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    • Morning, have a lively day as well!

      Edit: Meant to be lovely, but qwerty happened. Lively is good as well.

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    • yes I agree, I despised the way the EU tried to control everything.
      The trick is will Boris be able to remain in power till October.
      His margin is very low

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      • They are basically on holiday until October. A little bit of a gap towards the end of the period but not enough to do anything.
        There is a Court case that is meant be going “through the process” that argues that the UK actually left at the end of March –the original leave date. Some high powered legal minds agree with the argument. I’m not sure where it is at in the process.

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        • UK Parliament re convenes early September but timetabling of motions etc is in the hands of the Europhile Speaker Bercow although Rees Mogg as house leader has influence so its problematic for a no confidence motion to happen and create a situation were an election can be held and a new Govt formed before 31/10 after which failing a deal the UK will leave the EU. The fixed term parliament act appears to allow past precedents to apply but its not certain and ultimately the Royal assent is required for legislation so constitutionally if a exit agreement that did not have the PMs approval was forced the Queen is constitutionally bound to follow the advice of her PM so such legislation could still be killed off. I suspect that Boris will push very hard for a FTA by 1/10/2019 as Rees Mogg made clear to the EU or a deal acceptable to all (Doubtful) so a no deal exit is a distinct possibility. Merkel is shitting bricks over a no deal and the damage it would do to the car industry in German unless a no tariff arrangement was agreed and the Spectre of Donald imposing Tariffs, presenting a large Nato bill, moving US troops to Poland and Deutsche Bank failing any of which would devastate Germanany which is teetering on recession. There is good info on http://www.order-order.com but noting recent on the Court case.

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    • You probably have it written down somewhere, but you have so many sites I wouldn’t even know where to begin to look.

      I’m curious and I’ll never know if I don’t bloody well ask. When / while you are going through the transitioning period, do you find yourself subject to much discrimination?

      If it’s not something you’re comfortable talking about, ignore me – but if you do have a link that would tell me more about the experience, I’d love to read about it, please.

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  1. “If Allah wills it, Allah willed it, praise [thanks] be to Allah”, yeah right!
    A controlling fear of allah, for Mohammad’s gain.

    “The Scientific Mistakes of the Quran”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yMD99gyr14&feature=youtu.be
    Apostate Prophet;- Published on Jul 6, 2019;- 58 mins 50 secs

    About 1 minute per allah’s claim of the 60 issues.
    He will later produce video’s showing an in-depth disclaimer on each of allah’s scientific knowledge.

    Sort of simple, as it probably is trying to show things to a muslim’s mind, that the koran shows allah has got it all wrong. 🙂

    —————

    However the risk is that, in our judicial system complying with sharia, as it incrementally is, like “no court days” on Friday for Brenton Tarrant, and to change the court dates so the hearings do not conflict with Ramadan, as is being asked by for by some muslims.
    Then further loss of “free speech” will also occur, then this video and ourselves would be banned talking or explaining anything contrary to the koran.

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  2. Dunno about the unicorn not being real it looks very much like the mad queen every time she opens her stoopid mouth

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  3. I hope this is not being released now to take the heat out of the Labour Sex Assaults by a Senior Labour staffer out of the Prime Ministers Office.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/115111805/new-rules-aim-to-stamp-out-inappropriate-workplace-behaviour-for-public-servants
    People on blogs need to make sure that these allegations out of the Prime Ministers Office are kept in the news as any sexual assault should be and because Labour lead the Government even more so as justice has be seen not swept under the carpet.

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    • Among the swivel eyed loons that support her & Labours rape culture this will be seen as doing something among the growing list of victims not so much, this will only be the start of the deflections to come i think we all know that as well

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    • You can also ask you mps via email what is happening.
      I have done this on other subjects and got very long replies.
      You have to be polite and ask a serious, definite question, and they have to reply!

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    • Of course it it. You will see 6 to 12 months of inquiry, working geoups and referrals, then it will be election time and they’ll have shuffled it under the carpet. Like Labour does every time.

      Or maybe we’ll see a retrospective law change soon. That’s another trick they use.

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    • Well if you are going to believe in a god he or she might as well be an ass kicking god that enjoys wiping out or subjugation of an entire world’s population except for the chosen few, a lot like how socialism plays out in the real world with our very own deity trying to lead us down the same path

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    • Your god sounds like a sook i have a deep interest in Egyptian history so i chose Osiris as mine following the lord and judge of the underworld sounds like a lot more fun than all that love thy neighbour crap

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  4. A man walked into a bar on a slow night and sat down. After a few minutes, the bartender asked him if he wanted a drink.
    He replied, “No thanks. I don’t drink. I tried it once but I didn’t like it.”
    So the bartender said, “Well, would you like a cigarette?”
    But the man said, “No thanks. I don’t smoke. I tried it once but I didn’t like it.”
    The bartender asked him if he’d like to play a game of pool, and again the man said, “No thanks. I don’t like pool. I tried it once but I didn’t like it.
    As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t be here at all, but I’m waiting for my son.”
    The bartender said, “I’m guessing he’s an only child then.

