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  1. TAH raids on the Colonial outposts of the Empire continue today and tomorrow striking deep from the Darkest King Country. Today, Greytown, Martinborough and Wellington. Tomorrow, I am to inflict myself on the savages of Waikanae. Aaahhh, the mayhem left behind. Stand back.

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  2. Poor wee mite, it’s an absolute disgrace but but but they are a loving people/////// bloody murderers more like. They will be taking time to mourn cause they will once the cheque from the DSW comes in they will be SPENDING on booze and drugs. All these people staying at the house and the other family surely could see what the hell was going on. FFS Take a look at most of the crimes and see who commits them and there is your answer. What to do about it???? Winston is the man for the job. (Hopefully) None of the others Davos Dave and Luxflaxes will do absolutely NOTHING. Welcome to the 2020s folks.
    Be safe out there today………

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  3. We Jews love our golems. We’ve been loving our golems for thousands of years, and what a strife-free history we have to show for it! In case you’re unfamiliar with the golem fable, I’ll give you the CliffsNotes edition. There’s no one single version of the story, and each retelling might alter certain details, but the unchanging basic narrative is this: Jews are being threatened by Gentiles (no, really?), so a rabbi obsessed with protecting his people builds a giant humanoid monster out of clay (or mud) and brings it to life to defend his beloved shtetl (or village, or kosher deli)….

    Get the irony? Because it’s about as subtle as a Buddy Hackett routine. The hellish creature the Jews conjure for their salvation ends up turning on them. A people blinded by fear and paranoia create a demon that metastasizes and grows beyond their control.

    It’s been four thousand years. Can we please finally start acting like we’ve learned the lesson of that story?

    For decades, leftist Jews have been the biggest boosters of flooding the West with Third World immigrants. “Hey, here’s a plan—let’s dump a hundred thousand Somalis in the whitest parts of the U.S. That’ll save us from Fargo Hitler!” Inundating the West with nonwhite immigrants is seen by Jews as an insurance policy against “white supremacy.” The idea is that these immigrants will act as a wedge, diluting “white power” while remaining small enough in numbers to be manageable.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/stop-with-the-golems-already/

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    • Heard an interesting take on the radio this morning, and that’s that the Israelis are holding off their Gaza ground invasion at the request of the US. This is to give the US a chance to get all their assets in place in case the Israeli ground invasion causes the conflict to spill over into other countries.
      Also there was a suggestion that if this spills over, Brent crude could hit $1.50.

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      • Possible. Also I don’t think Israel’s tactic was going to be a mass invasion. They are doing smaller discrete raids and gathering intel. What ever they do won’t be what Hama expects.

        I reckon something is brewing. Based on feelzzz.

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        • If I was making the plan for the Israelis I’d do the following:
          – Take out anyone who is still North of the river – they’ve had plenty of warning to be on the South side.
          – Form a blockade full length of the river, cutting Gaza in half
          – Tell everyone they now have to relocate to North of the river via checkpoints where everyone is checked
          – After sufficient grace time, take out everyone Sth of the river.

          Colonel Sagster out.

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        • Although they are fighting the propaganda war, and losing, I don’t think they will allow the anti Israel sentiment to hold them back.

          I don’t think it is overly dramatic to say they are fighting for the survival of Israel. At least in terms of a tolerable security situation, if not outright invasion.

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          • No doubt Israel is hated on all sides of their border. And I think we in the West have a stake in this war. Israeli is our beachhead in the Muslim world. And don’t Muslims know it. It’s like Tasmania being a Chinese state in our part of the world. That would clash with our ideals and way of life. It would make us feel uncomfortable at best.

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            • I disagree. They are not an ally of the West and that beachhead costs us dearly. Both in dollars and global security. The West gets nothing in return for its support of Israel. Israel is the total opposite of a stabilising influence. The notion Israel is an ally is a propaganda myth created to justify the billions in tax payer money they get.

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            • Now Israel has Nukes. If Nato Nukes Russia, Russia retaliates and end of world. Same goes for China. But if Israel nukes someone who doesn.t have nukes, then what? I suspect USA is keeping Israel as a Back up Nuke Buddy. Now this has got more complicated recently with Russia cosying up to many in the Middle East, so that may throw this hypothesis out the window…. But it’s a thought…..

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              • “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition” to do a quick reload.
                I suspect that is why Israel seems to be taking time for the moment.

