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  1. The canceling and attempted destruction of GB News is underway as I write this comment,
    Google, Katie Hopkins, in the coming months and years getting rid of any independent news organizations will be our ex dear leader Cnutface Arderns lifes work ,she’s already said so multiple times.

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    • “And you could not travel without a Permit and the people did not see.”

      This is the Soviet Union, I knew in the late 1970’s 1980’s and coming to you, here, soon. Infact all of that poem is the Soviet Union under Stalin, Nikita Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernenko and Gorbachev and except for Gorby any one of the main party Leaders here, without exception, would happily ensure all those restrictions were introduced and happened in this country.

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    • We have been having trial runs

      In June 2021 a friend retired , sold her house in Akl and after settlement was to move to Hamilton, near family .
      Then all the 30 minute city shit happened. Auckland locked down Aug 2021.

      Cant leave until the goo-mint lets you in December; when people have had the stabby juice.
      She had to apply for a permit to move 120 km; a permit for the furniture truck , and for them to come back to Auckland .

      These have been trial runs.
      People who watch this vid may still not get it .
      The majority are sheeple.
      It is well know the English will whinge like hell; but never do anything about it

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    • 31 women, thats called being a predator you muppet. 1 maybe 2 is bad luck but 31 with the likelyhood of your mates drink spiking etc just makes them the pieces of shit theyve been exposed for.
      pro rape kea at it again, sad bro just sad.

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      • I just care about the women getting help for their substance abuse issues.

        I bet the “rapes” will stop then. How many sober young ladies can’t remember what happened on a night out then decide they must have got “raped”?

        Of course being a drug enthusiast yourself you would see women being sober and clear headed as a threat to your chances. So no wonder you react as you do.

        BTW – women are herd animals. I could get 31 women saying anything. These are the same women who think Ardern was caring and kind. Because they were told that is what you should say.

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        • hilarious, you couldnt get 31 women to talk to you let alone do as you say… but then youve obviously got a good supply of roofies so guess you may be able to pull it off.
          dont end up infront of a judge/jury again bro, you may not get off the rape charges next time.

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          • “I just care about the women getting help for their substance abuse issues.”
            You couldn’t give a flying fuck about them, or any female for that matter.
            You’re a bully and probably a stalker. Give us good blokes a bad name.
            Go outside and incinerate yourself. 💥

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            • Druggie boozers are often filled with shame and regret. These witch hunts are a chance for women to play the victim and displace that shame and guilt onto a man. Often whipped up by emotive media campaigns that decide the narrative along with a professional team of man haters.

              A few on here are clearly alarmed by my advice that women should not go out getting wasted if they want to avoid “rape”. Because most of their encounters are drug and alcohol fuelled. The flak is heaviest over the target.

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              • How many times – if someone is too out of it to know what’s going on, they can’t consent and possibly can’t resist, either.

                If a guy can only get sex with women who are in that kind of state, he isn’t much of a man – he’s just a predator and a scumbag.

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  2. I have to say I think Luxon won.
    Hipkins was a rude yappy little dog. Who yelled over the top.
    He has a high pitch voice that drowned out Luxon.
    Mind you, I still don’t know who to vote for, not cindy, she’s history.
    And her shadow is all over labor and pulling chippies strings.
    Labor has to to go, six years of fuckups, nothing worked.

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  3. Wellington businesses not happy at all with police response to anticipated demonstrations today. Once again they are losing business as roads are blocked off. This all stems from the inability of police to read the tea leaves and take decisive action during the parliamentary protests. It was obvious to many the protesters had a solid element of ferals who needed to be dealt to. Those ferals became quite obvious as the protest was closed down – they were the ones left throwing rocks at the end during the close down. They were also the ones who attempted to force their way onto a marae once the protest had disbanded.

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    • 99% of disruptions are caused by police response/reaction rather then protests themselves. same with the restore passenger rail goons, half their protests dont actually impede traffic yet the cops shut down the lanes and cause a spectacle

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      • Possibly Saggy, when the weak, limp wristed wankers at KiwiRail get further instructions from the Government, that they can resume Cook Strait services. Strange that Cook Strait sailings were cancelled in conditions that the ferry’s have sailed in before, just when Groundswell are about to hit Wellington and at the same time Mr Tamaki’s mob are also, about to arrive in Wellington.

