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  1. Holy crap ,the black tracker Tedros has confirmed the monkey pox virus is a global concern, here we go again ,it appears the climate change, global warming, covid viruses numbered 1 to 100 and even New York City thrashing a very expensive TV add campaign about “preparing for a nuclear strike” (seriously) has had the 2 fingered salute from every thinking person on the planet so now it’s MONKEY POX,MONKEY POX,MONKEY POX,
    And this before the fuckwits at the WHO can even decide on a more PC name for the virus ,,,FFUUUCCKK.

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    • I hope Chloe who would like to be a Stamp Licker but can’t even get that right does take Jimmy Two Mums well paid job of ruining this once great country.

      Why.

      Well, it would help to make the Greens unelectable in the next election.

      An anti-semitic racist Maori (Davidson) as one Leader and the other Leader, Swarbrick (an entrepreneur according to Swarbrick’s Wikipedia page) who boasted about owning a couch as her sole asset while on a Parliamentarians salary should make a perfect pair to reduce the number of non thinkers who vote for the green Party. With this sort of mental capacity , the Greens are sure to slide further into irrelevancy, if they don’t this country is deeply fucked.

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    • ” NIH turned around and awarded Lesné a five-year grant to study … Alzheimer’s. That grant was awarded by Austin Yang, program director at the NIH’s National Institute on Aging. Yang also happens to be another of the co-authors on the 2006 paper.”
      When one reads that Pfizer spends more on lobbying than research and development in a given year the corruption is quite apparent.
      FJA

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    • Thanks for posting this Beorn. I have long been suspicious of the Amyloid plaque theory after reading about a group of elderly nuns who had donated their brains (after death) to research. They all had plaques and brain shrinkage but none had been suffering from dementia before their deaths.
      It seems to me that fraud is endemic in the medical/pharmaceutical industries. I wonder is they can come up with a vaccine against that?

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      • Gran had it before the psychopaths took over medicine and turned it into human farming. Her long term memories were fine. She was honest so her short term recollections were just variations of simple truths. A liar with Alzheimers would be screwed.

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  2. Rissole cynically ponders on this cold and wet Auckland Sunday morning, what FASCIST and CRIMINAL behaviour the pigs (formerly the highly respected NZ Police Force) are going to get up to today?

    Prosecute anti-government protestors?

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  3. https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/new-study-shows-ivermectin-can-reduce?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email
    I take Quercetin and haven’t had any flu,colds, or WuHu since my last Flu Injection in 2019, my last injection I will ever have.
    Looking at this, it appears Quercetin has same abilities to contain virus as Ivermectin, at 50 cents a day most probably the best move I made to protect myself from any virus.
    It maybe all bullshit but I am one of the very few still to get sick with one of the variants.

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    • I’m recovering from covid now, it lasted three days. I’m swearing by Quercetin/Zinc/Vitamin D as my fever was minimal compared to my partner and I’m proudly “unvaccinated”.
      Now I have antibodies FJA

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      • What I assume was covid only lasted about 3 days for both me and Mrs C. We also took the same products as you.
        I initially thought that is what made the difference but it may just be that the latest incarnation of omicron is a bit of a wimp.
        Though we also eat healthy and are not obese which likely also makes a difference.

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    • Wombatge
      Quercetin is a zinc ionnofor (sp?) just like ivermectin and HQC. Dr Zelenko said zinc was the bullet and any one of the 3 needed to be used as the gun. In other words as PAO a Curious have said you really need zinc and quercetin together. Dr Zelenko put quercetin into his protocol after the health nazi’s attacked invermectin and HQC.

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    • Similar self prescription, + with blue berries 🙂 + Vitamin C
      First morning headache, going to a runny nose, and a top of chest cold.
      Runny nose cleared up after a few days,

      Chest cold took a bit longer to shake, but easily liveable, and upping & spreading through out the day Vitamin C.
      I figure it changes & it is just me & my bronchial tubes. 🙂

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      • This is probably the wrong forum for this sort of question, Rach.

        The experts on this subject hang out on Labour and Green blogs.

        Here on YSB, the guys LOVE the ladies, and can’t stop themselves 🙂

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  4. A late 60’s male ( husband on wife’s friend) is in Christchurch Hospital this week, went to Timaru Hospital earlier for a heart check up and is being treated for Angina. They have been told it was viral damage caused from the vaccination.
    FJA

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    • I still have it in for Basset .
      He reformed local government and rationalised councils which may have been necessary to an extent.
      BUT in this once fine country we had many county councils that worked fine and had no debt.They had rural representatives and made decisions based on experience and knowledge of their rural areas.
      What Basset did was change all that and shifted the power to cities.City people now had the numbers to rule over the rural areas.Rural areas also paid a huge amount in rates .They now had less clout in decision making.
      In a country like NZ we have to recognise we are largely dependent on the land for our income and this should have been reflected in representation.
      Basset will probably argue against this but I blame him for the lack of rural representation on our councils and the exorbitant rates rural people have to pay.

