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    • The tech mogul and philanthropist said he did not want to sound ‘doom and gloom’ but warned there was a risk an ‘even more transmissive and even more fatal’ variant could be generated. Generated!

      No Billy Boy:
      In nature, viruses emerge or evolve.
      In labs, viruses are generated.

      He is so brainwashed by having his fingers in virus/vaccine pies, and skewed his view of the world so badly, he can’t find the right words anymore.

      Either that or the statement is a veiled threat.

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  1. Imagine Eds beautiful little girl in his meme being your own daughter, your sitting in your doctors surgery and they’ve just told you she’s suffering from an extremely rare type of hepatitis that normally affects only 1 in 300,000 young children .
    This is the scenario being faced by an alarmingly growing number of mums and dads worldwide (only a couple of weeks ago it was one Country in Europe so nothing to worry about) ,now it’s in many countries and must be addressed.

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  2. Check out El Jazeera ” many childhood diseases are making comebacks after children’s vaccines have not been administered for 30 months ”
    Oh yes the covid response was a worldwide fuck up that’ll kill 10x more people than the actual yearly flu that it should have been treated as.

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  3. The bullies are out in force.
    Elon Musk Warned by Western Governments Following Twitter Takeover
    By Jack Phillips
    April 26, 2022 Updated: April 26, 2022
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    The European Union and the United Kingdom both issued vague warnings to Tesla CEO Elon Musk on content moderation following his recent takeover of Twitter.

    “Regardless of ownership, all social media platforms must be responsible,” UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office told the BBC, without elaborating.

    “Be it cars or social media, any company operating in Europe needs to comply with our rules … regardless of their shareholding,” Thierry Breton, commissioner for the internal market at the EU executive, wrote in a thinly veiled warning on Twitter.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/elon-musk-warned-by-western-governments-following-twitter-takeover_4428910.html?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=j1203jej12&fbclid=IwAR3HV6Uo35FjVQtxif4h07oevHODQol4pKhYMUUsxG4c9BPQqon2Hv82k5Q

    Starlink will fix that and you thought Musk bought twitter to just for fun.

    He is a l;lot smarter than these cunts.

    comment:
    The EU has always been about control. Look into who started things decades ago with the ECC. A look behind the curtain will reveal fascist, if not actual Nazi, roots

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    • Hope you got good coin for it Dougal.
      Down here with the high payout the dairy farmers hoovered up or contracted all the grain, quite a few are having to haul grain out of otago and south canterbury and paying out the arse for it too.
      Barley almost $200 per ton more expensive then 3mnths ago, add freight ontop and its eyewatering. Glad im not the one paying the bill!

      90% of the crops going in the ground now the harvest is contracted/pre sold before its even sown, if the dairy payout stays high next season theres going to be a massive shortage and phenomenal prices

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        • The deals are kept pretty quiet, only thing ive heard from a few dairy farmers is their barley contracts are well over 600 a ton, mind you we’re paying just shy of 600 now + freight.
          Mind you it can all fall to bits if the payout crashes, 2 or 3 more dairy auctions dropping and things will change.

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  4. Police division over controversial cannabis operation revealed
    Charlie Gates and Sam Sherwood05:00, May 02 2022

    Senior police are divided over whether to run a controversial cannabis eradication operation nationwide, emails released under the Official Information Act (OIA) reveal.

    Stuff revealed last year that top brass at Police National Headquarters had decided to slash the programme, which cost more than $700,000 a year for hundreds of hours of flight time for helicopters and planes to spot and destroy cannabis plants.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/128504777/police-division-over-controversial-cannabis-operation-revealed

    About bloody time.

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    • They still flew in a few areas though a much scaled down op.

      Tbh the cops abandoning it last year done more damage to growers then when they fly, with zero crops taken theres was a massive glut of weed which in places has still clogged up supply lines with many still got last years harvest to sell as they refused to give it away for the rediculous low prices the desperate were offloading it for.
      The flow on effect from that? Many didnt even bother growing this year as its not worth it, the negative tho is id bet my left nut that a number of those desperate to make money from weed are now into the meth trade…

      Used to be an exciting few days in top of the south when the chopper would roll through, we used to follow it around amazed at where crops were hidden esp large ones.

