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    • RM, an apology is great but it’s to late to rectify all the carnage caused by the biggest lie in human history.
      Google, Dr suneel dhand “95% effective, a failure of the medical profession”….

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    • He actually changed his mind once he got all the information unlike so many others, there are many who could apologise others that would need a trial and very long jail time or worse for their absolutely over the top reaction to the government wish to kill off plenty of people to save the world from overpopulation///////. The things that are coming out now show how correct we were in standing our ground and refusing the jab. I am wondering how my family and others feel at pushing me to get the jab, and getting the jab themselves and the boosters, or if they are totally ignoring the new information. Not ever watching the liarbor party news on either tv station I have no idea if they are saying anything at all so maybe these people do not know what is coming out about their jabs.
      FOLP

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      • Same L:izzie. There has been no mention or acknowledgment, no questions and no apology. If they have even detected a change in the narrative they are not listening, still convinced it is all a conspiracy by tinfoil hat wearers which includes us, apparently once loved family members until we weren’t.
        Fuck em! I want an apology from my narcissistic, jab taking, mask wearing sister for her tyrannical treatment of me but that will never happen, even when the truth breaks free across the world.
        FOLP

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    • Except Kea, these urban Extreme Left don’t bother to acknowledge that the Moon has great affect on tides, and weather even though many will not want to consider or concede that fact.

      The Perigee Moon was last week. Combined with many of the largest high tides and in fact the Moon was closest to the earth it has been for the first time in 992 years .

      Add in that the huge amount of moisture pumped into the atmosphere by the Tongan volcanic eruption last year, the greatest volcanic eruption recorded since Krakatoa in 1883. All this combined gives you what you have seen around the top half of the North Island. See Predict Weathers comments below.

      Note, the Wahine disaster was within days of a Perigee Moon.

      But they will conveniently put it down to Climate Change and as we know, Climate Change ain’t weather. which again the Left conveniently forget.

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwiwktfkouz8AhV5umMGHUjZCFEQFnoECDcQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.forbes.com%2Fsites%2Fjamiecartereurope%2F2023%2F01%2F18%2Fwhy-the-moon-is-suddenly-closer-to-earth-than-for-992-years-and-what-it-means%2F&usg=AOvVaw2wIyjd6ulIrf1cpbRkJHQC

      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjxjeuTpez8AhXizjgGHf10CyQQFnoECAoQAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fpredictweather.co.nz%2FArticleShow.aspx%3FID%3D221&usg=AOvVaw34UjdZveMf2dFGvtuyoEtn

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    • Yes Kea – the best was at the end.

      “These 1 in 100 year weather events are happening 2 or 3 times per year now. It’s time to rethink our entire agriculture industry and move to areas not so prone to these events. We can not afford to have our food supply chains smashed like this continously every year. Times have changed and we need to adapt”

      Yes, but that`s really just band aiding the the symptoms. We need to get angry at those causing these issues, because they just seem to stick their heads in the sand while continuing to count their profits!

      These events are due to climate change. One of the biggest harbingers of climate change in NZ is the agricultural sector (i.e. farmers), via their massive emissions and and “bad” farming practices. Not all farmers are climate deniers and there are those making valuable changes. However there are the “Neanderthal Farmers” as well. Those driving there tractors down Queen St and to Parliament need to wake up.”
      FOLP

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      • Although there is an obvious causal link between the weather and the flooding, one does not necessarily imply the other.

        There are plenty of places around the world that have more severe rains, but less flooding.

        Flooding is the inability of a water drainage system design to cope with the volume of water coming down from the sky. Pure and Simple.

        The same has been true in the Canterbury floods, and Christchurch Flooding.
        While the rains in Ashburton/Mid Canterbury were great, the biggest contributor to the river bursting its backs (flooding) was the lack of river bed maintenance, a failure by Ecan to do what they charge extra rates to farmers for, but weer not doing.

        The risk of the Ashburton bridge was well known. Overseas, particularly in the USA, where rivers run through cities, they build Arterial Stormwater Systems, often building a concrete “river” for the water to flow through at peak times.

