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  1. Meh… it’s like the queers party, no cnut here.
    Purchased a 2-bedroom condo today trendsetters. Huntys on the move just down the road.
    1km from Nai Harn Beach. $150K freehold. Marriage break up couple of Russians.👌 🤷‍♂️

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  2. TAH@0510

    In answer to your question ;’What’s a Queers Party like’?

    Alcohol, grass, lawn mowers, small children, each other and other people’s money (In very large quantities).

    In NZ it’s known as the ‘Labour Party’

    Thanks for asking.

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    • Yep yep it certainly sounds that way to me also. Liarbor Party all the way, greens too and maybe Maori Party as well.

      Today is the big start of the new government I hope they all hit the floor running this morning all those new ministers, I do wish they were like the new Guy from South America who has ripped all the names of ministries off the board and absolutely reduced numbers of ministries. He was on Dr Malone’s messages to email Sunday fun this morning. Love how he has reduced the ministries to very few I hope it works out for him.
      Have a great day everyone and be careful.

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      • Yep, Lizzie, a new day and the Labour, Greens, Maori Party and the MSM will be changing their tune from 9 years of neglect, to one day of neglect. Tomorrow will be two days of neglect.

        Apart from that, they will be frothing at the bung that their anti social policies are to be rapidly overturned. The meltdown will be fun to watch.

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          • Show some sympathy Sooty – most of those outgoing labour MPs are headed for the benefit and those evil Nats have said that they will be penalised if they turn down work.

            Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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          • Sooty, don’t be so naive. So many Labour MP’s got voted out when the Voters told them they were a useless bunch of arseholes and to naff off, on 4th October. But the pay did not stop then, nor will it stop today. Oh no. It stops 4 months from 4th October.

            So Hipkins the Hypocrite will be on his former PM’s salary for some time yet. The trough is deep and oh so bountiful.

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  3. Tommy Robinson, arrested, pepper sprayed and beaten for walking in his capital city ,tyrannical pigs are at it again, migrant rapists and violent anti Israeli white morons are immune from similar pig treatments especially in London .

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  4. According to Tuku (clack bunt racist) Morgan the Natives are about to “take to the streets and fight” ,this will be a great chance for the new government to put an exact number of the lazy permanently unemployed bludgers ,grifters, solo mothers ,criminals and benefit thieves there actually are in this country, the other 95% of Maori will be to busy working to provide a life for their families to get involved in this coming clown show .
    As usual the pigs will do nothing if trouble breaks out .

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  5. Pfizer Failed to Disclose Risks of Preterm Birth and Neonatal Death to Pregnant Women in RSV Vaccine Trial
    A BMJ investigation revealed Pfizer was studying preterm births as an “adverse event of special interest” in RSV trial, but didn’t inform pregnant participants.
    Pfizer failed to inform pregnant women participating in its clinical trial for the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine that the clinical trial of a similar vaccine by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) was halted after a safety signal revealed a potential risk of preterm births leading to neonatal deaths.
    Even though Pfizer knew about the potential safety signal and was studying preterm births as an “adverse event of special interest,” it continued to enroll women in its clinical trial and did not fully inform participants of the risks the vaccine may pose to their babies—and in some cases, provided misleading and contradictory statements, according to an investigation by The BMJ.

    “The BMJ article demonstrates Pfizer’s continued disregard for the law and patient choice,” attorney Thomas Renz told The Epoch Times in an email. “The entire point of informed consent is to ensure a patient can make a decision based on all available information. Rather than embracing the Nuremberg Code and American laws and regulations, Pfizer seems to view informed consent as a barrier to sales—something that causes vaccine hesitancy or drug hesitancy.”

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/pfizer-failed-to-disclose-risks-of-preterm-birth-and-neonatal-death-to-pregnant-women-in-rsv-vaccine-trial-5534185?utm_source=top5noe&src_src=top5noe&utm_campaign=top5-2023-11-26&src_cmp=top5-2023-11-26&utm_medium=email&est=QREYBftatEDykB9w0g%2F%2F8AlUIdRK8YWrU7TteRco5QrxPydtoU%2F73dNf6OPyzrE%3D

    FDA Signs Off on Pfizer’s RSV Vaccine, Despite Safety Risk
    The FDA Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) in May discussed Pfizer’s clinical trial data and an analysis published by the FDA. The analysis showed no increase in preterm births in high-income countries and a numerical increase in upper-middle-income countries driven by South Africa.

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  6. Pfizer has sued the government of Poland for alleged failure to buy 60 million contracted doses of its COVID-19 vaccine, according to reports and Polish officials.

    A spokesperson for Poland’s health ministry, Iwona Kania, told local news outlet TVN24 on Thursday that over a year of negotiations failed to yield a compromise over tens of millions of contracted doses that Poland doesn’t want to buy—and so Pfizer has filed a lawsuit.

