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  1. “When you listen to a hit by Green Day from the 2004 album of the same name, it becomes clear what sleepy Joe meant by saying that he was an A I”
    A tweet by Dmitry Medvedev explaining what old Joe meant by saying ” I am the A I” LMFAO, the old pedophile is being universally lampooned and ridiculed worldwide yet the American MSM are still insisting that he’s the perfect president, this really is a clown world we are all living in..

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  2. Did anyone tell Jimmy Twomums you don’t get a free B.M.W limousine with a driver and heated seats when you’re sitting on the cross benches? Assuming 5% of the country want racist communist activists in parliament at all?

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      • ..Liarbour is toast

        want a bet ?

        There a lot of very stupid people about.
        They voted lab/Grn in 2020 after 3 years of horror.
        They will do so again.

        The trend is that Notional will NOT get above 37% in October.
        People recognise that the current Gnats are Green lite , or at best , teal.
        There are three people who make the decisions– Willis, nude nut and get boosted.
        The rest get shafted like M Pugh, OConnor, Hipango. This has taught the others to shut up.
        Even a lot of MPS are not on board with nude nut, so how can you expect voters?
        luxon is a foreign body, injected by globalists into notional. He is like a rogue vaXXX

        There are a lot of homeless votes right now.
        liebour increased homelessness; notional is not offering anyone a home.
        At this stage, it will be the overhang that decides the result.

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    • Personally I feel this sums up the current stupidity of “those in charge”.
      I travelled from Christchurch to Waimate yesterday in the afternoon. Nowhere was the road completely covered at that time, in a few places the west side of the road had water over it, the east side had the potholes. The rivers were quite up as is expected, those who know the South Island, the wide braided rivers sit there most of the time waiting for the rains when they get bank to bank.
      The Ashburton Bridge, the flow was well under the top, to close it, why. To say it was closed due to the build-up of flood debris is crap. It was announced in the afternoon and reopened at 6,00 – there was no way any debris has been cleared away by man anymore than at the Rakaia River Bridge, 30 minutes down the road.

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    • Ian Wishart is having a go a NIWA on Twitter. They said Akaroa had record rainfall in the last day or so. Wishart says it took him 90 seconds to look up data from the past to show multiple times when the rainfall exceeded recent days in Akarao.
      Good on him for showing NIWA up for their alarmism and incompetence.

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      • Wishart has a ‘hard on’ for NIWA. He called them out over their failure to report historical floods and flood damage, thereby giving an impression to the gullible that huge floods are a new phenomena.

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  3. NZ First would campaign on five key issues, he said. This would see the party take a stand against “racist separatism”, fight Australian-owned banks and the supermarket duopoly, invest in health and social services, as well as crime and eldercare.
    There was also enthusiastic applause when Peters declared NZ First would stop the “indoctrination” of children.
    The crowd cheered with Peters ruled out working with the “racist” Labour Party.
    “I made it very clear,” he said. Asked if he stood by his earlier call, to rule out Labour, Peters cussed Labour of racism and said “I don’t like racists”.
    There was also enthusiastic applause when Peters declared NZ First would stop the “indoctrination” of children. Issues of gender identity and sexuality were raised often this weekend, as NZ First held its election-year AGM.

    Well there you have it – everyone who do want to vote for National or ACT – waiting to see if Democracy NZ will make the limit – Winnie is here with all guns firing, saying all the right things, he will get over the 5% without any doubt.

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    • He is a list. Jones won’t make Northland, never has and winston now wants a woman to keep him in Parliament.
      What did he promise Casey?
      He only put her in Waikato the attack DNZ. wont’t work as there she will be no 3 or 4 on the voting and being farming mostly they will support the person many have known for many years. She is just a spoiler and has been sucked in by a scheming old Maori past his time.

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      • ^ DNZs wannabe campaign manager and head counseller is running scared and slagging off the nz1 candidates that are going to shit all over DNZs losers.
        Shane probs wont win northland but hes gunna beat the lying ex pig matt king…. you know the “freedom guy” that supported lockdowns and mandates, he only quit the party months after mandates were introduced.

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        • SB – You are wrong.
          Lockdowns as orchestrated by Ardern were during 2020 not mandates.
          COVID-19 vaccinations in New Zealand began on 20 February 2021
          The passport system came into force December 2nd 11.59pm 2021.

          He lost and left Parliament in October 2020.

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              • Not at all Ed, you guys cant prove the ludicris claims that matt king is a man of principle and a freedom fighter.
                Hes winston peters mk2 and just bullshits gullable old fools except with a fraction of the following and popularity.

