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  1. Freezing day here in Rarangi trendsetters. Southerly blowing through the place. Had the log burner pumping all last night must have chewed through a half ton of Kauri. Bit more fishing this arvo, see what other monsters of the deep I can trawl up. Speaking of, haven’t heard from you know who. 🐦.
    Nasska, roll over and wake him will ya.

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  2. Political party’s described by a not stable genius /////// :
    Labor = Communism for all.
    National = Communism under a vail of free will
    Greens = If we could we would get rid of the problems of the world by snapping our fingers and only leaving the alphabet soup people who will then live under communism
    Act = I see nothing, nothing at all, ooh look a birdy, yeah yeah what ever the pole topper said we agree with so we can bring communism light to you.
    Nz First = winston first, if it suits me Ill go with it especially if it comes with a large envelope stuffed with beer tokens.
    The Maori party (or what ever they call themselves now) = we want you to hand over all your money and land to us so we can buy the latest Merc and trash everything else coz white man bad.
    All minor party’s : just pissing into the wind created by the major parties, too bad it collecting in the bucket there standing in, who will be the first to drown

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      • Communism light = You will have freedom if you do as we say take all the jabs and mandates otherwise nothing for you.
        Might have missed the mark on that one but hey he towed the jabby line so I think hes a useless cunt

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        • Another jabby jabster. 🫵
          ACT are bringing back 3 strikes. Just on that alone they are worth voting for.
          They are going to build more prisons. Fantastic.
          They are going to nail the bludgers who are abusing the benefit system.
          They are re-writing the arms act. Great for law abiding firearm owners.
          They will stand up for rural NZ.
          Oranga Tamariki is in the firing line. Major restructure.
          ACT will sort the red tape and over-regulation in NZ..
          And the poo skins. The poo skins won’t know what hit ’em.
          What’s to dislike? Oh yea, the jabby jab. I’m not going to say build a bridge because that would be rude of me….but 🙂

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              • Ok Hunty, Wont be looking at me, every one is entitled to make their own minds up and own mistakes, how ever I suspect that no one on this blog is dumb enough to let labour have another kick at that can.
                That still leaves the over whelming fact that all the parties are nearly as bad as each other, this means trying to find the one that will fuck us over the least.
                So if we look at it like this labour and the greens will fuck us till we are dead then try and fuck the corpse of society, National will fuck us just to keep klaus happy, winny will fuck who ever gives him the most money tells him to

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                • 100% lads. I’m just going on policy and ACT has got it all as far as I’m concerned. Seymour will slam the poo skins and toughen up on crime. ACT will look after the cockys.
                  My main concern is voters spreading their ticks around the place and Labour garnering enough of ’em to knit together a rag-tag coalition of scumbags. I don’t trust Peters. He says he won’t go with Labour but I bet you my last dollar he will if push comes to shove and there is a bauble or two on offer. This election is one of the most important elections in NZ’s history. If we don’t get it right NZ is fucked. Hello Aotearrroooa.

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                  • Are you sure he will do all that? I bet he won’t, He was part of the original freedom party and reneged on those freedoms but that is just my take on it. Was an act voter right from the very start of their original party. No more Mikey they are NOT living up to their principles.

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                  • Mike I’d agree with if I thought ACT had a chance to get their policies into place. It would be great. But it is increasingly looking like NN has major problems with many of the ACT policies, so there is a huge issue there. If NN was a true National Party person he would have no problems.
                    It makes it more difficult for centre right voters.
                    The best outcome would be for ACT to get the 20-23 MPs that Bob Jones predicts and National rolls NN, Willis and Bishop from the leadership after about 6 months (dreams are free !!!)

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                    • If Luxon needs ACTs votes he will have no choice other than to swallow dead rats and he may even have a choice of which rats otherwise its another election and Nats may find themselves the minor party.

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                    • Ross, national is now centre left party so of course theyre gunna clash with any right wing policies like act propose, act arent even that far right anymore either it seems the whole political landscape has been sliding left for some time.

