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  1. FFUUUCCKK, Another sea of red ,let’s hope not to many kiwi retirement plans are heavily into the stock markets, Americans are panicking with most mortgage holding families having 250k / $300k of debt , holy crap our rates are already higher than theirs and average debt for 100s of thousands of families in our Country is twice that.

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    • Unfortunately RV, most super schemes/KiwiSaver schemes are just that. Because the NZ stock exchange is so small, they usually have a heavily overseas investment leaning. The only hope is to wait and ride it out, but I’m pretty sure Biden has made me considerably poorer.

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      • Super schemes are supposed to be for the longterm much like most of us landlords are. I know, I know we are rapcious rip off merchants and so on according to the mentally unstable on here), but that’s far from the truth actually. Longterm investing means riding thru the storms and occasionally getting some sunny days.
        If your super scheme is invested in the share market then you have to do the same. The problem is that you have no control where the money is and if they bail or fail, which is what they do then you have done your cash. Learn’t that in the 80’s. (The benefit of being old is that we’ve been there done that sadly).

        The really big issue is 1. the panic and 2. the hedge funds. Some are going to collapse big time and drag others with them.

        Mostly its panic but in the case of the high techs that have share prices unrelated to their earning then they are going to get skinned alive. We have a few. Zero was said to be worth 15 billion but never makes a profit so stupid people prop its share price up. Thats speculating on future incomes (yes they do that, promises not ever kept.) They gotta lose.
        If speculation needs taming in housing and it did then this trading needs it even more.).

        House prices may fall but we can usually rent them even if we don’t get as much, and then they will rise again as you all procreate madly.

        still in I know nothing.

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    • Good job hope it keeps going until it hits zero the world has earned it.

      How many days of red before we start seeing videos of scum bankers/traders throwing themselves off high buildings?

      Im guessing the fed will add fuel to the fire and massively raise the cash rate too.
      Burn america burn

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    • Buttcoin boys are hurting. Bitcoin down 70%, coin base exchange laying off 20%, if you had Celsius coin they just seized your money and unofficially declared they are Bankrupt. About 10% of NZ investors own some type of butt coin & are getting raped.

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      • Beorn@0915

        In respect of the decline of Bitcoin et al, you might find the following of interest:

        I recently did a very low-level experiment with crypto using a small amount of ‘spare’ money for the purpose, my intention being to see exactly what would happen, ‘just for fun’. Not Bitcoin of course (THAT is expensive) , but just a small amount put onto a couple of supposedly-advancing ‘coin’ to see where they might go.

        Essentially, it was a a case of ‘Park and leave’ to see what eventuated.

        The progress of the two accounts I chose was fascinating to observe, especially how quickly ‘high-performing’ ‘coins’ decline into relative oblivion, and how quickly others came to replace the ‘dying’ currency.

        As an ‘experiment’ I would deem it a success, and certainly proved the naysayers to be correct; Crypto, despite all the hype from it’s advocates, is ultimately a very unstable and very volatile market, and having experienced it, the phrase about ‘A fool and his Money’ does come to mind…

        As it confirms your observations, I thought you might find my experience of interest.

        Thanks.

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        • Cheers Komata. I could never bring myself to buy any, although my 16year old son did. He wiped out a couple of weeks washing dishes in one swipe. The burnt hand teaches best.

          The idea that a digitally created coin is independent & safe from the centralizing statist borgs, is ridiculous. The rush that central governments and central banks have had in creating their own buttcoin, is a major tell. They want us all on digital money so that we can be controlled & extorted.

          Gold solid, but not practical, unless you want to buy a suit or a boat. Silver probably better for daily transactions.

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  2. So Luxon takes a relaxed pose whilst visiting a school and talking to school children and some scribble faced early settler gets upset, his jock strap in a knot and claims that Luxon, by sitting on a table, is not only a heathen, but doesn’t understand traditions of the most important race in the world, one that has previously lead the world in social and lifestyle habits.

    Those habits and traditions include:

    Slavery
    Murder
    Cannibalism
    Taking by violence and force, others land.

