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  1. The things i do so rich snobs can eat a fancy steak…
    Loading cattle in the early hours to keep stress at a minimum and lower the ph of their meat.
    Cindy will be stoked, nutha couple hundred methane emitters no longer causing expensive storms and catastrophic sea level rise!
    Meanwhile to offset those cattle emissions disapearing the boney one will burn many hundreds of tons of jet fuel to go see a penguin and a fully vaccinated moron at scott base, why? Just cuz she can and to get her jet fuel fix for the week.

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    • Sorry Brig, you cannot blame the family for the sins of one of their lot. My whole New Zealand ( I love saying that) family, (My English ones did not take the jab at all and are against it) have been jabbed and they have all been really really sick over this winter. I heard from one yesterday that not only has she lost 4kg but went to the Dr and its an ‘airborne virus’….. Me, nothing not a flue, cough not a single virus thing, But if you listened to them all, you would think the jab was the best thing in this universe and could even be the next. Maybe people got at him (the solicitor) and made him feel the bastard that he was, who knows. It is NEVER the jabs fault.

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      • That’s from me Kea, think you are being a bit unfair with your description of Diana – how about starting off with naive. I would think the manipulation came from the other side. Perhaps she fought fire with fire.
        naive
        adjective
        (of a person or action) showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement.
        FJA

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        • Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, cheated on, denigrated, manipulated, told her place in life was a baby factory, while her husband can go on sowing his wild oats. The saying “Lie back and think of England”, is a saying, not an instructing manual. It’s abuse. It show’s character that she fought back.

          Some men learn never to tempt that fate, some never learn, and suffer accordingly.

          And it works the other way around too.

          And it works at a country level too. NZ is being abused and manipulated. Many of the left voting woke women (and men) who kept this govt in power in 2020 need to grow a Diana pair and have this govt sorely regret what they have done. Instead they lie back, spread their legs and believe the lies.

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            • But in what sequence?

              If your husband was emotionally unavailable and spending time with the ex soon into the marriage, and you were emotionally neglected except to “do your duty” how long would it be before sought some love and company?

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              • I think Harry is quite like Diana. They are very needy types. Charles is weak and the palace shouldn’t have pushed for the marriage. However unlike a lot of women who are jilted by their spouses and most left in sever hardship. Diana had a lot of privileges. She loved taking her sons on holidays and to theme parks. Had plenty of babysitters so she was able to enjoy her many suitors. We all remember her wonderful charity work. But she could still live in the comfort and style when she wasn’t working.
                Was happy to bear all to the press if it suited.
                She wasn’t the ‘Blessed Virgin’ I think she was the beginnings of the ‘Woke’ culture.
                I just think she lacked morals. I wouldn’t want my children to learn that I slept around. To me It is vital to teach your children values primarily by your example.

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        • Nah, disagree, I think she really loved Charles and was used by the Firm, once the duty of providing an heir had been achieved , she was dispensable. I would have developed psychological issues if I was treated like that. Look she was no saint, but neither was Charles. The big question was how much did Liz know, and how much did she tacitly approve of?

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          • Or had a romanticized view of marriage, a real fairy tale with a Princess and Prince charming and everything.

            Monarchy always needs heirs, if we look at history that end has been brutal. Diana did not come from outside of that system.

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            • Or had a romanticized view of marriage…

              I disagree. I believe she took her formal marriage vows seriously, and didn’t expect her husband to be whispering “sweet nothings” or playing “hide the sausage” with someone else.

              Marriage is a commitment, which Charles didn’t have any intention of keeping. Just as he has no intention of being loyal to the people of the Commonwealth, UK. His loyalties are with Klaus and WEF.

              If Diana hadn’t jumped ship over his self-righteous entitlement to break his marriage vows, and she had lived, I doubt that she would have agreed with his allegiance to Klaus. She loved children and I suspect she would have viewed the treasonous vaccines as injecting mini land mines into children.

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        • I don’t agree with her or Harry’s wokeness, and that is their personalities. I have always suspected however, that Harry’s split from royalty, had reasons we do not understand.

          The way his mother was treated by Charles, and condoned by the royal family would make one want to get out, especially if you thought there was foul play. And even more especially if you found out your father was philosophically aligned to Klaus and WEF, and involuntary population control.

          And who knows, if he started to fall out of line and question certain things about Diana’s death and his fathers allegiance to WEF while he was “in the fold” , he may have been made aware that “actions have consequences”.

          I don’t think for a moment that we know the entire story of the reason for Harry’s pull away from the Monarchy. It is all conjecture. But I get the impression that a part of Harry’s impetus to leave was generated by fear.