    Pfizer’s civil suit, filed earlier this week in Brussels, Belgium, demands that the Polish government pay roughly $1.5 billion for the 60 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine that Polish authorities said last year they no longer want to purchase, according to Polish news outlet Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, which was the first to report on the terms of the suit.

    While Polish government officials have said that they hope there’s still a chance that the lawsuit might end in some kind of a settlement, for now, it appears that Warsaw’s 19-month struggle to back out of the deal—or modify the terms of the contract with Pfizer—is heading for a courtroom battle.

    Polish authorities have justified their refusal to buy the contracted doses by the massive financial burden the country has suffered due to the influx of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine.

    Poland has taken in more Ukrainian refugees than any other European country amid the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/world/pfizer-sues-poland-because-it-doesnt-want-to-buy-more-covid-19-vaccines-5535469?utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoe&src_src=Aomorningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2023-11-26&src_cmp=Aomb-2023-11-26&utm_medium=Aoemail&cta_utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoecta&est=B5R7%2BR0v5i0%2F9zgH48pmoaC%2Fzdf0%2BRkoYzgo8ZOq6FYT2Us0I1WMbdaAVfZlIKA%3D

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  7. so the bullshit starts.

    Bring in the advisors and let slip a bit about the n8imbers of buracrats ging.

    Oh dear, its the old story. Nothig is ever what it seems.

    Willis is also public service minister and told the NZ Herald she was yet to have her first briefing with Public Service Commissioner Peter Hughes. She said she would be asking Hughes for advice on how much discretion ministers had to assess the performance of their chief executives and to hold them accountable for it.

    On Q+A yesterday, Seymour said the scale of the public service cuts was yet to be determined, but agreed it could be in the ballpark of about 8000 back office and bureaucratic jobs. Seymour had pushed for the public service to return to 2017 levels: meaning 15,000 jobs would go. However, the final coalition agreement settled on a less rigid formula to reduce non-essential back office roles.

    Willis is also public service minister and told the NZ Herald she was yet to have her first briefing with Public Service Commissioner Peter Hughes. She said she would be asking Hughes for advice on how much discretion ministers had to assess the performance of their chief executives and to hold them accountable for it.

    On Q+A yesterday, Seymour said the scale of the public service cuts was yet to be determined, but agreed it could be in the ballpark of about 8000 back office and bureaucratic jobs. Seymour had pushed for the public service to return to 2017 levels: meaning 15,000 jobs would go. However, the final coalition agreement settled on a less rigid formula to reduce non-essential back office roles.

    If you get made a minister and you haven’t already got your finger o the facts then asking the Public Service to give you advice is certainly a fail.
    and they are not even sworn in yet.

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  8. Police minister says ‘clear conversation’ with commissioner Coster is coming

    New Police Minister Mark Mitchell will not be drawn on whether he will expect Police Commissioner Andrew Coster to offer his resignation – while Coster has signalled he has no intention of doing so.

    In the past, Mitchell has criticised Coster’s leadership and approach to policing. Law and order was a key campaign platform for National as gang violence and ram raids dominated headlines in recent years.

    Mitchell has staked his own job on delivering, saying he would resign if people did not feel safer on his watch.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/police-minister-mark-mitchell-says-clear-conversation-with-police-commissioner-andrew-coster-is-coming/WOD3MKW2EVD6XC2DOIVVVTRMPA/

    We will see how that goes.
    Perhaps Coster will feel better supported than he was.
    He was unfortunately knowbled by his relationships because IMHO he is better cop with better organization and priority skills than most of the previous ones. The police are certainly well up with theIT, not so good with the training and so on.
    Time will tell. A better boss may well maketh the man.

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    • What???!!! “Coster will feel better supported…….” “A better boss may well maketh the man”. No,no,no,no,no! Coster is a bent cop and a man with a very black heart. No redeeming features. He should be in jail.

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        • Yes I did, Lizziep. I agree with everything you say here – and in your earlier post – about the police. And the memory of Coster unleashing his thug “police” officers on the protesters in Wellington, brutally assaulting them, is indelibly imprinted in my mind.

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      • Sadly I have to explain to supposedly aware people.
        If the Board and its Directors (in this case the Labour Party and the rest of the govt. ) (which didn’t include Matt),) tell the CEO what he has to do, then he does it. Rightly or wrongly that’s what they do and have no option..

        Perhaps Coster was in this poisition do you think? given the pressure applied to him and others by people like Cindy and Mallard and indeed many of the arseholes YOU HAVE JUST REELECTED.

        How is this any different?
        A better Board of Directors (in this case the New govt.) may give him better directives on which he can act.

