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    • Would be interesting to see a remake of the Labour Party line-up when they were first photographed on getting elected.
      Apart from drug or medically induced weight loss, I think the statement that ‘,,,labour have ALWAYS increased the size…’ would apply to more than just staffing levels.

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  1. Good morning freedom lovers, pure bloods and those who wish they were. It is a drought and no mistake. Bloody climate change, we have not had rain for the last 5 days. I am really starting to get worried/////////
    Have a great day in the sun where ever you are and what ever you are doing.
    Oh and FFFFFJA

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  2. Komata, If that horrible shitbag Ardern was to actually set up that committee the cowardly lapdog NZ media wouldn’t report it as being any problem and that is our Countries biggest obstacle, our media are asleep at the wheel as we speed towards the cliff with UN ,WEF, Chinese, Ukrainian and LGBTQI flags streaming out behind us.

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  3. ‘Andrew Bolt REACTS to interpol leak and Jacinda Ardern’s response’

    A vid of Sky News’ Andrew Bolt (Courtesy of Rebel News), showing how others see dl and the Australian journalists,

    It should be born in mind BTW, that, by her own admission, the Kiwi Immigration Officer who made the banning decision was influenced to do so after reading a NZ Herald article, rather than being objective in her decision.

    The side-bar comments also make for interesting reading.

    https://www.facebook.com/joinRebelNews/videos/405313795066647

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  4. A nun and a priest were crossing the Sahara desert on a camel. On the third day out, the camel suddenly dropped dead without warning.
    After dusting themselves off, the Nun and the Priest surveyed their situation. After a long period of silence, the Priest spoke.
    ‘Well, Sister, this looks pretty grim.’
    ‘I know, Father. In fact, I don’t think it likely that we can survive more than a day or two..’
    ‘I agree,’ says the Father. ‘Sister, since we are unlikely to make it out of here alive, would you do something for me?’
    ‘Anything, Father.’
    ‘I have never seen a woman’s breasts and I was wondering if I might see yours.’
    ‘Well, under the circumstances I don’t see that it would do any harm.’
    The Nun opened her habit and the Priest enjoyed the sight of her shapely breasts, commenting frequently on their beauty.
    ‘Father, could I ask something of you?’
    ‘Yes, Sister?’
    ‘I have never seen a man’s penis. Could I see yours?’
    ‘I suppose that would be OK,’ the Priest replied, lifted his robe, and almost immediately he was sporting a huge erection.
    ‘Sister, you know that if I insert this in the right place, it can give life.’
    ‘Is that true Father?’
    ‘Yes, it is, Sister.’
    ‘Oh Father, that’s wonderful … stick it in the camel and let’s get the fuck out of here!’👀😂

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  5. Greetings from the northern sector of the Ardern internment camp. Surely this house of cards government must collapse soon under the weight of its own stupidity? I see they are now imposing another tax on our Kiwisaver. They lie to us and break promises so often now you have to wonder if they even know how to tell the truth. FJA and the horse she rode in on.

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  6. More lies from Ardern, Labour and Andrew Little.

    Systemic Racism can not be found in the Public Health System, but false claims used to set up new Health System where Maori Elite get control and have a direct say in your Health.

    Where is National and Nude Nut uttering anything on this. Like usual, just silence.

    I hope the revolution is just around the corner and Ardern is the first to be put to the wall for what she has done to this country.

    https://www.nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/media/media-release-governments-claims-lack-evidence-and-risk-overall-health-benefits-report/

    FJA

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  7. New media release from Sporting Shooters:

    MEDIA RELEASE
    Our careless Police don’t care
    Tuesday, August 30, 2022 @ 17:30 hr
    The revelation in today’s Herald that the IPCA, the police watchdog, and privacy
    commissioner have decided against an inquiry into the theft of documents carrying
    the details of thousands of gun owners from a disused police station in Auckland is a
    great disappointment to all those lawful gun owners affected and to the wider firearm
    owning community, says Sporting Shooters Association President Neville Dodd.
    4000 documents containing personal information of licensed firearm owners over a
    15 year period, mostly in Auckland region were stolen in a burglary back in May of
    the old Central Auckland Police Station in Vincent St.
    When licensed firearm owners transgress, even when it is a traffic offence, the
    police come down on us like a ton of bricks, seizing our firearms and suspending or
    revoking our licenses. Yet when police fail to keep our private information secure,
    putting us and our families at risk, there are no consequences for those responsible.
    It seems as far as Police and those who monitor Police performance are concerned
    licensed firearm owners don’t matter.
    We have to question Police’s ability to keep the information contained in a register of
    all firearms secure. More importantly, given this appalling state of affairs will the
    firearms community have sufficient trust and confidence in Police security of their
    data to provide the information they require for the new Register?
    END

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  8. The Coming Food Crisis is Being Engineered by the United Nations

    “The last head of a European government to be killed and eaten by a mob was Dutch Johan de Witt in 1672, who was mutilated, hung, and had his liver roasted and digested by Orangists in the Hague.”

    “The “great reset” requires a populace beholden to the government and nobody else. As the central planners pursue their agenda of getting there, this is bound to be fraught with an awakening and a lot of angst.”
    https://vaccineimpact.com/2022/the-coming-food-crisis-is-being-engineered-by-the-united-nations/

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  9. A bride tells her husband, “Honey, you know I’m a virgin and I don’t know anything about sex. Can you explain it to me first?”
    “Okay, sweetheart. Putting it simply, we will call your private place ‘the prison’ and call my private thing ‘the prisoner’. So what we do is put the prisoner in the prison.” And they made love for the first time and the husband was smiling with satisfaction.
    Nudging him, his bride giggles, “Honey the prisoner seems to have escaped.”
    Turning on his side, he smiles and says, “Then we will have to re-imprison him.”
    After the second time, the bride says, “Honey, the prisoner is out again!”
    The husband rises to the occasion and they made love again.
    The bride again says, “Honey, the prisoner escaped again,” to which the husband yelled, “Hey, it’s not a life sentence!!!”

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    • Certainly to read between the flip flop government lines.
      The governmental public health lining up to protect themselves, to give lines of why they are not responsible for the risks, nor to be held accountable.

      The real lines by:- Omission, Incompetence, Negligence, Malfeasance. …,,, which lead to another line where the price is paid.

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  10. Scientists Unearth 3,400-Year-Old City That Emerged From Tigris River in Iraq, Reveal Ancient Clay Tablets
    BY Michael Wing TIMEJune 23, 2022 PRINT

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/scientists-unearth-3400-year-old-city-that-emerged-from-tigris-river-in-iraq-reveal-ancient-clay-tablets_4547164.html?utm_source=ai_recommender

    Kurdish and German archaeologists in early 2022 explored the remains of a 3,400-year-old city that emerged from the depths of the Tigris River near Mosul in northern Iraq.

    Amidst the ruins of the Bronze Age city, once part of the Mitanni Empire which lasted from 1550 to 1350 B.C., they explored a palace previously known to them, but also unearthed several new, large structures and an extensive industrial complex.

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    • Viking:—– Probably on a flood plain also, which if getting big floods would have made the economy costly & not so viable. Then droughts? desert sands?

      During a warm period 6,000 years ago, Pakistan, the Indus was a monster river, more powerful and more prone to flooding than today

      ….. The original cities and many of the towns seemed to have been put right near the shores of the river.
      The Indus, however, is destructive and unpredictable in its floods, and the cities were frequently levelled by the forces of nature.
      Mohenjo-Daro in the south, where the flooding can be fairly brutal, was rebuilt six times that we know about; Harappa in the north was rebuilt five times. ….

      https://stutzfamily.com/mrstutz/indus/harappa.htm

      All that increased Carbon created Climate Change 1,000’s of years ago to wash away cities, and cover over civilizations … hmmmm ….