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  5. I see nz recorded cases is closing in on a million so almost 20% of the population, couple that with the massive under reporting imo we will be well over 30 or 40% could possibly be 50% having caught the super deadly covid…. even with changing the definition of a covid death and scraping the bottom of the barrel to generate a higher death toll the number is at 707.

    Even using their “official stats” the death rate per case is .075%… realistically minus the bs covid deaths and if you use a more realistic case numbers its likely to be in the vacinity of .002%, i guess cindy and the vax saved us//

    Just remember folk they fucked our country and divided society for this 🙁

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      • Same here mate, catching the covid was a joke although it amazes me how different of experience everyone has with it.
        Imo the mind/panic makes many more sick then they really are.
        Those i know who didnt give a stuff got it mild and better in a day or so, those that were covid freaks and super scared got knocked big time.

        Only know 1 person that ended up in hospital, very bad asthmatic but theyre a drama queen at best of times.

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        • Definitely a voodoo psychosomatic element to it. Like James Wait from “Nigger of the Narcissus” [Conrad]. The guy is skiving off, pretending to be sick, hiding from work in his cabin. He goes so hard into pretending to be sick, he dies.

          “Cheers to all the legends. Who never succumbed to the hysteria, who never took a test, who never complied, and most importantly, those who knew it was all bullshit from the start.”

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    • The number of covid deaths could well be over 750
      *This total differs to the number of announced COVID-19 deaths (750) as the latter includes deaths that occurred more than 28 days after a case was reported, and COVID-19 deaths that have been reported with incomplete details.

      https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-data-and-statistics/covid-19-current-cases

      On March 10 2022, the number of covid deaths was 110.
      This was around the time that our Dear Leader stopped giving us a daily pep talk from the podium.

      Now we have over 600 deaths in less than 2 months!!!!!

      Bring back Jacinda and Ashley to the podium.

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    • IAASB,

      I see nz recorded cases is closing in on a million so almost 20% of the population, couple that with the massive under reporting…

      Up until about 3 years ago it was thought that 10-20% of flu infections were asymptomatic. New research by using serology testing (testing for anti-bodies) revealed that the actual percentage of asymptomatic cases is actually 65-85%, so much higher than previously guesstimated by experts.

      I have posted links here on YSB before to both NZ govt health website and overseas research attesting to those findings, so it is not without context or history.

      What is important with those studies, is that the percentage of asymptomatic cases did not vary with flu strain or variant. I can comfortably make a educated postulate that Covid will be the same, based on the following:

      [1] The flu studies as mentioned.

      [2] That Covid, like the flu, is a predominantly airborne virus, and the defence mechanisms of the lungs can remove a percentage of invaders without the invader actually getting to cell tissue in the lungs. A person can have encountered the flu, or Covid, and have dispatched the invaders, AND have generated anti-bodies and still show negative on a Covid test, which is only testing for infection in cell, membrane or fluid AT the time of encounter.

      The understanding of the lungs primary defences:
      [1] Which comprises sophisticated sensors (in the form of your tonsils), and the lungs StarTrek “shields” in the form of the mucous coating on the inside of the lungs.

      [2] Aided by “Phaser canons” in the form of Macrophages that jump on and disable the invaders.

      [3] And the “flushing dunny” in the form of the Cilia hairs that transport disabled invaders out the “airlock” (actually down the throat into stomach acid).

      All this can happen and the invaders never make it into Enterprise (your lung tissue). The “Starfleet database” (your body’s cellular database) is updated to recognise the invaders in the future on long range sensors., thus providing anti-bodies or at least a record of how to create said anti-bodies.

      I have read peer reviewed papers that have found that the body does not store all anti-bodies long term, and the majority of which only last short time periods. This is the equivalent of not having “Earl Grey Tea, hot”, permanently available in the ships galley. But how to create said “Earl Grey Tea, is stored in the ships replicator database.

