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      • Tarquin, blame this Government for that. They dish out the loot with no restrictions or time limit on how long a welfare recipient will receive said loot. So why bother working.

        I have never seen so many businesses close down, like Goodyear Autocare in Upper Hutt who closed last week due to not being able to attract staff. I have never seen so many jobs repeatedly advertised here in the King Country. It just seems people no longer care to work, long term benefits are too easy to obtain.

        FJA

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        • Collectivism , in this case via welfarism is the death knell of any society. This has been the case, without exception, throughout human history. Why the useless political class in New Zealand don’t see that is perplexing. Or perhaps it is intentional.

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          • Mr Crumb, we have just had very long time friends staying with us on a couple of occasions as they traveled throughout New Zealand.

            They have property in New Zealand, France, Australia and are well healed business international business people.

            They are also New Zealanders by birth.

            Before they flew out for Perth on Tuesday one of the last things they said, that since their last visit here, Ardern has worked very hard to make the people of this country welfare dependant and this is the trait of a Government taking a country down a path of Communism.

            They would like to return here to live but under this present Government, they would not consider it.

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            • Mr Hooligan – your friends sound very prescient and it is hard to argue with their summation. Personally I am at the point where I am ceasing to care – the people of this country through their actions (voting in this ridiculous cabal of the fuckwitted) and inactions (not caring or standing up for the basic decencies of societal contract) deserve everything that is coming. I’m not quite at the point of nihilism but that is not far off.

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              • The trouble, Mr Crumb, is that they’re going to take everybody else down with them.

                Meanwhile Oxfam wants to take bilionaires’ money off them and redistribute it to the poor of the world who have suffered so much in the pandemic. I need not elaborate how that would end.

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                • Leo. these organisations like Oxfam should just just fuck off. They are absolute useless leeches and are useful to neither God nor Man..

                  They are a bit like the old CORSO in NZ. CORSO seemed to go down that path and now are a total non entity. I hope the same happens to that Pommy organisation, Oxfam.

                  Mind you CORSO, still lingers on. From their Website. No wonder they are a shadow of their former selves.

                  CORSO’s principles and world views

                  Corso Supports the return of Tino Rangatiratanga to Maori people as guaranteed under te Tiriti o Waitangi as the first steps towards liberation of all people of Aotearoa.

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      • Tarquin, looks like you caused a hurty feel with that fact of the day.
        Its so true but to be honest you wouldnt want to employ that scum that would rather the bene then work, shit will ho missing, always sleep in/late and when they finally leave theyll play the system and take ya to employment court.

        The bene is the 2nd best place for them so they dont fuck over good employers its just a shame they burden the taxpayer and society.

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      • When I see my physically robust neighbor and his mates (all strapping young men) gathering in his state house yard to drink and smoke during weekdays, I wonder why they are not out working.

        They know a good thing when they see it. Why work when the State will look after all your needs?

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    • Doctors and scientists calling for the mask mandate to be reinstated in schools…

      The statement: “Doctors and scientists calling for the mask mandate to be reinstated in schools” infers consensus.

      There are also Doctors and scientists asking to bring back DDT, but I’m pretty sure it is a minority. Of the Doctors and scientists I know, they, like me, know that masks do diddley squat, and negatively impact on health, by dropping the SpO2 levels.

      There is no data to back up the case for mask mandates, because as we know, the data is taken out of context and been elevated to epidemic proportions for what is just a bad flu. And for which the cure, is laced with the deadly spike protein and nano pathogens, ready poised to create a new artificial pandemic.

      “But people have died” you might say. They have, as they did before Covid, from the flu and other respiratory diseases. And now from the flow on effects of the pathogens in the vaccine.

      Dishonesty is not just telling a falsehood, but also telling a truth but omitting context and dimensions.

      Doctors and scientists calling for the mask mandate to be reinstated in schools…
      Specifically, how many Doctors, grouped by expertise, occupation, and seniority.
      And specifically how many scientists, grouped by expertise, occupation, and seniority.
      And show the in context data.