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  11. Pelosi Criticized for Hiding Role in Jan. 6 Security Failures; Vaccine Narratives Take 180 Degree Turn
    Crossroads
    Crossroads

    JOSHUA PHILIPP

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is being criticized for hiding her role in the security breakdowns on Jan. 6, and some allegations say she may be culpable for the chaos. Republicans are trying to obtain documents on Pelosi’s role on the day, and claim their efforts are being blocked. As investigations continue into who was responsible for the security failures on Jan. 6, similarities are being drawn to Hillary Clinton’s role in Benghazi.

    Meanwhile, corporate news outlets are beginning to flip the narrative on COVID-19 vaccinations and are now alleging that former President Donald Trump was responsible for rushing them through the authorization process.

    In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/pelosi-criticized-for-hiding-role-in-jan-6-security-failures-vaccine-narratives-take-180-degree-turn_4696716.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-08-30-3&utm_medium=email&est=Y%2BrdC5Xe985qA20u42xcff%2FDRLeVcigf1opgF%2B4CcOAOK40lJI%2F16P5WQm%2Bywd8%3D

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  12. This graph that is referenced here is probably one of the most important ones to know in understanding CO2 and temperature and the correlation or lack there of over the past 600 million years

    https://joannenova.com.au/2022/08/shock-finding-past-climate-change-helps-forests-cope-with-present-climate-change/

    The graph comes from this paper which is also worth reading.

    https://geocraft.com/WVFossils/Carboniferous_climate.html

    Show this to any Climate Nazi. Further, it seems like 7500ppm is about the highest CO2 ever got in the last 600 mil years. If Happer is correct and a doublining of CO2 increases temperature by about 1 deg C, then the upper limit for CO2 of 7500 ppm would result in an upper temp change of about 3.5 to 4 deg C. 800 > 1600 >3200> 6400 ( assuming no negative feedbacks). I would argue there is not enough CO2 available through burning fossil fuels to reach those levels, bearing in mind that much of the CO2 is locked away in limestone beds all around the world, and that won’t be released any time soon.

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    • further to my post above, here is a good article by someone who knows a lot more about this than I do.

      https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/08/30/surface-radiation-absorption-and-emission/

      “What this says is that because only part of the absorbed radiation turns into upwelling surface longwave emission (AKA temperature), it takes almost 7 watts per square meter of extra energy to raise the earth’s surface temperature by 1°C.

      And that’s a lot. A doubling of atmospheric CO2 levels is said to increase downwelling radiation by 3.7 W/m2. So if that extra energy to raise temperatures by 1°C comes solely from increased CO2, it would be almost two doublings from our present level of 410 ppmv of CO2. The CO2 level would have to be ~ 1,500 ppmv to get a 1°C rise from the present temperature.”

      and read this: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/08/07/putting-it-into-reverse/

      “A primary mechanism that explains this apparent impossibility is the temperature-controlled emergence of cumulus fields and thunderstorms. These increase with increasing temperature, and they greatly reduce the amount of solar radiation absorbed by the surface. And so the temperature is regulating the amount of absorbed solar radiation, via clouds and thunderstorms.”

      A number of people have argued that clouds are critical in any understanding of climate change, the one thing the models don’t do, or do very poorly. I read somewhere that cloudiness has decreased by about 2% since the 60s. ( probably due to less pollutants)

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      • “I read somewhere that cloudiness has decreased by about 2% since the 60s. ( probably due to less pollutants)”

        The irony of cleaner air leading to higher temperatures!

        We know that there have been ice ages and warmer periods when the ice has retreated. If we knew what caused the ice sheets to recede, thousands of years ago, we would have a far better understanding of “warming.”

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        • …we would have a far better understanding of “warming.”