    As far as I am aware, before Able Tasman and Jim Cook sailed by and came to this country, Maori did not have the concept of Tables and Chairs, own or construct them, let alone have them strategically placed in their temporary, Raupo Whare’s.

    So why is is this scribbled faced dude (see picture in article) who looks more like a gang enforcer than a leader of the community and the NZH claiming Luxon is defiling Maori culture and why is Luxon being given a negative article on the front page in the Herald other than to try and tarnish Luxon’s image. I wonder if this is not a result of a call from the 9th floor of Parliament to the Herald, saying we want more value for our $55 million dollars. Ooohhh look here is an opportunity, Luxon is sitting on a desk, here, publish that.

    And it may be Luxon and other peoples culture, to sit on tables, so why is Luxon’s culture and habits less important than that, which a scribble faced person is outraged about. He, the Labour Party and the Herald can get fucked.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/kaumatua-questions-christopher-luxons-maoridom-guidance-after-potential-tikanga-breach/EXVW5XG2MG5UERO6ZU4TMCR3BQ/

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    • Luxin is dumb. He just shouldn’t go there. Inviting trouble. go to business where people are succeeding and tell those stories.
      Go to ed and tell their story.
      cuddling kids like Jacinda is stupid.

      Better to go into the High schools and influence the senoirs. That holds more sway and in the past Tga Boys always ran a poll around the elections It was rather influential. Just so stupid but that’s the Nats.

      Chasing babies should not enter into the conversation.

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      • Scribble face is just pissed off Luxon didn’t arrive in a van with blacked out windows and walked trough the front door without having to dodge any protesters unlike his Queen who had to scuttle in the back door but gives him everything for doing nothing. Just another desperate lefty clutching at straws. Someone should ask him his thoughts on the barcode cowboy wearing his hat in parliament but not allowing hats to be worn in his house. That is disrespectful. Why should anyone be bound by so called Maori traditions like this? I doubt they had any idea what a table was before the white man showed up.

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        • Tarquin, the Early Settler definitely did not know about the nail before Jim Cook arrived on the scene and I doubt they were into dove tailing wooden joints with a fret saw, so guess tables and chairs were nowhere to be seen.

          These sanctimonious, scribble faced arseholes who complain of cultural insensitivities, like Rangi McLean, a man of part European heritage, just shit me.

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        • Tarquin, are you joking about the table thing? remember the old saying , “mummy I hate grandmas guts”, “well move to the other side of the table then” .
          Are we still legally allowed to talk about cannibalism in this Country or has it been outlawed by the creature ??

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          • Rev@0810

            Cannibalism? How DARE you sir, EVERYONE knows that before whitey arrived to ruin things, ‘maori’ were living in a golden age and in peace love and tranquility with each other.

            All those stories about cannibalism and public feasts on their fellow humans are lies I tell you, lies, from the putrid and fervent imaginations of the whiteys who wanted to do nothing but denigrate and destroy the ‘beautiful’ maori way of life (nd if you beleive THAT, I have a bridge to sell to you).

            Despite what the various maori academics (No names), Mahuta, jackson et al want us to think), evidence proves otherwise, but hey, the ‘golden age’ story DOES make whitey give even more money to the bros’ so what is there not to like?

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        • I watched the swamp creature turn up to an event this week. Hustled in through the back entrance, head down, shoulders hunched, frowny face, looking like she’d come straight from a fitting at the opshop. A truly despicable woman.

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    • Ffs.
      We whiteys don’t have to be dictated to by this primitive bunch of early settlers.
      Someone should research that guys background. No doubt find plenty of examples of breaching our tee kunga .po noddy.

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    • These graffiti-faced arseholes just make a lot of noise. The trouble starts when everybody lends credence to all the whinging. Give a scribble-faced wanker an inch and he’ll take the whole mile, then demand compensation too. Your early settler there is an arrogant, self-absorbed chancer.

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        • When I was secondary school back in the late 1980’s early 90’s we had an adult Maori lady student in my economics class. One of my mates sat on a desk and she ripped into him for doing it. Boy was he pissed with her. His uncle used to be east coast Maori MP for NZ 1st too, and looked more Maori than she did. 😂🤣

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      • Toko, you and I know this is bullshit. Food is most unlikely to be served or prepared in a school class room. It may be offensive to some Maori, but being continually told I am a colonial arsewipe is offensive to me but does not make me run off to a newspaper and complain.

