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  1. California Poised To Adopt ‘Medical Misinformation Bill’ Targeting Alternative COVID-19 Protocols

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/california-poised-adopt-medical-misinformation-bill-targeting-alternative-covid-19

    The California Legislature is poised to pass Assembly Bill 2098, described as a “medical misinformation bill.” If passed, the new law would prohibit doctors from freely providing medical advice and treating their patients if those practices run counter to the official state sanctioned position.

    Hmmmm . . I think I can now see why DL (our newest pseudo-doctor on the block) was so quick to “jump in bed “ (metaphorically speaking) with Gavin Newsom.

    This kind of bill is the stuff of her wet dreams . . .

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  2. Morning all, Life in this world is turning George Orwell into the biggest soothsayer since Nostradamus. In fact he could be even better as he layered it all out for us. Reading the books Animal Farm and 1984 in my youth I thought it all a good read and fantasy, now I can see that the left leaners had this in mind all the time. Gavin Newsom is a disgusting human being, people are leaving California as fast as they can and in droves, as are people leaving New Zealand. I know it is all part of the big plan from WEF and part of the new world order but I wonder what the point of it all is? Try and have a happy day, as long as the Mahootapotomous doesn’t get ya you will live to see another day. FFFFJA and her lot.

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  3. NANIA M AND THE CHINESE MENACE (Sounds like a children’s book doesn’t it)

    An article from The Daily Examiner NZ which might be of interest to some of the membership.

    A phrase about Nero and the burning of Rome DID come to mind after reading it.

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/geoffrey-miller-nanaia-mahuta-under-pressure-as-pacifics-geopolitical-great-game-heats-up/?fbclid=IwAR06S6m-ONj1-dVpO8S8JrxHUPD0ZTW8KGLzc0Ion6MUH7fBVhzNHrXFajI.

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  4. High Times and Hijinks at World Economic Forum 2022
    The Wide Angle The Wide Angle

    Brendon Fallon

    If the World Health Organization (WHO) hadn’t followed China’s cue in telling us there was no evidence of coronavirus human-to-human transmissibility in early 2020; if governments around the world, seemingly in sync, hadn’t massively infringed on personal freedoms to impose lockdowns and mandates over recent years; if the genocidal Chinese regime wasn’t a key player in global institutions, like the United Nations (U.N.); then we may be more open-minded when the World Economic Forum convenes to “improve the state of the world.”

    However, the WHO did follow China’s cue, governments around the world did lock us down, and the Chinese Communist Party is a permanent member on the U.N. Security Council; so skepticism is not entirely undue when global elites get together at the World Economic Forum to talk about “digitally branding” us to make us all “more secure.”
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/high-times-and-hijinks-at-world-economic-forum-2022_4498004.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-05-30&utm_medium=email&est=716GE5RYDl0rdsKVQ7k8kDIVWKM5IV4wGVx025W0XCK4tn9ppF2OMLJsd2fN%2BL0%3D

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  5. The Epoch Times

    May 28, 2022 China in Focus Views 13.6K
    ‘These Counterfeit Pills Are Very Well Done’: Victor Avila on China’s Role in US Overdose Deaths
    China in Focus China in Focus

    Tiffany Meier

    In this special episode, we sat down with Victor Avila, former ICE special agent and author of “Agent Under Fire.” He talks about China’s role in getting illicit drugs like fentanyl over the border and into the United States, how widespread trafficking is in the country, and much more.

    Avila said, “China has a major role in Mexico, in conjunction with the cartels, as they’re the primary producers and providers of the precursors and chemicals to the cartels that produce the methamphetamine and fentanyl, especially the counterfeit pills. There’s over 100 super labs in Mexico right now that produce these drugs and that continue to pour into our country mostly through our southern border.”

    “According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, one out of every four pills in this country right now is a counterfeit pill. And so you have this surge in deaths in the young population, mostly in college-age students, which might not necessarily be drug addicted or just experimenting with a pill. They take one that happens to be a counterfeit pill full of fentanyl, and they overdose on it. And let’s not forget the meth. As I travel around the country, the methamphetamine is a huge impact on a lot of communities, especially when it comes to crime and the crime associated with that highly addictive drug. And I’ve seen it in towns that most people will not expect … the meth, where it’s ending up, and that’s states like South Dakota and Montana as well,” he added.

    We also sat down with Antonio Graceffo, a China economic analyst. He touches on how China’s influence has been popping up around the world and how it’s taken over an entire continent.

