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  1. Nice graphics this morning.
    Remember if you can spread it around via tlelgram, or if you get away with it FB or any other place, that a picture is worth a thousand words.
    Smash her word soup with graphics.

    You can click right on the mouse )for us righty;s, Left for the lefties. copy picture or copy link and then post to telegram and then forward to other groups. On FB paste the pic ot the link and then share public.
    She might get ya on FB as they are still doing her bidding.

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  2. Viking, take a screen shot and email it to Everyone in your email address lists,.
    As our Country slips deeper into the 3rd world soup every fucking day half of the useless horseface Ardern cabinet are on holiday in Aussie for a week , I’m betting that scrawny unkempt CNUT of a prime minister won’t be in our Country for more than 14 days and the bastard will be gone again.
    Meanwhile our hospital system is close to total collapse (not an exaggeration) my family is so happy we got my Mrs into a private hospital for her hip transplant a couple of months ago or she would still be on severe pain for another 12 months, she’s a nurse and will be back at work in a couple of weeks.
    It was the best 35 K we ever spent but I’m as bitter as fuck about having to spend our hard earned retirement savings because of the position that bastard Ardern has got our health system in, the fucking communist bitch.

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  3. Australian Government Stops Pandemic Leave Payment Citing Ongoing Costs
    By Victoria Kelly-Clark
    July 1, 2022 Updated: July 1, 2022

    Australia’s Health Minister Mark Butler says the government has no plans to continue pandemic leave payments for individuals that must take time off work after contracting COVID-19.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/australian-government-stops-pandemic-leave-payment-citing-ongoing-costs_4570600.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-07-03&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=XqFbbh72gsCTAsByTdybrPUXCkS61WdZjMfQH%2Be4DvDbnUtuGrthzuXFwXZ8zd4%3D

    However, when asked if financially vulnerable Australians could be forced to work with while COVID-19 positive, Butler said he hoped not.

    “Well, we hope not, you know there will be orders for them not to,” he said.

    The health minister is also pushing for increased use of antiviral treatments for COVID-19 to alleviate stress on the hospital system.

    The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee has been tasked with reviewing the eligibility criteria for access to antiviral therapies.

    No mention of Ivermectin though.
    Arsewipes. frightened of P{hizer no doubt.

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      • IAASB ,Yeah and the frickin IRD are still pursuing me for $50,00 and they refuse to tell me why I owe it, there’s more chance of Kiwibuild becoming an overnight success than of me paying them .
        In fact I’m seriously thinking of withdrawing anymore tax monies for the wasteful clowns to distribute to noisy minorities..

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        • Send them a positive rat test then revvy//
          You just saved nz 700ish bux by being selfless and not claiming the free holiday money.

          If they took the covid payment away our case numbers would drop off big time. I know several meatworkers with the flu that couldnt get a rat to show positive and were going to have to use sick leave or go unpaid but one of their mates was positive and shoved half a dozen rats up his hooter and got them a sweet week off work on the taxpayer.

          One of wifeys mate has “had covid” twice yet never been sick, her sisters gave her a positive test to show employer to get the payment.

          Lots of fraud going on and zero accountability from anyone, the govt loves it because cases are going up just as a 4th shot is rolled out and as you said yesterday a new wave because no one gives a shit about monkeypox.

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  4. Met up with some friends yesterday, they had come back to New Zealand but still own an apartment in Sydney Australia. She had had surgery in Australia, in fact she said she felt she should stop saying to the Dr there was anything in the least wrong with her as she was sent for so many tests, X-rays and scans. They are going back again in another couple of weeks saying everything is better than here now. Especially the health system, it is streets ahead of New Zealand. Our health system is completely wrecked. You can’t even get an appointment with a doctor for a couple of weeks if you are lucky. Fortunately I got one in just a few days when I needed to. Never has New Zealand been in such a bad situation and its all thanks to the cabal of useless unionists teachers and fish and chip wrappers in parliament. Even David Seymour has gone to the other side, I thought we could count on him and his band of merry parliamentarians but they have all remained speechless apart from agreeing with everything their leader says as are all the rest of them. Not one single person speaks out for their constituents. FFFJA and all the rest.

