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  1. When you know big problems are coming !!!!!!
    Both NBC and FOX are reporting of a “worrying increase in severe liver disease in under 10 year old children” .
    It’s either that POS Putin ,Trump. or climate change that’s to blame is My guess
    I’ll be watching Joy Reid, Rachel Maddow and Bryan Stelter to get to the bottom of it., or possibly the NZ prime ministers “0ne source of factual news” we are all so familiar with. FUUUCCCKKK.

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    • I am not big into Christianity however it is better than Liebour unless it’s a cult, and that is what liebour seems to be, it is a cult. Just the same, it offers sex issues, lies, deceit, bat shit crazy leaders, the hangers on, they offer all that and more. Good morning to you all, yes even those who are battling with……..the virus or the Pfizer. FFFJA.
      You may have believed the Podium at one stage of your lives. But never mind just enjoy this beautiful weather. You have crossed over to the right side now.

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    • Wow, really enjoying what I have heard so far – 30 minutes in. Have read his F/B entries before but never heard him speak, very impressive. What a shame we can never get people such as this into Parliament as leaders.
      FJA

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    • I put playback speed onto x1.5. Quite good insight into why Pacific loyally vote for Labour. Had them questioning family and community values not matching Labour values and the fact Labour are damaging their lives and not improving their communities. Explains Marxist agenda and says we live under a fascist state. Had them questioning what is “colonisation” and why it’s used as a stick to divide. The Pacific guys agreed they need to be aware of politics and hopefully so do their listeners.

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  2. Cindy received a rather large cheque from an unknown entity. Rather than be caught cashing such a large cheque, she gave it to Jethro and told him to go cash the cheque.
    Jethro walked into the bank. When he’s called over to the teller, he says, “Good morning, could you please cash this cheque for me?”
    The teller replied, “It would be my pleasure sir. Could you please show me your ID?”
    Jethro said, “Truthfully, I didn’t bring my ID with me as I didn’t think there was any need to. I’m the future husband of your PM”
    The teller said, “Yes sir, I know who you are, but with all the regulations and monitoring of the banks  because of impostors, forgers, and requirements of the legislation etc., I must insist on seeing ID.”
    Jethro said, “Just ask anyone here at the bank who I am and they’ll tell you. Everybody knows who I am.”
    The teller said, “I’m sorry, but these are the bank rules and I must follow them”
    Getting a bit agitated, Jethro snapped, “C’mon woman, I’m urging you, please, to cash this cheque..”
    The teller said, “Look sir, here is an example of what we can do. One day, Lydia Ko came into  the bank without ID. To prove she was Lydia Ko, she pulled out her putter and made a beautiful shot across the bank into a cup. With that shot we knew her to be Lydia Ko and cashed her cheque. So, sir, what can you do to prove that it is you, and only you?”
    Jethro stands there thinking, and thinking, and finally says, “Honestly, my mind is a total blank… there’s  nothing that comes to my mind. I can’t think of a single thing. I have absolutely no idea what to do… and I don’t have a clue.”
    With a big smile, the teller said, “Will that be large or small notes, sir?

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  3. Government releases social media ‘listening reports’

    A company commissioned by the Government has been monitoring social media comments about the Covid-19 response for almost two years, reporting back every four days.

    Documents released to RNZ show Annalect surveilled public comments on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and other sites, about current topics like “Covid response”, “virus”, “vaccine rollout”, “economy”, “business and consumers”, “contact tracing” and “team of five million”, posted by New Zealanders.

    The reports for just three months are more than 300 pages long.

    In each of the “Social Listening Reports” Annalect identified a key theme, like: “The detection of the Omicron variant in MIQ is causing concern”, “Some New Zealanders are frustrated and concerned about the long wait for Covid-19 test results” and “Discussion about New Zealand’s borders and MIQ system has increased over the past three days due to several news articles about overseas Kiwis attempts to gain an MIQ space to return home”.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-government-releases-social-media-listening-reports/YATKJOOXVSCFH3EFAWGZIPYVUY/
    Pulling this to bits will be interesting. Like pollies do they set the questions asked so get the results they want.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-government-releases-social-media-listening-reports/YATKJOOXVSCFH3EFAWGZIPYVUY/

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  4. https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/on-the-inside/466162/comment-the-government-has-given-up-on-covid
    The Ministry of Health and Statistics New Zealand has been closely tracking excess mortality in New Zealand over the course of the Omicron outbreak. That data isn’t ready for release yet, but another source shows New Zealand is seeing a record number of deaths for the autumn period.