      Last time they said that there was a consensus, it was climate change scientists. Which was not a consensus but a very very small minority . And the scientists turned out to be mostly govt paid puppets, housewives, proctologists, dentists, and gynecologists.

      I’m not sure an expert in bottoms qualifies them as an expert in weather. Unless they think Uranus and Mooning affects the earth’s atmosphere.

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    • Yes but all the unvaccionated were terminated so it cant be spreading…. Fucking morons. Schools are in crisis as the stupid isolation rules mean lots are off “sick”.. Quicker everyone gets it the better. Time to start covid parties…..

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  1. Sorry ladies but is it just coincidence that this coincides with higher gang numbers, crime and shootings?
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/128831001/women-now-make-up-a-quarter-of-police-force

    It surely must contribute to the soft on crime thing, the female officers around here are a joke theyre quite lardy and id hate to see them have to run. The female officers here also refuse to pull over anyone after dark as “its too dangerous”, thats been going on for 2yrs here. And to top it off a few female cops further south got in a spot of bother being over illegal party drugs… good thing uncle was area commander and cleared things up.

    Personally i dont think its 1 specific cause but a failure on every level and front that has allowed shit to get out of control. Just look at what happens in countries where gangs outnumber police and see whats in store.

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      • Sagmeister, that probably should have read Perjury Duty.

        No wonder it is pissing down here today, the Maniapoto is in mourning due to the Dr’s return.

        I am sure Clarke, the Humble Fisherman from Gisborne had a most pleasant holiday in America on your dime. No doubt he will be back in the Pharmacy today as well.

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        • Darling leader has spent two days at her place of work this parliamentary term and looks like she will be spending bugger all there before Christmas as she plans more overseas jollies!
          But she may have fly commercial!

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  2. Gang member prison rates at seven-year low but proportion of incarcerated gangsters increases

    The number of gang members in prison is the lowest it has been since 2015 but the percentage of the population is at a 12-year high.

    The gangs with the most prisoners can also be revealed after new data was released by Corrections following an Official Information Act request.

    It comes as the Corrections Minister says tackling gangs is “a key priority”, something disputed by the National Party corrections spokesman.

    A Corrections executive member said gang violence was not something it could resolve or manage on its own.

    There were 2736 gang members or affiliates in prison as of February 28, with the total prison population being 7775.

    The majority belonged to Mongrel Mob (810), followed by Black Power (505) and Crips (264).

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/gang-member-prison-rates-at-seven-year-low-but-proportion-of-incarcerated-gangsters-increases/SFTUUA23F2VQKYDYDOQEGXFIQY/

    Data showed there were 3099 gang members in prison and 10,260 prisoners in 2017.

    “Instead we took a different approach and have safely reduced the prison population by 27 per cent,” Davis said.

    Fiuck he is an idiot. Does he not read the Herald each day?

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    • “Matariki holds significant cultural and spiritual weight for many Māori…”

      If this sentence is true, then the early missionaries and other recorders of history in the early 19th Century in New Zealand would have made numerous mentions of it in their journals.
      For example, if you are a missionary (who has learned Te Reo) in pre-1840 New Zealand, and you are interested in converting the locals to your religion, you will be having long conversations with them about a whole range of beliefs and spiritual practices. If Matariki holds significant cultural and spiritual weight, then it will come up in the conversations time and time again.

      If the records left behind by these 19th Century missionaries (and other scholars) have almost no mention of Matariki, then you may assume that it didn’t matter to the Maori of the day.

      I would expect any journalist worthy of the name to do their own research of these 19th Century records when preparing their media articles.

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      • OS, it did matter to early Maori. They just plain forgot to write it down when Kupe navigated his way here using Matariki as a guide and before he started fishing.

