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  1. “Harvard university being sued for body part theft and sales” It sounds like the skinny buck toothed horsefaced vampire has made the right choice in university’s to become a professor at, she’d be fully qualified for sneaking around at midnight with a bag full of arms ,legs and heads and dragging a few torsos behind her ,the fucking bitch.

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    • Im sure hes still up for dinner dates if youre a bit jealous bro.

      TBH reading that and knowing itll be exaggerated you cant help but wonder if gays are just the same as party sluts that have regret sex so call it rape to make themselves feel better.
      Sounds like the chap went there to do whatever it took to get 5k from a lonely old man but couldnt handle his booze.

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    • what a bullshit story

      I trust they did not convict the old fella on bullshit like that.
      But with NZ courts there is every chance.

      The little queer is lying.
      So some old chappie may or may not have grabbed his azz.
      Well here’s some fucking news, soft cock, that was experienced by half the 16 to 25 year old women in the 1960s.
      Hardly a reason to convict.

      Who did not have cellphone in 2008?
      The story is crap.
      The young poof got tipsy, did not get the $5000 he was expecting for free, did not like the meal, and may or may not have had his azz grabbed.
      That is all. End of story.

      What a pile of horseshit.
      If he want to lie well, watch some liebour politicians; but that is pitiful.
      Would not even get a candidacy for TOP with that pathetic lying.

      in fact the young poof should have got jail time for this nonsense..
      …talked about his years training at ChristChurch Cathedral and how the album was about nostalgia for childhood and genealogy…

      If he could not rustle up $5000 in 2008 to make his own album he is fucking useless.
      And a bullshitter.

      Just more advocacy from $tuffed.

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  2. Looks like kamala harris handlers will be panicking she let slip about the depopulation plan, shes trying to keep up with biden on letting the truth slip.
    As bad as those 2 are at least theyre more honest and transparent then our politicians even if its only due to saying the quiet part out loud.

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  3. Compulsory union hell, higher costs and more regulations for small business

    Consultation for the Hospitality Fair Pay Agreement (FPA) are well underway, but there are worries that employers are not fully aware of – or are not committed to – the obligations they must meet.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/07/16/concerns-employers-unprepared-for-fair-pay-agreement-shake-up/

    Under the FPA Bill passed last year, employers are required to advise staff that talks have started and ask if they want their information shared with the unions leading the process.

    However, there are fears some business owners may not be aware of their obligations which, if left unmet, could result in a fine of up to $40,000.

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  4. Invest if you dare. Carbon credits are a gamble.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/07/15/maori-landowners-head-to-un-in-bid-to-stop-emissions-trading-scheme-changes/
    Māori landowners are flying to the United Nations in a last-ditch effort to stop changes to the Emissions Trading Scheme.

    They say the Government’s proposals could jeopardise the local carbon credit industry, which is worth an estimated $16 billion to the Māori economy.

    The iwi is heavily invested in the planting of pine trees to earn money from carbon credits.

    But the Environmental Defence Society’s Gary Taylor said it’s “cheaper for emitters to buy off-sets in pine forests than it is to actually reduce their emissions”.

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    • Good idea, lets run off to the United Nations with the hope they will give the sovereign Nation of New Zealand a good old bashing with the proverbial stick.

      I hope the self centered Natives get told to “Sod Off”, now is a good time.

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    • The ETS was designed to decarbonise NZ by 2050 and its Govt incompetence in setting the reserve price against treasury advise that caused the last 3 auctions to fail, but there is a silver lining in that those credits will now be cancelled so the pool of credits reduces. As NZ forests are clear felled it takes 10 years before credits can be earned again so reduced supply will over time increase price and persuade emitters to reduce emmisions, exactly what the scheme was designed to do. In other words it a transistory arrangement whilst ways to reduce emmissions or seqeuster co2 in other ways occurs. Overseas credits are already more expensive than NZ credits so once international trading and transfers start the NZ pool will reduce and prices rise further persuading emitters to reduce emissions.