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                • NN is a talking head, dumb enough not to realise he’s stupid. Feed him the woke narrative and he swallows it hook, line and sinker and parrots it to anyone who’ll listen. I’d expect the person holding the PM office to be READING everything from a wide range of publications he can get his hands on so he is fully informed. Incompetence is NOT a requirement of the office except those are the options we have lined up as candidates.

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  3. https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/300971761/20-better-pay-30-cheaper-groceries-why-we-left-nz-for-australia

    “Michał Chudziński-Pawłowski recently moved to Melbourne and says financially, it has been a good decision.
    ➡️🤮 He and his husband moved to New Zealand from Poland about eight years ago, expecting it to be their “forever home”.
    Michał Chudziński-Pawłowski says cafes are open for longer. 😂
    Couple of fudge packers. ☝️
    That’s bullshit. Groceries 30% cheaper. No way. 10-15% but not 30%. You pay a lot more tax in Aus. Electricity is not that cheap; you pay for water in and water out. Capital gains tax on property is severe. For a family of 5, Mum Dad, and 3 kids you need to be bringing in at least 200K a year to survive comfortably. I’m glad I’m out.

    Birdy!! LOOK ➡️🐦💩 https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/300969070/immigration-could-hit-100000-new-arrivals-in-a-year-heres-what-that-means

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      • Hey Braybots, I was catching up on yesterday’s HYS and noticed that the last two paras are missing from the Charlotte Weber post you put up at 6.45 pm. Not sure why – but the whole point she was making has been lost. An important omission. So here they are, copied word for word plus the link:

        “Winston Peters – 40+yr veteran, looking after the young, the old and putting NZ First, renowned handbrake on bad policy no matter who the gvnt was, hated by all of the above people, currently the enemy of all political parties no matter where they sit in the political spectrum – still leader of his party 30 yrs later (no shoulder tap deals, coup d’état, knighthoods, cushy overseas jobs or Milligan dollar book deals? 🤔)

        Don’t know about you but I can clearly see who I can trust.”

        https://t.me/BigDaddysLightWarrior/285166

        Doesn’t matter whether we agree with her or not. What matters is she was explaining her reasons for supporting Winston who in her opinion has not been bought and paid for like the other party leaders she mentions.

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  4. An older gentleman was driving round and round a town, trying to find a parking space that was big enough to allow him to manoeuvre his fairly large car into. Finally, he found something suitable, and so carefully positioned his car in readiness to reverse it into place. Suddenly, seemingly from nowhere, a nippy little car shot into the space.
    The rather smug young driver shouted; “Yer can do that, when yer got plenty of power!”
    The older chap reversed towards the space just as he’d planned, badly damaging the little car down most of it’s length. Looking through his open passenger window, he calmly said to the young man; “You can do that, when you’ve got plenty of money!”

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    • A farmer was at home when he got a phone call
      from his son. “Dad, I was driving the tractor and
      hit a pig it’s still alive. What should I do?”
      His old man replied; “Shoot it son, then bury it”
      About an hour later, the son calls his Dad again.
      “OK Dad, I’ve done that, but what shall I do
      with his motorcycle and radar gun?”

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  5. Here is a test for Luxon. He says he wants to get tourism back to pre pandemic levels. OK that’s good, but Posie Parker has just cancelled her visit to NZ because her family have persuaded her that NZ is too dangerous to visit !!!

    Let’s hear Luxon response to that news —a pack of rag tag radicals have made NZ too dangerous to visit for some people and I’m sure the family will make their views made widely, in the UK. A lack of response from Luxon will just endorse their views. To me it is also a test for Luxon to show his support for women’s rights.

    Edit. Just beat me to it Ronnie.

