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  1. Talking about that useless potato head of police. Telling us that the police couldn’t do fuck all. (which we already know).

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/tauranga-willow-st-bus-stop-allied-security-slammed-for-inaction-as-teens-attacked-girl/KOFPLUMG5TYYKXXWK7TBPCWZ2U/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR0wo4MI8sF8FBvTvOtmzFpZ0ODKh2OmEnleSJaMdJxhdV6QSKoAmSJqkK4#Echobox=1651083676

    The security guards so called that I see around are mostly to fat to get out of their own way or some poor little coloured lady big enough to bully a child.

    Even if they did try to clobber the little shits they would beaccussed of aasault and locked up for the effort.
    stupid fuckiong laws.
    TheNats are as bad as the libs.

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  2. The old supply and demand shit again. you know like houses.

    Home On Air Mike Hosking Breakfast Audio
    Todd Charteris: Rabobank chief executive on survey finding farm workers’ wages have increased by 14 percent over the last two years

    Survey finds farm workers’ wages have increased by 14% over the last two years

    A tight labour market means farm managers are having to pay their workers more to retain them.

    A survey by Rabobank and Federated Farmers shows farm workers’ wages went up 14 percent over the last two years.

    Who would have thought.
    Kea will shit his pearch this morning.

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        • perch1 | pəːtʃ |
          noun
          an object on which a bird alights or roosts, typically a branch or horizontal bar: the budgerigar shuffled along its perch.
          • a place where someone or something rests or sits, especially one that is high or precarious: Marian looked down from her perch in a beech tree above the road.
          perch2 | pəːtʃ |
          noun (plural same or perches)
          an edible freshwater fish with a high spiny dorsal fin, dark vertical bars on the body, and orange lower fins.
          Genus Perca, family Percidae (the perch family): three species, in particular P. fluviatilis of Europe (also called bass2), and the almost identical yellow perch (P. flavescens) of North America. The perch family also includes the pikeperches, ruffe, and darters.
          • used in names of other freshwater and marine fishes resembling or related to the perch, e.g. climbing perch, pikeperch, sea perch, surfperch.

          Now go stand in the corner and repeat 1000 times ” I must BE KIND” to fellow YSB’ers

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    • Several times since covid lockdowns started ive been offered redonkulous money to go back to running dairy farms. I could easily double my income i earn now but nup not enough money in the world to convince me to get back into dairy farming, plus the quality of staff is severely lagging and it would drive me mental running after useless cnuts all day.

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  3. “Wahine insulted for being in a park scaring children with her chin Moko”, FFS aren’t we still banning American citizens until later in the year ,how the fuck did Maori in the South manage to get Jussie Smollett into the Country to write another anti Whitey story,?
    It’s a fucking lie and I’m hoping its exposed as such.

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  4. A racist arsehole looses his mind.

    “Te Pāti Māori co-leader and Waiariki MP Rawiri Waititi said he found it “ironic” Parker had the “caucacity” to call the bill discriminatory.

    Caucacity is a slang term combining “caucasian” and “audacity”.

    Waititi said the bill gave equal representation to tangata whenua and tangata Tiriti.

    “He and his mates of the same ilk wouldn’t know discrimination if they fell over it. He has the absolute cheek.

    “Pākehā should stay away from using the term ‘discrimination’, especially when it comes to Māori seeking equality when it comes to representation in their own country.”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/128472931/labour-support-falters-as-rotorua-electoral-bill-fallen-foul-of-bill-of-rights

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  5. Rugby used to be a game for hard but fair men. The way it is now, players should all be supplied with handbags and a cell phone with a direct line to a Health, Safety and Wellbeing Commissioner should the threat of being tackled be imminent for the player..

    It is not the enjoyable game it once was.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all-blacks/300574564/all-blacks-coach-ian-foster-sees-possible-red-card-blitz-coming-in-test-rugby

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    • Just think hooligan, when a “white lives matter” protest breaks out the white folk will at least have a couple of statues to pull down and be perpetually outraged about.

      Wouldnt it be great if they put up a statue of one of the biggest mass murdering canibals of pre euro times just so we can mock them greatly.