        If city planners are smart and intelligent,
        [1] They acknowledge: the variability of the weather
        [2] They research past weather events and ask the question – “Our city is more built up now, and less natural drainage, “What If this happens again? How prepared are we?”
        [3] They design/modify the city infrastructure accordingly.

        If they have a belief that the weather and climate is always mild and weather extremes are only ever caused by “man made climate change” then they will not plan for weather variations. Instead they will climb on board the “climate change change” bandwagon, and spend all their resources on fighting climate change all the while ignoring history.

        Since nature and the sun are in control of the climate it is an impossible task to change it. So all the while they are hanging out for a fix to climate change, while ignoring what is in front of them.

        This can be compared to piling up a mountain of unwashed dishes in the kitchen, waiting to save up for a new dishwasher with all the bells and whistles, when the old dishwasher is still working but not being used.

        It is simply a manifestation of misdirected causality. Of being sold lies.

        It could also be compared to being told that “nothing will stop Covid, so we have to lockdown until everyone is vaccinated”, all the while ignoring the fact that prevention by supplements, treatment by Ivermectin, and getting out in the fresh air and sunshine would have prevented the pandemic in the first place.

        Personally, if all the money spent on cycleways, (with increasing cycle deaths), were spent on proper city drainage, would the downpours have resulted in so much flooding? If the only promoted cure for flooding is more cycle lanes, getting rid of cows, and subsidising EV’s, is it any wonder the flooding is continuing.

        The term “rocks in their heads” seems to fit in this situation.

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  1. Aucklanders are so resilient. A guy handing out pizzas to flood victims had his car stolen. Businesses and houses are being robbed and looted. They have launched attacks on anyone to the right of chairman Mao and of course farmers. All this while dealing with floods.

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  2. So the Government are going to have Maori be involved in Emergency Management.

    Of course Maori are world acknowledged experts in Disaster and Emergency Management, after all they invented and developed it didn’t they, just before they paddled to Antartica with no loss of life.

    Seriously what expertise in the field of Disaster and Emergency Management do Maori have?

    The world is run by idiots, Kieran McNulty being to the forefront of them.

    “The spokesperson for McAnulty said this would recognise the role of Māori in emergency management,”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/131099045/govt-to-relook-at-proposed-emergency-management-law-after-auckland-mayors-flood-handling

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  3. New Prime Minister Hipkins rewards Aucklanders for giving him a huge lift in the polls- by slamming them into lockdown!
    Honestly I don’t care anymore- Any country stupid enough to give Labour another chance totally deserves this shit..
    Enjoy a collapsed economy and ‘He Puapua’ Maori Governance idiots.

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    • Liabour got the dead cat bounce as soon as they got rid of that ugly dead cat ardern.
      And installed that wonderful young ginger headed boy in her place.
      AAH isn’t he just lovely and he even came to view the sights of Auckland.

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      • Jesus and all the other deities wept Sooty. Surely there cannot be a swing to the ginger woke little boy????? If the population votes liarbor again there will be a lifetime of devastation and grief in New Zealand, I feel for those who are thinking people.

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        • Warned you all previously that Labour have used their international playbook to keep power no matter what!
          This includes Arderns long planned and well orchestrated resignation.
          Hopefully they will lose the place as their incompetence fails them yet again!
          They are still the same bunch of incompetents they always were.
          But National and Luxon are failing to be heard,and little change is apparent on that front. Their competence is similar.
          MMP is government by bureaucracy for NZ.The same ever growing public “service” govern this country.
          There will be no changes until this corrupt system is changed!!

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  4. Very disappointed in Gerry Brownlee criticism of the Auckland Mayor.
    “National Party MP Gerry Brownlee says Auckland mayor Wayne Brown is “washing his hands” of the “somewhat inexplicable” handling of disastrous flooding in Auckland.
    “He’s the mayor, he’s Mr Auckland Fix-it, and he should have made the call on the very clear evidence that was available to most of the people, not only in Auckland, but around the rest of the country as well,” Brownlee said on Monday afternoon.”
    Gerry obviously has obviously forgotten and moved on from the public condemnation of his own performance following the Christchurch Earthquakes. The fact he lost his absolute blue rinse Ilam seat perhaps means that many hadn’t.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/131103365/national-party-mp-gerry-brownlee-scathing-of-auckland-mayor-wayne-brown
    FOLP

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    • Way past time that fella buggered of and joined his clan in CHCH. None of his business.
      But the press wanted someone to back them up and so who better than the fat controller of the CHCH fuck up.