    The global Human Mortality Database has tracked the number of deaths in New Zealand each week since late 2010. That data reveals 8789 people died in the first 13 weeks of the year – the highest level on record. Each week since the end of January, more people have died than in any previous year in the Human Mortality Database.

    In the face of record high autumn deaths and the prospect of another surge in sickness, the Government appears to have no strategy whatsoever. Ministers have given up on handling Covid-19 and seem content just to plug their ears and pretend it isn’t happening.

    “From appearances, it would appear that there isn’t much of a strategy,” Wellington urgent care doctor Kelvin Ward told Newsroom. Ward organised an open letter to the government calling on it to return to a mitigation strategy, relying on a combination of vaccines, widespread mask use, ventilation, interventions targeted at schools and clear public communications. More than 150 scientists and doctors, including big names like Michael Baker and Siouxsie Wiles, have put their name to the plea.

    “It would appear that they have decided that vaccination is enough and that the vaccinations are going to mitigate, sufficiently, the long-term risks of infection. And that they don’t have a significant commitment to suppressing infection and that they seem to be comfortable with high levels of infection.”
    “It’s hard to say exactly what New Zealand’s strategy is right now, what the key aims are, and how we’ll know if it’s working. We’ve not had clear communication to the New Zealand public about strategy since late 2021 and it’s become even more opaque since the Omicron outbreak arrived,” Kvalsvig said.

    “Instead of a strategy, the post-elimination focus was on vaccination which isn’t a strategy, it’s a control measure. That might seem like a pedantic distinction, but if all you have to offer is vaccines and the virus is mutating to evade them, and vaccination rates are static, where do you go? A strategy is amongst other things a way of coordinating a wide array of policies and protections so that you don’t have all your pandemic control eggs in one basket.”

    My comment?
    OMFG.

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    • As Osen pointed out the other day there will be a rise in mortality rates in line with the population aging. That’s not what bothers me so much although there would be little doubt that some have had their lives shortened by the vax.
      What bothers me is the ongoing effects of younger people. I read yesterday that there have been 769 deaths of young athletes and sports people in the last year.
      Its also a concern that middle age people are dieing and the young that are getting terribly sick with hepatitus. A disease that without druggies would have been almost extinct.
      It seems also that many cancers are growing in people at a faster rate.

      All for the enrichment of a few.
      Becuase our Govt. was so dumb it no sense of proper enquiry into Phizers drugs despite their reputation for bad drugs.

      Becuase Ivermectin didn’t make the drug companies any money.

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  5. We need to relentlessly challenge and not be silenced with group think.

    Neil Oliver: Partygate, Beergate, Raynergate, Porngate – we need some grown-ups in the room, pronto
    https://youtu.be/1uPj3c3zuPs
    7 mins 48 secs : May 1, 2022 : GBNews : Neil Oliver
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    … History is awash with times … …. something else to look at while the fires burned out of control elsewhere. …
    …. sprayed trillions of pounds of fake money, …. .. – including straight into the pockets of chums and also right down the drain. …
    … hellish consequences… … those responsible have moved on, leaving the broken unheeded in their wake. …
    … For as long as I live I will not forget, far less forgive, this disaster of our leaders’ making. …
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    ….. more questions are asked about the safety and efficacy of the vaccines – and with good reason – and yet still they push their concoctions – boosters, jabs for children and babies. ….
    …. laying the foundations of Digital IDs and social credit systems that might create a world of human bondage. ….
    …. An energy crisis – caused not by war but by the madness of Net Zero and the lack of reliable domestic energy supply – might soon see the lights going out all over that continent. ….

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    Just a few things Neil brings up.

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  6. LABOUR MP SIDES WITH VFF OVER INFORMED CONSENT 📻

    Informed consent is critical when it comes to consumers accessing relevant, unbiased information in order to make educated decisions about their health.

    The following audio clip, recorded in 2016, features a RNZ host posing pointy questions to Dr. Duncan Webb, former Dean of Law at Canterbury University and now current Labour MP. It covers the responsibility to disclose risks during the informed consent process and any potential liability from failing to do so.