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    • Statues of White people will be pulled down of course.
      Just think- Robbie Burns in Dunedin will be replaced by a statue of Willie Jackson
      Captain Scott in Christchurch will be replaced by a statue of Mahuta…

      What a time to be alive

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    • WG…..from your link
      Pfizer in their Annual Report to the Security Exchange Commission states:

      “We may not be able to demonstrate sufficient efficacy or safety of our COVID-19 vaccine and/or variant specific formulation to obtain permanent regulatory approval in the USA, UK, EU or other countries where it has been authorised for emergency approval granted conditional marketing approval.”

      Here in NZ…”The mRNA COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer/BioNTech was granted provisional consent for use in New Zealand on 3 February 2021. Having met the initial criteria, this was renewed on 28 October 2021 for a further two years. This means that it has been approved for use in a defined group and on the condition that Medsafe continues to receive and review further data about this vaccine’s safety and effectiveness. This approval can be extended to include other groups as clinical trial data are obtained.”

      So what is the Mad Queen going to do with her ‘safe and effective’ vaccine now that Pfizer is no longer confident that its safe and effective.

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    • Thanks wg & Toko
      Are MedsafeNZ being dutiful in that ‘mission statement’?

      …on the condition that Medsafe continues to receive and review further data about this vaccine’s safety and effectiveness. ….

      Perversely MedsafeNZ do not want seem to be want to be receiving this data, or to consider it.
      Is that negligence, that leads into malfeasance?

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  6. This is the BBC. Now over to Simon Jones, in Rwanda, on the immigration crisis.

    Simon Jones: Hello. I am here with Mr. Chausiku Azikiwe who, with 10 male friends has become the first migrants to be transported out of the UK for processing. Mr. Azikiwe, can you tell us more about your journey?
    Chausiku Azikiwe: Yes, my friends and I travelled 6000 miles, first across into Portugal. We then travelled on foot through Spain and into France, where we paid people smugglers 12000 Euros each to take us across the channel to the UK. The journey was treacherous with high winds and choppy seas but we made it.
    Simon Jones: And what were you hoping for?
    Chausiku Azikiwe: Well we were told we would be welcomed with open arms, and given homes and benefits.
    Simon Jones: So what happened?
    Chausiku Azikiwe: We were bundled into a plane and flown to Rwanda. All of us are right fucking livid, I can tell you.
    Simon Jones: Yes I can imagine how upset you are. I assume it is because you feel the UK is wrong to subcontract out their humanitarian responsibilities to a Third Country.
    Chausiku Azikiwe: NO! We are livid because we come from Rwanda in the first place.

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  7. Seems like some connections to an agenda,

    …. 150 doctors and scientists have today sent an open letter calling for the New Zealand Government to adopt a strengthened mitigation, or VaccinesPlusNZ …
    https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/GE2204/S00065/urgent-need-for-masks-in-schools-as-part-of-a-vaccines-plus-strategy.htm

    They seem to be pushing masks, an area of control, but are setting up to push the 3rd and then the 4th vaccine also.

    …. Brooks, an immunologist and Long Covid researcher, said allowing high levels of infection would lead to a “significant” health and economic burden.

    “Already we are seeing serious health complications from the Omicron wave despite our high levels of vaccination,” she said.

    “Vaccinations are critical to prevent severe illness and hospitalisation, however recent data suggests that vaccination has only a minimal impact on reducing the long-term impacts from Long Covid.” …..
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-150-experts-back-masks-in-classrooms-this-winter/BCNENALHQY7PRCXFNR3DEJYSHA/

    ….Vaccines-plus is affordable and achievable. It is the policy advocated by the Director General of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in his statement of 14 December 2021: ….
    https://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj.o1

    So this belated push by VaccinePlusNZ will be tying in with the UN WHO Pandemic Treaty being set into place and leverage the NZ government & people to be amendable, with the loss of their sovereignty.

    A sly way of then bringing in boosters, 3rd even 4th so getting to be mandates, that will need a “passport verification”.

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  8. Kea, I hope your rent has not gone up on your Honda City parking space.

    “The national median weekly rent jumped 7 per cent year-on-year to reach $575 in March, matching the record-high annual inflation growth in Q1 reported by the Reserve Bank last week, according to Trade Me’s latest March Rental Price Index.
    Trade Me Property Sales Director Gavin Lloyd said this would be hard news for renters, who are already feeling the impact of inflation seeing an all-time high increase of 6.9 per cent in the quarter ending March 31. “It’s not an easy time to be a renter as Kiwis are having to fork out significantly more for everyday items across the board, including housing costs.”
    FJA

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  9. The fight back gaining momentum.

