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  1. Good grief We can’t fricking win,”Maori and Pacifica are being admitted to hospitals around NZ at far greater percentages than other groups of people and it’s colonization that’s to blame”
    FFS of course they are because they are getting shunted to the top of hospital lists because of Cnutface Arderns racist health outcome policies.
    Meanwhile I have a suspicion that the clown circus coalition talks are going to water down Seeless and the maggots ‘”strong stand against the Maorification of NZ”,
    as usual it’s back onto the 3 yearly revolving door of weak cowardly New Zealand politicians that won’t do the right thing for their country.

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      • I am sorry to bring this up……….. but who is allowing this money to be spent at the moment?????? I thought no moneys would be going out to new initiatives when there was NO FUCKING government????? W T F is going on is Hippy Kins giving even more money to useless causes at them moment?????? All the deities are weeping as I write I do have doubts as to their authenticity as gods. I am done with the whole thing now. To live a normal life I think one has to just ignore what is going on and drink?????
        Be safe out there if you can, the white race will be gone before too long if this keeps up.
        Oh and I used to love Nora Batty and all in The last of the Summer Wine. Great programme doubt it would be made now as possibly not enough people of colour, gays, or Trans people

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      • TAH, We were affected personally by this racism when after waiting in a substantial and increasing pain level We paid for a hip transplant for my Mrs as she’d been canceled 3 times for her operation in the public system, the last time on the day before she was due to have the procedure.
        Her doctor asked her if she had any “smidgen” of Maori blood in her family because it will definitely help but alas she doesn’t., if these 3 bums doing deals for their baubles don’t do something about this fucking racism there should be demonstrations on the streets because that is what the majority voted for..

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        • RT, I have grave doubts that the Bald Badger has the will to do anything about it and I doubt during Coalition negotiations, ACT and NZ First will have enough clout to convince Nude Nut to do anything about it once a new Government is formed.

          Regretfully, nothing will change.

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        • What the hell is wrong with you?
          Do you agree with racist separatism in the health system? If the answer is NO, then why pander to it? Why enable it by steadfastly insisting you are non-Māori?
          Tick the box indicating you deserve priority attention, have your surgery and get on with it.

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    • Look in their supermarket trolley and you will see why.

      Forget all the stuff you hear about diet and just look at peoples bodies and then what they have in their shopping. You will find a direct correlation between carbs and weight. Try and find a fatty that eats meat and salad.

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    • revvy…
      achild can be born to whitey in nz and growing up can fail at school, have a rough home life, live in poverty. in its teens and adult it can have multiple run ins with police, perhaps even jail, go on welfare, never afford a home, get evicted, have poor health outcomes and die earlier then average life expectancy….
      if that child was white, asian, indian etc the blame (if anyone worries enough to point fingers) would lie with parents and upbringing and zero would be done about it BUT if that same child were to be found to have a few drops of that highly potent special blood then all of a sudden its colonisation and whiteys fault and everyone else must pay to rectify those bad things.

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    • No amount of money spent on people that have not bothered to try to remain healthy will change their long term outcomes. They will still die young no matter their colour.

      IMHO everyone once earning an income should have to join a medical insurance company like Southern Cross and that cost should be fully tax deductable from the income before tax. ( We do that with ACC which needs a radical shake up from being a sovergn fund on the books to doing what it should. It is as disfunctional as our immigration and legal systems.)

      That would change our health system and get it working like it is capable of doing.

      It used to be and was a good thing but was removed. It also needs to be age proffed so that wen you get to their theoretical age of old (65) they can’t push you out after 25 years by raising your costs. Thats what happened to us although Mrs Viking never used her share. at all.

      The other major that needs fixing is student loans. They should be tax deductable from working wages by being able to claim the education costs back over the same number of years that it took to do that training. before tax. Keep people here in the workforce and extinguish a debt to the taxpayer instead of them buggering off and the debt being written off. ( If an employer pays for a training course that is deductable immediately so what’s the difference with a person on their own doing a course)

      We should also increase hugely the depreciation of nonworking plant.(never cars) Emirates write off the cost of their airliners in 3 years. Here in NZ it never gone. Leaves companies with less money to increase productivity so the place is full of redundant junk.

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  2. Things are looking up folks, the BBC have announced the 2023 list of the top 100 influential Women and the bandy legged emaciated scrawny stooped shouldered cnut Ardern is absent from that list (to be fair I could only stomach going through it once so I could be wrong) but I don’t think so.
    The brat and the fisherman will be getting screamed at and beaten mercilessly today LMFAO.

