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  1. Quick-fix housing solution becomes a $100 million problem

    A temporary government scheme to place homeless people in motels for a week has become so entrenched that thousands of families are getting stuck in their makeshift homes for up to a year.

    Initially a small initiative to address rising demand for public housing, the use of government-funded motels has rapidly grown into a $100 million-a-year problem.
    The use of motels has expanded significantly under the Coalition Government. In a briefing to new Housing Minister Megan Woods released last week,

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12266466

    Perhaps she needs to ask Phyliis Twyford about this as well!

    The motel rooms are costing the Government around $1500 a week. Information released under the Official Information Act shows motel charges have risen around 40 per cent since the government started using them for emergency shelters three years ago.

    For some motels, it is the best use as they are old and at least built with concrete walls that hurt when you punch them.

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    • Last time I saw her I told my daughter that she was sounding more like Cindy bin Lying with her lazy pronunciation of “d” sounds when she meant “t” in her You Tube videos. She e mailed me a couple of days later and said she was horrified when she realized how sloppy her diction was and has made a real effort, successfully, to correct herself. The young can sometimes take advice from us old farts.

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  2. Barry Soper :If political capital was cash, Labour would be bankrupt. Haworth may be gone but many questions remain. And if your expecting answers from the top you will be waiting a long time.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12266895
    This is absolute bullshit from Labour with trying to cover there mates from a serious crime at all costs with the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister right up to there neck in trying to pervert justice.

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    • And you wonder why they stick up for Muslims as much as they do they see no problem with Mo being a pedo it fits right in with their own perversions quite nicely, subjugation of females again no problems as shown by the victims being treated like criminals (sharia 101) then blatant lies to keep the masses stupefied into believing dear leader is above reproach, i guess i could go on about woman in islamic countries being whipped beaten & jailed for not wearing a hijab while our pathetic PM virtue signals to the world that females are less inferior to men and must cover up but im sure i have made my point

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      • Yup Liar! Liar! Your hijab is on fire!
        Our PM is a justice pervert and a mix of Marxism and the Koran makes it alright.
        I wish the PM who never wanted to be one was honest and was running the most transparent government ever.
        Resign! Now!

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  3. A Sydney problem of the homeless, also put in a motel.

    Unlicensed father-of-three who ‘hit and killed’ a schoolboy, 12, was living as a vagrant in motels after his housing commission home burnt down – and had little contact with his kids
    ~Driver charged with killing a young boy had been a vagrant in the months before
    ~Rabih Abdulrahman allegedly ran a red light and killed a 12-year-old pedestrian
    ~The youngster was walking to school at Hurstville, in Sydney, when he was killed
    ~Abdulrahman had been living in a commission home but it was destroyed by fire
    ~The 36-year-old was unemployed before the horror crash about 8.40am Friday

    Seems more than likely there is some more “unmentioned coefficient”, besides the mix of homelessness, unemployed, suspended licence, drugs, correction orders, knives, , etc. etc..

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  4. And joy for all of us as compulsory history teaching announced.
    First get hold of the education system and proceed to teach the children the truth.

    Our kids will be indoctrinated like never before with compulsion.
    Will National vow to overturn this marxist move?

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  5. Labour sexual abuse story isn’t going to go away

    The PM’s press stand-up was embarrassingly incompetent. It piled inadequacy upon inadequacy. It reeked of cover-up and shiftiness.

    16 months after the PM and the Party President cooked up the “let’s send it off for a review to a QC and let’s all hope it goes away” strategy with the initial Labour Rape camps scandal – the PM now says “the Party wasn’t equipped to deal with accusations of this nature”. No shit Sherlock. That’s what happens when you try to use the “we’re doing a review” cover-up technique. Of course the party can’t handle that sort of issue:
    – To start off with, the party is a political entity. The conflict of interest in paying a lawyer (who will have judge-ship ambitions no doubt) to do the review is fraught with conflicting interests, as is the fact that they’re being paid by the party (customer is always right!)
    – The party has none of the social service skills to be able to deal sensitively and in a victim-centric fashion

    This ‘review’ approach has only ever been used as a cover-up technique, for this issue to keep on coming back must mean that this is an ‘iceberg’ issue (ie there is so much of this under the water and invisible that it has been impossible to keep some of it surfacing).