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    • Jacinda= cunt
      Luxon = jacinda without hair
      Seymour = jacinda with one liners.

      Dosent matter who you vote for we always lose and they always win.
      Whens the last time you voted for a politician you actually liked? (Is there such a thing) all we get to do is vote for the one we hate least/ can tolerate.

      Seymours change was very quick and obvious, id love to know what happened to trigger it. Either someone dug dirt or someone delivered a suitcase of money but either way he exposed himself as a fraud

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  5. Prison vs. work
    IN PRISON……….you spend the majority of your time in a 10X10 cell.
    AT WORK…………you spend the majority of your time in an 8X8 cubicle.
    IN PRISON………you get three meals a day.
    AT WORK………..you get a break for one meal and you have to pay for it.
    IN PRISON……….you get time off for good behavior.
    AT WORK…………you get more work for good behavior.
    IN PRISON……….the guard locks and unlocks all the doors for you.
    AT WORK…………you’re often required to carry a security card and open all the doors yourself.
    IN PRISON……….you can watch TV and play games.
    AT WORK………..you get fired for watching TV and playing games.
    IN PRISON………you get your own toilet.
    AT WORK……….you share the toilet with some people who pee on the seat.
    IN PRISON……….they allow your family and friends to visit.
    AT WORK…………you’re not supposed to even speak to your family.
    IN PRISON………all expenses are paid by the taxpayers.
    AT WORK…………you pay all your expenses to get to work, and then they deduct taxes from your salary to pay for prisoners.
    IN PRISON……….you spend most of your life inside bars wanting to get out.
    AT WORK ………..you spend most of your time wanting to get out and go inside bars.
    IN PRISON .you must deal with sadistic wardens.
    AT WORK………..they’re called managers.

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        • Self employment: all the freedom of a wild bird, but all the while wondering where your next meal is going to come from.

          There is a reason while seagulls are lean and hungry. The same reason while many of the self-employed are also slim and opportunistic.

          Freedom is a double-edged sword, but the discipline and responsibility it brings has its advantages.

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          • The truth is, most businesses are 2 weeks away from cracking it and 2 weeks away from going broke. The strength of that business is then determined by how much money the directors choose to trow at it. Nobody should be allowed to enter parliament unless they have founded and run a successful enterprise for at least 5 years. That would pretty much wipe out Labour and the Greens. For the record, I started the business I currently own 18 years ago from scratch.

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        • Tarquin, I thank every day that we sold our successful business after 20 years before the clown car got to tighten the thumb screws on business any further. We predicted it would get much worse and it is. Timing is everything.

          We should all treasure our wonderful self-employed. You guys are the backbone of the economy. Best of luck for the future.

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          • No worries W.G, everything is fine here and I suppose we’ll sell it one day. A mate of mine always reckoned ” it doesn’t matter how much you buy or sell a business for it’s how you live while you’re running it.” We live pretty well and my biggest worry would be what to do all day if we ever sell up.

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  6. China and Russia are dominating the market for new nuclear reactors at a time when surging energy prices present a big new opportunity for the industry, the International Energy Agency (IEA) says.

    China and Russia built 87% of the nuclear reactors that started construction since 2017 while the United Kingdom, US, France and Canada accounted for just 10% combined, according to a new report by the IEA.