          I think it only normal to wake up, recoil, and “move out of home”, when you discover your father is aligned to a maniacal dictator hell bent on the “great reset” which consists of reducing the population of the world and enslaving those that remain.

          Down ticks for Harry over his wokeness, upticks for distancing himself from Charles’s “great reset bullshit”.

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          • I can recommend you take a couple of days to read two Tom bower biographies – revenge (regarding harry and Megan) and rebel prince …. Charles was completely unfit to be a parent of any child .. worth reading!!! You may think harry and Megan have issues , Charles is next level! Enjoy

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  2. https://www.skynews.com.au/opinion/rita-panahi/accountability-needed-from-bureaucrats-who-needlessly-destroyed-so-many-lives-during-covid/video/d32580de41962f90c9f332ae54e14d27

    We need accountability from politicians and public health bureaucrats who “needlessly destroyed so many lives” by playing politics and “choosing to ignore the full impact of their policies”, says Sky News host Rita Panahi.

    Ms Panahi labelled the new review into Australia’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic a “captain obvious report”.

    The report was funded by Andrew Forrest’s Minderoo Foundation, the Paul Ramsay Foundation and the John and Miriam Wylie Foundation and argued governments were making decisions in a “fog of uncertainty” and that “significant mistakes were made”.

    “Now, to be clear, I’m not disputing any of the conclusions reached in the Fault Lines review, just pointing out that we don’t need academics and social influencers to state the bleeding obvious,” Ms Panahi said.

    “We don’t need more captain obvious reports, what we need is a reckoning.

    “If there are no real consequences for those who contributed to this period of madness then we’re at risk of having the entire catastrophe repeated the next time there’s a new virus that’s more virulent than the flu.”

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  3. Looks like good weather for the weekend for the first time in living memory. Time to start preparing for the influx of tourists. Avoid the supermarket at all costs it will be stripped by lunchtime and as usual only one checkout will be open. Might hit the bottle shop early today and avoid the pub. At least the place might wake up a bit for a change.

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    • I remember for years – in Christchurch – there was an annual Labour Party picnic on Labour Day Monday. How do I know, because almost every year it would be on the 3ZB cancellations announcements because of rain.
      FJA

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    • Tourists? Where they going to go? Rotorua, once the Mecca of NZ tourism is a dangerous dump, and Queenstown is bloody expensive, and expensive to get to. I have watched a once fantastic country for tourism get destroyed by the Mad Queen in five short years. Sure there are places to go to, but the roads are fucked, the rail network is a joke, and the illusion of low crime is gone, especially in Hori controlled areas.

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  4. Betty and Barbie, two blonde sisters had promised their uncle they would bury him at sea when he died. Their uncle had been a seafaring gentleman all his life and it was to be his final wish. Of course, in due time, he did pass away and the two blondes kept their promise.
    They cast off from Fort Lauderdale with their uncle all stitched up in a burial bag and loaded onto his rowboat. After rowing for quite some time, Betty says, ‘Do you think we’re out far enough?’
    Barbie slips over the side and almost immediately says, ‘No, this will never do — the water is only up to my chest.’
    So they row on some more, and Barbie slips over the side once again and disappears. Quite a bit of time goes by while Barbie is under water and poor Betty is really getting worried. Suddenly, Barbie breaks the surface, gasping for breath.
    ‘Well is it deep enough yet, Sis?’ Betty inquires.
    ‘Yes, finally! Hand me the shovel.’

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    • Little Johnny’s dad is going away for a few days so he sits Johnny down and says “you look after your mom while I’m away Johnny as she is a little bit distracted at the moment ok” ?
      Johnny agrees .
      4 days later dad comes home and asks Johnny how his mum had been, ” not good dad she damn near died one night ” what happened Johnny dad asked , well I was asleep one night and woke to mum screaming in pain so I rushed into her bedroom and found her thrashing around on the bed yelling God I’m coming, God I’m coming and if Uncle dave hadn’t have been holding her down I reckon she’d have gone..

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  5. They are not the average 11 year olds.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/10/idea-of-putting-youth-offenders-in-ankle-bracelets-breaks-my-heart-national-mp-erica-stanford-says.html
    ACT leader David Seymour announced the policy earlier this year, saying his party wanted to see more consequences for young people who committed serious offences – including ram raids.

    On Thursday, Police Minister Chris Hipkins indicated in Parliament putting ankle bracelets on ram raiders wasn’t off the table.

    But Stanford, National’s Education spokesperson, didn’t believe ankle bracelets were the answer.

