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  1. A really good summary of where we are at.

    DOUGLAS MURRAY: How did the world lose its marbles?

    Identity politics is where minority groups are encouraged to simultaneously atomise, organise and go on the attack. Tied into this is something social justice warriors call ‘intersectionality’ – the notion that there is a hierarchy of oppressed minorities and society should organize itself around correcting this.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7415169/Religion-political-ideals-replaced-dogma-turned-beliefs-hate-crimes.html

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  2. Jacinda with David Clark spouting about their cancer Agency that still won’t come in to force until Decmber, what they forget to tell people is if had not been for Simon Bridges putting in place a promise if National got Elected in 2020 they would immediately fund Phamac 50 million to purchace medicines that would help those Cancer patients the Labour promised over to years ago to help.
    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=379500132686311&id=45300632440&_rdr
    It takes more than one press conference to forfil a promise so action is what is needed, so let’s see if you get it all up and going by December or you will carry on with blaming something else for it not being ready.

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  3. Has anyone else wondered how much the invited panelists and commentators are paid for appearing on the AM show? They turn up for 5 minutes or half an hour, have an opinion, rarely independent and then wander off.

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  4. Cindy visits one of her favourite safe places, the local kindergarten
    Child: “I want to be Prime Minister of New Zealand one day.”
    Cindy: “Are you stupid? Are you an idiot? Are you out of your mind?”
    Child: “You know what?- I’ve changed my mind. Those are too many requirements.

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  5. “Show me the money” was a catch phrase from a movie. I am asking this COL to do the same for pharmac funding on cancer drugs. They have given so much taxpayers money away to their useless overseas causes, that when it comes to increase the budget for pharmac there is no more money.
    Now when they announced their world breaking Cancer strategy, they also announced an increase of $60 million. It now turns out that this money is NOT all going to be spent on cancer treatments, but spread over many pharmac drugs.
    Lying to these cancer patients is lower than a snake in a shallow puddle of water.

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  6. To Andrea Vance and those who employ her: how about moderating your extremist language as evidenced in your Stuff column today?
    Yep, I get it: Labour and the Greens good, National bad.
    Jacinda and Shaw heros, Bridges and Collins wreckers.
    But your personal attack on farmers is shameful.
    For those who havn’t seen the column, here are a few of the terms used by Ms Vance to bash farmers (and the Nats/Collins):
    Rabble
    “Catastrophise”
    Angry, dodgy, extreme
    Rural rump
    Paranoia
    Cynical dog whistle

    Many of us in the farming/ rural sector are really over it.
    Imagine if this rhetoric on Stuff was directed at other sectors of our society?

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    • Thank you Gravelroad and all our rural neighbours for the hard work you do every day to feed the ignorant and ungrateful. Andrea Vance should take her vitriol back where she came from, she does not have an ounce of credibility to be speaking on behalf of NZ’ers.

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      • Waikatogirl – I lived through the Douglas economic “reforms” of the 1980’s when farming and individual farmers and families were similarly vilified and demonised. This resulted in anxiety,depression and suicide issues – but these weren’t talked about as today.
        Looks like we are going down that same road again now ………….

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    • I got your back any day of the week and every election Mr Gravelroad. Keep up the good work you do. That woman and her vile views are only a stupid trend. Rural NZ will stay alive and well. We’d starve otherwise. The dry stock in the paddocks next to me look happy, fat, and docile. I don’t see the world coming to an end FFS.

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    • I’m not a farmer but I’d sure rather have a beer with honest, hardworking farming folk than any feral Labour voters from South Auckland or weirdo pothead Green Party types…
      Keep fighting the good fight Gravelroad! I salute you mate..

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    • What would you expect from a “journalist” (I use the term loosely) who learned her trade in the journalistic institutional equivalent of a diseased rectum – she came to New Zealand as a refugee from the News of the World.

      Yes the NotW, the “newspaper” that was so void of principle or integrity in it’s journalistic practices that it had to be closed down. In the News of the World, journalists were found to have hacked the cellphones of schoolgirl murder victims and the families of killed British soldiers – strange practices which I’m sure NotW hacks somehow believed was all part of “speaking truth to power”.

      With the penchent for the UK trying to rehabilitate murderers and terrorists turned informers by shipping them off undercover to NZ, the uncharitable reader might presume that ex-NotW journalists are basically unemployable in the UK these days and the moving to the other side of the planet was the only way Vance might continue on as a hack.

      She’s just another type of refugee from a shithole dumped into NZ. And lest we forget, who provided the ‘honey-pot’ for silly old Peter Dunne and who was considered an unacceptable security risk in Parliament by parliamentary services before her mates in Labour came to her rescue?

      Given all the above why would you be surprised by any shite this arsewipe produces.

