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  1. ‘Investigative Journalist Ian Wishart to Stuff Journalist: “Amateur”

    Good morning all, and welcome to another day in dl’s communist nightmare.

    The article I’ve posted below (courtesy of The Daily Examiner NZ), might be of interest; It’s nice to know that Ian Wishart is still around.

    Like him or loath him, he is one of the very few ‘Journalists’ who haven’t taken dl’s money, so should be respected on that basis if nothing else.

    He is also probably one of the last (If not THE last) ‘real’ journalists in the country, so is doubly-valuable.

    The Stuff ‘journalist’ all wrapped-up in her own arrogant little world (and not having a clue what he is talking about – or even caring) , will not, of course, reply.

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/investigative-journalist-ian-wishart-to-stuff-journalist-amateur/?fbclid=IwAR06XqzFSNFz8roEng8FGstDlHP1x8gxM2rqD0Rw4eioiqh5ZWvvSkrJJF0

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  2. Komata, I have a mate in my home town who has a radio station. He has not signed up too Cindy’s largese and bribe money and will not take money to run any of the Health Departments COVID advertisements or bend his commentary to suit Labours’ agenda.

    He tells me he is contacted at least twice per week pushing him to sign up for funding by NZ On Air and basically telling him it is for his well being that he is to sign up for this funding by NZ On Air and take the Governments bribe money.

    There are still those Journalists and Broadcasters in this country, like Ian Wishart who will not be bought by this Government and see them for the charlatans they are.

    FJA

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      • And the crime starts with the manipulation and mis-interpretation of basic health data for personal benefit.

        Looking at you, for example, Dr Trashley Blowfly. Just how much PPE equipment was REALLY available??? I will remind you, asshole. You got up again and again on Nation-wide television and lied to the public (while the doctors and nurses kept calling out your lies) until the Auditor General had to get involved. Remember?

        Don’t get me onto the 80,000 dead on the streets from the common cold virus (coronavirus sp.) bull-crap. You know… blow ya nose, snot flies everywhere… drop dead on the street… for fuck sake, how many sci-fi netflix movies do you watch???

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  3. Tee hee the iq test at the top, up to 25pts imo is far to high. Should be less then 10 for the mask goons.

    True story, when stupid boy was a delightful 13yr old at school and found himself suspended once again, the school demanded full psych evaluation to determine if any issues or adhd etc. It included an IQ test, stupid boy was suprised (along with the principal and the testing dude) that i scored 124, even more suprising was i had no mental issues or adhd i was just a pure cunt.
    I was allowed to return to school but a week and a half later found myself expelled… i was such an angel of a student 🙂

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    • Actually not an unusual problem. Plenty of boys fit into the scenario. Once they went off to work and left the school teachers to their negative ideas.
      Happens occasionally with the girls as well.

      All these kids are usually bright and have plenty of energy and just want to get on with life. Frustrated at school because they like to be active and simply don’t want to sit at a desk all day.
      Our youngest was like that, Asked if he wanted to leave at 14.

      Now worth more than half a dozen of his teachers and a great citizen as well with great kids.

      Refused jabs all round, spent quite some time at Welly. Had nothing but good to say about the people there.

      We are the leaders that politicians don’t like.

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      • My mate Trev (yes, he is actually called Trev) is like that. Pretty much ADHD at school, ants in his pants, always in trouble. Left at 15 under quite a cloud and is now a successful builder with his own company, runs it honestly and right, works bloody hard, and has the holiday home in Wanaka to show for it. The teachers that tried to tie him down? Well…

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      • Viking, my son suffers the same as i did. School is not a challenge and should be taught content many years ahead of where he is.
        My problem was boredom, what took others an hour to complete esp maths or other problem solving i could complete in seconds or minutes. My maths teachers mind would boggle and thought i was a cheat. i easily done the likes of trig without a scientific calculator infact i completed pretty much all my math without one even end of year exams… and yeah i was a geek on the mathletics team, shame.