    “Advanced economies have lost market leadership, as 27 out of 31 reactors that started construction since 2017 are Russian or Chinese designs,” said executive director Faith Birol. “In today’s context of the global energy crisis, skyrocketing fossil fuel prices, energy security challenges and ambitious climate commitments, I believe nuclear power has a unique opportunity to stage a comeback,”

    https://www.asiafinancial.com/china-russia-dominate-nuclear-reactor-construction-iea-says?fbclid=IwAR2xiXRePNFOytxwRvp2OKwsG9cfai3-_vB4MruFthpKYdcH0cVOybx_swc

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  7. naaska was at the store earlier with his service dog.
    The lady in front of him at checkout had about $200 worth of toilet paper in her shopping cart.
    With an attitude she asked him what type of dog he had.
    He told her it was hisservice dog.
    Then she got real snarky and said, “I knew that. What type of service?”
    He said he was a BLD. By now he (the dof),was licking her face and hands being super friendly.
    She said, “what is a BLD?”
    He told her it stood for Butt Licking Dog.
    She said “Butt Licking Dog?”
    He said, “yeah, he has been trained to lick my butt clean because I can’t seem to be able to find toilet paper because of hoarders.”

    The cashier completely lost it.

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  8. Mathew Tutaki is wandering around the Rangitata River poaching Wood pidgeon to sell to the local Marae, when a cop catches him.
    The cop says “it’s illegal to poach wood pidgeon, they are an endangered species
    Tutaki says to the cop, No, this is my pet pidgeon. I bring him down here everyday and let him go flying around. He flies across the river and back.
    Bullshit! the officer replies. So Tutaki places the pidgeon on a tree branch and says, Watch this. The Pidgeon flys out and the two men are standing there waiting.
    Ten minutes go past and the cop says Well where’s the pidgeon?
    Tutaki replies What pidgeon?

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  9. Looks like one of V2’s tenants is on the move. From the classifieds:

    WANTED TO BUY

    Large quantity of rats, mice & bed bugs as my current rental agreement requires me to leave the flat in the condition it was when I moved in.

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    • Wise man said,
      Never have a house at the bottom of a hill,
      Never have a house on the side of a hill,
      Never have a house at the top of the hill,
      Watch out for floods, landslides, eruptions, Where ever you build!

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  10. They keep on pretending ;—

    Ilhan Omar got booed onstage at a concert featuring Somali singer Soldaan Seraar in Minnesota last night.
    People in the crowd chanted “Get out!” & shouted “Get the f*ck out of here!”.

    https://twitter.com/LeftismForU/status/1543546901424914432

    “All that happened is that some people did something”
    “Lets Go Ilhan” will be what is reported.

    In New Zealand, it has dawned on Dear Leader not to appear in a public place and the sycophants to be in the screen shot, have to be vouched for.
    FJA : Lets Go Jacinda. with your Matthew Tukakis, MahutaCorp, … etc..

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  11. Prince Charlie, has his own kiwibuild problems of his own!
    He decided to build 770 ECO houses of his own on land in a village, he obtained by bying a castle!
    Bugger all people agreed with him and it fell over with only 31 built!
    Charlie and twitford should get together and compare notes on how to waste money!
    By the way, what’s or where is the grinny ninny?
    Haven’t seen him for yonks!

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  12. ‘Ignoring something doesn’t make it go away’: Siouxsie Wiles warns COVID pandemic still exists…

    Quite right, you fat pink attention-seeker. We’ve been trying to ignore you for at least the last couple of years and you still haven’t fucked off.

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    • And that was only for 1 month.

      Just think what these Towel Heads and Goat Shaggers could do if they got their act together.

      Just watched a very good Norwegian Series on Netflix, “The Girl From Oslo”. It just shows how little these these Camel Jockeys value life and how appalling they care about people, especially non Muslims.

      “The Girl From Oslo’ is worth a watch and to remind you what a bunch of arseholes are these Towel Heads.

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  13. Meanwhile, over on $tuffed, the foul creature
    is in Melbourne. The horsefaced disaster looks
    like it has just crawled out of bed, ripped down
    the curtains and draped herself in them. Hasn’t
    bothered tidying her hair. Obviously taking fashion
    tips from Mahuta. Check out the third photo.
    3 Pies Woods has an Aussie doppelganger.