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  6. The full list:

    1 Winston Peters (List)

    2 Shane Jones (Northland)

    3 Casey Costello (Port Waikato)

    4 Mark Patterson (Taieri)

    5 Jenny Marcroft (Kaipara Ki Mahurangi)

    6 Jamie Arbuckle (Kaikōura)

    7 Andy Foster (Mana)

    8 Tanya Unkovich (Epsom)

    9 David Wilson (Upper Harbour)

    10 Erika Harvey (Tauranga)

    11 Kirsten Murfitt (Bay of Plenty)

    12 Lee Donoghue (Hutt South)

    13 Stuart Husband (Waikato-Hauraki)

    14 Gavin Benney (Whangārei)

    15 Anne Degia-Pala (Kelston)

    16 Robert Ballantyne (Rangitata)

    17 Helma Vermeulen (Rangitīkei)

    18 Laurie Turnbull (Napier)

    19 Taylor Arneil (Wellington Central)

    20 Keegan Langeveld (Dunedin)

    21 Tira Pehi (Taupō)

    22 Shane Wiremu (Christchurch East)

    23 Mark Arneil (Christchurch Central)

    24 Michelle Warren (Northcote)

    25 Robert Monds (Papakura)

    26 Kevin Stone (Hamilton West)

    27 Jackie Farrelly (West Coast Tasman)

    28 Geoff Mills (Rongotai)

    29 Anthony Odering (Waitaki)

    30 William Arnold (Whanganui)

    31 Craig Sinclair (East Coast)

    32 Russelle Knaapp (Hamilton East)

    33 Lindsay Kirslake (Banks Peninsula)

    34 Andrew Hogg (Manugakiekie)

    35 Caleb Ansell (Coromandel)

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  7. https://rumble.com/v3hzl0f-the-national-emergencies-coming-to-give-dems-even-more-power-friday-exclusi.html
    The ‘National Emergencies’ Coming to Give Dems Even MORE Power
    Glenn Beck

    The government overreach happening in America is getting more blatant. Does the Left think we won’t fight back, or are the elites just getting arrogant? BlazeTV host Matt Kibbe joins in-studio to go over the Biden administration’s assault on the American people and the “emergencies” coming down the pipeline to give the Democrats more power, including a possible economic emergency and another COVID-19 power grab.

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  8. The proposed changes to consent, including creating a positive definition of consent and examining the efficacy of sexual conduct offences, were welcomed by staff at Porirua’s women’s refuge, who told the Labour leader the reality of their clients’ lives.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/election-2023-labour-eyes-justice-changes-as-national-and-act-target-immigration-and-welfare/CXNLK6SBXRHMVGI5NVHX75AASY/

    Now cynical me asks will that include Labour members behaviour at camps and in Parliamnt?

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  9. Labour and Greens promise to push a whole bunch more small businesses toward having to close down.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/09/16/labour-pledge-to-raise-wages-greens-promise-more-leave/
    Labour and the the Greens have made announcements on their policies for workers’ rights today, with Labour promising higher wages and the Greens vowing to to extend annual leave.

    Chris Hipkins for Labour and Marama Davidson for the Green Party both spoke this afternoon at the E Tū Election Launch in Auckland.

    “Labour will also ensure the minimum wage is raised every year, closing the gap between the minimum and living wages.”

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    • clearly zero understanding of inflation drivers, why productivity dropping and businesses closing their doors.

      min wage, annual leave and public holidays should all be scrapped, let a free market decide what its all worth. of course you would need to have a nice high minimum wage for any non citizens to prevent cheap third world slave labour taking over.
      imo min wage has caused a hell of alot of damage to our economy and will continue to do so.

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      • I don’t really have a position on the minimum wage. What I do know is:

        1) We were the first to adopt it as a country in 1894.

        2) All of our trading partners including the USA, China & Australia have minimum wage legislation.

        3) It is the ever shrinking gap between minimum wages & pay for skilled workers that stuffs the system.

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        • 3. true that.

          when min wage goes up then effectively thats an inflation and everyones wage needs to go up by the same % to keep pace but squeezed employers in many cases dont.

          i dont know where the answer lies but once min wage passes a certain point it becomes very damaging to business and economy. remember also that bene bros handout is all linked to it in a way so the flow on effect to a simple $1hr =many billions with zero extra productivity added to offset the costs.

