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  1. The Australians under the Australian Labour Party and Anthony Albanese are trying to push Australia down the very same racially divisive path, that Lange, Geoffrey Palmer, Key, Finlayson and Ardern have pushed New Zealand.

    If the introduction of “The Voice” and under Albanese’s slogan “Voice, Treaty, Truth” is introduced in Australia, would you as a New Zealander wish to move there, as the same issues which are driving New Zealanders from this country will rapidly rise there.

    It will end in tears for Australians as it is for New Zealanders.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12367867/Why-Albo-scared-using-word-treaty-Voice.html

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  2. Who in their right mind believes the little pot gutted 45 kg Ginga cnut when he starts talking about another harbor crossing for Auckland, ?? FFS are there NZrs who are that fucking stupid that they would celebrate this bullshit from a failed socialist lightweight??

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  3. Good morning see, I can be so polite…….. New Zealand that once upon a time was a great little country, I am starting to think that twas in the dark ages, before we knew about climate change, gun registers, covid and wearing a mask makes you look so fucking stupid, LGBT+++++, getting jabbed makes you very ill, hospitals were working for the New Zealanders and who can remember what that was like and anything else, Oh that is right, we could walk the streets in safety, shop without seeing people walking out with huge trollies of food and wine without paying, our neighbours were not above the law and were easy to live beside. I could go on and on. None of this applies now it’s a fourth world shit hole. Where would you live? I am too old to even think about shifting to anywhere, Life has become so unfair to everyone, unless you are a Liarbor, Maori or green or plus a LGBT+++++++++++++++ then you are ok.
    Be careful out there………….

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      • Ronnie, chair shuffling on the Titanic is Gayotearoas newest sport along with the band still playing as we sink into our sea of debt.
        The Billy Bunter Robbo is holding back on informing this country on just how extreme our financial situation actually is ,hes been holding meetings with all the bosses of government departments and apparently telling them there are cuts of up to 30% in some departments coming after the election, WE ARE FUCKED.

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  4. It would seem our Hunty has a sort of a high connected cousin! 🙂

    .@MarcoPolo501c3
    “We reached out to every single pimp, hooker, drug dealer, and business partner on Hunter Biden’s laptop …
    https://twitter.com/KanekoaTheGreat/status/1687684347913183232?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1687684347913183232%7Ctwgr%5Ebfed0f47f1b218d76347d706ad1166558679d5d6%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fvladtepesblog.com%2F

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  5. 🚨Voting instructions

    This years voting system has been simplified. In order to maintain the current leftist regime you don’t need to do anything. Or you may wish cast a vote to maintain tyranny.

    Voters will have two choices:

    1. Not vote
    2. Not vote ACT

    And remember- don’t speak to your neighbours ‼️

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  6. Its a great Monday.

    From zero interest to desperate to buy: Miracle revival of Bay of Plenty’s housing market
    Agents are suddenly fielding offers on properties after months and months of inactivity among

    Buyers in the Bay of Plenty are getting a shock when they hear they may miss out on their dream home because they are up against several other buyers also desperate for it.

    The competition is ramping up for properties in all price ranges as the number of properties for sale in the region hits its lowest level in several years, agents told OneRoof.

    They say this is causing a noticeable rise in the number of multi-offers being presented to owners, which was almost unheard of earlier in the year.

    https://www.oneroof.co.nz/news/44056

    Incoming bird crap put your Shit covers on.

    No sections for sale, buiders going broke. Well that bit’s true.

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  7. “Ferns shooter Maia Wilson said they desperately wanted to finish the World Cup with a win, but it wasn’t through a lack of effort.
    “Unfortunately we just came up short, so I want to say we’re proud of the mana of the Silver Ferns dress.“We haven’t put it where we wanted to, but know our love, our attention is to always be Manawa, the beat of many for the Silver Ferns past, present and future, so although we weren’t able to come out here and do the business we’ve still made our country proud.”

    At times like this shit the result, a 52-45 loss and 4th place seems quite good. About equal with American Captain Rapinoe missing her kick in the penalty shoot out to put the USA out of the World Cup.

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    • Great to see the loud mouthed, green haired monster, misandrist Rapinoe go out in style.
      Could not kick a goal.