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  14. ‘Surreal’ – Gang members fight with weapons on Taupō street

    The manager of a children’s store on a busy Taupō street says it’s “surreal” having armed police patrolling outside after a gang brawl on Tuesday morning.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/07/05/surreal-gang-members-fight-with-weapons-on-taupo-street/

    Bonnie said it was “more of a scuffle” but “no real blows were thrown”.

    “It was quite surreal seeing the armed police on our street in our sleepy little town, very unusual,” she said.

    “There are a few police hanging around, but nothing else really to be seen here after they ran off when police arrived.”

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        • A lot of it is acting Sooty. I once watched half a dozen Mongrels vs a similar group of Black Power. It was the equivalent of a Rotorua haka for the Chinese tourists. All shouting & threats with an occasional one person advance then back to the ranks.

          But the cops had been alerted & with the sirens announcing their arrival it was all on. The heroes had held off until there was someone to step in & separate them. Their staunchness was proven & no-one was actually bruised.

          Probably wasn’t much different in Taupo.

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  15. A little bit of info about bitcoin.
    Whether Bitcoin is a good investment or not depends on who you ask. The currency can neither be debased through inflation nor can its transactions be censored by a central authority. To some of its holders, prices are almost irrelevant as long as these and other qualities are maintained.

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  16. An excellent bit of writing by Guy Hatchard and his daughter….
    https://hatchardreport.com/the-first-pandemic-war-highly-vaccinated-new-zealand-admits-it-is-losing-the-battle/
    “Biotech vaccines were the supposed defensive weapons, and the whole economic process was turned over to vaccine production and promotion. No expense was to be spared.

    In some countries, as in New Zealand, political parties closed ranks behind the war effort. Advertisements proclaimed your patriotic duty to get behind vaccination and still do.

    Everyone was called up for duty. If you were a conscientious objector, you were shunned. Human rights were suspended.

    War has its own forms of rational justification, but its effects are always horrific. Young men and women are sacrificed to conflict without qualms.”

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    • WW1 & WW2 saw the cream of the country’s youth recruited & sent off as canon fodder in a conflict which had nothing to do with us. Nothing that is except for a bunch of elderly control freaks whose loyalties lay to a place called “back home” 12,000 miles away & who propagandised the media to deliver the message to the unwashed.

      A hundred years have passed & we have learnt nothing. We still allow ourselves to be herded like sheep down a race by politicians rendered mad by the scent of absolute power.

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    • Short, fact-checked posts and videos on the health and well‑being of all New Zealanders.

      Another Stuff fact checking website, and funded by the govt.

      In this woke age, the moment someone claims to be the ‘only source of truth’ or ‘the whole truth’ or a ‘fact checker’, they are elevating themselves through self promotion as being experts above all else. Respect is earned, not demanded.

      From that site: The Mayo Clinic, a US-based non-profit providing health information, also says while the 8×8 rule is a reasonable goal, most people can stay healthy by just drinking water when they feel thirsty.

      During lockdown my mate’s elderly parents didn’t feel the need to drink water, and if neighbours hadn’t intervened, they would have died of dehydration. They were heavily dehydrated when rescued.

      From that site: It’s also important to keep in mind that drinking too much water can lead to its own problems, including hyponatremia or water intoxication.

      It is difficult to drink too much water by accident, but it can happen, usually as a result of over-hydrating during sporting events or intense training.
      https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318619#water-intoxication

      In fact it is extremely difficult to drink too much water except in endurance events.

      In today’s world with Caffeine, fizzy drinks, sports drinks, and all the marketed crap, the problem of not enough water is many many times greater than too much water. In fact lower than required hydration leads to low SPo2 (oxygen) levels. And WHO, in the very early stages of Covid issued a statement along with other statements that “Drinking water will not help you.” A low SPo2 (oxygen) level is one of the common symptoms of Covid.