    The PM’s leadership has been found fatally wanting, the easy way to have dealt with this was the moment it surfaced the boil had to be lanced. The Labour Youth Camp rape perp had to be named, shamed and thrown to the police and the full force of the law had to have been seen to have delivered. If that had happened, seismic shock waves would have reverberated around the Beehive and the rapey senior staffer would never have dared to carry on with his abusive practices. But Cindy looked the other way and tried to cover it up, that sent the unavoidable message that young Labour accolytes are there to be abused, that’s always been the way with the Labour party and so there was no clear signal that “It’s NOT OK” anymore.

    This is an unrecoverable smear on the PM, there is no way back. Everyone now knows (even if they won’t admit it publicly) that the PM is weak on rapey behaviour and she’s too timid to do the right thing. The only face-saving course for her to take is to:
    – “reluctantly” stand down for medical reasons,
    – give a heart-felt interview to Women’s Weekly admitting that the job took more of a physical toll than a new mother can endure and
    – that she is going to spend more time with her family.

    There is a chance that, if she times it right, that there might be a groundswell of sympathy for her and that the Labour party might salvage a 30% result out it. If she stays on – her vanishing confidence will be a lead weight that drags Labour down to a 25% result in 2020.

    She is now as much of a lame duck PM as her mates Trudeau and Macron.

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  6. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.
    Teach a feminist to fish and she will accuse you of patronising her, claim she knew how to do it anyway and that even if she didn’t, she could easily work it out without the help of a man.

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  7. Oh if this is true its a disgusting result of a society of unfeeling uncaring disgraceful people. I would not judge people in the first 12 weeks, or if there were some dreadful illness to beset the unborn baby. There is however the morning after pill etc but this and the following sexual fetish is beyond the pale. It makes me ill to the core to even think about.

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  8. I wonder how many times sweet innocent (sarc) Jacinda, was touched up, propositioned or gangbanged on her way to the top in such a poisonous organisation. Must be quite common for reports of complaints to be so “Whatever”…
    Will she encourage “Neve” into politics – I think not 🙂
    Resign!

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  9. For those that no longer visit KB heres a beaut summation from DPF
    That no-one at any stage before this week informed her that a member of her staff had been accused of rape or sexual assault
    That her Chief of Staff who knew, never told her
    That her office director, who knew over eight months ago, never told her
    That her Chief Press Secretary, who knew, never told her
    That her closest friend and colleague, Grant Robertson, who knew three months ago, never told her
    That she took advice on an e-mail sent two months ago accusing the staffer of sexual assault, but never actually read the e-mail
    That she didn’t read a single newspaper item or listen a single radio or TV broadcast or read a single story online over the last five weeks which mentioned the allegations included sexual assault
    That the daily print out of political newspaper clippings to her, somehow omitted all the ones which mentioned the sexual assault allegations.
    That she never once asked a member of her staff what exactly were the allegations against the person who worked for her, after he stopped coming to work five weeks ago
    That when she said she told the Labour Party Council a month ago they are not the appropriate body to investigate a sexual assault, she was using that hypothetically and had no idea that was one of the complaints
    That when Mike Hosking asked her on the 6th of August about “this bloke who may or may not have sexual assaulted someone” she didn’t hear the question properly
    That despite the fact some of the complainants had gone to the Deputy Leader of the Opposition with allegations about a member of her own staff, she never sought details from anyone at anytime about those allegations – she just relied on a verbal assurance from the party president

    Lie your way out of that Ardern you vile pos

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    • While I understand where you are coming from and agree, it will never happen. The wagons will be circled and it will be “business as usual”. A comment on another blog seriously suggested an election before Xmas –again a nice thought but it will never happen. The Left never feel the need to be accountable.

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  10. Oral questions in Parliament this afternoon:
    Q1. Hon PAULA BENNETT to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her statements and actions?
    Will the PM be present? She isn’t usually on Thursdays, but then WP is not there to run deflection.

    Q3. Hon PAULA BENNETT to the Minister for Women: Does she believe all women in New Zealand should feel safe from sexual and physical violence in the workplace?
    Exactly. Where are all these #Metoo = #Wetoo woke folk?

    “Of course, we need to make sure that we have environments in all of our workplaces that meet the expectations of alleged victims, and that respond to those situations. There are things that need to be dealt with here, and I will continue to work to ensure that they are addressed, whilst also taking very seriously my responsibility as leader of New Zealand to create a justice system where people feel confident going through. ” Um-Ah-Dern 10 Sep 2019

    Of course, yes.
    It’s the Justice System’s fault now.
    Pants on fire.