        It’s not fucking rocket science. It could be I’m wrong but we don’t know so lets so how it rolls. wHich is what I also said.

        NO GO AWAY AND GIVE YOURSELVES SOME BETTER BRAIN FOOD CAUSE YOU BLOODY WELL NEED IT.

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        • I’m sorry you feel like that, Viking, but there’s no need to make offensive remarks about my intelligence. Just because I doubt Coster is redeemable in any way (and, yes, I considered what you said about him before I posted my opinion) does not make my brain power deficient.

          An honourable man, when commanded to execute an agenda which flew in the face of everything he had signed up for and was clearly abhorrent to him, would have resigned in disgust. But not Coster. He chose to take the money and run with it.

          I have absolutely no time for “They made me do it!” as an excuse, which is why I posted my comment. Quite frankly I think – with my excellent powers of critical thinking – that you are a very decent man at heart but a tad naive. And I hope that whatever has been getting on your wick and making you uncharacteristically rude of late is soon. resolved.

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      • I guiess you have a profession assessment of his work and ability have you.
        Please put it up for all of us to read.
        Thats a fair thing
        If you can’t then all you are yapping on about is your own hurty opinions.

        Produce the goods and not just your gossip..

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  9. Read through the ACT and NZ first tripartite coalition agreements. Interesting to see the transparency. Some of it grates (bending over for international finance – act?), but most is good. Needs more cultural traditionalism. Got myself a checklist. For public interest though, we should sue to see the Māori, Labour, Green agreement, so that history never repeats. That they hid it, speaks volumes.

    What’s with the giggly S&M pet clause? If Seymour had a wife and kids, he would not come over as a weirdo.

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  10. Ha Bomber makes an interesting point about the King of Utu:

    “The best part of Winston being the new Foreign Minister? He is now Trevor Mallards Boss, the same Trevor Mallard who attempted to trespass Winston from Parliament.”

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    • 1 hour in each probably not enough either, let alone 20 minutes each.

      Next time Government falls from inevitably bowing to corporate greed all these laws can be just skittled again. We need at least one more level check and balance for new LAW. Changing laws like traffic lights is really bad.

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        • There will be another change in government, who knows why. Laws should be harder to pass, easier to just delete. Perhaps they should all come with expiry dates. Repeal the entire legislative nonsense machine.

          Why is education at the beck and call or, whim of politics? It should be a parents prime directive, and the government can stay the hell out of it. Is it the Union stranglehold on teachers salaries? Perhaps that needs to cut off at the root.

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          • As a Libertarian I would take education out of state control. Parents would receive a tax cut to pay for private education or create their own private education collectives. Charter Schools are a step in the right direction. I’m thinking of all those kids who missed out on education over the last six years thanks to those fuckwit Marxists.

            Of course, parents would then be responsible for the quality of their kids education.

            The question is whether the state should still run a skeleton education system for kids who’s parents don’t give a stuff about them or what they learn..

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          • Yesterday Thomas Sewell was in a clip. In the US Public School system they are able to run Charter Schools on the same premises as the Education Union run Public Schools. Same community of kids attending either one or the other. The difference in achievement was extraordinary. 100% pass rate of maths exam at Charter School and all with high marks while those attending the union run Public Schools only 60% managed a pass.

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          • Given the state of parenting I disagree

            The bias in this area falls to women – 40% +of kids grow up in women-run households with – maybe – male input, part-time.
            A result of biased Family court orders.

            So the discretion is with women who are known to be more left leaning .
            in 2020 70% 0f women voted what we know to be ‘hard left’ in NZ and a great wrecking ball was swung.
            This was after 3 hideous years of non or under-delivery.
            They are not rational.
            So No Way to parental control here.

            The 1950s had it right.
            Then feminism leaked into Government departments
            This is the problem.
            The NZ Education Dept is fueled by feminism, oestrogen and Marxism.
            Moving control to mainly women to decide is not fixing the problem.

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      • I said all that yesterday
        Viking November 26, 2023 At 8:16 am

        Thanks for that WG.
        When Trump takes over again that will change the world.
        It will show so many nations that big or small they can be great, can treat their citizens and other nations with respect.
        It will show people that they can rid their countries of the nasty and the people of the world can be friends.
        I belonged to Lions International for 21 years and always the theme was about helping other people and the communities we lived in. I met so many people from many countries all with the same respect for their fellow human beings.
        In NZ (and other countries suspect), the totalarians took over and have destroyed all of that with their control of everything even sopping Santa parades and giving kids lollies.

        They have created fear and control.

        They have continued that with the covid message.
        They continue that by removing property rights and so on.
        That’s what always attracted me to ACT, especially when Rodney was there.
        Seymour was on to the job until he allowed himself to be hoodwinked, controlled, whatever over the jabs.
        He failed to do proper due diligence and swallowed to lot hook line and ballast weight.