    We think this topic is more pertinent than ever… 👊🏼

    The NZ public has been consistently subjected to an onslaught of lopsided “facts”, claims, stories, and outright propaganda about these jabs for the better part of a year and a half.

    Consumers have not been well informed of the risks, especially as they pertain to cardiac issues stemming from the vaccine. 💉🫀

    Check out the BLOG post that accompanies this video: https://www.voicesforfreedom.co.nz/blog/post/labour-mp-sides-vff-over-informed-consent

    https://t.me/hearourvoicesnz/998

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    • The orcs are out to drive one to be vaxxed again.
      The system does not recognize the consequences of its lies and deceit effect the overall vaccine uptake.

      …. Waikato DHB has launched a rapid immunisation catch-up campaign before what is predicted to be a tough winter and will offer MMR and flu jabs at its Covid-19 vaccination sites in a bid to boost immunisation rates.

      …. reminds people that Covid-19 is expected to be an ongoing concern and overseas experience indicates a second peak is common.

      The DHB is encouraging all eligible people to get their Covid-19 booster to help protect against the Omicron variant. …..
      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/waikato-news/news/flu-and-mmr-jabs-crucial-protection-before-winter-waikato-dhb-says/EUWOQMUD7JBARUGG5T6DSGYDMY/

      For me I just want a plain unadulterated tetanus shot.
      Why do they combine it into “whooping cough” and “diphtheria” vaxx which I do not want!
      All for the good of babies that I may be around …. yeah right …..

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      • S1, whats the point in offering other jabs at the clinics?

        Yesterday for example just over 1700 devoted sheep got vaccinated.
        One would expect the fearful sheep will likely be the ones jabbed up the wazoo with any needle big pharma has on offer.

        Also note nz has over 3.6mil covid 19 shots left in stock to administer and for some reason more got delivered mid april albiet a small amount but why?
        3.6mil @1700 per day = over 5½ years to administer the remaining stock that has a 6? Month expiry… epic incompetence

        All the lies deciet and fuckery thats been exposed in the past year or so surrounding vaccines has made me really question everything medical thats pushed upon us for “our own good” or “to keep others safe”

        Will have to be a pretty bloody good reason to go near me or my family with a needle now with a vax or prophylactic medication.

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          • Question is ED why did they buy enough boosters for 100% of the population when it was clear 100% werent going to accept it, at the time of ordering werent we around only 70-80% vaxxed?
            Were they planning more forced vax and backed down due to backlash/protest?
            No matter what these clowns do it always seems to involve severe wastage of other ppls money.

            When you ran a bussiness Ed did you contract enough ingredients to produce enough product for 100% of potential clients or did you adjust for supply and demand?

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            • That’s a great question. Remember who we are talking about here. NO ONE in Liarbour has ever been in business, worked for themselves etc, etc.
              For a party of fuckwits who believe males can get pregnant, the food in the supermarket comes direct from factories ready packed in cartons and tins, not from the farms, what else can we expect?

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          • The government needs better lawyers. Is incompetence a prerequisite for being employed by the clown car or did the lawyers ‘clients’ once again refuse to listen to their advisors?

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            • They employed smart lawyers from pout side the service. Yep they did. The same company that Phizer uses in NZ.

              What a joke but that’s not the end of it is it. They also went around our drug buying agency, Pharmac who deal with these barbarians all the time and the shut down Medsafe.

              IMHO there needs to be some serious investigation into the roles and who said or did what with some serious repercussions for those that perpetrated this on the country.

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        • …. All the lies deciet and fuckery thats been exposed in the past year or so surrounding vaccines has made me really question everything medical thats pushed upon us for “our own good” or “to keep others safe” ….

          While the Covid vaxxes are under an “Emergency Use Approval” for only a phase 3 trial experimental, where all the data is withheld from even the participants, which is against a number of Codes of Practice.

          And we need more of Voices For Freedom, Russell Brand, Neil Oliver, Candace Owens, etc; recently posted on here. and New Zealand’s Guy Hatchard’ reports.
          Relentlessly calling out the socialist propagandize-ring and censoring nonsense.

          The New Zealand government appointed medical autocracy shut down all discussion, & debate, declaring that they are the only “podium of truth” for science.

          Then NZDSOS with 4 good articles worthy of a catch up;– dated 27th April 2022 and more.
          https://nzdsos.com/posts/

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          • What better time would there have been for the govt to promote overall health during the first lockdown to by encouraging nutritious food to help ward off Covid and other illness? Kiwis took to their kitchen baking and cooking homemade meals so opportunity lost while motivation was there. Seriously, many health issues suffered could be resolved with a decent diet. But then their agenda was vax baby vax!!