        Coincidence, nah, surely not!

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      • 🚜 🚜 GroundSwell Itinerary Map plan here & the dates & times to meet up when you click on the location. :-)🚜
        https://www.groundswellnz.co.nz/

        Thursday 28 September :
        9:00am : At railway land reserve, Palmerston North
        11.30am : TAIHAPE via PALMERSTON NORTH AND BULLS (Palmerston north and bulls Contact: Bryan – 027470 5375 Taihape Contact: Dan – 021864423 or Bruce – 027444 6961)
        4:00pm arrive TURANGI
        🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜

        Friday 29 September 8am leave TURANGI 10am
        TAUPO 10.30am
        Wairakei – meet for coffee at Wairakei BP service station (Contact: Kevin 027 451 0640)
        1pm ROTORUA (Meet at Arawa Park Racecourse, Fenton Street Arriving via Hemo Rd to avoid road works)
        4pm TIRAU
        🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜 🚜

        More the merrrier wave flags

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    • Yet in 2019 when the anti-fa wankers were causing trouble around the railway station and deliberately vandalising property;
      the Filth left them alone and and told workers not to come into work.

      the Filth are a political outfit
      The filth are the Stasi.

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  4. Next month’s election could have a big impact on owners of nearly 600,000 rental properties and 1.3 million tenants if the Government changes.

    Already, National has come out swinging firmly in favour of landlords.

    Housing spokesman Chris Bishop said if elected, they would reverse Labour’s removal of no-cause terminations, and the provisions which see fixed-term tenancies roll into periodic tenancies in most cases. Both were introduced in 2020 under the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/election-2023-what-landlords-13m-tenants-must-read-balance-could-swing-against-renters/ZTMQRK4KLZBTTM4HCPI4YR6AH4/

    More rental houses or not.
    Take ya pick

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  5. From RCR’s morning email:

    ……”A sewer line collapse in the Auckland suburb of Parnell has resulted in a 13 metre deep sinkhole. Watercare attributed the collapse to a burst wastewater pipe. Crews are working to stabilise the area and prevent further blockages. The sewer serves central and West Auckland. Environmental impact assessments are underway. “…….

    Why don’t Auckland cut to the chase, save money, accept the inevitable & declare Waitemata Harbour to be their new sewage settling pond?

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  6. “Enabling Ōtepoti whānau to thrive and incorporating a Māori world view into Dunedin City Council operations are key concepts in an agreed strategic base.’

    Well, so says the Dunedin City Council, who do not define what “the Maori World View” is pertaining to Dunedin City Council. And just like the undefined “Principles of the Treaty of Waitangi” the undefined “Maori World View” will give the Bureaucrats a stick to beat the public with, whenever the opportunity arises.

    People unfortunately voted for fuckwits like this who pushed this policy.

    “Cr Sophie Barker said it provided a beautiful, strong base to work from.”

    “Cr Christine Garey said it reflected a deepening relationship between mana whenua, mātāwaka (Māori in Dunedin who are not mana whenua) and the council.”

    Fuckwittery seems rife in Local Councils.

    https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/dcc/council-adopts-m%C4%81ori-strategic-framework

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    • from
      Fuckwittery seems rife in Local Councils.

      Try
      Local Councils are the embodiment of Fuckwittery

      I am wondering how Craig Jepson the Mayor of Kaipara is going.
      He called out the maori chanting nonsense at council meetings last year.

      It reminded me when I did some work at Manukau Council about 15 years ago.
      Most meetings had to start with that carry on.
      There were several people ’employed’ to do this .
      the irony is that there were fuck all maori in that area BW – before whitey.
      And at that time Maori was the no 5 language in use after English, Hindi, Chinese (which one ? ) and in fact Samoan.
      Samoan was spoken by more people in the Manukau City, 2008 than Maori.

      Oh well I guess since then the old Manukau city region has added one more Te raro speaker….true blue (teal) Christopher Mark Luxon of the bald fucker hapu.

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  7. I finally got to see Sound of Freedom yesterday.
    After the build up I found it very ….meh.
    Very hollyweird. After the build up of Miro Sorvino being in it, you would have barely noticed. Prob less than 2 minutes screen time.
    I was disappointed esp after seeing the other freedom movie, River of Freedom , 10 days ago.