    “I, and the National Party, are not wanting to see 11-year-olds with ankle bracelets,” she told AM on Friday. “Firstly, I think we need to look at how we got here and these kids are so far away from the education system because we’ve done nothing over the last years to keep them attached.

    “We’re going to whack an ankle bracelet on them? I mean, it just breaks my heart that we’re even talking about this,” Stanford said.

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    • The unintended consequences of banning anything that might stop the Covid-19 flu, and the vaccine sales.

      Ivermectin which has been standard treatment since the 1980’s, and easily prescribed by your GP.

      As tablets, Sklice cream, or Solantra cream.

      But now, as it would cure Covid-19, and prevent the proliferation of the organisms in the vaccine you have to jump through hoops, and you have to go to skin specialist at a cost of hundreds or thousands of dollars, with up to six or nine months wait for an appointment, and even if they prescribe the two creams, almost all pharmacies can’t get it.

      Banning Ivermectin is straight out abuse.

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  6. We have been up to New Plymouth for a couple of days. Plenty of signs on the way saying “National will repeal 3 waters and replace it ” What does the REPLACE bit mean ? Replace it with what Nudenut? Just commit to repealing it, you idiot, or are you just going to rebrand it?

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  7. A Race Baiters point of view.

    “Māori on average die seven years younger than Pākehā and suffer higher rates of disease often at an earlier age. Income disparities lead to lower rates of home ownership, which feed into fewer savings or a lower KiwiSaver balance.”

    “This is what I see is the inability of the system to recognise Māori when they retire. We see them as winding down and that’s a Pākehā system of interpreting retirement.

    “In actual fact, they’re winding up.

    The reason Maori Health and subsequent retirement is not flash is easy to observe in action. Just stand by a checkout counter at any supermarket throughout the country and look at the expensive shit food and shit snack foods these people buy in bulk. It is in their hands to look after themselves. It seems they just can’t be bothered too.

    But what makes me laugh is that nearly all these Maori, that Paora Stanley claims, die early, that like him, have a large percentage of European blood in them. Does not, that European blood help them live longer or does the Colonial European blood they possess. get overwhelmed by Maori blood, thereby the European side of them also dies early because of the owner of the blood’s, poor food and lifestyle choices?

    Why do these people like Paora Stanley, not get off their overpaid fat arse, stop Race Baiting and educate (“their people”) into better eating and lifestyle choices so that they may live longer, or is Race Baiting the easier option?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/10/retirement-policies-not-working-for-tangata-whenua-report-suggests.html

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  8. The mule tooth communist is off to Antartica for a week. Just enough time to add to her excessive carbon footprint and give the royal hand bag holder an opportunity to slip his chain and check out the local talent.

    Must not forget the useless thug Mallard who only survived because Ardern was too gutless to bring him into line. I guess he will be in his element brawling in Irish pubs.

    I have heard an interesting beltway rumour that Ardern will read the tea leaves prior to the election and hand the tarnished crown over to the robbers son.

    Must admit it’s quite satisfying hearing my rabid left wing associates completely rubbishing the looney left.

    FJA

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    • TJF, with her great scientific knowledge, Ardern, the International Travelling Bag of Teeth, is going to Antartica to investigate what has happened to the hole in the Ozone layer, which was hovering over Antartica. This, as you recall, was going to cause shit loads of grief and no doubt was one of the instigators for Ardern declaring a “Climate Emergency”.

      FJA

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  9. Yesterday Groundswell 🇳🇿 🇳🇿 🚜🚜 were circulating around the main street and it was great to have official recognition of the New Zealand Government Land Wars on the current farmers by the Waipa [Te Awamutu] District Council. 🙂 🙂 🙂

    … Flag’s commemorating the New Zealand Land Wars will be on display throughout October.
    https://www.teawamutunews.nz/2022/10/flags-recognise-land-wars/

    The continuing New Zealand Land Wars by 3 waters, emission controls & taxes, by arbitrary unreasonable rules, regulations, taxes by NZ government. etc..

    Some one should move in Council that they appreciate the support given to Groundswell by that council. 🙂
    A mix of ethnic, cultures seemed to be in support of the Protest. 🙂

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    • The worst crime being “cultural appropriation”, as if crediting the iwi.
      All done out in the open showing the Council using rate payers funds for subversive activities.
      Are they the start of terrorist activity? as they seem willing to align to it.

      Compared to the cultural significance of takarangi
      https://www.google.com/search?q=takarangi&rlz=1C1GGRV_enNZ751NZ751&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
      There seems to be no real connection.

      The blurb is about it connecting the 4 rivers, but it seems to be ‘nasty’ controlling way of either drowning people or dehydrating the people.