      All this time and stuff is still not fixed. Stuff that should have been sorted years before the earthquake.

      and who pays?
      Us the hard-working taxpayers.

      piss off brownlee ya done ya time.

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  5. The prison service , like most Government Departments appears to be in deep strife.

    “The Department of Corrections is defending moves to spend more than $300,000 on consultants for an ongoing restructure, amid staff shortages and unsafe working conditions accusations.
    Documents released under the Official Information Act reveal the government agency paid $335,952​ to hire agencies Deloitte and Humankind as consultants during the proposal period of an ongoing restructure of its learning and development team last year.
    Corrections’ people and capability deputy chief executive Richard Waggott​ said the agencies were hired as there was not sufficient resourcing to work on the restructure on top of its usual operations.
    Humankind had been hired to support the development of the proposal, and Deloitte was engaged to lead a review of the Learning and Development team, as an independent party with “specialist HR transformation skills and extensive industry knowledge” was needed.”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/130958382/corrections-paid-consultants-more-than-300k-during-restructure?fbclid=IwAR3c3BQ7C8bcLtNyCF2YaewJ-yuGjEkfOXzCk2Cyp880VT0Ax2kXaeFYpqY
    FOLP

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  6. Here is how one wife wife of the long serving 37 happens to feel about it – happens to be my niece.

    “What they don’t mention in this article is how the 37 people impacted by this ‘restructure’ were consistently given incorrect, unclear, untruths about the stability of their roles for pretty much ALL of last year.
    They also don’t mention about how these 37 people were explicitly told in November that ‘their roles would be gone before Christmas’. Or how they were a few weeks after that, sent a letter saying that their roles were being disestablished and then the very next day, they received an email asking them to please disregard that same letter. Oh and let’s not forget how one of the ideas of the restructure was for some of staff who were losing their jobs, to choose to then be contracted in to train their replacements (Correction Officers who would rotate into the training role for a short period of time) and THEN be out of a job.
    Honestly, the way the Department of Corrections have treated these people has been beyond disgusting. They show absolutely no care, no compassion, no respect for their staff AT ALL. Some very long serving senior staff. Staff that were consistently positively selling the Department to new recruits throughout this whole process.Staff that have given it their all. Nope, they simply do not care.
    Thank goodness we are out.
    Now we get to sit on the sidelines and watch how this all is going to have a terrible outcome for the bigger picture.
    Experienced Learning and Development staff gone = poorly trained new recruits and staff = poorly managed prisoners = trouble!
    The Department of Corrections mantra is ‘He Tangata, He Tangata, He Tangata/The People, The People, The People’…. They DO NOT care for their people one little bit.”

    Just as well under the regime that we have been living under (and funnily enough I know she loudly and proudly voted for) was so kind and caring.
    FOLP

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  7. Stuff
    ” The bad news is the rain wont stop and yes, it is our fault.”
    “Fire ban in Dunedin and Southland until further notice”

    Sometimes seems too hard to work out which is which, I wonder if it could be just weather will do what it does as it always has done.

    FOLP

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  8. Paddy the Irishmen rocks up to his Doctor for a Medical, while waiting he reads an article on IQ tests. After his medical, he asks about the IQ test.
    The Doctor explains that if you have an IQ of 150% you are a genius. If it is 120% you become the CEO of a Corporation and if it is 100% you become a Manager of a company. But the Doctor says the average is about 50 – 60%.
    How much is mine asks, Paddy.
    Well Paddy, your’s is only 30%, says theDoctor, buts it is worse if you have 20% or less, you can’t tie your own shoe laces.
    Ahh Paddy says, that’s why you see a lot of Aussies with thongs.