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  5. So Labour want to change the rules for maori, do they not catch, so they can’tb e sent to prison, let them out early, or what?
    Radical new thinking would be don’t do the crime! But oh no, that warrior gene again!
    It’s strange with the breeding how the whitey bloodline is bypassed and the thick as raises to the surface in a lot of them.

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  6. https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/property/115124691/concerns-new-guidelines-for-landlords-wont-protect-tenants
    “They cannot ask for current expenses or rent paid previously, employment history, or nationality”
    Nationality ? well that is probably going to become quite relevant when they rock up to view the apartment as if any landlord these days is thick enough to state in public who they prefer as tenants i mean imagine the audacity of someone that owns their own home deciding who should live there absolute bastards

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    • Awful Marama Davidson wants to ban landlords from “no fault” evictions. Be as feral as you like, wreck the place etc, but the State will force private homeowners to put up with them. It is unbelievable how f*cking stupid and out of touch with reality people like her are.

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      • It’s working out well m8 i only know one person renting out their own house now the rest have gone B & B, i had a flat advertised close to me last week there would have been 50-70 people mulling around outside & this is in Invers, but hey we now have 300 Colombians that got housed quite easily so it might just be my imagination that our housing market is fkd

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        • It is that bad. I don’t blame landlords at all for being super picky in today’s market. I’ve got a million pets, so I’d be screwed if trying to find another rental. I’m lucky to have an affordable place with an awesome landlord.

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    • Nationality
      A landlord should be able to decide who they have living in THIER property.
      Eg Gang members, hookers, muslims, indians, drug dealers.

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    • More rentals off the market then. I wonder where they’re parking all the cars they’re sleeping in now, after Jacinda’s Immaculate Conception removed all of them from public view in one night.

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      • Landlord on Magic radio: when renters apply have to provide copies of bank accounts. Rent arrears and too many visits to KFC eliminates application from being successful tenant

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      • First Open Home last w/e. 25 waiting at gate, and 90 ‘groups’ signed in, in 45 minutes. Wellington (Miramar) in the $700k range. Ex -rental.

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  7. It is impossible to lower the prison population without simply lowering the bar. That is exactly what Kelvin is up to. Encouraging decent behavior and looking in the damn mirror never occurs to them.

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    • The bar cannot get any lower!
      How many criminals are doing family conferences, or community service or on home D?
      Build the prisons and they will come!

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      • Kelvin’s millions would build lots of extra cells, no doubt! I’ve got my own ideas on how to reduce the prison population….

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  8. “Our preliminary findings suggest that many fuel companies are earning returns on investment that are higher than what we would consider a reasonable return to be,” it said.

    Wait for Labour to start beating the petrol companies with their stupidity stick. It’s a good opportunity to deflect from the PM’s dwindling popularity and the two sexual scandals she’s mismanaging.

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    • “many fuel companies”
      How many are there? 10, 20 ? (oh 5)
      As Mike Hoskings said the Commerce Commision let Z buy Caltex, thats one less!

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    • And the Prime Ministers heavy handed approach was to say ” they have never opened their books before so we will have to force them to.” What a great way to start your business discussion , inform the public first.

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      • The only way for socialist Cindy to gain control of the petrol companies is nationalise them. A Marxists wet dream.

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    • The Government is earning returns on fuel higher than what I would consider a reasonable return to be.

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  9. I saw Kelvin Davis on Queer and A last night with Jack sniveling, sickly white liberal apologist Tane.
    To be fair, he said he is the minster of corrections, and therefore his focus is on reducing re-offending.
    That is fair….
    But you are not going to do it by teaching Maori culture.
    Not once did he mention trade training, or maths and english to help them when they get out.
    Or any other ways of making them into better citizens.

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    • Jack sniveling, sickly white liberal apologist Tane

      On Fair Go last night, the male host commented he couldn’t open jars. I was busy playing with the dogs, and looked up, expecting to see Jack Tane. It wasn’t, but damn – you’d expect it of him. If ever there has been a limp, soyboy, that’s one.