      A good controlled timing of open letters to the Editor, Council, to first get that “kindly” reaction as they start digging a hole for themselves, then expose their controlling ways of pushing oppression.

      The problem is sun & night as appreciated by many in many eastern places,
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika
      There is no mention or connection to Poly- Oceania. 🙂

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    • I went to the Auckland one with the former President of Federated Farmers, Owen Jennings. There was a great turnout as well as plenty of supporters along the way. Anyone else go to a Groundswell protest?

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    • CB:—- Thanks to every one who were able to attend.
      Many People on the street also gave good acknowledgements,

      I heard a comment, that “this time” Groundswell wants every one to “play nice”.
      It seems to be doing more in depth planning for the next one.
      Trust it is well targeted and focused on the ones that are causing the unraveling of New Zealand.

      Either way, we know that Ardern’s government has been gearing up, that is deliberate in its ruthlessness, so confrontation will build up.
      Interesting see the broad front, like on Avi Yemini, commented on just below, Leighton Baker & dropping charges, shifting goal posts, to get people to comply in the many small fears that are govern-mentally created.

      The control in media, the language, “Land Wars” Health, Education, Police, Judiciary, which bring in rules, regulations, best practices, codes of practice, along with fines, levies, penalties, gaol, suppression of charges, no bail, censorship, data passports, ID, etc.. digital money, etc..

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    • What are all those ‘advisers’ paid for?
      I would think that something like that would come under no surprises.
      Mind you no-one advised Winston and he was surprised.

      If the PM knows nothing then who is pulling her strings?

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      • Oh I thought they got the retirement pension just as soon as they reached school leaving age, I was going to say left school but most don’t show up so that would have been pointless. I knew a guy who was on the unemployment benefit and couldn’t wait to reach 65. Then he got the pension and was gutted that before on the unemployment ,he received so much more in his bank each fortnight. So it might be cheaper to give them the pension rather than unemployment.

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    • Leofric, they have the same opportunity as you or I to live a long, fruitful and healthy life if they want to. All have a far proportion of European or other blood, so at best are mongrels like the most of us.

      If they so choose to eat unhealthy food and live an unhealthy lifestyle don’t come to me looking to get an early pension, just fuck off and look after yourself like the rest of us.

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  10. LOL

    From RT.News

    Russian Monopoly Means US Nuclear Plans Cannot ‘Pass Go’

    Washington’s plans for a new generation of carbon-cutting nuclear plants could bomb, as the fuel they need is only produced by a Russian company – and now the US may need to dip into its weapons-grade uranium stocks to fuel the reactors.

    Power plant developers “are not comfortable” using Russian suppliers in a stance against the Ukraine conflict, says Terra Power director Jeff Navin.

    His objections come despite the need for HALEU, a low-enriched uranium, being “critical”, as per the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

    So combined with Taiwan’s chip production, the USA couldhave problems ( If the shit hits the fan in Taiwan)

    Nothing like relying on stuff from overseas, and then pissing on the friendship…..

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  11. The Green crybaby from Dunedin says that the city’s relationship with “mana whenua” was the single most important political relationship for council to maintain. NO IT IS FUCKING NOT. The most important relationship for council to maintain is the one with its ratepayers. Bugger the bloody mana whenua.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/local-government/130230655/aaron-hawkins-likens-losing-the-dunedin-mayoralty-to-a-very-public-divorce

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    • Labour MP – Don’t care. Throw the book at her……

      I still think the obsession of charging everyone who causes an accident is overkill. Sure, if you are drunk, driving recklessly, texting, having sex, but sometimes you may be checking the rear view or side mirror, or adjusting air flow, you take your eyes off the road for a split second, and the car in front stops dead…. , or the vehicle is in a blindspot, or sun glare. I have experienced all these things, fortunately, I have quick reflexes and very good periferal vision and I have never had a nose to tail or run a pedestrian over ( in sun glare crossing a street – ) and obviously I am not referring to the major issues above. Accidents happen. Its life and there is little point in making more misery for people who are already suffering from the consequences. And any fines should go to people affected, NOT the fucking state.

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  12. Just came up highway 1 heaps of traffic but moving well , shot up the passing lane by the Waipu golf course and suddenly everything slows right down. Signs up saying ” Event ” and 50 km signs everywhere. Turns out it’s one of those police wakawhateverthefuck rest stops heavily disguised as a bottleneck and a total disaster for traffic. There is heaps of room on the side of the road there, the whole slow down thing and the obligatory 20 losers in high viz was a complete waste of time. Where do these wankers get their ideas from? How much did it cost? FJA.