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  3. Traditional Maori Freedom Campers, using tradition Coleman’s Tents, traditional Colemans Cookers, traditional Native Tandem Axle Caravans built in Australia and towed by traditional Native Toyota Utes made in Thailand and the rules governing them for Freedom Camping, are of concern to Ngai Tahu.

    This is a huge issue, according to the traditionally offended about everything, Ngai Tahu.

    “When we are talking about something as holistic as Ngāi Tahu values, you can see it presents a problem when it gets to words on a page.”

    Now if you are confused by those few words, try reading this shit.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/502905/worry-new-plan-rules-will-capture-traditional-ngai-tahu-camping

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    • ngai tahu have a heap of their own private lil camp areas scattered around the south island and several are on the west coast.
      its a bullshit law so i dont mind them challenging it but fucks me off they only fight it on behalf of iwi bros and not all new zealanders. obviously with their own private freedom camping areas their claims the new laws affect them is utter bullshit anyways.

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  4. So a non Taxpaying Native organisation, Waikato Tainui and Ngai Tahu-Ngati Whoa through it’s Tauhara North No 2 Trust, gets a shit load of money from you, the Taxpayer to investigate setting up a Supermarket chain in competition to private Taxpaying enterprises, but you, the Taxpayer are not allowed to know the terms, reasons or contents of the funding of the non Taxpaying Natives by a Government Department, who gets funded by you, the Taxpayer.

    https://www.waikatotimes.co.nz/business/350113796/supies-collapse-could-help-secret-maori-supermarket-initiative-supporters-say

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  5. Some movement in the men in woman’s sport ongoing sagas.

    1. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned biological male players from participating in international women’s cricket.
    They kind of hide behind “The move against transgender competitors who “identify” with the other sex has been made to protect the safety of female players.”
    Cricket joins athletics, cycling, swimming and rugby in banning men from taking part in elite women’s competitions at international level.

    2. Swimmer Meghan Cortez-Fields, a man living as a woman, broke several records after switching from the men’s team over to the women’s team at Ramapo College of New Jersey. “Cortez-Fields swam on Ramapo’s men’s team for three years before moving to the women’s team this season as a senior.

    3. A male-born transgender athlete has quit a British soccer team when faced with opposing teams refusing to play against his team after he broke an opponent’s knee during a match.
    Rossington Main Ladies gave Needham their full backing, and why not? They don’t face injury on the field at Needham’s hands. Their opponents do.
    A manager for an opposing team noted that Needham is a large and powerful player whose size frightened opponents.

    4. A female boxer in Quebec withdrew from a provincial boxing championship last month after being told without notice that she would have to fight a male-born transgender opponent. Because she withdrew from the match and no other opponent stepped in to replace her he was announced the winner by default. He is Australian by birth.

    Although International Bodies are seeing the light it appears that the lower level of officialdom are not doing so – shame of all the Woman involved in administration at this level.

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  6. ⚠️Warning- the following comment contains facts, data and graphs.

    ‼️🚨‼️🚨‼️🚨 The housing market appears to be off to a slow start to summer so far.

    The latest figures from property website Realestate.co.nz and the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) show a widening gap between the number of properties being newly listed for sale and the number selling.

    The first graph below clearly shows the trend.‼️🚨‼️🚨‼️🚨

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/125315/housing-market-has-made-slow-start-summer-selling-season

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  7. 60 years ago our time tomorrow that JFK was assassinated. I was 14 – I can remember so clearly there were 3 of us at a gate of a paddock and a man called Lance Early who was a farming journalist with the Press told us. And the cover up continues. Amazing how one bullet could wound on 7 different angles and hit 2 people.

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    • I was 13 and at boarding school and remember some girls had the mumps and so were listening to a radio and they told us…. When I think of it they were just in the dormitory and we were still sleeping there in the same place but no one else got them. No face nappies or jabs for us in those days either. Maybe we had better immunity in those days then???

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    • Quite young, but still perfectly remember the day, as it was the effect on my parents, which later made more sense.
      Still strange that I remember that it was that day & where I was & did on that day, when my Dad was first told, & came down to me, to drive back home.

      It could have been an even worse calamitous day for them.
      While waiting for Dad to conclude some work & then he popped up to my Uncle’s house; sitting on a tractor seat, that very warm sunny afternoon. I had put the clutch down on the TEA, & it started to roll forward.
      Fortunately with a bit of panic, I did take my foot of the clutch, & now that I think about it, the tractor key was off, at least I had not fiddled with that; so it dead chugged to a stop.
      Severe guilt that afternoon, while waiting for Dad that he may have noticed, but he never did.