      Your lung tissue was never infected so a Covid test (even if they worked properly which they do not) would show a negative and in only perhaps less then 30% (or somewhere between 20-50%, depending on study) of cases will an antibody test show positive in the long term.

      [3] That mask wearing does not stop you getting infected as the eyes are as much, if not a greater entry point for viruses.

      [4] But most importantly:
      (i) We are told the virus is a super spreader, i.e. very high R. So if your bunkmate or your kids you hug and kiss and share food with and only a portion suffered with Covid, the unaffected got it but didn’t have symptoms.

      (ii) Among the households of stabbed and unstabbed, a percentage of unstabbed as well as stabbed did not have symptoms.

      So, if there are nearly 1,000,000 recorded cases, chances are the actual “cases” (a wrong word used by the POTty) are more likely to be 3-5 million, as happens with flu every year.

      I trust peer reviewed science that does not violate foundation science, and is in alignment with said foundation science principles on which it is based. And I only trust it once I have reviewed it myself and gained understanding.

      I do not trust “The Science”, which is a Pravda Wolf in Media Sheep’s clothing, created to fool the rest of the sheep.

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    • An announcement of the announcement of what will come in the Budget.

      … part of an $88m funding package to keep young people engaged in school. …

      To bring ram raids back to the old numbers?
      It has long been a rite of passage, going by last years numbers.

      …. 283 ram raids were carried out nationwide in the year to October 2021 – a rise on the previous year ….
      ….. high proportion of participants sre repeat offenders ….

      https://sunlive.co.nz/news/291676-ramraid-rush-we-sense-bit-of-thrillseeking.html

      Since October 2021 are we up to an average of 1 day?

      To cater for our rural shops and tractor drivers, and so have inclusive diversity..

      20 July 2021 : A tractor was driven into the Piopio [Waitomo District] Superette about 5.30am on Saturday, …..
      …. taking out the front door and part of an adjoining wall causing substantial damage, ….

      https://www.odt.co.nz/star-news/star-national/seventh-michael-hill-jewellery-store-heist-12-months

      Looks like a way to overcome the bollards and roller doors.
      A bit more than Myrtle the Ferguson TEA that went up Parliament steps.

      A 4wd front end loader tractor. Left the tractor and get away on stolen farm bike. Offenders still unknown.

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  6. Rissole has invented a new desert. It’s called “Rissole’s Coconut Rhubabar”.

    At the crack of dawn this morning, Rissole raided the rhubabar patch (I will tell you about Dawn some other time).

    After cooking the rhuby up in a little water and a lot of sugar, Rissole got into a complete shit-fight dissolving the gelatine but won eventually against a sticky gluggy mess!!!

    Added cooked rhubarar to the gelatine plus one small carton of coconut cream and brought to boil again (only just).

    Now in the fridge as a surprise for Fanny.

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  7. I’m wondering what will happen to food production in New Zealand when Non-Maori farms are confiscated?
    It is coming- Don’t think for a minute this isn’t on Willie Jackson’s agenda…

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  8. 💥💥💥Breaking💥💥💥

    Real estate agents break ranks and tell the truth:

    “ The tide is turning on the housing market according to Realestate.co.nz, with the number of homes for sale rising strongly while asking prices head in the opposite direction.

    The property website had 27,050 residential properties available for sale at the end of April, up from 15,838 at the same time last year, an increase of more than 11,000 (+71%) compared to year ago.”

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/115604/realestateconz-says-tide-turning-housing-market-stock-levels-rising-and-asking

    Maybe they should they shoot the messenger – because feeelz😂

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  9. Lesson for Liarbour Suppporters