        It lead me to be bored and interuptive, not suprisingly math and science were the first classes i was no longer allowed to attend, eventually it became all classes. I was forced to sit at a desk in the corridor outside the principals office, then interval and lunch i would get mocked and bullied for it so naturally a few broken noses and chairs wrapped around heads followed.
        I made a deal with the school i would no longer attend providing i could return later in the year to complete my 5th for exams. They laughed and told me it was a waste of time but still agreed… i went to work for 6months, returned and passed 2nd top score of my class.

        My wife and i could see the same pattern emerging in our son and coupled with all the covid shit and disgust at the education system we moved to homeschooling our kids this year, we can target teach our kids with tailored content not just a one size fits all aporoach and it shits all over mainstream education.
        Behaviour is still an issue but my sons intelligence and education far far excedes his peers. Hes 7 but would shit over most 10yr olds with ease.

        The worst realisation i made after leaving school was that 95% of what i was taught isnt even needed in the real world unless you wanted to be an acedemic or some specialized job. For the likes of myself that couldnt stand to be caged in an office or classroom etc and just wanted to work with my hands/body school was entirely useless.
        I wish my parents had listened and allowed me to leave school and enter the workforce when i was 13.

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    • ……”i had no mental issues or adhd i was just a pure cunt”…….

      As the assessment came from an institution which barely disguises its prime function of bashing square pegs into round holes you should take it as high praise.

      Although ADHD hadn’t been discovered then, forty years earlier than you, I was similarly defined & found it incredibly uplifting.

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  4. One difference between suburban Japan and Auckland is in supermarket trolley security.

    Stealing trolleys from the supermarket (to push your groceries back to your tax-payer-funded housing) is very rare in Japan. Each Japanese supermarket employs a retired geezer in a peaked cap, arm band and uniform, with a smartphone with speed dial to the local police station. The supermarket pays this old fellow about $NZ10 an hour to “guard” the exits and prevent people from stealing the trolleys. The guard will call the police if anything happens, and one of them will be around on his white Honda Cub in a matter of minutes.

    Japan understands the “broken glass” aspect of crime. Nip it in the bud. The Japanese police take petty crime very seriously.

    Auckland is so different. It’s like the supermarkets and police can’t be bothered (for whatever reason).

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  5. The advantage of a united society with shared morals is that everyone knows what “good” and “bad” acts are. Stealing is bad, because you are hurting others.

    In a divided society, someone from Group A stealing from a member of Group B may even be encouraged by other Group A members and treated like a hero. “That will show those Group B bastards and pay them back for what they did to us!”

    Division is weakness.

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  6. The Department of Truth and Vaccination is still ringing me regularly, even on a Sunday morning, to try and persuade me to go and subject myself to booster shots. I don’t answer of course, and they can go fuck themselves. I’ll never forgive the bastards, from the swamp creature down, for forcing me into having no real choice but to submit to the first two shots. I’m anything but anti-vax in the normal course of events, but the pox vax regime has left me feeling sour, trampled upon, and even more anti-authoritarian than before.

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      • What gets me is that despite lots and lots of evidence from the science and medical community they are keeping on with their efforts.
        FB is once again tagging posts with info supplied by their own paid fact checkers.
        Its rapidly becoming apparent the the two so called “news” outfits are fighting each other to become the lowest of the low in disseminating false information and inciting hate speech. For that’s what it is. Hate search directed at their readers and their non readers. About the level of Bidens speech the other day.
        Attacking the people who pay their wages. As have been the police.

        We have always need a written constitution that was much stronger than Palmers Bill of Rights (which they ignore), and which would constrain the govt. rather allowing them an open ended please themselves governance.

        Time we got this back on the Board and got some serious constraints on the Govt. and the politicians.
        Until we do we will always be subject to them pleasing them selves about how they will treat Kiwi citizens.