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  5. Seems apt to send on to any high school pupil & university student or even whatever age.
    Just a part of “you were warned”, & made your choices.

    In listening to it, it takes time to reflect on your own experiences & knowledge, of knowing an assortment of people at different levels & layers, & how this has been a sly insidious effect, to in part influencing many of us too.

    An Open Letter to Woke Youth
    https://youtu.be/mQZ3QOIVW1w
    22 minutes : July 11, 2023 : New Discourses : James Lindsay

    In many parts many of us may know, but this puts it in a good easily explained way, & shows the layers & levels that affect people.

    …. If you are Woke, you are in danger, not from the people you think you need to fight every waking moment of your day but from the people you support.
    History teaches this.
    The philosophy you support indicates it.
    If you succeed, you lose.
    If your movement fails, unless you make some serious changes, you also lose.
    That’s not an enviable position to be in.
    In this episode of New Discourses Bullets, host James Lindsay offers you this short open audio letter, hoping you might realize you are on a collision course with History in this movement, and that, as it is said,
    “History uses people and then discards them.”
    We at New Discourses hope you will listen. ….

    “”You have been trained to hate allegedly in the name of stopping hate”.
    “Maoism with American characteristics”

    ” ‘to have nothing authentic left about your self.
    The only place you will have a future is inside the most corrupt mega, .. corporate sector that is our new Western Soviet, a council of Stakeholders that knows the science of right human relations & holds the keys to sustainable development in a circular economy.
    If it supports ‘trans-rights’ & reducing emissions today you will support those things.
    If it changes it mind tomorrow for the glory of the new system, so will you, or you will be eliminated.
    Your only path to success in the system you advocate is to become a hollow soulless functionary and efficistic mega corporate and or governmental public-private partnership machine’ ”

    ‘Been sold a false promise of Liberation in place of Liberty’
    ‘We can not liberate ourselves from the truth or from reality’
    ‘If you liberate yourself from a free society, you end up in a tyranny.’ — all well said 👍
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – — –
    “What is the cost of lies?
    It’s not that we’ll mistake them for the truth.
    The real danger is that if we hear enough lies, then we no longer recognize the truth at all.” – Valery Legasov 1986
    That is how we also unwittingly become infected, even if to a minor degree. 🙁

    Yuri Bezmenov saying “once the revolutionaries witness what equity truly means they will revolt and the state won’t tolerate that”.

    “Few things are worse enemies of civilisation than a corrupt official;– but an honest official of corrupt laws is definitely one of them.” ;—
    Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes, by Juvenal

    Flows on from a comment I put with “Live Not by Lies” by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn February 1974
    Cultural revolution is complete when the new way of thinking simply becomes the way people think.
    The most serious threat to the West is not China or Russia but cultural self-hate.
    No coup is more effective than one committed by a people against itself.
    — Bruce Pardy

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    • Excellent listen, cheers for posting that S1.
      I will point out tho that really his argument applies to any political side and not just wokism, you could easily apply it to socialists, libertarians, conservatives, fascism and communism.
      It dosent matter the ideology as the same methods and result applies, only thing that changes are keas meat puppets that are the blind driving force behind the initial stages of the revolution.

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    • The right needs to provide tangible benefits to middle New Zealand, not ideology and hand outs to the better off. Samoan dunny cleaners getting tea breaks is not what’s holding us back, as Notional would have us believe.

      They should be liberal and pragmatic. They can start by promising to make weed legal. That will send a message.

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      • National is the political wing of the Vatican. Any displays of social liberalism displayed by its MPs will be rewarded by them spending eternity entombed in flaming crypts in the Sixth Circle of Hell.

        But if you’re a corporate, all good, do what you want & Godspeed.

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    • Chris Luxon is doing his very best to ensure that Liarbor and the greens with the Maori party rule for the rest of the millennia He is as useless as tits on a bull. People say he hasn’t had time to bed himself in yet but that it total bullshit. The opportunities he has missed out on and his agreement with liarbor etc etc make me feel ill.