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  9. 🚨What emergency aid is Hipkins providing drought stricken farmers in Southland?

    🚨What is Hipkins plan to ensure food security during this cost of living crisis and food shortages?

    🚨How is Hipkins protecting our main source of export earnings?

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  10. LOL

    https://www.rt.com/russia/570701-russia-governor-bounty-tanks/

    Russian governor puts bounty on Western tanks
    Soldiers can earn up to $43,000 for capturing a working Leopard main battle tank

    and on the same topic https://www.rt.com/news/570618-rand-came-up-with-solution/

    As the Pentagon’s favorite think tank calls for a swift end to the Ukraine conflict, is the mood shifting in Washington?
    The RAND Corporation believes the fighting must end sooner rather than later

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  11. Don’t know if ewe lot saw my rant the other day about fatty pie eater Jenna Lynch and her comment on 3 news about “not having two white guys at the top in this day n age” eg Hipkins and Robertson. I managed to video it on my phone when it came around again an hour later. I went to the BSA and they told me to complain to Newshub first..and I have. Will keep you in the loop.
    As you well know I’m usually quite reserved 😂..however when I saw the clip first time around, I flew into a fucking rage. Unacceptable “in this day n age” dont ya think?

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    • A small increase in the initial cost of a licence application is acceptable. It should not cost more than a driving licence and could, in fact, be carried out by the vehicle licencing people rather than the police who prove over and over again that they are inefficient and unsuited to the task. But the huge increase for a renewal is absolutely absurd. All a renewal should require is to answer the simple question “has this person come to the attention of the police for a serious matter in the last ten years?” If the answer is no then renewal should be automatic and at minimum cost, certainly no more than a driving licence renewal.
      The other ridiculous price increases for permits, dealers, clubs etc are, for the most part, unnecessary price gouging to fund police bureaucratic incompetence and will have absolutely zero effect on public safety, quite the reverse in fact.
      Until Ardern messed with the licencing system prior to the Christchurch event New Zealand had the best, most effective and cost effective system of firearms regulation in the world according to the late Colin Greenwood, Britain’s foremost expert on firearms legislation. Everything Labour has done since the ignorant interference by Ardern and the police hierarchy to save money has made the crime situation worse and decreased public safety. These latest proposals will inevitably lead to massive non compliance and the potential for the number of guns in criminal hands to hugely increase.

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      • The A cat license is currently $126, set in 1995. Inflation adjusted, this is $225. I could live with that, but they want $1500 for a permit to transport a restricted firearm. Say goodbye to gun shows, reenactments, or even club meetings.
        Want to collect guns or shoot pistols. The endorsement will cost thousands.
        A deliberate policy to destroy shooting in nz

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    • “MIT is one of the top private universities in Cambridge, United States. It is ranked #1 in QS World University Rankings 2023.”

      Which means they’re about to be discredited as a source of misinformation and will be branded as anti-vaccine conspiracists by Kate Hannah who graduated from a NZ university outside of the top 200….

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  12. 🚨BREAKING 🚨

    Northland beneficiaries advised to stay home from work and play video games, while doing drugs, due to possible drizzle.

    Hipkins announces he’s had a guts full and is pissing off overseas for a holiday.

    More to come in live updates.

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  13. Thanks Chuck.
    That fits with my post yesterday about the scientist I heard on the radio.I mentioned the caldera at 500 metres below the sea but probably misheard as I was half asleep. 500 ft.

    Such an extraordinary event.

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  14. My wife’s phone got a public warning about heavy rain in the north tonight.

    (I thought it was the “all clear” for the rain stopping in Auckland.)

    First, there are no warnings. Then warning for nothing all the time!

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    • Bloody Jafas. You bitch & moan when you don’t get warnings & now that you’re getting warnings about nothing you’re still banging on!

      We need a fortified moat south of the Bombays to keep the bloodlines pure. 🙂

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      • Agree, but make the line at Ramarama, then I am in non Jaffa land. As for the warnings I never got one. Hopefully never will. ( received them in the past and did my level best to disable them – might have worked – my phone is a Commy Huawei…

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  15. Chippy’s shuffling the deck chairs. Maahooota retains foreign affairs and Little loses health to become minister of defence!

