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  1. Trillions of dollars invested by the CCP over the past decade to break the Chinese reliance on having to purchase computer chips and technologies from international markets is about to implode in the same way as Evergrande has for the housing market in that rathole of a Country.
    The entire two dozen of the top officials in charge of the project have been detained and as usual some of them have disappeared completely, Oh dear..

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  2. Fed up??? Feed it back! ! !
    Will she do it?

    Harriet Hageman @HagemanforWY
    Wyoming candidate challenger for Liz Cheney’s congressional seat.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1555318064274628618
    2 mins 18 secs :

    Here she is based.
    She speaks much of our language. 🙂

    The Truth About Liz Cheney & the Jan 6th Commission | Harriet Hageman | POLITICS | Rubin Report
    https://youtu.be/bhIl3XXVDQM
    42 mins : March 2022 : The Rubin Report.

    Click through the “Show More” to get a precis of what she is about.
    She knows & really gets into the nitty gritty of those topics.

    To compare the “Freedom to Succeed”. then there is the:—
    “Regulation without representation,”

    Though based on the USA political understanding of governmental powers, it helps with our awareness, deeper understanding of how & where our Ardern Government riding rough shod over many of us.
    How they have “subsumed with in themselves all decision making ….. to fit their narrative.”
    Rubin asks a question and she immediately gives a good articulate, intelligent, with commonsense answer.

    Could we get her to take a break in the New Year here in New Zealand?
    Interview with Sean Plunkett, The Platform.
    Meet up with Matt King. DemocracyNZ

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    • It was a really uplifting experience to be there. The gathering in the domain was like a market day with stalls and ‘Kiwi activities’ like tug-o-war, a pie eating competition, food trucks and a main stage with the MC doing fun stuff for kids.

      I was on my bike and I was able to scoot around looking from different vantage points. The ‘opposition demonstration’ consisted of a few people (100?) up on the hill near the museum and they were pretty insignificant compared to the Freedom gathering; mainly poofs and alphabet people in fancy costumes protesting against Brian Tamaki being a man of morals. The MSM reported later that there was some verbal aggro at one point between them and us – but I didn’t see anything like that personally when I went up to have a look.

      Brian Tamaki spoke and I have to say he was an extremely dynamic speaker and he made strong points about the evil Ardern government and the gutless opposition. The crowd recieved him really well and his message was that Ardern is the worst government in our history and the opposition parties are just as bad. The whole lot of them are literally destroying our country and they have to go. Brian compared our restricted and masked society to the relatively normal Australia where he has just come back from.

      Throughout the whole event families were referred to as families (not whanau), New Zealand was referred to by its correct name (not Aotearoa) and, although there were a few Maori flags, the vast majority were NZ flags (with some flying upside down to signal distress). It was great to see all the whites and Maoris (and others) mingling together with the common aim of fighting for Kiwi freedom!

      Then we marched out of the Domain, past the hospital, over Grafton Bridge, up Symonds St and back to the Domain via Khyber Pass Rd.

      The mood was, I would say, peaceful but very determined and all the people I spoke to shared a common realisation that NZ is at a crisis point and we have to somehow reclaim our country before it’s too late.

      The cops I spoke to seemed pretty laid back and all quite young. They were all masked, but I didn’t detect any aggro and a couple of them who I talked to said they supported people’s right to peaceful protest. I would say that TFRC’s message of peacefully protesting had got through in setting the tone.

      I would second Saggy’s comment about the numbers being a little disappointing (compared with others I have attended), but there’s no doubt that The Freedom and Rights Coalition are doing vital work. It’s hard to estimate crowd numbers, but I would say there were around 2000 people who marched. I might be wrong.

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      • Thank you Eurokiwi for the report and attending.

        It is good to hear, even if it at this stage, it is keeping the embers glowing, a place where people can inquire, a repository of some information, links, knowledge, contacts, for some who may seriously have doubts about the Ardern regime.
        What will activate them, who really knows. Probably when it affects them in a way they relate too.

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  3. Rain in Auckland.

    A good day for my Egyptian hieroglyphics study (8 week course). I spend about an hour a day on this sort of thing.

    Improves the mind, old chap.

    𓏞

    The sign for ‘scribe’ includes a drawing of a reed, a pot of ink and a scroll of papyrus.

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  4. For your secular sermon this Sunday morning. 🙂

    “In Defence of Democracy”

    Elizabeth Rata speaks at the Real Change Event 2022
    https://youtu.be/zuQ2wByHerE
    26 mins 27secs : July 24, 2022

    Elizabeth Rata joined us at the Real Change Event 2022 to share her research into democracy and tribalism.