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          • Yes. The minimum wage has effectively become the base on which benefits & hourly rates are ratcheted up . We are entering another cycle of the inflation which was rampant from the late sixties until Roger Douglas intervened post 1984.

            The point that the socialists will never see is that inflated currency isn’t wealth. The truism that money is only a medium representing the current value of labour or assets is lost on the peasantry & banks alike.

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      • Agee and especially raising youth rates as they have.
        Anf they want to raise them higher.
        No wonder all our manufacturing is going or gone.

        Paying 16 years old the same money as a grown man or woman with a bunch of kids and qualifications and job experience.
        Plain fucking stupid.
        The Nats were implicit in this game.

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  10. Been doing a bit of grocery shopping mainly Pak n Save /N-World if I have to.
    Fuck me gently. $12 for a dozen eggs? 20 bucks + for Chicken tits! Terakihi fish fillets $52 a KG! Snapper $65 a KG!
    One freshly cooked crayfish medium size $138 !!!!
    How do people survive here? It’s obscene. (wines cheapish though👍)

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    • those rig you caught the other day are 30+bux a kilo if you were to buy fillets.

      did you not browse the meat or vege section hunty? the other week at supermarket and butchers i looked at a few prices out of curiousity and it made me feel a tad ill. vaseline must still be cheap cuz most kiwis arent moaning as much as they should be with the massive arse reaming we’re getting.

      you got your new insurance premiums on your houses too? fark theyve shot up big time!
      bout time insurance is priced on immediate risk to that property and not have to subsidize those who build/buy in riskier areas.

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      • This is what happens when you print money lads.

        All because dimwits think a devalued currency is capital gains. All for sticks n’ gib. Hundreds of billions printed with nothing to back it. In fact productivity fell during that period. Our economy is giant housing ponzi scheme.

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        • the whole central/reserve banking system is a ponzi on steroids, it props up not only the housing ponzi but pretty much every aspect of the economy both domestic and globally.

          theres no way outve it for pretty much most countries now, the only options are 1. continue on until it really shits out or suicide your country into the worst economic poverty stricken shithole in the world.

          have you any REALISTIC solutions birdy? simply saying a house should only be x times income is a feelz and a now very unrealistic one. maybe we should embrace daddy klaus great reset? own nothing and be happy//

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          • There are plenty of options fuckwit, try and elevate yourself out of the intellectual and moral gutter you dwell in.

            It is widely accepted an affordable house is 3 x gross annual income. It is not feelz. It is common sense. The only feelz here is your fear of your house losing value.

            We need to exterminate the human filth that think this situation is in any way okay or sustainable. You are living a lie and it will bring you misery.

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            • lol you can barely build a tiny home for 3x income you muppet.
              i said REALISTIC not some fantasy you and nasska jerk each other off to.

              using kea logic all we need to do is vote labour and get a $100hr minimum wage so we all have affordable housing///

              seriously tho tell us REALISTIC ways to get housing to 3x income?

              to be fair when stupid boy bought this property it was only 3.5x our after tax income at the time. ditched the higher income gig and lived like a poor peasant till a year or so ago.

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              • It was the case in the past and is around that in many countries today. You really are a low resolution thinker.

                1. Stop printing money to pump up house prices.
                2. Stop subsidising the housing market.
                3. Stop handouts – like WFF.
                4. Stop protecting housing from the free market.
                5. Stop the bullshit. Housing is like a religion or cult to meat puppets.
                6. Stop mass immigration to maintain the housing ponzi.
                7.

                There is no shortage of land or material in NZ. Houses should be cheap.

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                • yea you could do all that today but house prices aint gunna go to 3x income until we get $100hr min wage.

                  i also said REALISTIC you muppet, you show me a politician in nz that would do that let alone a politician that would be in the position of power to implement it.

                  houses should be cheap is just a feelz.
                  man hours to build a house x $120hr + land cost+ materials+ red tape and consents = a fuck load more then your 3 x income

                  youre a more aspirational retard then jacinda ardern.