    Graceffo said, “Before you borrow money from China, you have to really think it through. Now, one of the issues is that China has a strategy of essentially looking for countries that the IMF, the World Bank, the Paris Club, you know, the standard lenders will not lend to because these other organizations have a conscience. And they’ll actually say, ‘Listen, you know, Country X or Y, you’re already heavily in debt, and if we loan you more money, we’re going to be putting debt on top of debt, and it’s going to overburden you. And it could crash out your economy and do all kinds of horrible things. Your currency can collapse, and this and that.’ And so they won’t lend to them … basically out of conscience. And then China shows up. They go, ‘Oh, you know, the West rejected you, I’m your friend, I’ll loan you this money.’ And then they loan them the money and then they push them over the edge or right to the edge.”

    He added, “Little by little, these African countries [that borrowed from China] are just going to get sucked into this China orbit. And meanwhile, these debts, China claims that they are not taking ports and they’re not taking airports in places like Kenya. If you look at the contracts, that that is what is happening, and you’re going to wind up with China controlling seaports in Africa, they’re going to control airports. I mean, they already have a military base in Djibouti, they’ll be building other bases. And it’s just this Chinese juggernaut.”
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/these-counterfeit-pills-are-very-well-done-victor-avila-on-chinas-role-in-us-overdose-deaths_4496786.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-05-30&utm_medium=email&est=DvlV9UoQ7ROyanu92O1Y5eZ0LNaew%2FE9hlbJW0u5mqXYfiiXvpRygLlESCHO3K0%3D

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  6. This, the most useless of women and more importantly the most useless of Prime Ministers, this country has ever seen, who thinks she is a world acknowledged expert on absolutely everything.

    She has zero practical work experience.
    She has an extremely poor command of the English language.
    She has never employed anyone.
    She has never achieved anything on her own ability, even getting into this current position was the act of another person, Winston Peters.
    She has never generated a dollar of wealth for anyone or this country.

    Yet. she gets to meet the worlds presumed, most powerful man and expects to lecture and advise him on gun control.

    “But that if gun control comes up she will be “open to sharing New Zealand’s experience.”

    Well no you won’t lady. You will not talk about the collections of museum pieces you had destroyed,
    You will not talk about the very poor consultation your Government and the Police held on your poorly run “gun buyback” scheme.
    You will not talk about the expensive (to the country and firearm license holder) Firearm Register you are going to force on the country.

    But you will make yourself look more important and knowledgeable than you are.

    And then there is her continued use of weasel words to make the public think she is more intelligent than the hoi poloi.

    The prime minister also tamped down expectations before the meeting saying it “is not about announceables, it is not about new initiatives”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/128809414/ardernbiden-white-house-meeting-us-presence-in-pacific-top-of-agenda

    The sooner this woman is gone, the better for this country.

    But the current alternative is not a inspirational leader, is just plain weak and he does not seem to be impressing anyone. just look at how, when everything is offered to him on a platter by this Government, he is silent so, his current Poll figures have just flat lined.

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  7. I hope Air New Zealand have a spare horse box for the CNUT Ardern, and I’ll take a guess at why the pile of pigshit has to be home next week, it’s so her and her fucking brood can jump another 1st class plane to her next meeting with her adoring public in Europe.
    The fuckwits that voted for this clown should hang their heads in SHAME.

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      • Much as I can’t stand Cindy, the thought of putting up with that arrogant sanctimonious pillow biting obesity lecturing me every five minutes in his smug “I know everything and you are but a peasant” manner is possibly even worse.

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        • You would think he would be humble as his father was a common thief of other peoples money, surely there should be a little shame in him for what his father did, and served time for. I would be deeply ashamed if my father had served time for thieving other peoples money. But him? NOPE not one little bit of shame. Fat disgusting pig of a man/them/they/her what ever the fuck he is. FFFFJA

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  8. OK , so pigshit Ardern is going to the white house, let’s hope piss pants Biden doesn’t offer her a turn with the new playstation that the Pentagon gave him last week, ” look Jacinda it’s got fancy looking keys and all sorts of flashing green and red lights ,here have a turn”
    “OK Joe thanks, what could possibly go wrong I’m so smart I’ll beat the worlds highest score,” FFUUUCCKK.

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  9. Two women came before wise King Solomon,
    dragging between them a young man.
    “This young man agreed to marry my daughter,”
    said one.

    “No! He agreed to marry MY daughter,” said the other.

