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  1. How could you have any faith that the truth will be told after what happened with the budget leak and the sexual assault facts with Grant Robertson being donkey deep in both of these badly handledfuck ups from Labour.
    Will this be another after Finance Minister Grant Robertson meets with Fletchers about Ihumatoa as the Government try’s to end the impasse at Ihumatoa.

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  2. Major NZ government announcement on combating Climate Change to be centre-piece of UN Sustainability conference

    Word is leaking out that James Shaw and NZ PM Jacinda Ardern are going to make a bold new announcement on Climate Change at the upcoming UN Sustainability conference.

    It appears that Jacinda has been really taken by Climate Change poster girl – Greta Thunberg – and she wants to take things one step further in NZ. In recent months, PM Ardern has lost the moral high ground on women’s rights, youth suicide, the economy, industrial relations, gender equity, openness and transparency and pretty much everything else apart from dressing-up and pulling sad faces. Our sources are speculating that Jacinda thinks her bold new move on “our generation’s Y2K moment” will put the shine back on her heavily tarnished leadership credentials.

    It’s rumoured that staff in the PM’s office are beating the bushes and working their professional networks to identify a panel of up to seven four year olds (preferably with some significant mental health issues) to form a working group to advise the PM on climate strategies for the Labour party to take to the people in 2020. Neve Ardern has already been appointed to chair the working group, which is expected to report back at the start of the new year.

    Exciting times for Labour as it appears they are for the first time ever, going to put some real horsepower into their climate policy development leading up to the General Election. The Minister responsible for Climate Alarmism, Hon Jimmy “Two Mums” Shaw, wasn’t available for comment as he was on a flight to visit his carbon offset broker (a Mr Soros we’ve been told). In related news, Lizzie Marvelly has been lobbying hard to get on to the working group, but it is expected that she may find herself intellectually out of her depth given the sorts of candidates being sought.

    (The terms of reference for the working group are secret, as is the budget and the potential members. The report will not be made available (to anyone including the PM) and it is understood that the Party will be trusted to provide a safe, fair and transgender-friendly working environment for the working group members. Police Commissioner Mike Bush has already announced that no one is being investigated now, or at any point in the future for any potential child abuse that could result and that he is available for weddings and birthday parties.)

    (Editorial notes for any lunatic lefties reading the above – it’s satire you cockwombles)

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    • Sadly, DP, that is a brilliant piece of writing.
      Your second paragraph is epic.
      “Ardern has lost the moral high ground on women’s rights, youth suicide, the economy, industrial relations, gender equity, openness and transparency and pretty much everything else apart from dressing-up and pulling sad faces.”
      You could added Tready issues.

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      • Other than accepting that she genuinely held th moral high ground on those issues, I agree.
        Why isn’t the government being pilloried about the measles outbreak?

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        • yes I heard that we have more measles cases than the whole of the USA.
          I think it may be due to the fact that most of them in are South Auckland, and Labour would not want to offend the PI’s who were too lazy to get their children immunized.
          National are giving the govt a hard time in parliament.
          But Stuff are too busy dreaming up new Climate Change articles

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          • Melissa Lee has had reports from Asian parents that their children have been turned away from receiving the measles vaccine because they “are not Maori or PI’s).

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              • Because Clarke got a hard time earlier this year for a shortage of mengiccochal vaccines up north, and again a shortage of flu vaccines over winter, Clarke has said there was not a shortage of measles vaccines despite reports that vaccines are being sent only to those areas of highest concern as there is not enough for everyone. Then we hear 52,000 have arrived in the country and will be distributed. No, no shortage, not another cock-up Mr Clarke.

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    • Very good. A sentence or two on the involvement of a QC with an undefined terms of reference would have clarified nothing while increasing the word count.

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  3. When he was 13 year old, the Labour camp sex deviant went home one night and told his father he had just had sex for the first time.
    His father asked him did he wear any protection?
    He said, “Yes dad, we all wore balaclavas.”

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  4. A partial win.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/115927075/tenant-sought-26000-rent-refund-after-extreme-levels-of-meth-residue-found

    But Tenancy Tribunal adjudicator Nicola Maplesden dismissed the claim and found the “extreme” levels of residue found were likely caused by the tenant, Brett Micheal Williams, or “someone at the premises with his consent” an observation the former tenant rejects.

    Under an HNZ policy which compensates tenants who lose belongings or housing due to meth contamination, but who have not been charged by police, Williams claimed and received compensation of $6900.

    So he contaminated the house and its contents and we the taxpayer refunded his contents costs.
    That’s just bloody obscene.

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  5. This is just my opinion, but who ever in National that was responsible for Andrew Becroft bing appointed Childrens Commissioner should resign.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/09/children-s-commissioner-backs-campaign-to-lower-voting-age.html
    The more the Left wants the more they want and Andrew Becroft always seems to be at the heart of it, but to just keep pouring money into our youth problems willy nilly and letting them strike on Politicians wordss just creating further problems down the line.