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      • NN has the personality of a bowl of bread dough. His substance is bland, there is no oomph. A middle of the road middle manager of average intelligence trying to be something he shouldn’t attempt. Sure he sat in the CEO’s chair when he took over running an already well-run world renowned airline at the height of the international tourist boom and kept it running. Well done. He’s an average corporate Joe with a dream to be PM and lucky timing to be in parliament at a time when choices for leader are limited. That isn’t reason enough to run a country.

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      • Bob Hawke entered the australian parliament in Oct 1980 and 2.5 years later was a successful PM for 8 years.

        nude nut luxon is not even fit to clean Hawke’s shoes.
        luxon has surpassed his station in life.
        Very similar to b. Hussein Obama.
        Both in the johnny key orbit.

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    • TAH@1430

      Thank you. FWIW, IMHO, this is probably the article’s crucial paragraph

      ‘If the National Party and its ally, Act, are not unequivocally committed to rolling back the ethno-nationalist changes already imposed: the Maori Health Authority; Three Waters; Te Putahitanga; and to repudiating entirely the whole He Puapua blueprint; then by 2026 it is almost certain that neither of the right-wing parliamentary parties will any longer want to. By then, the ethno-nationalist constitution imposed upon “Aotearoa” will be seen by virtually the entire political class as no more than the application of simple “common sense”.

      Unfortunately, given luxflakes and seeless’s past performances, I doubt that anything will be rolled back and as a result nothing will change.

      Klaus will be so pleased…

      Sic transit gloria etc. etc.

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  6. Kelvin “Fuck Brain” Davis
    Symbol of a stupid stupid country.

    Your going to be stuck with this fucken parasite for a long time ..because you voted for these Labour idiots.
    …and yet some will continue to vote for them . even as our country descends into Rock Ape anarchy.
    Want proof ?
    Who would be stupid enough to continue listening to the cunt Dame Comrade Ardern ?
    Theres people who are paying to do so !!!
    Why is the cunt even allowed back here?
    Lynch mob NZ !!!

    Get out while you can and leave it to the sub-human savages and stupid cows.

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  7. A rabbit walked it to a rabbit bar and ordered a Bunny Ale and a toasted cheese sandwich. When he finished he ordered another Bunny Ale and a toasted mushroom sandwich. The third time he went to the bar for another Bunny Ale and a toasted cucumber and lettuce sandwich.
    Two minutes later the rabbit is rolling around on the floor in agony.
    The bunny barman rushes over and asks ’What’s wrong?’’ and the rabbit looked up at him.

    ‘’Mixing me toasties’’

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  8. If you think Mick Cullen, the former History Lecturer and Finance Minister under Helen Clark left the cupboard bare when John Key tossed her out in 2008, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

    In the last few days, the Fat Poof of a Finance Minister, Grant Robertson and the scribble faced Foreign Minister, Mahuta, have given away $50 million dollars of money, borrowed on your behalf and for which you and your children will have to repay to:

    $4 million to the Ukraine
    $19 million for wetlands in Asia at risk of claimed Climate Change
    $11 million to Afghanistan
    $15.6 million to Indonesia to help with Geothermal Energy

    $50 million dollars given to countries and people who have little in connection with New Zealand and in the most part would be ungrateful for this largesse. The people of the Hawkes Bay, West Auckland and East Coast mean little to this Government, for they could have done with this money.

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    • No moves are political. They are financial.

      If Robbo was being generous he would give it to the people of Hawkes Bay, West Auckland and East Coast. Or Canterbury for the aftermath of several of floods, the effects of which are still felt. Or the Christchurch earthquake – there is still a lot of damaged infrastructure / piping in the ground that need replacement.

      History shows us that tyrants never ever give money away unless there is a return, or a way of moving public money to private money. Tyrants always demand kickbacks.