        Worse he has failed to accept he was wrong and say sorry despite many urging him to do so. ( Including many in his party).

        I could live with that if it was genuine.
        But he won’t because the power to him was more important than his basic principle towards his fellow citizens.
        Thats why his result was not what it could have been.

        HE FORGOT AND GAVE UP ON HIS MOST CORE VALUE.

        And that’s the values that Trump expouses.
        Like him or not based on your perceived image of his past, gained mostly from the controllers who influence the “news”,
        These videos show what its all about.

        When Trump returns to the White House and we stop killing people in other countries we shall see a change in the world leadership.
        The Trudeau’s, will be gone along with all their mates in other countries and organizations like the UN..
        The religious will be out in their place, not as rulers of the world and its wealth but as a place of solace to those who need it.

        The Vikings will rule again.

        The big question will be who will do this in NZ, Australia, and China and Iran and Israel. We can already see it happening in Europe, it has been ongoing for sometime in Russia, despite what the CIA and its controllers and sycophants have told you.
        It is happening in the Americas. Will it ever happen in South Africa and its neighbours? I don’t know. Its seriously too tribal and will take aTrump like person and not a Mandela to change that country.
        It can happen as Putin has shown.

        Who do we have in NZ that fits the personality type to achieve greatness again?
        We have any amount of controllers and religious and power hungry that get emprty tanks but just who can provide us with the leadership necessary to Make NZ Great Again?

        Becuase we were the best little country in the world, once.

        Mkae you suggestions in the comments.
        (without being rude I might add.)

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  11. Very interesting morning for this Country boy. In Christchurch yesterday, last night and now at Hornby Mall. One person sitting on pavement with a sign saying times are tough, God Bless. Two others walked past carrying homeless sign and went to other side. . Then one disappeared and then one walked a long way to get a bag and chair to go with his sign,and back to his side of the carpark.

    Update. Now 2more on the far side to make 5. They are reasonably young.

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  12. A Pakistani dies in a car crash. He opens his eyes a millisecond later and finds himself at the pearly gates. He thinks “shit, all my life I have prayed to Allah and it turns out the bloody Christians were right!”
    He thinks some more and decides what he must do.
    Eventually, the gates swing open and Saint Peter says “ my child, how can I help you?”
    The Pakistani guy goes down on his knees, throws his arms in the air and proclaims “I have come for Jesus”.
    Saint Peter turns round, cups his hands round his mouth and shouts
    “JESUS, YOU’RE TAXI’S HERE”

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    • Like all good investments DYOR.
      If you had listened to all the doom and gloom merchants over the years, Bitcoin was always going to be a flop. But it’s still here. These regulations are needed to weed out the cowboys, but like most regulators, they end up going to far.
      I follow a couple of news feeds daily, and the one thing overregulation has done in the US is stiffle the development of good ideas in the crypto space. All it’s done is send these developers out of the country.
      With all the billions of dollars just waiting for the SEC to approve the investing products aimed at crypto, it’s going to be interesting to see how high these prices will go.
      Like all investments, when you have this huge amount of money chasing a very limited number of tokens (there is only ever going to be 21 million bitcoin) you can see which way the price will go.
      My prediction is for a Bitcoin price of over $150,000 within a very short time of the SEC approving their use.
      I read today that Argentina is looking at making Bitcoin their sovereign currency just like El Salvador did last year.

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      • And yet
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        Brazil and Argentina recently announced their intention to create a new common currency, to be called the sur (South) . The plan seeks to create a new value unit that facilitates trade between the two regional heavyweights, reducing dependence on the U.S. dollar.
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        This was of course before the regime change last week.
        This is AFAIR a trial to establish a EURO type currency under BRICS.
        To be ironed out and expanded later.

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      • i see bitcoin being absolutely worthless, its only driven by speculation, it only functions due to the lure of mining bitcoins so whats the attraction once the 21mil are dispensed?
        its too shit to be used as a currency so its only real function is to be a ponzi. at least other cryptos have more going for them then bitcoin does and far more real world applications.

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        • Agreed.

          Most people who praise crypto, don’t understand crypto or the failings of crypto blockchain, through its lack of accountability, transaction integrity, and control by what is effectively AI.

          And Bitcoin is not safer because it is open source. Every time I get a tech nerd talking about Bitcoin being safe because the code is “open source” I always ask:

          “Have read the source code?”
          “No”

          “Have you met in person any of the coders?”
          “No”

          “Have spoken to the coders?”
          “No”

          “If Bitcoin is so safe because it is made with blockchain and no-one can hack blockchain, how come Bitcoin exchanges are constantly getting hacked and funds stolen?”
          “Dunno”

          “And why once hacked, you can’t get your funds back? If blockchain is so secure, why does it get hacked?
          “Dunno”

          The underlying principles behind blockchain are hundreds of years old. Except that it is now managed by AI. What could possibly go wrong?

