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    • TAH, , I’d wager a YSB chocolate fish that it’s been decades since the bus drivers wife Robbo has had a sore arse or constipation for that matter , though I suspect the diorhea will be flowing freely today.

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      • Well it is six years of a sore arse and sore ears from the many times a day LIES and misuse of money (isn’t there an Act for dealing with Misuse of Money) towards the working NZer.

        The diarrhoea has certainly flowed out of the mouth of every liebour and Gween cabinet minister – daily.
        Which is interesting because even with diarrhoea many have got fatter and fatter like the poof, doctor megan and doctor verrall

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    • hooli youve lost the plot if you think prefu is open and transparent… robos expert in fudging and hes been busy fudging those numbers bigly.

      we wont know the actual state of the books until we get a nude nut / seymour/ winnie govt

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      • No SB. I have never said, nor thought that the PREFU will either be open, honest, transparent nor accurate. While it is Treasury that reveals this, I am sure the Arse Bandit will have done his best to have the figures fudged.

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    • Iaasb :– You are right.
      A lot of debt, liabilities has been passed over to other forms that are not so much as a true government department.
      Like ACC, & other versions of supposedly state owned enterprises.
      Plenty of room to fudge & pack that debt & liabilities in other entities in devious ways.

      I do not figure that Nicola Willis can figure this, except put a gloss on things.

      Is there some one behind the scenes like Bill Birch was to unravel the true state of affairs, very quickly.
      It was Bill Birch who did the work behind the scenes that made Winston Peters look passable as the virtue signaler “Treasurer of New Zealand”.
      No Steven Joyce, no Tony Ryall, no Bill English, that had some ability, along with John Key that had the gloss.

      Almost impossible amount to be tracked down, & sorted.

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      • Almost impossible amount to be tracked down, & sorted.

        I agree with you S1.

        [1] A lot of debt has been hidden in SOEs.

        [2] There have been a lot of illegal payments under the guise of “invoices” which under proper scrutiny will show to be buying votes/feathering nests/back handers/pocket pissing.

        [3] It will also be the invisibles that do not appear on Govt books. e.g. How does a PM with heavy expenses, manage to become a multi-millionaire in just over 4 years, accumulating 200-300 times what she at best would have been able to save?

        [4] How can a govt print/borrow/spend hundreds of billions of dollars with nothing visible that has been accomplished?

        No doubt that as these things comes out under a new govt, Labour/Greens.Maori will waste no time in blaming the incoming govt. “We were able to balance the books, why can’t you?”

        The only way to deal with these narcissists is:

        [1] Be very vocal when theft is discovered. Don’t hide it.

        [2] Initiate proceeding to both claw back the fake “spending”, and to prosecute those responsible.

        [3] This should be the modus operandi in respect of fiscal matters as well as covid/vaccines/climate change/co-governance.

        Unless the incoming govt goes ‘Full Metal Jacket’ on the crimes committed by this lot, this lot (or their replacements) will be back in power in 3 or 6 years, ready to do it all over again.

        And in the interim, the deep state govt bureaucrats having been recipients of the stooges largess, will in the interim, continue on with the architected WEF plans to kill off democracy.

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  1. And it took a liar who is Winnie to let them know. They can be what ever they bloody like, but if they are indigenous from this land they are just the same as every other New Zealander……….. an immigrant. So their treaty claims can fuck off and all the rest of this crap the liarbor national and every other party is espousing can fuck off as well. Bring back ENGLISH.

    And the fat robber’s son has to open the books oh happy days when they have to do this. Then nude nut might think he doesn’t want to do this??????? All the huge debt those robbers have left us with.

    I hope you all have a brilliant day and be careful out there, you never know who is out to get you.. (We do know actually but it is better to be surprised)🤢🤬🤬

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    • Lizzie, Winston is right, as much as I hate to admit it, how can you claim to be indigenous to New Zealand when you claim to come from Hawaiki? You can not be indigenous to two places.

      And how can you be Indigenous when you have only been in this country for half a morning Tea Break, past 800 years?

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        • 1769.
          There is BFSC ands AFSC
          Prior to 1769 BFSC Before Food Shelter Clothing
          From 1769 AFSC After Food Shelter Clothing

          life was as miserable as hell for Maori in a cold wet place with limited protein sources, no music, entertainment, reading or literature, and relying on flax for clothing and shelter.
          Stone age with no metal tools life -was brutal.
          The flax was not even of a grade to make linen. It is a crude, rough plant.

          Now life was no picture of joy in ye olde England as Charles dickens clearly informs us but it was not as utterly basic as what Maori had in a cold shit hole they had no ability to leave – or they would have.
          The stories of trips to Antarctica south America are the sort of fantasies desperate deprived children make up to escape the horror and reality.

          all this and the vile liebour goo-mint refused to celebrate the salvation in 2019 by celebrating a Quarter millennium since this vast life improvement.
          Instead they Denigrate Captain Jim of Whitby (who brought the protein on his second trip) and elevate the incompetent desperate enslaving stone agers.

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            • Oh; now they can get to Australia on the Great Boeing Waka
              Boeing used stolen te raro IP to make it so 🙂

              Those yankee -Germans are great intellectual property thieves.

              [why their language is te raro- it comes from Rarotonga; ask Winston ]

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          • …. The stories of trips to Antarctica south America are the sort of fantasies desperate deprived children make up to escape the horror and reality. …

            A true antipodean story, in the same vein of Santa Claus with his reindeer, (paddlers) & sleigh (canoe) that annually sets out from the frozen wastes of the North Pole. (Antarctica)

            Just that their version on heading South was really on a raid for the presents, (slaves), to indulge in a big Christmas dinner. (cannibal feast)

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            • Good point. Then there’s the bullshit the missionaries sold about miracles & eternal life. If we expected them to believe that shit we can hardly complain about myths involving open canoe visits to Antarctica.

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              • The thing that cracks me up about modern religions esp christians is that they poo poo the ‘primitive people ‘ who worship the life giving stars, sun, moon , water etc

                when the christians worship statues made of wood – carved by people – and plaster of paris; and if wealthy – marble .
                All man- made (or They-made) stuff but that is …advanced
                But those who worship actual life giving, real things …are primitive !!! ?