                If im lying then im sure youve got plenty of evidence pre protest of his freedom stance and opposition to mandates etc

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                • Read it again
                  “SB – You are wrong.
                  Lockdowns as orchestrated by Ardern were during 2020 not mandates.
                  COVID-19 vaccinations in New Zealand began on 20 February 2021
                  The passport system came into force December 2nd 11.59pm 2021.

                  He lost and left Parliament in October 2020.

                  I would suggest that forming and organising a new political party is proof enough that he was opposed to what was going on – I presume you are not delusional enough that you would expect that he would get any coverage at all in the MSM during this time.
                  What’s in it for you to keep going on about it trying to reinforce your views over the reality that a decent man is caring enough about this Country to try and do something about it, more than any keyboard warrior.
                  He may well not succeed, which to me would be a shame, but better than just criticise the status quo and not endeavour to do something about it while offering an alternative.

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                  • Ex cop, ex nat certainly does not equate to a “decent man”

                    Theres nothing in it for me, i just see braindead sheep getting suckered into fake shit so i call it out.

                    The forming of a political party only AFTER he seen there was a potential 5%, he didnt have the courage or integrity to do so when the first mandates come in or vax passes. He was part of the problem and went along to get jabbed up himself then refused to disclose his hypocracy and expose himself as a fraud.
                    Everything hes done is not for you, me or the good of the country it was done purely for selfish narcisistic reasons.

                    Covid nutter movement us deminishing by the day, only the most derranged bang on about the butthurt. Theres bigger issues to worry about now and most ppl hace come to the realisation that 1 or 2 lonely politicians cant change a thing esp when the leader has already shat over his founding principle “to entrench and enshrine the bill of rights” and you dumb fucks fall for his BS political marketing of his cowardly backdown.

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      • sucked in by a scheming old Maori past his time.

        I would never vote for NZF and I consider Peters to be a traitorous asehole. But having said that Viking, I wouldn’t bring his race into the argument. In a world where being Maori is seen more and more as being an advantage, Peters has never once played into this. He has always stood as a New Zealander and has vigourously opposed separatism and racial favouritism of any sort. In fact, that’s probably his only virtue – given his string of other broken promises.

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  4. HP, You do realize that the dwarf Peters has been using that identical group of promises for nearly 50 years.
    That Clack bunt is responsible for all the shit that’s been going on in this Country for 6 years.

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    • Doesn’t matter, people will still vote for him. Last week I had a (National Voter) tell me that they might vote NZ First. I feel they will get well over the 5% margin, there are a heck of voters out there looking for somewhere to go. (Some may well say the lack of the leash after Winnies departure in 2020 is what has caused the problem)
      Personally I still support DEMOCRACY NZ but will keep my powder dry until October 13th to see which way the wind is blowing and then decide on which “Right” side is going to get in.

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    • Peters promised voters North Port development and a major rail upgrade but none of it was ever feasible. That was just one of his many, many promises. Peters is the king of gaslighting TO ELEVATE HIS OWN POSITION.

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      • The rail line north was wiped out in the anniversary floods and the supposed new motorway has a landslide happening.
        Are they going to unload at Northport and barge the shit down country ?
        or dig out some horse drawn canals like England in the 1800s?

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  5. Chris Hipkins: “Last night’s incident is evidence there are not always quick fixes when it comes to mental health”

    Really Chris? So you mean not like normal when you can take a couple of Aspirin and she’s all tickety-boo.

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    • So why was she still a minister when out of balance?
      Making decisions that affect us all ;esp as a Justice Minister during a massive crime wave.
      The crime wave is Lab/Grn

      I contend. The apple does not fall far from te tree .
      Her brother is a violent convicted murderer with mental health issues.
      Allen not much different when it comes down to it.
      Possibly very violent domestically, as well as in the workplace.

      2019 – Kiri Paul Patira Brackenridge was sentenced in the High Court in Auckland on Friday for the murder of Linda Winifred Edwards.

      KA. I would surmise — a person with a deteriorating mental health issue that was swept under the carpet by ardern, like so much else.

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  6. ‘Pull her pants down’: Woman dragged from Palmerston North anti co-governance meeting
    Maxine Jacobs05:00, Jul 24 2023

    A woman has been dragged out of a Stop Co-Governance meeting by her legs in Palmerston North.

    Victoria Jakobs was one of hundreds who went to stand against the Stop-Co-Governance meeting at the Rose City Club Room at the Lido Aquatic Centre on Park Rd on Saturday night.