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      • WTF why would you admit that in public oh thats right men (according to our limp wristed media males) are supposed to be all in touch with their emotions able to expose their weaknesses and all that other “brave” shit the feminist hags on the left expect of their emasculated men, i would have gas axed the damn thing open before admitting defeat over a bloody jar lid

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        • Exactly! That jar will have an M1 Abrahams on it before admit defeat. And even then it will be a strategic withdrawal to find bigger tools.

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      • Easy, just give the side of the tight lid a good tap on the bench and voola! Works every time. ?

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    • Isn’t (modern) Maori culture the reason they are in there to begin with? Ever seen Once Were Warriors Kelvin? Hello!!

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    • I see he will be giving all Maori Prisoners weekend leave to be with their ‘Whanau’. (‘Whanau’in Maori Culture also apparently includes the Bros down at the Gang Pad remember?)
      No way that could end badly…

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    • So why is no-one asking the question:-
      These kids were required to be at skool for at least 10 years.
      “What were they doing if they did not learn Maths and English then? ”

      If they were not able to learn this in 200 days a year therefore 2000 days of skooling, then why would they be able to learn now?
      I guess we get the ‘going to skool hungry’ crap rolled out but on the other hand if Social Welfare try to sort out the kids in bad homes they get bollocked out as has been happening for the last two months.

      Then where is the money going if not on food? This hiding behind ‘high rent’ is crapola.
      We know the money is going on ciggies, tatts, booze, gambling, drugs, bluebird chips etc truth be told.
      There is no desire to fix it and Kelvin Davis is a low IQ thug and part of a Coalition of Liars so truth is not on their radar.
      Oh yeah, and Davis was a skool headmaster for years. Did he not focus on education. Yeah, Nah. Typical Northland Maori. The women are bolshie as hell so he would have been told what to do by them and he would have sat in his office and signed off what was put in front of him.
      A Post Turtle.

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  10. How much of the protectionism of Jacinda is due to her self confessed mental health issues? God forbid that a white middle-aged man should tip her over.

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  11. Much is being made (in Britain at least) of the so called funniest joke at the Edinburgh Fringe. This has prompted a whole slew of much funnier jokes among them:

    I apparently “offended” a Jehovah’s Witness this morning by going to the door completely naked.
    The fact that I knew where she lived appeared to scare her the most.
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    I was at the gym the other day when I put my finger in a hole in my trainer.
    She complained.
    I’m in court next week.
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    Yesterday was a bit of a strange day!
    First, I found a hat full of money and then I was chased by an angry man with a guitar.
    —————————-
    I went to see a house yesterday with period features – she hates me calling her that.
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    • And this one:

      I woke up to go to the toilet in the middle of the night and I noticed
      a guy who looked like a Syrian refugee, sneaking through my next door neighbour’s garden.
      Suddenly my neighbour came from nowhere and smacked him
      over the head with a shovel killing him instantly.
      He then dug a grave and put the body in it and covered it.
      Astonished I got back into bed.
      My wife said, “You are shaking, what is it? “You’ll never believe what I’ve just seen,” I said, “that c**t next door still has my shovel.

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      • What’s the definition of mixed emotions?
        Watching your mother in law drive off a cliff in your new BMW.

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  12. Just got a call from the vet- Kitty’s bollocks are now removed and he is recovering fine. Why do I feel so terrible?

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    • I You won’t feel responsible for the little rascal spreading his seed round the neighbourhood moggies.

      Speaking of cats, any suggestions on preventing neighbours cat using our puddy tats cat flap? Tom from next door nonchalantly pops in to our house I discovered last night. ?

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      • You’ll need one of those electronic collars. They work, but cats are infamous for getting rid of their collars.

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      • He beats up my retrievers just for fun. They are petrified of him! Time to cool all that Tomcat nonsense before one of them loses an eye and costs me big $$$.

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      • Wg I once had a problem with a cat getting in the garage and marking everywhere. Saw it one day and followed it in, shutting the door behind.
        Spent several minutes chasing it around the garage flicking near it with an old teatowel I grabbed from the rag bag. I had no intention of harming the animal, but I conveyed the message clearly that my garage was not its safe space. When it looked suitably uncomfortable, I opened the door and let it out – never saw it on the property again, let alone inside.

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          • Yep hose it down. They don’t like that. Get some cat off spray from Mega and mix it in the water as well. Just don’t fire it all around your kitchen.

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      • If your cat(s) are microchipped, you can get the doors that only open for the right microchip(s). That’s why we have done.

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  13. Our skinny bean pole PM was on TV last night.

    Her hair stylist must be taking the piss as the tightly brushed back hair accentuates her wing nut mouse ears.

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    • Didn’t see it, but surely anything is better that horrible unbrushed not-very-clean spaniel ear look she goes in for so she can waggle her hair when she waggles her head.