      Mind you her mouth is bigger than the goal mouth.
      120 minutes of toe jamming and the result as 0-0.
      Rapinoe losing out in the penalty shootout would have been the highlight.

      and netball…
      …a forgettable tournament for the Ferns, who fell to their worst finish at the 16 edition history of the event. They ended their campaign with three straight losses and also stuttered to a 48-48 draw with South Africa.

      too much woke now.
      NZ snotted by Jamaica …again…. and twice in half a week.
      And to think Australia who rejected $15 million from Gina Rinehart won the tourney.
      Of course that $15 million was replaced by Dan Andrews on the State of Victoria smashed out credit card.

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  8. 180k to 345k excess deaths in Japan since the COVID mRNA experiment started.
    As many as 345,000 Japanese have died in “excess” between 25-Apr-21 and 26-Mar-23, a truly unprecedented mortality event in the last quarter of a century.
    Prior to 25-Apr-21, excess mortality had not exhibited any signs of unusual activity, in spite of the alleged deadliness of COVID that was rife in the western world for an entire year.
    Perhaps just coincidentally, Japan started administering the experimental mRNA product to its citizens a couple of weeks before death rates soared.
    Also, perhaps coincidentally, each subsequent wave of death appears to follow a new round of “vaccinations”.
    Especially perplexing is the second largest mortality “wave”, occurring between June and Sept 2022 when Japan typically experiences lowest mortality.

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    • WG, I see Princess Street in Northcote is where Plod is guarding. The Prime Ministers Chief Of Staff and his MP wife reside in that street, do you think there was a political meltdown at tea time over Labour’s proposed Harbour crossing and a portal for the crossing coming out on their front lawn?

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        • There is however every risk of Labour running the pocket pissing money printing press, as they have done with all the other projects, taking a cut, buying votes, paying “consultants”, etc.

          It is a given that will all the other projects they had no intent of ever achieving any of them. It was simply another excuse to print or borrow money and siphon some off/buy votes and influence elections – Covid being the previous biggest scam.

          NZ is a quarter of a Trillion dollars down the hole, perhaps more, from when Labour took office. Our debt repayments are 20% of GDP. The only way out of that is to cut govt spending by 25-50%, cancel any planned “nice to haves”, and knuckle down for the long haul.

          And it will not be $42 billion. It will be $142 billion. And on the pattern, it will deemed unfeasible due to the war in Ukraine/[add country name here]/Electricity Shortages/People not driving/People stuck in 15 minute cities/[add another excuse here], but only after $10-15 billion has been spent and frittered in bribes, cars, power lunches, expensive offices, overseas junkets to look at overseas tunnels, etc, etc.

          This govt is predicable.

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          • Never mind about the labour party stalwarts been hired to think up and never implemented at great expense. To the taxpayer.
            Try like 3 million that required tilthing back to the party to bolster party funds! Talk about screwing the scrum and obversely ok with all of the media, because none objected.
            This two terms of labour government, have been the the most corrupt in NZ history. Most transparent goverment in the world, run by a youth adjacent PM, my arse //////

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  9. Juan was a Mexican man riding his bike to go across the American border.
    He was holding two bags full of sand on his back.

    As soon as he got to the border, the guard stopped him and asked what was in the bags.
    Juan replies “sand”
    The guard told him that they would see about that and took the bags in to inspect them.
    He looked through to see if there were drugs, or if they were actually sand, but it was 100 percent sand.
    The guard was confused, but knew he had no proof that Juan was doing anything wrong, so he put the sand in new bags, hefted them onto Juan’s back and let him cross.

    This same thing happened every day for a few months, until one day, 6 months later, Juan didn’t come.
    After a few weeks, the guard had a day off so he went to a local bar.
    He saw Juan sitting at a table on his own drinking beer, so he went over to him.

    “Hey man, I know you’re snuggling something in, I just want to know, between you and me, I promise I won’t get you into trouble, what are you snuggling?”

    Juan looked at him for a second, drank his beer then said “bicycles”.

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    • That’s like the Spaniard who worked across the border in Gibraltar, he pushed a wheelbarrow of dirt home after each work day, without fail! Got searched and never found any contraband!
      He was stealing wheelbarrows.

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    • Misdirection at its finest. Of course you wouldn’t need such efforts to fool NZ customs. They would probably be away on a cultural assessment course, giving you plenty of time to slip a couple of semi autos into the country. Hell, even have a latte as you left the airport or the sea port.

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  10. It’s no longer NZ

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/08/emergency-department-director-plays-down-safety-concerns-as-armed-police-guard-two-auckland-hospitals.html
    An emergency department director has played down safety concerns after armed police were forced to stand guard at two Auckland hospitals over the weekend.

    Armed police were guarding Middlemore Hospital and Auckland City Hospital on Saturday night.