    COWS DON’T GIVE MILK
    A father used to say to his children when they were young: —When you all reach the age of 12 I will tell you the secret of life. One day when the oldest turned 12, he anxiously asked his father what was the secret of life. The father replied that he was going to tell him, but that he should not reveal it to his brothers.
    —The secret of life is this: The cow does not give milk.
    “What are you saying?” Asked the boy incredulously. —As you hear it, son: The cow does not give milk, you have to milk it. You have to get up at 4 in the morning, go to the field, walk through the corral full of manure, tie the tail, hobble the legs of the cow, sit on the stool, place the bucket and do the work yourself.
    That is the secret of life, the cow does not give milk. You milk her or you don’t get milk. There is this generation that thinks that cows GIVE milk. That things are automatic and free: their mentality is that if “I wish, I ask….. I obtain.”
    “They have been accustomed to get whatever they want the easy way…But no, life is not a matter of wishing, asking and obtaining. The things that one receives are the effort of what one does. Happiness is the result of effort. Lack of effort creates frustration.”
    So, share with your children from a young age the secret of life, so they don’t grow up with the mentality that the government, their parents, or their cute little faces is going to give them everything they need in life.
    Remember 👇👇
    “Cows don’t give milk; you have to work for it.”

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  10. “Who’s been eating my porridge?” said one.

    “Yes and who’s been eating mine and it’s cold too?” said another.

    “Where’s mine it’s all gone?” said the third.

    Breakfast time is like Goldilocks & the Three Bears in the dementia ward.

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  11. The mad queen has flip-flopped on her promise not to introduce a wealth tax while she is PM. She looks angry and shitty. More panic porn with imminent sea level rise so PANIC!

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-says-parts-of-nz-s-tax-system-are-unfair-refuses-to-rule-out-wealth-tax.html
    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said parts of New Zealand’s tax system are unfair but refused to be drawn on what changes her Government might make if it is reelected.

    The Prime Minister also refused to be drawn on the Government’s tax plans if it wins the election next year.

    When AM co-host Ryan Bridge doubled down asking whether Ardern stood by her promise not to introduce a capital gains tax while she was in power, she said yes. But she wouldn’t rule out a wealth tax.

    “You’re asking me to project into the next election and beyond. I am not going to do that because we haven’t formulated our tax policy for the 2023 election,” she said.

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  12. Gilbert promoting continued research funding?

    NZ’s laws to combat gangs have almost no impact – study
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/02/nzs-laws-to-combat-gangs-have-almost-no-impact-study/
    He said such laws are often introduced for political reasons rather than that of policy making.

    “If we look at the gang scene right now, the parallels to what we saw in 1996 are very, very clear and so I would predict, in fact I’ll take any bet with any viewer out there, that we will see a big legislative drive before next year’s election.”

    Gilbert said in order to avoid a repeat of 1996 in the 2023 election, “we need to use data, we need to use experts and I would argue that we need to use the practitioners on the ground back when these laws were proposed.”

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    • If it weren’t for organised crime & the well heeled crims it produces the demand for lawyers would plummet.

      There are too many lawyers who have become MPs for effective anti-gang legislation to ever see the light of day.

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      • The problem is the stupid ineffective laws designed to impose personal choices, of a group of busy bodies, on others. Eg drug laws.

        Lawyers are a product of excessive regulation by power trippers.

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          • Readers may know of Diogenes of Sinope (404-323 BCE), a Greek Cynic & philosopher who, as folk lore holds, wandered Athens holding a lamp during daylight searching for an honest lawyer.

            Two years later someone asked, “How’s it going?”

            “Oh, not too bad”, said Diogenes.

            “I still have my lantern.”

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          • Told uso….

            The other great bard, Robert Burns in his poem Tam 0′ Shanter, described the most vile and horrible scene taking place at the old haunted kirk on Halloween night that had bewitched the drunken Tam.

            A couple of the disgusting descriptions of that night were censored by the powers that be from the published work…one of the lines removed related to “three lawyer’s tongue’s turned inside out”

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  13. I see the skys still falling today and james shaw has gladly dragged tectonic movement onto his side in the climate change debate.
    So the jist of it, if we pay more tax, hand billions to green scams and decimate the productive sector with forced emission cuts we can stop a nasty earthquake or tectonic plates changing our coastline and water levels.

    Im fucking over the constant fearmongering a doom predictions in all aspects of our bloody lives.

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    • Thanks for the link WG. I tried to watch this a couple of days ago because I always like Douglas Murray….. but I couldn’t finish it coz Jordan Paterson gets so convoluted that he becomes almost unintelligible.