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    • If you ever needed evidence of how much a politician can lie, even to themselves, these comments from Chloe Swarbrick should be sufficient:

      Swarbrick said she has no overlapping portfolios with him, and therefore doesn’t have a lot to do with him. But she described New Zealand First MPs as generally “honest”, “upfront”, and “genuine and decent people”.

      And if that wasn’t enough:

      But in the next sentence, Swarbrick revealed she doesn’t “identify with any style of politics that isn’t earnest, straight up and what’s best for folks and who we’re supposed to represent”.

      Chloe, I hate to break it to you but not only the party, but also the coalition you represent are the exact antitheses of what you identify with. They are not earnest, they are duplicitous. They are not straight up, they are conniving and crooked. They don’t do what is best for people, they do what is best for their international profiles and what gets them the most press.

      How the fuck could you think otherwise, you poor, demented child?

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    • As a deep southerner that has spent many days & nights in Fiordland i would happily nominate the Kea as a beautiful fun loving pain in the ass they will take anything shiny, strip the rubber seals & aerials from your car and shit on it while looking you in the eye (trigger warning) at least they arnt obsessed with the joos like other Keas we know

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  14. This is an interesting take on why the big US corporates are making this statement about social responsibility.

    It is like how the corporates use the environmental groups in their competition battles –the gas guys help fund the environmental group to demonise their competition, the coal companies. The environmental groups are too stupid to realise they are being used.

    In this case the Democrats are too stupid to realise they are being used but I suppose the two have the same end goal but for vastly different reasons.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/08/19/multinational-business-roundtable-now-claims-social-responsibility-more-important-than-profit/#more-168623

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  15. So anyway- A police mate of mine has been doing long hours working the frontline of the Ihumatao trespass.
    He has been spat at, abused and had his family threatened by the feral rabble.
    He finally got a weekend off and went to Eden Park to watch the game on Saturday.-To say he has ‘mixed feelings’ about the All Blacks openly showing support for the Protesters is putting it mildly.
    He is bloody furious.
    If NZ Rugby allow this bullshit from players they will lose support and potentially sponsors…

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    • I wont be watching them again.
      Especially as Steve Hansen says there’s nothing wrong with wearing arm bands.

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    • I’m stunned that DPF seems to be lurching even further to the Left with this.
      I’ve been at sports events where Helen Clark and John Key were loudly jeered- Neither Clark or Key gave a toss.
      Yet little Jacinda is so bloody precious everyone is melting down over it and her followers are calling on bans for booing her/Police action etc etc
      Very,very disappointed Kiwiblog seems to be attacking Freedom of Expression now as well…

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      • To use a quote erroneously attributed to Winston Churchill:
        “If you’re not a liberal when you’re 25, you have no heart.
        If you’re not a conservative by the time you’re 35, you have no brain.”

        Saddens me that DPB appears to have that base over apex.

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        • Ain’t that a fact i was even a member of Greenpeace as a 20 yr old mind you they seemed mostly to be about the environment back then not the corporate bludgers they are today led by that Aussie commie dropkick

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      • Have you considered that his polling company might be bidding for govt work.
        Liarbor may have told him to get on side if he knows whats good for him.

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        • Yes, kiwiblog seems to be a shadow of its former self and the moderation policy slows the whole thing down to a confusing jumble. Some genuine posts are in moderation for two hours and there are too many regular trolls given a lot of leeway imo.
          Guess I don’t have to go there if I don’t like it though, eh…..

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          • I posted on Kiwiblog for almost a decade- It used to be the best blog in NZ.
            DPF wen’t into a rather embarrassing ‘guilt mode’ after the Christchurch Mosque shootings and started lurching to the Left (His ‘We should let ten thousand Muslims into NZ next year’ piece was just freaking bizarre)
            I understand if you don’t post under your own name now you have to wait several hours for moderation?
            Christ- Reactions like that mean that nutcase gunman has already won….

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        • I would be surprised if he was bidding for Govt. work or perhaps I should say allowed to bid given his main contract –it would be too easy for someone to undermine his credibility in the business.

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    • 15th of March. That was when DPF dropped the monniker of fomenting happy mischief and turned around to tongue Jacinda’s bunghole. I cannot believe he’d argue against expressing your dislike of the Prime Minister in one of the few venues where it is not a carefully stage managed event and there is no scope to protest her evil.