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  5. Jimmy two Mums despite being a bonehead idiot has probably been closer to the green agenda than the old Maori kuia foul mouthed racist POS that’s running the numbers against him to get him booted out of leadership.
    Wonder WHAT will replace him ? the talent pool in that caucus is as deep as a carpark pothole .

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  6. One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he asked about his bill, and the barber replied, ‘I cannot accept money from you, I’m doing community service this week’ The florist was pleased and left the shop.
    When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a ‘thank you’ card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.
    Later, a cop comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his bill, the barber again replied, ‘I cannot accept money from you, I’m doing community service this week.’ The cop was happy and left the shop.
    The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a ‘thank you’ card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.
    Then a politician came in for a haircut, and when he went to pay his bill, the barber again replied, ‘I cannot accept money from you. I’m doing community service this week.’ The politician was very happy and left the shop.
    The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen politicians lined up waiting for a free haircut.
    And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it.
    As Robin Williams said: “Both politicians and diapers need to be changed. And for the same reason.”

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  7. Will 100 Million Die From the COVID Vax by 2028?
    BY Joseph Mercola TIMEJuly 16, 2022 PRINT

    Via this genetic engineering experiment, they’ve literally injected ‘seeds of demise’ into everyday people like a cockroach spray. Based on a 2011 estimate, he believes an extra 700 million will be killed from this bioweapon – and they’ve known about the risks since 2005.

    STORY AT-A-GLANCE

    David Martin, Ph.D., presents evidence that COVID-19 injections are not vaccines, but bioweapons that are being used as a form of genocide across the global population
    The spike protein that the COVID-19 shots manufacture is a known biologic agent of concern
    Martin believes the number that may die may have been revealed back in 2011, when the World Health Organization announced their “decade of vaccination”
    The objective for the decade of vaccination was a population reduction of 15% globally, which would be about 700 million people dead; in the U.S., this may amount to between 75 million and 100 million people dying from COVID-19 shots
    When asked what timeframe these people may die in, Martin suggested “there’s a lot of economic reasons why people hope that it’s between now and 2028”

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/will-100-million-die-from-the-covid-vax-by-2028_4602442.html?utm_source=top5noe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-07-23-one&utm_medium=email&est=PMa1ibNSFmZH9AxvNT%2BvDz%2Fj35QJSGuFKE0%2FvmMLUVibEY1bef%2BuPntdIoZeZzA%3D

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  8. Press Release:

    Mike Hunty, better known to his adoring fans by his nom de theatre “Brucey Woocey” has advised a temporary setback in finishing his latest gay blockbuster “Backdoor Leather Action, Issue 27”.

    Interviewed after his recent rectal repair surgery he advised that Noosa would again see his trademark pink jetski & leather chaps probably later in the year.

    Ends 🙂

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  9. I have a family member who has a degree in economics and who works at a senior management level in a bank.

    Economics has never been a strong point with me beyond the basics of not spending more than you can earn and certainly not getting deeply into debt for luxuries. So far this has kinda worked for me as I have run two small businesses and my wife and I are mortgage free. But as I say, I don’t really know much about ‘economic theory’, so I thought I’d find out a bit.

    Well. He said that money is created by the reserve bank which issues government bonds (essentially debt) out of thin air and this is what makes the economy tick. This is what ‘buys goods and services’. No mention of work. No mention of productivity. Apparently these things don’t really matter.

    ‘Too much money chasing too few goods and services’ seemed to be his explanation of the inflation that NZ is experiencing currently. When I asked how we as a country are going to earn a living with our tourism industry destroyed, our energy production castrated and our agriculture under threat from the ecofucks and SNA land grabbers, I was met with a kind of baffled shrug and the answer “well it’s happening all over the world and we’re no different, so it’s not a big deal, relatively speaking”.

    Apparently business is booming in the commercial banking sector and this guy deals in hundreds of millions of dollars, with ‘money flying out the door every day’. But when I asked him what kind of businesses he lends to (just generally, no specifics), it seems to be to cover increased costs of imported plant and machinery or higher distribution costs; nothing actually productive and nothing for export and very little which generates actual income through hard work or anything so grubby.

    I’m prepared to accept that I’m an economics illiterate. But in the whole conversation I didn’t hear anything from this guy which acknowledged the importance of productivity or the deep shit created by the havoc being wreaked on our tourism and food production – not to mention the suicidal dismantling of our energy sector.

    I came away thinking that I might have just had a glimpse into the dark mind of the globalist elite and the destructive effects of their poisonous tentacles. This guy is of course too small a player to be part of the global elite per se; but if he is representative of what they are doing to our country, then we are in very deep shit.