    Of course they pile in 20 minutes pf advertising to a captive audience.
    No Fast Forward button.
    there was a looong trailer for a new movie (new to me) with Julian Dennison from Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
    He is so unhealthy fat now .
    He has curtain guts, with his fat guts hanging way over his willie like a modesty panel on a desk.
    At this rate he will not be long for this world.
    The viewing did not provide any inspiration to see it, that is for sure. Set in the 1981 Springbok tour and protests.

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  8. https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/09/28/kiwi-tv-host-dan-wootton-suspended-from-gb-news/
    Kiwi journalist Dan Wootton has been suspended from right-wing news channel GB News over misogynistic comments made on his show.

    It follows a Tuesday night (Wednesday morning NZT) broadcast on the Dan Wootton Tonight programme where fellow GB News host Laurence Fox said of journalist Ava Evans, “We don’t need these sorts of feminist 4.0. They’re pathetic and embarrassing. Who’d want to shag that?”

    Fox, however, stood by his comments, writing on X, “I stand by every word of what I said.”
    First of all, don’t take a pop at @danwootton for something I said. That’s not fair.

    Secondly. I stand by every word of what I said. If a woman wants to go on television and belittle male suicide, she is totally within her rights to do so and not apologise, just as I am totally within my rights to say that I wouldn’t want to shag a hyper offended 4th wave feminist and not apologise, just as people are totally within their rights to be offended by my stating I would run a mile in the opposite direction from women like her, should our paths cross in a bar.

    It’s called free speech.

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      • They were already out to get Dan. He shouldn’t have apologised for his reaction. The screws on everyone are being tightened if those listening are now held accountable for comments of others…

        Stalin would approve of the growing number of snitching authoritarians.

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  9. A divorced guy was delighted when his daughter reached her 18th birthday because it would be his final child support payment. Month after month, year after year he had paid, and now at last he would be free of the financial burden.
    So he called his daughter over to his house and said: ‘I want you to take this last cheque to your mother’s house. You tell her this is the last cheque she’s ever going to get from me. Then I want you to come back here and tell me the expression she had on her face.’
    The girl took the cheque and returned a couple of hours later. ‘Well,’ said the father gleefully, ‘what did she have to say?’
    The girl replied: ‘She told me to tell you that you ain’t my dad.’

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  10. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/09/police-stand-guard-outside-auckland-bar-after-armed-offenders-demand-money.html
    Police have launched an investigation after a group of offenders armed with weapons entered an east Auckland bar, left an employee injured and fled with cash.

    At around 1:37am on Thursday, police were called to ‘Nite Fun 98’ gaming lounge on Pakuranga Rd, after a group of offenders wielding weapons stormed the bar.

    Police said the group threatened at least three employees, one of which was injured, then stole cash from the till.

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  11. It must be terrible for Rawiri Waititi, Golriz Ghahraman, Willie Jackson, Nanaia Mahuta, & Kelvin Davies to think about their huge multi million dollar mansions, their opulent cars & clothes, the expensive food on their table, the exotic holiday destinations they jet off to, 1st class of course. Not to mention their bank balances that are bigger than the GDP of a lot of African countries…..

    …… and realise that their lives could have been so much better if it wasn’t for all the white privilege holding them back.

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  12. I hear on NewstalkZB a few minutes ago that “88 Public Order Officers” are going to be at Parliament this morning to protect an empty building from a suspected protest in the vicinity, by a religious faction.

    “88 Public Order Officers”, oooohhh, how scary.

    And the jackboots clicked.

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      • I do not know Curious –that is why I said, make what you like of this. I have not seen mention of it before, but that does not mean anything. I put it up to see if anyone else had heard of it.

        It would not surprise me., if it proved to be right. In Wellington’s City Council elections, the time before last, it was let slip that the lefties were surprised they had not re-elected the then current mayor, a Labour Party guy, because there was a rush of several hundred votes bought in at the last moment. Andy Foster (the centre right candidate) won in the end, but by a very small margin after a re-count.

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  13. 🥺 More first home buyers are taking out higher risk, low deposit mortgages, although that doesn’t appear to be affecting the average price they are paying for a home of their own, or the average amount they are borrowing, which are both relatively flat.🥺

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/124505/average-prices-being-paid-first-home-buyers-have-declined-slightly-over-winter

    Poor desperate bastards just want a place to raise their kids and fuck.