    Jakobs, who is Pākehā, ( now note that)

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/300933786/pull-her-pants-down-woman-dragged-from-palmerston-north-anti-cogovernance-meeting

    Palmerston North is full of lefties and the council has this co- governance thing going that inhibits other rights to free speech.
    Its called the maori cancel culture.

    Pulling the pants down is a way of stopping those that kick .Pull them down to a point where you can tie the two legs together.End the kicking.

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    • Where were the cops – again?
      Why wasn’t this protestor charged with breaching the peace?
      One thing to stand outside and protest, another to walk into the meeting and disrupt it.
      Cops are allowing Thug Rule.

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      • I think the Police are doing OK with the Julian Batchelor meetings PG. I do not know about this particular incident (it could have been that those attending the meeting got to her first) but they did very well at the Brooklyn meeting I went to —before the meeting, which we had to ‘register” before hand, the Police said to Julian if anyone got in who was not meant to be there he should trespass them and they would remove them. This occurred to one guy. Remember these are effectively private functions in the way they are organised.
        Similarly at the Kapiti meeting.
        They escorted Julian from the PN meeting to avoid violence and at the Brooklyn meeting the protestors were kept separate, by a wall of Police, from us as we left.

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  7. David Seymour feels sorry for Allen, “She’s been under emense emotional stress” fuck you Seymour that POS and her boss horseface Ardern killed my best mate and mother 2 years ago when she went into waitakere hospital for a couple of xrays and died in there 28 days later with hospital caught pneumonia all because of her and her boss Arderns covid policies, she can fuck off and die for all I care , and do us a favour Kiri take all your useless bludging caucus with you .

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    • The call to arms, to buy in on ev’s. because there is a supposed crises, so then an “emergency” can be declared.
      To bring about Command & Control.

      The square peg will be forced into the round hole with all the ‘jiggedly pokery’ they can muster.
      As usual. freedom, choices are thrown out with no thought of consequences,

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    • Back then battery technology was limited. Even 40-50 years ago when Canterbury Uni built an electric car it was using standard batteries.

      You also have to remember there was limited electricity. Prior to 1895, all electricity was DC, being generated by coal powered steam engines turning a very inefficient DC generator. To even get enough power to have a light bulb in every room of the house, required a coal furnace on every block. Electricity could only be transmitted a few tens of metres.

      This was the work of Edison, backed by J P Morgan.

      In 1895 Nikola Tesla commission the Niagara Falls power plant, running AC. This allowed power to be transmitted to New York, a distance of 400 miles.

      It took time to get AC power generation plants installed. Dams here can take 20 years to build.

      Lack of generating capacity, combined with poor battery technology were limits. And of course the petroleum industry giants like the Rockefeller Standard Oil, would lose out big time if electric cars took hold. And as we know the Rockefellers and the Morgan organisations are part of the big money behind many of the removal of freedoms we see today.

      As I have pointed out to someone in the freedom community who loves electric cars, there is nothing wrong with EVs, and I am all for them. The problems as I see it are this:

      [1] Subsidies for electric cars. Economics 101: Subsidies and Tariffs skew supply and demand.

      [2] The lack of electricity generating capacity. This constricts supply of electricity, very similar to artificially created oil shortages.

      (a) You are totally dependent on the grid for charging and if there are rolling outages, you can’t go anywhere.
      (b) If total demand exceeds total supply, EVs will be considered a luxury, and charging switched off.
      (c) Excess demand for fuel can be accommodated by importing, with a delay of weeks or months. Days if it it natural gas.
      (d) Excess hydro electricity generation when everything is at capacity has a run up time of decades, and in the mean time demand continues to grow.
      (e) Even with excess hydro electricity, generation, if the grid/infrastructure cannot deal with load its either going to fail or demand will be constricted.
      (f) There is no sincerity in the Greens / Labour over EVs. James Shaw is and idiot. Pushing EVs but not addressing electricity generation is like a newly wed couple planning to immediately start making babies and have 16 children in 16 years, i.e. a production line, but doing nothing to increase the one income to match the expenses,

      To match the excess electricity demand for EVs, while preventing dams being built, and being “nuclear free” is a sign of being mentally retarded.

      [3] The degree of AI and Cloud technology used to manage EVs. The danger of anything cloud connected. A tick in a check box and any given motorist’s car can be made to stop charging or stop working.

      EVs are good, but I don’t have one. ICE cars are better, at this point in time, because they give more freedom and mobility.

      EVs will be even better when:
      (a) Electricity generating capacity is increased to match supply.

      (b) Chargers can replenish the battery within a ‘cup of coffee’ time (10 minutes) for open road drivers. New batteries are available that can charge to 100% in 15 minutes.