    UK Government broke law when it sent patients into care homes without coronavirus testing

    In a ruling on Wednesday, Lord Justice Bean and Mr Justice Garnham concluded that policies contained in documents released in March and early April 2020 were unlawful because they failed to take into account the risk to elderly and vulnerable residents from non-symptomatic transmission of the virus.

    https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-government-broke-the-law-by-failing-care-home-residents-who-died-of-coronavirus-high-court-rules-12599918

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  10. Pollution like you have never seen before.

    The Government is to spend $1.4 Billion dollars to decontaminate 220 Hectares of land in Mt Roskill, Tamaki and Mangere.

    Stuff reports:
    “The funding included work to decontaminate 62.8ha of land Mt Roskill, 90ha of land at Tāmaki, and 68ha in Māngere.”

    If they have that much contamination in Auckland in open spaces why were the public not made aware of it.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300574826/government-pumps-14-billion-into-auckland-to-prepare-more-land-for-housing

    Something stinks.

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    • But when the Nats wanted to remove old 1930s style state houses and redevelop, the left wet their pants. Remember the sorry tale of the old people who had lived most of their lives in the one house and the kids who thought they had a right to continued occupancy? Inevotably it is different when Labour do it …

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      • Tony, of course it is different when Labour do it because they can do whateever they like with immunity. They of course are a most caring, all encompassing, loving and benevolent Government this country has ever seen.

        You my friend, should think of yourself fortunate to have this time in your life, being ruled by Labour and for that you should be eternally grateful for everything they touch is truly marvelous. If you don’t I understand.

        As I am a thin lipped curmudgeon, I regretfully do not feel as fortunate as the Labour voters and those who adore Ardern.

        In fact I think I would eat the Klingons from around a Badgers arse if there was one thing I could find that Ardern and her Government had done to improve the lives of the majority of New Zealanders.

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  11. 🔥🔥🔥Breaking 🔥🔥🔥

    Ponzi players cry out for mummy as the govt backed scheme collapses 🤣

    “ Consumer NZ says the Bank of Mum and Dad is the fifth biggest owner-occupier lender in New Zealand

    The consumer lobby group estimates the Bank of Mum and Dad (BOMD) has lent $22.6 billion worth of home loans.”

    https://www.interest.co.nz/personal-finance/115563/consumer-nz-says-bank-mum-and-dad-fifth-biggest-owner-occupier-lender-new

    Ya can’t make this shit up 🍿 💥

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  12. Apart from supplying the horse he rode in on, Winston is still shooting from the hip.

    Winston Peters@winstonpeters

    If Waititi stopped wearing his colonially derived cowboy hat and started understanding what ‘one person one vote’ actually means in the very democracy that put him in his seat – maybe people might start taking him a little more seriously.

    The Attorney General is right about the Bill contravening the Bill of Rights and Waititi and the rest of his fellow cultural cronies in Labour and the Greens are wrong.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/winstonpeters/status/1519435438485753856

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  13. Gotta hand it to Bomber; he’s got a way with words when he hits his stride:

    “”I think the Rotorua Council redesign of 1-person-1-vote value democracy RIGHT WHEN Labour are trying to deflect right wing claims that co-governance creates special privilege for Maori is the kind of political incompetence that would see you unable to get laid in a monkey brothel wearing a banana suit.

    I mean come on!

    Greens and Labour all voted for it on first reading! What part of 21700 on the Maori vote equals almost 55600 on the general roll didn’t they appreciate?

    I fear the tiny Wellington bubble world of militant pronoun signalling and Te Reo pronunciation correcting snark is a tad rich for the blood of most Kiwis.

    They will not understand why 21 700 get the same say as 55 600.

    They will suspect ACT and National are correct when they hint at some secret collusion to rob them of something intangible like representation on the local fucking council!”

    Why didn’t Labour & Greens see the problem with Tamati Coffey’s proposal & Rawiri attacking David Parker’s “caucasity” probably isn’t helping

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  14. A warning to all that read this.
    Txt scamming clack bunts are at it again, if you get text messages claiming to be from your bank DONT OPEN THE BLOODY LINK IN THE MESSAGE.
    My mate has just fucked up and was one of those ppl that hadnt heard of the text scams and thought it was legit… hes just got cleaned out bigtime.