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  7. In regards to the “social listening reports” commented on earlier today now we know why we had to wait several days between cabinet meetings and announcements.
    The govt claimed it was “to ensure we made the right decisions” when in reality they got their bribed media to throw a bunch of possiblilities out there for public discussion then their “social listening group” would scour social media for feedback on how paletable the decisions were, likely only an hour or so before the announcement tweaks and final decision was signed off on.

    Early on in covid theatre it was cabinet meeting then presser straight after with the decision, then auckland lockdown it changed slightly with an announcement but delayed implementation, then the “delta lockdown” last year it changed big time and obviously they were awaiting feedback from the listening groups and polling.

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  8. “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_Benn#:~:text=%22Politics%20is%20the%20art%20of,and%20applying%20the%20wrong%20remedies.%22

    he came to believe in the benefits of state intervention in the economy.
    In the mid-1920s, however, he changed his mind and adopted “the principles of undiluted laissez-faire”

    This should be how a vote should be valued. 🙂

    In the ideal state of affairs, no one would record a vote in an election until he or she had read the eleven volumes of Jeremy Bentham and the whole of the works of John Stuart Mill, Herbert Spencer and Bastiat as well as Morley’s Life of Cobden.

    Not a bad version of Property owners to only taxpayers to vote.

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    • On my OE, in the late 70s I can remember going through Baltimore and it was an absolute slum in the center of it. Needless to say we did not stop. Twenty years later I was over in the US on business, Baltimore still looked the same.

      When we got to the UK (during the 70s OE) we went up through Birmingham and it was just like Baltimore but from what I have seen on TV, Birmingham has improved a lot over the decades. I am sure that like most cities there are pockets of slum like areas but in general it has “grown up”. Candice right about the US cities she mentions.

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  9. Hilarious, the pathetic alison mau thinks if we change the name of ram raids they young scum will be embarrassed and stop it…
    Nah they might stop bragging on tik tok but they keep doing it to get bling and appease their gang role models.

    By her theory we could change the name of gangs to some hurty feelz name and theyll go away, same with drugs and all the other harmful things to society.
    That mutt is really the wokest joke with nothing between the ears.

    Maybe we could transform nz govt by officialy changing the name of mps to “corrupt incompetent scum”

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  10. So chippys gunna announce a funding package to tackle truancy…
    Once again labour think throwing large sums of money at a problem will make it disappear.
    If the past is anything to go by our already high truancy rates are about to soar dramatically once these clowns intervene.

    Who wants to wager a large sum of the funding will go toward iwi lead initiatives that will achieve absolutely fark all.

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  11. Was just driving back into town on motorway, and came up behind a car with “Fuck the Prime Minister” in flouro on the rear window.
    Was surprised to see it was a young punter prob in his 20’s. She’s pissing off everyone.

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  12. Are iwi gunna put some of their own money in?
    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/crown-signs-dollar58m-deal-with-iwi-housing-provider-to-deliver-170-rental-homes/ar-AAWIEJS

    58mil÷ 170 = 341k per housing unit. Unless theyre shoeboxes built on the edge of a rubbish tip i highly doubt this is achievable without a sizeable iwi contribution which lets be real is totally laughable, they never spend a cent of their own money.

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    • $351k is still more than 3 X the average gross wage and is therefore unaffordable.

      An affordable home is 3 X your gross earnings. That’s not a cheapy, that’s the MAXIMUM affordable.

      The fact you so uncritically gobble up the political bullshit is the true indicator of how far we’ve fallen.

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      • While that may be true in your lil utopia here in the real world shits expensive and building supplies are in short supply.
        Land = rippoff
        Council consents = more rippoff
        Concrete and building materials= bend over and take it up the arse.
        Tradies = highway robbery

        Id love to see housing far more affordable at income/cost rates you spurt but due average joe having zero influence theres no way it can happen.

        Be realistic parrot, how the hell do you get prices of new builds down? House prices wont come back until that happens. Even taking the land price out of the equation building a house is still horrendous cost.

        Go full commie and govt takes control of it all and makes building materials and labour dirt cheap at the expense of everything else?