        Same thing happened with all the navigators on the 8 great canoes shortly after, they also in their excitement on arriving on these fair shores and seeing so many Moa on the loose, forgot to write down the guidance Matariki gave them to get here.

        It’s never too late to pay homage and seek Koha though.

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    • Pleiades or Seven Sisters as I prefer to call this star cluster……only around 100 million years old and named by many world cultures – nothing significant to the Maori other than they can extract a bit more koha and attachment from the ever obliging labour party…..

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  3. This little old lady goes to the doctor and says, “Doctor I have this problem with farting, but it really doesn’t bother me too much. It never smells and it’s always silent. As a matter of fact, I’ve farted at least 20 times since I’ve been here in your office. You didn’t know I was farting because it doesn’t smell and it’s silent.”
    The doctor says “I see. Take these pills and come back to see me next week.”
    The next week the lady goes back. “Doctor,” she says, “I don’t know what you gave me, but now my farting… although still silent, it stinks terribly.”
    “Good”, the doctor said, “now that we’ve cleared up your sinuses, we’ll start to work on your hearing.”

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  4. Wow…. That was quick. An hour ago there was a headline concerning sleepy Joe putting his arms around Ardern and labeled “Creepy”

    Now gone for ever. Censorship is alive and well in NZ !!!

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  5. The family surprised me for my birthday with a book called ‘Road-Kill Recipes’. I did find some road-kill the other day, so I cooked it according to one recipe and it was delicious.

    I’m just not sure what I should do with the bicycle.

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  6. Oooops, looks like David Clark and Grunter have been caught telling us porkies again.

    “Supermarket powerhouse Aldi has ‘no current plans’ to enter NZ, though execs did have a chat with David Clark”

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  7. Came across an interesting snippet of information that perhaps bears more investigation. It seems that the symptoms of monkey pox are very, very similar to autoimmune blistering. Now, would it astonish and amaze you to find out that autoimmune blistering just happens to be in the Pfizer trial list of side effects?

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  8. “I’m going to fix this baby formula shortage” Joe Biden 3 hours ago, “Baby formula is 70% below what’s needed” MSNBC Live 3 minutes ago,
    Holy Crap I figured our horsefaced PM was going to fix all piss pants Bidens problems WTF happened.?

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  9. Locals are buildng what is a tower block to house the homeless bennies, downtown on the edge of the CBD. On paper it’s a wonderful spot, zoning is basically what ever you want. Two streets over from their begging spot but a short walk to the best spot. Two supermarkets, McD, KFC, wharehouse all 5 min walk. Just one problem, NIMBYS! With the zoning they could have stuck a bloody big tin shed, etc! And put in just about anything.
    But you can never win! Should we take a sweepstake on 1st stabbing, 1st murder or just drive by shooting by crackers! Maybe the best thing would be for council to rezone the surrounding area to commercial. May not solve it but lets the NIMBYS make some bucks and move. Makes land available in the CBD to stop the drift north as well. We are ending up with two retail areas at the moment and the CBDis dying!

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  10. Odakyu-sen. We were discussing Thailand yesterday and the NZ pension. I found this on Facebook a few minutes ago. FWIW.

    “My partner and I traveled overseas for 9 years for various periods of time. The longest was 2 years. Every time we left the country we applied for a portable pension which was paid, without tax, into our NZ account. When we returned we advised them we were back and it reverted back to normal.”

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    • Thank you Mike.

      I guess that if those poor pensioners stuck in Australia and unable to return to NZ (during the MIQ period) had applied for a portable pension before they left New Zealand, they wouldn’t have had their superannuation cut after 6 months out of NZ or have received demands that they pay their pension payments back. (But they wouldn’t have known about the “portable pension” arrangement.)

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  11. Oh, how sweet.

    “The first reported gang-related incident was last Wednesday at around 3pm on Sequoia Cres, when a few carloads of Black Power members allegedly attacked two Mongrel Mob members from out of town, and stole their patches.

    Police have helped return one of the patches.”