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    • This is a little clue;
      “cover increased costs of imported plant and machinery”
      As long as this plant and machinery are being used to produce goods for sale, especially for export, then it’s not all bad.

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    • Seems to be in on the Modern Monetary Theory,
      For laymen its then, Magic Money Tree.

      It seems to be a devious way of increasing the size and the role of government in economic activity
      The government ‘believes’ it can control price levels, provided they can meet consumer demand. …. yeah right …. so then they place the blame on Covid, whoops, Ukraine, whoops, international inflow,

      So government ‘believes’ inflation can be controlled and ‘will’ only be a blip. Like ignoring the funding into house prices.
      Be ware of more government controls, not only in interest rates, but using Local government bodies, increasing rates, fees, levies, more departments, for the community’s benefit & well being, as well as 3 Water Charges etc..

      The aim being to make costs like the rates, as much as a property would pay in interest, particularly upping the land value charges to unaccountable cents in the dollar to be paid.

      It is naturally contested & pressured by the investors, particularly the overseas investors & banks, that can seem very threatening, at a national political level; whilst they take their profits back overseas.

      Edit agree with Ed, in the “imported plant & machinery” that in part should improve productivity and aid GDP per capita

      Unfortunately many believe Ardern & Robbo, that GDP is the economy.
      That any decrease in GDP would cause problems so they helicopter money every where with no accountability

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    • Euro – Since the 2008 global economic collapse CAUSED BY INFLATED HOUSING COSTS governments have printed even more money to keep the economy going. And keep inflating house prices. Most money printing is done to issue debt to house buyers.

      Imbeciles actually think this is a good thing and see no problem with it. We need to kill them and soon.

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    • When I first bought my orchard the bank used to have xmas functions for clients. They were mainly farmers , growers and a few local business people.
      Producers.
      Now the same bank is only interested in people buying houses and housing investors.

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  10. An old D-Day vet begs to die. He suffers from constant pain, osteoporosis & heart problems while immobility confines him to an apartment in a Remuera retirement village. When the Death with Dignity Bill passed he was happy. Yet the loathsome Godnutters & control freaks efforts in gutting the bill have denied him the peace he seeks:

    ……”The law gives people with a terminal illness, that is likely to end their life within six months, the option of requesting assisted dying. But because Sanft’s condition won’t kill him, he is ineligible.”……

    ……”ACT leader David Seymour is Sanft’s local MP. He also sponsored the legislation – and explains it was watered down for political compromise.”…….

    I doubt that maledictions work any better than faith in invisible men in the sky but just in case I will die cursing every selfish, know-it-all religious nutter who worked ceaselessly to ensure sick old people must live on in agony.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/129306101/dday-vet-begs-to-die-life-is-just-absolutely-miserable

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        • Yeah it’ll be a hard one to time properly, but it’ll happen. I’ve watched family members, and friends, die long slow horrible deaths over the years and I’ll be fucked if I’m going to go down that road. My poor old Dad did 12 years in a resthome before he popped his clogs. His final few years were absolute misery for him, so much so that I often contemplated smothering him with a pillow, but I just couldnt do it. I made a pact with myself that I will not suffer like he did.

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          • I’m with you Brother. I ain’t going to leave it so long that I forget what I am to do, It will be off with me, gone, goodbye, no more.

            Bugger this being in a vegetative state with with a permanent wet patch in the front of may Daks and a grumpy Frau having to wipe my arse when she can be bothered. No sir.

            I enjoy being on the right side of the grass now, but there will come a time when said grass needs to be mown and I’ll have to do it.

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      • Damm difficult for the old fellow of such an age to be barred.
        A ninety year old has only a 10% chance of seeing another year and at 97 why should they not grant him easement out of his pain, and bring him peace.
        At that age I would think mathematically it could be shown he was with in 6 months of death, so euthanasia should be ratified.

        A few decades ago I had to really jump up & down & wrangle to have my old father be given an opiate, morphine for a broken hip. It took far too lone and very frustrating to get the Doctors to do the right things.
        Was good to see it work, and he & I knew then it would go to a peaceful end.

        In recent years my mother & I had talked it over, & worked out that if she had to go to hospital & figure it was close to an end run, she would keep on saying she was in pain, every time they came to do whatever, to a Doctor or nurse, whether or not she truly was, so that then the maximum pain depressant of opiate morphine would occur.
        I also supported that to ensure the Doctors would comply.

        Sort of funny as after a few days of doziness, after the morphine started, Mum perked up, & had all her wits about her, & to us family with no pain, for a few days, & knew her time was coming to an end.
        She still kept the show rolling only to the Doctors & nurses of “pain, pain” to keep increasing the morphine flow, which they did.