      (c) Charging stations become like service stations, with 10 lanes and possibly with a drive through conveyor charging system, and you have your coffee which your car charges. Unfortunately the peak power demand of even 10 cars charging
      in 15 minutes is greater than the output of both the upper and lower Roaring Meg Power stations in the Kawarau Gorge. Topping up with a tank of gas in the country to continue your journey is easy with petrol. But a bigger challenge with an EV, if time is important.

      (d) The battery technology improves so that range is acceptable. Open road range of most EVs is at best 50-55% of that quoted for city driving. Even open road range quoted is at a fixed speed at 25°C. Drop the temperature or stop driving the car like a Morris Minor and the range drops.

      (e) EVs are safe and reliable enough to not have to be linked to Skynet.

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  8. The teacher gave her fifth grade class an assignment: Get their parents to tell them a story with a moral at the end of it. The next day, the kids came back and, one by one, began to tell their stories.
    There were all the regular types of stuff: spilled milk and pennies saved. But then the teacher realized, much to her dismay, that only Janie was left.
    ‘Janie, do you have a story to share?’
    ”Yes ma’am. My daddy told me a story about my Mommy. She was a Marine pilot in Desert Storm, and her plane got hit. She had to bail out over enemy territory, and all she had was a flask of whiskey, a pistol, and a survival knife.
    She drank the whiskey on the way down so the bottle wouldn’t break, and then her parachute landed her right in the middle of 20 Iraqi troops She shot 15 of them with the pistol, until she ran out of bullets, killed four more with the knife, till the blade broke, and then she killed the last Iraqi with her bare hands.
    ”Good Heavens,’ said the horrified teacher. ‘What did your Daddy tell you was the moral to this horrible story?
    “Don’t fuck with Mommy when she’s been drinking.”

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  9. She was a nobody in parliament until she was diagnosed with cancer then all of a sudden with the help of our paid up MSM she was a survivor, brave and stunning and even the First Maori female PM was mentioned FFS, it was a joke then and is still a joke now.
    I think our fricking MSM are just as responsible as Winston for the state of our country with 6 years of fawning over incapable inept labour MPs being promoted way way above their capability levels.

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  10. Liebour continues its hatred of petrol/diesel utes.

    The vehicle Allen drove into while pissed was an…
    …ICE Ute.

    From beating up fellow lezzies she now attacks 4x4s
    This is extra stupid because as a minister the stupid tart had access to a chauffeured car.
    How stupid are this lot ?

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  11. My only regret with the self-destruction of Labour is that Ardern managed to hoof it before it all came home to roost. I would’ve loved to see her go down in the stinking pile of shit, largely of her own making.

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    • Hear, hear, Chappie. That would be the wish of all of us I am sure, to see that scrawny horse faced dog, go down with the pack, that is Labour. The country has been denied just, Justice.

      What a great bunch of useless, incompetent student Politicians we have running this country, all thanks to Winston Peters. Peters, Ardern, Hipkins and Labour should never be allowed to forget what they gave New Zealand.

      The only partly redeeming factor now is the end of the Maori Caucus is nigh and with that, the influence of the Greens and the Maori Party. Well for 2 or 3 Election cycles anyway.

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      • … Nothing in the tank….it’s all in the bank! …

        Reminds me on how the play the “shell game”.
        https://youtu.be/GumWeVdcof4?t=108
        And why so many people are being sucked up to, in playing the game & love the facts of having no evidence. so totally damaging their case.

        A New Zealand bank? or
        Luxembourg, Jersey, Cayman Islands, Swiss,
        Maybe in Delaware, Biden’s home state, as laundered through China, or Ukraine?
        The gold plated PM pension being legitimately received through NZ banks.

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  12. It must be the weather. The simp Olympics are in full swing.

    Hottie at work is wanting be to save her from a simp attack. While asking me how to win back Chad.

    What the hell is wrong with “men”?

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  13. This has probably has been posted much earlier, but for the ones who missed it.

    WE CAME HERE FOR FREEDOM – PART 1
    https://rumble.com/v1y97jl-we-came-here-for-freedom-part-1.html
    Documentary Film | 50 mins :

    We Came Here for Freedom is the story of the New Zealand Freedom Convoy of February 2022.
    It is a story the government and the media of the nation have tried to suppress, and the story of thousands of New Zealanders who lost jobs, homes, businesses, livelihoods and health because of draconian medical measures.
    It is the story of New Zealanders exercising their democratic right to have a voice.