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    • It is not the first land based farm ! There is already at least one farm in the power station canals and there is/was one near Pui Pui springs near Motueka which started in the 1970s, by the pioneer of salmon farming in NZ. ( I’m not sure if it is still there, but if so it will be part of King Salmon Ltd.)

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  13. We were told by Hipkins that the vax. mandates were to be removed yesterday…seems that does not apply to employees of Health NZ who will not be reemploying mandated staff at any of their hospitals….”In the meantime, the current policies across the motu will remain in place, with an expectation that all new staff will be up to date with their vaccinations before they join Te Whatu Ora”

    I don’t have a link, the above information from a NFFNZ Nurses Collective Telegram account.

    In the mean time, the Good Lady has taken on a new nursing job with a private health company that is now not concerned with unvaxed staff…she was supposed to be doing orientation/induction for it over the last couple of days but the fully vaxed nurse taking it has been off with covid.

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      • WG..
        Thanks Waikato Girl…she had been working for an NGO since February talking by phone to people who had reported their positive covid test results to the MOH report line and ascertaining the severity of their symptoms for medical follow up. A bloody interesting book could be written of her interaction with these ‘sick’ people….that job finished a couple of weeks ago when I think the government must have conceded the reporting system was a joke. Over the entire time that she had been working, she had spoken to only two unvaccinated people with covid,,.

        I suspect the probable reason for that is that no self respecting Pure Blood was going to report to a govt department that they had caught the coof and hadn’t bought into the lie that it was anything more than a common cold.

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  14. A few weeks ago we were discussing the jab and how it does not stop transmission. Mention was made of an OIA request to Medsafe ( by Toko, I think) and a copy was posted or a link to it. Did anyone save it or could they point me in the right direction? thanks.

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  15. Can confirm the covid Nazi’s are still at the main door of the hospital.
    3 times in the last few weeks have been in and not been asked. Not today though, so I guess they ave all been told to man the doors and harras the people who pay their wages.

    Wear a bloody mask, which I detest.
    But once inside masks seem to have been mislaid.

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  16. We have a medical crisis. Now NZQA have come out and said that if a student gets sick for an exam, or gets covid, they have to get a medical certificate “THAT DAY”. Are they fucking insane?

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  17. “The Government has set new literacy, numeracy, Te Reo Matatini (Māori language literacy), and pāngarau (Māori language numeracy) standards that will need to be taken alongside NCEA.”

    What the fuck is maori numeracy?

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    • The good thing is that the arseholes who used to hide away will have to do so in a bush hut or a tent. They will still hide there.

      Deer and Possums will over run the place as they did in the 70’s. Pigs will also go out of control and I never saw Maori boys hunting deer but they did chase the pigs. Never ever saw a Maori boy upthe hills trapping and skinning possums.

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  18. Ross12
    Your request for that OIA release is a bit concerning. I had screen shotted it so I was able to get the MOH ref number and the date, 10 September 2021, as when it was written.
    If you go to the https://www.health.govt.nz/about-ministry/information-releases/responses-official-information-act-requests, site a query on the ref number is a no match.
    For the release to have been made on 10/09/21, the request would have been made in August. It doesn’t show up in the releases for either August or September which means it was never loaded onto the site or it has since been removed.

    My screen shot only took in the text of the reply and I never got the documents address…If you locate this OIA can you let me know…thanks.

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  19. Ross12
    I went to the links on the MOH amended OIA release that you posted showing that there was some degree of transmission protection from the shot..,,findings made by Public Health Scotland, the same outfit that in investigating postnatal deaths in Scotland are not interested in knowing the vax status of the mothers…I’ll pass on what they have to say about the shot reducing transmission.

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    • Toko
      I did not buy what they had in the subsequent letter. Trumped up studies like many others at the behest of Pfizer.

      I have become so cynical that I would not be surprised to learn, later on, the admission in Brussels was deliberate so they can come out with another jab, that they test to show it stops transmission and therefore get everyone to take another jab, even if it is 1-2 years down the track.

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  20. Eight charities and schools in Wellington and the Chatham Islands are the recipients of a just-under $24,000 donation from Labour’s Rongotai MP and failed Wellington mayoral candidate Paul Eagle as part of a pre-election pledge.

    Eagle, who finished third behind outgoing mayor Andy Foster and winner Tory Whanau in the election, took three months leave from Parliament in July to campaign for mayor and promised to donate his Parliamentary salary for the period to charity.

    Last week he confirmed that the after-tax amount of $23,994 would be donated to eight organisations…

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/130253264/schools-and-charities-receive-former-mayoral-candidate-paul-eagles-24k-donation?dicbo=v2-ec1576bd04b651126021a5bc11cedc45

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