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  16. Perhaps the Labour Party could introduce something along these lines to alleviate stress amongst its senior staff & reduce the groping:

    …..”A ‘Sex Toy’ company has hit the headline across the globe by allocating four days annual leave to all its employees to masturbate……….The company instructs its employees to spend these four days for ‘self-love’. “……

    https://m.dailyhunt.in/news/india/english/east+coast+daily+eng-epaper-eeastco/self+love+days+company+give+employees+four+days+leave+to+masturbate-newsid-131614034

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    • ‘Reduce the Groping’??
      For God’s sake man- The unlimited groping of junior staff is the ONLY reason anyone joins the Labour Party…

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    • Labour are to damn cheap for that they just round everyone up & send them to a youth camp supply the grog and wait for their natural left wing tendencies to take over

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  17. I liked Simon Bridges on petrol prices when he said “ the fleecer in chief was Jacinda Adern”. Never a truer statement.

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  18. Also on TV 1 news, Ms Ardern getting told off by a speaker at the Maori king’s coronation celebration (or whatever). She looked as though she was about to burst into tears.
    Not good…….

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    • As a general rule pre-menopausal women don’t figure very highly in the pecking order on the marae.

      Mouth Almighty would be expected to shut her trap & fling the koha around.

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      • From Maggy’s link:

        …..””I will have those conversations and we do have issues as a nation that we need to address, but my approach and that of the Government, is to work in partnership and solve those issues together and on those hard issues I believe we are doing that I will keep being here.””……

        She can’t fucking help herself. It doesn’t matter what issue she’s asked to address. Everything gets answered with “inclusive”, “kind”, meaningless wank.

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        • Just kicking the can down the road with this issue, along with every other issue that arises. They have handed out a lot of taxpayer funds to all their interest groups but what have the COL achieved? Anything??

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          • ……”what have the COL achieved?”……

            From their pov they may have put themselves onside with sufficient no-hopers & bludgers to get re-elected next year.

            Yet gratitude is the shortest lived human emotion.

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        • Heather 2+3 interview with Kelvinator Davis yesterday regarding Maori prisons, showed Maori they have pretty poor representation, again.
          Man oh man, we got some real lightweight egotists fumbling around at the top.

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  19. The UN says real food is UN healthy.
    They always manufacture a crisis then the last paragraph of a dire warning, nonchalantly dispels their myth.
    I wonder when we are going to be lumbered with a sun tan tax.

    “The meat industry has also been under fire after studies linked eating too much red and processed meat to illnesses ranging from heart disease to cancer. Fitch Solutions linked these concerns to the health issues that prompted the sugar tax saying, “A meat tax could therefore emerge as a policy sibling to the sugar tax, supported on the basis that meat does play a role in a balanced diet but over-consumption is a public health issue.’’

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-13/red-meat-could-be-the-next-sin-tax-after-sugar-fitch-says

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  20. I have always said Winston Peter’s is a arsehole and I believe always will be and after today article by Barry Soper about he will give up his case on the Pension level for Paula Bennett’s scalp nothing will change my mind about this germ.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12260304
    He can’t find out who leaked his Pension details so gets Soper to tell the country what his deal with National is and what he wants.

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  21. YSb is now below 500 on the Alexa ratings. Keep up the good work everyone and thanks for your continued support.

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    • That’s the same thing as giving Obuma the Nobel peace prize. He didn’t do anything to earn it, but all the lefties wanted to show how woke they were.

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  22. Nice to see Canada knows how to elect the same high caliber nonce’s.

    They gotta Cindy too!!!
    Ha ha ha ha…….sniff sniff………sob,sob(uncontrollably).

    “One of the things you’ll notice about many of the elites in powerful positions is that they have absolutely no record of success whatsoever.

    Instead, their power comes from simply repeating the same combination of words that the other elites spew out, reinforcing their mutual incompetence and hiding it behind the veil of carefully-crafted talking points.

    Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is one of the top examples of an elite who gets praised, yet fails over and over again.

    She may have been a good journalist, but in a top government position, she has been a total failure.”

    Let’s take a look at her record:

    https://www.thepostmillennial.com/chrystia-freeland-has-been-a-total-failure/

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  23. For some time the competence of Board of Fontera had been in doubt.

    It was decided to engage a consulting psychiatrist to get to the bottom of the problem. The doctor asks the first director, “What is three times three ?”

    “274,” is his reply.

    The doctor rolls his eyes & looks up at the ceiling,
    then asks the second director, “It’s your turn. What is
    three times three ?”

    “Tuesday,” replies the second director.

    The doctor shakes his head sadly then asks the third
    director, “Okay, your turn. What’s three times three ?”

    “Nine,” says the third director.

    “That’s great!” says the doctor. “How did you get
    that?”

    “Simple,” he says, “Just subtract 274 from Tuesday.”

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