    The full transcript here:—
    https://blog.elizabethrata.com/2022/07/24/in-defence-of-democracy/

    The 1840 Treaty of Waitangi …
    …. One aim – shared by British and Maori signatories alike – was to establish the rule of law by imposing British sovereignty through British governance.
    Sovereignty and governance go together as two sides of the same coin – with intertwined meaning.
    In the decades which followed, the treaty lost relevance in the new colonial society.
    This is the case with all historical treaties. ….

    ….. given a ‘spirit’ to take it above and beyond its historical location so that it could mean whatever retribalists say it means. ….

    ….. It is the collapse of the separation between the economic and political spheres.
    The separation of the economic from the political is absolutely essential for democracy.
    When economic interests and political ambitions are merged there is no accountability to the people – ….

    …. The corporate tribes have already acquired considerable governance entitlements –
    the next and final step is tribal sovereignty.
    It’s a coup d’etat in all but name, accomplished not by force but by ideology –
    enabled by a compliant media. …

    There is much more & well worth reading.

    It is the NZ customized view of what Harriet Hageman talks about “Regulation without representation,” in my above link to the Rubin Report, and how the power is changed in the Constitutional levers.
    Another coup against “Democracy” on the same track.

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  5. as an ex SAFFA with Irish heritage I am loving the progress the All Blacks are making….

    But how the fuck tjhe coach can say this is beyond me!

    “I think in many ways, it was probably our best performance of the year,” he told Sky Sport after the test.

    Losing is the best performance of the year??????????

    Probably should be dropped into Ukraine to advise Zelensky….

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    • Thats an awsome prank.
      You can easily tell at first glance something isnt right but just goes to show if a person with a title or authority tells porkies the masses swallow it without question.

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  6. A kiss between two princes has made Royal New Zealand Ballet history in the company’s production of Cinderella.

    It’s crazy to think we haven’t had a queer love story like this in ballet,” says Royal New Zealand Ballet (RNZB) dancer Joshua Guillemot-Rodgerson, who plays the show’s titular prince charming.

    He says LGBTTQIA+ relationships are being represented on television and other theatre formats but have been missing from the main stage of traditional ballet.

    “Ballet is so rooted in tradition and so I think it is about time,” he told 1News.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/08/04/same-sex-love-story-makes-ballet-debut-in-cinderella/?fbclid=IwAR1NlQYwePusA00YG77qjNSqV6WsS-LYeqelk0l7q80lBhV0–Fsgsiw7ys

    The RNZB production pushes the boundaries of the traditional Cinderella storyline, following the love story between Prince Charming and Prince Dashing.

    All on the taxpayer dime.
    Hopefully it will flop

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      • No Sooty, not more surveillance !
        Freedom of Choice of how the citizen should respond.

        The OK Corral was where the boils of a number of issues came to a head.
        Some great citizens that had freedom of choice! in the popular concept that was dubbed a wild west.
        It was much more complex, with corruption, politics, media, new controlling regulations, thieving, rustling, horse theft, bullion stage coach hold ups, that built the tension, and took much more longer to put to rest.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunfight_at_the_O.K._Corral

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  7. I see the Nats. have announced the appointment of another Auckland puppet toChair the national Party.

    The new president was announced at the National Party’s annual conference – taking place in Christchurch.

    Wood, who occupied a board seat on the existing board, has a background in employment relations and is based in Auckland.

    The new president said the party needed to have an “obsessive” focus on the party vote going into next year’s general election.

    “Thank you to the board and to Christopher for entrusting me with the role of president for this next chapter,” she said. “We must be focused on 23 and absolutely determined to win. I am very confident we are.”

    “We must take nothing for granted because there is too much at stake… our children are relying on us.”

    Wood will serve as the party’s 18th president after the retirement of longstanding president Peter Goodfellow in June.

    She was elected unanimously by the party’s board.

    The new president was announced at the National Party’s annual conference – taking place in Christchurch.

    Wood, who occupied a board seat on the existing board, has a background in employment relations and is based in Auckland.

    The new president said the party needed to have an “obsessive” focus on the party vote going into next year’s general election.

    “Thank you to the board and to Christopher for entrusting me with the role of president for this next chapter,” she said. “We must be focused on 23 and absolutely determined to win. I am very confident we are.”

    “We must take nothing for granted because there is too much at stake… our children are relying on us.”

    Wood will serve as the party’s 18th president after the retirement of longstanding president Peter Goodfellow in June.