    The police presence was related to an ongoing investigation into two homicides last week – one in Auckland’s CBD and another at Point England Reserve.

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  11. Are there any half way decent poofs in NZ?

    robbers son
    chris carter
    chrissy finlayson
    tim barnett
    tamati instant coffee
    Menéndez March
    lloyd blurr

    Usually sleazy and nasty is all they offer.
    They stole the word ‘gay’
    Usually miserable slobs.

    findlayson involved in the Hawkes Bay floods will be as useful as his massive treaty payout ‘settlements’ (ie. they are never settled) He will be as good for the East coast as robbers son is a finance genius.

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      • From what I understand the horse has bolted. Tarquin may be in a position to confirm but I’ve read reports that the useful parts of the refinery have been dismantled & shipped to India to be used there.

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          • Actually we the people haven’t owned it ion a long time.
            The shareholders in theior wonership capacity decided they no longer needed the gear. That’s their perogative as shareholders.
            Should the Govt.have bought it back like they did the rail?
            I think not.
            The issue is that some of the shareholders no loonger trade in NZ and other companies were bypassing the refinery anyway. Gull for example imported all their product from other places.
            At the end of the day the company was losing money as it was a toll operation and so the shareholders did what they are entitled to do.
            A refinery for 5 million people is not viable especially as it was not suitable for refining the oils recovered from NZ wells. We were importing the crude needed and exporting our crude elsewhere.

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            • I agree to a point Viking but I think the refinery was a critical piece of infrastructure for the country and I would have supported the Government buying it (back). They should have got it cheap — a lot less than the cost of dismantling it. It is a common “practice” in the oil and gas game. A big company thinks it has got all the economic oil or gas it can recover, so they sell to a much smaller company who with lower over heads think they can keep it going economically. So the big guy sells it for a pittance to avoid the cost of capping the well.

              I do not think your last comment is really right “A refinery for 5 million people is not viable especially as it was not suitable for refining the oils recovered from NZ wells. We were importing the crude needed and exporting our crude elsewhere.”
              For a start it was economically successful for decades so the 5 million is not relevant. Many refineries around the world, were struggling at the time including in Aussie. The Aussie Government took the view they were too important for them to go so they supported them. As I understand it the refining business has picked up again.

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            • Most of the refining equipment is being sold offshore, hasn’t happened yet but it will. Interestingly I hear there is a bit of a dispute going on with Northport, not sure what it’s about but I hear stories of a dickhead refinery manager trying to give Northports management a hard time. Would be funny watching them truck half a refinery to Auckland to put it on a ship. Classic dumb refinery management. I also have it on good authority that if the oil companies had been allowed to increase their take by 5 cents per liter the refinery would never have shut. It is worth remembering the refinery puts out a lot more than petrol, diesel and avgas. Bitumen, sulfur, carbon dioxide, oils and a heap of other products will now have to be imported and the site will never be used for anything else – far to much contamination that nobody talks about.

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          • Apparently that’s not true. I also believed it for quite some time until it was pointed out the pipeline belongs to Wiri Oil Services ltd commonly known as wossle around these parts. They are totally separate to the refinery and run the pipeline and tanker filling station which is across the road from the refinery. Without that pipeline and distribution centre in Auckland there would be hundreds more tankers on the road. The coastal tankers are still running but I think that is contracted out to some Indian outfit. Basically the refinery is an unloading port a lab and a tank farm now days.

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            • Tarquin, you mean to say nutters on telegram got it wrong…. well knock me down with a feather////

              I still think it was a shit move to shut the refinery and even tho it was apparently a private decision 3 pies was no doubt in the background ensuring the “correct” decision was made.
              Imo the govt should be forcing them to up the fuel reserves held in the country, i know theyve said theyve done this already but i highly doubt it or it wont be sufficient if they have implemented it.

              What does nz have on hand in fuel reserves? 1month? 2 at most?

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  12. When Ruapehu Alpine Lifts went into Voluntary Administration last year, there were two bidders for their assets, Whakapapa Holdings and Pure Turoa.

    The Government and Cabinet in June agreed to support these two organisations to purchase the assets of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts.

    But, but, but, skullduggery abounds and now the Taupo IWI, Tuwharetoa, are almost certainly likely to take over the whole mountain and assets of RAL. It seems the previous two bidders which the Government approved and backed, have been shown the Dunny door and will not get control, but I bet the Government will almost fully fund the IWI’s control of RAL’s former assets.