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    • leofric@1228

      it was an interesting read (Thank you) until I noticed that they are receiving ‘…Funding from NZ On Air’s Public Interest Journalism Fund’ and a reference to Stuff’s ‘Standards of Ethics’ , at which point I decided I had other things to do.

      I doubt that the ‘bright young things’ who are apparently running the show even realise the irony (Or know the meaning of the word)..

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  17. Has there been a new ramping up of the fear porn on the TV I wonder? Just been in to town and the mask nutters are out in force. In Pack n Save I was the only person not wearing a mask. What is wrong with these idiots?

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  18. Big bucks Zelinski expects the world to pay

    Ukraine lays out $1.2 trillion ‘recovery plan’ for postwar future

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Tuesday the reconstruction of his war-battered country is the “common task of the entire democratic world”, as his prime minister laid out a US$750 billion (NZ$1.2 trillion) recovery plan once the guns of Russia’s invaders fall silent one day.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/07/05/ukraine-lays-out-12-trillion-recovery-plan-for-postwar-future/

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      • The stinking mass murdering war criminal, Obama, paid them billions in return for the neo Nazi movement staging a coup against the democratically elected leader.

        That was the beginning of the current troubles.

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    • Well ⅔ of ukraine will belong to russia so theres 500billion they wont have to worry about, with any luck zelensky will be slaughtered aswell and someone with a brain will be in charge and not be so pathetic as to blame the world and try make them pay…. the bills now at zero.

      Besides the whole western world is currently paying for it with mega fuel costs imposed on us by potato biden.

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  19. “Bicycle is the slow death of the planet.”
    A banker made the economists think this when he said:
    “A cyclist is a disaster for the country’s economy: he doesn’t buy cars and doesn’t borrow money to buy. He don’t pay insurance policies. Don’t buy fuel, don’t pay to have the car serviced, and no repairs needed. He doesn’t use paid parking. Doesn’t cause any major accidents. No need for multi-lane highways.
    He is not getting obese.
    Healthy people are not necessary or useful to the economy. They are not buying the medicine. They dont go to hospitals or doctors.
    They add nothing to the country’s GDP.
    “On the contrary, each new McDonald’s store creates at least 30 jobs—actually 10 cardiologists, 10 dentists, 10 dietitians and nutritionists—obviously as well as the people who work in the store itself.”
    Choose wisely: a bike or a McDonald’s? It’s something to think about.
    ~ Emeric Sillo
    PS: walking is even worse. Pedestrians don’t even buy a bicycle!
    *Posted by Jessica Maria Dwyer on Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessdwyer/)

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  20. Aussie is getting some much needed rain and the left is running around hysterically telling us the worlds ending and only totalitarian communism can save us.

    This is what happens when you let women vote.

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    • Well who approved the process? The dishonest, sniveling coward, Ardern did.

      But she does not want to front up to anything.

      She just wants to stay on holiday in Australia, doing nothing and have you pay for it.

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  21. …….”Transpower is warning that New Zealand needs to bump up electricity generation between 5pm and 7pm tonight to avoid power grid problems.”……

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/transpower-warns-of-grid-problems-if-the-situation-worsens/44QYMZIKLTNXZW2FXAAQI7OWNY/

    If anyone experiences a power outage to night it’s time to advance on parliament with pitchforks & ropes. We don’t have a shortage of opportunity to produce electricity in this country.

    Just a pack of Green, virtue signalling politicians making stupid decisions.

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  22. Barrie Saunders.
    “If the Government gets its way, around $100 billion of community owned three waters assets, will be effectively nationalised. They will be placed in the hands of the most convoluted monopoly structure I have seen, with iwi leaders substantially in the drivers’ seat.
    One might have thought a transaction of this scale would have attracted the attention of our business journalists, capable of going beyond the so called co-governance aspect.
    Are property rights too boring for business journalists these days to matter?
    I read the serious media including the NZ Herald and Business Desk, but as yet have not seen any articles, which dealt with the relevant elements.
    I have read articles by political journalists looking at it all from a political angle, and swiping anyone who might question governance arrangements as racist or dog whistling.
    I may have missed it, but I have not seen anything in mainstream or business media that thoroughly dissects the case for nationalisation and whether the extraordinarily complex arrangements embodied in the proposal, will deliver the benefits claimed.

