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  1. CLOWN WORLD MONDAY,, “Mentally ill people shouldn’t have guns”,,, Says an old man suffering advanced dementia who’s in control of the worlds most destructive nuclear weapons arsenals launch devices and codes, FFUUUCCKK.
    The NZ press gaggle traveling with pigshit Ardern say “although the prime minister can’t say it directly she has inferred that the US should get it’s A into G and do something about taking back semiautomatic military style weapons from the American people because it has been so successful in her own Country” FFUUUCCKK.

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      • Busy in Sanskrit, Prakrit, Kharoshti, Devanagri, Aramaic, Brahmi and ancient Greek for my history project.

        Blogging will be extremely light.

        While I’m at it, I’ll provide Mike Hunty a copy of my translation of the Kama Sutra. There are some new आसन (āsana, ‘position’) for him.

        lol @ Hunty munching curry and reading my Kama Sutra!

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  2. THE MAHUTAS AND CORRUPTION (3)

    Herewith the Daily Examiner NZ’s third article about the Mahuta family and corruption.

    As it is only ‘Whitey’ who is capable of ‘corruption’ (Never the ‘specials’), the NZMSM will not, of course, say a word.

    Aside from the information contained within the article, the final sentence is, I believe, significant in it’s own right, and does make one wonder why…

    All thieves together perhaps, and much back-scratching to keep it that way?

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/all-in-the-mahuta-family-part-3-follow-the-money/?fbclid=IwAR0LIFZptRWka5Ke5zAI8vkw-vIY1H83_QE1_XHfb3WLpUQuElgd0dLKuh8

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  3. Another stunning day here in the winterless north. I thought the roof was going to blow off about one a.m this morning. The monsoon falling is the only thing that held it down. Fortunately it’s now calmed down to a mild hurricane.

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  4. I see stuffed has taken away the begging bowl thing at the bottom of it pieces but still hint at it.
    Its been replaced with this april fools joke… everyday must be april 1st

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  5. “fiercely independent.
    If getting news that’s free from political influence,”

    Bwhahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa* cough splutter heave*..hhaaaahhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!😂

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  6. Holy shit my Mrs may be right when she reckons I’m becoming a hermit when it comes to local news , as I walked into the kitchen this morning the tallentless Maori host on TV1 was saying something about Kamahl Santamaria who had stood down as a host because of unnamed problems ???
    It just proves how little time I spend listening to the left wing crap that passes as news in our Country, I’d never heard of this sex offender with a name that sounds like he’s a Caribbean pirate.
    At first I thought they were talking about the other Mexican sex offender in the green party who despite being from “humble beginnings” worked out in an extraordinarily quick time how to rape the NZ taxpayer and government systems..

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  7. I was just looking at a picture of Chris Seed who is apparently DLs press secretary and has covid. The guy is a study in arrogance and looks like an evil doctor from a horror movie. I know you aren’t supposed to judge a book by its cover but this person screams dodgy.

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  8. An easily understandable example of how financial markets work:

    Heidi is the proprietor of a bar in Detroit . She realises that virtually all of her customers are unemployed alcoholics and, as such, can no longer afford to patronise her bar.

    To solve this problem, she comes up with a new marketing plan that allows her customers to drink now, but pay later. She keeps track of the drinks consumed in a ledger (thereby granting the customers loans).

    Word gets around about Heidi’s “drink now, pay later” marketing strategy and, as a result, increasing numbers of customers flood into Heidi’s bar. Soon she has the largest sales volume for any bar in Detroit.

    By providing her customers freedom from immediate payment demands, Heidi gets no resistance when, at regular intervals, she substantially increases her prices for wine and beer, the most consumed beverages. Consequently, Heidi’s gross sales volume increases massively.

    A young and dynamic Vice President at the local bank recognises that these customer debts constitute valuable future assets, and increases Heidi’s borrowing limit. He sees no reason for any undue concern, since he has the debts of the unemployed alcoholics as collateral.

    At the bank’s corporate headquarters, expert traders transform these customer loans into DRINKBONDS, ALKIBONDS and PUKEBONDS. These securities are then bundled and traded on international security markets.

    Naive investors don’t really understand that the securities being sold to them as AAA secured bonds are really the debts of unemployed alcoholics. Nevertheless, the bond prices continuously climb, and the securities soon become the hottest-selling items for some of the nation’s leading brokerage houses.

    One day, even though the bond prices are still climbing, a risk manager at the original local bank decides that the time has come to demand payment on the debts incurred by the drinkers at Heidi’s bar. He so informs Heidi. Heidi then demands payment from her alcoholic patrons. But being unemployed alcoholics, they cannot pay back their drinking debts. Since Heidi cannot fulfill her loan obligations, she is forced into bankruptcy. The bar closes and her eleven employees lose their jobs.

    Overnight, DRINKBONDS, ALKIBONDS and PUKEBONDS drop in price by 90%. The collapsed bond asset value destroys the bank’s liquidity and prevents it from issuing new loans, thus freezing credit and economic activity in the community.