      Is Robbo bolstering up his retirement fund?

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      • Don’t want to go on about the flood but talked to friend this morning who told me of a family not far from me who were on their roof holding on to a television aerial.
        The water was 6 inches below the top of the roof.
        They were rescued by chopper and not long after the water was half a metre over the house.
        The two kids are still affected by the experience.
        Keep hearing more stories that underline that it was a major.

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        • And WO, these people regretfully will continue to suffer, while this Government gives money away overseas which could be used to help New Zealanders recover from this terrible ordeal.

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          • What’s getting me at present wg is the accomodation situation.
            Many have moved to town while sorting things out but quite a number have cabins, caravans , motor homes to live in and others are lining sheds.
            The couple I saw today have moved back to the top story of their house. The bottom is gutted to studs but the external cladding is still there.
            They are sleeping in their clothes to keep warm.
            They are 75..
            Another couple come out every day and just don’t know how to recover.both 75 and had operations last year. They are hoping to get a tiny house or decent cabin soon.
            So many scenarios. Many of us have been here a long time as well so it’s hard to give up a life’s work when your not ready.
            My neighbour has moved back.
            Had a fairly new home with concrete walls and foundation.very robust but the water actually ate away under the concrete foundation in places . Not sure how they will deal with that.
            Many of us that know each other seem to have a new bond.lots of hugs on meeting now and even people from outside like digger drivers and truckies are really good .
            The latest valuations came out last week and everyone is laughing . Huge increases that ring a bit hollow now.

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    • The left love slogans. It saves them from having to think. They attach to anything that makes them look good to other leftists while allowing them to vent their hatred for humanity disguised as virtue.

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    • Hipkins just a dishonest Arsehole.

      “He promised a “positive, forward-looking campaign that’s focused on cutting inflation, bringing down the cost of living, keeping people and communities safe and investing in education, health and housing”.

      I know I am stuffed in the head but I can still remember back a few short years and months and it was Labour, Hipkins and Ardern who created all these problems, which the Ginger Schoolboy now claims, he is going to fix.

      Spare me!

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      • Yep, he was at the righthand of the bitch during her reign of terror.
        Plus he was there during the lead up to it aswell.
        His mother has been installed to lead the Education Dept coruption.
        You have to ask which labour minister is NOT corupt/////////

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    • Thanks Bon:–
      ‘In Shit and Poo’

      Note the right hand picture of Shaneel Lal, being on the right hand for Hipkins.
      Was he thinking of Hipkin’s favourite, “sausage rolls”? & who’s sausage roll in particular?

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  9. It seems to be a “gold fever” which can turn to murder to gain the riches.

    ….. Western Australian government has just issued a report documenting a rate of adverse reactions to Covid vaccines 24 times larger than any previous vaccine.
    However, there is still the rebuttal— ….. [yeah right] …

    …… a [gold] rush to offer new vaccines and drugs in the hope of huge profits.
    Pharmaceutical giant GSK is releasing a vaccine it calls Arevxy against common runny nose infection RSV which it says is 94% effective, although the side effects are worryingly familiar.
    The target populations are the over 60s and newborns. ‘Newborns’ means that ultimately GSK hopes every baby will have to take it, in other words everyone. ….

    …. Why are our politicians, medical professionals, and media remaining silent?
    Why are thousands injured by vaccines being gaslighted and ignored?
    Why is the government still telling the public it is essential to keep on getting Covid vaccinations and many other novel biotech cures?
    The longer this goes on, the more criminally motivated it all appears. ….

    https://hatchardreport.com/the-pandemic-started-a-medical-gold-rush-and-its-happening-now/

    Others “salt the mines” with traces of gold to make extremely good prices.

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  10. ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️Banks checking loan affordability against ‘test’ rates of 8.75% to 9.5%⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️

    ANALYSIS: If you think taking out a home loan at 7% is tough – what about 9.5%?

    As the retail rates charged by banks have increased, so too have the “test rates” that they use to check that buyers can afford the loans.