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        • Easy Stupid. The govt created the high prices. What we have now is “ full commie”

          Pricks like Vicky get a fortune in tax payer paid rent and the economy killing benefit of fake capital gains.

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    • ha hah haha
      One of them has done that here.

      Guess what.
      They don’t pay their rent, wreck stuff ,have parties, all the drama.
      Can see that working out well.
      The good thing is that business people who rent out houses won’t have to house the scum.
      The iwi will have all the shit to deal with. What a great outcome for us.

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  13. Gee, a real riot for the cops to quell and they only arrested one. ////////////////////

    Large street brawl involving 100 teenagers breaks out in Newtown, Wellington
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/05/large-street-brawl-involving-100-teenagers-breaks-out-in-newtown-wellington.html

    “When police arrived, some of the teenagers began throwing cans and other items at police staff,” a spokesperson said.

    “Approximately 35 police officers were required in order to clear the area and bring the disorder to an end.”

    Police said one person was arrested for breach of the peace.

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  14. UIAASB, NP library has got in a new books about home schooling.
    Home school hacks. Linesy knerl.
    The book you read to teach your children. Katie Tolitt.
    The preview look as they maybe ok.
    Go to website and look up “library catalogue, scoll don abit in leading page” in the writers name, would not come up on just the book name for some reason, I have only seen preview not the actual book.

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  15. Still no sign of the creature. Hiding in a stable somewhere?
    Getting the hooves and teeth prepped for the ‘wedding’?
    Rummaging through clothing bins for the shabby ‘chic’ look?
    So many questions…….

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    • The creature has checked out. She is in hiding.
      Internal polls are showing she will get thrashed at any election- the public have awoken and now utterly detest her, so her cronies Willie Jackson and Naniaa Mahuta are desperately trying to ‘tweak’ democracy so they can stay in power forever….

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  16. We were just relaxing that our duck-raising days are over for the next few months as Mother & father Mallard have been doing a great job for the last 6 weeks with their 6 babies, fending off the other 10+ hangers-on that flock to our lawns.. and keeping the local pussy-cats under control., when a new mum has moved into our pond with 7 fluffy day-old quackers.

    Somehow I just don’t seem so enthused about getting out of bed at 6:30am to feed the babies.

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  17. If it interests you Transport is next up for Kiwi Transport Dept.

    This is a long ramble about what the proletariat is going to do to screw the transport industry.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/115592/government-planning-nzs-first-ever%C2%A0comprehensive-freight-and-supply-chain
    Government planning NZ’s first ever comprehensive freight and supply chain strategy against the backdrop of climate change mitigation efforts & COVID-19 disruption

    Mitigating climate change, the possible development of a circular economy, greater use of data and technology, a need for investment, freight costs remaining higher than they were pre-pandemic, greater government involvement, and more industrial land being required for manufacturing and/or warehousing are among the issues flagged in a government issues paper on New Zealand’s first ever comprehensive freight and supply chain strategy.

    Getting the ball rolling, the Ministry of Transport’s New Zealand freight & supply chain issues paper outlines just how significant the challenges ahead are if NZ’s to play a fully committed role in international efforts to combat climate change.

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    • It will be a complete fuckup nn matter who runs it, as none have got work experience!
      So they could give it to the twitford and he’ll be out come this election, quarantee and it will flopped!
      Something else for national to reverse!

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  18. Ministers of Revenue typically deliver several speeches during the year, mostly to business audiences or at the start of tax conferences.

    On Tuesday, however, the Minister of Revenue, David Parker, delivered a speech at Victoria University Wellington entitled Shining a Light on Fairness in the Tax System, which is without doubt one of the most interesting speeches made by any Minister of Revenue in many years.

    After some scene setting about the purpose of tax and how the Government has been able to use tax revenues to fund its COVID 19 response, Parker then pivoted to talk about beginning what he called a fact-based discussion. He started by challenging the assumption that our tax system is progressive overall.

    “What’s hidden that the effective marginal tax rate for middle income Kiwis is generally higher than it is for their wealthiest citizens. Indeed, some of their wealthier Kiwi compatriots pay very low rates of tax on most of their income.”

    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/115597/te-wiki-o-te-t%C4%81ke-minister-revenue-goes-back-first-principles-final-due-date

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  19. New property program on tv with Mathew Ridge!
    Fishboy was not available as he was on home D and not aloud off the nanny back porch!
    Bet cindy was not happy and is going to pull their funding!

