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    • From happychappy’s link:

      ……”Ardern is vulnerable to the charge that a fair chunk of what she utters is political flannel. She is exceptionally good at making the meaningless sound meaningful.”……

      This is her Achilles heel. Everything she utters is PR bullshit…..no facts……just word soup.

      I keenly await the day when our MSM point it out on a daily basis.

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    • “The glitter of Jacinda Ardern’s crown no longer sparkles or glistens quite so gloriously as it did not that many months ago.”

      Oh dear, I hope this doesn’t mean we will have to endure another terrorist attack so the witch can polish her virtue signalling credentials again.

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    • Indeed, Ardern continues to be rated as a star on the international stage. In part that is because she fits the bill in being the kind of leader that many countries wish they had. In particular, she is an antidote to right-wing populism. If she did not exist, someone else would be bestowed with the same qualities as Ardern enjoys.

      I just got back from a week of workshops in Melbourne. We had people from the States, Europe, etc. all coming together to help model an enterprise. It was quite a fun activity, but in the evening dinners and beers we did talk politics. Partly prompted by the “nuke the hurricanes” comments from Trump.

      I asked what they knew of Ardern and there were blank stares of “who“? The only one that had a clue was from Los Angeles and it was “Oh, she’s the one that had a baby!

      World famous in NZ and the media. Nobody else really gives a fuck for Ardern and her virtue signalling and her most recognisable achievement is something 350,000 women manage on a daily basis.

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  1. The ALP has been rocked by a Independent Commission Against Corruption inquiry into a $100,000 cash donation, which allegedly came from banned Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo.

    The Morrison government is drafting legislation for a Commonwealth Integrity Commission while the Greens and a handful of independents want a watchdog with more teeth.

    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/australia/nsw-alp-scandal-wont-spark-federal-icac/ar-AAGwvKq?li=AAgfIYZ

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    • Always remember, if there’s dodgy stuff happening in one nation’s Labour/Labor party – then you can guarantee it’s happening over here those assholes are interlinked up the wazoo.

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    • Ardern validated that behaviour when she stopped the police from removing protesters who blocked Fletchers from going about lawful business on property they had purchased.

      This corrupt South Sea islands govt has also said that they will ensure there are less people in prisons.
      Prison should only be for shop keepers who give out plastic bags and ‘far white supremacists’ who think the elected President, US Nationalist Donald J. Trump, is actually OK and soon >people who like petrol burning vehicles. Those are BAD thoughts.
      Thugs, thieves, and drug dealers are just misunderstood.

      To reinforce that they want to strip guns off licenced gun owners while gangs like the Mongrel Mob can continue marauding with menaces. They too are just misunderstood and nothing a bit of breast milk and yoga cant fix – as long as they dont put their yoga pants and gang patches into plastic bags!

      The biggest enablers of crime in NZ in 2019 is the ‘elected’ government.
      Especially the the Sandringham slapper; Witless protection Kelvin and Angry Andy.

      They need a broken society in order to effect change towards totalitarianism.
      That is the playbook.

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  2. I found this to be an apt description of a Martial Art I used to practice.
    Jiu-jit-su;

    1. The gentle art of folding clothes while people are still in them.

    2.verb: (used with object) Involuntary yoga.

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  3. Chilling signs of what we’ll be seeing here around the 2020 General Election

    News that the Remoaners have decided to make BoJo’s Brexit proroguing Parliament masterstroke personal (following Alinsky’s rules of targeting individuals instead of trying to win the contest of ideas) and will threaten and bully protest at Jacob Rees-Mogg’s home.

    At least they’re smart enough to realise that Rees-Mogg’s constitutional genius is their greatest problem. For an upper class twit he is turning into a hero of the working classes and a true lion in defence of democracy.

    Anyway, this nonsense will be coming to NZ in 2020.

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    • DP. I believe Ardern and her cronies are reveling in their implementation of their social upheaval experiment.

      The Cloward–Piven strategy: is a political strategy outlined in 1966 by American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven that called for overloading the public welfare system in order to precipitate a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a socialist system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”

      The ultimate objective of this strategy—to wipe out poverty by establishing a guaranteed annual income—will be questioned by some. Because the ideal of individual social and economic mobility has deep roots, even activists seem reluctant to call for national programs to eliminate poverty by the outright redistribution of income.