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  7. Colour me surprised..
    New Zealand secondary students were performing “well below” students in other countries in core subjects, Ministry of Education officials said on Wednesday.

    “People assume if someone is passing essay or exam assessments they must be literate, but that’s not always the case.”
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/education/115336067/taking-credit-from-other-subjects-scrapped-as-students-not-literacy-numeracyready

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  8. Stuffed has to have 4 anti-Trump articles a day under their S.O.P. as leftie filth.
    Anything less and they will be cut off from the 9th floor fake news feeds 🙂

    Fruity Farrar has – what – 5 anti Trump articles per week?
    I don’t go there now as I don’t need to catch the disease that Farrar has.
    Farrar should have got a TDS vaccine on 8 November 2016.
    Bloody anti vaxxers!
    He really cannot accept democracy with the election of Trump and choice of Brexit.

    Farrar and his ilk seem pissed off that Trump has sharpened up trade, redressed balances, and not started war in two countries as his two predecessors had done at this stage of their presidency.
    Trump is a Nationalist while Farrar and his foaming mates are Globalists.
    Diametrically opposed ideologies.
    We can enjoy the US Nationalism while it lasts.

    It is so funny watching these anti-Trump ‘Thornbirds’ wishing to impale themselves as Prez Trump sends them into fits of rage.
    The recent wind up- can we drop a nuclear bom_b on a hurricane? – has them all in a tizzy.

    It keeps the lefties all tied up in a foaming mess and the stress shortens their life so we don’t have to put up with the crap for as long.
    All good.

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    • yeah get a sense of humour like paula!

      the bitch who “will find a law to shut down these campervans” cause god forbid they had various slogans on them.

      maybe this one got to her

      ” “Fat chicks are harder to kidnap””

      maybe shes lightened up now shes creepy as fuck thin paula?

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      • Some of them were funny some of them weren’t. Subjective I know, but there are things that you shouldn’t need to explain to your kids.
        I wouldn’t have wanted mine to learn about sex off of a filthy campervan.

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        • yeah thats all good but she basically said – we will find a way to get rid of them. there will be a law we can use.

          what an authoritarian bitch.

          it was a direct assault on property rights. maybe shes on chompers side with the land thing? or do property rights not matter if the mighty paula doesnt like it?

          there are plenty of things Dime doesnt want to see and doesnt want his kids to see. but they get plastered all over the tv. eg gay parade bullshit or “jimmy has two mums” books at every library

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    • A few years ago I had just been released from Auckland Hospital following a pretty scary illness. My wife (God Bless Her) came and picked me up and drove me home. I had to pop by a Chemist to pick up painkillers so we drove into a Supermarket with a Pharmacy.
      I was on crutches and in a heck of a lot of pain- We decided to park in one of the Parental parks as I was unable to move very far and didn’t have a Disability sticker. (We drove around for a while looking for an alternative but it just wasn’t happening)
      Despite my car having two child seats and me being obviously visibly incapacitated I came back to a note on my windshield “Where is your kids you lazy fat c*nt”
      And my car had been keyed. (Over $1000 of damage)

      People are shit.

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      • If you are talking about mine Chuck- Police in New Zealand don’t investigate things that ‘Minor’ apparently!
        (*Though they now seemingly have enough time to door knock and ask ‘Right Wing’ people what Political Party they support!)

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  9. The more I read of the Karangahake Kiddie Klutcher the more I reckon that emasculation must be a requirement of those joining Labour. How can anyone maul a couple of girls & stick their hands down two blokes pants without hitting the deck.

    If some half pissed wanker had grabbed my teenage meat & two veg they’d probably have been hospitalised.

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  10. Posted this on the wrong page an hour or so ago.

    A young man is accused of sexually assaulting four people at a Labour Party summer camp. Sam Hurley reports from the trial.

    The trial of a man facing multiple accusations of sexual assault at a Labour Party summer camp has begun.

    The now 21-year-old is charged with five counts of indecent assault against four complainants, two men and two women.

    The accused, who has name suppression until at least the end of the trial, allegedly grabbed and squeezed a man’s testicles, touched another man’s genitals, kissed a woman on her neck and face and groped a second woman’s breast and bottom.

    The criminal charges followed a police investigation into the events of the Labour Party youth summer camp near Waihi on the Coromandel Peninsula in February 2018.

    But there was also excessive drinking, he added.

    “It seems [the accused] more so than most had a fair bit to drink.

    “It’s fair to say that Mr [accused] became very drunk.”

    Priest, however, said her client “is not a sexual offender”.

    “This was not criminal behaviour.”

    She said the first charge, an accusation of squeezing a man’s genitals, was the result of the complainant wanting to be “part of the drama” created by other accusations.

    Priest, however, said her client “is not a sexual offender”.

    “This was not criminal behaviour.”