        The Doctor had told me her time was in a day, because she supposedly had a bad heart, but dear old Mum proved them wrong for the rest of the week.
        She stayed with things, then the last few days just slept away.
        I suspect he told me that, as the dose rate was probably set where it would have killed a horse.

        Now my Doctor has told me if I ended up in hospital and tested + to Covid, that he would ‘Remdesivir’ me and I know from those side effects like kidney shut-down, that leads to a flooding of the lungs, a slow desperate water boarding of the lungs.
        If that fails then the system is ok with the Doctors later going onto euthanize me.
        Why not start me on first and early treatment on Ivermectin, or HCQ+Zinc. protocols.

        Triage at an ED to include euthanasia would go better for the shortage of beds, & free up staff.
        Stop that annoying dying at home nonsense. 🙁

        These days I feel the pendulum has swung so quickly & far, and no way do I trust this medical tyranny.
        Those Doctors know how to bury their mistakes. and also cover for the medical autocracy. 🙁

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        • ……”Triage at an ED to include euthanasia would go better for the shortage of beds, & free up staff.”……

          With the waiting times for triage or any treatment at Masterton Hospital’s A&E the problem is sorting itself out.

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    • Original; “First the Came For” by Martin Niemöller (1892–1984)
      An Awareness, to awaken us to Action in New Zealand.

      First they came for the ‘border workers’ to be vaxxed
      and I did not speak out—
      because I was not a ‘border worker’

      Then they came for the health worker
      and I did not speak out—
      because I was not a health worker.

      Then they came for the army, navy & airforce men
      and I did not speak out—
      because I was not a army, navy & airforce men

      Then they came for the teachers,
      and I did not speak outm
      because I am not a teacher.

      Then they came for me to have a Vaxx-Health-Data Pass, code app —
      and so far the Wellington Protest stymied them,
      But is that enough?

      We are not Free!
      The “common good” and the Mandatory is still applied in the Health sector.
      Another round of vaxxes, and more info gained into vaxx passes.
      All to be ‘amped’ into AI logarithms for Global WEF-UN control
      So the Parliamentarians bide their time for now, awaiting another usable crises 🙁

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  11. Kea has gone to see Top Gun. The entire place is empty – all because no one is on time- because we do didn’t support the Nazis.

    The Kea party will introduce the death penalty for lateness.

    Edit: Two Karens just waddled in – wearing masks. No prize for guessing the Kea party penalty for that 😃

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  12. UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES (IF ONLY…)

    I found this on another page and think it’s too good not to share.

    Enjoy.

    ‘About 11am this morning I was walking round the waterfront by Te Papa admiring the views of the harbour when I noticed Jacinda Ardern ahead of me.
    She was casually wandering along minding her own business when a gust of wind came up and she lost her balance falling into the harbour.
    She was clearly struggling to stay above water and was calling for help saying she cant swim.
    Being a law abiding, responsible, community minded person with a conscience I did the right thing and informed the authorities, police, fire, ambulance, even the navy.
    It is now 4.30pm and still no emergency services have shown up, she has stopped struggling and is floating face down.
    I am appalled at the slow response and feel I have wasted four stamps’.

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  13. One week on from the all blacks blow arse, how many million cheaper will silver lake buy in now?
    I think that there will be arseholes twitching and sucking onto them comfy chairs!
    There will be a gigantic cleanout for sure!
    Board members as well as coaching staff. Gone!

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  14. Fb ain’t that intelligenyt is it. I got this.

    Suggested for you
    Jacinda Ardern Fan Club

    Like I’m her no 1 fan, really.

    so I tossed up to either report the post or nuke it. decided to nuke it.

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  15. I must have missed this earlier. Another coincidental SADS death?
    “A student at Canterbury’s Lincoln University was found dead in the halls of residence on Monday, the first day of the second semester. The university had its mid-year break from June 27 to July 15.
    The student’s death is not considered suspicious and will be referred to the coroner, a police spokesperson said. Police were unable to comment on how long she may have been dead before her body was found.”

    stuff.co.nz/national/129366964/stepfather-of-teen-found-dead-at-uni-hopes-family-of-lincoln-university-student-get-answers

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    • Tamaki is a Godnutter & the last person I would normally listen to but in this instance he’s got it right. From RoL’s link:

      ……”He also told those gathered that democracy died when politicians didn’t come out to face those who protested on Parliament’s front lawn earlier this year.

      “That’s the moment that we all should’ve hopped in our cars, taken your children for an experience and what you do when people try to control, interfere, intrude in your lives, gone down to Wellington and we should’ve committed a Sri Lanka on them,” Tamaki said”……

      And that is where the argument stands. The 120 gutless control freaks in Parliament & their paid goons denied Kiwis the right to protest against government dictates.

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