    Please visit http://www.wecamehereforfreedom.com to support this film and Freedom of Speech in New Zealand.
    The story of the 2022 New Zealand Freedom Convoy, the tens of thousands who lined the streets and bridges to cheer it on, and the beginnings of a village on Parliament grounds that would change a nation.

    WE CAME HERE FOR FREEDOM – PART 2
    https://rumble.com/v2upndu-we-came-here-for-freedom-part-2.html
    Documentary Film | 72 mins

    Part 2 of We Came Here for Freedom is the story you never heard of the Wellington protests of February 2022.
    For the first time, see the truth of what happened on the lawns of parliament.
    It is a story the government and the media of the nation have tried to suppress, because it is the story from within the Freedom Convoy and the Freedom Village.
    It is the story of thousands of New Zealanders who had lost jobs, homes, businesses, livelihoods and health because of draconian medical measures.
    It is the story of New Zealanders exercising their democratic right to have a voice.

    http://www.wecamehereforfreedom.com to support this film and Freedom of Speech in New Zealand.
    The story of the Freedom Vilage that you’ve never heard from the mainstream media of the New Zeland government. Take a look from within the occupation at the true story of what really happened in Wellington in February and March 2022.

    The real source of the “rivers of filth” can be seen.

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  14. Kiri has taken no responsibility for her actions and has portrayed herself as a victim.

    This should be an aggravating factor at sentencing. But it won’t be – because of simps, feminists and racists.

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  15. Martin Devlin
    @martindevlinnz

    Kiri Allan playing the mental health card is an insult to all of us with GENUINE mental health issues/illness.
    You’re a power crazed narcissist playing the convenient “I’m mentally ill” card after getting pissed and crashing a taxpayer funded car.
    Just own your idiocy for once.

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  16. 💣💥💥”Prices are not the only housing market indicator showing signs of improvement, with house sales volumes in June climbing to their highest in 16 months.”💥💥
    👉This result comes after nine months of significant migration inflow.
    Prices are not the only housing market indicator showing some signs of improvement, with house sales volumes in June climbing to their highest in 16 months.”
    ➡️ 😂 🐦

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  17. A court has heard how Lauren Dickason searched how to overdose children numerous times in the months leading up to her daughters’ deaths.

    Remember the flurry of downvotes I got (from simps) for calling the cruel bitch out and not buying the msm victim narrative ?

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  18. Now. Remember when that sly son of a bitch Peters was Kingmaker a long time back, might have been Jim Bolger’s days, or later, can’t remember. But he fucked off fishing for 6 weeks to chew over which party to go with as the country floundered, rudderless.
    I’ll never forget that. What’s in it for Winston? The cunning maori. That’s what it boils down to. He doesn’t give a toss about you, me, or New Zealand. David Seymour does. You can’t deny that.

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      • I thought you were a little brighter than that.
        If you and others don’t vote, chances are labour/green/poo will get in.
        Seymour will be a safe pair of hands. I’m also impressed with his sidekick Brokke Van blah.
        Luxon. He hasn’t grown on me. He’s just a head-nodding shiny arse who just wants to see PM of NZ on his CV. ACT/NAT will have to do.

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        • ………”If you and others don’t vote, chances are labour/green/poo will get in.”……..

          Instead, if we vote according to your advice, Nat/Act supported by NZF on the benches will be in. Now for the chocolate fish:

          What fucking difference will it make.? They’re all owned & choreographed by the WEF.

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        • Didnt say im not gunna vote im just pointing out how clowns on here think voting is actually gunna change the countries trajectory esp the matt king spruikers.

          Dunno where ill throw my vote yet, ill literally decide on the day now. Probs vote te pati maori or the greens so these dnz dumb fucks on here get what theyre asking for.
          Im happy to ditch nz for a while again so they can wallow in their own shit 🙂

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            • Yup, and theres a large group of clowns on here that think a guy smack bang in the middle of a hotbed of maori activism is going to get voted in on policies of ending race based funding lol.
              Dosent matter if he has freedom / anti vax policies maori turkeys dont vote for xmas.

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                • He was never going to get much of the Maori vote in Northland anyway. Look at the alternatives:

                  # Shane Jones…….Maori (NZF)

                  # Kelvin Davis…….Maori (Labour _ Te Tai Tokerau)

                  # Willow _ Jean Prime …… Current holder of Labour’s Horn of Cornucopia.

                  Matt’s support will come from disaffected National voters of whom there should be heaps.