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        • whats the attraction once the 21mil are dispensed?
          It’s rarity.
          Imagine a commodity so rare that there will never be any more. What price would that be worth?
          You can take your total net worth with you and know the govt cannot take it off you.
          Gold used to have the same use, but try and take your net worth in gold every where you go.

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      • Invest in Bitcoin?

        What are you investing in?

        Something you can eat?
        Something you plant and raise food?
        Something you can build a house on?
        Something you can wear around your neck and impress the natives?
        Something you can use in electronics manufacture?

        No, No, No, No, No.

        The only value Bitcoin has as an investment, is the promise or idea that you can sell your bitcoins to someone else at a higher price.

        I.E. a Ponzi scheme. And Ponzi schemes have to show a return to keep the punters hooked.

        But rest assured if you were as evil as those that are creating the great reset, you would make millions/billions every single week, by “pump and dump, rinse and repeat.”

        Who do you think creates the large rises and large falls in the price of bitcoin, in the tens of percent overnight?

        In its current form it is worthless, and yes you can make money, at this time, but many don’t. They are just fattening the wallets of the same people that have been manipulating money for hundreds of years.

        Forget Argentina, Bitcoin is useless as a currency. In its current form, it is just another tool in the arsenal of the great reset.

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        • “The only value Bitcoin has as an investment, is the promise or idea that you can sell your bitcoins to someone else at a higher price.

          I.E. a Ponzi scheme. And Ponzi schemes have to show a return to keep the punters hooked.”

          So like residential real estate except it’s not funded with debt.

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      • Though I do have doubts about the concept of Brics developing a common currency, & may still too early too really tell.
        It is that some of those countries are not always running on the truth on how they do things.
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        The only thing is that the talk is based on gold, that is if one can find what shell it is under in the different countries. Then it may work.
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        So Argentina with its new President has good cause to take stock.
        After all it is best for each country to really inquire & know what they are buying into.
        .
        ….However, Russia’s RIA news agency cited Diana Mondino, an economist tipped to become foreign minister in the administration of Argentina’s newly-elected Javier Milei, as saying that her country would not now join the BRICS group. ….
        .
        …… “We don’t understand what the benefit (of joining BRICS) is for Argentina at the moment.
        If it later turns out that there is a benefit, we will analyze it,” she told the RIA news agency. ….

        https://www.reuters.com/world/china-reaffirms-support-new-nations-joining-brics-argentina-signals-rejection-2023-11-20/
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        It is the hope of the bitcoin CEO which seems to be evolving into a corporate form that Argentina falls their way.
        .
        …. El Salvador made history when it adopted bitcoin as legal tender just over two years ago in a radical experiment that’s forced it to ride the bitcoin roller coaster.
        https://www.forbes.com/sites/digital-assets/2023/11/23/el-salvador-bitcoin-advisor-reveals-2024-argentina-adoption-plan/?sh=12084c602cfd
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        Always good to increase the demand for bitcoin! 🙂
        Just as people can chase after tulips or vaxxes, or houses, better than cigarettes ? ? with FOMA.

        Will it bring a discipline to a country finances? & are there any consequences, good or bad that will flow into the economy & the running of the country?

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  13. A man was wheeling himself frantically down the hall of the
    hospital in his wheelchair, just before his operation.

    A nurse stopped him and asked, “What’s the matter?”

    He said, “I heard the nurse say, ‘It’s a very simple
    operation, don’t worry. I’m sure it will be all right.'”

    “She was just trying to comfort you.  What’s so
    frightening about that?”

    “She wasn’t talking to me.  She was talking to the doctor!”

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    • Swiss.
      The greatest whitewashing in all history.

      Oh they are such niiiice people, good boyz, care about the world, help little old ladies cross the road etc etc
      They did not know they were storing money for despots, thieves, dictators, warlords etc
      The $5 Billion plus for Ferdinand Marcos; well hell we thought he was just a really good saver starting with a POSB account and only his wife spent money -on a couple of shoes.

      Yodelling Nazis. is more like it .

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  14. From the FSU here is the arrest of Auckland lawyer Lucy in her own words.
    First test for Mark Mitchell?