      Commentators and authors concluded it would:
      “Create generations of people for whom working for a living is an abstraction”

      So, Cindy, by being a bone idle ingrate, I am eligible for all and any entitlements.
      Kiss my arse!!!

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    • It’s usually between 10% and 20% of the prospective employee’s annual salary to use a recruitment firm, isn’t it?

      The question I’d be asking is why is the Christchurch City Council CEO being paid $495,000 + $30,000 relocation costs – which is only $5,000 less per year than the Prime Minister?

      And our Prime Minister is hopelessly overpaid, particularly when you consider her skills – she should be on or near minimum wage.

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      • I’d Ardern, Jackson, Davis and Little a basic wage of $20 an hour
        Plus a commission of $100 for every person they get off the couch into a good job.
        And $500 for every gang member that leaves his gang and gets a proper full time job
        And $1,000 for every maori or pi girl that reaches 25 with no children.

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    • I have just accepted an invite to a talk at Waikato Uni, the speaker is the former Lord Chief Justice of England, Lord Thomas of Gwmgiedd, (I assume Welsh) the talk isn’t on it, but apparently he presided over the Brexit judicial review.

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        • The actual talk is on ‘The effect of the digital revolution on the Law’. I have been to many such presentations. I confess that I doubt that the subject matter will be riveting. I was asking a mate if they were going, which is where the additional information regarding the Judicial Review came from.

          That probably tipped me into going, the proroguing of the UK Parliament is intriguing in our time, so you never know what questions you can slip in.

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  4. My father in law (85) has dementia. Apart from that he is healthy; exceptionally so. It’s gotten to the point that he is forgetting where he lives, people he knows and he’s seeing things that aren’t there. It’s rough, but spend a bit of time with him and he is still lucid – he can still play Mahjong and carry a conversation and so on – it seems the man is still there.

    We’ve been trying to get him professional help, but do you think it can be had? There’s next to nothing available in the public system. The best they can do apparently is somebody to come around every two weeks to take them grocery shopping and so far they’ve turned up once out of four visits. It feels a bit fucked that we’re paying tax to fund a health system that provides such shitty care, but no matter how many doctors and specialists we’ve seen – we can’t seem to escalate it.

    We’ve tried to move them out of the house and into a nice, two bedroom apartment near us. It’s actually bigger than their house, a couple of blocks from where we live so we can check on them daily, etc. But they refuse to move and apparently there is no way to force that, unless it is arranged BEFORE he is diagnosed with dementia. And apparently not remembering where you live and walking through the streets at night knocking and asking if you live there isn’t enough.

    And we’re lucky, after a post-sale inspection Mama Bear went to say hi and noticed the smoke billowing out of the house. He’d started cooking, went to get something and forgot he was cooking. All the smoke alarms were blaring, but because he’s near deaf didn’t hear them.

    Long story …

    • We put motion cameras throughout the house; so we can remotely check they are okay. That was a tough one to balance privacy versus safety, so there are zones we can’t see but at least now if they don’t answer the phone, we can dial in and check if they’re okay.
    • We put new smoke alarms through the house. They’re $300 a pop, but they speak, shriek, have lights and are internet enabled so Mama Bear will be alerted on her mobile if anything odd is detected.
    • So, if you’re in this position – technology is your friend

    I wish I knew how to help keep them safer. I’d love to move them into a place closer to us or into a retirement home where he will be safe, so if anybody has advice in that space – please let me know!

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    • My Father had the same issue. He got to a stage at around 75 where he needed to go into full-time care so I moved him into a rest home. He saw out his final years at Ngaio Marsh in Christchurch. They were fantastic.

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  5. We went through the same. Sadly not much will change until your FIL ends up in hospital and they do an assessment of him. The doctors said my husbands mother could no longer live alone. From hospital she was moved straight into a dementia unit no ifs or buts.

    My parents moved into a retirement village apartment. Dad’s memory is a bit vague and he was falling a lot. Mum was worried if she could cope. They are both much happier and settled. You have to convince them it is the right thing for them. Show them around a couple of retirement homes. They are not all like they used to be.

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  6. I was very impressed to hear the story on the new National MP, Agnes Loheni on Newshub Nation this morning. Pacific Islanders traditionally vote Labour. If she stands in South Auckland she may take a few votes from Labour.

