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  1. But it is gay pride (or so they say) pox, that second meme is warning enough to the gay guys. In saying that they did not stop the spread of HIVAIDS with abstemious behaviour, so guess Monkey Pox is ‘t going to stop them either.
    Waa Hoo it’s actually not raining at the moment must be the climate change or it could be actually winter weather.

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    • Very technical post by Geert vanden Bosche

      geert vanden bossche : Jul 25 07:53AM

      When opinions about viral infectiousness differ, it’s often due to the fact that the immunology involved is not sufficiently understood;
      The pathogenesis of viral infections is obviously not just a matter of viral dose or route of transmission!

      As I’ve pointed out on repeated occasions, glycosylated viruses that cause acute, self-limiting infections share the same universal CTL epitope targeted by MHC cl I-unrestricted cytotoxic CD8+ T cells (that have no memory). These CTLs are responsible for abrogating viral disease (in patients who recover). At this stage, more virulent SC-2 variants not only strengthen binding of infection-enhancing Abs to SC-2 (to prevent trans infection at the LRT) but also lead to enhanced activation of the above-mentioned CTLs, thereby enabling enhanced abrogation of viral disease and elimination of SC-2 infected cells. This is likely to be responsible for a high incidence rate of subclinical/ asymptomatic disease of not only SC-2 but also of other diseases caused by glycosylated viruses sharing this CTL epitope (e.g. MPV).
      This is the opposite of immune suppression! Hyper-activation of CTLs can still not prevent viral infection (and hence, immune escape goes on!) but it may accelerate abrogation of infection to an extent that the infection becomes largely asymptomatic.
      That’s why I am saying that highly vaccinated populations are now increasingly serving as an asymptomatic reservoir for MPV and potentially even for Avian Flu (which shares the same CTL epitope). Unless one thinks that these observations are pure coincidence and that it’s simply bad luck that all of a sudden MPV infections pop up in many different highly vaccinated countries at the same time! Only the immunology can connect the dots (see attached).

      In addition, since cell-based innate immune responses (NK cells) can be trained such as to rapidly recognize cells infected by ASLVI*- or ASLVD**-enabling glycosylated viruses (i.e., at an early stage of viral infection: before viral progeny is released from the infected cell), one can reasonably expect that the unvaccinated in highly vaccinated countries are now increasingly well protected against MPV too. However, in contrast to vaccinees, they do not serve as asymptomatic shedders because NK cells prevent productive infection (whereas previously mentioned CTLs don’t).

      *: acute self-limiting viral infection; **: acute, self-limiting viral disease

      Again, I strongly advise against using non-replicating, live attenuated smallpox vaccines to fight monkeypox for there is a serious risk that this could lead to Ab-dependent enhancement of infection upon subsequent exposure to MPV! Replicating live attenuated smallpox in the unvax’ed wouldn’t harm but there is a high likelihood that there won’t be any ‘vaccine take’ as SC-2 trained cell-based immunity would allow to eliminate the vaccine right away upon inoculation.
      Personally, I am not concerned about any pandemic other than the new SC-2 pandemic that is currently incubating…..

      Conclusion: As far as MPV in highly vaccinated countries is concerned, we’re not talking about introduction of this virus in an immunologically naïve population! Because MPV can definitely spread asymptomatically in highly vaccinated populations, it won’t be possible to control MPV the same way we managed smallpox pandemics in the past! But again, the MPV pandemic is just another side-effect of population-level immune disturbance in highly vaccinated populations. The real issue to bother about is the current evolution of SC-2 to become highly infectious and highly virulent in vaccinees….(of course, all this thanks to the insane mass vaccination program!)

      Citation from publication / link attached below:
      “Evidence of subclinical monkeypox infection is limited to a few immunological studies which found evidence of immunity against orthopoxviruses in asymptomatic individuals who were exposed to monkeypox cases.”
      “The existence of asymptomatic monkeypox infection indicates that the virus might be transmitted to close contacts in the absence of symptoms. Our findings suggest that identification and isolation of symptomatic individuals may not suffice to contain the outbreak.”