      As an alternative, here’s Douglas Murray on the same subject (the war on the West) with the guys from Triggernometry:

      https://youtu.be/nzsD2XH5Ef4

      I found this much more watchable. Either way, the subject is very pertinent and Douglas Murray is, as usual, excellent.

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      • Yes, Ek, JP’s tangents can ramble and I’ve heard them many times. It annoys me when the writer’s time is diminished by an overly vocal interviewer. Thanks for the alternate link.

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        • JP: “So the essence of what we have here is not adequately described by saying that we are led by idiots; it’s more fully encapsulated by the notion that the fundamental Nietzschean dialectic concerning the soul essence has been polluted by an encroaching Pavlovian autocracy more concerned with social conditioning than upholding the freedom and autonomy of the individual. Is that what you’re saying?”

          DM: “Hmmm… No, I’m saying that we’re being led by idiots.”

          p.s. That wasn’t an actual transcript. It’s just this writer’s encapsulation of the podcast’s dynamic 😃

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  14. I’m usually way behind on the news but I just heard Harry and Meghan have had their 135 million dollar contract cancelled with Netflix, HA,HA ,HA,HA ,LMFAO It couldn’t happen to 2 more deserving C- -Ts .

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  15. An interesting piece on Noosa – gay pervert capital of Aussie:

    NOOSA SATANIC BLACK MASS HIGHLIGHTS RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS CONTROVERSY

    It’s also interesting to note, that in Australia, as in many other countries, over 50% of Satanists identify as LGBTQI.

    Satan has never discriminated ever against gay and lesbian people unlike most other religions 🤮

    https://www.starobserver.com.au/news/noosa-satanic-black-mass-highlights-religious-freedoms-controversy/198107

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  16. A SMALL regional town is now, proportionally, one of the gayest places in Australia. Far from being the only gay in the village, the gays ARE the village.

    “At times it seems every second person is gay and that’s why we love it so much here.”

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  17. “””Cindy’s going to chuck it!”””
    She promised never to introduce the dead granny tax as long as she was Prime Minister!
    So she’s off before the election. Betcha! She’s had Tame Jack out giving his financial advise recently!
    Why would he be any worse than robba and his financial wizardary?
    Maybe before christmas to allow robba, slimey parker, wee willy, ninny mahoota or even phillis twitford to get bedded down before the election and up to speed as PM!
    As you can see there is a wide selection that could be PM.
    The puddle is deeper than you thought. They were standing on someones shoulders
    There maybe be a few dark horses enter as well. They may decide if there is going to be a route at the election been boss is best arse saver!
    Nine long years has saved labour up to now!
    It was all them other fella’s fault, etc etc!
    Just imagine wee willy and mahoota as the big cheese and curd?
    NZ will turn black overnight with the white flight!
    At what stage does cindy loose the company plane?
    Will we be only too willing to remove all the seats too fit her household goods and wave her goodbye?

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  18. Those sanctions on Russia are really working /// A selection of headlines from Breitbart (London)

    “Study: Russia Has Sold $66 Billion Worth of Fossil Fuels Since Start of Ukraine Invasion”

    “Germany Paid Russia €9 Billion for Energy Since Ukraine Invasion: Study”

    “Claim: Major German and Italian Energy Firms Preparing to Pay for Russian Gas in Roubles”

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  19. It’s all ok when a maori teacher is a perverted deviat on school children at a school camp!
    Anyone would think they were running a labour youth camp!
    The teacher still retained with the approval of the school principal!

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  20. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/christopher-luxon-really-concerned-about-jacinda-ardern-s-tax-plans-emphasises-need-for-results-in-pre-budget-speech.html
    “The Prime Minister campaigned and said as long as she was Prime Minister she would not introduce a wealth tax,” the National Party leader said. “What we have seen today is the signalling, I think, of a U-turn.”

    Ardern wouldn’t rule out a future wealth tax on AM on Monday morning, instead saying Labour hadn’t formulated its tax policy for the 2023 election. During the 2020 election campaign, Ardern said a wealth tax wouldn’t happen under her leadership.