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  14. 🥺 More first home buyers are taking out higher risk, low deposit mortgages, although that doesn’t appear to be affecting the average price they are paying for a home of their own, or the average amount they are borrowing, which are both relatively flat.🥺

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/124505/average-prices-being-paid-first-home-buyers-have-declined-slightly-over-winter

    Poor desperate bastards just want a place to raise their kids and fuck.

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  15. After five days of glorious weather and hundreds of km a day, we are at Cape Erimo at the southeast part of Hokkaido. The forecast is for heavy rain all day, so we will have a rest day and chill out in our cheap (and old) inn.
    There are no shops here. The inn’s meal prices are a bit high, so I will make a run into Erimo town (some 10 km around the cape, on the west side) to buy beer and snacks later.
    The views of the sea are great. The short, rocky beaches have piles of kelp, driftwood, and plastic debris on them. The local community needs to clean up their beaches better.
    The WiFi is excellent.

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  16. Plonkett taken on by a guy Justin this morning.
    Plonkett seems to think WEF doesn’t exist and the UN has no influence over our direction.
    Waikanae watch had posted a clip of Schoolboy PM at summer Davos with Squaab.
    Plonkett would probably refuse to watch it.

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  17. I’ve just seen part of the street march through Wellington on FB . There would have to be at least 2000-3000 walking and chanting, peacefully along the road. Let’s see how the MSM report it and what estimate of the numbers they make.

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  18. An indication of the cutting edge government departments under Labour .
    Unbelievably PFFFTTFF just like that the met service are backpeddling on the certainty of a El Nino summer weather pattern ,these useless cnuts dId the same fucking thing last year and everyone remembers what happened there .
    It was going to be a dry hot windy summer with the probability of droughts ,, FFFUUUCK.

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  19. For boxing fans.

    Colonel Bob Sheriden has died. He called some legendary fights. Came to NZ multiple times, and used his commentary skills to make the mediocre ”Fight For Life.” boxing matches seem like world championship title fights.

    In a doco about his life, it showed spent bullet casings in Sheriden’s plant pots on the veranda. That was a warning to ferals…enter uninvited at your own peril. He owned multiple guns.

    Go easy, son. And thanks for the memories. 💚

    https://www.yardbarker.com/boxing/articles/colonel_bob_sheridan_legendary_boxing_announcer_passed_away/s1_13132_39312599

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  20. Help long-suffering Landlords. 2 Ticks ACT ✔️✔️
    “Today, I announced that ACT would restore interest deductibility immediately, taking effect in April 2024, rather than phasing it in over three years. ACT’s fully-costed alternative budget shows how we can achieve this.

    Landlords have gradually had to pay a higher percentage of their interest bill while interest rates have been increasing. Landlords have been hit with a double whammy of rising mortgage interest rates and increasing interest deductibility limitations during a cost-of-living crisis. The pressure on landlords and tenants is severe and they need relief now, not in the future.

    Someone with the average new investor mortgage debt of $492,342 faces $6,400 more tax this financial year than they would have three years ago. If they choose to pass this cost on to tenants, it’s another $123 per week in rent. If they don’t or can’t, then that’s an added pressure on mum and dad investors at a time when all their other living costs – including the mortgage on their own home – have gone up.

    It’s bad policy that increases costs for all New Zealanders during a cost-of-living crisis. ACT sees no justification to delaying its reintroduction. Restoring mortgage interest deductibility is a simple, fair, and direct way of doing something to halt the relentless increase in the cost of living.

    ACT has also announced today that it will:

    Abolish the bright-line test, a stealth capital gains tax introduced by National.
    Simplify the process for evicting unruly tenants. ACT would amend s55A of the Residential Tenancies Act so, rather than having to issue tenants with three written notices within 90 days, landlords would only have to issue two written notices within a year.
    Reverse Labour’s changes to notice periods for landlords and tenants. ACT will return tenants’ notice period to 21 days (currently 28) and landlords to 42 days if they want to sell or move in (currently 90 days if they want to sell or 63 days if they want to move in).
    Enable landlords to charge a pet bond to increase the number of rentals allowing pets.
    The Government has scapegoated mum and dad landlords, blaming them for the housing crisis. ACT will bring real change to the housing market by ensuring more houses can be built.”