    Suppliers of Heidi’s bar had granted her generous payment extensions and had invested their firms’ pension funds in the various BOND securities. They find they are now faced with not only having to write off her bad debt but also with losing over 90% of the presumed value of the bonds. Her wine supplier claims bankruptcy, closing the doors on a family business that had endured for three generations. Her beer supplier is taken over by a competitor, who immediately closes the local plant and lays off 150 workers.

    Fortunately though, the bank, the brokerage houses, and their respective executives are saved and bailed out by a multi-billion dollar, no-strings attached cash infusion from their cronies in the Federal Government. The funds required for this bailout are obtained by new taxes levied on employed, middle-class, non-drinkers who have never been in Heidi’s bar.

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  9. Latest media release from Sporting Shooters (SSANZ)

    A Gun Register won’t stop gang shootings

    Following the latest horrendous Texas school shooting our Prime Minister is receiving accolades while visiting the US for her decisive action to ban semi-automatics following our own March 2019 Christchurch massacre. Meanwhile back here in New Zealand our Police Minister Hon Poto Williams believes the spate of 13 gang related shootings across Auckland in the past week would be prevented with a $ 208 Million of taxpayers money spent on a gun register.

    The fact is says Chaz Forsyth President of the Sporting Shooters Association, “while law abiding licensed firearm owners handed in their semi-automatics, career criminals and gang members did not, so there is still a large pool of firearms including semi-automatics circulating on the black market. A register will not capture these illegal firearms because criminals by definition will not register them and even when seized by police are invariably untraceable because identifying numbers are ground off.” Added to this the pool of black market arms is being supplemented with guns smuggled in from abroad.

    What this shows is that while the PMs decisive action may have reduced the number of semi-automatics in the country, the subsequent arms legislation changes have done nothing to impede the criminal use of firearms by gangs and neither will a register. Funding for the register should be reallocated to ridding New Zealand of its gangs. This would have a two fold benefit, reducing gangland shootings and illicit drug supply, whereas a register will achieve nothing other than satisfying the governments curiosity as to roughly how many guns are in New Zealand, a no brainer really.

    Another related opinion:

    https://thebfd.co.nz/2022/05/27/you-know-they-will-blame-the-guns/

    OPINION: There was another reason the PM would have been hesitant to preach about gun control; it’s called the pot calling the kettle black.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/128778742/ardern-couldnt-highlight-us-shootings-even-if-shed-been-inclined-to?cid=app-iPhone

    Three injured after shooting in South Auckland

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/28/three-injured-after-shooting-in-south-auckland/

    NZ Firearm register to be set up by Aussie Company

    Sydney-based government software firm Objective Corporation has won a five-year contract to set up a New Zealand police arms information system, as part of the nation’s tighter gun controls. The company’s software will provide a secure digital database of all firearms transactions and legally owned firearms in NZ and is estimated to bring in $13 million for the ASX-listed company.

    Western Australian Gun Owner set alight after stealing his guns in home invasion.

    So the criminals break in and threaten to set him on fire until he opens his safe to steal his pistols and WA Police, who helped the crims target him by allowing the West Australian to publish their map of licenced owners addresses, say they “don’t know how they found out” he had guns?

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-28/man-set-alight-guns-stolen-high-wycombe-home-invasion/101107844?utm_campaign=abc_news_web&fbclid=IwAR2vEQ4fw5tXBZcQzcZa-haP8T86L_kJj7K3p4dQqivEqxbMKks5J8jSHMY

    This last story highlights another problem with a firearm register, it provides a shopping list for criminals.

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    • Alice, I had to go to Wellington for lunch last Thursday and while driving through the countryside, I listened to the Pratt who is the Wellington Newstalkzb Host from 9-12.00pm.

      This fool was prattling on about how a Gun Register was going to stop illegal gun transactions and how well Plod was going to be able to track the movement of guns. It was almost as if a Gun Register in the NewstalkZB’s fool hosts mind or opinion, was going to solve all illegal use of guns in this country.

      Well, we have a Register of Owners of Motor Vehicles in this country and that does not stop vehicles getting stolen, or used in ram raids or chopped up and rejoined, on sold or even illegally shipped overseas or used in the commission of a crime.

      How this fool from NewstalkZB or anyone else promoting a Gun Register thinks that a Gun Register, at enormous cost, is going to reduce violence involving guns is beyond me. Nor could the fool give any example of how or why a Gun Register would reduce violence.

      Violence using a motor vehicle has not reduced with motor vehicles being registered so why would violence using guns that have been on a register, be any different?

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      • In the early nineties a senior NZ Police officer, Insp. John Coote, was invited to Canada to brief them on NZ’s gun laws which were widely acknowledged to be the best and most cost effective set of firearms legislation in the world. John advised the Canadians not to introduce a register of long guns, the police in NZ had found such a register to be completely useless for both solving and preventing gun crime (not that NZ had much gun crime in those days – it still doesn’t) and it was scrapped in favour of the “fit and proper person” approach. The Canadians ignored his advice and wasted C$2 billion on their scheme before abandoning it.
        Perhaps we should invite a senior Canadian cop to come and tell our idiot politicians and senior police why it is not worth wasting taxpayer funds on a register which, as anyone with two functioning brain cells knows, will not have any effect on escalating gun crime among gangs.