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  7. Mike’s Minute: Better security the real answer to gun crime
    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/mike-hosking-breakfast/video/mikes-minute-better-security-the-real-answer-to-gun-crime/

    “You want to make us safe from nutters? Find them on the dark web before they go rogue. Have the red flags on young, single, white blokes with no means of income, who travel to Paksitan, Turkey and Montenegro. That’s where your answer lies, not with a rabbit shooter in Taihape.”

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  8. I am curious as to how the dead woman got custody of her grandchild? Was it through the courts or a more informal arrangement? This statement makes it sound like it was the court. Should the courts have given her custody?

    On that Waitangi weekend the house was emptier than it had been for a while. During 2015 Ricky had been staying at the house, along with Tracey’s 16-year-old daughter, Annaleise, and her infant grandson – who she had been given custody of.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/115334717/murder-trial-shines-light-on-nelsons-underground-meth-scene

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  9. Another day… another deleted comment at kiwiblog…. Who can guess why?

    I also referred to hugh’s non stop link whoring and long boring posts but steffy immature rantings yet questioning the rationale of banning comments relating to ardern’s continual lying has to be binned.

    One can only ponder who is controlling the narrative and why.

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  10. Piss off Hager. Who do you think you are?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/08/should-we-cap-political-party-donations-to-just-1000.html?ref=ves-nextauto

    People vote for a political system, of course those that want a more conservative government are going to donate to the political system that more suits them, you also get the bob each way type. The system isn’t broken, we know where the Greens get their money, they can obviously live on less as they tithe, perhaps their salaries should actually reflect that.

    It must be how much they think that they are worth, right?

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    • Sorry Mel. I watched it earlier too and didn’t think to check . I should be a bit more attentive.
      It disturbed me, so I thought discretion was probably in order.

      But, 3 questions sprung to mind.

      1. Was the attack due to the child’s Aryan features?
      2.Was she jealous/envious of the cherub?
      3.How many years…months…..days…..hours, will she receive as punishment?

      From her short bio she was an older woman (out of work) artist and it looked like she was sharing Hillarys wardrobe.
      The cuffs and earrings were a bit too matchy matchy though.

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    • Didn’t do it again though did he ;).

      The [problem is with a low dollar crime, he had a weapon and if there had been an altercation the outcome could have been very different. If not apprehended would he have dome it again and would he have continued an escalation with the weapon. That is always the problem when a weapon is involved.

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  11. More labour largess.
    Minister for Maori Development and Associate Minister of Housing Hon Nanaia Mahuta today announced a $2.793 million investment to support a new papakainga in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty.

    This investment will support Ranginui 12 Trust with infrastructure and construction costs to develop nine sites for housing on Maori land. The Trust is making their own considerable contribution of more than $2 million towards the project which totals $4.88m.

    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/219476-27-million-to-support-new-tauranga-papakainga.html?fbclid=IwAR34407H7Q-hK0HvoVP9xujghiDZQzdFWIvq-ZSaM3k2UMQHbxhMgkG6gjU

    $310k per house. well I guess that’s better than build ing a stte house for lowlifes to trash.

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  12. I recently bought a birthday card for my grandson.

    Scribbled inside it , it said;

    “Please help me I’m trapped inside a Korean card manufacturing warehouse”

    It also read;

    “Ironman says Happy Birthday your 5”

    I think I’ll still give it to him.

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  13. Who is Stacey Rose?

    Age: 19, turning 20 in September
    Ethnicity: New Zealand Māori (whakapapa Kai Tahu, also known as Ngāi Tahu)
    Profession: Barber
    Born and raised: Palmerston North
    Moved to Tauranga: Four months ago
    Lives in: Brookfield
    Passions: Public transport, the environment, representing young people.

    Stacey Rose almost didn’t run for the Bay of Plenty Regional Council. The 19-year-old barber cancelled his campaign and was ready to move on to other business ventures. Then a call from an old friend changed his mind and he decided, on the eve of the nomination deadline, to follow his dream and make some noise for youth issues. But he never intended to actually win. Samantha Motion meets Tauranga’s newest elected official.

    A teenage barber from Tauranga says he is in shock after unintentionally getting elected without a single vote being cast.

    FFS. been here 4 months and gets elected unopposed to EBOP.

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