          Understanding (and truth) does not however, feed irrational obsessions, nor does it provide the means to by which one can hoodwink the public, and make pot loads of money selling snake oil bullshit.

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  13. I note that Stuff and its communist journo’s are continuing to attack our citizens for having a view on the rights and Fredoms of Kiwi citizens.
    Perhaps we need to attack them instead.

    Names to remember and put on the unemployable list.

    Amy Ridout, Frances Chin and Cherie Sivignon

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  14. Another one.

    “Editors at Variety reported that Charlbi had died from an “unexpected illness”.”

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2022/08/charlbi-dean-triangle-of-sadness-actress-and-model-dies-aged-32.html

    Seems to be a pandemic of unexpected, unexplained deaths. I wonder why?

    Even Hosking was having bad thoughts this morning around vaccines, myocarditis and informed consent. I wonder if he will get arrested for speaking objectionable things….

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  15. Mike Adams on full throttle.

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2022-08-30-the-great-unraveling-is-now-upon-us-its-all-breakinging-down.html#

    “The British Royal Navy just launched an aircraft carrier (the HMS Prince of Wales) that broke down just one day into a four-month mission. Apparently, one of the propellers (the “screws”) won’t work, and the multi-billion dollar vessel can only sail around in circles. Somehow, this is entirely fitting, given the insanity, corruption and incompetence of the not just the British Empire but the entire swath of Western European nations that now demonstrate pure incompetence and suicidal tendencies. No doubt there are plenty of transgenders, gays and lesbians on board the HMS Prince of Wales, but none of them can figure out how to make the propellers work. “

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      • Smaller (and smaller) providers, sounds like me. Take hemlock you lying cow. Kiwisaver is ultimately a vehicle for corruption. I never took the Kiwisaver poison pill, despite it’s 100% advertised returns. Why get gelded by the state. Why voluntarily accept circumcision. They would inevitably clip the whole dick. Which is trans-genderisms goal. Just one tip. Their claims about to start soon. They start with the tip, Then the whole dick (of your child) at school.

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  16. Invergargil syarts work on it biggest problem.

    Construction of a $35 million specialist dementia care village will start in October in Invercargill.

    Hawthorndale Care Village Charitable Trust Working group member Paddy O’Brien was delighted to announce construction was set to begin, which marked another massive milestone for the project, which will be an evolutionary step forward for aged care in New Zealand.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/129727816/village-site-blessed-before-work-starts-of-35m-project

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  17. Do NOT trade at cashless stores. They are the regime’s willing executioners.

    Once you accept the convenience of digital cash, your testicles are forfeit. The gormless ugly left and UNIPARTY will control you. Reject cashless stores for the small price of a little inconvenience.

    For example –
    Dunedin council rubbish – fuck you, their are cheaper alternatives anyway.
    Dunedin Allpress coffee. University cucks. Fuck me, the detox shivers will be rough though.

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    • If i encountered a cashless store id ensure i put as much stuff as possible on the counter then walk out when they refuse my legal tender cash.

      Our local butcher is a twat and wont accept cash for some reason, the couple of times ive used himnin the past 5yrs to cut up a few lambs i ensure i have the correct amount down to the cent in cash. Dump it on the counter, he drops lip and complain but i just tell him its cash or else wait a few months and send it to baycorp.

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  18. Starting to hit the fan in the UK/Ireland with energy price increases. Comments from Jo Nova’s site

    “An Irish coffee shop just got their power bill!

    https://twitter.com/DolanGeraldine/status/1564392353300889603

    That’s around $14k AUD…”

    NB. That bill was for 73 days !!

    “@CallumMckeefery
    · Aug 29
    My mum owns a small café in Leicester. Her electricity bill has just jumped from £10k ($12k) a year to £55k ($64k) a year.

    She is working out her options but more than likely she will be forced to close.”