                Reloading Iron Dome & any other anti missile, rocket system.
                This time making sure they have even more stocks on hand.

                An Indian giver, is the USA, but will top up, “give some arrows,” as that ‘nuke buddy’

                In the mean time the Western system supports UNRWA to stoke the young Palestinians hate, as mentioned in this comment below @ 10:23 am.
                https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1649/#comment-363515

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                • If Israel uses nukes it will be the end of it.

                  I doubt Israel will survive long term regardless. Once the USA goes down Israel will follow. It is a nation built on lies, deceit, terrorism and general bad vibes. It will all come back to bite them.

                  The Zionist movement is a very recent one and was not supported by most Jews. It is also wrong based on their religious teachings. Israel was the people, not a physical place. Many Jews saw that as their strength and best protection from persecution. Some Jews still see it this way. The whole thing is an absurdity based on sky fairies and religious bullshit.

                  BUT – we allowed it and it is too late to change our minds and expect the people in 2023 to die like flies. So go Israel and beat those muslim bastards.

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  4. Toyota’s chairman and former CEO, Akio Toyoda, told reporters at an auto show in Japan this week that waning demand for electric vehicles (EV) is a sign that people are waking up to the reality that EVs aren’t the silver bullet against the supposed ills of carbon emissions they’re often made out to be.
    “People are finally seeing reality” about EV technology, Mr. Toyoda told reporters ahead of the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo this week, speaking in his capacity as the head of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, the organizer of the event.

    Mr. Toyoda, a long-time skeptic of a full-steam-ahead adoption of EVs, stepped down from his role as CEO of Toyota this year amid criticism that he wasn’t serious enough about pushing the company into a quick adoption of battery-powered cars.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/article/ev-sceptic-toyota-chairman-says-people-are-finally-waking-up-to-reality-of-electric-vehicles-5517676?utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoe&src_src=Aomorningbriefnoe&utm_source=Aomb-2023-10-27&src_cmp=Aomb-2023-10-27&utm_medium=Aoemail&cta_utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoecta&est=gyb33I3vOTriX%2BdxMHo3jfz8k%2Fyx0t%2FClpYW%2B9X5RiaXIN4YHllM%2Bb4qC31epdQ%3D

    Who knew.
    Remove the taxpayer subsidy today.

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    • Odakyu-sen is correct. EV motors are superior in every way to Internal Combustion Engines. However, as he also out, if is the batteries that are the problem, specifically:
      (a) how to safely dispose of the battery
      (b) range – range anxiety is real.
      (c) recharge time.
      (d) Battery safety
      I would also add:

      (e) the lack of charging capacity – how many KW/Second can be “pumped”
      (f) the lack of electricity generation to supply said chargers.

      I have no doubt that science, real science, and battery technology, will overcome (a), (b), (c), and (d)
      We should remember that the introduction of the Internal Combustion Engine and indeed Electricity (DC) was fraught with difficulties, fires, deaths, and injuries as mankind struggled to tame the technology. This period of confusion, learning and adjustment is to be expected with any new change.

      (e) is a distinct problem. We see in places like Australia, charging facilities powered by a massive diesel generator.(s). Charging requires current, and the faster you charge, and the more EVs you charge, the higher the peak power demand.

      Battery technology will in the near future be able to charge in 5-10 minutes. Battery capacity will increase in order to deal with range anxiety. EVs are least efficient in the open road. So if your EVs can get “up to” 500km, you can safely say the open road range is 250-300km.

      Open road range is tested at:
      {1) a fixed speed on a flat motorway, at 25°C i.e. no heater, no air con, no passing slow cars, not 0-100 in 4 seconds.
      (2) current battery efficiency drops with temperature.

      And:
      (3) current battery technology shuts off power long before it reaches 0%.
      (4) battery capacity drops with use.

      So for a new EV, a green woke buyer gets a hard on thinking they are superior to their neighbours who own a fire breather. Arrogant bliss turns to shame when they find that the “up to” 500km, becomes 280km on their trip to the holiday home, 230km if towing a trailer or 200km towing the boat, and as little as 150km, in winter after 4-5 years.

      Taking 18 hours to reach their holiday home towing the boat, when the neigbours’s ‘fire breather’ did it in 6 hours, is highly embarrassing.