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        • One of those recent face book tags:—-

          Your post goes against our Community Standards on misinformation that could cause physical harm.

          No one else can see your post

          We encourage free expression, but don’t allow false information about COVID-19 that could contribute to physical harm.

          Learn more about update to our standards.

          So is this how the police measure it, that a placard, bill board, bull-horn, etc., is “contribute to physical harm” so the police can be given carte blanche in doing whatever it takes and be supported by the Judiciary that can find & apply laws to achieve complete compliance.

          Public Health is being practiced under a form of easily extendable Emergency Laws, so it can not be questioned, as that would mean that you are endangering many in the whole community by “contribute to physical harm”, though unsaid, would also include your causation of death to others.

          How can “Public Health Emergency Law” various forms of it, be over ranked by Constitution, Bill of Rights, Human Rights etc.. ?
          As “physical harm” can also be stretched, to include the taking of life.

          …. On 12 June 2022, the Prime Minister renewed the Epidemic Notice for three months pursuant to section 7 of the Epidemic Preparedness Act 2006.
          https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/covid-19-epidemic-notice-and-orders

          Due for a renewal, in a few days, which will extend it, but note, that this time there will be a bait like “a masking” on the renewal to slip the renewal of the hidden draconian laws, which could be called up by an “Order in Council” if a flexing of more control & power is felt to be needed at a later date.

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          • Kea@1212
            While your solution of ‘Not voting for them’ (the ‘them’ being labour), WHAT would you replace them with?

            luxflakes and see-less are only ‘labour’ with a slightly different tinge, NZ First is a one-man band and at the whim of it’s founder while the smaller ‘RW’ parties will never get enough votes to make any difference.

            So what (in your opinion) are the alternatives, since if there ARE none, dl and her mates will simply walk back in, and , now confident in their absolute power, will accelerate the downward spiral into the socialist nirvana

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            • Anyone that thinks Lux is in anyway as bad as Ardern is a lunatIc. Ardern is one of the most evil and fanatical leaders in the world today.

              I despair that no party represents the ordinary people. But it is crystal clear that Labour and Greens are totalitarian communists who want us enslaved on knees.

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    • It’s important to remember the generic response that the Uniparty had. Their political positions to the fake pandemic were identical. The ultimate power holder here is not the chip shop girl. She is a willing pawn. We can’t vote our way out of a 100% corrupt system. Divide by zero is zero. We are ruled by rich oligarchs. Need to develop a society outside the regimes gulags.

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      • Yeah ,a couple of downticks.
        The reason is that voting in a MMP election is a total waste of effort!
        Firstly candidates are selected by the parties.
        If they personally are not elected they have the options of inclusion by the list, working for the party or simply joining the Wellington bureaucracy.
        So no change. Same personnel , just in different seats
        Whatever party is nominally in charge is pretty irrelevant given they just ratify the previous Governments legislation as served up by the Wellington bureaucracy
        Like Labours RMA rammed through by Nationals Bolger and Upton WITH NO CHANGES !
        NZ is now a one party government == like it or not!

        With MMP worthwhile change can not happen!

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  7. Angry Northlanders are calling for the Government to fix their roads after weeks of destructive storms.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/09/03/certain-death-northland-outraged-say-damaged-roads-ignored/

    “We have a geo-tech engineer report which says this fault is between five and ten metres deep, so these people being on here is that they are going to be on this piece of the network when it lets go and that would be almost certain death,” said Far North Deputy Mayor Ann Court.

    State Highway One through the Mangamuka Gorge to Kaitaia has closed indefinitely again due to slips.

    “We see the minister and prime minister down there again flying around in helicopters and throwing money around like it’s confetti to help them get out of their troubles,” Court said.

    “I’ve been told the minister is busy, I’ve been told the minister has other priorities, I’ve been told that the minister’s diary is full,” she said.

    “I have a message for the minister. If 74,000 people in the Far North do not matter to you, would you come up here and tell them that please?”