    “Yesterday at about 5pm I was arrested on Queen Street for peacefully protesting a pro-Palestine rally. I had popped out to grab coffee after being in a work meeting for the afternoon and I saw the protest occurring on Queen Street. I walked into a nearby shop, purchased an A2 piece of paper and wrote “SELECTIVE CONDEMNATION OF GENOCIDE IS EVIL” on it with a marker pen. I then stood on the pavement on Queen Street as the protesters walked past and held the sign above my head. I was silent and peaceful, and several metres away from them.
    Immediately I was accosted by a group of nearby police officers who grabbed my sign off me and tore it up. They physically manhandled me and attempted to push me away from where I was standing.
    They refused to give my sign back and threatened to arrest me for breach of the peace and failing to comply with the lawful order of a police officer if I didn’t move on. As a criminal defence lawyer I was unfazed by this because I knew that I wasn’t breaking any law. (I was not carrying an Israeli flag or any other indication of being pro-Israel and because they had taken my sign there was no indication at this point what my views even were. I was just another person on the street.) It was then that the cops grabbed me from behind, handcuffed me and arrested me. All of this is on video. They then locked me in a police van.
    One thing I found disturbing is that the cops were completely unfazed at me recording their police ID numbers or at arresting me even when they knew I had the means to identify them. They let me go as soon as I undertook not to return on that day. (I explained that I was only prepared to make such an undertaking because I had to get back to a work meeting, and that otherwise I would gladly stay in their van.) This shows that they didn’t care whether they had any chance of successfully prosecuting me or not. They even offered to give me information on how to lay a complaint.”

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    • What happened to Lucy is interesting given the Posy Parker situation and what happened when I marched with Julian Batchelor’s group in Wellington. In our case the Police basically accepted there were two points of view held passionately by each group but just acted to keep the two groups apart –ie. in my view the Police did a great job on that occasion.

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    • The NZ poo lice have sold out.
      This occurred in the 1990s

      Teina Pora
      David Doughtery
      Even earlier with Alan Hall
      David Tamihere was convicted on made up shit -whether guilty or not
      They moved Rob Pope to Picton after the deaths of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope to get a conviction — at any price, get someone.
      The corruption runs deep
      Pope was deep sixed ten years later.

      And no revision.
      The Teina Pora was plain as day years ago but they would not budge.
      NZ poo lice motto- better hundreds of falsely accused people are and remain in prison than we get exposed for faking it.

      When people do get released after massive media scum campaigns are run against them – the actual victims of crooked coppery – orchestrated by the Filth- the compensation comes from the taxpayer, not the crooked cops.
      They are never pulled up.
      Whenever John Hughes was attached, deep layers of slime and sleaze was attached. He was on A.A. Thomas 1970s and in charge of the Swedish backpackers dbl murder.

      The book Beyond Reasonable Doubt re Arthur Allan Thomas, was telling. I never read the book but watched the movie twice.
      The telling part was the crooked cops were in a bus outside court actively plotting against Thomas in real time during court proceeding.
      If they had a valid case there would have been no need.

      The pool to draw the next commissioner from is so tainted we need to do what NSW did in the 1990s and go outside.
      Sadly the shithole England is not an option.
      Canada is not an option.
      Possibly the Australian Federal Police ; but not their State police pool.

      Virtually no good comes from the deeply corrupt NZ poo lice.
      They are merely political operatives that have thrived under a PRO crime utterly crooked 6 years of Liebour.

      Warning: Stasi in training.

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    • As a theory,
      Perhaps they knew who she was and like so many were tired of being told to arrest people that they knew were not causing any problem
      Maybe this is the wage earners way to get their bosses attention to the orders to do so.
      It seems to emminate from Auckland HQ.

      Might be a good thing to toss out the top toss pot there. Bet its a bloody woman.

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  15. Opinions on Luxon’s ability to lead National voters to the Promised Land vary. His odds as seen by the Daily Blog:

    ……..”Like his hero Jesus, Luxon has allowed himself to be ritualistically humiliated and crucified by Winston so that he could return from the dead to form a Government. He looks like a frightened virgin at an orgy. His tactics during the negotiating process were deeply flawed and he is clearly out of his depth. Luxon was supposed to be the great deal maker. The internal rage within National’s High Command at how he has mishandled the entire negotiation process has opened enormous private concerns about his ability to do the job, indeed the only reason Winston and David are 100% certain they are signing up to this is because they’ve witnessed Luxon’s incompetence first hand and know they can run rings around him and get more by exploiting him than they ever dreamed possible. Possibly the weakest National Party Leader ever in NZ history.”……

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  16. The Greens feel the pain. The rest of us, apart from Climate Change Crazies, are rejoicing. I bet the Greens go quiet should a major oil field be found.

    But it begs the question. ” Will Kiwis eventually put these people back in power? Even given the devastation they have previously caused this country?” The answer is yes. Kiwis are thick and believe a leopard can change its spots.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/11/27/greens-urge-new-govt-to-keep-offshore-oil-gas-exploration-ban/

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    • No Ronnie, Kiwi’s are not thick. 50% of New Zealanders maybe in the category of thick, dense or dumb, by the Law of Averages. On a First Past the Post Electoral method, the Greens would never see the light of day again, but with MMP, there is a distinct possibility they will show up and try to fuck this country over again.