    They are now between 8.75% and 9.5%. That may be as high as they get now that the Reserve Bank opted to keep the official cash rate on hold.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/132542085/banks-checking-loan-affordability-against-test-rates-of-875-to-95

    LOL 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  11. SBS Bank pushes its one year term deposit rate offer to a 15 year high of 6.5% and well above every other bank. We are moving into an unfamiliar zone where some TD offers are higher than inflation

    https://www.interest.co.nz/personal-finance/123007/sbs-bank-pushes-its-one-year-term-deposit-rate-offer-15-year-high-65-and

    Are you a money renter or a money landlord? 🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

    Our resident spruikers lies revealed again.

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  12. ➡️”Budget 2020: Almost $1 billion invested in protecting Māori in wake of COVID-19 pandemic”

    ➡️”$380 million delivering about 1000 new homes for Māori including papakāinga housing, repairs to about 700 Māori-owned homes and expanding support services.
    • $242.8m for Māori health initiatives, including setting up the new Māori Health Authority.
    • $150m in Māori Education to support Māori boarding schools and lift kōhanga reo teachers’ pay.
    • $42m to build a sustainable Māori media sector and invest in programme content.
    • $15m for Māori tourism.
    • $14.8m for the implementation of the Māori language strategy.

    The Government has announced a $1.1 billion package for Māori, including nearly a quarter of a billion dollars for health initiatives such as setting up the new Māori Health Authority.
    The package also places a strong emphasis on improving housing outcomes, with $380m set aside to deliver 1000 papakāinga homes among other measures. Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson said Budget 2021 struck “the right balance”, between economic recovery and social investment, while ensuring a “by Māori, for Māori” approach in areas like justice reform, health and education.”

    Accountability?? Receipts ??
    Fuckers.

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  13. Election 2023: National’s $500 million promise to establish ‘pothole repair fund’ unveiled
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/07/election-2023-national-s-500-million-promise-to-establish-pothole-repair-fund-unveiled.html

    National transport spokesperson Simeon Brown said the funds would cover “potholes and other damage to both local roads and state highways”, with $500m over three years being allocated to regional authorities and Waka Kotahi (NZTA).

    New Zealand’s pothole crisis has been a hot topic in recent months. Last year, NZTA received a record number of complaints about damaged vehicles caused by potholes.

    “In 2022, over 54,000 potholes needed repair on state highways around New Zealand, the highest number in 10 years,” Brown said. “In Auckland alone, there is a backlog of 1000 kilometres of needed road repairs, with Auckland Transport estimating it will take up to 10 years to clear.

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  14. MELBOURNE, Fla. (CBS12) — The Brevard County Republican Executive Committee (BREC) has voted on a controversial proposal.

    Group leaders have written the first draft of a letter they want to send to Gov. Ron DeSantis and other state officials, calling on them to make the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines illegal in Florida.

    https://cbs12.com/news/local/brevard-county-gop-covid-19-vaccine-bioweapon-gov-ron-desantis-florida-attorney-general-ashley-moody-treasure-coast-july-13-2023

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    • 1. It is a miserably bad weapon.

      2. “violations of the Nuremberg Code” the Nuremberg Code has not been adopted by any country ever. It was a made up thing for the Nuremberg show trials and is the biggest disgrace in legal history.

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      • Whitey came to NZ and settled in the North Shore. There’s so many of them that even the cartoon series ”Bro Town” had a South African character. Now with the Maori uprising these folk must be thinking of where do they go next? Is there a next given turbulent global instability?

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    • As an ex saffa, that’s bullshit. Whites and others are lining up to leave asap. No electricity, crime, no work if you do reflect, Fuck,its a basket case. Had a number of family and friends go back for holidays, they a;ll came back saying the same thing. Place is fucked.

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  15. The ACT Party has released its list for the election, with two sitting MPs moved down the list, a relatively unknown candidate placed at number four and another MP to leave Parliament.