    I always wonder how ppl get sucked in but seems it was quite easy, he was under the pump at work then got a text claiming to be from his bank and that someone had attempted to access his account please log in in immediatly and change your password.
    He panicked clicked the link and “logged in” giving the scammers all his bank details

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    • I got a Whaka ??????? something notice today its not the first time I have received it, telling me this is my last warning to renew my rego of the car. It is actually not due till September, I did check the rego sticker so they can just fuck right off. There are so many scammers out there at the moment it’s all a bit like the ram raders attacking shoping malls. This government has done nothing but give offenders rights that those who have been scammed or stolen from do not have. They are absolutely useless and the country is turning into a ghetto. Who would have ever thought? FFFJA and each and everyone of the 119 other parliamentarians. Useless bunch of troughers anyone has ever seen.

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  15. Winston Peters@winstonpeters

    The govt can no longer deny the fact that gangs, robberies, youth crime, and lawlessness are all growing in our cities.

    There is no excuse for such a blatant and transparent failure of our system that is meant to keep kiwis safe.

    Our police, courts, and corrections have been set to fail by this govt’s relentless ideologically left focus on hugging criminals as being the victims – with zero attention being paid to the inevitable outcome of our streets, homes, and businesses being easy targets for criminals.

    Where are the police numbers and funding that NZFirst secured for them? Where are the sentences that reflect the crimes? Where are the violent recidivist gang members being held to account? Where are the out of control youth being set straight with consequences?

    Security of New Zealanders should be every politicians first priority.

    https://twitter.com/winstonpeters/status/1519506950861381632

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    • I would like to know what proportion of the people in gangs, and those committing robberies, youth crime, and lawlessness self-identify as Maori or have a parent who self-identifies as Maori.

      The sentence “… robberies, youth crime, and lawlessness are all growing in our cities” may be true, but all are merely artifacts of human behavior.

      You want to stop crime? Show me a “crime”? You can’t. You can show me the aftermath of a crime, or maybe even a crime in progress, but “crime” is just a descriptor.

      The real question is who is committing these anti-social acts and why?

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      • I suspect that the vast majority of those committing these anti-social acts don’t identify as Europeans or Chinese which suggests that certain sub sectors of our population have a casual approach to standards of law & order.

        Fucked up families & career solo mothers should bear most of the responsibility but the namby-pamby treatment of youth offenders by our justice system rewards the behaviour. Most of us know that what you reward & incentivise you get more of. It’s just the SJWs, the MPs & the Judiciary who have problems in getting their heads around the concept.

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    • Why was he not saying this when on the podium with Jacinda…. Oh thats right, the baubles of office prevented the truth from being aired. Fucking traitorous cunt. Now he needs attention so he starts sprouting this. Winston is too shit to feed to maggots.

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  16. They’ve busted through the bottom of the barrel now and are digging up archeologically insignificant worm castings.

    Coronavirus: Anticipating side effects makes it more likely you’ll experience them, might contribute to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/04/coronavirus-anticipating-side-effects-makes-it-more-likely-you-ll-experience-them-might-contribute-to-covid-19-vaccine-hesitancy.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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    • What a load of bollocks, I am vaccine hesitant because I researched the science. I made an informed, science based decision. Many others have as well. I have had Covid, it was a fucking joke. I am not anticipating any side effects, other than the positive ones from taking ivermectin, Fuck these arseholes, hope they die.

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  17. The Ministry of Education is currently attempting to decolonise the New Zealand schooling system, using some radical innovations. In this article, Prof Elizabeth Rata challenges some of the ideological underpinnings and practical outcomes of this agenda. Prof Rata welcomes debate on this issue, and The Platform and the Democracy Project welcome further submissions of articles on the topic.

    https://theplatform.kiwi/opinions/the-decolonisation-of-education-in-new-zealand

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  18. Government acts to outlaw natural remedies – for the third time
    27 April 2022
    The Buzz

    By Guy Hatchard

    Our health and food security is inextricably tied up with that of the plant kingdom. They form an army that can defeat all the scourges of modern life. However, it is under threat.

    The ancient health system of India records 5,000 medicinal plants including the methods of their collection, use, and combination. Abbess Hildegard of Bingen listed multiple uses of herbs in the 12th century. These are just the tip of the iceberg, there are nearly 400,000 known species of plants.

    Aside from food and medicine, throughout history they have been used to make furniture, cutlery and crockery, dwellings, transport, clothing, energy, and much more.