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      • Electric cars were on the road back in the 1800’s way before petrol powered ones were. It is old tech that predates ICE engines. It was ditched because the energy density and refueling of ICE vehicles was vastly superior. That is still the case now.

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        • Indeed, EVs were of limited range, there were no charging outlets, in fact many people did not even have electricity in their homes, and recharge time was long.

          In 1900, in the USA, 38% of all cars on the road were electric, 40% steam, and 22% petrol.

          I do however think however, that politics had something to do with the fate of the EV. John D Rockefeller, pissed off by Telsa and Westinghouse crippling his monopoly on (DC) power generation (read coal and steam generators), sought to increase his existing monopoly on energy in general with Standard Oil.

          Add into that suppression of other forms of energy, our world is probably 100 years behind where it should be in energy innovation. Had it not been for Tesla, Rutherford, and others, our world might be a comparative Luddite world, in an even stronger grip of the elite that bought us mRNA tyranny.

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          • The reason oil prevailed is physics and chemistry. Physics and chemistry haven’t changed due to pretentious and contrived notions of “progress”.

            There is nothing that can come even close to oil and nothing on the horizon. All alternatives are unsustainably expensive and useless.

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    • If you replaced a servo with 20 pumps with EV chargers instead of pumps, to meet the peak demand for the same number of 100kw cars, and to charge each in 5 minutes would require a staggering 27MW – 27,000 KW peak power. or 10 (15 to be safe) of these on a siding powering said charging station. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_DL_class_locomotive

      You could say that not all chargers would be in use at once, but given the longer time of 5 minutes to fill vs 1 minute for petrol, chargers will be occupied for 5 x longer than pumps. And in any case, regulations are such that if you have 20 charging bays, your system has to be able to handle all charging bays active at once.

      If batteries go to 200kw to get the range then the situation gets worse.
      Although Petrol is less efficient, it tales as little as 1 minute to pump 550kw of energy into your fuel tank.

      We are not there with generating capacity, or peak power output with charging stations.

      Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest, etc – Ardern, Woods, Shaw, etc had/have no understanding of even high school science. If they did, we would have multiple new power stations coming on line.

      EV’s will probably really take off, when the energy is generated under the bonnet with an all new self contained power source. Probably using Zero Point Energy.

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  5. There was a wealthy man in San Diego who was an avid bird collector. He had a huge collection of live birds. Every species on Earth was present in his collection.

    One day, while browsing through a used book store in Oregon, he ran across a beautifully illustrated book on birds that he’d never seen before, so he bought it. And that evening, back in his hotel, he was reading through his new book when he was astonished to come across an entry for a bird he never heard of before, the world famous and very rare Rarey Bird. Amazed, he read the entry carefully, and learned that the Rarey Bird can only be found in the jungle on the West Coast of Africa.

    The excited collector immediately checked out of his hotel, took a cab to Portland International Airport, and flew non-stop to New York. He booked a first class cabin on a ship to the west coast of Africa. On his arrival, he hired a safari and plunged deep into the jungle on the west coast of Africa. And there, deep in the jungle, he booked a room at the Explorers Club.

    That evening, he was having a drink in the bar at the Explorers Club, when he happened to meet a friend who had been in the same biology class with him as an undergrad. They started chatting, his friend told him what he’d been up to, and the collector explained about his journey to find the Rarey Bird.

    “I’m sorry to tell you this,” said his friend, “but your book is wrong. The Rarey Bird is not found in the jungles on the west coast of Africa. The Rarey Bird can only be found in the jungles on the east coast of Africa.”

    The next morning, the collector checked out of the Explorers Club, took his safari, and set out into the jungle. Across the jungles of west Africa. Across the dense jungles of central Africa. And deep into the jungle of east Africa. There, he stopped off at a large trading post to seek directions from a local guide.

    “I’m sorry to tell you this,” the guide said, “but your friend was misinformed. The Rarey Bird is not located in the jungles of east Africa. In fact, it cannot be found on the African continent at all. The Rarey Bird can only be found in the innermost part of Inner Mongolia.”

    Undaunted, the collector assembled his safari, and set off through the jungles of East Africa, making his way to the coast. There, he booked passage on a steamship to China. Upon his arrival, he hired a caravan, and set off across the Chinese continent to Outer Mongolia, across the desert sands of Outer Mongolia to Inner Mongolia, across the burning sands of the deserts of Inner Mongolia, until he reached the innermost part of Inner Mongolia. And there, he was surprised to run into an archaeologist friend who had been in the same fraternity in college, who was in the innermost part of Inner Mongolia conducting a dig. The collector told his old friend what he was doing in Inner Mongolia.