    It was announced that ACT MP James McDowall, who was absent from the list, is retiring at this election.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/132554781/act-releases-candidate-list-mp-james-mcdowall-to-retire

    David Seymour – Epsom
    Brooke van Velden – Tāmaki
    Nicole McKee – Rongotai
    Todd Stephenson – Southland
    Andrew Hoggard – Rangitikei
    Karen Chhour – Upper Harbour
    Mark Cameron – Northland
    Simon Court – Te Atatū
    Parmjeet Parmar – Pakuranga
    Laura Trask – Banks Peninsula
    Cameron Luxton – Bay of Plenty
    Antonia Modkova – Panmure-Ōtāhuhu
    Ash Parmar – Hamilton East
    Toni Severin – Christchurch East
    Ben Harvey – Selwyn
    Rob Douglas – Tukituki
    Chris Baillie – Nelson
    Christine Young – Tauranga
    Zane Cozens – Taupō

    Who is Christine Young?
    never heard of her in this town.
    Here she is.

    https://www.act.org.nz/by_election_tauranga_christineyoung
    ACT swipes former National MP Parmjeet Parmar as new candidate
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/132195184/act-swipes-former-national-mp-parmjeet-parmar-as-new-candidate?cx_testId=3&cx_testVariant=cx_1&cx_artPos=1#cxrecs_s

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  16. Has Tarquin arrived back?

    Man and dog lost at sea for two months have been found in the Pacific Ocean
    A Sydney man and his dog Bella were discovered by a tuna trawler off the coast of Mexico after drifting around the Pacific Ocean for two months.

    The crew filmed the moment they came across Tim Shaddock and his dog, who survived by eating raw fish and drinking rainwater.

    Footage of the rescue shows a very gaunt Shaddock saying he only had “fishing gear, survival gear” aboard the catamaran, according to news.com.au.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/man-and-dog-lost-at-sea-for-two-months-have-been-found-in-the-pacific-ocean/PZDF3MIBERBNTA4YSY2STIVPKE/

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  17. ACT have chosen Simon Casey as the Wairarapa candidate. From his bio:

    …….”I began my working life as an electronic engineer. Having a strong entrepreneurial drive, I founded an online property management and booking company. I grew this to a multimillion-dollar business and sold it 18 months ago to a multinational company. My wife and I have since moved from Wellington to the Wairarapa.”……

    It goes on to well written, if predictable, description of his interests & what he could do as a local MP.

    All good but by contrast I now know less about Mike Butterick who is again the National candidate in what used to be a National stronghold. If I as a reasonably aware political tragic wouldn’t know him if he sat up & yodelled in the middle of my soup plate then who does & who is going to vote for him?

    They may as well have stood the Invisible Man. Are the Nats trying to lose this election too?

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  18. Good read for those intersted in this info.

    What scientists just discovered about NZ’s big-risk Hikurangi Subduction Zone
    For scientists trying to understand the complex mechanics of New Zealand’s largest natural hazard, it’s perhaps the biggest question of all to answer.

    What is it that drives the “slow-slip” earthquakes that we never feel at the surface, yet which appear to cast so much influence on activity at our plate boundary?

    Now, an international study has taken us much closer to solving the enigma of these deep-seated, slow-motion processes, which often act as pressure-release valves in a fault zone capable of unleashing monster earthquakes and tsunamis.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/what-scientists-just-discovered-about-nzs-big-risk-hikurangi-subduction-zone/2AK2AZOSM5GCZAVNWVLMQLG3A4/

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  19. Here’s an idea.
    Decolonization. Give the land back.
    What exactly do you mean by “land”?

    I say, give the land back. Note: I did not say “give back the land with freehold rights protected by New Zealand law.”
    Give back the land (but without rights.) Anyone who has the arms to take the land can do so. Just as it ever was.

    Self-identifying Maori might realize that “land” is really “territory we occupy by force until someone bigger comes along and takes it.”

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