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    • I recall about ten years or so ago, maybe more, that I think in the North Waikato?, or Thames?, or was it Coromandel way?, where it was noticed there a pattern of fire-arms burglaries.
      It was tracked to some one able to get critical info about the place, not long after an update, having had a gun safe inspection.
      Then if I recall correctly info slipped to a partner.

      I can not find the link, and nor track it back down.
      If any one recall that and any links?

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  10. I know I live in the darkest part of the King Country and getting any news on positive action by this Government that will benefit anyone, is a mission, but my question is:

    Has Nania Mahuta uttered anything, just anything, that this country will do about the Chinese quest to sign the 10 Pacific countries like Samoa, Fiji, etc up to Chinas cunning scheme to sneer them into a long term monetary, political and military trap, or is Mahuta still looking on her wall map to see where these countries are?

    If not, then her incompetence as Foreign Minister is not in question and Ardern should show her the door before 10.00am this morning.

    Mahuta’s silence, Ardern’s silence and this Government’s silence on a something which is going to change the whole dynamics of the South Pacific politically, socially and security wise (for this country – New Zealand) is something this Government should working very hard to resolve right now. They seem however to again be missing in action.

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  11. Pigshit Ardern and the bus drivers wife Robbo had better get on with their plans 3 ot 4 months ago to start bringing in only wealthier migrants and tourists or our building industry is fucked, the number of large scale housing projects that are being put on hold around Auckland is a great worry.
    Even the ones that are progressing are doing so at a stuttering rate of progress .
    The 3 that I pass on the trip over to my folks home may as well be abandoned at the rate they are being built and where there were 3 homes on 3 sections there will now be 2 dozen apartments.
    As an indication of the state of the housing market there are around 5 or 6 neighbors of these projects trying to get out before the state housing tenants move in and not one has sold , the poor bastards are Jacindered.

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  12. Grandma is eighty-eight years old and still drives her own car. She writes:
    Dear Grand-daughter,
    The other day I went up to our local Christian book store and saw a
    ‘Honk if you love Jesus’ bumper sticker ..
    I was feeling particularly sassy that day because I had just come from a
    thrilling choir performance, followed by a thunderous prayer meeting.
    So, I bought the sticker and put it on my bumper..
    Boy, am I glad I did; what an uplifting experience that followed.
    I was stopped at a red light at a busy intersection, just lost in
    thought about the Lord and how good he is, and I didn’t notice that the
    light had changed.
    It is a good thing someone else loves Jesus because if he hadn’t
    honked, I’d never have noticed.
    I found that lots of people love Jesus!
    While I was sitting there, the guy behind started honking like crazy,
    and then he leaned out of his window and screamed, ‘For the love of
    God!’
    ‘Go! Go! Go! Jesus Christ, GO!’
    What an exuberant cheerleader he was for Jesus!
    Everyone started honking!
    I just leaned out my window and started waving and smiling at all those
    loving people.
    I even honked my horn a few times to share in the love!
    ;
    There must have been a man from Florida back there because I heard him
    yelling something about a sunny beach.
    I saw another guy waving in a funny way with only his middle finger
    stuck up in the air.
    I asked my young teenage grandson in the back seat what that meant.
    He said it was probably a Hawaiian good luck sign or something.
    Well, I have never met anyone from Hawaii , so I leaned out the window
    and gave him the good luck sign right back.
    My grandson burst out laughing.
    Why even he was enjoying this religious experience!!
    A couple of the people were so caught up in the joy of the moment that
    they got out of their cars and started walking towards me.
    I bet they wanted to pray or ask what church I attended, but this is
    when I noticed the light had changed.
    So, grinning, I waved at all my brothers and sisters, and drove on
    through the intersection.
    I noticed that I was the only car that got through the intersection
    before the light changed again and felt kind of sad that I had to leave
    them after all the love we had shared.
    So I slowed the car down, leaned out the window and gave them all the
    Hawaiian good luck sign one last time as I drove away. Praise the Lord
    for such wonderful folks!!
    Will write again soon,
    Love,,,, grandma.. 😊

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  13. Taking the Honda City non-turbo (in the sought after high top auto model) on a road trip to Queenstown, this week.

    Might take a few victim impact statements from Mikey’s visit, do some trail running, and gawk at mountains and rich people.

    Can’t wait !

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  14. China, Pacific security deals: Chinese politics specialist warns of NZ being ‘blockaded’ as Niue latest nation expected to ‘deepen cooperation’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/china-pacific-security-deals-chinese-politics-specialist-warns-of-nz-being-blockaded-as-niue-latest-nation-expected-to-deepen-cooperation.html

    Anne-Marie Brady, a Chinese politics specialist from the University of Canterbury, called China’s strategy in the Pacific a “blitzkrieg”.

    “Things are moving very, very fast and China is doing exactly what our defence analysts predicted,” she told AM. “Unfortunately, our Government does move slowly and same with the Australians – and our defence forces are simply not equipped… what we need to do now is defend our own massive maritime territory.”