      After all, it was the Greens and Rod Donald who pushed so hard to have MMP introduced, which since 1996, has been their sole saviour.

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  17. The next defeat for the WHO. Slovakia also rejects the pandemic treaty.

    Robert W Malone, MD
    @RWMaloneMD

    Not only that, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico is slaughtering all the regime’s sacred cows:
    – Discrimination against unvaccinated people
    – Ukrainian war
    – Censorship
    -WHO

    Things aren’t looking good for the WHO either. There are now four countries that are rejecting the pandemic treaty

    — New Zealand
    — Slovakia
    — Estonia
    — Slovenia

    When will Germany finally follow suit?

    https://twitter.com/MrJonasDanner/status/1728754327873851693

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  18. Expired with Dr. Clare Craig
    https://youtu.be/AFA5fTeAJno
    1 hour 22 minutes : 27th November 2023 : Doctor John Cambell.

    Have you ever felt the covid story did not entirely add up?
    “Expired: The Untold Story” contains multiple eye-opening revelations about covid with compelling evidence that provides a coherent, sober and clear explanation that better fits the data we have so far.
    .
    Meticulous research by pathologist Dr Clare Craig sheds light on the largely overlooked evidence of airborne virus transmission, examining twelve related beliefs on spread, lockdowns, asymptomatic infections, and masks.
    In addition, Expired champions the importance of Western ethical principles, damaged by pandemic actions and calls for their restoration.
    .
    The covid debate has proved incredibly polarising.
    One side believed every intervention was saving lives, while the other emphasised the harms caused.
    .
    Biased modelling based on a worst-case scenario led to fearful assumptions presented as fact.
    By dint of sheer repetition these ‘facts’ became unquestionable.
    .
    Those scientists who dared to question were proclaimed dangerous. Welcome to Cloud-Covid-Land.
    Let’s bring back nuance. It’s time to return to reality.”

    Her book can be found here and there are reviews.
    https://www.amazon.com/Expired-untold-Dr-Clare-Craig/dp/1739344707

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  19. Well things are getting a little tense over at the CesspitStandard.
    You get a formal warning if you suggest the new govt may go two terms!

    Commenter A
    27 November 2023 at 10:57 am
    “We must and should be a climate leader”
    Well we all know we can bend over and kiss that idea goodbye for at least the next three years

    Reply
    Commenter B
    27 November 2023 at 11:00 am
    three six years

    .
    ANGRY MOD:
    [Stop trolling. This is your warning – Incognito]

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  20. Having a lunch break and saw an interview with Shane Jones by the fagg Matty MCclain ,here’s a proposal and I’m very serious about it, let’s boot the blowhard Wellington maggot to the curb and put Jones in charge of NZ 1st, I am impressed with him and that surprised me greatly as I’ve always seen him as pompous academic with a love of pornography at someone else’s expense.

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  21. You watch wee willie wanky, the jungle bunny with as much indigenous blood as seymour, luxon and Paula Bennett, will jump up on his hind legs and make a big song and dance about the maori world come crashing down! Well maybe the elite world will and he’s definitely one of them!

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  22. NZ police are going the same way with DEI too.

    UK police seem completely helpless with cultural enrichers.
    What do you think?

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728349813941719276
    1 min 56 secs :

    The problem becomes even more apparent in the USA. ?

    Diversity quotas are our strength!
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728019626330673617
    2 mins 55 secs : Radio communication starts at 1 min 8 secs

    Which makes them even more authorative in following commands from Mayor Khan.

    Tommy Robinson having breakfast, but police are not so happy.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728751098700124633
    5 mins 07 :

    Tommy Robinson – Arrested by Khans
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728769836203827577
    7 mins : 27th November 2023 :

    Notice the difference in the police sent to take Tommy Robinson.
    Then why with those numbers do that to Tommy Robinson

    A whole battalion for one man.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728835312905007357
    1 mins 45 secs :

    So one can see signs that Tommy R was pepper/tear gas sprayed.
    Seems to be no treatment either.

    Being Tommy Robinson, they send the whole squad, pepper spray you, and drag you away.
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1728772518910333276
    21 secs :

    When they know they are weak, then they turn & become very vindictive, where ever they are.

    All strength to you Tommy.
    Many around the world are watching, noting things in their countries too.!
    Figuring and seeing that we also have to hold firm, in so many different ways.

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  23. bwahahaha this white maori is a bit late to the party…
    https://www.thepress.co.nz/nz-news/350118857/ngai-tahus-new-kaiwhakahaere-next-generation?cx_testId=1&cx_testVariant=cx_1&cx_artPos=0&utm_source=localised_module#cxrecs_s

    fuck off white maori, your job and grift is now obselete and your input isnt wanted or needed so best you start weaving baskets or hocking of greenstone if you wana make a buck out of being a bro.