    “I’m sorry to tell you this,” the archaeologist friend said, “but the guide was very misinformed. Probably drunk. The Rarey Bird is not located in Inner Mongolia, or anywhere in Asia at all. The Rarey Bird can only be found in South America, in the part of the rainforest that lies deep in the deepest part of the Amazon River Valley.”

    So the collector bid his old fraternity brother adieu, took his caravan back across the burning sands of the deserts of Inner Mongolia, back across the deserts of Outer Mongolia, back across the Chinese continent, to a seaport. There, he booked passage on the first available ship bound for South America. Immediately he arrived, he hired a safari, and they plunged into the jungle and down, down, down deep into the Amazon River Valley rainforest. And there, deep in the deepest part of the Amazon River Valley, he happened to encounter – an old Rarey Bird hunter.

    The old Rarey Bird hunter informed him, that yes, indeed, the Rarey Bird is found deep in the deepest part of the Amazon River Valley rainforest. And he told him about the Rarey Bird. It does not fly – it runs. It runs through the rainforest alongside the Amazon River. Rarey Birds always run in the same places along the Amazon River, forming paths through the rainforest. These are known by the locals as “Rarey Bird paths.”

    The Rarey Bird hunter explained the method for catching a Rarey Bird. He said that what you do is go out into the rainforest and find a fresh Rarey Bird path. Then you tie a string around a tree on one side of the path, and hide behind a tree on the opposite side of the path. When a Rarey Bird comes running down the path, you lift up the string, the Rarey Bird trips on the string, and you jump up and grab him.

    Well, the collector went out into the rainforest and did all that, and he got his Rarey Bird!

    But, man, that’s a long way to trip a Rarey!

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    • Ronnie@0905

      Like all politicians luxflakes will say ANYTHING to get into power, and having achieved his goal will then ‘suddenly’ find ways to avoid following-through with whatever ‘Commitments’ he had previously made.

      Luxflakes’ arrogance and exaggerated self-belief will not help in this situation and he will quickly find that he is actually no different from any of his predecessors, and it’s going to be hilarious (Albeit somewhat-sad) to watch his contortions as he tries very hard NOT to deliver on his ‘Promises’ while also obeying the orders he has received from Klaus.

      Popcorn anyone? (Better make it a large bag).

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    • Media busy interviewing their typewriter!
      Hooty making shit up,
      So in the vacum, they are making up stories about Toni!
      So was chippie doing a Len Brown?
      Is Robber going to lead the “Haka in the Locker room” in his gruts?
      Media luvies have to produce x colum inches of story or get sacked!
      So they spin anything, anyway!

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      • Will not read any trash about who or what Hipkins is or was shagging. Deranged people should not be used as clickbait in trashy tabloids. In some ways I just feel sorry for his ex wife and kids that have to see this shit.

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  6. The real truth about Humanitarian aid & how it flows to so called Palestinian civilians. terrorists, that only play civilians as a pawn for spreading Mohammad’s practice & deeds, smoothed with sayings & guidance.

    ….. “There’s fuel in Gaza to run hospitals and pump water,” Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesperson Lt. Col. (res.) Jonathan Conricus posted on X/Twitter. “But Hamas prefers to use the fuel to continue fighting Israel. All those who claim otherwise are whitewashing Hamas crimes against their own.” ….
    https://www.algemeiner.com/2023/10/24/israeli-military-says-hamas-stockpiling-500000-liters-fuel-while-aid-agencies-decry-shortage/

    Will the New Zealand media dare to print this?
    Will the Dis-Mis-Mal Information Project of New Zealand reveal the the truth?

    Will they tell the story of how NZ supports UN agencies like “UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees” UNRWA educate Palestinians pupils to kill Israelis & Jews.
    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/nz-announces-funding-for-glorification-of-terror/

    … A teacher posted a picture of Hitler with the caption “Hitler, are you sleeping? Wake up, honey, there are still some people you need to burn.” ….

    ….. Another piece of propaganda written for 9th-graders, described the firebombing of a Jewish bus as a “barbecue party.” ….