    Prof Brady warned China’s strategy could see New Zealand and Australia as well as other Western powers cut off from defending Pacific Island nations.

    New Zealand Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta refused an interview with Newshub on Sunday.

    She has not fronted on the issue of China in the Pacific for four days.

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    • WG, NZ has supported Samoa and many Pacific countries with considerable financial aid and assistance. I am of two minds on this, now. Should, like the Solomon’s and Samoa sign with China, then foreign aid should be greatly reduced and entry into New Zealand should be on strict limited visa terms.

      If their allegiance now lies with China, let them look to China for the support NZ once gave them. China will not give them ongoing foreign aid, that will soon stop and it will be repayable loans, then lets see how the Samoans and any other Island nation repay them.

      Long term, like many African countries are finding out, China is not your friend. China is only interested in the resources of that country and the rich economic zones in the Pacific for fishing resources. They are not interested in the wellbeing of a small island nation.

      Yes, let the Pacific Islander now let their relatives move to mainland China like they have moved here in the past. I am sure they will enjoy it, for I am not sure they should now be allowed to so freely move here.

      If you reject us, let us offer you the same favour.

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      • Well put. The useless bastards have bludged off us for decades.

        If they extend us the two fingered salute let them pay their own way in the world after the CCP have finished plundering them.

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        • Naaska, I am sick of seeing, hearing and reading of people who say we have not done enough for the Pacific Island countries.

          These people never say what we should do.

          I am of the opinion we have done plenty in the past and currently by way of Foreign Aid and it is a quid pro quo. What have they done for us (apart from supplying seasonal labour because our useless Government makes it financially too easy for people in NZ, not too work?) But the Pacific Islands have even benefited from this, with large amount of funds being repatriated to the Pacific Islands to support their lifestyle.

          My opinion is, you, the Pacific Island wish to change this relationship. Go to it, fill your boots, but there will be consequences which you may not like.

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      • Totally agree AH. The Chinese will strip the resources from any island that signs up.

        Where is NZ’s defence if China come for our land and resources? Our Minister of Foreign Affairs and local government will have contracts to benefit her family signed and ready to go before China even declares an interest in NZ.

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    • Great, does that mean we no longer have to support those Islands and won’t have to house them and their bad attitudes when the arrive here as of right.
      Perhaps we can find a better class of migrant.
      DL will want somali’s of course.

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  15. Over two thirds of kiwis aren’t touching their KiwiSaver accounts when they become eligible at 65 years old, according to data from New Zealand’s biggest KiwiSaver provider ANZ Investments.

    Of the members of ANZ’s KiwiSaver schemes who became eligible to make a withdrawal in the 12 months to April 2022; 71 per cent made no withdrawal, 17 per cent made a partial withdrawal and 12 per cent withdrew all their savings.

    “The way we have traditionally thought about retirement is changing. We are living a lot longer, and more people are working beyond the official retirement age,” says ANZ Funds Management managing director Fiona Mackenzie.

    “For some this is out of necessity, but for many working into their late sixties and even seventies this is a choice.

    “Rather than talking about retirement, it might be more appropriate to talk about life after 65.”

    The data shows people need to pay close attention to how much they will need to supplement NZ Super to support the lifestyle they want after they turn 65.

    Over the past four years the average balance for ANZ’s KiwiSaver members aged 65 or over has increased by almost 75 per cent, now sitting at approximately $48,700.
    https://sunlive.co.nz/news/294876-kiwisaver-reflects-changing-face-of-retirement.html

    So what that’s telling us is thatpeople appear to have the cash they need currently.

    What is more interesting is to look at the banks current cash in account holdings. It was very high by any standards.
    no shortage of cash for many.

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  16. The nationwide labour crunch has hit the Bay of Plenty’s retirement sector and one lifestyle village leader says staffing is an “absolute crisis”. Laura Smith reports.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/bay-of-plenty-aged-care-providers-say-staff-shortages-lack-of-government-funding-closing-beds/U2AW2YFB4SJWOECMNW5DUSP6T4/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1653860835

    Well those retirement operators have taken the money and expected someone else to fund and train their staff requirements. What endeavours did that association of operators make to build training schools for nurses and others? None at all. They thought it was ok to steal nurses from the DHB’s at no cost. They should be charged a nurse training fee for every build and every occupant. Typical lazy get rich merchants.

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    • Viking, exactly. The same is happening in Taumarunui. One of the two Rest Homes here is closing soon, (ref Taumarunui Bulletin 27th May) Te Arihina O Arihia Lifestyle Home. This is closing for the reasons you outlined.

      This is a home for Maori run by Maori.

      But this Maori based provider is run by none other than Willie Jacksons sister, a lady who is a master at having her hand in the Government and therefore your wallet and they still can’t make it work.

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  17. Former Labour MP, and Minister of Labour and State Services, Stan Rodger has died at the age of 82.

    Rodger was a long-time unionist and Labour member, and was a Minister in the Fourth Labour Government, who reformed the way the public service was run. Those reforms have largely persisted to this day.

    Former Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer, under whom Rodger served, said he was greatly saddened by Rodger’s death.

    “Stan Rodger’s death saddens me greatly,” Palmer said.