                  Results in the 2020 General Election:

                  Candidate………. Votes……… %
                  Labour Willow-Jean Prime 17,066, 38.11
                  National Matt King 16,903, 37.74
                  NZ First Shane Jones 5,119, 11.43
                  Green Darleen Tana Hoff-Neilson 1,749, 3.91
                  ACT Mark Cameron 1,279, 2.86
                  Advance NZ Nathan Mitchell 847, 1.89
                  New Conservative Trevor Barfoote 686, 1.53
                  Independent Mike Shaw 480, 1.07
                  Opportunities Helen Jeremiah 326, 0.73
                  Outdoors Michele Mitcalfe 219, 0.49
                  Social Credit Brad Flutey 82

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                    • Whats useless about them Ed?
                      In 6 yrs more has been handed to maori on a platter then the past 60yrs aswell as entrenching co gov into pretty much every govt department, council and other community organisations.
                      Maori voters are easily bribed and theres a track record of racist policy to back up their claims…. theyre gunna be told if nats/act/dnz get in then its all over.
                      As i said maori turkeys wont vote for xmas.

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                  • So nasska how do you think the vote split will go then?
                    He got 37% under nats now hes gotta share with them, 15%? (And thats being very very generous)
                    Theres also plenty of pissed nat voters that arent nutters that will throw their vote to nz1 or act candidates.
                    Disillusioned labour voters will either go hard left to green/ maori or go to nz1 or act also…. remember the labour mps got in on the pro covid vote so 95% of them wont give a stuff about an anti vax nutter party.

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                    • I can’t see Jones improving & Labour’s vote will go out like the bathwater on the back of Prime’s lacklustre performance & the electorate’s gutsful of Labour. The Greens, ACT & the NCs will remain largely static depending on the candidates they put up.

                      The DNZ vote will come from the Nats & to a lesser extent Labour. In Matt’s favour is that he’s a “local boy”, has form as an MP & presents well. Against is National’s well oiled machine & welded on if undeserved support.

                      It’s an uphill battle but one worth fighting.

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                    • Heaps of the anti mandate people I met were women who voted left. They were the core along with Māori.

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            • The thing is Mikey you are overestimating the improvement. We are in deep trouble and rebuilding this country will be hard with uncertain outcomes.

              Even a venerated and gifted observer , like myself, can not predict how it will go.

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  19. Twitter says that Kiri Allen was arrested at 9pm but only tested for breath alcohol at 1am. 🤔
    If true, that’s some 4 hours to reduce the level of alcohol down to much lower levels…

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  20. Not sure if anyone has posted this.
    Labour spin doctors working late into the night. ‘She is a poor unfortunate woman and it could have been any one of us in that car’.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biBSoiR6atU
    David Farrar on Kiri Allan & Labour’s ongoing problems with ministers.

    Michael Laws speaks with Curia Market Research founder David Farrar about Kiri Allan & Labour’s ongoing problems with ministers

    Only minister to have ever been arrested and she was the Justice Minister.

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  21. In an interview on Newstalk ZB, Ginny Andersen claimed the reduction in prison numbers is primarily due to fewer people in prison on driving and low level drug offences like cannabis.

    However, Stats NZ figures show since 2017 the largest drop was offences against justice procedures, government security, and operations; followed by acts intended to cause injury; and unlawful entry with intent.

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/mike-hosking-breakfast/audio/david-seymour-act-leader-on-ginny-andersens-crime-statistics/

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  22. ‘Astonishment’ at lobbyists advising Transparency International on ethics and rules of their own industry

    Transparency International has set up a secret group of lobbyists to provide advice on improving ethics in the lobbying industry – sparking claims it is being captured by the forces it seeks to contain.

    Questions are also being raised about whether the open government and anti-corruption watchdog is compromised by its sources of funding and support.

    Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) receives funding from several government sources, including the clandestine state intelligence agencies the Security Intelligence Service (SIS) and the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB).

    TINZ, a registered charity, also receives business support from a number of big consultancy firms including KPMG, Deloitte and PWC.

    Transparency International plays a key role in shaping perceptions of New Zealand’s international reputation, as its corruption index consistently ranks New Zealand as one of the least corrupt countries.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/in-depth/494351/astonishment-at-lobbyists-advising-transparency-international-on-ethics-and-rules-of-their-own-industry

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    • I don’t know what to do. I’m really conflicted.

      I was talking earlier with a couple who are neighbours and very good friends. We are on different ends of both the social and political spectra, but we like and respect each other immensely and we are mates.

      Someone they know has been diagnosed with cancer and a propo of this the wife commented “there seems to be an increase in cancer recently doesn’t there? I wonder what’s going on” To which the husband replied “Maybe it’s the advances in medical technology that means they are diagnosing it quicker?”.