    Both Whakapapa Holdings and it’s Directors and Pure Turoa and it’s Directors, especially Whakapapa Holdings Directors, had considerable experience in the running and management of skifields. One does have to ask though, what experience does Tuwharetoa have in running a skifield. Absolutely none. I bet a dollar to knobble of goatshit that within a short period of time Tuwharetoa are back at the Governments begging bowl, looking for more funding and a rescue package.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/ngati-tuwharetoa-confirms-bid-for-ruapehu-alpine-lifts-now-going-through-its-books/P74SO2BOOVBNNB3DZ4EY7ZMC2Y/

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  13. From https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/08/07/spirit-of-adventure-recruitment-stunted-by-youth-anxiety/

    …….” “We’re seeing more kids that can’t cope, we’re seeing a massive rise in anxiety, and now they’re gonna face some real challenges,” he said.

    “[Activities like] climbing the mast or going for 6.30 in the morning swims, it’s really healthy for them, but we’re finding their resilience is less.” “…….

    Mr Pilbrow is entitled to his opinions but I’d be more inclined to sheet home the blame to endless State sponsored Nannying & repetitive feminist mantras about safety.

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    • Nasska, if the latest genration of youth cant do it with their thumbs and an electronic device then anxiety overcomes them.

      The rate things are going ill be suprised if the next generation even has physical sexual intercourse, no doubt itll all be digital VR and theycan do away with todays younger lazy folks tinder app.
      I rekon even gen z zoomers are getting lazier with sex, its easier to just come out as a gendered or gay weirdo spending your life on social media ramming their ideology down everyones throat then it is to go out and develop a meaningful relationship with the opposite sex.

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  14. Hmmm – Gang gun fight in progress and it takes cops an hour to get there? What’s the point?

    “Police have launched a homicide inquiry after a disorder incident on Saturday afternoon in Taurima Reserve in Point England turned deadly.

    An elderly man, who lives close to Taurima Reserve in Point England told the Herald on Saturday afternoon he heard what sounded like a shootout.

    “Two guns, with one gun going, ‘crack crack crack’.

    “About six cracks, and I heard a ‘boom’ it was a gunshot,” he said.

    ”There was a large group there, about three or four cars full. They sped off out of Taurima Ave right after.”

    The resident said police arrived on the scene over an hour later.”

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    • Some of the blokes here, I guess, at some stage in their lives have suffered the same problem, namely “stiff person syndrome” on a regular basis. Some still do. some won’t, ever again.

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  15. Smile everyone. Tova bringing her thing to the table.

    Media Insider: Stuff faces staff legal threat over proposed new journalist job cuts amid fears of loss of quality

    Stuff is facing potential legal action from some of its own staff following a new round of proposed changes which is set to lead to more job cuts.

    A leaked internal email from the E tū union to Stuff members accuses the company of presenting an “illogical” proposal impacting 28 roles – and says it will “drastically undermine” the quality journalism the company is trying to promote.

    It says the proposal – understood to be across a range of disciplines including digital production, senior journalists in the National Correspondents team, and other specialist journalism – would see a net loss of eight roles, to 20.

    The company also recently laid off about 16 people in its print production team.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/media-insider-stuff-faces-staff-legal-threat-over-proposed-new-journalist-job-cuts-amid-fears-of-loss-of-quality/JCKWMNADZNG2VMEKKW4FYTUS6A/

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  16. A Surgeon goes to visit his patient after her operation, and he asks her how she is feeling.

    “I’m feeling fine” she replied.

    “Well have you any questions you would like me to answer?” he asked.

    “There is one thing” she whispered with a red face, “When will I be able to resume my sex life?”

    The surgeon was taken aback and thought for a moment, but then said “I am not sure, I have never been asked that before, after a Tonsillectomy”. 😀😀

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  17. But my covid butthurt….
    But the protest….
    But the vax….

    But, but, but…..

    Just get over yourselves, stop getting so hung up on stupid shit that really dosent matter anymore as its in the past so start worrying about the future.
    Get over your dnz cultism and listen to a guy thats 100% going to be in parliament with a team of mps and not some 1-2% outsider with no hope in hell.

    https://youtu.be/vwJ6Xuma2Vk

    Dnz spruikers i dare ya to listen, i double dare ya to take it onboard.

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  18. Pay up.