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                • Its a shame really, I kinda like the thought of being able to look down on people from the heavenly heights or what ever they made up, but its a nice idea. Before my daughter died she bought a star so her boys could look and see the star??? Think that was another scam but it made her happy and the boys have a look every now and then and makes them happy too.

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    • Just as the sun rises for all us, for all of us. 🙂

      “He iwi tahi tatou” to you —- is always a good reply to an ‘activist’

      “We are (now) one people”.

      To be accorded British citizenship to maori & settlers, where then to
      Move forward with one democracy, one law, one nation for all.

      https://www.donbrash.com/various-articles/we-are-now-one-people-no-myth/

      Now to defend New Zealand’s sovereignty against the global UN using the insidious socio-Marxist green fig-leaves of the hydra-heads of the 17 SDG’s that need to be burnt out.

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  2. Great to see the Greens rising in the latest poll. Mrs Mugabe and I will be getting on the organic dandelion wine to celebrate this afternoon – hopefully the Persian rug will bring along some of the good stuff! With results like this it can’t be long before I get rolled.

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  3. Tarquin, Most likely rolled by two enormous flabby tits once they are unleashed from whatever carbon fibre strengthened bra the racist POS has manufactured from flax leaves..
    You’re a sick man Tarquin but also very brave to risk such nightmares on a nightly basis.

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  4. ‘You have to break the law in order to change things’: Activists behind Tyre Extinguisher movement speak out’
    (Courtesy of ‘A Current Affair’ / Channel 9)

    Given that we tend to slavishly follow overseas trends this could perhaps be coming to a town near you.
    If it does, the NZMSM will no doubt applaud those who are doing such things, while Kiwi cops will do absolutely nothing.

    https://9now.nine.com.au/a-current-affair/climate-activists-tyre-extinguisher-interview-deflated-car-tyres-more-targets/3f14f9e5-3d68-4452-bc7e-0eaad4d54409?ocid=Social-ACA&fbclid=IwAR1j-zvrk8Y0ZEBsLtn667_oFacLLQqm97xAEpCVHUkzvsXici1ml2oI9wA

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  5. First Case of White Dot Syndrome Emerged After COVID-19 Vaccine and Subsequent Infection, Study Shows
    FEATUREDResearch & Discoveries
    Mary Gillis
    Scientists from New Zealand have uncovered the first case of a rare eye disease linked to both the COVID-19 vaccine and the virus itself, a new study published in the Journal of Ophthalmic Inflammation and Infection reveals.

    A 28-year-old otherwise healthy patient was diagnosed with multiple evanescent white dot syndrome (MEWDS) after complaining of vision problems just two days after receiving her second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

    The woman’s symptoms included dark blind spots, phantom light flashes, and overall decreased vision—all specific to her right eye.

    According to the study, doctors discovered that the vision in her right eye went from 20/20 to 20/50. In addition, her eye tissue was torn, optic nerves were swollen, and multiple pale-colored lesions were scattered throughout the back of her eye.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/first-case-of-white-dot-syndrome-emerged-after-covid-19-vaccine-and-subsequent-infection-study-shows-5487751?utm_source=newsnoe&src_src=newsnoe&utm_campaign=breaking-2023-09-11-2&src_cmp=breaking-2023-09-11-2&utm_medium=email&est=YzFCbb%2BdHE5%2BcghB4b5Fiv3aMfMtzobGlEHHBRzZau4ckU%2FV9DYGlZtRVqnDdKs%3D

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  6. I get a weekly email from PakNSav, mainly because I have never bothered to cancel it. We might go there once every 6 weeks or so if we are in Timaru.
    I cannot stand all this Maori shit and yes it was half in it telling me how I could write my shopping list.
    I have replied – wonder whether I will get a reply.
    “S’il vous plaît, arrêtez de m’envoyer des messages en maori. Combien de temps perdez-vous à traduire la langue commune de ce pays dans une langue qui n’est utilisée à aucune fin pratique.
    Merci
    Philippe”

    (Please stop sending messages to me in Maori. How much time are you wasting on translating the common language of this Country into a language that is not used for any practical purposes.
    Thank you
    Philip)

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  7. Another beautiful sun drenched day here in Paradise, I have 3 x 200 litre tanks for rainwater from my garden sheds – have been using them to hand water various plants as we are not getting the rain other parts have been receiving – they are now all half fill. Could be a major South Canterbury drought perhaps coming this way, don’t know as haven’t lived this end of Canterbury long enough but have certainly seen a couple of severe North Canterbury ones.

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  8. South Korea to COMPENSATE deaths 90 days after covid shot

    Families to all people who have died within 90 days of receiving a covid-19 vaccination will be compensated by the government.

    The country of South Korea has announced that they will be compensating the families of ALL people who die within 90 days of covid vaccination, regardless if the vaccination itself has been confirmed to be the cause of death.

    Families of people who have died will be eligible to get up to $22,500 in compensation money.

    Well, this is pretty telling…

    “Korea was able to achieve a higher inoculation rate compared with the rest of the world because people trusted the state and went to get vaccinated…In this regard, it is the state’s responsibility to tackle the blind spot in helping out those who fell victim to the vaccination policy.” said Rep. Park Dae-chul of the ruling government party.

    And here is something very interesting I found when it comes to side effects that we don’t really get to hear about in the mainstream media here.

    Turns out that South Korea has recognized 11 different types of side effects caused by the covid shots! This includes anaphylaxis, myocarditis and pericarditis.

    They also list another 15 symptoms like Bell’s Palsy and uterine bleeding as potential side effects of the shot.

    South Korea has had 96,000 complaints from people who have reported side effects from the shots, and nearly 30% of those complaints have been accepted by the government.

    Do you realize what this means?

    It means that governments are well aware of the side effects from the shots. Remember how people who questioned the safety of the shots were called “crazy conspiracy theorists”?