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                  • Here’s one idea.

                    Ban lending to buy a house. You must pay the full price in cash. Bring in the death penalty for smart arses who try and find ways around it.

                    That would establish the true market price of a house. As opposed to the current system where prices are determined by the availability of fake play money.

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                    • im with ya on that one mate, why stop at houses do the same for any consumer goods and cars etc.

                      with the exception of my mortgage this is the way stupid boy operates, zero financing etc. if i cant pay for it we dont buy it, we paid off our last HP loan 3wks prior to first lockdown and vowed never to tick up anything ever again.

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                    • “Ban lending to buy a house. You must pay the full price in cash.”

                      Worked for me.
                      That’s what I did.
                      (In the 1960s my grandfather told me horror stories of the 1930s.)

                      Credit is a good servant but a poor master.

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                    • No it wouldn’t becuase it would be interfering in the lending market which has been what has been happening.

                      Shot yourself in the foot.

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  11. LUXFLAKES AND THE POSY PARKER ‘PROBLEM’

    This has appeared on luxflake’s FB page:

    ‘Dear Mr Luxon.

    ‘… Posy Parker (Remember her?) has now decided NOT to come to NZ as the LGBTQ activist brigade and their supporters have made it unsafe for her and, inter alia, ALL women.

    Your thoughts / Comment?

    Thank you’.

    I doubt that he will deign to anawer it.

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  12. Glad I’m not a Kennedy.

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr
    @RobertKennedyJr
    I’m very grateful that alert and fast-acting protectors from Gavin de Becker and Associates (GDBA) spotted and detained an armed man who attempted to approach me at my Hispanic Heritage speech at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles tonight. The man, wearing two shoulder holsters with loaded pistols and spare ammunition magazines was carrying a U.S. Marshal badge on a lanyard and beltclip federal ID. He identified himself as a member of my security detail. Armed GDBA team members moved quickly to isolate and detain the man until LAPD arrived to make the arrest. I’m also grateful to LAPD for its rapid response.

    I’m still entertaining a hope that President Biden will allow me Secret Service protection. I am the first presidential candidate in history to whom the White House has denied a request for protection.

    https://twitter.com/RobertKennedyJr/status/1702901035243823354

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  13. Sorry if posted, but boy, Trotter gets it.

    Delirious Hatred: The Dystopic Tendencies of Twenty-First Century Progressivism

    I THINK I’VE WORKED IT OUT – why writing about today’s version of “progressive” politics leaves me feeling so depressed. In the end, the reason I cannot bring myself to vote for either Labour or the Greens is very simple: it’s because they are joyless; because the logical end-point of the ideology they espouse is one of universal dissatisfaction and unending conflict.

    https://thedailyblog.co.nz/2023/09/15/delirious-hatred-the-dystopic-tendencies-of-twenty-first-century-progressivism/

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    • As I’ve said before, I have a lot of time for Trotter. He’s a lefty political tragic with a good heart, a great brain, and now without a political home. The left have abandoned his ilk in favour of woke ideology and division. They are joyless, humourless, consumed with entitlement and envy, and confused and traumatised by their own genitals.

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    • What Trotter describes is not new. It’s best likened to the pendulum of a working clock, always moving from extreme left to extreme right but never pausing in the centre. In less than a hundred years NZ society has moved from Conservatism hardened by religious dogma to Progressivism made intolerable by woke leftists.

      Small wonder we look back with nostalgia to our country as it was in the days of Holyoake & Muldoon.

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      • Keith was a nice fella who helped himself to many baubles off-site and Muldoon was an arsehole and bully.
        A total control freak when it came to his fellow MPs. The only one to seriously challenge him was Marilyn Waring and then Deryk Quigley. Quigley went on to found ACT with Douglas and Prebble and co.

        Under Holysmoke the country was ruled by import licenses ( had to have overseas money to buy a new car, Farmers were mollicoddled,, licenses for every import which made a lot of money for a few at a cost to everyone else),and the Public Service who dictated even to what shoes you could buy or what wheat went to making Flour.
        He would not allow all that wartime garbage to be got rid of. Muldoon got more totalitarian each year. Wouldn’t tolerate any other opinion.