    She was elected unanimously by the party’s board.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/08/07/sylvia-wood-elected-as-nationals-new-party-president/

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  8. Now the systemic calls by academia. medicos, media, claim they always had doubts. ….. Yeah right …..
    You controlling murderous scum, that are looking to exert further controls in other fields.
    .
    …. a new claim.
    Various virologists and epidemiologists are saying –
    maybe they always thought this, though I never heard it at the time –
    that way back in January 2021 they weren’t sure about the protection the vaccines would provide.
    ‘Only time will tell’ was the predominant expert view, they claim.
    .
    If that is true – and here is the core of my grievance – then why did we members of the public not hear any of these sceptical views made openly, publicly and loudly? …..
    .
    … What we are seeing is scientific Stalinism.
    Censorship in the medical profession will end in disaster, but it appears much of the doctorly and scientific caste are cowards.
    I’ve said that about the lawyerly caste for ages, but I had long thought doctors would be better.
    I no longer think that.
    .
    Worst of all, there appears to have been a group of knowledgeable medicos who chose to keep their doubts to themselves.
    If they lack bravery, why should we show them trust?
    Frankly, I don’t want to hear those retrospective doubts now. …..

    https://dailysceptic.org/2022/08/05/losing-trust-in-the-science/
    .
    A correction in that quote, “Scientific” was known as “Scientism” and practiced to the ultimate “cancel culture” of death to many, in Lenin and Stalin’s time and advanced to Mao in China, to Cambodia’s killing fields.

    Now starving people in Sri Lanka, expropriating farms in Netherlands, and as mentioned by Harriet Hageman, in above comments & links in knocking out farmers in Wyoming by “Regulation without Representation,”.

    I more than wonder about the narratives that are pushed by some of the supposed Representatives, like Fed Farmers, Beef & Lamb Council, & DairyNZ. Hijacked through academia & media, plus follow the Money. 🙁

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  9. While looking at another article, I noticed the following re Celebrity Treasure Island:

    The full line-up of celebrity treasure hunters for 2022 is:
    Alex King, Cam Mansel, Cassie Roma, Courtenay Louise, Dylan Schmidt, Eds Eramiha, Elvis Lopeti, Guy Montgomery, Iyia Liu, Jesse Tuke, Dr Joel Rindelaub, Karen O’Leary, Lynette Forday, Melodie Robinson, Mike King, Perlina Lau, Ron Cribb, Shimpal Lelisi, Siobhan Marshall, Dame Susan Devoy and Te Kohe Tuhaka

    Not sure what the current definition of clelebrity is (someone who should be celebrated?), but as I only recognise three names I guess I’m out of the loop. Mike King, Susan Devoy and Siobhan Marshall (ex Outrageous Fortune and married to Millen Baird, that nice young man in the green velour tracksuit advertising insurance).

    Another TV show worth missing.

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  10. Why we should ask Key to leave.

    “If I got out as prime minister and talked about China it was seen as talking about jobs and taking the economy out of the GFC,” Key said.

    Key said what had changed was the presidency of Donald Trump.

    “What really changed was Donald Trump – he changed the global narrative on China for his own domestic reasons,” Key said.

    “He saw trade not as a win-win situation but as a win-lose situation,” Key said.

    Key said he remained positive on China, and its leader President Xi Jinping.

    “I personally like him,” Key said.

    Key said his philosophy was to build a better relationship with China through trade, which gave New Zealand more leverage.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/nancy-pelosis-taiwan-visit-reckless-provocative-dangerous-key/FOFONVOXLZVS6YCOEBKO4CDKHQ/

    Clearly doesn’t give a shit about people just about money.
    What an arsehole.
    If he likes China that much perhaps he should go their to live.

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  11. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2022/08/cost-of-living-crisis-highlighted-after-american-engineer-asks-if-110-000-is-enough-for-family-to-live-on-in-aotearoa.html
    New Zealand’s cost of living crisis has been highlighted after an American engineer asked whether $110,000 was enough for a family of four to live comfortably in Auckland – only to find out it probably wasn’t.

    The potential migrant posed the question on social media platform Reddit this week asking: “Is $110 NZD enough for a family of 4 (2 kids under 2) to live comfortably in Auckland?”.

    While the poster said their family lived comfortably on NZD$93,000 in Colorado at the moment, they were surprised to hear many Kiwis didn’t think the six-figure salary would be enough.

    “No way near enough. To break it down if it was 2 people earning 55k that’s slightly over minimum wage. You will be struggling and it won’t be worth it,” one person said.