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    • The thing here is politicians were making decisions about medical matters when they have no clue.
      Then they offer compensation for politician errors using taxpayers money ..not their own.

      I grant some credit here for acknowledgement but how did these politicians – and it is politicians – walk blindly into this situation with no questioning of using experimental shit that has proven to be shit when any 16 year old using a logic test could tell you it was shit. .

      Sure you could rely on medical people ..but who ? (not WHO, as we clearly know)
      In NZ we have a situation where the goo-mint ‘relied’ on people with no expertise – pink hair and Shorn Hendy- who was basically an Excel modeler of no note – using GIGO – Garbage In, Garbage Out.

      A step in the right direction for Korea.
      a little late when the shit is in you bloodstream forever.

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      • Compensation that was written into the contracts with the govt. carrying the can. Ours is no different except ACC carry the can.

        Nothing new to see here.
        South Africa the same, Australia, Canada.

        The only thing left is for the arseholes in govt to admit to the crime so people can get compensation.
        and then of course to hang tha bastards that made it virually compulsory.
        We wil;l hunt them down Hipkins comes to mind.

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  9. IF THIS MAN IS THE ANSWER: HOW STUPID IS THE QUESTION? 🤔

    Question: What political parties have democracy and racial fairness as a core principle in their policies? Is it the Greens, Maori Party, Labour? Or is it ACT, National and NZ1? 😊👍

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  10. I see Biden is not that silly after all – in his rambling speech in Vietnam he correctly identified were New Zealand is and what it has become
    “, “excuse me, Third World, the, uh, the Southern Hemisphere.””

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    • What a shambles.
      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/09/10/biden-holds-bizarre-rambling-press-conference-vietnam/

      All the mainstream media, all the government officials, academia etc… can not diagnosis senility, dementia, etc..
      And the main stream media in so many countries, relay that everything is fine.

      When it is the media, looking at NZ media, that conspire to whip people into believing this nonsense, and to believe everything else they say on any other issue.
      Then expect many of the ordinary citizens to accept this is as normal.

      The media. the government, politicians, officials are willing accomplices, in what can be called criminal fraud, and deserve to suffer the full consequences & in total ignominy & more.

      Hooker Phil
      The truth of it is giving Biden and his crew any credence, along with slowly putting on the the UN Agendas, in complying with so many lies from this criminal conspiracy, while virtue signaling to hide truth, commonsense, so that NZ is on a fast track in corruption to the 3rd world.

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    • HP,It was worse than that ,I’m sure the old kiddy fiddler was refering to Vietnam which if I remember correctly isn’t in the Southern Hemisphere,I’ll check now before posting this to ensure I dont make a clown of myself.
      No, its in the Northern hemisphere ,the old cnut has to go before he starts WWW III.

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  11. bwahahaha pootube advert was chippy telling me theyre gunna break the cycle of crime and that hes got our backs and in it for you.
    labours full of fags so the last place i want them is behind me and them having my back.

    TOP must have a good budget as most ads i get are theirs, theyre fucking everywhere online.

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  12. Notional gets its chin over 40% in a poll. ACT drops.
    They are sharing the same voter pool.
    Liebour on 27% as I predict.

    Is John Podesta planning a visit in the next 6 weeks?
    You know, to show his expertise in manipulation.
    Stay home John, luxflakes is fully immersed in WEF rhetoric and action statements.

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  13. No Potatoes
    A stockboy is stacking fruit on a display, when a lady asks “Do you have any potatoes? ”
    The stockboy replies “Sorry ma’am, we are out of potatoes, but we will be getting a shipment tomorrow morning”
    The lady looks around some more. A few mins later she runs back to him asking where the potatoes are.
    The stockboy confused about her mental state simply tells her “Sorry ma’am, we are out of potatoes, but we will be getting a shipment tomorrow morning”
    The lady looks around some more then goes back to the same stockboy and asks “Where the hell do you keep the potatoes, I need some potatoes right now!”
    The stockboy, getting frustrated with his inability to explain the situation, tells the lady “Answers a couple of questions and I will get you your potatoes from the back.”
    The lady agrees and the man starts the questions.
    “Spell cat for me, as in catastrophe ” she says Ok, “C A T”. “Very good!” the stockboy says, “now spell dog, as in dogmatic. ”
    The lady getting frustrated spells it correct. Now the employee finally asks “now spell, Fuck, as in potatoes. ”
    She replies “There is no Fuck in potatoes?”
    To which the stockboy replies

    “THAT’S WHAT I’VE BEEN TRYING TO TELL YOU THE WHOLE TIME!”😂

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  14. luxflakes and hipkins at 22.5 % each for Preferred PM
    So a total of 45%

    Ergo, 11 out of 20 people want neither of these critters as PM.

    With all that 55% real estate going cheap See More can only get 7% pref PM ..less than his party vote.
    Sad times for Mr Ukraine, 2023.

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  15. Oh well, off out again to letter box deliver a pamphlet for our local Waitaki Democracy NZ candidate Roger Small. 7 km covered yesterday, might be a bit less today, it is all walking. Found my first person yesterday who admitted voting for Ardern – a fairly basic Labour person all of his life I think. Said it took him about 6 months to realise what she really was.

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  16. A Fundamentalist Minister in Alabama, sorely tempted, finally
    propositioned the choir mistress one night after practice, when
    they were alone in the Church.

    “Where Reverend?” she enthusiastically replied.

    “Right here on the floor.” he panted.

    “It’d be too cold.” she whispered. “How about standing up?”

    “Good Lord girl. Have you taken leave of you senses?” he
    shouted. “If anyone came in, they’d think we were dancing.”

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  17. The world needs international digital ID systems like coronavirus passports and Artificial Intelligence should be regulated by a global body similar to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Sunday.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/09/10/future-is-digital-eu-chief-calls-for-global-digital-ids-and-new-u-n-body-to-govern-artificial-intelligencefuture-is-digital-eu-chief-calls-for-vax-pass-style-ids-and-u-n-global-body-to-govern/

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    • BN, Ardern has already given the go ahead for exactly that. It’ll be controlled by the new super computer complex being built in a secure area with its own high security entrance at Whenuapai airforce base at this moment.
      It was only admitted to months back because people living in the area asked what was being built and the labour fifth had to come clean about it, but never fear it’s there to keep us all safe and warm in our beds at night.