    Election 2023: D-Day for John Tamihere campaign loan; Te Pāti Māori election launch probed

    West Auckland social services charity the Waipareira Trust has been set a deadline of today to prove to regulators their chief executive John Tamihere is settling an outstanding $385,307 loan used – in breach of the Charities Act – to fund his political campaigns for the Auckland mayoralty and Parliament.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/d-day-for-tamihere-campaign-loan-te-pati-maori-election-launch-probed/2EWSLJMPGFDBPHJEN6UNYUJHEI/?utm_campaign=nzh_tw&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=nzh_tw#Echobox=1691350286-1

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    • For a long time I’ve considered Michael Wood to be the most unlikable slimy bastard this side of the black stump, but I have to admit Parker is putting up a very credible challenge to his reign and indeed may have passes him.

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      • ….unlikable slimy bastard this side of the black stump,…

        Mate, liebour have a whole warehouse full of them
        They are not unique
        …special K, Twitford; robbers son, little, jackson et al

        And Gweens have a Singapore sized island of them

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      • That’s very true Tarquin. They are so profoundly unlikeable with their pomposity and disdain for the average voter, they could almost be twins. Both are the sludge in the bottom of that very shallow Labour carpark puddle.

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        • I’ve noticed a real change in Parker lately he seems to have got harder and even more arrogant. You have to wonder if this is his last gasp my way or the highway moment, I wonder if he’ll take down the whole house of cards out of spite if he doesn’t get what he wants. His resignation as revenue minister instead of toeing the line till the election in the interests of party unity says a lot about the man. That and his eyes are to close together and I don’t like the comb over that’s rapidly developing.

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  19. ⚠️ She also acknowledged his limited cognitive function, his psychotic illness and his extremely low intellectual functioning, as well as his deprived background which included a heavy gang influence.⚠️

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/300944569/killer-told-hes-a-monster-and-a-coward-who-is-nothing-more-than-a-weak-little-boy

    So an intellectually handicapped man with severe mental health issues got life for killing one adult. And is subject to name calling and hate speech in the media.

    Let’s compare that to what the female mass killer of wee kids gets, shall we….

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    • You cretin. (///) She’s a woman & they were HER children. And hormones. And feelz. And there was a man somewhere even if he didn’t do anything.

      They’ve started soaking the bus ticket already.

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    • I want to know when someone is going to take up residence in the adjacent cell?
      Too easy for the Courts to be fed this stuff and no one does anything about it:

      “He noted the contents of a cultural report that outlined the abuse Taumata had suffered by family members as a child and the “certain degree of inevitability” that led to his own offending.”

      Who are these people that abused a child so badly his decline into murderous thuggery was inevitable?
      Why are they not accountable for what they did to him?
      I’ll not argue for one second he should have been treated lightly, but hells teeth, when are we going to call the other monsters to account?

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    • Julian really needs to set a trap to prove once and for all the pigs are in on it. Unadvertised dummy venue, even a fully fake meeting scheduled elsewhere See if the protesters turn up at the advertised venue or the other dummy venue.
      Needs to fully document and film it all then post to social media and youtube to show the country who the cops really work for.
      Oia request the head cops he deals with phone logs a d text messages for the time period aswell, it would also pay for julian to talk direct with them instead of 105number, that way an oia request could show timestamp of julians calls then any subsequent calls made to agitators soon after.

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      • That’s a really good idea. Julian should flood the internet with multiple possible locations and only let the people he wants know the actual location.

        I wanted to attend the Whangarei meeting but chickened out because of the distance and the thought of having to confront numerous demonstrators. At least that would cut down on the number of protesters showing up at the actual venue.

        Over the years I have met a number, and even gotten to know a few, Maori. Never had a bad experience, even when traveling the backroads of Northland with the wife. I think that the average Maori is not happy about what is happening.

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    • The German Stasi from the 1940s to approx 1990 was a political poolice force,

      The NZ Stasi from 2017 IS a political poolice force,

      CHC Mar 15, 2019; white island 2019 , lockdowns, check point charlie on the Bombay hills 2021; Parliament 2022 Feb/Mar and many other occasions.

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      • The NZ Police force was originally modelled on the then British version of the Bow St Peelers who were the forerunners of the London Metropolitan Police. They were charged with keeping order & collecting evidence & not much else.

        What we are seeing today is the result of expanding the functions of the Police & their powers. The day they were given extensive discretionary powers was the day we started on the slide into Judge Dredd territory & political interference. In the next step they will be empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence & execute criminals.

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  20. An interesting article on the dropping of the nukes on Japan in WWII. I was not aware that many of the key military people were not in favour, as they believed Japan had already lost the war and were looking for a “honourable” way to surrender.