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    • ……”Someone with the average new investor mortgage debt of $492,342 faces $6,400 more tax this financial year than they would have three years ago”……

      Cry me a river. They add it on to the rent.

      …..” having to issue tenants with three written notices within 90 days, landlords would only have to issue two written notices within a year”……

      Fair enough.

      ……”a pet bond to increase the number of rentals allowing pets.”…..

      Good idea.

      …….”real change to the housing market by ensuring more houses can be built”…..

      Absolute crap. Landlords buy existing stocks of entry level housing as that is where they can wring the maximum rent out of the tenant for minimum expense. They build fuck all, if anything.

      But overall a reasonable policy with the proviso that accommodation supplements, better known as welfare for landlords, get canned.

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        • I don’t think landlords are a charity or even have a social obligation. It is a business.

          But they receive billions in handouts, tax breaks and the whole money supply is manipulated to make their “investments” increase in value. The government literally prints money to fuck over the entire economy to make fake capital gains that are actually just devaluation of the NZD.

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          • It’s worse than that. By subsidising the parasites we make being a landlord an attractive racket to be in so more & more money is pulled out of the productive sector & used to buy rentals. The extra demand pushes up the price of entry level homes thus denying ownership to families.

            We, aka the state, then pick up the tab to look after kids who have never had the luxury of settled accommodation. The social implications & the lack of pride that home ownership brings are evident everywhere.

            There is no upside.

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            • Yep you hit all the key points. This is a huge social and economic issue that is tearing us apart. Ultimately pretty much everyone loses. Play silly games you win silly prizes.

              Note Mikey has had a guts full and left. He knows where this is all going.

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    • Yeah
      sure they will

      At best ACT will have about one third vote count of what Notional gets.
      Say 11-12 % to 37-39%
      So they will have 1 in 4 claims on policy; at best .

      Therefore three quarters of the Association of Consumers and Taxpayers policy announcements (that is all they are ) are void

      Now add in that Winston First might be at the negotiating table and that slips further.
      Maybe one in six, or less.
      Remember Winston holds grudges.
      He hates Seymour. A reciprocal arrangement

      Recall that in 2017 Winston negotiated that the Greens were not ‘in government’ like Winston First; but merely a support party.
      luxon just does not have the negotiating skills to handle wily Winnie.
      There is competition for ‘reward’ from NZ Fist and possibly the greens .
      The top 3 in notional (lux/willy/bish) are Teal – Blue Greens, much more than reformists… which is ACT’s territory .

      ACT could be merely a support party .
      Even The greens got concessions from johnny keys in 2008 like the home insulation (I took advantage)
      This may be all ACT gets

      ACT’s announcements are a vague chant of hope. Their power is not that high to negotiate.

      Recall that Notional did not give a flying flick for Charter schools; and as such – I stand to be corrected – there were about 12 in existence by Sept 2017. Hardly an impact at all.

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      • Well just ask Jessica, then Tova

        They will give an informed, coherent, unbiased answer.
        And back it in a notarised document

        …Then sell you a bridge….

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        Seems yesterday from a posted link the person from teevee one called Maiki or something is a gal, not a bloke.
        I just thought it was a te raro spelling of Mikey…. like our own Thai correspondent Mikey hunt !!
        We learn every day.

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  21. Has anyone seen photo of Ninny Mahoota leaving the whitehouse?
    Arms behind the back, head down, going faster and faster downhill and entering her limo at full noise and denting the door on opposite side, been unable to stop, while showing her granny knickers! Or did she walk backwards downhill!

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  22. Seems the taxpayers union “Robbos Removals” campaign has struck a raw nerve.

    “It’s always hard to know how much cut through our campaigns are having – but with Grant Robertson’s attack on our ‘Robbo’s Removals’ campaign, we are left in no doubt.
    Yesterday, Robertson attacked the campaign as ‘personal’, ‘nasty’, and even claimed that the National Party is behind it!
    I’m sorry, Mr Robertson, but holding you to account for sending 218,000 Kiwis overseas, a cost-of-living crisis (thanks to your inflationary spending), running the second largest fiscal deficit in the world (relative to the size of our economy), and a 60% explosion of the size of the public sector, isn’t personal. It’s actually called democracy.
    As much as the Government hate us talking about it, Robbo’s Removals highlights how many Kiwis are voting with their feet!
    And (I’m sorry to the Nats who get our emails) as if the National Party had the sense of humour to come up with something this creative. Compared to the nasty CTU campaign that Labour are involved in, which is trying to smear Christopher Luxon, ‘Robbo’s Removals’ is fun and tongue-in-cheek while also being factual.”