      Asymptomatic monkeypox virus infections among male sexual health clinic attendees in Belgium | medRxiv

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  2. Liquidation of leaky homes firm underlines need for public insurance scheme

    Government investigates better protection for home-owners, as a final building consultant goes to the wall leaving cash-strapped councils as ‘last man standing’ in weathertightness crisis

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/liquidation-of-leaky-homes-firm-underlines-need-for-public-insurance-scheme?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR14hKuKungVxES0vzYufEg8RIEgHJtnfvdGLedCnzhFPHmJX68avLIz6P4#Echobox=1658690192

    Of course it does nothing of the kind.
    It shows that the building industry and its partners in crime have managed so for to shift the reponsibiliity for the lack quality assurance of their work to the ratepayer and now they are suggesting to the taxpayer as well.

    Make a food product and the Quality issues including recalls etc. remain with you. Build a house and the ratepayer takes the risk of your faulty work.

    Is that how it should be?

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  3. “Confident in their ability to maintain low inflation, central banks in recent years
    began diverting resources to other topics such as climate change and inequality (and in the case of the RBNZ also embracing New Zealand’s indigenous history and culture and adopting a Māori world view in the operations of the central bank),” the report says.

    “Such issues bear little if any relationship to the reasons why central banks exist
    – ensuring price stability and financial stability.”

    Covid response: Central banks made ‘grievous’ mistakes says former RBNZ Governor Graeme Wheeler
    26 Jul, 2022 06:10 AM

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    • Absolutely right Mr Wheeler.
      Lobour , Orr and team are redistributing savings of hardworking NZ people, the aged and those on fixed incomes.
      This is just another of their methods of implementing the great reset.
      It is not a mistake ,it is deliberate!

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    • Ardern is only reflecting the views of a huge number of New Zealanders who are as thick as pig shit and lazier than sloths.

      Switched-on folk migrated to Australia generations ago now.

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      • BRG both my wife and I are sitting here wondering why the fuck we made the decision to come back to this, now shit hole country in 2016.

        We both must have had a mental breakdown at some stage prior to 2016 but didn’t recognise it.

        If you don’t think it is a shit hole, well it is soon to become one all assisted by your Local Council and Local Government New Zealand.

        And if you don’t think this country is fucked, read this including the last sentence.

        https://waateanews.com/2022/07/25/tiriti-to-fore-in-local-government-review/

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      • The Ancient Hooligan:—- If that goes through, then It would seem that one can declare the election is null & void.
        Then why should we then obey or comply with any authority based on Parliamentary law bought in after that.

        After all it is major interference in the law where no minor, that is under 18 year can sign a contract, and there are only some exceptions, that a court would up hold, that is seems to be the parents are the guarantor, in certain situations. 🙂
        https://legalvision.co.nz/commercial-contracts/sign-legal-contract/

        Can Child Commissioner Becroft explain why his minors can have name suppression, suppression of Charges, Suppression of the Courts Verdicts, Suppression of the Sentences. and still grant voters rights?

        I know waffle waffle of animal vege word soup.

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        • S1, interesting, from your post the law would have to be changed so that a Minor would have to have their legal age limit reduced from 18 to 16 to be legally entitled to vote. That would open a can of worms.

          I was asked some time ago to be the Campaign Manager (which I am doing) for a very well known gent who is standing as Mayor of the region I reside in. I will take this up with him as I am sure his opinion will be what fool came up with the idea of Minors with no financial interest or responsibility in the region, having an influence on how Rates are spent.

          As for Andrew Becroft having the mental ability to explain anything. This life long Trougher is on a par with Meng Foon, both Fuckwits of the First Order and Bar.

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          • In years past most 18 year olds would be out working and have a rudimentary understanding of living off the amount they earn. Now days 16 year olds who would take the time to vote are far more likely to be years away from finishing their education, entering the workforce and disentangling themselves from student support payments. How do they vote without any basic understanding of real world consequences?

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  4. I made a massive discovery this morning: apparently there are no women in heaven. The scripture has proof:

    Revelations 8:1 – When the Lamb opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour.

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  5. Economist Cameron Bagrie says businesses need to sort out their bankability
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/07/economist-cameron-bagrie-says-businesses-need-to-sort-out-their-bankability.html

    “The banking sector has been economically incentivised by the risk rates to lend a lot more into the housing market over the past three years particularly, but more like ten or 20 years,” he told AM co-host Ryan Bridge.

    Bagrie has called on banks to “wake up to a little bit to a bit of economic reality”.

    “So the banking sector has really shied away from the business sector and they have cut out a lot of staff that have got critical lending skills,” he told AM on Tuesday.