      I understand my mother wrote & posted a note of condolence, so I guess the Kennedy’s care/of of the White House.
      Also noted how in the late afternoon how much more Mum & Dad seemed to be so serious, about listening to the radio.
      Not that I actually listened to that radio on that day.
      Only the usual children’s half hour program about 5:00pm before it went into a session of maori singing that was turned way down for another half hour. Probably made sense of the children’s program & radio set as I slowly aged.

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      • Kennedy was almost revered by Kiwis of my parent’s generation. He had charisma by the bucketful but it was his war service in the Pacific theatre that endeared him to a people still hurting from the after-effects of WW2.

        He represented a real hope for a better future. Sadly his death signalled the end of those times.

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      • Nasska:– Yes, Kennedy very much revered in NZ.
        Being not long after Kennedy had blown of “Comrade” Khrushchev on the Cuba incident.
        The Communists stopped earlier in Korea.

        Also NZ was involved with Britain in the Malaysian communist insurgency through the1950’s to about 1964

        And how it seemed so thoughtful that the US navy plus troops turned up in NZ to battle the Jap that seemed close, being only 8 hours flying time to the Battle of the Coral Seal.

        My badly wounded Uncle WW2 Middle East, has a photo of first Lady Eleanor Roosevelt visiting & speaking to him in his hospital bed.

        So well ingrained in the NZ psyche of those times.

        Time has immortalized the RFK with that hope.
        Would have been interesting how if he got 2 terms, & what would have been in Vietnam?
        Very difficult as I mentioned above about the Malaysian, then the Indonesian insurgency.
        To be able to work in just what effect Robert Kennedy would have have seen as the ‘Deep State’, of CIA & FBI.
        Would they have successfully challenged that?

        TAH, only the low key holes for me then.
        Remember the high door handles too, where you had to get something to stand on?

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        • Well put S1. New Zealanders who had been raised & brainwashed to believe that everything was great ‘baccck oome’ & ‘where Britain goes we go’ woke up to the peril they faced when the Japs moved into SE Asia. Our fighting forces were busy getting slaughtered on battlefields 12,000 miles away leaving NZ, like Australia, virtually unprotected.

          The presence of the Yanks provided some relief from the danger.

          As an aside, as an absolute cynic, I trust the recollections of my family far more than the analysis of an indoctrinated professor of history. The former were real.

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        • S1, I reckon I am 5’10” but my wife says I am 5’9″ so I would have joined you on the low keyholes. Much better view in my opinion from being close in height to a Dwarf.

          My Maternal Great, Great Grandfather came to this New Zealand from the Guernsey in the Chanel Islands and became the first Captain-Commodore of the NZ Navy when it was established. His native tongue was French. This maybe is the reason one of my oldest friends addresses me as “Filthy Pierre’. It may also have something to do with the low keyholes of which you speak. A question I shall have to ponder on for some time.

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          • I fortunately put on quite a few inches to find 6′
            However my siblings made me to be the shortest.
            So not a hobbit class, though the hairy feet would mean warmer feet, a compensation of not finding boots of the right size?

            I live in a 120+ year old house, and it was when the plumber commented to me that the bathroom sink of cast iron was at the lowest level they had ever seen.

            Sort of interesting to contrast why the high ceilings.
            With open fire places, candles, kerosine lanterns, etc. plus
            the smokers back in that era, allowed all those fumes/smoke to go over their heads.

            I realized not only the genetics but just how much more the healthy sturdy New Zealand has allowed to fulfil the potential in the genes.

            So it sounds like you have a reputation, a raconteur, & a voice for seedy chanties, with some bawdiness.
            Or what your oldest friend saw through that keyhole; being in the middle on the bed. 😉 …. hmmm …..

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    • Many mark this as the beginning of the end, for America. The death of innocence. The need to swallow ginormous lies stuck in Americas throat like indigestion for a few generations. That a government would turn on its own, still is incomprehensible.

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  8. For the boys

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/11/kiwi-man-s-custom-car-wins-worldwide-competition-will-be-turned-into-miniature-hot-wheels-model.html
    The global winner of the 2023 Hot Wheels Legends Tour has been crowned – and it was built by a Kiwi.

    Nicknamed ‘Chimera’, Watson’s car is a highly-modified Mazda 1990 MX-5.

    The dystopian-looking car was built in his shed in Kaiwaka, inspired by the combination of Japanese ‘Kaido Racer’ car culture and the futuristic cyberpunk genre.