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  18. The Wilko name will disappear from UK High Streets after a rescue deal for the chain fell through.

    All of its 400 stores across the UK will close by early October, the GMB union has said.

    It means redundancies are likely for all 12,500 staff at the family-owned business.

    It is understood no bidders are interested in running shops under the Wilko name, although some parties are interested in rebranding their stores.

    The billionaire owner of HMV, Doug Putman, hoped to keep up to 300 Wilko shops open, but his bid failed as rising costs complicated the deal.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/business-66743050

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    • A Leaf would probably be a cheaper option to replace my 20-year-old Honda Jazz but only terms of running cost per suburban km.

      However, I would need to buy a Leaf whose battery would have several years’ of service life left. That would cost at least double that of a replacement Jazz, and the depreciation would far outstrip any running cost savings.

      What happens when my Leaf needs a new battery? (As most of the cheaper ones will in a few years.)

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          • Yes. I could see myself on an electric bicycle. They are fast going uphill, and with all the 30 km/h speed limits in the urban areas, they will be able to keep up with the traffic.

            You can tell how woke a town is by its speed limit.
            70 km/h: not woke
            50 km/h: cautious and playing it safe
            40 km/h: somewhat woke and pretentious
            30 km/h: totally woke (eg. Raglan, Whitianga, Whangamata and other playgrounds of trust-fund babies)

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            • Yes OS, 30km areas. In Butt Fuck Taumarunui, the Ruapehu District Council are just going through a “Consultation Process” to install 30kph area throughout this Rural Township. The Foreign Devil at the Council who is heading this “Consultation Process” claims it will reduce both deaths and traffic accidents. When I questioned him as to providing evidence on the accident and death rate in Taumarunui on which they are basing the speed restrictions and evidence that there will be a reduction in deaths and accidents after the introduction of speed restrictions, the WOG has gone very silent and will not engage in any discussion on the matter with me. 30km per hour in a rural township at least 100kilometers from the next nearest township in every direction is wokeness in it’s utmost. The stupid thing is that State Highway 4 passes right through the middle of the Township and past 2 major schools. The Council are not altering the speed limit on that road as they have no jurisdiction so that road can not have it’s speed limits reduced and that is the busiest pedestrian and traffic road in the region. Here, no one rides an E Bike. being seen or caught doing so would get you a decent flogging with a maggoty cat.

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      • O-sen@1030

        ‘What happens when my Leaf needs a new battery? (As most of the cheaper ones will in a few years.)’

        You will, unfortunately, have to leaf it where it stopped and so-allow it to return to the earth from which it arose, so that, by doing-so, you can get warm fuzzies ‘cos you will, of course, be ‘Helping save the planet’;

        PS: While your leaf is leafing this mortal coil, you will also be able to watch ‘Climate Change’ at work since because you live in Auckland, the ‘Climate’; (and the salt in the atmosphere) will certainly ‘Change’ your leaf should you leaf it parked outside ‘cos it ‘Climate’ causes rust, and rust never sleeps…

        And as you will also have done your bit to recycle what you don’t (Can’t?) use, you could could then feel very proud of your efforts, and because you’ve shown that you are indeed a keen ‘environmentalist’, St. Greta couldn’t help but want to be your friend

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    • The big crunch will come when these early EV buyers go to replace them ( they are probably the sort of people who replace their new car every 2-3 years). There will be a very limited if any 2nd hand market because any one with a brain will be like O-sen –worrying about how long the battery will last.

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  19. JUST STOP SPENDING OUR MONEY!!!

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/09/11/election-live-latest-developments-from-the-campaign-trail/
    Labour has crashed well into the 20s in the latest political poll. It comes as the Government will today open its books today, revealing the state of its finances. Follow 1News’ updates for the latest on the election campaign.

    Treasury will this afternoon publish its Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Update (PREFU) with much of the speculation being that it will paint a rocky economic picture.

    “We’re facing a bit of a quandary going forward. On one level we’ve got an inflation problem and the Government can help the Reserve Bank out by spending less, it’s what’s called contractionary fiscal policy where they take a little bit more money out of people’s pockets than what they put back in.

    “Of course, we’ve got a little bit of economic reality or what we call fiscal and social reality there as well. We’ve got some pretty big deficits across the government sector where you look at healthcare, at education, law and order, defence is going to need a lot more money. It’s a whole lot of potholes around this country.”

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  20. NATIONAL CASH INCENTIVISES DOCTORS TO GET VACCINATION RATE UP

    As faith in Doctors reaches an all time low in NZ and vaccination rates plummet across the board

    National has a plan

    “The one-off payments programme for immunisation would see GPs paid $10 per enrolled patient on their books if they lift rates for childhood immunisations, MMR in under 18s and flu vaccinations for those aged 65 and above by five percentage points among the eligible by the end of June 2024.

    The one-off payments programme for immunisation would see GPs paid $10 per enrolled patient on their books if they lift rates for childhood immunisations, MMR in under 18s and flu vaccinations for those aged 65 and above by five percentage points among the eligible by the end of June 2024.”

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  21. Nothing on tv news last night about the disturbance in court yesterday!
    Nothing in today’s media either.
    No flappy mouth wokester, either!
    I’m guessing it was between maori gangs?
    Bet security is increased with a walled in tunnel for the judge to escape in!

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    • Would it be 2 different rival gangs in Court?
      A “wounded corrections officer” , just a stray sideways flail? or received some of the bash.
      Do you think the Judge did not also received a message?

      Yep yep, that what it is;-
      “In it for You” the Judges Protection.
      Not for you out in the street just doing your business.

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  22. Ian Wishart
    @investigatemag
    The credibility of the leader of NZ’s 3rd ranked #nzpol party is even more in doubt, with Climate Minister James Shaw still refusing to allow media to investigate his MSc degree from the UK, 96 hours after being asked for a privacy waiver. What are @NZGreens scared we will find?

