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  1. Studies Link Incurable Prion Disease With COVID-19 Vaccines
    By Marina Zhang
    June 4, 2022 Updated: June 7, 2022
    Studies on COVID-19 vaccines have suggested a link between the vaccines and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), a rare and fatal brain condition.

    A preprint French study suggests that the Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines may have contributed to the emergence of a new type of sporadic CJD that is much more aggressive and rapid in progression than the traditional form of the disease.

    CJD is caused by abnormalities in a protein in the brain called a prion. The naturally occurring proteins are usually harmless, but when they become diseased or misfolded, they cause nearby prions to also become misshapen, leading to the deterioration of brain tissue and eventually death.

    The disease is incurable, as once one prion becomes infected, it continues to propagate to other prions, and currently there isn’t any treatment capable of stopping its progress.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/studies-link-incurable-prion-disease-with-covid-19-vaccine_4511204.html?utm_source=top5noe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-06-11-one&utm_medium=email&est=AoE%2BFo1ICP7PNFwSpPbxM1WD7zb54cEMMOcJoPs2fBGGJlvCFQ91as2Fz4a78B8%3D

    Sporadic CJD, though occurring at random, has been linked to the consumption of contaminated meat, such as beef from a cow that has been infected with diseased prions.

    Though the Omicron variant of COVID-19 doesn’t carry a prion region in its spike protein, the original Wuhan COVID-19 variant had one. Therefore, when the Wuhan variant’s spike protein gene information was made into a vaccine as part of mRNA and adenoviral DNA vaccines, the prion region was also incorporated. A U.S. study published in the journal Microorganisms indicated that the prion area is able to interact with human cells.

    Everyone should read this. It is the result of careless ness or eveil or both. Its not a good outcome for those jabbed.

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    • Bet it is Trump’s fault, with all these people dying of different illnesses, Biden and the Dems will not want to be associated with this catastrophe so ole Trump will get the blame again for what ever reason suits them, jab was too early not enough research anything basically but definitely not potato Joes fault.////

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    • This is why vaccines and drugs take 10-15 years to approve. Test, Test, Test – preferably on animals not humans.

      As a comparison:
      The Lithium Ion battery was first conceived of in the early 1970’s and patented years later in 1977. Exxon began manufacturing in 1976 but the product was plagued with problems, It took another 14 years before the bugs were ironed out and Sony and Asahi Kasei produced the first commercially viable Lithium-Ion battery. And it was not until 1994 that it was used in mobile phones.

      And here we are 50 years later and there are still concerns with buses, camper-vans, electric cars, and children’s electric cars exploding and catching fire.

      And we are supposed to trust a drug company(ies) that has a checkered career, with billion dollar settlements and a history of convictions for fraud, product side effects and deaths, and bribing govt health officials and medical professionals to sell faulty and/or falsely labelled drugs.

      Would you buy a Nuclear powered car manufactured by Viktor Bryukhanov (the lead communist engineer that oversaw Chernobyl), and that was developed in just a few months?

      I doubt it. So why should anyone be gullible enough to trust a pharma company, with an equally bad reputation, and that gets its customers to sigh a waiver in case things go thermonuclear?

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  2. They have all suddenly got the shits about their upcoming court trials.

    Biden Administration Drops Key COVID-19 Requirement for Air Travel
    By Jack Phillips
    June 10, 2022 Updated: June 11, 2022
    The White House announced Friday it will drop COVID-19 testing requirements for international air travel, according to a spokesperson.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “will end COVID-19 testing requirement for air travelers entering the country,” said White House spokesman Kevin Munoz, adding that it “will evaluate its need based on the science and in context of circulating variants.”