    … One UNRWA teacher assigned 7th-grade boys antisemitic poetry that urged the students to expel “Israelis with blood and flesh from Palestine.” All of this was subsidized by the [Aotearoa] American taxpayer. …..
    https://www.miragenews.com/blackburn-cites-un-watch-report-exposing-unrwas-1112470/

    So New Zealand again has Jew Israeli blood on its hands by this so called disgusting 2 face humanitarian support.
    Causing even more death & destruction on Arabs, using them as an expendable pawn to go along in sync with Islamic agendas.

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    • So a billion dollars of Biden’s humanitarian aid flow the systemic institutions.

      October 18 2023 ….. However, U.N. Watch and IMPACT released a report in March, uncovering 100 pages of evidence that schools built and run by the UNRWA taught hate toward the Jewish people and glorified terrorism. …..

      ….. “They have also been used as shields, giving cover to nearby military assets. UNRWA officials have had all kinds of inappropriate relationships with Hamas itself.
      Whenever these facts — war crimes — are revealed, the U.N. does a quick ‘investigation,’ sometimes accompanied by a meaningless expression of regret, and carries on,” added Bayefsky, who is also president of Human Rights Voices. …..

      https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/palestinian-group-accused-harboring-terrorists-received-1b-biden-admin

      With many good links, showing up to the terror Hamas connections.

      Showing a brief history of how some of the aid & military arms are so closely aligned, acknowledged & then swept under the rug.

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    • Born,FFS Beorn there’s is absolutely no danger to you if you get your Mrs to check everything out with one of your older 240v electrical appliances (no point in wrecking a good newer one) LOL.
      PS, as she wanders around checking the outlets etc, do the right thing and stand close to the master switch 😉

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  7. Once upon a time, a Prince asked a beautiful Princess…
    “Will you marry me?”

    The Princess said “NO!”

    And the Prince lived happily ever after, and rode motorcycles, and went fishing, and hunting, and played golf, and fucked women half his age, and drank beer, and scotch and had tons of money in the bank, and scratched his balls without criticism and left the toilet seat up.

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  8. The entitled Foon

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/10/28/environmental-concerns-over-meng-foons-illegal-seawall/
    Meng Foon’s unconsented Gisborne seawall has raised concerns about its potential environmental impact.

    Foon began constructing the seawall in front of the campground on August 25, and continued for several weeks after initially being asked to stop on August 31.

    “But we’re still back to the fact that Meng should have had a resource consent to do it.”

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    • A culture that prides itself of “shame” & “honour”.
      So that “low morale” of “victimhood” is now in the process of being reset.
      That builds a “pressure cooker in on itself.

      To give the so called humanitarian aid, to receive it becomes a “shame” that festers.
      There simply can be no “gratitude” in a culture like that.
      Being benevolent causes a humiliation, that circles back to that sense of shame.

      So they are unable to make the most of things, to figure there strengths & weaknesses and get ahead where they can, to become self reliant & independent.

      “Blessed are those who give, & forget”.
      “Blessed are those who receive & remember”.
      In that there is no ‘belittling’ or shame.
      But sadly offence is so often taken, that seems to becoming even more the ‘default’ position.

      However the culture is the lobster that drags everything down.
      So can we take some of these cultures at face value????

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      • Sadly it becomes our culture that slowly becomes subverted. 🙁
        Of being forever on guard, becomes a major cost, not just financially but in constantly having to review things, just to be sure of not being taken down, to be used & abused.
        A stress factor.

        In many ways this was calculated & used by Mohammad in his “war lord” set up.

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  9. I chanced to hear this on the radio. A McDonalds manager was punched in the head while trying to break up a turf fight amongst beggars. Apparently begging outside this McDonalds franchise was very lucrative with beggars able to earn hundreds of dollars a day.

    Aotearoa, huh! You gotta love it.😒

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  10. Do you realize that another funded sly government agency was set up about this? :—
    “Addressing family violence and sexual violence service gaps, improving outcomes, and maintaining momentum”,
    Trundling along, under the radar with a cursing name, to empire building & gobbling up more tax payer’s money in the Budget, since 2018 & supposedly ‘reasoning’ in the trough for the past 25 years !

    This Budget is about reinforcing the 25-year Te Aorerekura strategy, funding it and delivering on its priorities.
    These investments include: …… ……

    https://tepunaaonui.govt.nz/resources-new/budget-investments/

    Seems to be slight of hand for buck passing.