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  11. Went looking for Jacind’as resignation on Stuff. Hardly a mention of the scandal. However, they have this piece which is good, except for the bit “We Care”. Yes we care unless you are a Rape Victim of the Labour Party. https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/destinations/nz/115709407/what-new-zealand-does-better-than-the-rest-of-the-world

    The Labour Pqrty need to make some changes to their website

    Under the “Lets do This – Are you with Us?” they need to change the “sign up for emails now” to Sign up for Harassment, Sexual Assault, Rape, and a glorious cover up. “I’m In” – Battle cry of Labour Rapists since time immemorial.

    https://www.labour.org.nz/

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  12. Parliament is the House of Representatives for the voters of NZ so why is Kelvin replying to questions from Paula Bennett in Maori when a tiny percentage of the population understand his answers? The parliamentarians are also conflicted over the translation of “rumour”.

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    • I was listening to Parliament when Davis was questioned.
      It is an absolute scandal that he answers in Maori.
      It shows the stupidity of allowing the language to be spoken in parliament at all.
      The House of Representatives is for all people of the country and as such the language used most commonly should be used exclusively in the House.
      Davis also has to be one of the most incompetent MP’s I have ever known.
      What a disgrace .

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  13. Jimmytwomums and Robbo are walking down a rural road when they notice a sheep with its head stuck in the fence. Robbo walks over, drops his pants and has his way with the captured animal. When finished, he turns to Jimmy and says, “You know, you could have some of this too.” So Jimmytwomums runs over and sticks his head in the fence.

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    • Ed.
      Do you think the fat fairy has costume accessories consisting of under size butterfly wings and tight fitting leotards he wears around the home when doing the housework?
      Or does he just wear them when he’s on the job?(wink-wink)

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  14. I’ve never been against abortion, but I felt sick to the very core of my soul reading that.

    I think about my own children, their births, and how much I deeply love them. My youngest daughter is 9 and she still climbs into bed and snuggles up with her Dad some nights, and as she drifts off to sleep I stroke her dear little head and think about how precious she is to me.

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  15. Ms Ardern.
    You are destroying our country.
    Desist.
    Stand down.
    You have failed miserably as a leader.

    Here is a list of the 10 most common traits of a bad leader.(Worldwide survey)

    1. Lack of team cohesion
    2. They lack vision
    3. They are nowhere to be found
    4. They over promise
    5. They lie
    6. Their feedback isn’t relevant
    7. They have favorites
    8. They are never wrong
    9. They hog the limelight
    10. They constantly change their mind

    You have excelled in all ten.
    Despicable.
    I neither revere nor endorse you.

    Sincerely,
    Silent majority of New Zealand.

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  16. Kea’s on to it. We’d like to know who it is out of sheer curiosity but that’s between the complainants & the Labour Party.

    We’re better to focus on Chompers & her ceaseless attempts at obfuscation. There’ll never be a better chance gifted to us to get rid of the lying sack of shit & to utilise it means keeping our desperate Fourth Estate on the job.

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  17. Haa ha hah ha ha…. It’s all just rumours! Davis is a total muttonhead.
    He can’t see the damage his Maori BS in parliament today has done to both Te Reo and his govt of muppets.
    The public in NZ deserve the truth now!
    Perverting justice? – Let’s do this
    Resign SLG just Resign!!

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  18. This scandal is bad.
    But what is worse is what the COL has done and is doing to NZ
    Major roads cancelled
    Huge wage rises
    Falling Business Confidence
    Rising unemployed
    Free benefits (no sanctions)
    No Oil and Gas – Taranaki
    Anti farmers
    Compulsory Unions coming
    Soft on justice
    Maori this and Maori that Aoetoeroa Aoetoeroa.
    Tax on SUV’s
    Mad Genter

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  19. What did her close friend and confidante Grant Robertson know, and did he pass any message, however oblique, to the Prime Minister? Also, consider Speaker Trevor Mallard, who was only too keen to get involved in the Jamie-Lee Ross scandal to embarrass the National Party, and is a well-known sponge for political gossip. He seems so keen to protect the Prime Minister in the House, it is hard to believe he was in the dark on this issue involving a member of the Parliamentary staff, and did not pass on what he knew.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/opinion/101645/peter-dunne-asks-some-hard-questions-about-allegations-sexual-misconduct-within

    The chronology shows that allegations of misbehaviour by the now suspended staff member were made to senior Labour Party officials in late 2018. Following further allegations of sexual misconduct, a subcommittee of Labour’s New Zealand Council, the Party’s ruling body, convened in March this year to consider those. Its findings were considered by the full Council in June. Some time after that, the staff member was suspended from the Prime Minister’s office, and required to work from home.