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  20. Another cock-up

    Car dealers say mistakes in the Clean Car Emissions scheme costing thousands of dollars
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/04/car-dealers-say-mistakes-in-the-clean-car-emissions-scheme-costing-thousands-of-dollars.html

    A Christchurch car dealer claims mistakes with emissions data in the Clean Car Scheme have cost him $100,000 and counting.

    Martin Harcourt of Value Cars Warehouse in central Christchurch relied on the official website Rightcar to identify vehicles in Japan to import that would incur nil emissions fees – basically cars with small petrol engines.

    But when it came to registering these cars here, he got a shock: The system tried to charge him a $2300 fee for a Ford Focus, after an independent evaluation came in at zero.

    They had a similar experience with Audi A1s and Ford Ecosports.

    “We can’t do business,” Harcourt said.

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  21. New Zealand gained 27,875 new homes last year – the largest increase in property stock since 2017 when house price stagnated, property data firm Valocity figures show.

    While supply was going up, demand stagnated. According to Stats NZ data 7500 more people left than arrived in the year ending January, driven by the departure of about 10,100 non-citizens.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/128460556/nz-gained-27000-homes-last-year-while-population-growth-hit-31year-low

    consent swere around 40000

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    • The day that being a speed camera operator is the most dangerous job in NZ can’t come soon enough. They’re vermin & parasites.

      Anyone know what was the official response to the incident in Auckland when someone deliberately drove into a camera van about six months back?

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  22. How odd people no longer trust vaccines. ///////////////////////////

    Fears measles could go off like ‘firecracker’ if it takes hold in NZ

    One of the world’s most contagious diseases is surging overseas, just as vaccination rates in New Zealand drop and the international border opens further.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/01/fears-measles-could-go-off-like-firecracker-if-it-takes-hold-in-nz/

    Measles vaccination rates have slumped significantly over the past two years during the Covid-19 pandemic, with tens of thousands of children at risk.

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    • And labour dumping $8 million dollars worth of out of date measles vaxes.
      Incompetent fools along with sir ashely.
      We will never know who made those decisions. Bet the skinny skag had a lot of say. May she suffer the ides of hell.

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    • “children at risk” LOL – I am old enough to have been a child when measles was just a part of growing up. You got it, were sick for a few days, got over it, and the process strengthened your young immune system. That was all forgotten when Big Pharma came up with a measles vaccine – a highly successful money spinner.

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      • Yep, remember that too. And Mumps. As males we were told get mumps early.

        The role of sales and marketing: “Create a need and them fill it.”
        Ethical sales and marketing address existing needs already in existence. If the problem gets solved, and the need no longer exists, ethical sales and marketing close up shop move onto something else,

        Big Pharma act like firebugs. If there is not enough work for the fire station, go out and light some fires. Every year, there are fire service personnel given the boot and occasionally appear in court for starting fires.

        Big Pharma want to sell drugs. If people are well, there is no market. So they go and sell vaccines that actually result in more problems that “require” more vaccines. Con artists on a global scale.

        Over population, you say, another problem. Keep paying losers to not work, and women on benefits to spread their legs and get up the duff, courtesy of social welfare.

        Some of MSD are pimps. DL is a pimp telling ALL women , including those on welfare it is their “right” to get up the duff, even when the state has to pick up the tab. No problem we’ll just print more money. Oh but now we have over population. Their solution is to kill people off with a vaccine and a great reset.

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  23. Labour run a special catch and release program costing $98 mill and it still fails to release enough crimes. There are still too many maoris in prisons! What happened potatoe anothe failure!
    You will be getting sent to the backbenchers, if you don’t watch it!

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    • 4yrs of age and breastfed…
      Ive known weirdos like that, my mates stepmum breastfed his stepsister until 9yrs old she would even go to the school at lunch and the daughter would come out to the car to get her milkshake… thats messed up

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      • If you google it the age range is far larger, up to 16yrs then i guess they probs go into the adult stats?
        Most likely using the younger age bracket to say “look theyre unvaxxed it cant be that”, id be more interested to see the vax status of the 5+ group

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        • There is no supporting evidence that breast feeding is the method of affecting the young ones but it does provide a plausible explanation. Agree the vax status of the older kids would be interesting.
          Whenever it is categorically stated that it is nothing to do with the vax I tend to get a bit suspicious.

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