        Fortunately, Bob Jones took the same dislike to the prick and caused the Nats to be tossed by a better Labour Govt who essentially saved NZ from bankruptcy and total control of everything until the Pope found Lange and fucked his mind up. That was really unfortunate because we would have been much better country had they been allowed to continue.
        Instead, the Nats have dragged us back down ever since and Labour went off the end of the spectrum aided by their various partners in crime along the way.

        It is worth noting that Bob Jones and his NZ Party collected 16% of the vote under FPTP but never gained an MP. ( the only other time I have been political)
        Bolger than gerrymandered our system and its not been good since.

        Might have been nostalgia for some but when you look hard neither did us any favours. Oh and muldoon was friend of the gangs. what did that tell ya?

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        • I met Keith Holyoake a couple of times. My boss was well up in the electorate hierarchy & although I never joined National his nieces invited me to a few Young National functions. They could sure put on a cracker knees-up. Holyoake spoke like a toffee nosed jerk but he was a really down to earth guy.

          The only other Nat MPs I ever met to talk to face to face were Ben Couch & Wyatt Creech who were both good men.

          Muldoon was an enigma. He was a conservative & tried to use conservative tactics to deal with problems that had never been encountered by any administration before. A bully maybe but with the bunch of klutzes he was surrounded with he had to keep a tight rein on the no-hopers. It was Muldoon who gave us useless carless days & disastrous price controls. It was also Muldoon who set the ball rolling on “think big” projects which have served NZ well.

          On balance he was genuine & that alone deserves a shitload of forgiveness for his failings. . Possibly the last real Kiwi PM we will ever have who said it as he saw it without a word cue & a couple of hundred spin merchants feeding him bullshit.

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          • Interesting.
            Initially I hated Muldoon but ended up joining the National party and becoming quite involved.
            Was on Ag Policy committee and he actually came to a couple of our meetings.
            You could throw any question at him and he would give a thorough answer.
            He genuinely cared about the country and the average kiwi.
            Pissed off I lost a telegram from him in the recent flood.
            It was definitely scary being in a room with him.i could understand why others in caucus didn’t take him on.

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          • Muldoon was the Nats version of Clark and Cindy. He was a control freak for ever. Another little jumped up short man. He did have a prodigious memory for facts as he saw them.

            Had signed letters in his afw for every minister resigning before they fort the post.
            Two of his better minister were Duncan McIntyre and bill birch. The think big projects were Birch inspired.

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  14. She danced with Putin at her wedding. Now the former Austrian foreign minister has moved to Russia

    A former Austrian foreign minister who invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to her wedding and danced a waltz with him at the 2018 reception said she has moved to St. Petersburg to set up a think tank there.

    Karin Kneissl, 58, announced on messaging app Telegram that her ponies, which she has been keeping in Syria, were taken to Russia on a Russian military plane.

    Kneissl was nominated as a non-party member by the right-wing Freedom Party to serve as foreign minister, a position which she held from 2017 to 2019.

    The Gorki centre, Kneissl told Tass, “deals, among other things, with issues of energy, migration and new alliances — issues in which I am well versed, which also affect the Arab and Islamic world, with which I am familiar.”

    Kneissl also said on Telegram that “since apparently nothing is going on in Austria and Germany beyond the economic crisis, my relocation is becoming a political issue.” She added, in a swipe likely at her critics, that “the hatred that seeps out of Austria amazes not only me.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/she-danced-with-putin-at-her-wedding-now-the-former-austrian-foreign-minister-has-moved-to-russia/LHKHSH56URC5PGUKCETSEV45GY/

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  15. A very lively discussion last night, YSBrs should always go over the previous nights comments as they are often the funniest and most informative of the day , yesterday’s comments were ended with Viking fire both barrels of buckshot as a closing argument, LOL.

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