    Munoz was responding to a report from CNN, which cited an unnamed administration official, that said the testing requirement would be dropped

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/biden-administration-drops-key-covid-19-requirement-for-air-travel_4525212.html?utm_source=mr_recommendation&utm_medium=left_sticky

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  3. Twitter Quietly Removes Warning Added to a CDC Study
    By Meiling Lee
    June 9, 2022 Updated: June 9, 2022
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    Twitter has removed a warning that it had added to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of its campaign to limit what it claims to be “potentially harmful and misleading content.”

    Twitter and other social networking giants are known to have worked closely with the CDC in controlling the narrative during the pandemic, including suppression of alleged misinformation, in emails obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) in July 2021.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/twitter-quietly-removes-warning-added-to-a-cdc-study_4524205.html?utm_source=mr_recommendation&utm_medium=left_sticky

    The shit is going to hit the fan and jail some of these creaps.

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  4. Richard Prosser tops himself in England. Suffered from depression.
    T John Delamare has this to say about the guy.
    “Former NZ First minister Tuariki Delamere told the Herald: “While I am sad that he has died so young, and sad for his family, the world will not miss his lunatic, racist and bigoted principles.”

    You fucking spineless cretin Delamare. I hope you die a nasty slow and painful death.

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  5. I would sure like to see a rainbow in Auckland, amid all this squally, windy weather.

    (This morning felt like a flashback to the lockdown days. Groundhog Day all over again!) Maybe that’s why YSB was so quiet this morning…

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  6. I was chatting to someone who inhabits Kiwi Blog, apparently Kiwi Blog is not commenting regarding Ross Ardern and Tokelau. When I went to google it for him there is serious censorship around information.

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  7. Steven Joyce: Don’t expect too many favours from Albo

    In 2010, about a year into being Transport Minister, I was encouraged by officials to attend the Commonwealth Transport Ministers Council meeting in Perth.

    It was a long way to go at a busy time. I asked what I would learn. The ministry chief executive paused, and perhaps unwittingly channelling his best Sir Humphrey, deadpanned “you will learn, minister, that it was a very good idea not to join the Federation back in the 1890s”.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/steven-joyce-dont-expect-too-many-favours-from-albo/YMOIPJNAHVX6S73OY673VKOJLQ/

    Excellent summation of aussie by Steven Joyce.

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  8. Yes I knoe o needed rain a few weeks ago, but FFS, get a grip weather gods. Are you associated with Labour Party Planning? anyway misleading headline “Former NZ First MP Richard Prosser dies suddenly in the UK, aged 55”

    Should be “Former NZ First MP Richard Prosser commits suicide in the UK, aged 55”

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    • Wankers! Yer sure the natives pulled a ponga cart with wheels behind them, with a selection of manuka sticks for hitting a stone, hither and fro. Then back to the clubhouse for a brew!
      Go broke ya wnkers and the soner the better, so we can build sticks and gib on your land!

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    • The cuzi bros have got their claws into everything dont they 🙁

      I have yet to hear the story on how another mythical maori invented the great game of golf, im guessing they came up with the concept whilst bored on their big waka trip to antarctica?

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      • SB, Kupe, that well know Scottish Mariner and inventor of Golf, a game that can be played on both land and canoe can confirm, that yes, they did invent the game on the way to Antartica.

        On the way back from Antarctica, the well known Maori Radio Ham and Olympic Canoeist , Wiremu Marconi, invented the radio after discovering radio waves.

        Of course that other great relative of Kupe, the Scots Maori, John Logie Baird, the inventor of the TV, also had an input, joining Wiremu Marconi in being able to transmit not only radio but TV signals, all captured by the newly formed Maori TV Chanel based in traditional Maori Pa of South Auckland

        These voyages to Antartica, were most beneficial to Maori. //

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        • Don’t froget cuzzie Walt from LA. He invented the cartoons that we now use to show just how stupid these woke fuckers really are. Mickey Mouse was a murri model from Kupes canoe back in the day

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            • Naaska, Wiremu H was no doubt advised by that great Maori Philanthropist, Chairman of Aotearoa National Maori Authority, the Worlds Greatest Financial Adviser and Commentator on absolutely everything, Matthew Tukaki.

