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  1. Seriously folks,look at Arderns face ,how the fricking hell did anyone ever think she was a” beautiful young world leader ” she’s an ugly cnut with an overbite like a crocodile.
    The media really did a great job of promoting that horrible human being into something many of us knew was a lie, how is she going to be made to pay for her destruction of this once fantastic country that’s become an angry ,divided ,bankrupted,racist 3rd world shithole ??

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  2. I see the Natives have demanded that the Early Settler become the world wide protector of the migratory habits of the Whale and have no doubt at their considerable cost, gone to the UN to demand this cultural right of a Whale to become the traditional “Ocean Ambassador”.

    A small truck driver from Huntly is right behind “this resolution which aims to garner support for a global agreement that protects the legal personhood of whales in international waters.”

    Bearing in mind, the Natives are so concerned about the wellbeing of the Whales in this country, why is it as soon as a Whale hits a beach, the Natives are down there with a chainsaw to whack it’s jaw off and then take a sharp chisel to said jaw bone, carve it and hang it around the aforementioned Natives neck.

    Seems a little hypocritical to me, but there again, I suppose we are dealing with a short truck driver from Huntly, the UN and Early Settlers.

    https://www.teaonews.co.nz/2023/09/18/maori-leaders-propose-protecting-whales-in-international-waters-at-united-nations-general-assembly/

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    • …he Natives are down there with a chainsaw to whack it’s jaw off …

      is that an ancient Maori chainsaw, fished up by Maui and run on Taranaki black gold. ….Extracting and refining it since they indigenously arrived here in 1220 AD ?

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    • ….this cultural right of a Whale to become the traditional “Ocean Ambassador”….

      Ok then.
      Protect the whale.
      But their slaves and others killed in war …they can eat these humans any time.
      Mmmmm.

      Oh Well an early coloniser has to do what they gotta do when they arrive/get stranded on a place with bugger all protein, little means to catch it, no farming skill, and no way to get back,

      Maori- World class in making the best out of a shitty situation.
      From stranded and starving to noble savage and protector of all.

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      • qiuite a few years back I read a book written a long time ago about some guys who traversed from Auckland to New Plymouth via the beaches.
        One of the stories was about how the starving natives were eating the rotting flesh from a beached whale.

        One of the tales from the past.

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        • A Sunday school teacher went on vacation to an exotic island. When she returned she was telling her friends about all the exciting things she had seen and heard.

          She told the gathered women, “Did you know there are men who kiss other men?”. “Oh my!”, exclaimed her friends, “What do they call them?”. She answered, “Well they call them gays!”.

          She then added, “Did you know there are women that kiss other women?”. “Oh my!”, gushed the ladies, “What do they call them?”. “Why they are called lesbians!”, she said.

          “And did you know that that there are men that will kiss you in your private parts?”, she told the astonished crowd. “My, oh my!”, they said, “And what do they call them?”.

          She smiled with a sultry grin and said, “I don’t know what they called them, but I called him Darling!”.

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  3. Here we go.
    Sneakily ,quietly, while there are many distractions the snake WP says because of the economic situation following the opening of the books the party can no longer pursue the policy of removing gst from fruit and vegetables and meat.
    Peters knows it was bad policy and cunningly extracts himself without scrutiny.

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  4. A Sunday school teacher went on vacation to an exotic island. When she returned she was telling her friends about all the exciting things she had seen and heard.

    She told the gathered women, “Did you know there are men who kiss other men?”. “Oh my!”, exclaimed her friends, “What do they call them?”. She answered, “Well they call them gays!”.

    She then added, “Did you know there are women that kiss other women?”. “Oh my!”, gushed the ladies, “What do they call them?”. “Why they are called lesbians!”, she said.

    “And did you know that that there are men that will kiss you in your private parts?”, she told the astonished crowd. “My, oh my!”, they said, “And what do they call them?”.

    She smiled with a sultry grin and said, “I don’t know what they called them, but I called him Darling!”.

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  5. At one point when Pablo Picasso was a young struggling artist, he was several months behind in the rent.
    The landlord came by and told him that if he didn’t come up with the money he would be evicted on Tuesday.