    And so they haggled before the King, until he called
    for silence. “Bring me my biggest sword,” said
    Solomon, “and I shall hew the young man in half.
    Each of you shall receive a half.”

    “Sounds good to me,” said the first lady.

    But the other woman said, “Oh Sire, do not spill
    innocent blood. Let the other woman’s daughter
    marry him.”

    The wise king did not hesitate a moment. “The young
    man must marry the first woman’s daughter,”
    he proclaimed.

    “But she was willing to hew him in two!” exclaimed
    the king’s adviser.

    “Indeed,” said wise King Solomon. “That shows she
    is the TRUE mother-in-law.”

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    • I confess I haven’t been watching Ardern’s movements closely, so correct me where I’m wrong:
      The entourage left before Ardern because she was still quarantining from her wu-flu infection.
      She got a quick clearance to enable her to travel the following day, and now the travelling party are catching wu-flu.
      The PM isn’t infectious so she can meet with Biden, but those around her are becoming infected.
      She has travelled East Coast USA to West coast USA and back to East Coast USA where the horse float has broken down.
      None of Sooty’s questions have been asked or answered, but media reports it doesn’t really matter because Ardern’s plan is to travel home commercial.
      Why commercial?
      Is this a scheduled breakdown?
      Has anyone calculated the cost in NZD or carbon miles or horsepukky?

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      • If this was a planned breakdown why fly the horsebox?
        Why not just commercial all the way!
        Or is it just a convenient way to tack on a few days jolly on the end and not have to account for it on the company credit card!
        But the horse box broke down and we had to reschedule, not my fault!
        All of the not so important people have left already!
        Except ninny mahoota has been trying to quell and uprising!
        So cindy will just have to grin and layback in 5 star luxury, all the way home.
        And give her a good kicking for ruining the bosses holiday jollies!

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    • Aotearoa Airlines alias Aotearoa Airforce are a total disgrace!

      Why not borrow one of Bob Jones or similar entrepreneurs Lear jets?

      If this country can not afford to transport our politicians out of here we are mad.
      Bringing them back another matter!

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    • Aotearoa Airlines alias Aotearoa Airforce are a total disgrace!

      Why not borrow one of Bob Jones or similar entrepreneurs Lear jets?

      If this country can not afford to transport our politicians out of here we are mad.
      Bringing them back another matter!

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  10. When I was just a little boy, I asked my mother “what will I be?”????
    She refused to answer on the grounds that assigning gender will probably be a crime in future and retroactively prosecutable.

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  11. Freezing wet weather forecast for my wee road trip around Central Otago and lakes.

    I’ve pondered Stupids advice and will only stay in QT one night. Should be enough to interview witnesses of Mikey’s offending.

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  12. Not such a loss if gone woke with propaganda rather than scientifically proven results?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/05/new-zealand-medical-journal-s-survival-under-threat-as-association-folds.html
    A hunt is on for new publishers for the 135-year-old New Zealand Medical Journal, with warnings it would be a big loss if it folded.

    The organisation that runs the journal, the New Zealand Medical Association, is set to go into liquidation, putting the publication’s survival under threat.

    It publishes scientific studies and articles from across the country’s medical professions.

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  13. So how come those who make the covid isolation rules for NZ are not following their own rules of 7 days isolation for anyone in close contact while in the US? (video)

    Grant Robertson defends attack ad aimed at Christopher Luxon, skirts around questions over Labour’s previous campaigning
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/grant-robertson-defends-attack-ad-aimed-at-christopher-luxon-skirts-around-questions-over-labour-s-previous-campaigning.html

    When asked a third time whether the Labour party had ever used a social issue for political gain, Robertson skirted around the question.

    “I’m in politics because I want people’s lives to improve,” he responded. “Every single day I get up and come into this building and I go out into the community and try to do that. Of course close to election time we have to put ourselves out there and see if the public will support us. “But right now we have a cost of living crisis for a lot of New Zealanders. We’ve stepped up to the plate to help them deal with that and we saw Mr Luxon play politics.

    During the 2017 election campaign, Labour took numerous jabs at the then National Party over the housing crisis.

    Luxon has repeatedly criticised the Government over the cost of living crisis in the past few months. In response to increasing political pressure Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who initially refused to label increasing costs as a crisis, introduced a slew of measures to help Kiwis.