    Now I understand how the police in news papers reports have attended so many “family harm incidents” as it is all in the wordings.
    Note the other goobleygook agencies that interconnect with this lot.

    No wonder we have babies being name “Ruthless Empire” and having constantly upgraded “Moko’s” deeply imprinted on them.
    RIP.

    Thanks Ed in advance for releasing out of moderation.
    Are you sure the Mis-Dis-Mal-Information unit is not knobbling this blog? 🙂
    The customary “deeply imprinted moko’s” may have been the trigger words?
    Or colonialist words like “Ruthless Empire” that is cultural appropriation of the Queen’s Victoria & Elizabeth’s good English

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    • The developers have installed a blocking system after last months problems, you can see we are under constant attack.

      Daily activity report for: https://ysb.co.nz/
      Date Range Processed: Yesterday, October 27, 2023

      Blocked threats: 15 (critical: 12, high: 0, medium: 3)
      Blocked brute-force attacks: 0

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    • Thanks Ed, yes the attacks would because the questions raised on the many issues & the truth being spoken on Ukraine Russia, how NZ’s actions endorses killing Russians,.
      Then the Hamas, Israel, Islamic exposure.
      Covid, Pubic Health, Vaccine Mandates, mRNA damage, Guns, etc., etc..

      Yes I do understand being under constant attack, just as Israel was from Gaza, since 2005 when Israel withdrew from that occupation & the Oslo accords were constantly ignored.

      Just like Donbass & Lugansk were under attack from Kiev of the Ukraine, ignoring the Minsk 1 then 2 Agreements.
      Showing how Russia is been under attack by NATO countries.

      So it is WAR & their intent is to shut YSB down, one way or the other.
      So all be careful out there, & give as good as you can back in the next salvo. 🙂
      Thanks Ed for giving us position to barrage them also, as we hone our skills too, to be used in other ways at other times.

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    • One can not refer & quote Brenton’s Tarrant manifesto with a source.
      Ardern’s Christchurch Call did that under severe & costly penalties, which would risk this blog’s shut down.

      I also note how certain people like doctors & nurses would be pay a very high price if they talked about Ivermectin, HCQ, any problems with vaxx, with the threat of de-registration and/or job less.

      This in many ways has created a self censor ship, where people can be doxxed, hassled, and job loss

      Working for certain corporates like Synlait where one voiced certain issues and though nothing do with his work at a job loss.
      It seems that it is not far in bank accounts can be taken out too, as corporates will comply with SDG via their ESG’s that work with DEI’s..
      If you are found not to be compliant at the lower level, if the system figures you are making problems else where then they can call in favours through the Prime Minister’s & Cabinet offices that network through the universities, harnessing academia & the media.

      Crossing the Rubicon lost his job.,,
      https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/125207126/synlait-investigating-white-supremacist-worker
      He openly talked and did not hide himself. A white supremacist?
      It is done “pour encourager les autres”.

      This is why people can see trolls, that try to raise info, to push people too far & expose more of themselves.
      Have I gone too far, as some play the innocent in saying they know nothing of this & just want to understand.

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  11. **********BREAKING***********

    Nelson and other centers around the country have been hit by multiple terrorist attacks as Hamas supporters riot in the streets.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/middle-east/300997887/live-kiwis-in-support-of-palestinians-take-to-streets-in-nationwide-protest

    Israel is losing the propaganda war. Jewish leftists have led the charge for mass immigration, attacks on Western culture, and the general madness of the left. It is all coming home to roost as it always does with the Jews. They are not hated for their Jewish religion they are hated for destroying societies. The biggest threat to the Jews right now is the monster they have created.

    Frankly I am shocked at how unhinged and one sided the anti Israel lobby is. I could write a book on Zionist, Jewish, Israeli, wrongs, but still believe in fairness and consistent principles. Something I am constantly reminding the lying denying human garbage that are one eyed supporters of Israel and who won’t admit historical facts.

    I have never thought Israel would see this century out intact. They can level Gaza but you can’t bomb away an ideology. In fact every bomb grows the ideology. Israel is fucked.

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    • Winston Peters will have no problem as whooshed off to Marrakesh Morocco, where he signed NZ up to the UN Global Migration Pact.
      Where the Agreement bound the government, the media, & citizens, that nothing bad was ever to be said about a migrant, which sounds nice, but can be used to shut down debate & discussion.