    Picasso exclaimed, “Before you kick me out, just think, years from now people will look at this building and say the great Picasso lived there.”

    The landlord looked at him blankly and said, “And if you don’t come up with the money they can start doing it Tuesday.”

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  6. Thomas Cranmer
    @CranmerWrites

    Yesterday it was reported that a hikoi from Northland to Parliament was underway opposing National’s and Act’s gang policies. The trip is led by Matilda Kahotea. It omits to mention that Kahotea is the mother of three senior Headhunter gang members and also runs a bail and rehab house which was raided by police last October when cash, drugs and firearms were seized from the premises.

    https://twitter.com/CranmerWrites/status/1703868810821083294

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  7. ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️

    For first home buyers, August didn’t bring any affordability relief even though first quartile house prices fell on a national basis.
    Prices for a house (actually a dwelling, so it may not be a stand-alone house) came in at $575,000 in August, down from $590,000 in July.

    ☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/124348/first-home-buyers-received-little-relief-last-month-further-mortgage-rate-rises

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    • The impecunious critter that does not own property links to wee articles about property for the rest of us that do own it.
      And none of us owners are panicking.
      Are we supposed to?
      Property is not day trading. We know that.
      Some dont.
      Usually those on the outside looking in.

      Oh well at least it is spring and he/she/they will need to spend less time at the library and YMCA to keep warm ; but return in February for the air Con.

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      • Colitis is clearly triggered. Note how it takes facts about a market as something personal. It personalises data and becomes confrontational.

        This indicates it’s actually very insecure about its financial position. Why else would it react this way?

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  8. Hey Bro, why are you not putting us at the head of the queue?
    So good we have this colonialist taxpayer funding to go private … ehhh …

    …. A Bay of Plenty iwi organisation has bought private health insurance for its 110 workers for the first time because they are getting hit so hard by hospital waiting lists. ….
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/498279/iwi-health-provider-pays-for-staff-health-insurance-says-public-system-too-slow

    Those others, well fluff the pillows and give those fancy euthanasian pills.

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  9. More lay offs inbound.

    A2 Milk has cancelled the exclusive manufacturing supply arrangement it had with infant formula maker Synlait Milk.

    The reason A2 has given is that Synlait has fallen below delivery standards.

    Adjunct Professor at Lincoln University, Jacqueline Rowarth, told Mike Hosking that Synlait is coming off worse in this situation as they now need to find someone who will buy their product.

    She said that due to the falling market and increase in stress, people may think the premium A2 had isn’t worth it.

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/mike-hosking-breakfast/audio/jacqueline-rowarth-adjunct-professor-at-lincoln-university-on-a2-milk-cancelling-their-contract-with-synlait/

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    • Braybots@1133

      My (possibly incorrect) understanding is that Synlait is Chinese owned, and as a result,wonder if, in view of the Fonterra baby formula ‘doctoring’, episode, this ownership might have some bearing on the situation?

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  10. My wife belongs to the local VFF group and at their fortnightly meeting last night a fellow member who is an experienced lawyer spoke to them about the cases that went to Court over the mandates. She had reviewed the judgements. Interesting stuff, I wish I had gone along.

    I never understood why the Military and Police won their case but a few weeks later the teachers lost even though it was the same judge. It turns out the lawyer for the first case argued the procedures — the mandates were issued under “Orders” , which issued via Cabinet approvals vs Acts which have to go through Parliament. That is how he won.

    The lawyer for the teachers ( and maybe the doctors) argued from the Bill of Rights and the Covid Legislation but she argued from the wrong part of it –ie. they may have won if they argued from another part of the act. That is the simplified version , there was bit more to it. But why they did they not just copy the successful argument from the first case seems strange, especially given the lawyer charged the teachers $200k.

    I suggested to my wife she asks the lawyer friend, who did the review, if she could make an “executive summary” so they could spread her finding to a wider audience.