    Gauntlet to the media: what’s more important, no.19 on ACT list or this? James Shaw told @JennaLynchNZ
    “I have always been very open”. Rubber, meet road. Is there something in his MSc application the public have a right to know?
    @1NewsNZ @MutchJessica @NewshubPolitics @rnz_news

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  23. Three nuns died in a horrific car crash. When they met Saint Peter at the pearly gates, he said “Well, you all led exemplary lives on earth, and as a reward, we are allowing each of you to go back and lead the life of any woman in history that you choose.”

    The first nun says “Saint Peter, I would like to go back as Florence Nightingale.”

    Saint Peter says “That is a very noble choice. You may go back as Florence Nightingale.”

    The second nun says “Saint Peter, I would like to go back as Marilyn Monroe.”

    Saint Peter hems and haws for a minute, then says “Well, okay, I think we can trust you. You may go back as Marilyn Monroe.”

    The third nun says “Saint Peter, I would like to go back as Alice Kapepelini.”

    Saint Peter says “I’m sorry, I don’t know who that is. Can you help me?”

    The nun hands Saint Peter a faded newspaper clipping. Saint Peter reads it for a minute and says “Oh, you’ve made a slight mistake. It was the Alaska Pipeline that was laid by ten thousand men!”

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  24. Another reason not to vote for Luxon. He says there is not doubt Cyclone Gabrielle was caused by climate change –he is an ignorant moron or he is the most poorly advised politician out there, probably both.

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/197700/233762

    Are Labour trying to commit political suicide ? I cannot think of a better to turn voters away from them, effectively banning convoys ( or should I say hikoi ). But I’m not sure how they introduce the legislation if the Parliamentary session has ended or is it just a regulation change?

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/197700/233716

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  25. Mr Editor

    a few wordpress/YSB problems in the last week.
    No settings changed on MS based computer.

    1. The login to YSB delivers a blank page with just
    https://ysb.co.nz/login/
    at the top and the wordpress logo

    2. the spell check which has been superb and better than any other I have used has really taken a fall in the last week.
    it does not really correct not recognise words it could fix 2 weeks ago

    Just some feedback
    not sure if it is just me

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    • More info would be helpful
      What browser do you use?
      How often do you quit you browser and restart?
      Do you clear your cache?
      What spell check? I use grammerly. it underlines the misspelt words.
      Failing any other complaints, it must be you.

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      • 1 x Windows 7 and 1 x Windows 10 PCs
        2015 HP Probook
        HP 2023 Probook

        Mostly – for these purposes -use Google Chrome browser

        I would probably quit browser 1 or 2 times a day
        therefore have to log in again on restart
        clear browser on each computer about every second day
        sometimes more
        also requires re-login

        Restart Win 10 about every 2 days – it is so crappy I have to
        Forget Win 11 which I used last year for a wee while.
        Win 7 restart about every five days – more stable

        Chrome wont update on Win 7 anymore (nor Brave) but using a 8 year old HP Computer That is better than any of the three (All HP) I have buried since then.
        Even the last – 5 month old HP $1500 Probook is the second under warranty. The prior one lasted 2 days .
        Yeah, yeah looking to change brand next time which wont be far away given their track record.
        Maybe Dell

        Have never knowingly selected a spell checker on either computer
        just tested on Brave browser and the same

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  26. What a weaselly bunch of whinging ‘reporters’ more worried about the politics than the problem in front of them – that Robbo has over borrowed and overspent leaving the Debt clock of $78k per household.

    Election 2023: Taxpayers’ Union says National ‘bit ratty’ about gatecrashed human hoarding event
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/09/election-2023-taxpayers-union-says-national-bit-ratty-about-gatecrashed-human-hoarding-event.html

    But The Taxpayers’ Union crashed the National Party’s party, bringing along a trailer with digital numbers outlining how much debt Aotearoa’s Government owes. The group is asking political parties to “stop the clock”.

    Taxpayers’ Union co-founder Jordan Williams spoke with media at the event and, when asked, said he did not coordinate the appearance with National.

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    • Cheers rol, we make a great tag team along with S1 and other regulars. 🙂

      That last interview extremely interesting. Bravo and well done Dr. Roderick Mulgan taking on the nursing council for censoring a nurse against the mandates, and preventing her freedom of speech by telling her she cannot speak to the media or others. They are wrong!!!!!!!

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  27. Well apparently you’re not allowed to park your car trailer on the road for more than 7 days. Just got a $40 ticket. My trailer’s been parked on the road for a couple of years, chained to a power pole, and never had a problem until now. Fantastic.

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    • Braybots@1522

      A ‘grand coalition’ / merger between the two major parties (Effectively formalising what already exists, would seem to be the most likely answer to y6our question, but aside from that, I have absolutely no idea, so please enlighten us (You know that you want to).

      Thank you.

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      • Komata.
        Yes. All that National and Labour have done so far is perform a show of one-upmenship with virtually identical policies.
        Not once have Labour delivered on any of their promises. All caused hardship, divisiveness and negative outcomes.
        National have indicated they would push harder on detrimental policies and have seen how easily Labour got away with being dictators. They’ll love that.
        As a grand coalition, there will be no opposition.
        Klaus will be happy.

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  28. The Sun is not behaving as scientists predicted

    The discrepancy between prediction and observation was apparent as early as July 2022, when Nicola Fox — then the director of NASA’s heliophysics division — wrote on NASA’s website that “the Sun has been much more active this cycle than anticipated.”

    A reliable solar cycle prediction is now more important than ever because of our increasing dependence on vulnerable technology. Earth’s atmosphere puffs up with solar activity and increases the drag on the (very many) satellites that need to maneuver in orbit. Solar outbursts can fry electronic equipment, jam radio signals, confound GPS systems, and disrupt power grids.

    https://www.sott.net/article/484264-The-Sun-is-not-behaving-as-scientists-predicted

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  29. ACT Party says bad news in the Pre Election Economic and Fiscal Update will require it to reduce its proposed tax cuts
    The ACT Party says it will have to dial back its proposed tax cuts because the Government has left the economic cupboard bare.