    This is seriously important for everyone, so why have mainstream media not allocated a significant journalistic resource to it?
    After living in a few other countries, I came back to NZ, in part because I thought it was a quality democracy, and also because it had a free media, albeit one not as sophisticated or as well resourced as that in Australia, the UK, Canada and the US.
    While our Governments can swing from left to right and the media rolls with it, I never predicted our mainstream media would turn a blind eye to assaults on the quality of our democracy, including the conflict of interest issues around the Mahuta family.
    There are some who think journalists have been bought off by government money. That will be true for some cases but I suspect it’s more likely they are either happy to ride along with the proposals, or are simply too scared of the critics, to engage in this important issue.

    Either way it reflects very badly on our business media and leader writers. When I compare the risks take by war journalists and those who live in authoritarian countries such as Russia and Hungary, I know where courageous journalists live. It is not New Zealand.
    It’s not too late guys. Just read the Bill and look at what some non mainstream media is publishing.
    These are key questions to ask:

    Are the three waters operations across the country so uniformly bad, wholesale state control is justified?

    How should local authorities be compensated for their loss of property rights?

    If there is to be forced aggregation is four entities the right number, or should it be more like ten to allow some natural groupings to form?

    Why are they not based regional council boundaries and why is Gisborne lumped in with Wellington and Nelson?

    How can captive customers ensure the new entities are not typical flabby monopolies that gold plate their systems?

    Why should iwi have a dominant governance position of assets created by communities since 1840?

    Could the new system lead to the entities paying iwi royalties for water which originally comes from the skies?”

    About Barrie Saunders: For 25 years I was a Government Relations consultant retiring from Saunders Unsworth in 2015. Earlier work included journalism in New Zealand, Australia and the UK, public relations roles in Parliament, manufacturing and the meat industry – also in the late 1980s the North American Director of the NZ Meat Producers Board based in New York. I was President of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce 2000-2002 and was Chairman of the NZ Taxpayers Union from 2018 until March 2021.

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  23. An “unrepentant, life-long member of the Mongrel Mob” who punched his pregnant partner unconscious has been handed a get out of jail card – but it comes with a condition.

    James Meha Te Ruruku Elkington, who has 16 children and now 13 family harm incidents next to his name since September 2020, must sign up to rehabilitation programmes aimed at getting his life back on track.

    The 49-year-old appeared for sentence today, having admitted a charge in February of assault with intent to injure in relation to an attack on his partner..

    “You have 16 children – perhaps about to be 17, and you also have moko (mokopuna). You started life in what seemed to be a very happy environment.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/mongrel-mob-member-offered-get-out-of-jail-card/TICUNYD4ZDDVDNVB4M3XCQK6TM/

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  24. “It’s nothing to do with what you pay. It used to be in the hoki season 90 per cent of workers would have been on working visas. Last year we got more New Zealanders and a few still in the country on working visas. This year there’s very few of either category.

    “We’ve been short of people for the last 18 to 20 months. We normally recruit about 450 people, last year we got about 300.

    “This year we’re looking at maybe 150, so we’re 300 workers short.”

    Sealord’s SoS to office staff for factory floor as labour crisis hits hoki season
    5 Jul, 2022 05:38 PM

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/sealords-sos-to-office-staff-for-factory-floor-as-labour-crisis-hits-hoki-season/ZRJVSRTBCOOQNT5OGTGV5SW5BI/

    some of you retired old buggers could fill in here. Even Kea could try his hand.

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    • ……”It’s nothing to do with what you pay”…….

      This has probably been buried by now but I can’t let it pass unchallenged. Of course it matters what you pay.