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  23. Whaaaaaaaaaaaa! 😩 So the public don’t like Labour policies being rammed down their throats.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/09/28/election-live-labour-minister-decries-racism-dog-whistling-on-campaign-trail/
    Labour’s Northland candidate Willow-Jean Prime said she has faced “racism” from audiences at some candidate events, whilst out on the campaign trail.

    Prime said: “In some of the candidate debates, I have received some of the worst comments and vitriol that I have experienced in seven campaigns – two in local government and five for central government.

    “Whenever I said a te reo Māori word, like puku for full tummies with lunches in schools, I was shouted at. When I said Aotearoa, the crowd responded: ‘It’s New Zealand!’

    “When I said rangatahi, [they said] ‘stop speaking that language’.

    “You know, that is racism coming from the audience. That’s not disagreeing with the gains that we’ve delivered as Government. I was shouted down when I was doing that, and then whenever I used te reo Māori words, I was shouted at in that kind of way. That was reported by the media and those that were in the room.

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  24. Sir Trashly Doomfield at the UNA NZ National Conference 2023 – Advancing the 2030 Agenda. conference in Wgton (moved online to escape protestors)

    “NZ must continue to be a global beacon for democratic values and human rights. We are well served by – in general – having Politicians who take their job seriously, and in a public service that is regarded as amongst the most effective and least corrupt globally”.

    https://t.me/hearourvoicesnz/2049
    Anyone got a spare sick bowl? I used all of mine during the reign of the mad queen.

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  25. The Police Commissioner, Ardern’s Bum Boy and Wellington District Commander, Chicken Lick’n, so over reacted with all the Wellington street closures and closing off Parliament to the Most Reverend, Apostle, His Holiness, The Most Reverend Brian’s protest. Now Brian himself has made these two Plods look like a bunch of Twats infected with a socially transmitted disease.

    Wolf, crying and Plod come to mind. Who will believe them in the future?

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    • Remember they are Nazi misogynists woman haters?. Remember that was the line of bullshit we we constantly fed?

      Now reflect on your words earlier today.

      The movement is led by women and a diverse range of brown people. Seen it for myself. Shows how shit people are who run around screaming about nazis and rapists, doesn’t it?

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  26. I keep reading this headline and feel I may need to take up igloo fabrication classes along with immersing myself in Thor Heyerdahl’s book, ‘Crossing the Pacific on an air mattress, with just a tennis racket and 2 packets of 2 minute noodles’….It’s not that I don’t trust the media…but…

    NZ’s hottest ever summer could be ahead – with fire, drought and sharks

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/weather-news/300975921/nzs-hottest-ever-summer-could-be-ahead–with-fire-drought-and-sharks

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    • The short, fat, bald, fake, low IQ broken excuse for a man that can’t even speak properly , fruity farrar. got all jizzy over that.
      I won’t even link to his ranty shit

      wet his nappies he did
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      Former President Donald Trump, his top executives, and heirs were declared completely liable of “persistent and repeated fraud”—and the real estate empire was unceremoniously stripped of its business licenses in New York—after a judge’s powerful ruling Tuesday ahead of a massive trial that seeks to hit them with more than $250 million in penalties for bank fraud.

      And in a stunning development, the judge has already ordered the complete dissolution of the fabled Trump Organization–the tycoon’s pride and joy, the empire that made him famous and elevated him into the White House. The Trump Organization and its sister companies will be sent into receivership to be under the control of a court-appointed officer.

      In his 35-page opinion, Justice Arthur F. Engoron tore apart what he called the Trump family’s “bogus arguments” and obstreperous conduct. And he summed up the entire defense as “a fantasy world, not the real world.”