      I just haven’t the heart to tell them. They know I’m a pureblood and they’ve been injected multiple times with the experimental gene toxin and neither of us allows this to get in the way of our friendship. I would be devastated if one of them developed a turbo cancer (like one of my other friends did a few weeks after being injected). But how should I alert them to the danger of what they have allowed the Marxists to do to them?

      And is there any point in trying to warn them anyway? Would it be at all helpful to tell someone that they have been poisoned by the state and there’s nothing they can do except hope like Hell that they didn’t get a death batch, or that the partially trained jabber miraculously aspirated the needle correctly?

      Some months before I stopped listening to The Platform that arrogant cunt Michael Laws told a caller sarcastically that he should, as an ‘antivaxer’, be dancing with joy that ‘all the vaccinated are going to die and prove him right’. Well, that’s not what I feel at all. I view the present stats with dismay and the future with dread, frankly.

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      • Plenty of unjabbed getting cancers, clots, heart attacks and strokes too.
        Imo the bulk of it is due to fully shutting down healthcare systems for months on end through lockdowns.
        There were numerous warnings that x amount of cancers will be missed with all the cancelled screenings/ tests etc.
        Now the chickens are coming home to roost but our healthcare system is more fucked then pre covid so many cancers are later stages when theyre being picked up due to stupid long wait times.

        To put things in comparison EK for every 10-12 jabbed folk with one of these “jab related” cancers etc you only need 1 pureblood to get the same cancer etc. If theres 20-30jabbed getting crook to every 1 pureblood then you can start pointing fingers.

        Then theres also no way to prove its not from covid itself, fucking near everyone in nz has had it and early on pre vax you lot had no problems labelling it an engineered bioweapon to wipe us out so make up your minds whats doing the damage.

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        • To find out “what’s doing the damage” we would need suitably qualified people do be given access to the unmassaged raw data that would allow comparisons.

          I reckon that squadrons of Captain Cookers will be doing acrobatics over the Beehive before that happens.

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      • ……” “there seems to be an increase in cancer recently doesn’t there?”……

        Pretty much the words we heard from my SiL (breast) & a good mate’s wife (ovaries) in the past two weeks. One 66YO & the other 59YO. Both vaxxed to the max with Pfizer’s poison & both looking at shitty lives through the effects of radiology & chemo.

        It would be incredibly unkind to join the dots, would accomplish nothing & my thoughts will remain in the “best left unsaid basket” yet both are intelligent people & you can see them wondering if following the Mad Queen & the podium of truth was a good idea.

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  23. Ross12@1720

    Re: ‘Bloomfield, Ardern, Hipkins etc have plenty of explaining to do’

    Except that they won’t, ever, since to explain is to lose in a variety of ways, and to NO LONGER be superior and above the lower orders which is a small but important detail for a party that is supposedly the one that supports the poor, the oppressed and the worker!

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  24. I’ve got a trendy new sink hole by our place in College Hill. It has formed a feet down from the last sink hole that has steel plates over it. I drove over that spot twice today as most days. When they fix it do you think they’ll remove the fucking stupid cycle lane so that College Hill doesn’t go from two lanes to one and back to two again?

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  25. Hot off the press!!
    “Labour is now a caretaker Government. Kiri Allan’s the fifth minister to go, and no new Minister will be brought into Cabinet. Labour has run out of replacements, and can no longer field a full team of ministers. Like a caretaker Government, they’re just going through the motions until a new Government is installed.
    👉 Meanwhile, ACT is releasing positive policies and filling halls up and down New Zealand, ACT events this week include David Seymour in Kerikeri on Thursday and Palmerston North on Sunday as well as other ACT candidates in events across Northland.”

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  26. Meanwhile
    National Party leader Christopher Luxon spoke to media after the Prime Minister’s post-Cabinet press conference. He said his thoughts are with Allan and he hopes she gets the support and help she needs.

    Asked what he thought it could mean for Labour, given there’s less then three months until the election, Luxon said for National it was “frustrating” because it means “another week discussing drama and personnel issues within the Labour Government”.

    Luxon was also critical of Hipkins allocating Andersen the Justice portfolio since she’ll hold that and Police simultaneously. For any issues that clash between portfolios, these will be given to Associate Justice Minister Deborah Russell.