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  19. It is no accident that New Zealand’s most important export industry is dairy, comprising some 30 percent of the export value of goods that leave New Zealand’s shores. Add in sheep, beef, timber, fish, kiwifruit and wine, and New Zealand’s primary industries contribute a little over 80 percent of the export earnings derived from merchandise goods.
    The key message of this article is that dairy is of fundamental importance to the future of Aotearoa New Zealand. However, the journey to get there is not straight forward and it will be controversial.

    First, I set out the reasons why dairy is so important, and hence the need to face-up to the challenges that lie ahead. This then leads towards necessary actions to address the challenges.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/rural-news/117412/keith-woodford-says-there-need-much-better-informed-debate-about-future-dairy

    Alas, even in the good times these invisible inflows are more than balanced by the invisible outflows of foreign currency. These invisible outflows include Kiwis spending money on their own overseas tourism, plus interest paid to foreign lenders, plus profits to the overseas-owned businesses operating in New Zealand, with banks and insurance institutions being the standouts.

    So, the bottom line when it comes to imports such as pharmaceuticals, computers, vehicles, machinery and fuel, plus surprisingly high quantities of imported food of types we do not grow, is that physical imports need to be balanced by physical exports.

    The only alternative to this balance is to keep importing capital from overseas. New Zealand has become very good at this. But there has to be a day of reckoning.

    Been like this for years but we never learn.

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    • We’ve never balanced the books in the past fifty years. We’ve sold off state assets, oil drilling, forestry cutting rights, industry & farmland to stock $2 shops with plastic tat & fill office towers with unproductive civil servants.

      But the next sell up will be a doozy & herald our final collapse into third world serfdom. That will be the next crash in dairy prices when the overleveraged wankers who have followed the “big is good” mantra are sold up by the banks. The farms are so big & so mortgaged that the only buyers will be overseas corporations.

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  20. How Effective Is Your Cancer Medication? The Industry Might Not Even Know
    BY Marina Zhang TIMEAugust 27, 2022 PRINT

    Effectiveness of Drugs

    From 1991 to 2019, mortality rates from cancer fell by 32% as cancer survival rates increased.

    Drug regulatory agencies may drive the idea that these rates are dropping due to the approved pharmaceuticals on the market, yet studies suggest that we have to thank early prevention, detection, and improved cancer care organizations for increased survivability.

    A study evaluated 85 cancer drugs approved from 2006 to 2018.

    The study examined the drugs’ response rates (RRs), a measurement that quantifies how well the patient’s tumors respond to the drug.

    The authors found the median RR was 41%, meaning that, at the median, only 41% of patients’ tumors responded to the drug. Breaking the results down, of these 85 approved drugs, 14 (16%) had an RR less than 20% and almost half (47%) had an RR less than 40%.

    Another study evaluating 207 anti-cancer drugs approved between May 2016 to May 2021, found that 14% of these novel drugs replaced approved drugs in first-line of care.

    This indicates that the 14% of novel drugs approved over 5 years, replaced standard lines of treatment.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/how-effective-is-your-cancer-medication-the-industry-might-not-even-know_4676867.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2022-08-28-1&utm_medium=email&est=YNhw%2FzVWphjtSgZc853idrv3WXcBciBEIXCKsXihByQG0lAl5gRv8X6mGCyF4Vo%3D

    worth a read as it shows the p[oor quality systems of the FDA which goes with the poor systems of CDC.

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        • All for nothing…
          Thats the worst part, weve been promised carnage and plaque proportions of death, economic and financial collapse, end times and yet here we are sweet fuck all just a whole lotta blah blah blah and more predictions of doom.
          None of its going to happen unless theres all out world war and nukes being fired willy nilly but at least theyre trying their darndest to make that reality.

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  21. Watched Parliament for question 1 today .
    Luxon to Ardern.
    It was related to the on and off again Kiwi saver tax!
    Hate to say this but Ardern wiped the floor with lugubrious boring Luxon.
    When , oh when will National get a leader with charisma?
    Seymour at least showed a bit of fire!

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