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  6. I see that New Conservatives have a revised Covid response plan out. Sounds pretty good to me.
    The policy is summed up in 12 words:
    “Respect freedom of choice, don’t discriminate, look after everybody, trust people.”
    NEW CONSERVATIVE COVID-19 RESPONSE POLICY (July 2022)
    VALUES
    Respect Freedom of Choice
    New Conservative supports the freely made decisions of individuals and families whether to get vaccinated or not.
    Don’t Discriminate
    There is no medical, scientific or ethical basis on which to discriminate against the unvaccinated.
    Look After Everybody
    Harms and risks to all parts of society must be taken into account when setting Covid-19 policy.
    Trust People
    Voluntary measures work better than coercion.
    POLICY
    – Scrap all remaining Covid-19 mandates, passports and border controls.
    – End the special nature of the Covid-19 vaccination programme. Vaccines should be administered on the recommendation of GPs, after consultation with their patients. Walk-in vaccination at pharmacies and clinics should cease.
    – Stop publicly funded advertising for Covid-19 vaccination.
    – Allow doctors to prescribe off-label drugs for the treatment of Covid-19 as they see fit.
    – Recognise, treat and compensate the vaccine-injured.
    – Reinstate public sector employees who have lost their jobs over Covid-19 employment mandates and encourage private sector employers to do the same.
    – Emphasise and promote general health (exercise, diet, stress management).
    – Review the Covid-19 vaccination and response programme in the light of all new information.
    New Conservative opposes any extension of eligibility for the Covid-19 vaccines (e.g. to children under 5)

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    • How radical can the Godaddled, know-it-all control-freaks get? /////

      They’re actually getting their heads around the concept & taking baby steps towards the goal of personal freedoms. Now let us see them use the same thought processes on ownership of women’s bodies & sick old people being forced to stay alive against their wishes.

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      • You dont have to be religous to have morals.

        In saying that i think its weak and gutless to hide behind religion for ones reasoning for being against something. If one truly believes it then they should have no problem speaking their mind and debating it without shuting it down by just saying its against their religion.

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        • ……”You dont have to be religous to have morals”……

          Can’t argue with that. You don’t need religious claptrap or a Skydaddy to be honest, successful, support individual freedom, bring up children to be worthwhile citizens or a thousand other things that make society a better place to live in.

          But if you want to force others to live according to your wishes then a churchful of like minded religious control freaks gives you the numbers to shove your standards down the throats of all & sundry.

          An individual believer is a pathetic nobody but like bikie gangs, militant unions & political insurgents when they form groups they gain power. As such they are spineless scum & deserve to be treated accordingly.

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          • The same is true with the racist
            part maori in the Maori party. Look
            at the garbage being foisted on to the
            public with their pretend ‘ancient ways’
            and language. Paid for by you, me and
            every other hard working New Zealander.

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            • It holds good for the pathetic transgenders & shirtlifters who want to make the alimentary canal a sex organ as well.

              My point is that organising a group to promote or oppose a course of action doesn’t mean that action is better or worse than any other. It just means that you found a like minded group of fuckwits to cheer each other on while finding safety in numbers.

              Nothing more & nothing less!

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            • Believe it or not RoL but I came from a nominally religious 1950’s upbringing & was sent to a church boarding school to round off the thought processing, the mind washing & complete the fitting of my square psyche into the obligatory round hole.

              Alas it wasn’t to be & at the tender age of 16 I was summarily expelled & wandered off into my future armed only with a School Cert pass of 207 & my soul terminally exposed to damnation. At no point have I felt the need for industrial quantities of guilt nor experienced an urge to submit to an unseen & unproven force supposedly greater than myself.

              As my adviser on matters ethereal & spiritual what advice can you offer this humble atheist? 🙂

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  7. Wow looks like I was wrong about the property market. Everyone is fired up. Just look at these headers:

    – super motivated vendor.

    – new price.

    – determined vendor.

    – must sell.

    – well below valuation.

    – will meet the market.

    🔥🤣🔥

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  8.  
     
     Jacinda is destroying NZ’s democracy
     
    This makes for sober reading.  It’s all factual and not opinion.
    We should all be very concerned.
    A compelling letter from a businessman.
     
    She is destroying Democracy.
     