              Check out Charities Commission Reg No CC 22946

              Annual Returns – Income over Expenditure.

              Returns for Year Ending 31/12/2018, 31/12/2019, 31/12/2020

              or any year that is shown for that fact.

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          • A few years back, having dug to depth of ten feet British scientists found
            traces of copper wire dating back 200 years and came to the conclusion that
            their ancestors already had a telephone network more than 150 years ago.

            Not to be outdone by the Brits, in the weeks that followed, an American
            archaeologist dug to a depth of 20 feet, and shortly after, a story
            published in the New York Times: “American archaeologists, finding traces of
            250 year old copper wire, have concluded that their ancestors already had an
            advanced high-tech communications network 50 years earlier than the British.”

            One week later, the New Zealand Herald reported the following: “After
            digging as deep as 30 feet in his backyard in Onerahi, Bill Paku, a
            self-taught archaeologist and avid Motorhomer reported that he found
            absolutely f— all. Paku has therefore concluded that 250 years ago New
            Zealand had already gone wireless.”

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    • “Golf NZ chief executive Dean Murphy says his company recognises the importance of Māori in golf, having NZ Māori Golf provide wisdom and guidance to help Golf NZ work with Māori in a meaningful and culturally responsive way, ”
      What a fucking load of crap.
      FJA

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  9. Former Pfizer VP: ‘Massive Fraud Playing Out on a Global Scale,’ Reckless to Vaccinate the Whole Population

    In order to get an insider’s view, we spoke with Dr. Michael Yeadon, former chief scientific officer at Pfizer’s Global Allergy & Respiratory

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/former-pfizer-vp-massive-fraud-playing-out-on-a-global-scale-reckless-to-vaccine-the-whole-population_4509490.html?utm_source=top5noe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-06-11-one&utm_medium=email&est=i1QP56FBzs85n6Yo3E6fr3mSjeZGz%2FKjC7cm5fjcWjjJJkK52BnWMr01O0L4diE%3D

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    • Naomi Wolf is co-ordinating or involved with a large group of high powered US lawyers to take on Pfizer. They believe they have a case for a wide range of crimes and illegal activity including fraud which nullifies any waivers Governments may have given them.

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  10. Jan. 6 Was ‘An Inside Job to Entrap People Who Attended Trump’s Speech’: Investigative Journalist
    Roman Balmakov

    In order to get a handle on what took place at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, we spoke with Julie Kelly, an investigative journalist and author of “January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right.”

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/jan-6-was-an-inside-job-to-entrap-people-who-attended-trumps-speech-investigative-journalist_4524391.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-06-11&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=ze4N846qSp7BurTQUYqibtufF5pfo1q08cqQLT%2B82I9ri94XmPBenJVzefw20BY%3D

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  11. Kea is loving this dramatic weather tucked up in his hilltop retreat. Probably should make some sort of effort to get a female creature to cuddle with. Trouble is I have patchy skills at talking with the dam things. They are so full of shit 😂

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  12. New Cracks in the Most Secure Election Narrative
    Recent news reports continue to expose controversial problems with election integrity associated with the 2020 elections in several states. The prevailing narrative has been that the election was the “most secure” ever, but a stream of revelations pointing to real problems with election systems in several states is undermining that belief.

    Let us examine the topic in detail, including recent germane press reports.
    The Most Secure Election

    The conventional wisdom conveyed by the legacy media, the Democratic Party, and even a number of Republicans since November 2020 is that the 2020 election “was the most secure election in American history,” according to Fox News. This narrative was based on a joint statement made by the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) Executive Committee and the Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC) on Nov. 12, 2020.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/new-cracks-in-the-most-secure-election-narrative_4524139.html?utm_source=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2022-06-11&utm_medium=email&est=Rll%2BTV9wo9vo4StSDzhz2CTFEWcOEDB%2F211B3TEQcKtfKfAp6g%2BMEZ2uqh%2FMl%2FI%3D

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  13. “ Rachael Membery June 12, 2022 At 1:52 pm
    I can’t find a reply button on your comment.
    I am not sure which of the sexes are ahead in the ‘necessary evil’ stakes.