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    • Absolutely fantastic use of Police resources and time.

      I bet the Mongey Mob member was so grateful for Plod’s diligence in returning his patch, gained no doubt, through some unlawful act.

      In the meantime law abiding citizens whose property has been stolen by Mongrel Mob and Black Power members get stuff all attention and assistance from Plod.

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  12. Gang member prison rates at seven-year low

    In 2017, the prison system was bursting at the seams and the Government faced a multibillion-dollar decision of having to build extra capacity to keep up, Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis said.

    “Instead we took a different approach and have safely reduced the prison population by 27 per cent,” Davis said.

    Er Kelvin, those gang members you safely released are shooting up Auckland every night.

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  13. Ramping up the official rhetoric. FO.

    Aotearoa name better represents country’s identity, historian says

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/02/aotearoa-name-better-represents-countrys-identity-historian-says/

    Te Pāti Māori on Thursday morning is presenting its petition to Parliament calling for the country’s name to be officially changed to Aotearoa. It’s also calling for the Government to officially restore the Te Reo Māori names for all towns, cities and place names.

    Tom Roa, historian and associate professor at University of Waikato professor, told Breakfast on Thursday that including Aotearoa in the country’s official name was a better representation of its identity.

    Lobby group, Hobson’s Pledge, has a petition of its own campaigning against the use of Aotearoa, and is calling for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to publicly affirm that the country’s official name is New Zealand.

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    • “Tom Roa, historian and associate professor at University of Waikato professor, told Breakfast on Thursday that including Aotearoa in the country’s official name was a better representation of his identity.”

      There. Fixed it for you.

      Makes about as much sense as changing the name of Hokkaido to “Ainu Moshiri” or whatever name the leading Ainu tribe in the distant past called their limited tribal domain. I can tell you right now that 5.28 million Japanese who live in Hokkaido won’t be too happy about having the name of their region changed for the sake of virtue-signaling. (There are around 20,000 Ainu in Hokkaido.)

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      • Yes yes!!!
        A referendum, on the name !
        A referendum on even having “maori seats in Parliament” Do away with them!
        A referendum on the special seats in Local government for “Co-governance. Do away with them.
        A referendum on the Mahuta’s 3 Waters. Do away with it.

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    • So will the New Tyranny of aotearoa come into play.
      Niu Tereni

      Like Rhodesia has a good start when 20,000 Matabele …
      https://www.bbc.com/news/av/stories-43713939
      “under Mugabe’s explicit orders”.
      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-zimbabwe-mugabe-violence-idUSKCN1VR18H

      Ceylon was a nice little island, and made the name change to Sri Lanka.
      Is it cause, or effect to then have a civil war for 30 years, and still there are major problems.

      Cambodia, that moment of madness where the world were very ok and accepting “Kampuchea” to be the grown up non colonist way; as an excuse to not think about the “Killing Fields”

      Bear in mind how in so many ways the path of “State of Sweden”
      https://rumble.com/user/StateOfSweden
      The grooming of bringing about to accept so many things of this globalization WEF-UN etc..

      As I comment on that “State of Sweden” here, a little.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1137/#comment-245504

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    • Yes, those who push the name Aotearoa, a name of dubious long term origin for this country, need to have their assertion that this is both the traditional Maori name (which they claim) and their assertion that this is the correct name for this country tested by way of Referendum.

      I am sure they will accept idea of a referendum and the result with extremely good grace.///

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      • Every single one of theses so-called ‘historians’,
        pretend maori, part maori radicals and left wing ‘academics’ can fuck off. Right off. Wankers and virtue signalling filth like them are helping wreck this country. When I look at my birth certificate, New Zealand is where I am born. Not some mythical crap hole called ‘aoteeearower’. Rant over. As you were.

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  14. YAR HO! Ruby’s gone woke. It’s offical now, rugby is going to implode, just a bunch of queers and steers! 158,000 volunteers roll out every weekend and know they will be questioning, why?