    “There will be conflicts in those two portfolios. I take the Prime Minister at his word that he’s going to use delegated authorities with associate ministers to manage those tensions,” Luxon said.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/07/chris-hipkins-reveals-who-s-picking-up-kiri-allan-s-ministerial-portfolios.html

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  27. The latest poll results from Voters United are interesting. Firstly how well Liz Gunn has done. Also they say 225,000 voted for mimor parties in the last election. A quick add up of the figures in this poll gets to over 200,000. There is no way Voters United would have connected with all those minor party voters from last time. The only conclusion is there are significantly more people looking outside the main established parties.
    Obviously this is not a “scientific” poll and it shows the leading parties in the group need many more votes to get over 5% (based on 3 mill voters then the threshhold is about 150k. Not sure if this guess is any near right)

    https://votersunited.nz/polls/

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    • People are desperate. The average person has no representation in parliament. Even most minorities are not represented – the left focus on a minority of minorities.

      The main things lacking are a lack of pragmatism and good intent. Instead we get ideology and a desire to punish people, from intolerant tyrants.

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  28. Former Shortland Street star, now NZ First candidate,

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/former-shortland-street-star-now-nz-first-candidate-decries-woke-virus-in-schools-sexualising-children/T7F5P3O3VBCSHBZVRRXBM6IOIY/

    oh fuck. another STAR.
    Donoghue, who played Hunter McKay on the popular soap from 2006 to 2012, has returned from Hollywood and spoke at NZ First’s annual conference in Auckland today, introducing a policy proposal that asserted children – specifically in primary school – were being “sociologically indoctrinated” regarding sexual education.

    Speaking to the Herald, Donoghue said he believed there was a “woke virus” in New Zealand’s education system that led to the “ever-increasing sexualisation of children”.

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  29. New Zealand’s total gross debt continues to expand and break new records.

    In our annual Nation of Debt series, we tally all the nation’s debt statistics, from across the private and public sectors.

    This year we’ve hit a grand total of $790 billion. That’s up from $739b last year – a relatively subdued increase of 7 per cent.

    But that’s now an average of $151,000 in raw debt for every Kiwi.

    Since the series began in 2016 that total nominal figure has ballooned by 60 per cent – from $492.5b.

    -https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/how-much-more-do-kiwis-owe/UB64EOCBKFEQZNJBH5DCBTVAGQ/

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  30. To date our local Labour Electorate MP, one Kieran McAnulty, holds the portfolios of Minister of Racing, Minister of Local Government, Minister for Emergency Management, Minister of Regional Development & fills in his spare hours as Deputy Leader of the House.

    Can we presume that he’ll be driving the campaign bus come September?

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  31. A resident of an east Auckland suburb said a building under construction that went up in flames this morning was set to become Kāinga Ora public housing and was strongly opposed by the community.

    In February, Courtney said she and other residents received a letter from Kāinga Ora inviting them to a meeting which revealed the apartments would be used for public housing.

    “I don’t think many people in the community are very happy about it,” said Courtney.

    She said she overheard people down near this morning’s fire making jokes like “I’ll grab the marshmallows”.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/auckland-fire-blaze-rips-through-kainga-ora-construction-site-strongly-opposed-by-community/3SLCP4TPYFBGDPXPC6ZF4BTASA/

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  32. Barry Soper: Jacinda Ardern left Chris Hipkins to clean up the mess she created

    Jacinda Ardern was perplexed, after quitting the Prime Minister’s job in January, when she was asked to write a book, which will probably be worth more to her than her five years as leader.
    She was perplexed as she was unsure of what to write about. After all, this woman was on record not long before being anointed to become Prime Minister as saying she would never want to do the job. Pity she never made good her musings.
    It should be compulsory reading for all aspiring MPs, essentially so they can avoid the sort of leadership she’ll be writing about. Her five years at the top were a disaster, showing how ill-equipped she was for the job.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/barry-soper-jacinda-ardern-left-chris-hipkins-to-clean-up-the-mess-she-created/E4LEEHXHGVFFDO7YFO2PP5L3C4/

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  33. Disclose.tv
    @disclosetv
    JUST IN – OpenAI’s Sam Altman announces his Worldcoin “financial and identity” network has launched.

    You have to scan your eyeballs to get in. No kidding.

    OpenAI’s Sam Altman launches Worldcoin crypto project

    One example Altman likes is universal basic income, or UBI, a social benefits program usually run by governments where every individual is entitled to payments. Because AI “will do more and more of the work that people now do,” Altman believes UBI can help to combat income inequality. Since only real people can have World IDs, it could be used to reduce fraud when deploying UBI.

    https://www.reuters.com/technology/openais-sam-altman-launches-worldcoin-crypto-project-2023-07-24/

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  34. Interesting comment on BFD. While everyone is talking about Kiri Allan , David Parker has given up the Revenue portfolio. Obviously pissed off with Hipkins promising no capital gains tax. The Government is falling apart –will they last until October?\\\

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