    Luxon said he was “really concerned about where the Prime Minister is going with it”.

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  21. While I realise that ACT is not currently flavour of the month on YSB largely due to its support for the poisonous vaccine they’re not incapable of rational thought. Seldom better than in today’s “Free Press” where they analyse the surprising results of a Newshub poll in early February. It asked “Would you support a lockdown if there is an Omicron outbreak?” 48 per cent said yes, 46 per cent said no.

    ……”We believe it might be that a sizeable portion of New Zealanders have different priorities. Yes, the reasoning goes, lockdowns are destructive. But in some ways, they’re kind of nice. Everything slows down, you can enjoy staying home, focus on cooking and working on the house.” AND

    ” Half the country don’t care if the Government locks us down, and it shows those of us who want a prosperous first world country filled with opportunities will have to work very hard up to the next election.”…….

    https://www.act.org.nz/free_press_2_may_2022

    Worth a read. Regrettably I reckon they’re not too far off the mark.

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    • It’s really very simple. Kiwis think they are prosperous if house prices are going up. As long as that happens they don’t care.

      Kiwis actually believe out of control inflation, of their biggest cost, is a good thing. It’s hard to be polite about this near sighted stupidity.

      This countries wealth was not created by printing money to inflate house prices. It was created by farming and industry. Our productive economy is ignored by the sheeple as they devote their life trying to buy into a govt backed Ponzi mind control cult.

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      • 1) You are obviously way younger than moi.
        2) Property has and always will be a way of making money for Joe Average Kiwi.
        3 ) You are not a Joe Average Kiwi.
        4) I told you to get on the ladder. You scoffed at me.
        5) A 2017 Pegasus Bay Chardonnay awaits moi. That is all.

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    • From Saggy’s link:

      …..” The boy was arrested and convicted of aggravated burglary for his part in what happened. His girlfriend was dealt with by Youth Aid and went through a family group conference.

      Both victims have automatic name suppression due to their age at the time of the offending.”……

      Fuck, I hope that cocky gets off. No-one should have pieces of shit like this walking into their homes & thieving at will!

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    • Good job but i bet the scum lil bastard will be reofending in no time and likely continue until someone choos his fingers off at his neck.
      Imo NZ needs “castle laws” for home and bussinesses it would be a step in the right direction thats for sure.

      A guy in timaru dealt to an intruder last year too (“accidentally” shot, either way good job) https://i.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/127744490/man-who-wrestled-shotgun-from-home-invader-says-someone-could-have-been-killed , the public should get behind these brave folk that defend themselves and their properties otherwise cops and feelz judges will feel bad for the hori burglar and throw the book at the folk protecting themselves.

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    • The boy was arrested and convicted of aggravated burglary for his part in what happened. His girlfriend was dealt with by Youth Aid and went through a family group conference.
      FFS a family group conference, I hope the famers family got stuck into her family, for all it achieves. At least they can now say they know who you are so if your crappy children come our way again, we’ll be in touch.

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    • Now I understand why the best option is to shoot the buggers dead, feed them to the pigs and never report being burgled. Now if that sounds extreme, that is exactly what started happening in South Africa. People would shoot armed intruders or hijackers dead, put them in large black dustbin bags and drop them off in a paddock somewhere. Reporting the events to the police would ensure the victims getting charged….

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  22. Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza believes that evidence presented in his new documentary, “2000 Mules,” proves that large-scale, illegal vote trafficking occurred in the 2020 election.

    D’Souza told The Epoch Times: “2000 Mules will settle the issue beyond a shadow of a doubt by using two powerful, independent modes of investigation. The evidence is so conclusive, so decisive, that it leaves nothing to argue about.”

    The film opens in 300 theaters on May 2 and May 4.