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    • Thanks WG – actually I couldn’t acre less about cars – we have a blue car – before that a grey car and I once had a white car. Had a Vauxhall Wyvern with a wired up gear stick, exactly the same as the Timaru man/Jennifer Beard had. Actually had just been through the Haast Pass about 3 days after she was killed, had picked up two female hitch hikers and worked in a timber place for those who can recall their history. Have had a new car, when working for the Council, and my first car was a 1949 Morris Series E that I painted Red & Black. No idea what happened to that.

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  9. WHY STUFF HAS QUIT X

    ‘Stuff’ publishers our local community newspaper (The one you receive Ed.).

    In it, (And under the above heading) it explains the reasons why it no longer uses ‘X (Formerly ‘Facebook’); as an information source.

    While the article is largely an exercise in self-justification, the following statement (Apparently based-upon comments made by CEO Laura Maxwell and published under her authority) caught my eye:

    ‘Stuff …is increasingly concerned about the volume of MISINFORMATION (My emphasis) and DISINFORMATION (Also my emphasis) being shared [On ‘X’], and the damaging behaviour being exhibitted on and enabled by the online social media platform…’

    On reading this two things came to mind:

    “Me thinks that the organisation doth complain too muchly’,

    and

    ‘Hypocricy thy name is Stuff’

    Knowing Stuff’s pro-labour stance and role as a NZLP mouthpeice, should we really be surprised…?

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  10. I came across a new term today which I think I will adopt into my vocab. It was used by Simon Black at Sovereign Man and I haven’t seen it used before.
    ” Passionate ignorance”
    The process of passionately supporting an argument while refusing to engage in any rational discussion. The refusal to be presented with ideas or thinkers that might challenge their ideological echo chamber. Refusal to even read about the issue.

    Examples- Gays for Palestine, Environmental protests against mining for copper while supporting renewable energy,
    Men can get pregnant etc etc.

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  11. So how will those Gazan squealers about the hospitals “kindly” hosting full-on pious, faithful by the books, & so devout, be treated?
    Not only by the Israelis but also by the living out the creed, of islam, Hamas.

    …. received “thousands of phone calls from Gazans, on a scale never seen before in the unit” with tips on Hamas and various other terrorist groups, indicating that the “residents of the Gaza Strip are not satisfied with the barbaric conduct of Hamas”
    and that “the ordinary civilian understands that Hamas is bringing disaster to the residents of Gaza that will be difficult for them to recover from.” …..

    https://www.ynetnews.com/article/bybdsbtnt

    I used to think Palestinian hospitals were extremely well staffed with very busy male Doctors & male nurses.
    And the due care of Gazan family, being such attentive & caring visitors.

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    • Thanks SA. :—
      Guy Hatchard raises some very good points, which shows how much this is interlinked globally.
      It helps to see the big picture of how they propagandize it to “Lemonaid” health.

      Also it fits in well with Catherine Austin-Fitts book which shows the big world wide picture of “The Great Poisoning” which I raised in this comment.
      https://ysb.co.nz/sudden-surge-in-deaths-among-jabbed-young-people/#comment-368429

      So many things, as I mention in this comment of the Ivor Cummins link this morning.
      Their main focus is to keep everyone 1) busy 2) distracted 3) misinformed 4) divided 5) fearful 6) disorganized, as until they are ready putting all things in place to close the trap.
      https://ysb.co.nz/arc-alliance-for-responsible-citizenship/#comment-368616

      Difficult & tiring, but we not only must become more aware, and also raise it with others, & coordinate to become more effective in pushing back, and it is on so many fronts.

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        • problem is hatchard is an even bigger nutter so zero credibility.

          you pro nutter retards do realise nutter bullshit and propaganda comes from all sides right?
          only gullable losers will cling to and believe what hatchard says.

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            • prove where hes right.
              sure same facts and figures he throws around may be correct but then he starts linking the causes to unprovable shit just to satisfy butthurt nutters emotions and feels.

              hes just another attention seeking grifter like liz gunn etc.

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          • Depends which angle you’re coming from. Hatchard may or may not be correct but he is one man with a medical background voicing his opinion as a private citizen.

            Contrast this with the venal semi educated power trippers who stood on the “podium of truth” & fed us absolute bullshit day in & day out while people suffered unnecessarily
            & were forced under duress to accept a series of poisonous vaccinations which will kill many of them.

            I’ll listen to Hatchard any day rather than accept the shit dribbling from the orifices of our political leaders.