    Dear Jacinda,
    When you became Labour Party leader, seven weeks before the 2017 election, you had been a little-known list MP.
    We now know that nine months before being elected to Parliament in 2008, you had become President of the International Union of Socialist Youth. The fact that instead of immediately resigning from that role after becoming an MP, you continued on as President for a further fifteen months, should have caused concern – especially after a video emerged showing you referring to conference attendees as “comrades” fifteen times in seven minutes.
    Being trusting people, we didn’t think that meant you were a communist.
    We saw the media fawning over your elevation to Party leader so enthusiastically that the term “Jacindamania” was coined. And we noted that these media cheerleaders gave you favourable coverage during the election campaign.
    In spite of that, Labour received 956,000 votes or 36.9 percent, while 1,152,000 New Zealanders – 44.4 percent – supported National.
    That result showed the country had overwhelmingly voted for conservatism and stability.
    But Winston Peters, holding the balance of power and ignoring the wishes of the majority of voters, anointed you as our 40th Prime Minister.
    Kiwis are fair-minded, and you were given the chance to prove yourself. But while you had great communication skills, and what appeared to be genuine empathy, it soon became clear that true to your hard line roots you intended to impose destructive socialist extremism onto New Zealand. 
    The first indication of your intention was your unilateral decision to ban new deep sea oil drilling to effectively close down New Zealand’s oil and gas industry. This was done without warning, without consultation, and without Cabinet approval, on the eve of your first overseas trip as Prime Minister – allegedly so you could look decisive on the world stage.
    We saw this again following the Christchurch terror attack – even though the perpetrator was a deranged foreigner, you cracked down on the rights of law-abiding Kiwi firearm owners without warning, consultation, or proper justification. Driven by a seemingly insatiable desire for international recognition, you appeared oblivious to the livelihoods and lifelong interests you were destroying.
    We then became concerned in 2019 to hear you tell a meeting hosted by Bill Gates, that without our knowledge, you were imposing the United Nations Agenda 2030 onto New Zealand: “My Government is doing something not many other countries have tried. We have incorporated the principles of the 2030 Agenda into our domestic policy-making in a way that we hope will drive system-level actions. I believe that the change in approach that we have adopted in New Zealand is needed at a global scale.”
    But while you were successfully embedding the UN’s socialist agenda into every regulation and law change, your election promises of building affordable housing, reducing homelessness, and eliminating child poverty were all turning into dismal failures.
    And even though the media had largely stuck by you, by the end of 2019 the growing discontent – especially within the business and farming sectors that were facing a tsunami of restrictive rules and regulations – was so widespread it was reflecting in the polls, indicating yours was likely to be a one-term government.
    That is until Covid-19 came along early in election year.
    Covid became a socialist leader’s dream. It enabled emergency measures curtailing freedom and liberty to be embedded into every facet of our lives – with minimal Parliamentary scrutiny.
    Under the guise of fighting Covid you hired a multi-million-dollar Rolls Royce communications team to provide you with expert advice: as long as you could keep fear of Covid top of mind right up to voting day, your re-election was assured.
    And that’s exactly what happened.
    Winning over 50 percent support from New Zealanders was a remarkable achievement.
    On election night you assured the country you would govern for ‘all’ Kiwis: “We will not take your support for granted. And I can promise you, we will be a party that governs for every New Zealander.”
    We wanted to believe you.
    But we now know, those words were a lie.
    The separatist agenda you unleashed is unprecedented in New Zealand’s history.
    We now know that you concealed the ‘He Puapua’ blueprint- to replace democracy with tribal rule – for 12 months prior to the election.
    That report reveals your plan is to introduce 50:50 co-governance, to give the Maori elite, who represent just 15 percent of the population, disproportionate power and unimaginable authority over the lives of the 85 percent of other New Zealanders.
