50% are preventable and the rest sometimes shit just happens.

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    • Ipad parents bro, its a pretty much hands off approach to parenting where essentially they do as little as possible and blane everything and everyone else for the kids poor behaviour and failed learning.
      Ipad, takeaways/junk food, fizzy then let em loose to do whatever they want with zero discipline… what could go wrong.

      The 5yr old in my comment above i have witnessed on several occassions in the last month just full on slap her mother across the face when she didnt get what she wanted… mum did nothing about it and caved to the kid, in 13yrs that child will get a rude awakening when the real world and reality bitchslaps her something wicked.

      Another poor parenting habbit ive observed by many is no set bedtime esp on school nights, 5 and 6 year olds allowed to stay up all hours of the night creating chaos the next day for anyone in the classroom.

      Some would say me and wifey are mean/hard parents because of the way we bring up our kids and “deprive” them of technology.
      As i write this my 7 and 8½yr old are outside riding their bikes, climbing trees and helping wifey in the vege garden. This morning theyve already trapped a wild cat (which stupid boy got dragged out of bed early to shoot), fed pigs, calves, cows and chooks. Later theyll do baking with mum, then do arts and crafts and my daughter loves to read(probs 1-1½hrs a night reading). No kids on bloody devices in our house although they do love watching movies, to some of our friends we are mean parents because we insist on a traditional sort of upbringing. many gasp that our kids do household chores like clean their own rooms, bring in firewood or help with the dishes… the worlds gobe soft, snowflake millenial and zoomer parents raising even more pathetic offspring

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        • True that WG, my daughter already knows it and comments often how lucky they are.

          I was raised by excellent parents and grandparents… wifey not so much 🙁
          Even before our kids were born we agreed to give them the most traditional old skool kiwi upbringing we could and also not pawn our kids off every weekend so we could play up.

          Its quite cool lately as the covid crap and through vff weve met quite a few homeschool parents and theyve got a good network and regular gatherings/fundays. Theyre almost all in the same mindset as us so its actually pretty uplifting to see other kids that act and grow up like ours. Felt like oddball weirdos for a while i must admit esp when friends and family gave obvious hints of disagreement.

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      • The parents of that 5 year old, undoubtedly still love her, but have not figured, reasoned, understood consequences, and unwittingly taking the easy way out.

        Killing with that mantra “Be Kind”.
        “The Deeper the Love, the Deeper the Hate” once betrayal is believed or figured out.

        The worst part to me, it seems that they do not see an on-growing problem, that will compound, and at this stage will not face up to it.
        – – – – – – – – – – –
        Trust many rewards follow, for they will be well earned.

        Proverbs 17:6 New Living Translation
        Grandchildren are the crowning glory of the aged;
        parents are the pride of their children.

        As respect is to be earned, it is an ongoing work.

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        • S1, they love her so much that if you make a wrong look or make comment/advice you end up getting an earful of blame/excuses and how its “just a phase”

          Its sad to watch, the father is a slug but extremely nice guy who works hard… shes an ex stripper trophy wife who is high maintanence and demands/gets everything she wants. When the money runs out she will be off to the next fat wallet.
          The kid is just emulating the environment shes growing up in, mums on instagram 24/7 and getting everything she wants without hubby ever saying no… mum still dresses like a stripper so give it a few years and that wee girl will end up looking like a pedos dream.

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          • Yup, my wife hated bought nappies and the kids would rash bad with them. We ended up with cloth nappies! Not the old skool type tho but the funky newer ones with the cloth inserts. Dont think it saved me much money at the time as wifey had a love for funky new designs, guess i got it back when she sold them all.
            From memory wifey was paying around 45-50bux for a custom design outer, probs had a dozen different ones along with 30-40 liners. She didnt lose much money upon selling, the hold their value pretty good.

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      • SB, you are doing exactly the right thing. Many on here who grew up in the late 40’s, 50’s and
        60’s had a traditional up bringing which turned them into decent people who were taught to think for themselves.. If you can do that for your children, they will appreciate it and you will get the rewards. Good on you and your good wife.