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      This low IQ fuckwit farrar , that has been part of the takedown of the notional party, is a one trick monkey.
      Unsafe at any speed.

      that people pay money via patreon for this dumbass vitriol is amazing.
      It is not any better than the Standard.

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  27. Kevin Kiley
    @KevinKileyCA
    The Biden Administration is rewriting the history of COVID. Today, the head of OSHA claimed “we didn’t demand that anyone be fired” despite issuing a worker vaccine mandate for 84 million Americans that was struck down by the Supreme Court.

    Previously, HHS Secretary Becerra claimed “we didn’t force anyone to do anything” despite imposing a toddler mask mandate and Education Secretary Cardona baldly denied his past support for student vaccine mandates.

    https://twitter.com/KevinKileyCA/status/1707122580082069731

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    | 28th Sep 23, 4:00pm

    Interesting news from The Warehouse today that Sanitarium will no longer be supplying them with Weetbix, following persuasion from the supermarket duopoly who did not like The Warehouse selling Weetbix for $6 when they sell them for $8 to $9. Surely this is a slam dunk for the new Grocery Commissioner for anti-competitive behaviour? We have heard of these thr#at# to suppliers many times now from the duopoly.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/economy/124519/review-things-you-need-know-you-sign-thursday-business-mood-improves-eyes-young

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    | 28th Sep 23, 4:00pm

    Interesting news from The Warehouse today that Sanitarium will no longer be supplying them with Weetbix, following persuasion from the supermarket duopoly who did not like The Warehouse selling Weetbix for $6 when they sell them for $8 to $9. Surely this is a slam dunk for the new Grocery Commissioner for anti-competitive behaviour? We have heard of these thr#at# to suppliers many times now from the duopoly.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/economy/124519/review-things-you-need-know-you-sign-thursday-business-mood-improves-eyes-young

    I wonder if the duopoly feel its OK to take the piss now with National about to win the election. National did nothing at all in their 9 years to sort out the duopoly and couldn’t care less the last time The Warehouse were blocked from selling groceries. I wonder if the duopoly are contributors to the National party?

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  30. Question for you ACT supporters. Do you support windfall profits tax According to this survey quoted in Stuffed 74% of you do.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300979367/new-survey-shows-widespread-support-for-taxes-on-capital-gains-and-windfall-profits

    “Asked about a windfall profits tax, specifically for companies such as banks and supermarkets when they make “unusually large profits”, voters from every political party supported the idea. It was most popular among the Greens, with 89% support, and least popular amongst ACT voters, but still 74% of ACT voters supported it.”

    I call BS on this before anyone answers.

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    • Cindy only gets $55,000 pa.
      Bummer.

      But all these sinecures will add up

      The stupid fat bastard lange also did just over the five years -t’was easy to see what ardern would do – and got his benefit but whinged like the lazy fuck he was .

      Meantime never in good health Mike Moore did 7 weeks as PM and parlayed it into running WTO for a while and a cushy ambassador job.
      Lange was too lazy for even that.

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  31. Ivermectin.
    Ivermectin, ‘Wonder drug’ from Japan: the human use perspective

    Discovered in the late-1970s, the pioneering drug ivermectin, a dihydro derivative of avermectin—originating solely from a single microorganism isolated at the Kitasato Intitute, Tokyo, Japan from Japanese soil—