    Why did you not tell us during the election campaign that you intended to transfer democratic power to an unelected and unaccountable tribal aristocracy so they can control New Zealand for their own benefit?
    Since you didn’t reveal those intentions before the election, you have no mandate from New Zealanders to replace democracy with tribal rule.
    And while you have denied ‘He Puapua’ is Labour Party policy, it’s clear that is another lie.
    New Zealanders are not stupid – we have read the He Puapua report and we can see that the laws you are now enacting are part of this agenda for tribal control.
    In health, when you realised that a Maori Health Authority with the right of veto over the entire health system couldn’t be established under the decentralised District Health Board model, without any consultation you announced that DHBs would be abolished. You have no mandate to replace community control of health with a centralised
    apartheid bureaucracy prioritising Maori over those with more serious medical needs.
    Putting race ahead of need is not the New Zealand way. It is shocking and callous. How can anyone with genuine empathy and a clear conscience possibly think it’s OK? And restructuring the entire health system during a pandemic is not only ideological madness, but it borders on being criminally reckless.
    In education you are allowing Maori extremists to dictate the curriculum and indoctrinate children with a worldview that denigrates our history and the people who helped build our nation.
    In local government, you abolished the democratic rights of local communities to reject plans to divide them by race. It seems clear that this was the first step towards the He Puapua goal of tribal control of local authorities.
    You have no mandate for your disastrous Three Waters proposal to give control of ratepayer-funded water infrastructure and services to the Maori tribal elite. Communities up and down the country are outraged at this blatant seizing of local assets – and the transfer of democratic control that will undoubtedly lead to the imposition of royalties to Maori whenever a Kiwi tap is turned on.
    And what about your plan to silence opponents through proposed hate speech laws? You did not seek a mandate to ‘criminalise’ someone for political views – such as criticising Labour politicians or Maori supremacists – yet that is what your draft law changes are proposing.
    Nor did you seek a mandate to effectively buy media support for your plan for tribal rule. You campaigned on funding the media, but you did not explain that the $55 million Public Interest Journalism Fund would be contingent on supporting the fabricated Maori ‘partnership’ claim that underpins He Puapua. In some countries, political leaders who attempt to unduly influence the media through taxpayer funding, are being accused of corruption.
    What hold does the tribal elite have over you? Why are you prepared to sacrifice the democratic rights of all New Zealanders, so they can have power? Kind people may think that you are simply naive and being duped by your Maori caucus. Others believe that creating disunity is part of your socialist DNA.
    When it comes to your management of Covid, we are now witnessing the loss of liberty on a scale unimaginable from a New Zealand Prime Minister.
    You have given yourself the authority to control our lives, even to the point of allowing police – or their ‘agents’ – to enter our homes and businesses without a warrant.
    Now, through vaccine mandates – that you promised before the election you would not introduce – you are dividing our nation and trampling over sacred civil liberties and democratic rights protected by the New Zealand Bill of Rights.
    In 1990, when Labour Prime Minister Geoffrey Palmer was introducing the Bill of Rights in Parliament, he explained that it was a safeguard to protect New Zealanders against the unbridled power of future governments: “It is unlikely that there will be a wholesale disregard of human rights in New Zealand in the foreseeable future, but… we cannot afford to wait until rights disappear before we take action, because it is too late by that stage. It is better to have a Bill of Rights when it is not needed than to not have one when it is needed.”
    Now, twenty-one years later, you are leading a government that is doing exactly what he believed would never happen in New Zealand – you arei stomping on the basic human rights of New Zealanders.
    This is not the New Zealand way – and it is not what voters thought they were getting when they gave you the responsibility of leading our country for the benefit of all.
    You have betrayed us, and we have lost trust in you and your Government.
    That’s why we don’t love you anymore, Jacinda – and why we want you to resign.
    Yours sincerely …
    Have a Great Night
    Craig Turner| Director| Sleepyhead Manufacturing Co. Ltd
     