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  14. Hey thank god for global warming…. ( except its not really warming)

    From Rt

    “SIX MILLION Brits Face Energy RATIONING This Winter amid Govt Blackout Warning (reports)

    As many as 6mn British households could be subjected to power cuts, if Russia makes further efforts to cut off the EU’s gas supplies, according to a Whitehall document. (The Times)

    The power plant closures could result in shortages of electricity, which could see households forced to endure blackouts at peak times on weekday mornings – from 7am to 10am – and evenings, from 4pm to 9pm

    Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng is now seeking to delay the planned closure of coal-fueled power stations despite Westminster plans to end coal power by October 2024.

    Subscribe to RT t.me/rtnews”

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  15. Sanctions are sooooo o complicated. And Russia laughs all the way to the bank,,,,,

    EU Explains Why it Keeps Buying Russian Oil

    Europe cannot place an immediate embargo on Russian oil, European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen said, as it would allow Moscow to sell its fuel elsewhere and possibly earn more money to fund its military offensive in Ukraine.

    Putin might be able to take the oil that he does not sell to the EU to the world market, where the prices will increase, and sell it for more – and that would fill his war chests,” the EU leader told MSNBC.

    “Sanctions are hitting the Russian economy hard” but a complete embargo would cause severe damage to the European economy, she added.

    Subscribe to RT t.me/rtnews

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  16. Return of the Vax Nazis:

    I had a phone call this morning from some vaccination centre – I hung up as soon as I realized who it was.

    I doubt I have heard the last from them – will report on future developments.

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  17. Who will replace Kamal on the Breakfast couch? It’s a womans turn now!!!
    CAMPbell well he was a half sex.
    Kamal he may have been a red neck.
    See a womans turn. Has ninny mahoota got anymore sisters or cousins!

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  18. 🔥 BREAKING🔥

    Independent global economic researcher Capital Economics is forecasting a 75-point reduction in the OCR in the second half of 2023 as house prices hit the bottom of the RBNZ’s ‘sustainable’ range

    The Reserve Bank will be forced to slash interest rates in the second half of next year in the face of a tanking housing market, independent global researcher Capital Economics believes.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/personal-finance/116155/independent-global-economic-researcher-capital-economics-forecasting-75

    Will the government bail out other people who made bad investments?

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  19. Labour running scared. Can’t point to anything they have achieved so attack ads are the order of the day.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/05/christopher-luxon-denies-using-cost-of-living-as-political-tool-as-labour-unleashes-attack-ads.html
    Christopher Luxon denies National is using the cost of living crisis as a political tool as Labour is suggesting and says he is unsure why the party has released several social media posts attacking him instead of focusing on governing.

    “I would have thought as a Government you would be spending your time waking up each morning, coming to this place, and working out how you unblock things, like immigration settings, removing bureaucracy that is slowing things up in this economy,” Luxon said.

    “I go to two or three towns every single week in this country and it doesn’t matter where you go. Everywhere, everyone is being impacted by it very seriously.”

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  20. Im blown away at the amount of idiots that are still testing for covid and eporting their test results.
    Between 6 and 10k per day every bloody day these are the fuckwits that are prolonging the restrictions, if no one reported their results the govt would be outve ammo to continue the shinanagins

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  21. @ Odakyu-sen,

    I’m reading Kaoru Takamura’s “Lady Joker” (in English).

    How significant are Burakumin these days? Is it obvious to everyday Japanese who is or isn’t of Burakumin heritage?

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    • Burakumin are a favorite among the foreign journalists visiting Japan, but the topic really doesn’t come up much in the Japanese media. The burakumin are not really significant. The Zainichi Koreans are more of an issue, especially with the North Korean State firing long-range missiles into the Sea of Japan (or further).

      There are some 3rd-generation Koreans (Zainichi Koreans) in Japan that refuse to take up Japanese citizenship. This annoys some people, but that’s their right, if they choose to retain links to a country that their grandparents were brought over from.
      Ref: http://yris.yira.org/comments/2873

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  22. ‘DON’T NEED YOUR MONEY’
    Farmers are not taking on new debt. In fact they are paying down what they owe. They now owe $61.4 bln, the lowest level since Mar 2018. It is hard to tell whether this is because banks are restricting access to new debt, or because farmers aren’t seeking it. Given the good economic conditions, high commodity prices, and the drying up of expensive dairy farm conversions, it is probably the latter.

    After rising a heady +$2.8 bln in March from February, the +$0.6 bln rise in household bank balances in April seems modest by comparison. They now total $219.9 bln, up +7.3% in a year, and now representing 51.4% of all bank account balances (companies and the Government hold the rest). But this +$0.6 April rise was after households added +$1.3 bln to their term deposit balances, largely a shift out of their savings account balances and building on the March shift.