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  11. There is an old saying that goes something like –” couldn’t even organise a chook raffle” . The Government has proved it right.
    Wiseowl will know all about it. They hold a special Lotto draw to raise money for the Cyclone relief expenses but the money is still in the bank !!

    “Over $13 million in cyclone recovery funding remains unused

    Over $13 million earmarked for cyclone recovery in New Zealand remains unused in a bank account, with no applications being accepted until early next year. The Cyclone Gabrielle Appeal Fund (CGAF) received donations, including $11.7 million from a special Lotto draw. “

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    • I recall that apparently there was a 1983 telethon for whatever cause.
      I was out of the country then
      But in 1985 there was another one AFAIR. Never watched them.
      I had no teevee until Sky came along circa 1990. Prior to that it was all government shit.

      For the telethon …
      2 years later more than 80% of the 1983 monies was not distributed to ‘good causes’ One has to ask if trustees met monthly, made no decisions, but received stipends??

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    • Hard to keep up with all the funding etc but was told that the Omahu Marae received $6.1 million from the government.
      Our local committee had an accountant keeping tabs on things and told me Red Cross said they have the area $100,000 but the accountant says she doesn’t know where it is.

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  12. Well I’m alive ❣️

    Nasty pain in the centre of my chest last night. Went on for a few minutes. Thought I was a goner.

    So I did a heart test at lunch time — by doing a hard out intense hill run. All systems go. Respiration good.

    Take that vax 😛

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  13. Willow Jean Prime on being heckled by ‘racists’

    ……”She says many people now seem to feel they can say the most racist things without fear of being held accountable.”

    Sauce for the goose…..

    What about the racial slurs from the left for the last six years.

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    • Prime could get a job as a story teller after 14 Oct.
      This from Wikipedia
      ————–
      Prime is of Te Kapotai, Ngāti Hine and Ngāpuhi descent[3][4] and grew up in Northland.[5]
      Her father Barry (d. 2018)[2] was a train driver; she learnt to drive a train before a car
      and wanted to follow her father’s career but was advised at school that women could not drive trains.

      Prime played basketball at school and was offered a scholarship to play in the United States.[6]
      Prime has a Master of Laws from Waikato University, focusing on recent developments in Treaty settlements, Māori governance and indigenous development.[7]
      She also has a conjoint Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws and a post-graduate Diploma of Māori and Pacific Development with distinction.
      ————-
      Sounds like a lot of storytelling.

      To go with Two mums’ PhD; M.D.; Masters in Environmental skience; Bachelor of Social Work; and Diploma in sleaziness

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  14. Bwaaaaahahahaha 🤣😂😅

    BNZ chief economist estimates the average annual expense associated with buying the median NZ home currently exceeds the cost of renting by just over $38,000 a year

    https://www.interest.co.nz/personal-finance/124362/bnz-chief-economist-estimates-average-annual-expense-associated-buying

    ⚠️ Note to scumbag spruikers and cowards: If you have a problem with this write an angry letter to the BNZ. Or just die 😂

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    • The full video here
      https://theplatform.kiwi/podcasts/episode/david-seymour-defends-snubbing-parliament-protestors
      17 minutes : 19th September 2023

      At 6 mins where Seymour claims he was talking to a well traveled friend, from outside of NZ who told him that New Zealanders are much angrier than other places in the world.
      Strange he quotes this person. An influencer? Connection? Agenda?
      At the same time would not go & talk, & listen to many of the Wellington protestors.

      So is Seymour feeling the pressure of some dropping polls, & is casting around?
      To start with that vid, ACT’s new policy over this weekend, is to change the terms of reference to be expanded on for the Royal Commission of Inquiry.
      Even to ask people what questions they wish to see in the terms of reference.
      Can We grasp oily Seymour be held to do this?

      This is why I will not affirm ACT, as this is the time, where they are making policy, and some cooler breezes now, will make them see what may have to be changed so as to clinch some of the undecided.

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    • What a lying shit. 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬

      first he said business was being disrupted by the protesters, then it was feeling threatened by protesters and then it was a tiny minority making threats.