    Palmer said Rodger had “left his mark” on industrial relations in a number of ways.

    “He gained the nick-name “Sideline Stan”, for his policy of not trying to settle industrial disputes himself but rather leaving it to the parties,” Palmer said.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/former-labour-cabinet-minister-stan-rodger-dies-aged-82/IW25JLHG7KOZ5TAG6LNH42JHHQ/?dicbo=v2-6b8765d0cb4664fb1fcc01b291ed75ff&&ref=topbox

    One of the best Ministers they had. also probably the best Industrial relations minister we have had.

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      • Betcha a dollar to a knobble of goat shit, when Palmer fucks off permanently, he will be given a State Funeral at your cost.

        But there again, I guess there will be a lot of us happy to contribute if they see that prick in a comatose state.

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    • Pity Palmer didn’t pop his clogs instead He “left his mark” on far too many things and was the worst prime minister this country has ever had, though Cindy is catching up fast. Principles of the treaty invented by him and understood by nobody have done irreparable damage to our country. Wanker FJA.

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    • A. There are about 266,000 Kiwis on long term benefits. Included in the muster are 93,000 unemployed & 62,000 on the DPB. But what they actually do other than get pissed & breed has got me stuffed.

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      • “But what they actually do other than get pissed & breed has got me stuffed.”
        That’s most of it.
        Other activities include:
        – Boom-boom music from their garden stereo (with a long extension cord back to the washhouse window)
        – Have their tattooed (everyone is tattooed) mates over for all-day sit-down and talk sessions
        – Drink liters of energy drink
        – Smoke weed
        – Have tattooed parents over (who are also on welfare)
        – Fight and swear at partner’s parent (who is also on welfare)
        – Attempt DIY monstrosities in the large garden
        – Start a vegetable garden only to abandon it
        – Have plastic toys (for the 2-year-old) strewn across the yard
        – Sit outside talking loudly until 2:00 a.m. in summer
        – Lights on all night
        – Don’t put 2-year-old to bed (let him scream around at all hours)

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  18. Finally, just maybe, a government initiative that could have positive effects instead of more layers of useless regulations & red tape:

    ……”This week, the Government unveiled $30 million of funding for coastal shipping through the National Land Transport Programme.”……

    It will firstly benefit the West Coast where any sort of development of local resources is limited by isolation & crippled by road/rail costs. Or at least until a militant maritime union re-emerges.

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/pro/mining-company-ready-to-rev-on-blue-highway

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      • You’re onto it but look on the bright side. Everything else Labour has thrown vast sums of our money at has either crashed or burned. This one will doubtlessly fail but it will probably last three years. Now this means one of two things. Either:

        1) Labour have run out of totally lost causes to support. OR

        2) They have moved on to the merely hopeless which means that on a wasted dollar/time basis it will take them longer to send the country bankrupt.

        When governed by incompetents we take our blessings where they land!

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  19. So a stalwart of the National Party, a man who gave so much of the country away to the Maori elite when he was Minister of Treaty Negotiations under John Key’s Government, thinks that if you do not agree with co-governance you are a RACIST.

    Further Christopher Finlayson thinks you are a KKK Member. Really?

    How fucking offensive. And the National Party will want, with this attitude towards me, to vote for them next year.

    Well I have news for you sunshine.

    https://e-tangata.co.nz/nzoa-pijf/chris-finlayson-co-governance-should-be-embraced-not-feared/

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  20. The vile creature is parading
    around the US of A, convinced that somehow
    she matters on a global scale. Perhaps the
    emaciated freak can stay there as the new
    minister of foreign affairs. Suits me fine.

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    • Now we know how to understand Jethro better, the poor innocent young man!
      He thought he was flying to Ak to go home! But he woke up six days later and six time zones away!
      Chained to that big round bed in the back and with dick and arse worn to a frazzle, crying for momma!

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    • It’s a left-wing thing, and it goes right to the top. They think that the pie is X big. That means if I get a bigger share of the pie, then they get less. Because they aren’t productive by nature, they can’t comprehend that you can GROW the pie, so everyone can have more.

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  21. Now we know how to understand Jethro better, the poor innocent young man!
    He thought he was flying to Ak to go home! But he woke up six days later and six time zones away!
    Chained to that big round bed in the back and with dick and arse worn to a frazzle, crying for momma!

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  22. HA HA HA HE HE HE LMFAO , “it’s for the children it’s for the children ” the old slag PELOSI should’ve spent more time looking after her drunk husband who has been charged with DUI on Saturday night, mind you if anyone has an excuse to get pissed every day it would be him waking up to that nightmare in the morning and having her smile seductively, UUGGGGHH.

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  23. Not enough flights to cope with ‘so many people wanting to leave’ NZ – OE agency
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/travel/2022/05/not-enough-flights-to-cope-with-so-many-people-wanting-to-leave-nz-oe-agency.html

    “We have so many people wanting to leave the country to work abroad but there just aren’t any seats on direct flights to the USA or to Australia until the end of July,” said Vicki Kenny, the founder of Auckland-based agency International Working Holidays.