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  8. Its more then likely a neighbour…
    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/police-investigating-after-500-sheep-disappear-off-north-canterbury-farm/ar-AA11q4d8

    They make out its more complicated then it is, 1 guy and a couple of dogs can easily pull it off if just going to a nearby farm.
    To truck them well many a dodgy farmer owns a truck and would only take 1 or 2 extra people. This happened quite often when i was farming in western australia, a 2 man team could easily rustle a full road train worth of sheep in a night.

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        • Happens all the time kea just smaller numbers so you never hear about it.
          Plenty of sheep farmers down here get ripped off with smaller mobs yarded up ready to go to the works and some bastard rocks in at night with a truck or large trailer, run em up the loading ramp and gone in only a few minutes.
          My mate has a lifestyle block and has had brazen scum shoot his sheep in from the front paddock by the road the every year for past 6yrs, by the time he gets out the door the thieves are gone along with a couple of his stock, come december he now moves his sheep away from the road.

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            • It’s not worth the effort in yarding them so you can pull one or two out of the mob. Then the buyers want to use your facilities to kill & dress them. If you do it comes under health regulations rather than home kill.

              No way Jose.

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              • Nasska has a very good points.
                The other part is that they then tell many others, as “Loose lips, sink Ships” and the phone falls of the wall.
                MPI go after farmers with a very costly vengeance on those health regulations.
                The police may figure the farm was part of crime proceeds that then need to be confiscated.

                A good sheep, mutton, lamb is not cheap even in the sale yards.

                Late edit:— Kea, good, as it is the take away everything, is the way!
                Now take that deed & secret of who, where, to the grave. 🙂

                If there was a wild game processing plant not far away, would make the rabbits & wallabies interesting.
                Do not forget the Canadian geese, peacocks, turkeys. hares.

                Endangered wekas should be farmed too.
                It seems that keas are not to be farmed, though what would they be worth on the world market.. ???

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            • Kea we do that we buy from our neighbour, he lets us know when hes sending fat lambs to the works (usually early december) we just pull half a dozen from the race while theyre loading the truck.
              We just pay going rate of what they average at the works, think last year was 140ish per head.

              As nasska points out tho many farmers cant be stuffed to yard em just for a small cash sale but if you time it in with their schedule its a win win all round.

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                • There’s another point that those in the hunt for bargain meat are inclined to overlook & that is the recovery rate.

                  IAASB cited about $140 for a pre Xmas lamb which sounds about right. Most are grown under contract & sent to the works at approx 42kg liveweight. Recovery is 42% so the carcase stripped of guts, pelt & head will weigh in the vicinity of 17.5kg at a cost of $8 kg before freight, killing charges, wholesale mark-up & GST.

                  Supermarket butchers are thieves but it’s not hard to see where the cost of your lamb roast is coming from.

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                  • Yup, after killing carcass weight is 18-20kg.
                    Butchers and supermarkets have horrific mark ups hence why we refuse to buy meat and either grow or source are own.
                    Chicken is the only meat we buy now although wifeys keen to get meat chooks but just isnt a fan of growing them in the confined space needed to grow them.

                    A mate asked butcher a few weeks back how much for a whole pig worth of meat… “a little over 800bux”
                    Fark that, hes now built a sty and bought a couple weaners from us.
                    We have pigs, cattle, chooks, goats, meat rabbits and ducks(for meat). We get lambs from neighbours and i hunt venison, dive for paua and crays and get out fishing every oportunity i get.

                    You town folk get absolute shafted by supermarkets. We eat like kings for very little cost.