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  14. Scummo boldly announced this week “the pandemic is at an end”
    The Health Minister in Victoria continues this following bizarre ruling
    If you wrote the Health Ministers Health experience on a piece of paper, it would be blank.
    “Victorian Transport Association chief executive Peter Anderson told The Age on Friday the vaccine mandate should be removed for drivers, with two doses currently required for general freight and three for transporting food.
    We estimate around 10 per cent of drivers left the transport industry because of vaccination mandates.”
    Truck drivers vacancies on seek today is 4,263 vacancies.
    Youngest son now on $43 plus penalties unvaxxed in Queensland. easy local work.
    This is way from over, we are seeing a pause for the election then it will be like France, more puss and pain

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    • Noted also some parts of Australia, of a national trucking company, requires vaxx, but as deadlines for perishables, and harvest are closing in, in another state are not as fussy.
      Queensland is where there seems to be more realism. 🙂

      I also have that awful dread of Ardern & crew are biding their time, just leaving it for others to keep the pot simmering on the back burn, and repositioning themselves to surge “vaxx data passports” along with “business aids”
      Red light, Green light Technology for compliance, Artificial Intelligence will determine whether you comply, and brigades of security to enforcer that AI decision. for you to gain access to a shop, business, etc..

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  15. to the mundane things of life that are actually important.

    https://scontent.fhlz3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t39.30808-6/278768975_166615279058098_4552496184235316293_n.jpg?_nc_cat=107&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=5cd70e&_nc_ohc=Jp_JFnXzyicAX-IuRpO&_nc_ht=scontent.fhlz3-1.fna&oh=00_AT_OdiNfe-eeHiRvx-L4FdjcIIE8ia9Rgi-7iLoF6527VA&oe=626B0AE0

    and before some smart arse from some country hick town or the branch of some rotten old tree takes to the dot pipe, the last one is not a problem for Moi. Thank you.

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    • Would there even be a check of the lungs for water?
      Then the heart, brain, (stroke) for clots, & bloods D-dimer test?

      Added to the “excess mortality” numbers that may be showing some trends, and admittedly perhaps a bit early.
      How many to trend the average age of death?
      Can it be covered up by making people suffer “Long Covid”?

      When particularly some treatments may stop or alleviate “Long Covid” if some very cheap early& first treatment protocols could be followed, besides paracetamol and or aspirin.

      Lock-downs don’t stop a virus, unless a sealed hermitage.
      Distancing doesn’t prevent spread. unless it is in kilometres.
      Masks are minimal, next to useless.
      Covid vaxxes are to be mandated, with no debate or discussion.

      Why is HCQ & Ivermectin protocols under lock down?
      Why are HCQ & Ivermencin protocols put at a distance?
      Why is research, studies of HCQ & Ivermectin ‘combos’ masked?
      Why is it mandated that Ivermectin & HCQ is not to be debated, discussed?

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    • Says the governer/general has a higher office than the PM, she is a screaming rabid labur supporter.
      So you may not get a lot of support from her, but then does she does she want to go down in history no matter what she does, like in Australia!
      You are buggered, which way you go! Been a screeming leftie, she will do bugger all!

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  16. Hzng on a minute mate,what’s up with the scriblers? $erald scriblers say the coal was been unloaded at Lyttleton port.
    Meanwhile $tuffed are saying they were loading the boat!
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news to the scriblers, but!
    One they are filling the boat up and the other they are taking it out!
    I will let the sciblers work out which is which!
    They both can’t be right!
    $tuffed have a female scriber. Ferald not named, could be David Fisher, for all we know!

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    • The coal is loaded onto ships via
      a conveyor belt. Worked there for 6
      years, and always saw the ships being loaded.
      Took around 3 / 4 days to load a vessel with
      60,000 tons. My condolences to the family
      who have lost their loved one. RIP.

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    • Sooty, having been involved in Ship Chartering worldwide most of my business life and during the 80’s I did all the old CoalCorp’s Ship Chartering for all their coal exports.

      It is quite clear from this Stuff scribbler, that she have absolutely no idea or even one clue about vessels or what she is talking about.

      It seems OK for this Government to allow coal exports or even coal imports, but their narrative is that coal is extremely dirty. But that is absolute bullshit.

      So why is NZ coal being exported to China, Japan and S. Korea.
      Simply because New Zealand West Coast coal has one of the highest BTU’s (British Thermal Units) in the world, is used for the production of very high quality steel and is keenly sought after and achieves one of the highest prices for coal, anywhere in the world. But this Government would not want you to know that.

      In the 80’s the Government of the day would only allow a maximum of 600,000 tonnes of coat to be exported from NZ. I do not know if this still applies.