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  15. FO wankers. Dumb arse Greens voters. 🤬🤬

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/06/man-almost-crashes-car-in-wellington-after-climate-action-group-tampers-with-his-tyre.html
    Police are investigating after climate activists tampered with a man’s car tyre, almost causing a crash in Wellington.

    The driver checked the car but found no damage so he began driving home. But he was forced to pull over just past the Porirua off-ramp after he realised his tyre had deflated.

    Newshub has contacted Tyre Extinguishers for comment.

    “We are people from all walks of life with one aim: To make it impossible to own a huge polluting 4×4 in the world’s urban areas,” Tyre Extinguisher’s website said.

    “We are defending ourselves against climate change, air pollution and unsafe drivers. We do this with a simple tactic: Deflating the tyres of these massive, unnecessary vehicles, causing inconvenience for their owners.

    “Deflating tyres repeatedly and encouraging others to do the same will turn the minor inconvenience of a flat tyre into a giant obstacle for driving massive killer vehicles around our streets,” it continues.

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    • Twizel is faggotland bro lock your door and sleep with your buttcheeks clenched tight just incase, shithole place with an alright view, Its not even worth turning off the main drag to take a crap.
      Tekapo is a slight bit better but still gay as aids, if it wasnt for fish in the canals or thar in them ther hills aint no bastard would bother with the place and rabbits would rule.

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  16. SERVICES SHELTER
    Monthly we get a look at the merchandise trade results, exports of goods less imports of goods. But trade also includes services and this data only arrives quarterly. In some respects this is a surprising story. In the March quarter of 2022 we ran a -$1.9 bln deficit in services. But it isn’t quite where you might have thought. Our largest services deficit was with Australia at -$635 mln in that period, followed by Switzerland at -$424 mln and the EU at -$405 mln. Then Bermuda is next at -$110 mln. Even the Cook Islands is in this list where we ran a -$92 mln deficit. But with China, we ran a +$165 mln surplus. With the US our services surplus was +$240 mln. We were in balance with the UK, just a +$1 mln net surplus. The presence of Switzerland, Bermuda and the Cooks strongly suggests international companies are using these domiciles to shelter tax due.

    STRONG TERMS OF TRADE
    Our export prices rose faster than our import prices, so our terms of trade improved in Q1-2022. We are not quite back to the records set in September 2021, but close. Export volumes fell sharply, dropping -7.0% q/q, while the decrease in import volumes was more modest, at -2.6% on the same q/q basis.

    FAT SURPLUSES, RECORD HIGH
    Australia has booked yet another AU$10+ bln monthly trade surplus in April, continuing a long run of these fat surpluses. That takes the annual surplus to +$129 bln, a record high for any 12 month period.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/116201/review-things-you-need-know-you-go-home-thursday-more-retail-rate-rises-barfoots

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    • If labours polling keep going down cindy will ram it through as a “fuck you new zealand” and as another happy feelz to add to her cv for her un job.

      A scary prospect is the maori party being kingmaker… woke luxtard will think its a great idea, cindy would no doubt do it in n instant if it gave her 3 more years trashing nz

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        • SA, The Maori Party, mmmmmmm?

          These two ill dressed fools are too mouthy for their own good. here they are squawking about a change of name for the country, but bet you a dollar to a knobble of goat shit, they have not asked anyone if that is what they want.

          Remembering the Maori Party are only in Parliament on 2% of the voting public.

          Maori make up 17% of the country and these minority two fools claim to represent Maori.

          Legends who no one wants.

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          • They are in Parliament only due to,the racist Maori seats, that should have been dropped when we adopted MMP, as per the Royal Commission report.
            Thanks National (again). Labour Lite, screwing their supporters since forever

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  17. 3 shootings, 2 fires linked to Auckland gang violence – police

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/02/3-shootings-2-fires-linked-to-auckland-gang-violence-police/

    The first shooting took place on Manuroa Road, in Takanini, around 7.39pm.