    So, ACT will come out with revised numbers next Tuesday.

    The Party’s comments come after Treasury unveiled its Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update (PREFU).

    This showed falling tax revenue worsened the Government deficit to an unaudited but actual shortfall of $10 billion for the 2023 financial year, $3 billion worse than was forecast in the budget in May. It’s predicted to slip further to $11.4 billion in the 2024 financial year. Core Crown expenses are forecast to rise, and the state will not be in surplus till 2027, when there will be a credit of $2.1 billion.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/economy/124258/act-party-says-bad-news-pre-election-economic-and-fiscal-update-will-require-it

    so that fucks carrot no.1

    the (current) Government is spending more on its interest bill than it does on primary and secondary education

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    • Taxpayer’s Union on the Fiscal Outlook:

      “According to the IMF, New Zealand is now running the second largest fiscal deficit of all the developed economies.
      Core Crown Debt has exploded out to more than 160 billion dollars.

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      • A bit more of the Tax Payers email on the PREFU

        “Our economic team are just out of the Treasury lock-up where they’ve been studying the Pre-Election Fiscal and Economic Update (PREFU).

        And things are bad, really bad.

        We were expecting a blood bath, but what has been delivered is better described as a “shambles” – a butcher’s slaughter house.

        The opening of the books reveal that the Government is spending more than ever before. Astonishingly, Grant Robertson is spendingeven more now than he did during the height of COVID lockdowns.
        According to the IMF, New Zealand is now running the second largest fiscal deficit of all the developed economies.
        Core Crown Debt has exploded out to more than 160 billion dollars. Per person, that is nearly $123,000 for the typical household of Mum, Dad, and two kids. For the average (smaller) household it is just shy of $82,000.

        And the interest costs are enormous. Already we were paying more for debt services than for law and order (Police, Corrections, the Courts etc), but now it’s projected to be $9.8 billion by 2027 – which is more than what we are forecast to spend on schooling kids!
        Our kids will be paying dearly for Grant Robertson’s recklessness
        Grant Robertson has pulled all the tricks to try and massage today’s figures. He told the Treasury to slash projected future spending so that he can provide false assurances about getting back into surplus.

        But the numbers do not lie. Treasury has exposed that Grant Robertson’s deficit spending now amounts to $72 million per day.”

        And this is the NZH headline , propaganda at it’s worst.
        https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8c60931a84da54be67b0b64cce5f642e400e9780ff097f9c029c8b3df3fdb164.jpg?w=800&h=724

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  30. Susan St John sees either a National or Labour-led government presiding over deepening family poverty among beneficiaries and the working poor

    Casual observers could be forgiven for thinking the National Party’s recently released Working for Families tax policy had been cut and pasted from the Labour Party’s own policy. The similarities are certainly striking.

    Both parties pledge to increase the “in-work tax credit” (IWTC) by NZ$25, to $97.50 a week from April next year. They also promise to raise the Working for Families (WFF) household income abatement threshold (above which payments start reducing at 27%) from $42,700 to $50,000 in 2026.

    In this strange pre-election coalescence, there is no longer even a pretence of delivering on Labour’s stalled Working for Families review that promised “fundamental” changes to the system.

    The major WFF tax credit remains the Family Tax Credit. It costs $2.3 billion a year, and is worth $137 weekly for the first child, and $111.60 for each extra child. This payment goes to all low-income children, whether or not parents are on welfare benefits, and is the major income tool to address child poverty.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/124252/susan-st-john-sees-either-national-or-labour-led-government-presiding-over

    Well they are joined at the WEL, so no surprises there.

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  31. Poll of polls shows Labour’s chances evaporating, National’s soaring

    The left bloc of Labour, the Greens and Te Pāti Māori has just a one in 20 (5.4 per cent) chance of forming a government after election day, according to the Herald’s poll of polls.

    If the election were held this weekend, its odds would be even worse – just 1 per cent.

    Even adding a fourth party to the mix, NZ First (a near impossibility given Labour and NZ First have ruled each other out) only improves things slightly, giving the left a 35 per cent chance of forming a government if the election were held this weekend and a 42.6 per cent probability for the actual election date.
    Possible coalitions for an election now
    Distribution of the number of seats available to potential coalitions based on 8000 simulations of an election this Saturday. The vertical line indicates the 61 seat threshold needed to form a government.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/election-2023-poll-of-polls-shows-labours-chances-evaporating-nationals-soaring/NL6Z6GLJV5FKVA73CW6TG2OSH4/

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  32. Labour leader Chris Hipkins takes responsibility for party’s poor poll result
    Prime Minister Chris Hipkins. Photo / Sylvie Whinray

    Labour Party leader Chris Hipkins says he takes responsibility for his party’s poor result in the latest poll.

    The Reid Research Newshub poll puts Labour support at 26.8 per cent, its worst result in six years, with National on 40.9.

    This poll shows Labour’s support plummeting to its lowest level since Andrew Little was leader in 2017.

    The polls are all over the place like amad women crap.
    Guess that’ll be right.

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        • dnz are so super awsome theyll do a 360 instead of 180. i bet even aotearoa legalize cannabis gets a better result, hell liz gunn probs will ffs.

          vikey thinks it was great the party cleaned out 5 members who tried to hold the leader to account and keep the parties integrity intact. stupid ole fool dosent realise that scuttled the already slowly sinking ship.

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            • all wild cards that would never make it to parliament with the big number list rankings they had.
              Plus these had to move on – well not had to, were moved on – because of action by disgusting media filth that I mentioned on here 3 weeks ago – the the media will attack when the campaign proper starts and the list cant be shifted.

              The Matt-Party people moved on because they, internally, did not agree with King Matt.