    “You’d be able to exist, not much more than that,” another added.

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      • Being mortgage free would make a huge difference.
        Let’s say our nuclear family is paying $600 a week to rent a modest house in Auckland. If the wage earners are paying 30% income tax, then to get $600 for the landlord they first need to earn $600 / 0.7 = $857. After they pay 30% income tax, they are left with the $600.

        So, $857 a week (before tax) i s needed to pay $600 a week (after tax). $857 x 52 weeks a year = $44,546 per annum in pretax earnings just to pay the rent. Let’s simplify this amount to $44,000

        If you own your home in Auckland, you’d be looking at $4,000 in rates (let’s ignore insurance).

        The unencumbered home owner on $60,000 a year is in pretty much the same position as the $100,000 a year wage-earner who rents.

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  12. JP Reacts to Dutch Farmer Speaking Out Against Climate Rules
    https://youtu.be/T_n-qE89PEg
    19 minutes 45 secs : JP Reacts Awaken with JP

    JP follows with Jordan Peterson noting all the uprisings, and showing more in depth of the issues, the carbon, the nitrogen, & government again with mindless super controlling “Regulations without Representation”.
    It is mainly covering a comment from a Dutch Farmer, revealing what the Dutch government is revealed plans, and the contradictions, and hypocrisy of the government.
    Comparing what the media do not cover, to maintain the narrative for Climate Change based on previous wrong predictions.

    The Dutch farmers are the canary in the mine, revealing the global plans.
    The Dutch farmers problems with their government, “ Our problem, could be your problem” are set to spread where they are allowed,
    Their problems will be ours tomorrow where the government has planted those seeds, along with dissension are sprouting to bring further major controls, in the name of water, Maori Sacred places, and Significant Natural Areas.

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  13. Does anyone know how many members the National Party has ? I was reading a comment yesterday ( cannot remember where) that VFF now has more members than the National Party —I was surprised because I would have thought they would have had TWICE as many a long time ago.

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  14. That’s sad news.

    Judith Durham, ‘shining star’ of The Seekers, dies aged 79
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/08/07/judith-durham-shining-star-of-the-seekers-dies-aged-79/

    Durham died in palliative care on Friday night after complications from a long-standing lung disease, her management said.

    Her bandmates – Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and Athol Guy – said their lives had been changed forever by losing “our treasured lifelong friend and shining star”.

    Durham made her first recording at 19 and later achieved worldwide fame after joining The Seekers in 1963.

    The group of four became the first Australian band to achieve major chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and United States, eventually selling 50 million records.

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  15. Ok, so that’s more like it, Luxxy. Come down on them like a ton of bricks. You were never getting their vote anyway. Get the nephs off the couch.

    “National leader Christopher Luxon has warned young unemployed people their “free ride” under Labour would come to an end if he wins the election next year.

    “To young people who don’t want to work: You might have a free ride under Labour, but under National, it ends,” Luxon said, unveiling a policy that would cut money from the Ministry of Social Development and use it to fund community providers to provide job coaching.”

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      • Viking you wont get to equal status in one swoop tho, youre gunna piss of 16% of the population plus the white folk that feel maori.
        Start by defining a maori, that will shrink the population from 16% down to hopefully 5-6% max if done right. The excluded 10% will now be more then happy to support making the last 5or 6% equal and the same as everyone else.

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    • But what about the poor old Hori?

      …….”Following the hearing, the landlord was ordered to immediately pay the tenant $8920.44 in exemplary damages, compensation and rent refunds.

      Of the total amount, the tenant was awarded $2600 in rent refunds – $2500 of which were due to the property being unlawful, and $100 for being forced to vacate the premises for two days while the carpet was replaced.

      The landlord was ordered to pay $1500 in exemplary damages for interfering with the tenant’s privacy; $650 for unlawful entry; $750 for failing to lodge the bond; $500 for failing to install smoke alarms; $500 for inadequate cooking facilities; $500 for failing to provide and maintain the property; and $250 for not keeping the premises in a clean condition. The tenant was also awarded $100 in compensation for no rubbish collection bin and $850 for the emotional harm inflicted due to unlawful notice. He was also reimbursed his bond and filing fee. “……

      https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/tenancy-tribunal-orders-auckland-landlord-who-called-tenant-a-bloody-m-ori-to-pay-8900-in-damages.html

      Still, he was better off than the tenants I instanced last month. At least he had a roof. And a floor!

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        • Sure you would but all I have to say is that the landlord should have his house taken off him.