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    • It looks to me as if Beecroft wants younger children at Labour youth camps to be the norm.
      Now, if I were a cynic, I’d say there was an ulterior motive behind this push. Or is it a push from behind, your honour?
      I do not trust the unelected.
      Not now.
      Not ever.

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    • Yes, he is a disgrace.
      Ryan Bridge gave it to him yesterday.
      But the Becroft said that young ones are interested in the main issues today, climate change, socical justice, racial abuse and homelessness.
      Nothing about jobs, or the economy or science.
      That is why they should not get the vote, they just vote for what they see social media.

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      • There is a reason children used to been seen but not heard. Children are self-absorbed, have a one dimensional view on life often fueled by marxist drivel taught to them in school, are unaware of wider consequences and have no financial ‘skin in the game’. All 16 year olds believe they know more than their parents and could fix the world tomorrow. Well, Cindy gaining the big chair proves school girls being in charge is not a panacea for a country.

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      • Its an election grab scheme, based on indoctrinating the young and gullible, so as to maintain the feathering of the nests, at the taxpayers expense.
        To place fictitious crises in the hands of acne ridden smurf cuddlers is like having Ardern in control of a tour bus.
        It would go something like this:

        If you look to the left, you’ll see the Pacific ocean.
        If you look to the right, you’ll see the Pacific ocean.

        Aaah shit! We’re in the Pacific ocean!!!

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    • Weird. I keep on agreeing with you happy. Becroft is an appalling idealogue and is one of my touchstones – whatever he pronounces from his throne of sanctimony – is something that I know is always going to be elitist poppycock.

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  6. Just to let you know that the disdain the NZ Police have for stopping actual crime or the resistance that they have for getting out of their seats to investigate criminal actions is not unique to NZ. Here is an example of the Italian police finding their car seats way too comfortable to leave:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zwiArr3jYE

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  7. The increasingly uncompromising Todd Muller
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2019/09/the-increasingly-uncompromising-todd-muller.html

    “That anger is very real, and I experience it and see it every day because of the role I have. You absolutely get the sentiment that you’ve got 23,000 farming families out there, in, I think a difficult environment that most New Zealanders don’t understand, of being on the farm and on the land.”

    Muller is very clear that if the opportunity came up to be the leader, he would absolutely take it. But he also gives his full backing to Bridges, who, Muller believes, is looking increasingly assured in the role.

    “Something has happened in the last two or three months, there’s a change I tell you.”

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  8. Meanwhile back in the jungle whilst Ardern thinks she is in China, our dear dear minister of finance, bless his sweet cheeks, is still ducking for cover over the sex scandal.

    Our dear Grant is also casual with the truth. Remember the episode of back benches when he said on camera for everyone to see that Alf was not there. Suddenly the man in question in full view slinks across the screen with his head down.

    Jesus Grant that was pathetic.

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  9. As regards Climate Change and all the hysteria.
    Part of me laughs at it, and when in 5 years nothing has happened they will all look silly.
    But what does really annoy me is the effect that it is having on our economy, oil, farming, transport, cars and business etc.
    And the money we may be paying to the UN for a whole lot of carbon credit!

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    • I take that another way WG. It is effectively a “shot across the bows” from Robertson. He is saying he does not believe the PM when she only heard about when reading Spinoff. He is saying she knew like all the other Labour people well before then.

      If I am right there could be a few interesting weeks/months ahead.

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      • But Grant, one of Cindy’s closest mates says he didn’t know. Whatever he says he is covering his large butt.

        “What I’ve said very clearly is that the allegations that were published on The Spinoff were the first that I had heard of them. Beyond that, I don’t want to go into that, because I don’t believe that that’s in the interests of the young people involved here.”

        Ultimately I don’t believe a word he says, nor that of what Cindy says. There have been too many lies to take anything any of the COL say as truthful. It is all self-interest and the young victims are not their first concern, that is reserved for themselves.

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        • Robbo is sticking it to Cindy Always Lying while she is on the world shopping trip!
          Not much she can do while she’s in China, watching the Warriors!
          Should go to work more often!

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          • I think the fat fairy should go back to selling Borat inspired swimwear and stop trying to roger the country.
            We are bigger and meaner than he thinks.

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        • Yes, I obviously skipped over that quote. Like you I do not believe a word of it. As for the attempt to separate the LP from Government, what a load of garbage. The guy was working in the PMs office so how can it not be to do with the Government?

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  10. Just been for a coffee at the local bakery/patisserie.
    Sitting at the table next to me must have been the weekly get together for wives to complain about their respective partners and blokes in general.
    I think I heard one of them say they belong to a group called ” On Anon- Anon.”
    Nice coffee though.