    The comments to the article are also interesting –quite divided on the issue.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/hiroshima-nagasaki-bombings-were-needless-said-world-war-iis-top-us-military-leaders

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  21. 🚨‼️‼️🚨‼️🚨‼️🤣🚨🫣💥💥

    Economists at Westpac and ANZ still see the combination of economic resilience and ‘sticky’ inflation as forcing the Reserve Bank to raise the Official Cash Rate again

    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/123489/economists-westpac-and-anz-still-see-combination-economic-resilience-and-sticky

    ⚠️⚠️🚨💪🚨🚨📉📉📉🚨🚨🚨

    Bwaaaaahahahaha 🤣
    Bwaaaaahahahaha 🤣
    Bwaaaaahahahaha 🤣

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  22. Race based health care. Only Maori eligible for pressie cards as an inducement to attend healthcare check. Why are Labour denying it if they believe in their policies? /////////
    Introduction rambly to start

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLdEDxXUzlI
    Michael Laws talks to Russell Garbutt about the implications of ethnicity-based government policies and the role of mainstream media in shaping opinions.

    The Platform NZ

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  23. Chippy rekons in the next few weeks theyre gunna review the covid 19 isolation settings….. bwahahahahaha, do the clowns actually think people give a shit and are still isolating?
    Idbe suprised if more then 5or 10% of people now isolate if theyre sick, most have chewed up all their sick leave with numerous illnesses then most businesses are understaffed so dont want staff off with just a case of sniffles.

    Only hardcore party loyalists like kea test and take time off and stay home when theyre sick.

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    • Is the government still funding the sick leave on the basis of people reporting in Positive Covid RAT test?
      Where the govt. pays money to the company to directly pay to that staff member.

      I know that the local meat works, this month are still having problems in rostering staff, as reporting sick, but are limping along on one shift, and minimizing the kill numbers for the ones on the 2nd shift, that is to be used as back up.

      Don’t ask me how but the manager of staff seems to be really stressed up balancing shifts & on keeping the flow at the works going.

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  24. I’ve got a special deal for Special K.

    He can reduce the number of Maoris in prison as much as he wants by transforming Corrections “from a system based on Western schools of thought in its operating approach to one that prioritises and elevates matauranga Maori.”

    But if any crown bunt on release does something bad, we can shoot the fucker, no questions asked.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/muriel-newman-cultural-injustice

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    • In the Judge’s words, “A 20 month sentence of imprisonment would… equate to a 10 month sentence of home detention.

      How the hell does a prison sentence get halved when converted to home d? I thought it would be other way round. 10month prison converts to 20month home d.

      What a crock of fucking shit our justice system is…. its an insult to call it a justice system imo its a crime system theres zero justice about it and its only there to serve the criminal while ignoring the victims

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  25. You’ve probably seen in the media the Parliamentary bruhaha over Grant Robertson’s “fiscal hole”. A few weeks ago, Mr Robertson called the CEOs of the large government departments into his office for an emergency meeting.

    Over the weekend, we managed to confirm from sources in Wellington that the Government books are starting to turn into a disaster.

    Apparently, since the last fiscal update (released with May’s Budget) business tax revenues have collapsed. Government debt is sky rocketing.

    We won’t know the precise extent of the challenges New Zealand faces until Treasury are required to open the books on 12 September. That is when the “Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Update” (PREFU) is to be published.

    Put it this way: Back in May Grant Robertson was the guy happy to boast that he was only borrowing one billion dollars every fortnight.

    One billion is one thousand million. Every two weeks. It is the equivalent to a $508 fortnightly credit card bill in addition to the higher costs of living.

    And that was the before the collapse in tax revenue!

    If Grant Robertson is panicking, things must be dire.

    You can see already that Grant Roberson is preparing to paper over the cracks – at least until after the election.

    On Thursday, financial website “interest.co.nz” reported that the Reserve Bank has received an extra $500 million to build up the foreign reserves it would use to prop up the New Zealand dollar in a crisis.

    interest.co.nz – Reserve Bank gets an extra $500 million to build up the foreign reserves it would use to prop up the New Zealand dollar in a crisis

    What does Grant Robertson know that is causing him to worry about a “crisis” tanking the NZ dollar? We’ve not had a run on the New Zealand Dollar since the dying days of the Muldoon-era.

    Things are urgent , but our media are asleep at the wheel
    I am emailing to ask for your support today so we can get the message out to New Zealanders before early voting starts in just eight weeks’ time. Even on the “good” 2023 Budget-figures (from back in May) Grant Robertson is nursing total liabilities of $173,147 for every single New Zealand household.*
    Confidential: How we can hold Grant Robertson to account

    And here is how we want to get the message out: a massive, mobile, real time “Debt Clock” (ignore the numbers – below is a concept drawing).