    Now, the Prime Minister is an ex-officio member of the New Zealand Council, and while she would not be expected (or indeed able) to attend all of its meetings, she could reasonably expect to be briefed by the President (and the Caucus representative, usually the Caucus Secretary) and other members on what took place at meetings she was not present at. It would surely have been impossible to discuss these matters at the New Zealand Council without any reference to the sexual misconduct allegations, nor would it have made it any sense to do so. After all, that was what the subcommittee had been established to consider.

    Dunne tosses them all under the bus.

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  20. I posted on KB MARCH 15, 2018 9:00AM comment on the Labour Party summer camp and repeated again.

    She never did learn, but touts the cultist labour themes as she learnt
    Just hoping there is no evidence ? or …

    Police said the complaint against the former list MP did not reach the “evidential threshold” required to bring charges. ….

    …. He [Darren Hughes] is known to have spent time at the Hawke’s Bay bolthole of broadcaster Paul Henry with Labour MP Jacinda Ardern, but colleagues are refusing to say where he might go now.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/5118757/Darren-Hughes-says-he-still-has-much-to-offer

    Hidden and colleagues keeping quiet while “with Labour MP Jacinda Ardern”,

    Let see if one can draw out more poisonous people with their stinking righteous attitudes.

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    • ……”Darren Hughes has signalled his hopes for a political comeback”……

      That should ensure that Labour becomes an equal opportunities home for deviants. Mr Y (or his replacement) molests the girls while the red headed creep fucks his stupefied boy victims over a medicine ball on Parliament’s steps.

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      • He’s been over in the UK rogering the alter boys too.

        Darren Hughes is Chief Executive of the Electoral Reform Society (ERS). The ERS is a civil society organisation striving to make British democracy fit for the 21st century. Since joining the ERS in 2012, Hughes has been responsible for driving the Society’s campaigns and research priorities.

        Under the leadership of Hughes and former Chief Executive Katie Ghose, the Electoral Reform Society has broadened its remit beyond its traditional focus on voting systems, to promote other issues that are vital to the health of British democracy. These priorities fall within the campaign and research fields of “A Fair Franchise”, “Who Runs Britain?”, and “Democratic Futures”.

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    • Speaking last year at the UN general assembly, she said the #MeToo movement must become “we too”.

      Ardern told the assembly: “It seems surprising that in this modern age we have to recommit ourselves to gender equality, but we do. And I for one will never celebrate the gains we have made for women domestically, while internationally other women and girls experience a lack of the most basic of opportunity and dignity.”

      Not only bullshit but “wee too”
      Filth upon filth.
      F..king hypocrite.

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    • The GG should spell it out to her in no uncertain terms that her demise is imminent and this country’s political stability takes priority.
      Unfortunately, our GG IS a nag. So ….horses for courses.
      We are currently witnessing an imploding politcal party, hell bent on dragging us with them.
      Ardern is the catalyst. No ifs, whens, whys or buts.

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  21. Matt McCartens international interns working under substandard conditions and pay.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/93955534/labour-party-brings-in-unpaid-overseas-students
    Despite the Labour Party making Matt MacCarten to take the blame here is where they applications were sent to from the different overseas universities.

    To apply, please send your resume and a brief cover letter to caitlin.johnson@labour.org.nz
    https://umichpicsannouncements.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/labour-party-campaign-fellowship-in-new-zealand/

    Why did the Labour Party promise that Helen Clark would talk to them, but that did not proceed.
    What and why did Helen Clark not give them an “uplifting world changing speech”. In hindsight, was there a fear of some contaminant?

    promise of a “high powered learning programme” which included talks from Helen Clark, Andrew Little and Jacinda Ardern,
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/the-wireless/374675/unpaid-unhappy-and-over-here-labour-s-intern-scandal-explained

    Alison Mau with the #metoo and our media need to make exposure go international. 🙂

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  22. Well isn’t this been an intersting week and we still have friday at 4pm for labour to sneak in the next round of resignations! Who will it be, Woody or Robbo, maybe someone else!
    How can the Labour mps sit back and hold their head high?
    What were the females thinking?
    Not a little squeak out of them!
    Will there be a rush to stand down next election?

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  23. With so many mean people picking on poor Cindy, how long will it be before that neo-chivalrous Jethro fires up his twit account to tell us that he never saw sexual assault mentioned in any of Cindy’s correspondence, so he can categorically assure his mouth-breathing followers that it never was.
    The rest of the sorry tale has been like a “Carry on …” film, so why not have the country’s #1 idiot involved as well.

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