        Further Toko, it turns out this complaining Kaumatua, Rangi McLean is a Maori Party Advisor and the author of this piece, Richard Hills is a Labour Party activist. Take what you want from that.

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        • TAH…
          There was an evil mongrel mob member down this way with the surname McLean. Thankfully he’s now 6 feet under….

          Re sitting on table…It used to relate to menstruating women which I think goes back to a time where they were not allowed around food preparation. Now that men can get pregnant and presumably have menstrual cycles, McLean may be holding onto those old beliefs with the woke Mr Luxon.

          Even if the table is not going to be used for food, I’m not sure I would want my grand kids sitting and placing their hands on the area where some fecal embedded underpants have been separated from it by a couple of microns of polyester.

          I’m with Harvey on this…just shows you can never be too woke.

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          • Toko, wokeness has not reached it’s peak yet, it is just winding up.

            Fortunately it gives me lots to laugh at and how the purile swallow this weak, woke shit. Unfortunately for them, I guess neither you, nor I will ever reach that level of wokeness they so hope to attain.

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      • Sorry, Its a school desk. Anyone who risks eating off one of those has no concern for their health. Next to computer keyboards, they are probably the most faeces infected surfaces around. Desks are for writing on, not eating off.

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    • Luxon has been pantsed by his own virtue signalling.
      If any NZer doesn’t know that sitting on tables is offensive to Maori they have been living under a hedge.
      For Te Reo Luxon to be doing it is hilarious.
      How did he not get the memo when he was introducing all manner of cultural and environmental correctness at AirNZ at shareholders expense? Where are his cultural mentors?
      There’s more to maori than a bit of lingo Christopher.

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  3. Republican Mayra Flores Flips Texas US House Seat in Special Election
    Latinos come out strong for Republican candidate in the traditionally blue Rio Grande Valley
    By Darlene McCormick Sanchez
    June 14, 2022 Updated: June 15, 2022

    SAN BENITO, Texas—Republican Mayra Flores won the special election for an open seat in 34th Texas Congressional District, flipping a heavily Hispanic district to the GOP.

    “I’m forever grateful,” Flores said in a victory speech on June 14, her voice breaking with emotion. “For 100 years, we have been taken for granted.”

    The victory proves that Republicans have made significant inroads in the heavily Hispanic Rio Grande Valley, which Democrats have dominated for decades.

    Flores received about 51 percent of the vote, while Democratic rival Dan Sanchez received 43 percent.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/republican-mayra-flores-flips-texas-u-s-house-seat-in-special-election_4528840.html?utm_source=mr_recommendation&utm_medium=left_sticky

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  4. A lifetime beneficiary who stole almost $250,000 from New Zealand taxpayers has been sentenced to home detention.
    Rowena Rochelle Price appeared before Judge Ian Carter in the Whanganui District Court on Wednesday facing a raft of fraud charges relating to the Ministry of Social Development [MSD].

    The 45-year-old had previously pleaded guilty to two charges of obtaining by deception and 13 of using a document for pecuniary advantage after being given a sentencing indication in Hamilton in May 2021.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/married-grandmother-stole-245k-over-15-years-while-claiming-to-be-solo-mum/5VHXLTHY6TFXMYQ3OVE3EL5VOQ/

    Judge Carter said he was going to adopt the approach taken in the sentencing indication of three years imprisonment.

    He then gave Price a 25 per cent discount for early guilty pleas, five per cent for her genuine remorse, and a further 10 per cent for good character bringing the sentence down to 21 months and two weeks.

    Price, who is the full-time caregiver to two of her grandchildren, then had her sentence converted to 10 months and three weeks of home detention.

    Proceeds of Crime act should be enforced upon both.

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    • Questions:

      1. Why did it take 15 years of payments to this thief to discover her fraud?
      2. Why has she been on a Benefit her whole adult life as she is not a sickness beneficiary?
      3. Why are Benefits not limited to a specific period of time, then that is it, you have done your dash, the community has done it’s bit for you, now get off your fat arse and do something for yourself and start paying some tax.