      Wriggle wriggle on the hook worm Seeless. 🤡

      Sean finally seems to have had a change of heart to mandated non-vaxxed now being allowed to make their own choice for their own bodies. Took you long enough Sean.

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      • I think the doco “Rivers of Freedom” helped change Sean’s view a lot.

        Seymour BS about the small businesses —the guy from the Back Benches pub ( his entrance was “blocked off”) was not complaining, he was in full support. There are actually very few small businesses in the area.

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    • Fecking Seyless.
      The ultimate conspiracy theorist.

      There were credible threats….
      ….ah, well there was chatter in on-line in forums
      …well it could have happened
      … we were scared
      …most people were well behaved
      ..but we were scared
      Say what.

      wanker

      Seyless and luxon deserve each other.

      The NZ SIS, if they were involved , are just ex-armed forces trouble makers of limited intellect.
      Safer than being a mercenary.

      Seyless
      “Wgtn..we got to let small business owners operate”
      Huh ???
      you cunts formed a scrum and locked down businesses in the Whole Country and told us to take an unknown, untested, unproven possible poison, or else, … so an american pharma company could make billions
      ….that is what happened.

      You locked down Auckland and segregated it from the rest of the country and in turn locked out Northland.
      Divide and rule.
      Why Auckland. Pure nastiness.

      Seyless splatters :-
      “Well documented plans to kidnap politicians and hold mock trials …”

      liar liar
      You locked US up and held THE people to ransom.
      You take No phizzer juice to make phizzer richer, and you cannot partake in society, attend work, perform sport etc .
      You politicians should be on trial.

      Seyless has become a fantasist.

      Not surprised.
      9 years now in parliament,.
      You lose contact with the people.

      Even Muldoon as a populist in 1975 had lost touch by 1984.

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      • …….”you cunts formed a scrum and locked down businesses in the Whole Country and told us to take an unknown, untested, unproven possible poison, or else, … so an american pharma company could make billions”…….

        Best summation of the scam……..ever!

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      • “Seyless splatters :-
        “Well documented plans to kidnap politicians and hold mock trials …”

        What about threats from the govt to “hunt down the unvaccinated”. Locked us in our homes and mandated our behaviour, separated us from family (my old dad died earlier due to lack of human contact) Talk about frightening our elderly to death. POLITICIANS ARE MEANT TO WORK FOR THE PEOPLE, not scare the shit out of honest NZers. Get f’d 🤬 Seeless. You’ve lost our family Act party and candidate votes. You’re as slippery as your mate Winston Peters. FO you shit!

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        • Just in case any of ACT’s campaign team are monitoring this forum, Seymour’s attitude to the unvaxxed has cost him many votes. He has squandered the support of most of those who comment on this forum along with those of myself, my family & not a few fellow associates of the river of filth.

          If you wish you could whisper into his shell like ear that we’re not necessarily anti vaxxers but totally against mandating any medical treatment as a prerequisite to staying employed & participating within society.

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          • The stupid thing is, nassaka, he could said to Sean — ” Look on reflection we made mistake and yes we should have done a walk about and talked to the people” That would have settled it for him and perhaps regained some or all of the lost votes.
            The fact that he could not say something like that and he sticks dogmatically to the BS excuses, confirms to me he was bought and paid for on the issue (just like all the other major parties.)

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        • waikatogirl@1702

          This little statement was placed on the ACT website on 18 October 2021 (And is, surprisingly, still on there)., and would seem to put the lie to seelesses current protestations. Perhaps someone should remind him of what he said…?

          ‘Get the vax, get back some tax’

          ‘ACT is today launching a new tax incentive policy that would see fully vaccinated New Zealanders receive a $250 tax credit,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.

          “I hear every day from people who say ‘I’ve done my bit, followed the rules, paid my tax, and got my vax. When do I get a break?’

          “Vax Bucks will reward New Zealanders for doing the right thing and following the rules. If you’ve had the vax and paid your tax, you deserve some relief.

          “The policy brings together three basic facts of life in New Zealand right now. One, we need all people vaxed. Two, people getting vaxed saves the taxpayer by staying out of hospital. Three, the Government just raised $13 billion more tax than the previous year.