          I don’t have any time for landlords who don’t even bother to know the rules by which they operate. tricky as they can be. Nor ny time for a landlord that behaves the way he did. But then there’s always two sides and with tenants if they are breathing they are lying. Bit like the Politicans.

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          • ……”with tenants if they are breathing they are lying”…….

            And this from a major BoP slum landlord with property interests spread from Tauranga to Rotorua. Tenants in constant fear that if they report minor faults like the lack of an effective roof or the floorboards rotting away that they’ll be living under a bridge before the week ends. Rents swallowing one person’s take home pay. Constant surveillance.

            It’s a grubby industry that desperately cries out for the sunshine of publicity!

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    • Actually I have reached the point wher I just laugh now…. Darwin is going to have fun with 90% of our population, including part of my family, and I actually now don’t give a fuck anymore.

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    • Thanks Ross12 though it will not play on Telegram for me, but managed to source it.
      .
      This reveals the murderous coverup and intentions of the Doctor Fauci, FDA, NIH, CDC, and can MedsafeNZ really say they do not know how the USA operates, then it is negligence and incompetence.
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      FATHER CALLS PHARMACIST AFTER SON DIAGNOSED WITH MYOCARDITIS CAUSE BY THE SHOTS
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/27nipgxi9xX2/
      7 mins 49 secs :
      .
      Those people who became accomplices thinking they are under an umbrella fo Immunity to prosecution may not work, when things are hidden, deceptive, as it is bad faith, totally fraud in NZ
      However it seems that the USA had set up a legal cover back in 1984 and probably in support of swine flue vaxx in the late 1970’s that was immediately pulled when it was figured there were 50 deaths, and other debilitating injuries.
      .
      From a comment there:—
      Not Scaring people to take the Vax!?!?! is legal?!?!?!?!
      FYI, Not providing “Informed Consent” about Vax injury is THE LAW!!!!
      She said it, telling ppl about potential vax injury will scare them away from the injection.
      .
      Here is the regulation that enables such medical misinformation/lack-of-info to be “legal” to spread:
      .
      FDA said in the Federal Register: “However, although the continued availability of the vaccine may not be in immediate jeopardy, any possible doubts, whether or not well founded, about the safety of the vaccine cannot be allowed to exist in view of the need to assure that the vaccine will continue to be used to the maximum extent consistent with the nation’s public health objectives.”

      https://govbanknotes.wordpress.com/2021/12/13/us-hhs-made-vaccine-deception-law-back-in-1984-they-have-to-lie-about-safety-to-push-vaccine/
      .
      I know this happened in the USA, and so the Federal 1984 law is the ruthless mask.

      If New Zealand does not have such law in place, then we may have an angle of further attack to those administrators of health and etc.. negligence & incompetence of a combination of arrogant ignorance.

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  16. What are the All Blacks worth today?
    Will silverlake buy in at a discount price?
    Will they get a bigger chunck for the same price?.
    Could they buy the whole kit and cabodill, after a disasterist tour!
    What value are the sponsers getting?

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    • National are doing their pre election, predictable tub thumping of bene bashing. Next will be lawnorder then bread & water diets in prisons. They do it every three years then forget about it once they get the reins passed to them.

      ACT although seem determined to reward long term bludgers with a bene card instead of cash entitlements which would do more to solve the problems of welfare dependence than any other ten complicated policies. No spending on smokes, gambling or alcohol would see the no-hopers queueing up for work.

      It would be cheap, effective & deliver social improvements on a scale never seen before.

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    • Crazy that anyone would be retarded enough to be outraged at helping get young dole bludgers into work.

      When you have clowns like that in charge its clear they dont want the problem to be solved.

      Now luxtard needs to get them real fired up and target baby farmers, no extra bene if they spit out more kids even better deterant cut their bene if they keep breeding

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  17. Yay! A win for sanity. Well done Laurence. 👏👏👏

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TV5ubJq39h0
    Police force scraps ‘hate crime awareness courses’ as UK veteran arrest sparks outrage

    Sky News Australia
    A UK police force has backed down and announced it is scrapping its so-called hate crime awareness courses following backlash over the arrest of a British ex-serviceman, Sky News host Rowan Dean says.

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  18. On occasions I have had the misfortune to turn on TV to Channel 3. There is usually fat dark skin dude with Afro hair who at time presents programmes & appears in numerous stupid skits. Last time I saw him he was wearing angels wings with a halo.

    Jesus H Christ …. are TV 3 that hard up .

    He is a bloody idiot.

    Presume he is an Ardern groupie.

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