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    • From Alice’s link..
      “New Zealand – 84 % vaccinated
      Every time I see New Zealand’s numbers I shake my head. What a beautiful country; what an inept government. They recently pulverized their all-time death rate. Maybe they will have more success containing cow farts.”

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    • From Alice’s link:

      ……”In the meantime, though, Omicron remains relatively mild. As long as it does not mutate to become more dangerous, vaccine advocates can continue to pretend that the billion-person clinical trial of 2021 is not ending catastropically.”……

      Note to the obedient vaccinated fools who listened to the crap from the Podium of Truth. Avoid the rush. Buy your coffins now while stocks last.

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  5. Is China about to invade Taiwan?
    A very reliable source says something is going on with the Chinese military. They have seen how successful Russia has been in invading Ukraine, the feeble response from Europe and the weak dumbarse in the Whitehouse.
    They might never get a better opportunity than right now.
    Watch this space

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    • Ed…
      In response, this opposite view is worth a read…will be interesting to see who is right.
      https://voxday.net/2022/06/12/knock-off-the-retardery/

      “The war in Ukraine is not a “distraction”. China is not going to use the “distraction” to invade either a) Australia or b) the USA. The very idea is so prodigiously stupid that anyone suggesting the idea with a straight face should never be taken seriously again.

      China is even less likely to invade the West Coast than Japan was, and the historical records show that neither the Japanese Navy nor the Japanese Army ever even contemplated the notion beyond briefly looking at the possibility of invading Hawaii before concluding that they lacked a) the transport capability, b) the logistical capability, and c) the airpower to even bother putting together an actual warplan.

      For crying out loud, the military strategists who pay attention to this sort of thing aren’t even sure China has the capability to successfully invade Taiwan island. They do, but the point is the mere fact the issue is even potentially in doubt renders the other hypothetical invasions very highly improbable.”

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      • What an over the top reaction of blurb.

        … invade either a) Australia or b) the USA. ….

        It is like saying Russia’s attack on the Ukraine, was to …. invade either a) Europe or b) the USA. ….
        It is up to the USA, Europe & Australia, to how far they want to be involved.

        Not knowing that poking a bear, and not knowing that a bear can reach pretty far up the tree, and the tree appears to be on the small side.

        It would seem that China is probably weighing up, figuring some of the ‘tricks’ of how Russia has been able to restrict the Europe & the USA, and then if that can be applied to the USA, Japan, South Korea, Australia & India.

        The biggest encouragement to China to take on Taiwan is the how the West not only view such things, but noting the confusion of the “western-educated-double-speak” that gets very little done, and more, repeatedly shooting themselves in the foot.

        For China it is ‘preparation meets opportunity’.
        How much will the West reaffirm that this is becoming an opportunistic time?

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        • That piece of water, does make invading, problematic!
          Even a field gun setup back some street, could make a dent in some ship coming in to port. Narrow field of fire yes, but ample cover from surrounding buildngs and any ship will not be going slow as they need to unload the army!

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        • Simpleton1
          “What an over the top reaction of blurb.”
          … invade either a) Australia or b) the USA. …

          That’s exactly the point the writer is making. Do you agree with the article the writer is referencing with regards to the logistics involved in an invasion of Taiwan by the Chinese PLA?

          His summation makes an interesting point…”For what it’s worth, the USA doesn’t have the ability to invade China either, despite its air and naval superiority. Hence the loss of its sole superpower status even if nuclear weapons are left out of the equation.

          This really isn’t that hard and requires nothing more than a modicum of military history and basic math. So please, just stop already.

          If you want to worry about something that is a genuine threat to the USA and its European satrapies, worry about China one-upping Russia by exiting the neoliberal economic order voluntarily without waiting for sanctions.”

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    • Typhoon season in Taiwan from July through to late September. China will have to wait a couple of months at least. The Taiwanese spies in coastal China will be monitoring the deployment of landing equipment and naval ships. The US will be watching via satellite. It will be impossible for the Chinese to mobilize without giving the game away.

      The Japanese government will be watching closely.