     

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    • I think those comrades who come to ysb are aware of all of this and have opined about the situation for some time.
      Turner is obviously a smart kiwi but where he mentions the ‘balance of power’ I wonder if he is another who does not put enough emphasis on the MMP system that is largely responsible for New Zealands demise.
      It is likely we will always end up with a party holding the balance of power and unfortunately it could be the racist party or the green party .
      MMP gives too much power to a minor party.Tail wags the dog.
      Even now we have the huge influence of the Greens and two people, just two people from a race based party.
      It is National that has never grasped the way MMP works and could be charged with failing to represent the majority.They have always tried to manipulate with Act but stymie eg with New Conservatives (forget CC was there.The New Cons could have held the balance of power but National did not like that because they are born to rule.)
      It’s a strange answer to Turners piece but it is important to understand the ‘balance of power ‘ question.

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      • MMP has largely created the mess NZ now finds itself in.
        One party government is here ,National And Labour together.
        The vote is now meaningless,we cannot get rid of any politicians.Vote them out and and they remain either on the list or working for the party.
        Their influence remains supported by the faceless bureaucracy that picked them in the first place.
        MMP is incestuous!

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    • If the idiots had not made it so financially draining on schools to keep the school pools open, there maybe a hell of a lot more with the ability to swim and to understand basic water safety.
      These lefties never understand the basics of actions and consequences.

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    • Leofric@1251

      Drowning has been the ‘norm’ in NZ since the first days of European settlement to the extent that it was at one time called ‘The New Zealand Disease.

      It was to counter this that the ‘Powers that were’ decreed that New Zealand school children should be taught to swim and to that end started a programme of building swimming pools throughout the country.

      Time passed of course and such was the ‘success’ of the ‘teaching swimming in schools’ programme (ie, the number of drownings dropped considerably), that the bean counters and self-proclaimed ‘do-gooders’ decided that there was no further need to teach ‘swimming’ in schools and actively promoted the removal of swimming pools throughout the country for ‘Child safety’ reasons.

      Anyone (Teachers included) who thought that that was a very bad idea (and even when backed-up with statistical evidence proving their point) was of course pilloried as being reactionary and out of touch with reality.

      The results were, of course, totally predictable and now the drowning rate is once again rising with these self-same ‘do-gooders’ expressing shock and horror at the rise and calling for the re-introduction of swimming education within schools.

      They do not, of course, see that this is a direct consequence of their actions, so once again, the cycle commences…

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  9. Why would the UK Government install heart defibrillators in all UK schools all of a sudden? I believe they are installing large numbers around the streets in town and cities, as well.

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/156884

    The Aussie’s are panicking as well –sacking their leading medico for fertility research. I hope the guy goes public with his findings, in a big way. He has nothing to lose any more.

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/156910

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    • On the miscarriage thing ive noticed sone bizzare shit in our circle of friends and family. Multiple miscarriages but not only that but other weird anomolies ive never heard of eg. 2 we know that miscarried quite a ways through their pregnancies had tests carried out on the feotus and they had “no chromosomes”.
      Weve known a few to have miscarriages in the past and the odd defect but whats the chances all 4 women we know that are trying to concieve have all miscarried and 2 of them had no chromosome defects?
      1 is now pregnant again and due in a couple of months, she was a single jab recipient and fully blames the jab for her 1st miscarriage, another relative (mandated 3x jabbed teacher) has had 2 consecutive miscarriage one with no chromosome and has been told to stop trying to concieve for at least 1 year… the docs know damn well whats going on theyre just bought and paid for or too shit scared to speak up.

      We’re not going to know the full extent of this for decades maybe even several generations of breeding.

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  10. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/07/several-waikato-schools-plunged-into-lockdown-evacuated-by-police-after-threat-made.html

    Lytton High School in Gisborne posted on Facebook the school had been evacuated after a bomb threat was made. A person at the scene told Newshub at least a dozen police officers swarmed the school.

    “An alarm went off we’ve never heard before and we all got sent out to the field for half an hour. There are police everywhere, we’ve just been allowed home,” a 16-year-old Cambridge High student told Newshub.

    Meanwhile, Thames High School, Matamata Intermediate School and Firth Primary School were plunged into lockdown.

    Hipkins said these types of threats are very irresponsible and stressful.

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  11. We constantly hear about things the left is gonna do. People need to sober up. It’s not gonna happen. It has happened. The great reset, and extreme authoritarian rule, is here .

    Totalitarianism – you’re standing in it.

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    • Correct. The creature is putting the final touches
      in place to set up a police state, and to totally
      destroy the agriculture sector, and completely
      annihilate the economy.

      She is an evil, foul being. She hates this country.
      She hates people who refuse her dictates. She hates
      decent hard working folks who provide for themselves and others.
      They must be crushed. People are tired, frightened and just want
      to give up. This has been deliberate.

      The bitch wanted people in this state and condition.
      They resign themselves to oblivion.
      And she know that. There is no going back.

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  12. Is the Horse Faced Ardern in her place of work, Parliament, this afternoon?

    Well fuck me! This must be the first time she has turned up to her workplace in months.

    Useless scrawny Nag.

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  13. Something tells the belt way crowd have an avalanche rolling towards them, that might just wake them up , but probably too late for many of them. OK wishful thinking on my part and a bit of hyperbole.

    But I have just got an email from Peter Williams, in his roll as a board member of the Tax Payers Union, saying thanks for the support with their petition on the stop 3 waters campaign. The other day he was pleading for extra support to get over their 50,000 target. Everyone rallied and they got 68,661 by the cut off time –so about 20,000 in the last 24 or so hrs.