          “This policy would reduce Government revenue by $1 billion and those eligible for the tax credit will need to be fully vaccinated by 1 December.

          “When you file your tax return next year, proof of vaccination by My COVID Record will qualify you for a $250 vaccination tax credit. However, you can also redeem it at any time, even on the day of your second vaccination, to receive an additional $250 cash payment. If you redeem it early, your vaccination record no longer qualifies you to get the credit when filing.

          “It would be a well-deserved boost for Kiwis who work hard and have done the right thing just before Christmas. The tax credit is a week’s worth of groceries, a couple of tanks of petrol or Christmas presents for the kids.

          “New Zealanders pay far too much tax. Finance Minister Grant Robertson, aka Grabby Grant, set a record in the past year for the highest tax take ever, $97 billion – $13 billion more than the previous record.

          “The Government uses tax on tobacco and alcohol to cover healthcare for related diseases. Being fully vaccinated reduces pressure on our health system so people should be rewarded for reducing pressure on ICUs.

          “The Government needs to get more creative with its thinking. It’s happy to spend the COVID fund on cameras on fishing boats and a business case for the replacement of Te Papa’s Spirit Collection Area. It’s happy to tax, tax, tax – but never considers giving you back your money.

          “ACT will be here to make constructive criticisms where necessary and helpful suggestions where possible, while asking the questions New Zealanders need answered.”

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          • Thank you ‘Dr Seymour’!!! Another authoritarian politician without a brain. Will he repeat Labour’s atrocious mandates?

            The stupid wank has no idea about individual medical histories and why many CANNOT be vaccinated. 💩💩💩💩🤬🤬🤬🤬

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          • ..ACT is today launching a new tax incentive policy

            That was all it was
            misleading .
            It was ACT POLICY.
            They were not in goo-mint. Meant nothing.
            Just crap.
            might as well have offered 100,000 houses and a billion trees.
            It is the same juvenile nonsense.

            The real clanger is
            …Vax Bucks will reward New Zealanders for doing the right thing and following the rules..

            Well NO NO NO.

            i did not get the vaXXX. I could not go to my pool . Longest out of the swim pool since i was about 7 or 8 y.o.
            That was OK over summer . I could cycle and still play golf. Go to the beach.
            But the people who got the vaxxx could still not
            -leave auckland
            -let alone leave NZ to visit relatives in Australia or wherever.
            -escape the incessant propaganda

            They could go to a cafe and so on but were being acclimatised for 15 minute cities by having a policed border to stop them leaving auckland .
            It was goo-mint trial.
            It was a psyop

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    • seymour was kinda right…. a very small minority of ppl wrecked it forveveryone else.
      seymour was talking about those on the lawn yet neglected the minority of 120ppl inside parliament that wrecked an entire country.

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      • Parliament is a fortress with a large group of police protecting the building and the whining workers within. I hardly think the politicians were in any danger from the group dancing on the grounds. The paranoia of the lying politicians was an over-reaction to a perceived threat due to them knowing they were overstepping our rights and FORCING compliance. That’s why the politicians didn’t come out of the building. They had no valid answer and they didn’t appreciate being held accountable by their victims.

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  15. Three women charged after Napier kidnapping and assault

    Other offenders are being sought in relation to the incident.

    There were videos circulating on social media in relation to the incident, police said. These videos have been classified as objectionable material.

    “Anyone found in possession or involved in distributing of these videos will be investigated and potentially prosecuted,” a police spokesperson said.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/300973349/three-women-charged-after-napier-kidnapping-and-assault?cid=app-android

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  16. Apparently Hipkins said on Hoskings’ show this morning that the rain in Auckland and the HB cyclone were weather events and he cannot control the weather. Luxon has said he is certain the HB cyclone was climate change related.

    The timing of Hipkins’ comment is interesting.

    Will the moderator for tonight’s debate ask a question around this ?? It would certainly be a big winning point for Hipkins.