      I often, out of sheer boredom, help out at my son’s agricultural contracting business gratis. I get free meat as he owns a small block plus fill the tank on the Land Cruiser but that’s it. Earlier on this year one of his mates was desperate for a dozer driver for a small contract. I was offered $50/hr & told him to stick it. Ended up doing three half days for $80/hr & he paid like a lamb.

      Only paid work I’ve done since I retired because I don’t need the money. Get it straight. Real people with skills don’t work for shit!

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  25. Hilarious, do these brain dead morons actually believe that to be the reason?
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/health/300629118/second-booster-uptake-slow-but-theres-a-very-good-reason-for-that

    Still there was over 8.5k dedicated sheep yesterday that rushed in to get a top up of bill gates super juice. Please please please be effective and put them in a grave, our country has enough stupidity without the covidiots

    The moh website is too pussy to give the second booster its own category and lumping the stats in with 1st booster in an attempt to make stats look better. I should screenshot and compare next week if theyre also increasing the “% of population boosted”.

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  26. 1. Flood the housing market with billions in debt to enslave buyers and jack up prices to record levels.

    2. Then increase the cost of renting money.

    3. See inflation head to the moon from the money printing.

    3. Lower the rent 0.03% and claim it’s another housing boom.

    Bwaaaaahahahaha 🤪

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  27. Play stupid games, win darwin awards…
    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/tiktok-sued-after-two-young-girls-die-trying-to-go-viral-with-blackout-challenge/ar-AAZceGF?cvid=085672b8f8a64acc97866c9516cf205a

    Yup lets give kids devices and full unsupervised access to the internet, what could possibly go wrong//
    Honestly its a bloody miracle if a kid nowadays makes it to 20yrs old alive and emotionally/mentally unharmed.
    Im glad i grew up without all that bullshit, playstation etc done enough damage to many my age and there was enough schoolyard drama and bullying without any cellphones to add fuel to the fire.

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  28. “Keep in mind, we have really important rules at the orange setting that are there to protect us. Having just come from Europe, also recently the United States, even being here in Australia, I can tell you that New Zealand is still using measures many other countries don’t.”

    The fucking bitch says that like it’s a good thing.

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  29. If it’s cheaper to buy than rent then why doesn’t the government buy houses for the long term beneficiaries?

    Why keep paying Mikey?

    Why does nothing in the housing market make sense or reflect a free market?

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    • Owner occupier maintanence bills are nowhere near as horrific as trying to maintain a dwelling inhabbited by the feral scum theyre putting in motels.

      You could house that scum in a solid cave and theyd still manage to put holes in the wall and trash the place.

      Personally id like to see zero govt intervention/ assistance for housing. Zero bene altogether would be even better but you softy socialists cant handle that thought.
      These are people that their own families have turned their backs on and refuse to take in, let em sink or swim. Cindy saved 80k so even if 50k die we’re still in credit.

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  30. No doubt I’m late to the news, but I nearly coughed in my cuppa tonight when I read that Red Radio’s top hori journo munches Kiri Allan’s carpet. I’ve got to find a way of stopping my business partner from listening to that shitty government organ.

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    • Oh dear, golly gosh! What rock have NZ rowing been under?
      Even our PM has been trapzing around Europe, sans mask!
      Daniel Vitara 1news hasnt had a mask on for months!
      Wankers the lot of them!

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  31. Very lucrative being a NZ clown car consultant. $180b! How much of that goes to iwi?

    Three Waters contractor and consultant costs swell

    The amount being spent on contractors and consultants on the controversial Three Waters infrastructure programme is now sitting at more than $26 million.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/07/05/three-waters-contractor-and-consultant-costs-swell/

    The Government estimates up to $180 billion may need to be spent over the next 30 years upgrading the country’s drinking water, waste and stormwater infrastructure.

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    • Its a sneaky way of spending alot more money during their time. What other nz govt has blown or commited 300billion in less then 5 years?

      The hangover from 6 years of cindys govt is going to be astronomical.

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