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      • OS, having lived in Japan twice, 1970 and 1983 and having visited the country 89 times for business since, it would be a hard place to better. A great place if you understand it, which I am sure she would and a great culture. It would be hard to fault.

        I also am sure with Peter Dutton whom, when we lived in Australia, impressed me as Member of Parliament and Minister and now a a forthcoming PM. Albo may only last one term like previous Labor leaders, as did Rudd and Gillard did when we lived there. Dutton will eat them for breakfast. I do not think Australia will fall into the abyss this country has. I do not think Australians in the end, will suffer Albo for long.

        Australia will be also a good choice for her.

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  24. Save The Children: Laura Lynn with Dr. Shoemaker:
    https://rumble.com/v12bln5-save-the-children.html
    11 mins 48 secs : Published April 25, 2022 : CanadianMD

    Laura Lynn with Dr. Shoemaker:— Ivermectin works but is banned.
    The shots do not but are forced. Israel now suffers from MASSIVE ICU visits of people with VACCINE INDUCED auto-immune disease. VAIDS.

    6 mins … Israeli, the experience of 5 vaxx shots. Vaccine induced Acquired Immune Deficiency Problems,
    Not dying of Covid.
    7 mins … Predicts New Zealand problems.
    8:05 mins . Children issues. The massive %% increase noted in the UK.
    Seems to be reason why Britain dropped mandate in early Februrary 2022.

    We need to bring forth more of this data, information, even if is from Israel or the UK.

    Save the Children.
    X the Vax!

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  25. Newshub reports there are not enough flights to ship out all the kiwis wanting to leave.

    This is Mikey’s big home coming 😂

    Might swap the Honda City for a nice little 2 beddy down the Lakes.

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  26. The Covid Spreader has not helped in the NZ USA trade deals as Aussie steals a march right under her covidial nose.

    …. Biden tweeted news the Australian supplier would ultimately fly 22.5 million bottles of formula (there are 22 bottles of formula per can) some 9,700 miles across the Pacific Ocean at his request. ….
    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/05/29/joe-biden-taps-australia-for-emergency-baby-formula-flying-1m-cans-across-the-pacific/

    Mr 10% will take his cut, but Aussie infant milk formula is in. 🙂

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  27. Here ya go Kea.
    Hello,
    I am organizing a new group called Young and Free Marlborough for young adults 18 to 30 years ( if a bit younger or older feel free to join) to meet other like minded unvaccinated freedom fighters.
    Please tell all unvaxed young adults that you know and give them the link. https://t.me/+FCuknHTLdUcxYjVh
    We will be meeting up for coffee and other events.
    Thank you,
    Cheers
    Catherine

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/143459

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  28. Do they film Tom Cruise from the knees up with the camera on the ground, seen as he’s a fucken dawarf! They would have too sit him on a box in the aeroplane or you would never see him above the canopy! It’s hard to be a hero, when you are 4’11″high!

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      • How thick is that!
        The 4’11” Dawarf needs nail box on each foot to get him up to height just to film!
        I’m not going to the film. It’s like hiring a negro as Elvis, or the transvestite as Rachel Hunter!

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      • Cruise bought the rights to make the Reacher films. Cruise must stand on a box Sooty or his opponents are all short arses.

        We have recently seen the first in a series of Reacher on Netflix? with a tall, large guy playing Jack Reacher. It was good.

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        • I was reading what the author wrote about the choice of Cruise and he said that he would be interested to know if the casting of Cruise took anything away from the character.

          “Cruise is a character actor’. He really gets into a role. He can understand the role. He can project the vibe. But the only real answer is go see the movie. I guarantee you will come out thinking, what was I worried about?” Lee Child.

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  29. Did you see that David Clark is the new Mr Kiwi Supermarket! Don’t think he up for heavy lifting!
    Anymore than his mate mr kiwibuild was!
    Clarky was certainly missing in action at the start off the rona!
    He was certainly found wanting wasn’t he! Should have been fired!

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  30. Supermarket sector in for major shake-up ‘at pace’ with Government introducing new regulations
    Susan Edmunds15:18, May 30 2022

    The Government says it will “urgently pursue” options to generate more competition in the supermarket sector – and the big operators will need to open up their wholesale arms to competitors, or face regulation.

    It has released its response to the Commerce Commission’s review of the sector, which found that the supermarket giants could be making $430 million a year in excess profits.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/300601335/supermarket-sector-in-for-major-shakeup-at-pace-with-government-introducing-new-regulations

    If the minister and anyone else thinks this will be a success they have rocks in their brain cavity.

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  31. Nicole McKee:

    “The Government’s firearms register won’t prevent gun crime and will cost Kiwis to create it.

    It was revealed this morning that an Australian software firm being investigated by the Commerce Commission has won a five-year contract to set up the register.

    Gun crime in New Zealand is out of control, but creating a register will do nothing to fix this and once again shows the Government’s focus is in all the wrong areas.

    Much like with the gun buyback, responsible firearm owners will be forced to comply while gang members will carry on their merry way and ignore it. There will be no change to the number of illegal guns on the street.

    Even worse, if the gun register is leaked it will become a steal-to-order list for gangs and criminals.