    D’Souza, who is a contributor to The Epoch Times, said an investigative team used cellphone tracking and video footage to prove that unauthorized intermediaries called “mules” collected thousands of absentee ballots from voters and deposited them in drop boxes for money, which is illegal in all 50 states.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/documentary-will-prove-proves-rampant-illegal-vote-trafficking-in-2020-dsouza-says_4426541.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-04-30-one&utm_medium=email&est=bXvQf6hpBMVZO0BPOZQAdzJPSoLV%2BN29NpaFGxRAB%2BOVjRmjaci67KQrxtalUfE%3D

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  23. Matt King has been trespassed from Parliament grounds because he attended the democratic anti-vaccine protesters earlier this year. Winston Peters who also attended the protester has not yet received any notice. The Speaker indicated it was because Matt could be identified. More like the petty, vindictive arseholes are upset Matt is SETTING UP AN OPPOSITION PARTY so has seen him trespassed. Will Rodney Hide, Russell Coutts, and other easily identifiable faces also receive trespass orders? WTF.
    FJA

    Former National MP Matt King has been banned from the Parliament precinct for the next two years after being identified as a protester at the anti-mandates occupation earlier this year.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/02/former-national-mp-banned-from-parliament-grounds-for-2-years/

    King told 1News he was “disgusted, disappointed” and said it’s “unbelievable”.

    He labelled the move “petty and pathetic” and said he won’t be abiding by the trespass notice because he has done nothing wrong. He said he had walked on Parliament grounds “thousands of times before”.

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  24. What would you think of a doctor who treated only the symptoms and never tried to identify the causes? A quack? Skilled quacks will have accounts about causes for which there is not much scientific evidence, convincing to the naive because they connect with their prejudices. Other evidence of quackery is confidence which far exceeds expertise, and that – surprise, surprise – the treatment is beneficial to the quack, typically more beneficial than to the patient.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/115607/economist-brian-easton-says-reductions-effective-productivity-largely-result

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  25. Former National MP Matt King has been trespassed from Parliament grounds after speaking at the Wellington protest earlier this year.

    King was served a trespass letter tonight.

    “In accordance with the above Act and section, you are hereby warned to stay off the place known as the parliamentary precincts,” the letter read.

    In a letter seen by the Herald, King has been warned he could face imprisonment or a fine not exceeding $1000.

    King was a one-term MP in Northland, elected in 2017 then losing to Willow-Jean Prime by 163 votes in 2020.

    He has acknowledged his comments have likely killed any chance of him getting back into Parliament.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/former-national-mp-trespassed-from-parliament-grounds-after-being-identified-as-protester/QMFYV6DXOCX3ZYWN7YIPJ4AD4U/

    What a disgrace this parliament really is. fucking communist cunts.

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  26. Caught in a lie – there’s blood in the water

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/jacinda-ardern-denies-changing-wealth-tax-position-as-opposition-goes-on-attack.html
    Will they or won’t they? The Prime Minister has muddied the waters about whether or not the Government is planning to bring in a wealth tax.

    At her post-Cabinet press conference on Monday afternoon, Ardern said “we’ve already said that our policy is not to introduce that and that remains our position. Nothing has changed”.

    She doubled down on that.

    “We are not doing any additional work and I stand by all the statements I have made to date… I have made a number of statements in this space and I stand by all of them and nothing has changed… nothing on our tax policy has changed.”

    Nothing has changed, except her answer to the wealth tax question from AM to PM.

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  27. Sounds like some of you old fella’s.