    The amount of borrowing by the country’s businesses is growing at its fastest rate since early 2009, according to the latest sector lending figures from the Reserve Bank (RBNZ).

    And that increasing growth in the total amount of business borrowing is coming as the rate of growth in mortgage borrowing is slowing considerably.

    Businesses borrowed almost $1.2 billion in April, according to the RBNZ, taking the total amount borrowed by corporate NZ to $126.9 billion, and giving an annual rate of growth in the amount borrowed of 8.8%, which is the highest level since February 2009 as business borrowing slowed markedly in the wake of the Global Financial crisis.

    The gain for business from the banks is coming as the rate of growth in mortgage borrowing continues to slow markedly from the super-hot levels of the past couple of years.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/116161/latest-rbnz-lending-figures-show-business-borrowing-growth-rising-housing-borrowing

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    • ……”‘DON’T NEED YOUR MONEY’…….

      On a personal level that would be the most satisfying thing I’ve ever said. After we bought our property in 1992 the goal was to get freehold ASAP. Wife worked so we lived on her income & used every dollar the farm earned to make improvements we thought worthwhile or pay down debt.

      From grovelling for a working overdraft to freehold took twenty long years. You lose sight of how profitable your business is until you’re no longer paying the parasitic banks usury.

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  23. CHINA IN THE PACIFIC

    This video (Courtesy of WION / Gravitas) will no doubt be of interest (Although noticeably NZ is specifically NOT mentioned, although Australia is; for being proactive).

    A small point however (and one which appears to have been overlooked by the channel), is that, despite being included in the ‘Group of 10’, the Solomon Islands entered into a ‘Solomon Islands – China Security Cooperation’ agreement with the CCP on 20 April 2022

    Despite that possible omission, the clip is informative, and once again emphasises Mahuta’s incompetence / indifference, although as the CCP has it’s hooks in to ALL the major political parties in NZ perhaps that isn’t so surprising; ‘He who pays the piper etc. etc.’

    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=563157755435660.

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  24. Who would be a farmer these days?

    Ravensdown Revised Price List:

    Superphosphate – from $367.00 to $490.00
    Cropmaster DAP – from $1410.00 to $1792.00
    Urea – from $1270.00 to $1432.00
    N-Protect – from $1319.00 to $1481.00
    Granular Potassium Chloride – from $1065.00 to $1318.00
    Granular Ammonium Sulphate – from $725.00 to $955.00

    All prices shown are for bulk product orders with a 1.5% direct debit discount included. Price excludes GST, and freight & handling charges. New prices effective 1 June 2022.

    This time last year I was buying Urea for $768 a ton

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  25. Reports that the flu symptoms are worse than covid but deaths are reported as being from covid. //

    Christchurch Hospital cancels surgeries as it hits 112 pct capacity
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/05/christchurch-hospital-cancels-surgeries-as-it-hits-112-pct-capacity.html

    Like many, this woman reported that her unvaccinated flu symptoms have been far worse than her vaccinated experience with COVID-19.

    “I’ve absolutely heard anecdotally that evidence that seems to have hit people harder than COVID has,” Hickmott said.

    All this while coping with a major staff shortage – the CDHB’s up to 250 nurses short. On top of this, they’ve averaged 200 staff off every single day with COVID-19.

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  26. Wisconsin dairy’s dispute with state regulators part of broader factory farm growing pains

    MILWAUKEE (CN) — Nearly 75 years after Alvin and Milly Kinnard founded Kinnard Farms with 80 acres and 14 cows, the dairy and crop farming operation in eastern Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula employs scores and consists of around 8,000 cows, 7,000 additional heifers off-site, and roughly 10,000 acres between it and separate farmland assisting the business.

    Kinnard Farm Inc.’s expansion reflects the post-mid-century trend from small family farms toward corporatized large-scale agribusiness. While in a way Kinnard is undoubtedly a success story, many condemn it and similar farms for the economic and environmental consequences inseparable from such growth.

    https://wausaupilotandreview.com/2022/05/28/wisconsin-dairys-dispute-with-state-regulators-part-of-broader-factory-farm-growing-pains/?fbclid=IwAR1JHj1swbSIe-XdkIbWvN6b_6GKv2WqgREZLEarWGEl7UCvf-M0NrunxTo

    This makes interesting reading and we can see why locals are not happy with the problem here as well.

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