    When it first appeared in the late-1970s, ivermectin, a derivative of avermectin (Fig. ​(Fig.1 )1 ) was a truly revolutionary drug, unprecedented in many ways. It was the world’s first endectocide, forerunner of a completely new class of antiparasitic agents, potently active against a wide range of internal and external nematodes and arthropods. In the early-1970s, a novel international Public Sector–Private Sector partnership was initiated by one of us (Ōmura, then head of the Antibiotics Research Group at Tokyo’s Kitasato Institute), forming a collaboration with the US-based Merck, Sharp and Dohme (MSD) pharmaceutical company. Under the terms of the research agreement, researchers at the Kitasato Institute isolated organisms from soil samples and carried out preliminary in vitro evaluation of their bioactivity. Promising bioactive samples were then sent to the MSD laboratories for further in vivo testing where a potent and promising novel bioactivity was found, subsequently identified as being caused by a new compound, which was named ‘avermectin’.7) Despite decades of searching around the world, the Japanese microorganism remains the only source of avermectin ever found.1) Originating from a single Japanese soil sample and the outcome of the innovative, international collaborative research partnership to find new antiparasitics, the extremely safe and more effective avermectin derivative, ivermectin, was initially introduced as a commercial product for Animal Health in 1981. It is effective against a wide range of parasites, including gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, mites, lice and hornflies.7–12) Ivermectin is also highly effective against ticks, for example, the ixodid tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, one of the most important cattle parasites in the tropics and subtropics, which causes enormous economic damage. Indicative of the impact, in Brazil, where some 80% of the bovine herd is infested, losses total about $2 billion annually.13) Today, ivermectin is being used to treat billions of livestock and pets around the world, helping to boost production of food and leather products, as well as keep billions of companion animals, particularly dogs and horses, healthy. The ‘Blockbuster’ drug in the Animal Health sector, meaning that it achieved annual sales in excess of over US$1 billion, maintained that status for over 20 years. It is so useful and adaptable that it is also being used off-label, sometimes, illegally, for example to treat fish lice in the aquaculture industry, where it can have a negative impact on non-target organisms. It also has extensive uses in agriculture.2)

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3043740/

    Now you know why they targeted Ivermectin.
    Indicative of the impact, in Brazil, where some 80% of the bovine herd is infested, losses total about $2 billion annually.
    Kill the stock nd the meat runs out and then people will have to eat bugs.

    Its is surely an early natural product. If they can cancel one of the worlds few wonder drugs what will they do to other Natural Remedies?

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  32. Nice lamb roast in the air frier stuffed with handfuls of herbs. Tastes amazing. Thanks Mr Farmer.

    Something needs to be done to reduce the price of our meat and fix the obesity epidemic caused by carb based diets. But productive members of society don’t get the handouts enjoyed by baby farmers, unemployed and landlords. Instead we tax them for growing food and driving a ute.

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    • tell us oh wise one how me make meat cheaper?
      theres too many ticket clipping middle men, youd have to deregulate and have lesser food safety standards and even then the ticket clipping scum will find a way to gouge.

      your lamb is 120-140 a head at the farmers gate, a beefy 1600-2k for an average animal. at those prices the farmer is making a pittance with the high input costs.
      then youve got transport to works.
      killing costs.
      butchering.
      further transport and distribution

      the meat rules need loosened up like the raw milk sortve has but then again you go find some cheap raw milk, neiche markets exist purely because of higher returns for their products.

      subsidies are just a fucking rort and false economy so no point going there either.
      short of buying your own animals and growing them youre fucked and gunna pay out the arse to eat meat.

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        • yup for sure nasska but how do you make that cheaper?
          if i were to be lazy the homekill guy is 30+gst and butcher 40+gst, the lamb 140+gst.
          210 +gst =240ish.
          now to send it through a mpi approved plant for slaughter etc will cost more, plus trucking. then the consumer dosent buy their meat in budget packaging in a cardboard box so cost of styrofoam or vac pac, then theres wastage etc on the shelf to factor in (your supermarket steaks etc that dont sell just get recyled into mince or smallgoods then frozen)
          still i would not expect the total to be above 280-300bux for a lamb… horrendous really when theyre 17-20kg on the hook bone and all.

          we tell our kids all the time how lucky they are, we eat meat every night and not just shit like sausages etc. some of our mates with families are lucky to have a chewy old rump steak of a roast once a fortnight.
          imo the rules need relaxed so farmers can sell direct to public, it wouldnt be any cheaper tho unless joe public buys half or whole carcasses. shit gets expensive because consumers get picky if given a choice…. theres only so much t-bone and ribeye one animal can yeild, mr farmer wont wanna get stuck with a heap of mince and stewing steak.

          its amazing how many ppl decide to get a whole beast done then not know what to do with half the meat. ive seem mates of ours get a whole beast and then buying from supermarkey 6wks later once all the porterhouse, tbones etc are gone… turned their nose up at the rump, mince, schnitzel etc.

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          • I’m unsure how to drop the price. There’s too many people & too many layers of regulators between the gate & the plate. Worth taking into account that the cocky gets paid on the weight on the hook……Head, guts, offal, trimmings for fertiliser or petfood plus the pelt disappear into the financial ether. Carcase ends up 42% of live weight.

            But as you note. As prime producers we ate well. 🙂

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