    We’re asking for your support so we can build a 7.5 meter long “Debt Clock” to follow Grant Robertson throughout the election campaign and hold to him to account for his reckless and wasteful spending.

    Mobile Debt Clock

    We’ve seen this work overseas. We can hold politicians to account by gate crashing parking outside campaign headquarters and election spending announcements.
    please do not share the concept drawings in this email. I’m only sending them to you to show what we’ll do if we can raise sufficient funds this week.

    Imagine what the clock would look like parked outside Parliament…

    Debt Clock outside Parliament

    The cost of the clock and electronics alone are around $34,000. But thanks to a very generous supporter, a local trailer company has agreed to build it quickly (within a few weeks) and at a price even less than the materials cost.

    But we also need to buy (or hire) something with a huge towing capacity – so our student interns can drive it around the country safely to chase Grant Robertson’s spending announcements.

    If this sounds like something you’re willing to help with – to hold Grant Robertson to account – we need you to chip in today.

    Let’s be honest, even if there is a change of Government, it’s not going to be easy for the next Minister of Finance to “Stop the Clock”. There are now tens of thousands of extra bureaucrats, a taxpayer funded media industry, and special interests who have become addicted to Grant Robertson’s wasteful spending. They won’t give it up without a fight – and the Debt Clock will remain important until the Government (of whatever type) is back in surplus.

    Sent to me.
    Reminds me didn’t fruity have a debnt clock way back?

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    Pfizer Admits Employees Were Given Special Batch of Vaccines at Australian Senate Hearing
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    During a Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee hearing in Australia on Aug. 2, Pfizer spokesperson Brian Hewitt admitted to Sen. Malcolm Roberts that the company had imported a special batch of COVID-19 vaccines for their employee vaccination program.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/epochtv/pfizer-admits-employees-were-given-special-batch-of-vaccine-at-australian-senate-hearing-5446756?utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoe&src_src=Aomorningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2023-08-06&src_cmp=Aomb-2023-08-06&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=B9wr%2FJGJL0gQuta1gtPTu4e%2F%2Bz%2BnhsEmMTSDKdy%2BRlV8hfKD6GBAT7NkEZy563E%3D

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    • “… a special batch of COVID-19 vaccines for their employee vaccination program”?

      Excellent news.
      Researchers will now be able to compare a large sample of “vaccinated” Pfizer employees with a similar sample of “vaccinated” non-Pfizer employees, and non-vaccinated people to see if there are any significant statistical differences.

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    • It seems to prove a point, in just how wicked these pharma companies are.
      Is it so to protect their employees or more like, the employees will not raise any issues when among themselves, they see no issues, which would be pointed out to them as being safe.
      Or if those employees did have doubts about the vax;– , then fall into this “special category” then they really are conniving deceiving murderous bastards & so are now owned by the company as they also do not want to be found out.

      Now this seems to confirm & add further weight on what James O’Keefe of Veritas has been exposing.
      – – – – – – – – – – – – – — —–
      https://www.theepochtimes.com/epochtv/pfizer-admits-employees-were-given-special-batch-of-vaccine-at-australian-senate-hearing-5446756

      Look for the question mark then “Delete” after the question mark.
      It will all remains on target to the link.
      Test it then you can see. Always good to practice. 🙂

      Can also when copy paste here for your comment, then run through parts that do not fit & delete.
      Though this short copy paste is ok. on others also handy to if it not so much in paragraphs put in “shift” at the end of sentence, so it then starts on a fresh line or shift again to make a “line space”. 🙂

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    • Right, so lots of people conspiring – thousands of them to arrange this;
      for thousands of politicians around the world to not question a bloody thing;
      for thousands of medical people, well tens of thousands to comply; to pour vitriol in media and wherever towards anti lockdown protesters -NZ, AU, Canada, UK etc.
      Thousands of them.
      We know this is a conspiracy where thousands – tens of thousands -hundreds of thousands – have lied , cheated and hidden facts..for malicious intent.
      ——————
      And yet, the moon landings in some tin can more than 50 years ago that cannot be replicated today, ten years ago, 20 years ago, where people perished later on in space shuttles in inner space, but no one was lost in moon shots;
      must be true because thousands of people would NOT conspire to tell lies about this.

      Walter Cronkite said so.
      Uh, huh. Ok then.
      Cronkite signed off his nightly broadcasts for nearly two decades with a statement: ‘And that’s the way it is.
      kinda like– yep yep, that is what it is.