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                    • You’d think so but he once linked to video taken on one of his hunting safaris. Looked like he’d spent the winter up a burnt gully. 🙂

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                    • Nah brig, our diet is well balanced by an abundance of fresh homegrown veges. We’re a very carnivorous family tho, we remind our kids often that theyre lucky as many families now dont get meat or fish nearly every meal.
                      3 crays and in the fridge for tea along with the last pack of 2021s whitebait 🙂

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          • After a couple of those thefts Farmer Dan sleeps out by the stockyard on those nights, IASSB, with his shotgun. No attempts have been made since he instituted the regime, but he’d put the word out beforehand, and so this tells him the culprits are local.

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  9. Police finally release withheld report, revealing millions in spending on contractors and consultants
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/09/police-finally-release-withheld-report-revealing-millions-in-spending-on-contractors-and-consultants.html

    Police have been providing unreliable information to Parliament about spending of tens of millions of dollars on contractors and consultants.

    The government ordered agencies in 2018 to be much more transparent about the spending after controversy erupted in 2017.

    But two years later, police processes were “unstructured, inefficient and also fairly subjective”, the April 2020 report said.

    The report – newly released under the OIA – said without a clear and coordinated process “it was difficult to identify and verify the completeness and accuracy of police’s C and C [contractor and consultant] use and costs”.

    Police were not counting their spending on fixed-term or temporary contractors to backfill or support existing roles, which cost almost $7 million in 2018-19. If they had, their total C and C spend that year would have been $51m, not the $44m they reported to a parliamentary select committee.

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  10. Neil Oliver, again with a great soliloquy

    ….. This nihilism …. …. Extinction Rebellion and many others …. …. anti-human fear mongering? …. … Malthusianism …. … hopelessly flawed, and Paul Ehrlich’s famines never happened. …. …. destructive nonsense like Net Zero and Agenda 2030 …. ….
    …. Thinking we will run out of resources is like thinking we will run out of tunes because there are only 8 notes. ….

    ….. It has been estimated that 50 tonnes of ore are processed to make the battery for just one EV.

    How many people acknowledge to themselves that when they depress the accelerator in their shiny Green EV, they are putting the boot in to some of the world’s poorest children?

    Presumably the Malthusians and the acolytes of Ehrlich rest easy, insulated by their belief there are too many children anyway. None of it is Green.

    What it is … is grotesque. It is a ruthless and determined ideology. It is about changing society by having people accept a leap back into the impoverished past.
    It is about weakening people, diminishing people’s options so they are more susceptible to control. …..

    …… Here’s the thing: to seek to persuade generations of children that they and their kind are a plague upon the earth, a curse, is an unforgivable wrong.

    In many ways Greta Thunberg is the textbook example of a child frightened out of her wits by anti-human propaganda.
    Her fear was picked up and weaponised by adults determined not to improve the lot of the many, but to favour and enrich, beyond imagining, the few. …..

    This link is for the full transcript.
    https://www.gbnews.uk/news/to-seek-to-persuade-generations-of-children-that-they-and-their-kind-are-a-plague-upon-the-earth-is-an-unforgivable-wrong-says-neil-oliver/361407

    Neil Oliver: Persuading generations of children they are a plague upon the earth is unforgivable
    https://youtu.be/0QnmuAmOgRA
    12 minutes 26 secs : September 2022 : GBNews : Neil Oliver

    There is a bit more to think on.
    The indigenous children seem to be exempt; they are not to be persuaded?
    Are the indigenous children to be untouched by education?
    Who owns the culture? the assets? and on what rights are they based, so who bequeaths to whom?

    Neil is on track, get out of the nihilism for starters.

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  11. I was talking an English guy earlier –he has been in NZ for 9 years, one year to go before he gets residency. He would like to go home to see his family and new nephew but he cannot do it because he will not be allowed back into NZ (he is not jabbed). What is the difference from a health safety point of view between him and me ?