              The ACT party has been an attack from the outside by left wing media scum .
              a more softened version of the Uffindell attacks;
              and similar to the attacks on local body candidates last year at this time – people who believe in bodily autonomy and discarding media -pushed, unscientific convid dogma

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          • It is good that ACT clean out backend listers that are feisty about Ardern, Hipkins, vaxxes & the consequential Choices of mandates.
            All the better to bring in some further aspects of the 14 of 17 UN SDG’s

            …. Learn about immunisation’s key role in achieving 14 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals ….
            https://www.gavi.org/our-alliance/global-health-development/sustainable-development-goals

            Who will be the Parliamentarians supporting this binding WHO Pandemic Treaty in 2024?
            It seems that this will go through unanimously
            Not even a question to be raised.

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            • Pfizer & Moderna have the approval, ready to roll out now, before winter sets in, in the Northern Hemisphere.
              https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-12505859/US-approves-updated-COVID-vaccines-rev-protection-fall.html

              NZ should be well signed up on WHO Pandemic Treaty Plan, just in time for our New Zealand winter. 🙁

              At this stage we do not know for sure if it will be required, sort of along with a “health passport” that a number of corporates may require, for keeping you safe & others, in the name of health & safety.

              It is like how some observe the trends in polls.
              There will come a time when the bridge you unwittingly walked across, is considered bought, and the contract will be closed, in confirmation & your compliance will be expected.

              PS unless those Act candidates are totally dopey, maybe.
              But I think they would be quite active feisty Party workers, putting up bill boards, handing out pamphlets, organizing meetings, contacts, etc..
              Sure may not be up to ability for Parliament, but does it matter.
              Was what they did so grievous, and admittedly I do not watch the media on ACT, but I would have thought Seymour would have their back, instead of blaming his supporters not getting it right.

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  33. This is a transcript of Audrey Young’s subscriber-only Premium Politics newsletter. To sign up, click on your profile at nzherald.co.nz and select ‘Newsletters’. For a step-by-step guide, click here.

    Welcome to the Politics Briefing. If the polls were closer, this would be perhaps the most important day of the election campaign, with Treasury sharing its revised forecasts.

    But the 8.8-point gap between National and Act on the one hand and Labour, the Greens and the Māori Party in last night’s Newshub-Reid Research poll suggests that even if there were a miraculous turn-around in the books and economic outlook, it is likely too late for Labour to get back on track.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/election-2023-audrey-young-even-an-economic-miracle-cant-save-labour-now/J62A73JWR5ERLKW2BJFPBWN4PQ/

    So llabbour can stop wasting more money and go now then. How good is that. Hopfully they will be down in the low digits by the time to vote. 20 days away.

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  34. The large and colourful line-up of Northland candidates is fronting for the Taxpayers’ Union debate tonight at 7pm moderated by the hosts of The Working Group podcast, left-winger Martyn Bradbury and right-winger Damien Grant. They do ask great questions. Northland is the most marginal seat in the country and the electorate has made a habit of changing MPs: after National’s Mike Sabin resigned, Winston Peters won the byelection but was beaten by National’s Matt King at the next general election, who was beaten by Labour’s Willow-Jean Prime at the last general election by 163 votes. National Party stalwart and farmer Grant McCallum is contesting the seat, along with Act list MP and farmer Mark Cameron, former NZ First MP Shane Jones, and Matt King is back as leader of the DemocracyNZ party.

    Labours gone. Willoe Jean is gone,Jones doesn’t do work, Act or National either of the evils and losers or the real King then.

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    • its not a marginal seat, the shitty nats already have that one in the bag. northland werent voting for matt they were voting for a national mp even tho they many still party voted for the covid queen.

      youre beyond help if you think matt king will get within 20% of the nat candidate, even shane jones will mop the floor with him.

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      • looking forward to it curious, last time there was 30% dont know/refused so be interesting to see where they go.
        dnz would need every single dont know/refused vote and theyd still only be 2nd and lagging behind by 3-4%

        its too crowded of an electorate esp centre and centre right, probs one of the worst electorates matt king couldve pinned his hopes on.

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    • Viking is a political bimbo

      Northland is Nats country from day 1.
      There was a change with voting in sitting list MP Winston Peters in 2015, after Notional were not honest about Mike Sabin’s activities
      There was never going to be a change of government over this result .
      where are the bridges of Kaitaia County ?
      Irrelevant result that changed little.

      In 2020 there was a massive swing to liebour after toddy munter, Nikki Kay and Matty hooootten fucked up notional and Prime got in with a less than 200 majority.
      an aberration.
      In 2023 it will return as a Notional seat.

      I will bet $1000 to viking that Notional will win Northland in 2023 and King Matt NOT
      I will bet a further $1000 that King Matt will not even get 15% of the electorate vote
      winnings as
      10% to IAASB boat fund
      30% to Fred Hollows foundation
      10% to YSB donations
      50% to moi

      and 10% for the Big Guy ….using Demonrats economics.

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  35. 🤣

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/09/12/onlookers-shocked-as-orangutan-launches-possum-from-zoo-enclosure/
    An orangutan at Perth Zoo shocked onlookers after it grabbed a possum and brutally flung it into the atmosphere from a high perch in its enclosure.

    The video starts in a playful manner, as the orangutan chases the possum up into its perch then pokes at it with a long stick.

    The orangutan had chased the unwelcome guest up to its high perch before tossing it like a discus.

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  36. Harry Peterson
    @harrypeterson_

    BREAKING:

    NZTPU Curia poll of Northland (candidate vote)

    Grant McCallum (NAT): 49% (+11)
    Willow-Jean Prime (LAB): 20% (-18)
    Shane Jones (NZF): 15% (+5)
    Reina Penney (GRN): 5% (+1)
    Matt King (DNZ): 5% (New Party)
    Mark Cameron (ACT): 3% (-)

    (+/- = change from 2020 election)

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          • go listen to michael laws from todays yarn on voting, it explains you lots rationale for protest voting.
            i get it, i was going to aswell, still could do if im in a mood on the day but ive decided to swallow a dead rat and just make sure labour certainly dont get a chance to fully hand this place to greedy clack bunts. (id protest vote te pati maori, if the countries gunna be fucked it may aswell be real fucked)

            https://youtu.be/Vj7iohluQ8M?si=yFYv1dhBvwp8KTe4

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            • I lack conviction that the outcome will change regardless of whether National or Labour win. We’re still heading down the road to financial ruin with totalitarian government forcing vaccines on us, ceding NZ to Maori & removing freedoms at a rate that would make Fidel Castro envious. The destination is the same; only the speed at which we arrive differs.