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    • The Chinese have a long 5000 year history and are not known for expanding their borders, unlike America. But they do remember Nanking, Unit 731, and who orchestrated the opium war. Talk to a Chinese. They get red hot when you bring up the Japanese. They are highly Nationalist. At some point they became National Socialists.

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        • I learnt Japanese for a while, as Australia worships money, and Japanese money flooded into Qld for a while. Learnt some katakana. Nothing wrong with pride in ethnos, or your people, your home. It’s how we survived, small tribes, since forever. If we gave preference to our own, over the other, we’d be far better off. In group preference is a brilliant strategy. The problem comes when that pride gets projected onto other nations, as conquest. I watched a Netflix show on a Chinese glass company setting up in America, and was reminded of how racist Chinese were.

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    • Scary – from Toko’s article:
      “We don’t yet know what all these structures are. We know what they are not, however: They are not simply clotted blood cells. If they were, then at the 1500x magnification shown in the last photo, above, we would be able to see individual blood cells. These are not blood cells, they are protein structures.

      Protein structures circulating in the blood like this, building up over time, are clearly being constructed by the body’s cells. The ribosomes in the cells instruct the body what proteins to construct. These ribosomes are hijacked by mRNA gene therapy injections, which overwrite new instructions to the cells, causing them to manufacture something other than human.

      I believe the structures you are seeing above are the result of mRNA protein synthesis instructions which have been injected into people under the false umbrella of “vaccines.” I welcome input from other experts who may have other theories or explanations of where this is coming from.”

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      • I welcome input from other experts who may have other theories or explanations of where this is coming from.

        Written like a true scientist. One who is not afraid to debate a situation on the basis of empirically observed data.

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  6. The Dow (despite only comprising 30 stocks, which change over time) would have to fall to 10,000 to get back to where it was before all the QE shenanigans in 2009 (all the liquidity pumping).

    It would be interesting to take the Dow set of 30 companies of 1980, 1990, 2000, and 2010 and see the different DJIA lines that they would produce over time. In March 2015, Apple Inc. replaced AT&T. From 2015 until the DJIA peak recently, Apple stock went from about $25 to $180, while that of AT&T went from $26 in 2015 to $22 at the recent peak. If the DJIA 30 stocks had not been shuffled and swapped out over time, the DJIA would have a much flatter appearance.
    I wonder who benefits from having the hot stocks (like Apple) inserted into the Dow? If things go sour, I guess they can pull out the duds and put some fresh ones in…

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  7. We know it’s starting to bite when our resident property cultists start openly muttering their various incantations and affirmations of faith.

    As someone who is not immune to evidence- I have modified my predictions based on empirical evidence. It appears the collapse may be worse than I predicted .

    This is great news and essential for our financial and societal health. 👍

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  8. Simone Gold sentenced to prison. Political corruption for all to see.

    “I have been sentenced to 60 days in a Federal Prison.
    As you know, January 6, 2021, started with my plan to speak at a rally with President Donald Trump. When that was canceled, a large crowd swept into the Capitol building after the doors were opened from the inside.
    Peacefully, I delivered my remarks peacefully from the Capitol rotunda.
    I am a victim of selective prosecution. I am being legally attacked for speaking the truth about COVID-19 and vaccines.
    I remain committed to activism for physicians’ free speech. As George Washington said, “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”

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  9. It’s Bi-Election time in Tauranga tomorrow.

    I note the scrawny weasel that is the Prime Minister has not had the decency to go to Tauranga to support Labour’s candidate, a Labour Cabinet Minister no less.

    What a fucking arsehole leader is Ardern who can not support one of her loyal team members in an election bid.

    But there again, today is Friday, so no work commitments for Ardern.

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  10. Auckland Mayor candidates Viv Beck and Leo Malloy, the ‘Big I Am’ 🤮

    AM interview
    Local elections 2022: Leo Molloy claims National Party offered to publicly endorse him for Auckland mayor as shock poll reveals he’s a frontrunner
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/06/local-elections-2022-leo-molloy-claims-national-party-offered-to-publicly-endorse-him-for-auckland-mayor-as-shock-poll-reveals-he-s-a-frontrunner.html

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  11. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/06/expert-expects-recession-will-hit-new-zealand-towards-end-of-the-year.html
    BNZ head of research Stephen Toplis says New Zealand could see a recession at the end of 2022 or early 2023.