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/01/politics-live-updates-chris-hipkins-to-hold-press-conference-with-caucus-reshuffle-expected-christopher-luxon-to-speak-in-auckland.html

    “Our top team of myself, Carmel Sepuloni, Kelvin Davis, Grant Robertson and Megan Woods will provide stability, experience, and proven leadership.

    Jan Tinetti rockets up the list from 15 to number six and gets Education

    Michael Wood also makes a big jump from 16 to seven and becomes the Minister for Auckland

    Dr Ayesha Verrall moves from 19 to eight and becomes the Minister of Health

    Willie Jackson moves from 14 to nine and keeps his Broadcasting and Media portfolio

    Kiri Allan shifts from 17 to 10 and keeps Justice

    Stuart Nash becomes the full-time Minister of Police

    Andrew Little falls from seven to 13 and becomes the Minister of Defence

    David Parker drops from 8 to 14 but retains his portfolios

    Nanaia Mahuta loses Local Government to Kieran McAnulty and drops from 9 to 16. She keeps Foreign Affairs

    McAnulty, Ginny Anderson and Barbara Edmonds join Cabinet

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  16. Why built a beautiful Hotel on the base of a Volcano many, many years ago, which has stood the test of time and many eruptions, seismic shocks, ash, snow and all sorts of crap that has been thrown at it, now to close the Chateau Tongariro because it is an Earthquake risk.

    Watch Hori and IWI take it over now. This is a set up.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/news/300796099/grand-chateau-tongariro-hotel-to-close-permanently

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    • The chateau was built in 1929, and is listed by Heritage New Zealand as a Category 1 historic place.

      haha, so that will piss them all off. Cat1 historic place. Can’t knock it down.

      How dumb although I do understand the shifting of rock over nearly 100 years.

      Tiracartini closed the Waikarimoana hotel and stole all the art work.
      Will never be forgiven for that.

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      • V2, I have heard recent rumours which I have not been able to verify at this point, that various Early Settlers and DOC want everything off the mountain, ski fields, lodges the lot. If that is the case, there is no hope for the Chateau even if it is a Heritage and Historic Place Class 1 building.

        It (the Mountain) is sacred don’tcha know so there may be some truth, I will try and get to the bottom of it and let you know. If that is the case, Ohakune, National Park, Raetihi and Taumarunui are truly knackered.

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        • Its the ealth and safety act. No one wants to get done over by the goons.
          But not to worry the snow shall return and then they will want to collect all the dosh somehow.
          They ain’t going to crash the ski industry, The aucklander will not tolerate that.
          My son is in Horopito and can’t keep up with building and digging. People with money. Just loves it down there. No stress, but did miss the snow. Plenty of hunting when he wants. Neighbour close by used to beincharge of the plods there until the arsewipes decided they had to be jabbed. Quit and went sawmilling with his family. Happy as and will never go back.

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    • “Watch Hori and IWI take it over now. ”

      Maybe they will use the Chateau as a summer palace for the iwi elite. (I don’t think that the truly needy Maori of undocumented past will benefit from this.)

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  17. Auckland storm flooding could delay construction projects by months, keep construction inflation high
    Construction projects may be delayed for several months as civil contractors prioritise emergency flood repair work, and Westpac is warning construction costs will stay high as a result of increased demand triggered by Auckland’s storm.

    Red stickered

    More than 70 properties in Auckland have been red stickered by council inspectors, meaning they are not safe to enter. A further 318 homes had been yellow stickered, which restricts entrance to the property to limited times.

    Auckland Council has cancelled booked building inspections for Tuesday and Wednesday, and said it might have to cancel bookings for Thursday and Friday as well.

    Building consents general manager Ian McCormick said in an email that “the situation we are facing left us no other option”.