    He then told me about an Irish friend who went back for a visit with his wife and kid. All went fine except for getting a dose of Covid while in Ireland. They isolated etc. and later headed back to NZ –got on the plane OK, got through the stop off ( Singapore I think) OK –no questions asked. Gets back here and goes into MIQ as required, obviously this was all several months ago. Gets the bill for MIQ AND THEN gets a $4,000 fine each for him and his wife because they were not jabbed and had not met the requirements. No fine for the kid. He hasn’t paid and has got a lawyer onto it, as he should because what regulation/law has he broken. Never heard of anyone being fined for not being jabbed.

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  12. So Nasa is attempting to return to the moon. Over half a century after we went there multiple times, landing a rocket backwards and driving around in electric cars.

    This time we have the millennials and their obsessive cult like worship of computer. Forget the science and engineering- this is all about getting a black female to the moon.

    I suspect this one could fail.

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  13. THE WAR OF 1812 AT WAL-MART
    Yesterday, I wore a Vietnam Veteran cap to Wal-Mart. There was nothing in particular that I needed at the world’s largest retailer; but, since I retired, trips to “Wally World” to look at the Walmartians is always good for some comic relief. Besides, I always feel pretty normal after seeing some of the people that frequent the establishment. But, I digress, enough of my psychological fixations.
    While standing in line to check out, a younger guy in front of me, probably in his early thirties, asked, “Are you a Viet Nam Vet?”
    “No,” I replied.
    “Then why are you wearing that cap?”
    “Because I couldn’t find the one from the War of 1812….” I thought it was a snappy retort.
    “The War of 1812, huh?” the Walmartian queried, “When was that?”
    God forgive me, but I couldn’t pass up such an opportunity.
    “1946”, I answered, as straight-faced as possible.
    He pondered my response for a moment and responded, “Why do they call it the War of 1812 if it was in 1946?”
    “It was a Black Op Mission. No one is supposed to know about it.” This was beginning to become fun!
    “Dude! Really?” He exclaimed. “How did you get to do something that COOOOL?”
    I glanced furtively around me for effect, leaned toward the guy and in a low voice said, “I’m not sure. I was the only Caucasian on the mission.”
    “Dude,” he was really getting excited about what he was hearing, “that is seriously awesome! But, didn’t you kind of stand out?”
    “Not really. The other guys were wearing white camouflage.”
    The moron nodded knowingly.
    “Listen man,” I said in a very serious tone, “You can’t tell anyone about this. It’s still classified ‘Top Secret’ and I shouldn’t have said anything.”
    “Oh yeah?” he gave me the ‘don’t threaten me look. . “Like, what’s gonna’ happen if I do?”
    With a really hard look I said, “You have a family, don’t you?
    We wouldn’t want anything to happen to them, would we?”
    The guy gulped, left his basket where it was and fled through the door.
    The lady behind me started laughing so hard I thought she was about to have a heart attack. I just grinned at her. After checking out and going to the parking lot, I saw dimwit leaning in a car window talking to a young woman.
    Upon catching sight of me, he started pointing excitedly in my direction. Giving him another ‘deadly’ serious look, I made the ‘I see you’ gesture. He turned kind of pale, jumped in the car and sped out of the parking lot.
    And these people VOTE!
    What a great time! Tomorrow I’m going back, wearing my Homeland Security cap.
    Then the next day I will go to the driver’s license bureau wearing my Border Patrol hat, and see how long it takes to empty the place.
    Whoever said retirement is boring? You just need to wear the right kind of cap!
    See you guys at Wal-Mart!! 😜🤫🤫

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  14. Chantelle today.
    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=504961041467170

    In this in-depth interview series with Kirsten Murfitt of NZLSOS, we highlight the key points and outline the crucial yet-to-be-answered questions from Kirsten’s excellent Open Letter to Parliament, which she penned on 22 July 2022. Here is Part 3.
    You can download, read and share Kirsten’s letter here: https://docdro.id/XhkeZ0H
    You can read her OIA request from August, 2021 here: https://docdro.id/Aar4Uzv
    Please utilise the steps involved at the end of the interview in order to put pressure on the government to answer our important questions – The 3 main questions are:

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