    Yet in our modern life, many have forgotten the healing properties of plants and many of their other uses. Along with the families of animals, fish, and birds we have began to view them as something to exploit. Control of the world’s food supply is the ultimate financial prize.

    https://thebuzz.nz/government-acts-to-outlaw-natural-remedies-for-the-third-time/
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    • Patotoe you have been in power for how long now?
      Don’t you think you have warn out the nine long years, no I don’t think that you will be as long lasting.
      I think you will be dumped, you are only there for your colour not your brains. That’s for sure!

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      • Spy site. you really are getting senile. Nothing to spy about.
        If you could be bothered you would see its a photo of our local volcano with a cloud formation that looks like the twitter bird. It was taken from Ohope beach today by my niece.
        Stop being so bloody ignorant and go get a job.

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      • We watched the setting up of Space-Ex. Pulling it all together was a bit touch and go for a while. Takes a set of steel balls to continue when $billions are on the line. Seems a decent sort of bloke despite what the Left are trying to say about him.

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        • Married with 6 or 7 kids. Can’t remember exactly.
          Not a god bothering type.
          Smart bugger I reckon. Didn’t get done what he has without picking the right people.
          That’s as much his skill as anything.
          Despises lefties as much as anyone but willing to let them tell their tales.

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        • Elon is next level genius. Everything he is working on, has potential to be really good, or really bad.

          His heavy payload self landing starships could deliver a sizeable army and weapons anywhere on earth within half an hour. Or, go to moon and mars.

          He could make androids of us all with his chip in your brain, or he could cure paraplegics.

          He could make an awesome actual droid army with Optimus, or make a handy home robot.

          He might destroy every car company on earth by competition, or make a cool fast battery car.

          The dialectic options are extreme. We’d better hope he doesn’t die, and some nasty takes over.

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    • How bout this.

      Denmark Plans To “Outsource” Inmates to Kosovo

      Denmark and Kosovo signed a “groundbreaking” treaty Wednesday that will see Copenhagen send foreign convicts to the Balkan country if their parliaments green-light the scheme.

      300 cells in a Gjilan prison would be rented for nearly $16mn/year to house Denmark’s overseas convicts and help ease the burden on Denmark’s ballooning inmate population that grew 20% in between 2015-2021.

      Copenhagen’s Justice Minister Nick Haekkerup hoped it would send a message to those sentenced to deportation that their “future is not in Denmark and therefore you won’t serve your sentence here.”

      https://t.me/rtnews/23981

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    • Hope is a fucker and big pharma gets rich off desperate ppls hope.
      Theres a reason why pharmac dont fund lots of drugs, some are due to budget restraints but many are due to cost vs benefit. The poor woman in the link has spent 100k in 3 months and needs to sell her house to continue, its highly likely the woman will be dead in less then 2 years so a huge cost for very little benefit except feelz.

      I dont believe we should public fund all these wonder drugs, perhaps partial fund and the patient comes up with the rest but then youll get the winging brown crowd that cant afford it etc, its just easier to say “sorry youre on your own”.
      The few hundred thousand needed to treat that 1 woman can pay for and improve the lives of many others via new hips etc.

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      • Hope? Fact?
        What is the prognosis?

        … without the drug is not an option:
        “My tumours have actually disappeared completely.” …

        When does her oncologist declare her in remission or free of cancer?

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  19. Why U.S. Oil Companies Aren’t Riding to Europe’s Rescue

    American energy production has only inched up because executives fear that oil and gas prices won’t stay high.

    HOUSTON — Oil and gasoline prices are climbing. Energy company profits are surging. President Biden, who came into office promising to reduce the use of fossil fuels, has effectively joined the “drill, baby, drill” chorus. Europe would love to end its dependence on Russia.

    Yet most U.S. oil businesses are not eager to capitalize on this moment by pumping more oil.

    Production of oil by U.S. energy companies is essentially flat and unlikely to increase substantially for at least another year or two.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/26/business/energy-environment/oil-us-europe-russia.html?smid=fb-nytimes&smtyp=cur&fbclid=IwAR0YTblYXZpnn32NK1TXrhezkpy93C2R-Okujw8ZXl5UlHtyCRi0BeLy73s

    worth a read.

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    • Wouldnt it be hilarious if cindy and mahutapotomus deliver the ultimate fark you tommorow…. oh sorry we dont have the money to compensate councils but we’re still going to seize your water assets and hand them to mahutas whanau.

      Please be so, by nightfall flaming torches and pitchfork crowds will have this govt sorted out

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