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      • Coal loading up the Great Lakes.
        One of the smaller ships. Big buggers are 1000+ feet long and load up to 80,000 tons.
        Lakes a bit low for that currently so have to wait for the ice melt.
        The trains are bottom opening into the drop down shutes that you can see on the side of the wharf.. down the shutes into the ship. Tkaes just a few hours to fill
        The long boom is for the empty. Pull up at the stockpile ,send the boom out and unload the coal. again not a long time to unload.
        Sip iron ore, wheat, salt, cacinite the same way. Constant daily flow of ships.through the Poe Lock. Canada on one side Michigan the other. Managed by the American Army.
        That river system runs down thru Detroit, round through the Naigara locks and out into the St Laurence seaway.
        https://www.facebook.com/bfeinman/videos/527475535639139

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        • The big Iron Ore ships into WA are like mountains. The biggest were ~400,000T. When the trains derailed, we’d just doze them to one side to keep the tonnes moving. Mining costs to the port were about $15 per tonne, selling for $150 per tonne. Our little mine 50Mt per year. Or, about $20 Million profit per day. Back in the day. Rhinehart & Hancock were making so much money they went mad, and they were only skimming off the edge.

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    • Ardern & crew are biding their time, just leaving it for others to keep the pot simmering on the back burn, and repositioning themselves to surge “vaxx data passports” along with “business aids”

      The tools, as is shown in that clip, is the hard ware, and is probably on a ship heading to New Zealand if not already in New Zealand.

      Red light, Green light Technology for compliance, Artificial Intelligence AI will determine whether you comply, and brigades of security to enforce that trans-human AI decision. for you to gain access to a shop, business, etc.. that will be regulated & enforced by onerous costly penalties.

      An easy extension of some apps to whether you can even fuel up, if fuel supplies become restricted, and then later locked down with Climate Change Emergency.concepts.

      They may be bungles, but this is Ardern’s No1 priority, to put into place.
      Other things may even be dropped, as all part of sleight of hand, squirrels over there, to get this locked into place.

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  17. So whose refinery is it?
    .
    Speech of Chris Leitch
    The decision to close the Marsden Point oil refinery …..
    ….. It has nothing to do with the age of it, the condition of it, or its capabilities.
    .
    …. old and out of date. That’s not the case.
    While it’s true maintenance has been less than it should have been ….
    ….. it is in the top third of refineries internationally. ….

    https://dailytelegraph.co.nz/news/marsden-point-the-refinery-is-not-channel-infrastructures-or-the-governments-to-destroy/
    .
    Does that stack up, and who are the “stake holders” and how much would they be prepared to contribute, pay?
    At least that amount of money seems to be put to some productive return, even if it is at a low rate, but covers very well for the risk to supply.
    Not like the Shane Jones Provincial Fund, waiting for the new Dunedin Hospital, or kiwibuild houses.

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    • Globalization is all well and good, provided that all parties have mutual goodwill. The risk is that a nation from which you import vital goods or raw materials may decide to restrict supplies for political reasons.

      Examples
      – Food
      – Energy (fossil fuels)
      – Fertilizer
      – Essential raw materials or finished goods

      It’s all well and good being a food producer like NZ, but the country still needs energy, and fertilizer and spare parts to run production and logistics.

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    • It would seem the Ardern’s crew want to increase the risk and jeopardize fuel flow.
      Then they having helped and aggravated the crises, in the name of saving Climate Carbon, will not allow that crises go to waste.
      Putting into place their “emergency controls” for rationing saves New Zealand again.
      Can that all be figured in before an election with little teddies in a parked up car window?
      That may help the homeless situation.

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    • Refining NZ owns and operates Marsden Point Refinery.
      “Refining New Zealand, partially owned by customers BP, Mobil and Z Energy, reported a net loss of $198.3 million, most of which can be accounted for by a $158m write-down of its refining assets, announced earlier in the year.”
      “The Refinery assets were transferred by the Government to the New Zealand Refining Company Limited, a consortium of the five major petrol retailers. BP, Mobil and Z Energy are currently major shareholders.”

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  18. Hypocrite or has it just dawned on her? 🤮

    Ukraine war shows peace can’t be taken for granted – Ardern

    The Prime Minister has called on all Kiwis to help preserve peace, making reference to the “senseless” war in Ukraine in her Anzac Day address in Auckland.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/04/24/ukraine-war-shows-peace-cant-be-taken-for-granted-ardern/

    Ardern said Monday’s Anzac Day commemorations are another reminder that peace cannot be taken for granted and must be preserved by the acts of both leaders and citizens.