    It was followed by a second shooting at a home on Albert Road, in Manukau, just before 8pm. One person in the home was taken to hospital with minor injuries, where they were discharged overnight.

    The third shooting took place at a home on Boundary Road, Ōpaheke, around 8.08pm.

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  18. There are simply no good reasons why an under-populated country like New Zealand should tolerate the ridiculous “house prices” (really, ridiculous land prices) which we currently have. Blame central and local government politicians, not greedy speculators, people with Chinese-sounding names, or the purveyors of building materials.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/house-prices-falling-at-last?postId=19b81479-f197-4fab-beda-17984fe215f6&utm_campaign=b66305f3-7b63-404b-b715-bbde45b8716f&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=2367870f-3c02-4216-8c39-eb6bc76c35f3&cid=0e30c3c6-5fa5-4aad-8fbb-f511907bcec4

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  19. Climate change tax/rates…
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/local-democracy-reporting/300604363/auckland-councillors-grapple-with-pros-and-cons-of-budgets-climate-change-charge

    What %of our income/spending will be taxed in the name of climate change by 2030? Targeted rates, no doubt a govt tax/levy on all income earners, carbon tax on fuels, higher fuel excise/ road taxes? And god knows how creative theyll get with it all but no doubt there willbe several other stealth taxes… and dont forget the 15% gst ontop aswell!

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    • On Gas advised us yesterday that prices were increasing. Note that the last increase was on Nov 21 & the new rate comes into effect 1 July. It represents an increase of $18 on a 45kg bottle of gas in eight months……about 17%. They cite increased costs & the ETS as reasons & as it’s a fairly competitive market with a few players it won’t be all corporate greed.

      We pay for the wet dreams of the climate change fanatics.

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      • Yes. The cost to refill a standard 9 kg bottle of LPG in Whangarei has increased 17% from $24 to $28.

        The delivery fee of Indian food has doubled from $5 to $10.

        What is this about inflation being at 5.9%?

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        • Loose potatoes at Pac n’ Sav were $1.99 a kg last year. Now $2.99.
          Rump steak would often be around $15 a kg last year. Now around $20.

          Inflation of basic, unprocessed food items seems to be at least 25%.

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  20. More bullshit on propaganda tv

    Review suggests police more likely to harm non-Pakeha

    People who are not Pākehā appear more likely to be harmed by police, according to early findings into the largest investigation into police bias in New Zealand.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/02/review-suggests-police-more-likely-to-harm-non-pakeha/

    The issue of bias is something police recognise could be a systemic problem.

    Sir Kim Workman, the lead panellist overseeing the work, said it was encouraging to see police willing to take part.

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  21. I dont see lots of asians, indians or muslims bleating in the news about police roughing them up.

    Could it be that the ferals that are willing to inflict damage upon others try it on with the cops and get a bash?
    Ha i see OS is thinking along the same lines. Its likely the reason behind the claims/stats but our govts bloated spin doctor department has come up with a poor maori sob story from it.

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    • When you lack the education or nous to resolve any form of confrontation without violence then you’re odds on to lose against the system. On a personal level I loathe authority & it has cost me dearly from the time I started primary school up until this this moment. Yet I’ve still got enough braincells functioning to know when to pick a fight & when to back off & save it for another day.

      This is where the specials with their staunchness, macho violence & casual attitude to learning lose it.

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      • Teehee, nasska i was the same… still am. I hate authority and since primary school ive challenged it every day, unfortunately im a stupid boy and dont know how to pick my battles but ive won a suprising amount of times.

        Youre a ex truckie arent ya? You wouldve fucking pissed yourself when you see how i deal to the heavy traffic cops… twice now ive won 🙂 and in epic fashion. The first time I “tested” his authority… “In 22yrs of doing this job ive never ever had to deal with someone as stupid as you” were the words he told me, less then 2mins later he knew he was fucked and the look on his face was priceless.

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