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      • Based on the “The Australian” that came out this past weekend opening up on more on Covid.

        …. New Zealand was misled by the US administration.
        The lesson here is very clear.
        New Zealand must be more circumspect to scrutinise the health information supplied to our nation from nations and institutions who are clearly tied to commercial endeavours seeking to profit from actions and policy decisions resulting from this information.
        This includes information received from the WHO, ICMRA, FDA, CDC, WEF, and possibly through Five Eyes. ….

        …. It is now clear that some information we received during the pandemic from these sources was unreliable.
        False and/or misleading information was received at multiple levels of government, including Medsafe, the PM’s office, and probably our intelligence organisations. …..

        https://hatchardreport.com/startling-revelations-change-everything-new-zealanders-have-been-schooled-to-believe/

        Hatchard backs it up with more links to the sources.

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        • Thanks S1
          The simple(ton) factor is that people don’t mind being lied to …so long as it is someone they ‘trust’
          Basic psychology.
          for a lot of people – skewing to female- they want others to make the decisions and then they have no responsibility.

          They – a lot -trusted the ardern creature.
          It made then ‘feel good’
          logic has nothing to do with it

          so going in search of truth now is a bit redundant.
          We already know.
          They don’t want to know. It was never their fault.

          The US swamp lies about the majority of things and the bloomfield creature is ex-WHO.

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  27. DOUG’S DEMOCRACY DIARIES No 84
    Its amazing the Labour/Green Government has announced, it will spend $2.6B over nine years, to upgrade its systems, to make it easier for people to access Government support!!
    What craziness! This needs to be reviewed.
    Why is the Government promoting State dependency?
    That money could be used to subsidize 100,000 new jobs in the market place, which would result in an increase in the Government’s tax take. Quite logical to some.
    100,000 people on Government support, would cost the country at least $2.5B annually
    Vote for a party with common sense, and experienced candidates, who know how to fix this mess. Party vote DemocracyNZ.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=198782029834238&set=a.112917335087375

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  28. Bunnings plans 100 NZ layoffs at headquarters in Auckland

    The business owned by ASX-listed Westfarmers employs more than 5000 people in this country, and although no exact numbers were given for the layoff proposal, the Herald understands around 100 support roles could be affected.

    The chain’s headquarters is at Central Park, owned by Oyster Capital, which has tried to sell that office precinct.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/bunnings-plans-100-nz-layoffs-at-headquarters-in-auckland/QNLQWZ7YONGXHBNSCCFHPF4W7E/

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  29. Lloyd Burr: The Government’s latest solar and wind farm announcement is just hot air and no wind

    The solar farms would comprise 1.9 million panels and would create 2300 jobs in their construction.

    The wind farms would see 840 construction jobs to install 82 turbines which would cut 150 million kg of carbon emissions.

    But there’s a problem: they might not actually go ahead.

    They haven’t been consented. They haven’t been approved. Some of them we already knew about.

    The Government is announcing a massive ‘if’. Their press releases used phrases like “if approved”, “could generate” and “could create”.

    There’s every chance the expert consenting panels may decline them, in which case the Government has just announced a whole lot of nothing.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/08/lloyd-burr-the-government-s-latest-solar-and-wind-farm-announcement-is-just-hot-air-and-no-wind.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    And then there’s this:

    Siemens Energy expects an annual loss of several billion euros due to the massive problems in the wind business. Defects in the wind turbines on land and the start-up of the offshore plants are responsible for the high costs.The profound problems at the Spanish wind power subsidiary Siemens Gamesa are putting Siemens Energy in the red with around 4.5 billion euros in the current financial year. The energy technology group announced this today. This was preceded by an in-depth analysis of the quality defects in wind turbines from Siemens Gamesa for use on land and the problems with the ramp-up of the production of wind turbines on the high seas.

    https://www.tagesschau.de/wirtschaft/siemens-energy-windkraft-verlust-100.html

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    • You would have to say they are certainly incompetent.
      Des[ite the use of taxpayer money to pay hundreds of so called consultants they can’t even make that work.
      Mostly they are not even qualified to get the dole.

      But, you watch if Luxon and Seymour get in they will catty on in the same manner and will appoint most of the useless bastards onto all sorts of political junkets and well paid positions. They won’t sack any of them for fear of retribution next time the wheel turns.

      Its what it is.

      Its what they do.
      And they will keep the same little emperors at the top of the Public Service and they survive knowing they just have to wait it out while being paid.

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