    ACT agrees it’s time for action on gangs and wants to see Police getting illegal firearms off the streets.

    That’s why it was so disappointing that just last week Labour voted down my Bill that would have allowed Police to freeze and seize assets from gangs upon finding an illegally held firearm at a raid.

    We have also proposed Gang Control Orders that would allow Police to apply to the courts for an injunction against an individual on the National Gang List.

    The gangs are not interested in talking, and they won’t sign up to a silly register. It’s time to allow Police to protect our communities by going after the gangs hard.”

    I’ve always maintained the register will endanger the families of the law-abiding owners who register their firearms.

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    • …..”the register will endanger the families of the law-abiding owners who register their firearms.”……

      That’s the rationale behind the proposal. Make the risks so great that no-one will own firtearms.

      In the new one government world only the state will be armed.

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    • Even worse, if the gun register is leaked it will become a steal-to-order list for gangs and criminals.

      Anecdotal evidence is mounting that the “One Canoe” database has been leaked. Phishing emails from scammers prompting you to renew your canoe car registration are turning up the month that the actual registration is due. I’ve received them on cue as have many other people I know, all within very close range of the renewal date, and to the specific email address (I have a few I manage) related to said vehicle(s). Far far too co-incidental. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it is 99% sure it is a duck.

      You could get registration number and renewal date off any car window, but not the registered owner or email address.

      You could get registration number, renewal date off car jam, however for the latter you need to log in which would leave an audit trail, and scammers are just not that dumb. You could get the registered owner off car jam, but that costs money, and probably more money than a phishing exercise would rake in, plus it leaves another audit trail. And it still does not get you the email address.

      Nope, to get names and email addresses, and know the month of renewal, means data has been leaked.
      The ‘One Canoe’ at Waka Kotahi has definitely sprung a leak.

      Almost a guarantee that if public gun data is put in a government database it will be leaked. Even more so if that database is in the cloud.

      It would essentially be, as implied, publishing a shopping list for criminals.

      Dumb and Dumber.

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  32. The trend is knocking Labour.
    1News Kantar Public Poll,
    … poll was conducted between May 21-25, beginning just after Budget 2022 and the climate plan was released.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/30/poll-national-still-on-top-labour-dips-again/

    National: 39% (steady)

    Labour: 35% (down 2)

    Green Party: 10% (up 1)

    ACT: 7% (down 1)

    Te Pāti Māori: 2% (steady)

    The Opportunities Party (TOP): 2% (up 1)

    New Zealand First: 1% (down 1)

    New Conservative: 1% (steady)

    Don’t know/refused: 11%
    – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Parliamentary Seats.
    National Party: 51

    Labour Party: 45

    Green Party: 13

    ACT Party: 9

    Te Pāti Māori: 2

    TOTAL: 120

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    • The green trend is not healthy for us though.
      Every year more and more climate indoctrinated idiots become eligible to vote, it will get worse if they lower voting age to 16.

      Even cindys bestie tova said all her jetting around the world is poor optics and does zero to solve any issues back here in NZ and its going to lead to a massive hammering in the polls.

      Spinning, lying and running away is all our slag of a leader can do, beyond that her only real talent is being the most hated woman in nz.

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      • I like Ardern less than you do but she has her supporters. The last Roy Morgan poll showed that “Support for the Labour/ Greens coalition is at 54.5% for women aged 18-49 compared to only 38.5% support for National/ Act NZ”.

        My take is that NZ women are so fucked in the head that they take the Mad Queen’s touchy-feely, inclusiveness & garbage kindness as the equivalent of leadership but other’s mileage may vary.

        One thing we can be certain about & that is that Mudguard doesn’t register amongst the ovulating set.

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    • …..”What do you think?”…..

      Typical Godnutters outwardly obsessed with natural reproduction & baby feeding while their priests fuck boys up the arse.

      They’re sick wankstains the lot of them.

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        • There’s nothing sicker than a religious freak stigie. I’ve been thinking about buying this book I saw reviewed which takes the apologist’s view that boy botherering is a relatively new perversion amongst the catholic priesthood & runs it up on the rocks.

          It’s called “The Corrupter of Boys” written by Dyan Elliott, a woman who is a Professor in the Humanities & Professor of History at Northwestern University. From a review:

          ……”she demonstrates how, in conjunction with the requirement of clerical celibacy, scandal-averse policies at every conceivable level of the ecclesiastical hierarchy have enabled the widespread sexual abuse of boys and male adolescents within the Church. Elliott examines more than a millennium’s worth of doctrine and practice to uncover the origins of a culture of secrecy and concealment of sin. She charts the continuities and changes, from late antiquity into the high Middle Ages, in the use of boys as sexual objects before focusing on four specific milieus in which boys and adolescents would have been especially at risk in the high and later Middle Ages: the monastery, the choir, the schools, and the episcopal court. “…..

          The abuse is ingrained, institutional & systemic. For so long as people chant Ave Marias boys will be buggered.