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          • SB, Everyone who is chronically ill, reliant on medication or ongoing care would find the whole takeover by those with a health agenda scary as shit. I for one thank Hartchard and anyone else standing up to the political health authoritarians!!

            Being young and healthy is a blessing. Enjoy it while it lasts.

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  12. Hey Birdy. Check this shit out. Pelorus Bridge Cafe.

    White owners had the lease for years and ran a very profitable business out of there.
    The lease came up in April and they were told they had to reapply for it. Fair enough.
    There was only ‘one’ tender.
    The whiteys got the arse and murri have taken it over.
    Fucken disgraceful.

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    • Brian Tamaki’s lot. Don’t have much time for Bishop Brian. I’m sure he’s got rich by fleecing his flock. Having said that, his crowd have undoubtedly turned many lives around and you have to give him credit for that.

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  13. Some entertainment from the UN:

    An ingenious example of speech and politics occurred recently in the United Nations Assembly and made the world community smile.
    A representative from Israel began: ‘Before beginning my talk I want to tell you something about Moses: When he struck the rock and it brought forth water, he thought, “What a good opportunity to have a bath!”
    Moses removed his clothes, put them aside on the rock and entered the water. When he got out and wanted to dress, his clothes had vanished.
    A Palestinian had stolen them!
    The Palestinian representative at the UN jumped up furiously and shouted, “What are you talking about? The Palestinians weren’t there then.”
    The Israeli representative smiled and said, “And now that we have made that clear, I will begin my speech.”

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  14. End Wokeness
    @EndWokeness

    Potential tsunami brewing in Europe…

    Tomorrow there is a general election in the Netherlands.

    The anti-immigration PVV party just surged into first place.

    This would put firebrand Geert Wilders on a potential path to become Prime Minister of the Netherlands.

    Wilders promises to make the Netherlands great again shutting down the border and leaving the EU

    https://twitter.com/EndWokeness/status/1727092176096493719

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    • Yep, seems to be in complete agreement with Cenk Uygur
      Absolutely denied the Armenian genocide so a fair suck of the sack as he disavows what he writes to climb politically.
      For himself Cenk likes to present 2 sides of the story, but for others not so.
      Just a very very brief part of what triggered the tirade, & know why by those presenters.

      Stupidity to do the rant, & sort of funny how he even says his own name, so not as an anonymous ranter, that was found out.

      Seems like birds of feather gather together.

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  15. Amid discussions on AM earlier on Wednesday about the NZ Transport Agency Waka Kotahi offering free pies to employees working on the Mt Messenger bypass project, a Watercare worker emailed the show saying they too were provided with free lunch – theirs being a daily meal from fast food giant Subway.

    Watercare defends $140,000 per year spend on free Subway meals for workers
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2023/11/watercare-defends-140-000-per-year-spend-on-free-subway-meals-for-workers.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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    • they give kids free lunches and they are above the ground.
      These guys are below ground in long tunnels and shitty condifitons. Imagine the time lost going out for lunch. Stop being so fucking miserable.
      We are New Zealand’s largest company in the water and wastewater industry. We supply more than 400 million litres of water to Auckland every day.
      We employ more than 1,000 people who represent over 30 countries and work in various roles across our business: from engineering to science, operations, ..

      So each person has lunch to the tune of $2.69 pe day. Not even a PIE.

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      • a pie isnt lunch vikey esp for a hard worker. why does one need to come up to buy lunch? its called a lunchbox, spend the money buying them lunchboxes instead of unhealthy pies… give a man a fish, teach a man to fish etc etc

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  16. Someone will know who these thieving mutts are

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/11/22/thieves-steal-maori-battalion-taonga-from-waitangi-treaty-grounds/
    Caught on camera: thieves steal Māori battalion taonga from Waitangi Treaty Grounds

    The kauri gum treasure was on display when it was swiped in broad daylight, even as other visitors explored Te Rau Aroha museum in Waitangi. (Source: 1News)

    Police are investigating the brazen theft of a Māori battalion taonga from Te Rau Aroha Museum at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.

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  17. The Argentinian people’s decision to opt for Milei’s brand of “anarcho-capitalism” is not surprising, given it represents radical change from decades of big and highly centralised government. Peronist parties, first coming to power under Juan Domingo Perón (1945-1954), have dominated Argentine politics ever since, including from the shadows during military rule. It has done this through an alliance of both left and right: trade unions and big business and an effective party machine with tentacles across the country and networks of party bosses who ran a plethora of welfare programmes.
    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/125337/new-argentinian-president-javier-milei-promises-%E2%80%98take-chainsaw%E2%80%99-country%E2%80%99s

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