      UN Global Migration Pact
      OBJECTIVE 17: Eliminate all forms of discrimination and promote evidence-based public discourse to shape perceptions of migration …..

      c) Promote independent, objective and quality reporting of media outlets,
      including internet based information,
      including by sensitizing and educating media professionals on migration-related issues and terminology,
      investing in ethical reporting standards and advertising,
      and stopping allocation of public funding or material support to media outlets that systematically promote intolerance, xenophobia, racism and other forms of discrimination towards migrants, in full respect for freedom of the media. ….

      https://refugeesmigrants.un.org/sites/default/files/180711_final_draft_0.pdf

      All to be overlaid with the mis-dis-mal-information unit set up by Prime Minister & Cabinet offices, while all in a cahoots with media public funding.
      All so easily to then smear, damage, doxx people who raise any issues.

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  12. The German government is in talks to provide a multibillion-euro bailout to the engineering company Siemens Energy to shore up its balance sheet amid increasing problems at its wind turbine division.

    Shares in the company, one of the world’s biggest makers of wind turbines, plunged by almost 40% to all-time lows on the German stock exchange, wiping €3bn from its market value, after reports emerged that it was in talks to secure government guarantees as part of a €15bn rescue package.

    A bailout could result in the German state taking responsibility for 80% of an initial €10bn funding tranche, while banks would be liable for the remaining 20%, according to reports in the German press.

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2023/oct/26/siemens-energy-shares-plunge-as-it-seeks-government-bailout

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  13. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/10/weather-civil-defence-s-warning-to-residents-in-path-of-ex-tropical-cyclone-lola-s-arrival-in-new-zealand.html
    Weather: Civil Defence’s warning to residents in path of ex-Tropical Cyclone Lola’s arrival in New Zealand

    MetService says a “large, deep, complex low pressure system” is moving slowly towards the north of the country.

    Severe weather warnings and watches for strong winds and heavy rain have been issued across Northland, Auckland, and the Coromandel Peninsula for the next two days.

    Large waves are also expected to affect eastern coasts of the upper North Island.

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  14. Some of us may have noticed the starring roles of this Palestinian in recent weeks.
    Putting the ham in Hamas.

    …. Saleh Aljafarawi. He is also a singer.
    And he’s popular! Since hostilities began he now has a whopping 1.5 million followers on Instagram and more than 9,000 subscribers on YouTube. …..

    https://torontosun.com/news/world/gazafellas-versatile-crisis-actor-plays-variety-of-roles-in-hamas-hollywood

    At one stage desperately dying in a critical condition in a hospital bed, then raised the next day with
    So seems to be in a very safe place indeed, Gaza?
    https://twitter.com/InbarCohen13/status/1717513617782824970
    24 secs

    So how many are really killed in Gaza?
    So many different claims he can make, that I can not keep track.
    https://twitter.com/BabakTaghvaee1/status/1717511311431487728

    Seems to be some very competitive actors, like from our own Ardern, the French Macron, the Canadian Trudeau, Zelenskii of the the Ukraine. all done to amplify the tragedy, by trading on a tragedies.

    Now where is my favourite Achmed, Oscar winning Dead Terrorist, the explosive skeletal one?

    Some of the best of Achmed, ….. …
    https://youtu.be/xSgF24j_LfA
    9 mins 20 secs :

    Those other ones above should only get the Raspberry awards.

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  15. I would like to suggest to the posters
    on this blog, that a Givealittle page be
    set up to raise funds for an individual
    who lives in the Rai Valley.

    The money would be used to purchase
    a pair of camouflage Bata Bullets to help
    him blend in while he curb stomps Hamas
    terrorists.

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  16. While I take my hat off to anyone prepared to give something a go I fear that the lady who launched this brand of “activewear” didn’t do her homework. No-one who is five feet around the arse is going to do anything more strenuous than tear the top off a bucket of KFC.

    ……”after hearing from plus-sized women who were struggling with body image”…………”she launched her own activewear business with the most expansive plus-size range in New Zealand, going from size 14 to 30*.”…….

    Size 30 (in inches) = 56 – 48 – 60. Pass the bucket!

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/133189314/plussize-activewear-brand-lulah-collective-closes-down-after-eight-months

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