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    • We like to let off steam with our girlfriends. Men and women are from different planets and frustration is best vented. Luckily it wasn’t over a few glasses of wine. Your ears really would be burning! ?

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    • Very good video. Thanks WG.
      I am so deplorable.
      Is there a vaccination for this?
      Or is this a result of being vaccinated?

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      • I agree. I have kept the link for reposting just before the next election. The similarity between that and our antics of the political elites here in NZ, (including DPF) is very telling. His anti trump bias is quite telling after seeing that video.

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    • Thank you ‘wg’ as it shows up :-
      “They’ve been accustomed to winning , without arguing [ment]”.

      Going by comment section dates it seems to be ’20th September 2019′ when published.

      “VOTE deplorable NOT despotic”
      “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” JFK.
      from you tube comments 🙂

      Very well put into words, showing up how the “humpty dumpties” try to twist and turn words to denigrate the rest of us.

      Hoping that this commonsense will apply in the current Council elections. 🙂

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  11. Saturday arvo & no Kea?

    Probably shuffling down Courtenay Place displaying orange feathers under his armpits while mumbling something about ‘so many fat chicks, so little time’! 🙂

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  12. In July of 2017 the NZTA, probably rightly, closed the Manawatu Gorge due to the danger unstable cliff faces posed for its contractors. The one & only bright spot for the motoring public was that it occurred in an election year so there was political will to find a solution.

    A four lane highway was proposed. As the useless Greenie bitch involved herself it needed a cycle lane despite the fact that due to unbelievably high winds in the area no-one has actually seen a cyclist around those parts since about the time of the signing of Te Treaty.

    Now “the latest designs, unveiled at recent information sessions, show the proposed replacement road reducing to one lane in each direction for a 3-kilometre stretch at the summit” because the “rural look and feel” is important. It’s noteworthy that after 26 months of “consultation” & “planning” not one earthworm has yet been disturbed.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/115559582/concerns-raised-over-reduction-in-lanes-for-manawat-gorge-replacement-highway

    Meanwhile traffic, heavy & light, grinds over the “Saddle Rd”, a pot-holed goat track which politicians & NZTA promised would be upgraded with no expense spared.

    All crap!

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      • I’ve never seen a bike on the Saddle Rd WG……electric or not. A 44 tonne truck with north of 600hp struggles to get much over 15kph up & not much better down.

        The entire debacle is down to “consultation”. That & talk fests. There’s nothing built in NZ nowadays that takes longer to construct than to talk about.

        The country’s fucked with bullshit, process & red tape!

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        • I hear the saddle road is not for the faint hearted. My hubby avoids such goat tracks when I’m on board where possible unless I’m dosed up on ‘Sealegs’ travel sickness tablets!! One of the few bad roads we haven’t attempted together as yet. ?

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  13. It has always puzzled me, as to why alien abductees were probed in every orifice.
    Did the aliens learn it when they attended a youth camp?
    Or is sticking things where they don’t belong, strictly a human trait?
    You know, like, grubby little fingers into wall sockets, etc.

    Interesting clip: 3min 35 sec.

    #Tucker #FoxNews
    US Navy confirms multiple UFO videos are real
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZeAYsz7rvw

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    • It has always puzzled me, as to why alien abductees were probed in every orifice.
      Interestingly enough, it’s a thought that has never passed along my neurons.

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    • ……”why alien abductees were probed in every orifice”…….

      I understand that they were going to probe the Finance Minister but they decided that a torch was all they needed. 🙂

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      • Inside Alien Anal Probes
        By Preston Dennett

        Colavito tracked the earliest claim to the legendary Betty and Barney Hill case, which is said to have occurred in New Hampshire in 1961. While there is no mention of anal probing in most books about the Hill case, researcher Walter Webb had access to the actual hypnosis tapes and writes in an early article that Barney Hill had this experience. Writes Webb: “A cylindrical object was inserted up the rectum, and once again the witness believed something was removed.”

        Alien anal probes have become the butt of the joke on the Internet. When asked why aliens want to look up people’s asses, here is a list of fourteen reasons the average person may cite why aliens conduct anal probes:

        • Probably to see if they have any brains.
        • Because the Grays are evolved from prehistoric maggots and they “milk” humans for poo.
        • Because aliens come from Uranus.
        • To find out what’s in there.
        • Maybe they do it for shits and giggles.
        • They’re looking for drugs, duh!
        • They want to see the look on your face.
        • They’re harvesting farts.
        • The prostate bears a striking resemblance to their alien gods.
        • They want to get to the bottom of things.
        • The point is presumably to see the inside of the anus.
        • Because it’s funny.
        • They’re not aliens … they’re the government in spacesuits and you know how the government likes to stick it to you.
        • They like traveling in black holes.

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