              The comment to the effect that people like backing winners & treat elections as a visit to the TAB is apposite.

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              • Same here WG. I’ve voted in 18 elections & 16 times it’s been for National. The exceptions were 1984 when Muldoon had lost the plot & 2020 when National threw the election to campaign on influencing the referenda totally at odds with my own opinions.

                I will never vote National again so long as my arse points downwards & in any case I’m not a socialist. My options are limited.

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    • ysbs hero gained 3%!!!!
      nationwide party vote is still not even registering on latest polls, even outdoors and freedoms got mentioned with their pathetic polling number.

      “The poll also reveals that 75% of those who voted for King now intended to vote for McCallum, with just 5% planning to vote again for King under his Democracy NZ banner.”

      told ya! they voted for nat candidate in 2020 and not matt king. plus i see matt king only got 4% but it gets boosted to 5% when they remove the undecided vote.

      if matt has the integrity you lot claim he does he would give up now and hand back the remaining money hes scammed from gullable folk. vikey shoulda sunk his money into another property instead of betting the farm on a horse destined for the glue factory.

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      • I think you were largely right that they are voting for the party instead of the candidate but don’t forget that in 2020 Matt was one of only a couple of National electorate candidates that increased their vote compared to 2017, so he obviously had some personal appeal.

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        • yeah but a fair few others garnered far more electorate votes then the party vote for the same electorate so matts not that special.
          voters rewarded cindy/labour for their early covid success and the not fully fucked in the head ones still electorate voted nats.
          matt king is finding out hes just like sharma and most voters just go red or blue no matter who is standing in the seat.

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  37. It’s rigged.
    Pleased that Matt challenged the idiot that tried the ‘conspiracy’ label .
    Answers from the nat/Act/NZF follow the usual toe the line bs .
    They lack the ability to think critically or are too scared to say what they really think.
    Matt’s the only honest man there.

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    • Probably unlikely wo. I think it is time to accept that DNZ will not fly this election. Vote for them by all means none of the others are worth a tin of shit but don’t kid yourself that your vote will make a difference.

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              • There’s more that will come out in the fullness of time. It will blow your socks off if they choose to take the action available. Lots of untruths from that lot and unethical behaviour. Mental issues at play and I have seen that for myself. Where are they all now. gone to the wilderness with nothing achieved. You are just not curious enough.

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            • I also had the comment from 1 of the resigned candidates.
              “Democracy in name only”.

              And not so happy in particular with 1 of the Board members but they did not want to elaborate any further.

              I only know of 2, and one of them had pretty good standing, and still doing work in the fields where they are known.
              Organizing behind the scenes to actively bring other issues to the fore, to make a future government aware that they have to stop what is already going ahead in District, Regional Councils, & how government techno-bureaucracies are still demanding compliance.

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  38. Newshub can reveal a rise in the number of gang members who breached their home detention conditions and were discharged without further penalty.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/09/gang-members-breaching-home-detention-with-no-further-penalty-on-the-rise.html

    For example, in 2017/18, two Hell’s Angels members were sentenced to home detention compared to 20 members in 2022/23. Looking at the Nomads, eight members were sentenced in 2017/18 compared to 31 in 2022/23.

    For New Zealand’s two biggest gangs – the Mongrel Mob and Black Power – the number has risen since 2017/18, peaking in 2021, but it’s come down since then. In 2017/18, 105 Mongrel Mob members were sentenced to home detention compared to 163 in 2022/23.

    It coincides with a rise in gang members who have breached their home detention conditions but were discharged without further penalty. In 2017/18, 25 gang members were discharged with a conviction compared to 61 in 2022/23.

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  39. Many people don’t know that our “Pukeko” bird is indigenous to Spain and South America (where its called a “swamp hen”). It was, very obviously, transported here to New Zealand in remote antiquity, as it’s a semi-flightless bird and rarely flies more than 100-yards in one short hop. It certainly has no ability or stamina to fly between continents over vast tracts of ocean.

    http://onenzfoundation.co.nz/articles/books-and-reviews/proof-of-pre-maori/

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    • BN,The only reason the pukeko is still with us is because they are inedible ,in my youth I tried slow cooking all sorts of livestock including wild turkey ,pig,deer, possum etc ,slowly cooking a pukeko we ended up with a lump of meat that took the dogs 2 days to consume, right there is the reason they are still plentiful in this country otherwise they’d have been gone 100s of years before Whitey arrived and fuined this paradise of a country.

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  40. Former TVNZ reporter Craig Stanaway attacked at North Shore sailing club by ex Maryam Baghvand

    A dispute at a North Shore sailing club resulted in former TVNZ reporter and high-profile public relations manager Craig Stanaway suffering cuts and a bitten arm, a court was told today as the media personality’s former partner was sentenced.

    Maryam Baghvand, 44, appeared in North Shore District Court as Judge Anna Fitzgibbon ordered 12 months of supervision and 180 hours of community service.

    Baghvand, also known as Maya Majors, had initially been charged with wounding with two counts of intent to cause grievous bodily harm, which carries a maximum possible sentence of 14 years’ imprisonment, and one count of threatening to kill.

    She instead pleaded guilty to a single reduced charge of injuring with intent, punishable by up to five years’ imprisonment. All parties, including the victim, agreed today that prison was not an outcome anyone wanted.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/former-tvnz-reporter-craig-stanaway-attacked-at-north-shore-sailing-club-by-ex-maryam-baghvand/OLCC2GWQUNAAFIW6JYX7AKM36I/

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  41. Old Vikings daily panic when he checks his comments every morning to see if he’s belittled or accused anyone else of being way below him on the intelligence scale must be something to behold but I’m guessing with his outlook on life there’ll be no one there to witness it unless he’s got a very understanding forgiving cat , LMFAO.

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