    McCormick said inspectors had been urgently conducting rapid building assessments across Auckland and there was only a small team of inspectors available for “urgent or essential” work.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/119460/auckland-storm-flooding-could-delay-construction-projects-months-keep-construction

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  18. Rhyman must like people dying.

    https://www.rymanhealthcare.co.nz/virtual-events?utm_campaign=rynz_virtual_events&utm_source=stuff_ideation&utm_medium=rynz_ab_desktop_splash_feb22

    Wednesday 8 February, 10.30am

    Sir Ashley Bloomfield was New Zealand’s Director-General of Health from June 2018 to July 2022 and became a familiar figure as the public face of the health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    His vast career experiences over the last 25 years in public policy and health leadership includ…
    Read more

    The arsehol should be booted out of the country.

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  19. and of course the fat blacks are squawking about their need for more money.

    apparently they are better educated than the rest of us.

    Floods a ‘wake-up call’ that Three Waters reforms needed, says Iwi Chairs Forum
    Ripu Bhatia16:30, Jan 31 2023
    Chaos caused by flooding in Tāmaki Makaurau is a sign the Three Waters reforms are needed, the National Iwi Chairs Forum (NICF) says.

    Pou Taiao chair Herewini Parata (Ngāti Porou) says recent weather events have wreaked havoc, and it is clear water infrastructure is woefully insufficient.

    One of willy’s mob from down the coast.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/131105675/floods-a-wakeup-call-that-three-waters-reforms-needed-says-iwi-chairs-forum

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  20. My mother in law used to live in Whitianga in the 70s and early 80s. At that time the town was closed off to the outside world due to road closures, several times every winter. It was not unusual for the camp grounds to be flooded in the summer.

    All these Climate Change alarmists like Muller and Swarbrook (sp?) need to need to look up the Pagespast website to learn abit of history of weather events in NZ.
    BTW where were they all when Kea and his neighbours were getting hammered last year ? No where because they they probably thought they could not make any political capital from it.

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      • Dang, whos gunna cover the extra freight costs? Can our roads handle it? Can the cook straight ferry handle it? So many questions so few answers…

        We bloody need a good slosh of water down here, in the past 2 days ive literally watched it go from green to brown. Was supposed to start raining at lunchtime today but 5mins ago i used my windscreen wipers once and now it looks like its gunna hug the hills and go around us.
        Was another scorching day today, unbearable heat and humidity and to top things off still no bloody air con in my truck! Was 39°c in the cab a couple hours ago ive smashed 4L of water today and looking forward to a nice cold beer when i knock off!

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    • Well they had another Brown white one except he started porking the ching chong and in the brown peoples room and that pissed off the brown people. So they went for a white liberal socialist who was happy with the lbtq’s and that didn’t fix the drains either.
      Now they have what they need rather than what they want.

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  21. I’ve always found Auckland to be a wet place. It has more wet weather than Westport with none of the benefits.

    I also noticed the Auckland based media would lie outright about it. I’ve seen reporters standing surrounded by puddles saying it was a beautiful clear day today with no rain. Then I’ve been told it rained in Nelson when we haven’t had a drop in weeks. Probably one of the media scum were selling a house and were trying to talk up the place.

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  22. Only around 200 homes have been red stickered out of a population of 2,000,000.

    Enough of this drizzle grizzle. Let’s focus on our productive farmers working to feed us and pay the nations bills, in drought stricken Southland. We can send down Aucklanders to work on the plantations and help out around the place.

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    • Yea a lil bit finally fell, bit of a thunderplump for 15 mins now just steady light rain, 12mm so far so its a start. Need 40-50mm gradual soak over a few days to get things growing again, anything less will just keep things green and be sucked up in hot winds later in the week.

      Gotta 90m3 concrete concrete job on tommorow so it best piss off by morning!

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  23. I mentioned earlier about the snow coming back. Here’s the latest from Colorado.

    Season snowfall total to 445 inches (11.3 metres) — officially the deepest start to the season (October through January) in the 43-year history of the Collins study plot. 🙀🙀🙀

    https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=718375629845412&set=a.614034796946163

    Likely will piss of all the Europeans as they have closed because they have no snow at all.
    Serves the bastards right.

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