    This morning I read on the White Rose telegram channel that the The Platform had image on their FB page showing “images” of 9 of their recent interviews. The Dr Matt Sheldon interview had received 146,000 views. The next highest was 18,000.

    Those two snippets tell me the belt way have no idea want the public are really thinking.

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  14. Each one % the OCR jumps takes 1$Billion per year out of the Government coffers and the economy, to cover the extra interest on the public debt. It is said that the OCR must be set 2-3% above the Inflation Rate to bring inflation under control. OCR rates at 10% would take about $12 Billion out of NZ economy, to the creditors. There is too much debt. It will never be repaid.

    When the economy tanks, the great Reset wankers, will be sitting ready to implement Financial Communism, UBI, digital money. I think. Get ready, get local.

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  15. Even better – 8,634 people indicated they’d like to make an oral submission. At 5 minutes each, that’s 18 weeks of the Select Committee sitting full time to get through the submitters.

    I am emailing you today to say thank you for being a part of the fight to stop Three Waters.

    As you know, we were worried we wouldn’t hit our target of 50,000 submissions. But as it turned out, thanks to the last-minute flurry of support, we absolutely smashed it. The team has delivered 68,661 submissions by 65,091 New Zealanders* filed before the midnight Friday deadline. It was so many, it took more than 40 boxes of printed paper!

    Tomorrow the Select Committee will decide how to approach the submissions. We are calling on the Select Committee to do what the Taxpayers’ Union did: get on the road and visit/hear from the local communities Three Waters affects.

    If you add to our 65,000 the 15,000 submissions collated by the National Party, and the individual submitters, it is quite possible that more than 100,000 New Zealanders said “no” to Three Waters. It is an extraordinary response and one that emphatically tells the Government that New Zealanders oppose these expensive and undemocratic “reforms”.

    Robert, we could not fight this battle without you.

    While the Nanaia Mahuta uses taxpayers’ money to promote Three Waters and buy the support from groups like LGNZ, we’re winning hearts and minds with old-fashioned people power. Thank you for making this possible.
    We’ve sent the message, now we must force the Government to listen

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    • “8,634 people indicated they’d like to make an oral submission. At 5 minutes each, that’s 18 weeks of the Select Committee sitting full time to get through the submitters.”

      Bwhahahaha, thats fucking gold!!

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    • Wanker Williamson. Did away with life time
      drivers licences, and celebrated a law change
      enabling bum bandits and clam bangers to
      marry each other. Why do these useless irrelevant
      cunts keep seeking attention?

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  16. so some of the tough guys in league don’t want to wear rainbows. Who can blame them?

    Heather du Plessis-Allan: What an own goal from the Manly Sea Eagles
    Heather du Plessis-Allan: What an own goal from the Manly Sea Eagles

    Tue, 26 Jul 2022, 7:35pm

    Manly’s Sean Keppie, Kieran Foran and Reuben Garrick in the Sea Eagle’s Pride jersey. Photo / Manly Digital

    What an own goal from the Manly Sea Eagles.

    They’ve just apologized for a “significant mistake”

    The rugby league club decided to rebrand its jersey for this week’s game by adding some rainbow trim to celebrate inclusiveness and diversity.

    But seven players have refused to wear the jersey for religious reasons, which I’m assuming is Christianity.

    https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1192/#comment-258968

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  17. Failed Fozzy and his Auckland henchmen are stealing more and more Crusaders.
    On Stuff one player article was in some foreign language,so did not bother to get a translation.
    And a new young Canterbury prop. Also they have stolen the assistant forward coach..
    Surely the All Black management must be feeling embarrassed at this attempt to cover their own ineptitude!
    Would it not have been more simple to just appoint Scott Robertson and leave it to him?
    Oh and by the way the Robertson who weighed into the Manly league ( snigger) debate WAS NOT Scott!
    It was Grant of political infamy.and economic calamity!

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  18. Their once was a girl who liked toys
    They’d vibrate and make such a noise
    They fit tight in her slit
    And they’d massage her clit
    But she still preferred sex with the boys

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  19. That one thing that indicates without any doubt that our economy is in shit street is beginning to appear on a more regular basis.
    Advertising announcing “REDUCED PRICES AND NEVER BEFORE SEEN BARGAINS ON DOUBLE CAB UTES” ,,,,,,,oh fuck.

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