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  33. Menstrual Irregularities, Uterus Shedding Cases Spike After COVID Vaccine Rollout: Peer-Reviewed Study
    ‘What we’ve seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg’: Dr. Northrup
    By Enrico Trigoso
    May 27, 2022 Updated: May 28, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    The first of three peer-reviewed research studies on women who suffered menstrual irregularities or a decidual cast around the time COVID vaccines were rolled out begins to shed light on the sudden spike of this historically rare gynecological abnormality.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/menstrual-irregularities-uterus-shedding-cases-spike-after-covid-vaccine-rollout-peer-reviewed-study_4462786.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-05-29&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=hQW%2FJ9Nn8hNkMdEIvhaUGZvPOnisWFio2hG9XRHe%2BEuzoxWNUWMUdHc%2Bjg3HMa0%3D

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  34. Spraying more taxpayer funding.

    Two-thirds of New Zealanders believe that beneficiaries and pensioners should receive the Government’s $350 cost of living payment, according to the results of a 1News Kantar Public Poll.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/05/30/two-thirds-of-kiwis-think-beneficiaries-should-get-cost-of-living-payment/

    That could see about 2.1 million New Zealanders entitled to three monthly payments from August, receiving a total of $350. That is about $27 extra a week over the three-month period. It will cost the Government $814 million.

    However, many believe the payment should also have gone to beneficiaries and pensioners.

    Results from the most recent 1News Kantar Public Poll showed nearly two-thirds of Kiwis believed those on welfare should also receive the payment. Just over a quarter said no, while the rest didn’t know.

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  35. Everything they touch turns to 💩💩💩

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/government-s-supermarket-sector-clampdown-will-have-complete-opposite-effect-it-wants-david-seymour.html
    The ACT Party has slammed the Government’s announcement on the supermarket shake-up, saying the regulations it wants to impose are going to do the opposite of what they want.

    Consumer NZ supermarket petition could be ‘counter-productive’ for Kiwis – economist
    But ACT Party leader David Seymour said more regulation isn’t the answer.

    “An industry regulator, more codes of conduct, compulsory pricing – only Labour could possibly think those measures would increase competition in the supermarket industry,” he said.

    “Chucking even more regulations on the sector is going to do the complete opposite, it will disincentivise ambitious people from entering the industry and creating more competition.”

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  36. STATE OF SWEDEN (pt. 1)
    https://rumble.com/v15m9g7-state-of-sweden-1.html
    2 hours 14 minutes : Published May 21, 2022

    Call your own intermission times, or will become too much.

    Take your time to read the intro as it covers much more than between my ellipses. :—-

    …… The film is a distress call, as evident by the title, and it needs to become loud enough in order to be able to reverse much of the tragedy that has befallen the people of Sweden, …..

    ….. illustrate the rapidly escalating and seemingly never ending nightmare that the Swedish establishment has forced its indigenous population into. …..

    …. “State of Sweden” will work as an emotional journey of discovery, into one of our time’s most deceptive and socially destructive systems, cloaked by a fog of lies which goes under the moniker Humanitarian Superpower. …

    ….. Sweden is the canary in the coal mine for the west. …

    Remember after reading that, that New Zealand is signed up to the UN Migration Pact.

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      • If you watch the “State of Sweden” it would seem the the political elite have the bit between their teeth.
        Like the feminists to batikhäxa, the LGBTQ through to pedophilia, all to gaslight in their self righteousness and spread their kakistocracy.

        Whether you identify the correct culprits, and are susceptible to their power is the real issue.
        First know your selves, and own your principles, to know the truths.
        – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
        Edit : “State of Sweden” seems to be a production aligned with Info Wars, which shows more clearly in the later half hour.
        Still it does not mean the Alex Jones or PJW are wrong, and generally it is a collation of facts, evidence, from wide sources, over the past 6 years of what is going on in Sweden.
        It exposes the information so one can see the patterns, the trends, and what will happen?
        Can Swedes figure this & back out of the problems that seem to be coming up?
        NZ may be on a different slippery slope, but as many of note, the skids under us can only end in disaster.

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        • On a meta level, Sweden abandoned all pretext of being Christian, and were quickly conquered. The conqueror’s were of many stripes. Socialism has failed them, mortally wounding them, yet still they cannot see their enemy. It is them. They chose empty nothingness. Paganism is no match for roid raged globalism.

          Try the Seventh Seal, Ingmar Bergman, famous Swedish film maker: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=f4yXBIigZbg

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    • It is a mixture of tapes, headline news, mainly throughout Sweden.
      Some times a bit fast moving, but easy to hit pause, and or go back about 10 secs to rewatch and then pause to read and take in.

      …. not a film that is intended to be watched in one sitting, the viewer decides when intermission is necessary. ….
      Bear in mind there is a total of 6 parts.

      There is a number of themes running through this, though disparate, do seem to have a commonality whilst focused on Sweden.
      How ever I can see some things can be not only of the rest of the world, but how New Zealand is customizing some of those issues / problems in our style.
      Are we just 20 years behind in some of those themes, or actively leap frogging to a frontier?
      Will it mean that NZ use those same tricks per politicians to go down the very worst of these tracks?

      The difficulty is, how much can you refute what is going on, not just in Sweden, but in New Zealand, even if we have not gone down so far in some of those tracks.

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