    In a hypothetical world of all men or all women, which would function best without the other?”

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    The male one. Men are task focused. Women are focused more on things required to create kids. Directly or indirectly. This largely occurs subconsciously. A world of women would still be sitting in the trees picking lice out of each other’s fur and gossiping about their feelz.

    In the real world both sexes are part of a whole that natural selection has provided. Natural selection does not select for happiness, only for survival.

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      • ……”We are doing it wrong.”……

        And there my friend we will disagree. I was brought up in Godzone in the 50s & 60s which was an era where people opened their veins in a hot bath to escape the boredom of living.

        Yet, amongst the wall to wall religious garbage & the stifling social conservatism there were two redeeming features which ensured that our country was a good place to bring up kids.

        They were the stability & pride associated with state sponsored home ownership coupled with full employment. All gone; sacrificed at the twin altars of neo liberalism & greedy landlords.

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  14. “one of the most reviled people”.
    Poor wee petal /////////////////////////////////

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/06/threats-against-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-involving-police-almost-triple-in-three-years.html
    Newshub can reveal the annual number of threats against Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has almost tripled in three years.

    It comes as police confirm they are still searching for an anti-mandate protester charged with threatening to kill the Prime Minister in March.

    The anti-mandate protest at Parliament earlier this year was a confronting display of anti-establishment fury and brazen disrespect for the Prime Minister, with one placard comparing her to Adolf Hitler.

    Suze Wilson, a senior lecturer and leadership scholar at Massey University, has written about how Ardern is “one of the most reviled people in Aotearoa New Zealand, attracting vitriol that violates the bounds of normal, reasoned political debate”.

    Wilson said the “rise of consumption and engagement with conspiratorialist perspectives is driving how people perceive the Prime Minister”.

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    • Suze Wilson can go and fuck herself.
      That creature Ardern deserves every hate filled word thrown at her.
      The bitch has destroyed
      lives, families, jobs, the economy and that’s only
      the start. Fuck Ardern, fuck this government and
      fuck the lapdog ‘media’.

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    • She’ll be milking it for all it’s worth WG yet I’ve little in common with people who make threats against political leaders or their families.

      Lampoon them, abuse them, point out their gross deficiencies along with their megalomaniac tendencies at will but don’t support those who threaten them because it gives the arseholes an excuse to use their powers to stifle disagreement.

      They are scum. Our fellow dissidents who blow off make our enslavement easier.

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      • Seems most are these days and its will get worse as they try to escape the legal beagles that are out after Phizer.
        It will be repeated here and other countries.
        Life might get a bit difficult when the courts start taking their money away. Good things take time.

        The thing about respect is that it is always needing to be earned.
        When you and I or anybody else meets for the first time we start on a level that’s the same. from then on that can go either way depending on how we treat each other.
        Disrespecting citizens and their families to fit her agenda isn’t how that respect increases.

        Being a tool like suse and Wiles and all those others doesn’t increase the respect we have at all.

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    • “That misogyny, that trying to put women back in their place and intimidate and stop them having their place at the decision-making table.”

      Misongyny my arse. From many women who can’t stand the sight of the nasty psychopath. It’s due to her being a despicable excuse for a human being. Mandates have lost people their employment, homes, family, friends and in some cases their lives. Yeah/nah, it’s nothing to do with the mad queen on a power trip. She loves the bouquets but can’t take the verbal brick bats.
      And no, I don’t condone actual violence.
      FJA

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  15. All the nobody socilaists and syncophantic followers of the narcistic, physcopath known as DL are getting bothered.
    They are on notice that she and they will be tossed into the cespit before long.
    Jobs gone, attitudes back under control.