    THE MORE YOU READ THE FUNNIER IT GETS……COULDN’T DECIDE WHETHER TO LAUGH OR CRY.
    $5.37!
    That’s what the kid behind the counter at Taco Bell said to me. I dug into my pocket and pulled out some lint and two dimes and something that used to be a Jolly Rancher.
    Having already handed the kid a five-spot, I started to head back out to the truck to grab some change when the kid with the Elmo hairdo said the hardest thing anyone has ever said to me.
    He said, “It’s OK. I’ll just give you the senior citizen discount.”
    I turned to see who he was talking to and then heard the sound of change hitting the counter in front of me.
    “Only $4.68” he said cheerfully.
    I stood there stupefied. I am 56, not even 60 yet?
    A mere child!
    Senior citizen?
    I took my burrito and walked out to the truck wondering what was wrong with Elmo.
    Was he blind?
    As I sat in the truck, my blood began to boil.
    Old? Me?
    I’ll show him, I thought.
    I opened the door and headed back inside. I strode to the counter, and there he was waiting with a smile.
    Before I could say a word, he held up something and jingled it in front of me,
    like I could be that easily distracted!
    What am I now?
    A toddler?
    “Dude! Can’t get too far without your car keys, eh?”
    I stared with utter disdain at the keys.
    I began to rationalize in my mind!
    “Leaving keys behind hardly makes a man elderly!
    It could happen to anyone!”
    I turned and headed back to the truck.
    I slipped the key into the ignition, but it wouldn’t turn.
    What now?
    I checked my keys and tried another.
    Still nothing.
    That’s when I noticed the purple beads hanging from my rear view mirror.
    I had no purple beads hanging from my rear view mirror.
    Then, a few other objects came into focus:
    The car seat in the back seat.
    Happy Meal toys spread all over the floorboard.
    A partially eaten dough nut on the dashboard.
    Faster than you can say ginkgo biloba, I flew out of the alien vehicle.
    Moments later I was speeding out of the parking lot, relieved to finally be leaving this nightmarish stop in my life.
    That is when I felt it, deep in the bowels of my stomach: hunger!
    My stomach growled and churned, and I reached to grab my burrito, only it was nowhere to be found.
    I swung the truck around, gathered my courage
    and strode back into the restaurant one final time.
    There Elmo stood, draped in youth and black nail polish.
    All I could think was,
    “What is the world coming to?”
    All I could say was, “Did I leave my food and drink in here”?
    At this point I was ready to ask a Boy Scout to help me back to my vehicle, and then go straight home and apply for Social Security benefits.
    Elmo had no clue.
    I walked back out to the truck, and suddenly a young lad came up and tugged on my jeans to get my attention.
    He was holding up a drink and a bag.
    His mother explained, “I think you left this in my truck by mistake.”
    I took the food and drink from the little boy and sheepishly apologized.
    She offered these kind words:
    “It’s OK. My grandfather does stuff like this all the time.”
    All of this is to explain how I got a ticket doing 85 in a 40 mph zone.
    Yessss, I was racing some punk kid in a Toyota Prius. And no, I told the officer, I’m not too old to be driving this fast.
    As I walked in the front door, my wife met me halfway down the hall. I handed her a bag of cold food and a $300 speeding ticket.
    I promptly sat in my rocking chair and covered up my legs with a blankey.
    The good news was that I had successfully found my way home.

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  28. On the first day, God created the dog and said, “Sit all day by the door of your house and bark at anyone who comes in or walks past. For this, I will give you a life span of twenty years.”
    The dog said, “That’s a long time to be barking. How about only ten years and I’ll give you back the other ten?”
    And God said that it was good.
    On the second day, God created the monkey and said, “Entertain people, do tricks, and make them laugh. For this, I’ll give you a twenty-year life span.”
    The monkey said, “Monkey tricks for twenty years? That’s a pretty long time to perform. How about I give you back ten like the dog did?”
    And God, again said that it was good.
    On the third day, God created the cow and said, “You must go into the field with the farmer all day long and suffer under the sun, have calves and give milk to support the farmer’s family. For this, I will give you a life span of sixty years.”
    The cow said, “That’s kind of a tough life you want me to live for sixty years. How about twenty and I’ll give back the other forty?”
    And God agreed it was good.
    On the fourth day, God created humans and said, “Eat, sleep, play, marry and enjoy your life. For this, I’ll give you twenty years.”
    But the human said, “Only twenty years? Could you possibly give me my twenty, the forty the cow gave back, the ten the monkey gave back, and the ten the dog gave back; that makes eighty, okay?”
    “Okay,” said God, “You asked for it.”
    So that is why for our first twenty years, we eat, sleep, play and enjoy ourselves. For the next forty years, we slave in the sun to support our family. For the next ten years, we do monkey tricks to entertain the grandchildren. And for the last ten years, we sit on the front porch and bark at everyone.
    Life has now been explained to you.
    There is no need to thank me for this valuable information. I’m doing it as a public service. If you are looking for me, I will be on the front porch.

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