    The tumultuous markets have seen thousands of dollars shaved off peoples KiwiSaver balances, in some cases literally overnight.

    “We’re just starting to feel the impact of rising interest rates, but those interest rates are going to keep going up. And it’s going to take a while for them to really flow right through the economy.”

    Toplis expects a recession in late 2022 or early 2023 when there are a couple of quarters of negative growth.

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    • a couple of quaters of negative growth. well stuff him we have had a few of them in the last couple of years. we survived with no thanks to the banks.

      does he consider that l;osing all the tourism and being locked up created a +ve GDP.
      The bastards mad.

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  12. This is how the Mad Queen’s wet dream of a health passport via smartphone apps pans out:

    ……”During the early months of the pandemic, the Chinese government developed a color-coded smartphone app to track the movement of people in its effort to control the spread of Covid-19 and implement its zero-Covid policy.”……

    ……”authorities in Zhengzhou…….were now using the required codes to restrict the movement of people upset because local banks had frozen their deposits………Hundreds of depositors who had lost access to their funds had planned to travel to Zhengzhou on Monday, only to find their health codes had suddenly turned red. This meant they couldn’t travel, and the protests fizzled.”……..

    …….”China Covid app overnight restricts residents who need the health code to enter buildings and shops, use public transport, or leave the city.””…….

    https://international.thenewslens.com/article/168350

    This is the world that the swamp creature, ably abetted by Alopecia Jesus is preparing for us.

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  13. Just back from two weeks in Vietnam, amazing to see the economic growth there, tv news is full of factories opening and new developments, unlike ours full of beneficiaries moaning for more handouts. No shortages in shops there as they manufacture nearly everything. While they move to becoming first world I see NZ going the opposite direction. Flight back to Melbourne on Vietnam airlines first class food and service, then Air NZ Melbourne to Auckland, a ladyboy steward/stewardess and service was only just ok.

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  14. Might start seeing some proper investigation of the Big Pfarma Pfraud when a few more Politicians family suddenly start waking up dead.

    Rep. Sean Casten’s 17-year-old daughter Gwen Casten died Monday morning, his office has announced.

    The Illinois Democrat’s office released a short statement saying the teen passed away but did not provide any further details.

    “This morning, Congressman Casten’s beloved daughter, Gwen (17), passed away,” Casten’s office said. “The Casten family requests privacy, and we will be issuing no further comment during this heartbreaking time.”

    Gwen died inside the family’s Downers Grove home, the Chicago Tribune reported, citing local police.

    Downers Grove police were called to respond to a report of an “unresponsive” 17-year-old girl at a home on the block where Casten lives just before 7 a.m. The girl was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the outlet.
    https://nypost.com/2022/06/14/rep-sean-castens-17-year-old-daughter-gwen-casten-dead/

    “As always, while we don’t know it was the vaxx, it was the vaxx.”

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  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be6eH9AFBB0
    Can Elon Musk end Twitter’s far-left bias?

    OutKick founder Clay Travis discusses Elon Musk’s first planned townhall with Twitter employees and his recent venture into politics.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t5PTn2IOQU
    Elon Musk says free speech is ‘essential’ in leaked town hall with Twitter staff

    Project Veritas has leaked the entire town hall Twitter ran for its staff to engage with their soon-to-be boss Elon Musk, who spoke about how free speech is “essential” and the platform can do a better job of “informing people about serious issues”.

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    • Its their job to sell the companies products. They do that really well. There is no monopoly at all as others can make or import product
      That they can’t comes down to competition.
      ACC have allowed plaster board other than Gib which is all it takes.
      Gib are tough competitors.

      Note that Bunnings and Carters could easily import container loads and ensure its use if they wanted to.

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  16. The collapse is well underway. Up in Auckland they are smashing into shops in broad daylight. People are throwing themselves off bridges.

    Was it worth it to boost house prices for a couple of years?