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  17. I was up at Waikato hospital for an appointment this morning. Area was reasonably quiet but staff and patients were all wearing masks except for me. So brave!! 🙂 //////

    Are they aware Chippy lifted all the mandates a week or two ago? 😷😷😷

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  18. Fresh Terakihi tonight trendsetters. Caught a couple of slender beauties.
    Freshly homemade Hollandaise sauce, salad, and crispy beer fries. Washed down with a cheeky Pinot Gris.
    Sitting on the back deck overlooking Cloudy Bay. Doesn’t get much better. 😏
    Birds’ menu: 2 rare mudflaps.

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  19. A fairer Government debt policy framework?

    The second Inland Revenue initiative and probably something that’s going to have more immediate impact ties into the rather strange case we talked about last week involving the Nelson woman who got herself into a whole heap of trouble with Inland Revenue and decided the best way out of avoiding a $365,000 tax debt was to sell her property worth $845,000 to a UK company. The Official Assignee took a dim view of the idea and obtained a court order striking the sale down.

    Leaving aside the oddities involved the case is relevant for the important question of tax debt and other debt that’s owed to the Government. According to the New Zealand Herald story reported last week, as of 30th June 2023 Inland Revenue is owed nearly $5 billion.

    Now, both the Tax Working Group and the Welfare Expert Advisory Group took a look at the question of debt owed to the Government as part of their reviews, and they recommended there should be some form of all of government approach to debt. Firstly trying to prevent debt arising with the Government, but also how each relevant government agency responds and manages that issue.

    Consequently, a policy framework for debts the Government is owed has now been developed and has been signed off by the Cabinet. Inland Revenue this week released its report and background details on this framework.

    According to this report, at present 762,460 New Zealand residents collectively owe $4.68 billion of debt to these three agencies – Ministry of Social Development, Inland Revenue and the Ministry of Justice. More than a quarter of these persons owe debt to two or more agencies and 6% that’s over 45,000 people owe a debt to all three. Furthermore, around three quarters of this debt, so that’s well over $3 billion, is owed by low-income individuals, many of whom rely on government benefits as well. 13% or just over 99,000 people owe more than $10,000 to the Government.

    More than 85% of those who do owe a debt have owed it for more than a year and about 45% cent, an incredible number, have owed debt for at least four years. Finally, Māori and Pacific people are overrepresented in almost all categories of debt a sadly quite typical issue.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/124350/new-zealand-tax-podcast-should-nz-super-funds-earnings-be-tax-exempt-new

    and that doesn’t cover student debt.

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  20. So the 24yr old killed in Albany yesterday was a 501. Looks like it may have been gang related.

    “The grieving family of a deportee fatally stabbed at an Auckland bus exchange are angry he had been kicked out of Australia and was living in a country he barely knew.
    “He should never have been in New Zealand,” the victim’s father told Stuff on Tuesday afternoon. “He would have been better here with us.”
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/132970096/family-of-bus-exchange-stabbing-victim-angry-he-was-deported-to-new-zealand
    Anyone want to start a book on the sentence the sixteen stabber will get. My bet is that since he’s a good boy really 12 months home detention, though given his victim maybe a medal would be more appropriate.

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    • The whole trial will not be reported as it is in the youth court & name suppression will be continued.
      Nor will the sentence be announced or published.

      Like a rural home invasion case, where bloody injuries was done to the home owner.
      The home owner in doing what he had to do to survive, & then acquitted;– was convicted on another charge, so that he was given a longer home detention than the “teen age” offender, out on bail, & 4th time burglar of that house.

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  21. New Zealand announces road-user tax for electric vehicles
    Increasing numbers of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles on New Zealand roads means there’s less money for infrastructure projects from the country’s petrol tax – but that’s all about to change.

    From 31 March 2024, any electric car and plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) weighing less than 3500kg will be required to pay the new tax, in an effort to recoup revenue lost from the petrol excise, the New Zealand Government said.