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  19. https://skwealthacademy.substack.com/p/i-told-everyone-last-year-the-real?s=r
    John Kim
    His thesis is that so many large investors/contracts are tied to continuing low global interest rates that demand destruction thru’ lockdowns and any other means are essential to ensure the survival of these big players. The more concerning bit for us Kiwis is we feature in his scenario – and not in a good way……
    Excerpt below
    Furthermore, from my personal experiences of suffering through Covid lockdown hell in Vietnam from a two-week planned holiday that turned into an unplanned 2-year imprisonment (that included five cancelled flights to return home and multiple multi-week periods in which we suffered house arrest, more or less, due to an inability to step foot outside of our homes without the risk of incurring hefty fines), I can assure the Shanghai resident that stated “this can’t last” that it can and will last. Nations in the Asia/Australia/New Zealand regions have served as testing grounds by governments for what can and cannot be enforced against millions of human beings, and after successful draconian measures were already deployed in other Asian nations that were more severe than what is currently happening in Shanghai right now, the CCP has been informed that they can deploy more severe measures than that which they’ve already currently deployed without mass pushback arising. Only those people naïve to believe that Australian premiers Dan Andrews and Gladys Berejiklian and NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern were enforcing Covid lockdowns on their own without the consultation and guidance of other more powerful members of the global Military Industrial Banking (MIB) complex are those naïve enough to believe that the CCP has likely enforced their latest round of draconian Shanghai lockdowns without any outside consultation and guidance.

    Chinese residents should have uprooted their families at any point since early 2020, when they still had the opportunity to seek freedom. To view my 145-hour journey to freedom last year, including photos of how our neighborhoods were made to feel like open-air prisons, click here. Residents of Shanghai, if they had been following my analysis, would have known that what is happening in Shanghai now was an inevitability at some point in 2022. I empathize with those that didn’t, made no provisions to leave, and are now subjected to ongoing tyranny against their liberties at the current time. However as a warning to anyone that lives in Asia/Australia/New Zealand, I have no doubt that should further lockdowns be necessary in this region to achieve the global goals of the MIB complex, that they will be enforced later this year.
    FJA

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  20. Doublespeak in comments following an untimely death.

    “He was a good boy!” (The deceased was 1.8 m tall and weighed 95 kg. He was a member of an anti-social organization and was killed by a rival gang.)

    “He was a beautiful soul!” (The deceased was covered in tattoos and had been out night-clubbing while his partner and their children were home asleep.)

    “My darling baby boy!” (From a 41-year-old mother lamenting the passing of her 25-year-old father of 3 of her 14 grandchildren…)

    You get the picture.

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  21. A quote from Guy Hatchard’s latest article

    “Today (25 April) in Stuff, science columnist Dr Siouxsie Wiles finally gets around to admitting that “you can’t rely on mRNA vaccines”. Her answer: become more strict about mask wearing. ”

    The pink haired lady is getting DESPERATE !!

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  22. Tod I joined a small group of people demonstrating against the closure of Marsden Point refinery. They were at the Ruakaka roundabout on State Highway 1 – very prominent spot. Lots of cars tooted and waved – and nearly all the trucks.
    Many of the people there had been at the Freedom Camp at Parliament – along with the horse float captioned with JABCINDA YOUR TAXI IS HERE.

    When it started to rain the group dispersed – some had been there all day – so I drove down to the refinery to check out the occupation there. A few brave souls have set up camp in front of the refinery. Dismantling the equipment there is supposed to start tomorrow.

    To destroy such a national asset is criminally insane. New Zealand could be totally self sufficient in energy, with untapped offshore reserves of oil and gas – now off limits thanks to the Woke Witch and “this generation’s nuclear free moment” – remember that from Dear Leader? Instead the country is at the mercy of overseas refineries that couldn’t care less about a tiny market a long way away.

    Dismantling of the plant is supposed to start tomorrow.

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  23. Mrs Rissole is watching ‘Dancing in the Bars’ while I puke.

    Kerre Woodham gets to stay another week.

    How come her boobs are even more ginormous than last night??? Is Kerre turning into Edith???

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  24. Did you see the seven sharp tonight with Hills san and daughter running it
    Auckland Museum, aquired a helicopter DFC from Vietnam, by dodgey means and now will not return them to the family! All because they are pretty and they have not got anymore pretty ones!
    They keep them locked away, so noboddy can see them, because Vietnam is not popular and they have a pretty one and are not sharing! Bloody cunts!

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