    I’ll ask again later. Bwaaaaahahahaha 😂

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  17. Money Money Money,
    It’s a rich man’s world!!
    ( Abba )
    It is the money changers who have been winning for the last 2022 years!
    We will survive because people need to eat ,drink ,wear clothes etc.
    Can’t eat computers bit coin etc.
    The human race will live on!

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  18. FFS, I’ve been riding M/CS since I was about 9 years old and have seen massive changes and owned a couple of dozen or more bikes in my life but was knocked over by the new norton 1200 that’s about to be released, not only will it be around $80,000 but its equipped with a reversing camera ,WTF ,the next high tech option will be a fucking steering wheel and 2 more road wheels ,FFFUUUCK.

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  19. Labour Party president Claire Szabó to stand down, won’t rule out running as an MP
    Labour Party president Claire Szabó will be standing down from her role in November and says she has not decided yet about standing for the party as an MP.

    Auckland-based Szabó was elected to the role in November 2019, coming in after former president Nigel Haworth resigned over the party’s handling of an investigation into allegations levelled at a staffer.

    Szabó, who was Labour’s candidate on the North Shore in 2014 and No 38 on the list that year, told the Herald on Friday she had decided not to seek re-election at the party’s conference in November. She will stay in the role until then.

    “It’s for a range of reasons. That will mark three years in the role, it’s been a big three years and I’ve done what I came to do. So I think it is a good time to step aside for the next president.”
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/labour-party-president-claire-szabo-to-stand-down-wont-rule-out-running-as-an-mp/6VPV6ZNL7RPONNOSKYSXFJWORE/
    That’ll be one nasty piece of garbage gone.

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  20. I wonder why??? ///////////

    Auckland principal says sickness among teachers is worst in 30-year career
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/06/auckland-principal-says-sickness-among-teachers-is-worst-in-30-year-career.html

    Teachers have claimed more than 183,000 paid sick days so far this year, that’s almost double compared to the same time period in 2019 at just over 95,000 days.

    To ensure classes have a teacher, schools have hired relief teachers for more than 177 thousand days, up again from 2019.

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  21. Labour coons at thier finest.

    Dear Sam Uffindell,

    The big day is near. And let’s drop all the pretence: you’re a dead cert.

    Winston Peters would sooner defect to the Green Party than you lose tomorrow’s Tauranga byelection.

    Labour, after all, hasn’t won the centre-right stronghold for 87 years.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/mike-munro-why-youll-fit-in-nationals-caucus-splendidly-sam/RN4IJ6NRI2LJCYQ763HS5V4DDY/

    Yours is a daft idea but sadly it sits well with National’s thinking about where gang control policy needs to go — thinking that is all about gestures and threats.

    So it looks like you’ll fit into the National caucus splendidly.

    And not just because you’re another Pākehā guy in a business suit.

    – Mike Munro is a former chief of staff for Jacinda Ardern and was chief press secretary for Helen Clark.

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  22. Some intersting stas. from the USA re carbon miles by method.

    Transporting cargo on American waters is more energy efficient than by rail or in trucks. Read how American Maritime is already leading the way in sustainable transportation and where more can be done!
    https://www.americanmaritimepartnership.com/sustainable…/

    https://scontent.fakl3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t39.30808-6/288546025_5270465139669096_2805125682513053710_n.png?_nc_cat=101&ccb=1-7&_nc_sid=730e14&_nc_ohc=tqICdkr0zC8AX8sUp48&tn=NlH29Y94FEqYKGhA&_nc_ht=scontent.fakl3-1.fna&oh=00_AT9PHqkqwOLyi9d70TPbdjNhm7Gf8FAibMEr992ylReI2A&oe=62B13D97

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  23. Nurses warn more people will die if health sector’s staffing crisis isn’t fixed
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/06/nurses-warn-more-people-will-die-if-health-sector-s-staffing-crisis-isn-t-fixed.html

    An investigation is underway after a woman died at Middlemore Hospital yesterday. She had left ED due to long wait times and later died.

    Middlemore patient David Walters is finally back home after collapsing on Tuesday from a suspected heart attack.

    He was rushed to Middlemore Hospital but spent more than a day in the ED waiting room.

    “It was at least 32 hours before I got a bed.”

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