    It is expected electrified cars will fall under the same road-user charge applied to diesel vehicles in the country, taxed at a rate of $NZ0.076 per kilometre ($AU0.073/km).

    https://www.drive.com.au/news/new-zealand-announces-ev-road-user-tax/

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  22. Wish him all the best.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/sport/2023/09/woodchopping-legend-jason-wynyard-given-weeks-to-live-turns-to-alternative-treatments-in-cancer-battle.html
    Legendary Kiwi woodchopper Jason Wynyard has been given just weeks to live in his battle against a rare and aggressive form of cancer.

    Wynyard, 49, is a nine-time world champion and has called upon those fighting instincts for the toughest battle of his life, but doctors have told him it is one he will not win.

    Wynyard has tried to adopt the same attitude to his health as he did to his chopping career.

    “No matter what it is, you have to set the goal and work back from there. Keep your head in the game and keep fighting.”

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    • HIV was discovered because of an uptick in rare cancers…. That was because the immune system had been stuffed by the virus. Me thinks the same is happening now. the mRNA has affected the immune system in a similar way, and rare cancers are now starting to pop up all over the place. Of course, it’s got nothing to do with injecting mRNA that messes with our immunes systems that we were not forced to take….///////////////////////

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    • I do not claim to know half as much as my local GP, but damm it, between us all we could easily set up a Medical Advisory Clinic.

      …. “IgG4 levels could have a protecting role by preventing immune over-activation…However, emerging evidence suggests that…with the mRNA vaccines…it constitutes an immune tolerance mechanism to the spike protein that could promote unopposed SARS-CoV2 infection and replication by suppressing natural antiviral responses.
      Increased IgG4 synthesis due to repeated mRNA vaccination with high antigen concentrations may also cause autoimmune diseases, and promote cancer growth and autoimmune myocarditis in susceptible individuals,” the paper read. ….

      https://www.westernstandard.news/news/edmonton-radiologist-says-too-many-mrna-vaccines-can-compromise-immunity/article_9f765cd8-03c6-11ee-ae5e-3747cf15097d.html

      I would never have thought I know so much about the immune system, well enough to know I am ignorant, but knowing about Tcells & IgG4 & the differences, that can be the different conflicts on how they do the job.

      Then the other day my new young Doctor from overseas, pushing the flue vaxx, & I thought, here we go.
      But he said nothing about the Covid. vaxxx
      Funny thing now I figure I could give him a test about the flue vaxx to see if he knew the differences, based on MedSafeNZ.
      As I did mention my bad reaction 2 years ago, & nor did he dismiss it, & indeed acknowledge that I had had a problem
      An improvement on the Doctor 2 years ago, but he did not make the whole linkage that Squalene is in the mix for over 65 year old. vaccination
      I did turn down the flue vaxx. 🙂

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    • Never in a million years, will I give my vote to labour.
      He was at the bitches right hand when she destroyed NZ!
      Luxon has been ensipard. Uninspiring woke!
      I have to vote to get rid of liarbour no matter what.
      Can’t afford to not vote. The country can’t afford another term by liarbour.
      Si I will probably vote act to wind nats up!
      Nats lost me.
      The other little partys, why bother!
      I would rather not vote at all, troughers the lot of them.

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      • Sooty, yes I’m heading the same direction myself, Luxon is a WEF coward who will change nothing,Seeless probably is as well but at least he has the guts ( now and then) to stand up to the haters and wreckers who are dividing and destroying our country.

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  23. We Can No Longer Hide the Truth About the Russia-Ukraine War | Opinion

    Washington should instead employ a necessary course correction and form a new policy, based on the harsh, ground-truth combat realities in Ukraine. Revising the objectives would give Washington and Kyiv a chance to preserve Ukrainian lives and American interests.

    Washington’s current policies do neither.

    https://www.newsweek.com/we-can-no-longer-hide-truth-about-russia-ukraine-war-opinion-1826532

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  24. Wow! Since yesterday’s announcement thousands of people have already downloaded the new RCR Mobile App!

    So many in fact that even shot up to the #1 ranking in the Entertainment category for New Zealand in less that 24 hours. Not too shabby aye!

    Have you tried it out yet? https://realitycheck.radio/app/

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