    She said the first charge, an accusation of squeezing a man’s genitals, was the result of the complainant wanting to be “part of the drama” created by other accusations.

    WTF.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12263955
    Meanwhile.
    Radio personality Jay-Jay Feeney has spoken after the taxi driver accused of indecently assaulting her was found not guilty.

    Baljeet Singh, 29, was acquitted by a jury today after a week-long trial in the Auckland District Court, where he faced one charge of indecent assault.

    Singh was charged after Feeney accused him of attacking her when she was a passenger in his taxi in the early hours of October 1, 2017.

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    • Had to laugh at the spokesperson saying that Peters was gagging to get out of the house.
      Peters and gagging would be wishful thinking.

      So if Peters hasn’t spoken on his op what puppets have been poking the stick at Paula?

      Is it weird to wonder why he has had the op now while in Government? Paula wouldn’t have had her surgery now if she wasn’t in opposition, or so I assume at any rate.

      Same as those having babies, they didn’t expect to have to govern.

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  11. How can a Defence Lawyer call it a Political Storm when Labour went out of there to cover it up and if it is a sibling of someone in the Labour Party it makes it even more of a disgrace.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2019/09/02/labour-camp-storm.html
    Labour have form on cover ups concerning MP’s or staff and you have to go back to Darren Hughes and the there is the staff member out of the Prime Minister’s office that has twelve staff that have laid complaints of sexual assault or sexual misconduct in which the Labour Party tried to sweep under the carpet until it was leaked to the media.

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  12. You could be on to something. Chompers flown to exile in North Korea, the Yank military police sorting out crime & we would probably qualify for the 21st century equivalent of the Marshall Plan.

    Should return us to about the point where Grant & Cindy started their magic.

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  13. David Seymour backs ‘no jab, no pay’ as measles crisis worsens
    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/heather-du-plessis-allan-drive/audio/david-seymour-weighs-in-on-no-jab-no-pay-policy/

    “Australia is currently lauding the success of its “no jab, no pay” policy. In the past year, the families of 350,000 Australian children were told they risked losing benefit payments if they didn’t get their children’s immunisations up to date.

    A whopping 174,000 extra children were vaccinated as a result.”

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  14. TERMS OF TRADE STABLE
    In the year to June, the New Zealand terms of trade were unchanged from a year ago, so essentially our exports didn’t buy any more imports compared with a year ago. That was despite export volumes rising +3.5% and import volumes falling -3.5% in the year.

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  15. 1: Buy yourself a party or politician

    We all know New Zealand is one of the least corrupt nations around. After all, Transparency International keeps on telling us this, and we keep on proudly touting it.

    But let’s say there’s someone out there who didn’t get the memo and decides to try and buy themselves a NZ politician or party. What, apart from our political actors’ sense of ethics, stands in their way?

    Following some damn fine newspapering by Matt Nippert, a $150,000 donation given in 2017 to National from the Chinese billionaire owned “Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Industry (NZ) Ltd” is back in the news. While not necessarily raising any questions of illegality or impropriety, the sheer amount involved and the fact that it came from an entity controlled by an overseas national has focused attention on how our law controls (and doesn’t control) the use of money in our electoral system.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/opinion/101486/mystery-donation-national-has-people-asking-how-secure-our-electoral-system-corrupt

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  16. This is the text of part of a comment made by Nostradamus (a lawyer) on KB GD:

    Complainant 1:

    [Defence lawyer Emma Priest] said the first charge, an accusation of squeezing a man’s genitals, was the result of the complainant wanting to be “part of the drama” created by other accusations.

    Complainant 2:

    The allegations relating to the second complainant, Priest said, simply didn’t happen.
    She said her client “did something completely different which was meant as a joke”.

    Complainant 3:

    Priest said the accused had a complete defence to the fourth charge, an allegation of unwanted kissing. “She wanted it,” Priest said. “There is no indecent assault here.”

    Complainant 4:

    Priest said her client doesn’t recall any such incident but “is adamant he did not sexually assault her”.

    So, in summary, the defence is: a me-too complainant (complainant 1); didn’t happen (complainants 2 and 4); and consent (complainant 3).

    Might pay to keep a copy of this because after five days of bullshit defence & petty argument we (like the jury) could be excused for forgetting what year it is!

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  17. I watched the TV1 news to night to see if they cover Labours sex pervert!
    Havin’t seen the news for yonks.
    They had the mad queen on another piece, christ shes not looking good is she!
    If she looks that bad with makeup on, just think what Jehtro wakes up to in the morning!
    Thank you mate for taking one for NZ!
    Yep, she’s here for a short time, thank fuck!

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  18. Mel.
    Don’t you find it interesting that the HRC and the EU flag have the same blue background, and the same yellow for their symbols?
    And, that they both follow very similar guidelines. “Whitey not righty”
    Almost as if they have the same……nah, can’t be.

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