    My guess is that after one of her trips this year she will quit when the polls get bad enough. there will be a lot of hori’s and back bench troughers getting bothered about their future and just like when angry couldn’t get them to change they will change leaders. The did after Norm, they did it after lange , the did it after Clark and they will do it again. Oh and even after the cnut Savage.
    History repeats.

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  16. Mysterious and unexpected fireworks display lights up Auckland sky

    No its not the hori matariki.

    A large and mysterious fireworks display has boomed across central Auckland tonight, leaving residents and authorities baffled.

    The fireworks display – near the base of Mt Eden – was close to Life Church, which has been celebrating its 30th birthday this weekend. On its website, it had promised celebrations would continue into Sunday evening.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/mysterious-and-unexpected-fireworks-display-lights-up-auckland-sky/LUZ7QGOV56S3ORKZ6G4RY62OU4/

    so now they will in the crap with 1000 indifferent whinger and moaners and clip board bagers and so on.

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  17. Osen, look at what you have done.
    In a culture that rewards seniority, young workers feel resentment towards older unproductive colleagues.

    For the past few days, people in chat rooms across Japan have been grasping for a neat rendering of “boutto suru”: the state of sitting at a desk, staring off into space, unengaged, unproductive and, in this particular context, unsackable.

    The term is currently circling in the ether because of a survey published by Shikigaku, a Tokyo-based consultancy, on the phenomenon of the hatarakanai ojisan, the old geezer (or, less commonly, his female equivalent) in the office who manages to get away with doing no work.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/the-rise-and-rise-of-japans-unsackable-slacker/H4EXMMTLGICD6YFCXHFBYMAMIM/

    Sounds like much of our public service and local bodies.

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  18. The intensification of work doesn’t seem to be making us richer, but it does appear to be making us sicker.

    The idea that technology can liberate us from the drudgery of work is a powerful one. It has also been a powerful disappointment, at least so far. Many bemoan the fact that John Maynard Keynes thought we could all be working a 15-hour week by now. But it is not just about working hours. The nature of work also seems to have changed in the past three decades. In spite of — or perhaps because of — new technology, people now say they are working harder to tighter deadlines under greater levels of tension.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/opinion-why-are-we-all-working-so-hard/PEANRI6X7UEOQJRENMCW7SW5BI/

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    • The idea that technology can liberate us from the drudgery of work is a powerful one. …John Maynard Keynes thought we could all be working a 15-hour week by now

      It is also a flawed idea. if you extend that thinking further, then technically at some time in the future, no-one would be doing any work at all, which would imply that everyone was wealthy enough to not have to work; not have to exchange goods and services; not have to service the machines that do the work; not have to oversee the machines that do the work.

      If everyone is wealthy enough to do no work, then who or what do they pay to do the work for them? And who builds the machines? Progress and innovation requires creativity, which implies input.

      The work will continue, but perhaps in a different from. Work has been evolving over the millennia, but work it still is. As long as goods and services are being exchanged, as long as food is being grown, as long as new things are being invented, there will be activity.

      And what some bored uninspired modern men and women call drudgery would be called luxury by our ancestors.

      “Have you got that fire started yet?”

      “No, the wood is damp after the last rain. I’ll be rubbing sticks for another 30 minutes. Have you got the meat ready?”

      “No, we are still hacking away at the wildebeest. Should have a chuck to go on the fire in about an hour. My adze is blunt. A pity about Egor, he got gored by a wild pig. He was only 23. Do we have enough water?”

      “No, it will take Barney another 16 trips to the lake to fill the stone pot.”

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  19. Anyone else noticing heavy censorship at Don Brash’s blog? Imbibing in heavy censorship is a good as running up the white flag. Pathetic. He has joined the Goblin hordes defending the banks of Moria. J Q Rowling was right.

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