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  24. Rates rises and job cuts likely as Auckland Council faces budget
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/11/27/rates-rises-and-job-cuts-likely-as-auckland-council-faces-budget/

    Auckland’s mayor is signalling more rates rises will be needed as the city faces “big financial challenges” to maintain infrastructure and pay for public transport.

    Earlier this year, Auckland Council put rates up by 7.7% as part of a plan to plug its $375 million budget hole, including about $50m for storm costs.

    The council said rates could increase by 13.75% next year, as it looks to once again balance the books.

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  25. sack this pos principal, clearly hes part of the problem.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/11/27/thats-not-how-people-learn-principal-on-govts-education-plan/
    focusing on reading writing math etc worked well and most students had no problems learning until a few decades ago when they veered away from it and started lowering student standards and teaching quality.
    the education system used to be setup to cater for average and above average students, the dumb fucks still learned things. now its setup to cater for the dumbest fuck in the class and just drags the rest down.

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  26. I’m guilty.
    Watched 3 out of curiosity following today’s swearing in.
    Hard to describe the response of that woman Lynch .
    What a disgusting display . I don’t know who she thinks she is.
    Didn’t like the truth about media funding and tried to explain how impartial they are.
    There had to accentuate the special language thinking they are in charge.
    That’s it for local media.

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  27. I think these folk know the Trump train isn’t stopping.

    Members of Congress Head for the Exits, Many Citing Dysfunction

    More than three dozen members of Congress have announced they will not seek re-election next year, some to pursue other offices and many others simply to get out of Washington. Twelve have announced their plans just this month.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/members-congress-head-exits-many-155851079.html

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  28. A good article, though a bit long, with many points arising from how the riots in Ireland are being framed.
    So the Irish government can have much more suppression & censor ship powers in “empowering hate speech laws” so the government can believe it can figure out what you think, in just being.

    … The mentality of Ireland’s ruling class holds that Ireland needs a better class of Irishman—and if he comes from abroad, has brown or black skin, and is entirely alien to the once-insular island’s traditions and way of life, well, hooray for that.
    The mentality of the ruling class in most European countries is what Sir Roger Scruton called oikophobic: hatred of one’s own people.
    They combine this with a crass materialism, as seen in the Irish Times headline, that frames abandoning one’s own culture as a good way to get rich. …….
    .
    …… In just the last 20 years, the population of Ireland has increased from four million to almost 5.3 million—a 30% increase in less than a single generation. Most of that is due to migration. ……
    .
    …… You see how this works. People are desperate to believe the media’s propaganda because it relieves them of their shame at their own impotence.
    The Soviet Union’s propagandists made a point of highlighting and exaggerating crime and other social problems in the West, because it was necessary to distract the Soviet people from both the failures of their own government, and their own inability to change things.
    The same kind of thing is happening now, throughout the West. …..
    .
    ….. What if they woke up and realized that they are governed by people who hate them, and who want to train them to hate themselves? ….

    https://europeanconservative.com/articles/commentary/the-phantom-menace-of-the-irish-far-right/.

    Will the Irish rise up, to become more truly independent, or will the government be able to put them down.
    The catch there is how much support will the Irish government be able to garner from the British, and the EU. in the near future.

    New Zealand would seem to be a lot more behind Ireland in getting to where things are loaded up in Ireland.
    But the systems are ready to go in New Zealand; just in abeyance for now.

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  29. Oh no! Nobody tell Phil the Hooker
    that I’m posting late AGAIN.

    The Waimate banjo and moonshine
    enthusiast, obviously cannot understand
    that there is a time difference between
    NZ and Aussie.

    It is 7.00 PM here Phil.

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  30. Komata and Ah.
    further to the issue of cleaning ships I was sent its.

    Cleaning ships: What’s involved in meeting New Zealand’s strict biofoul thresholds

    11:59 am on 4 January 2023

    Niva Chittock, Reporter
    Bay Underwater Services divers cleaning a ship’s hull.

    Bay Underwater Services divers cleaning a ship’s hull. Photo: Bay Underwater Services NZ Limited / Supplied

    Some divers in the Bay of Plenty spent their Christmas cleaning algae and barnacles from ships off the coast of Tauranga.

    There has been an increase in demand for the work due to a shortage of international cleaning facilities and stricter biofoul thresholds.

    Just last week, cruise ship Viking Orion chose to leave New Zealand waters to be cleaned when it only gained restricted port access due to the algae levels on its hull.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/business/481893/cleaning-ships-what-s-involved-in-meeting-new-zealand-s-strict-biofoul-thresholds?fbclid=IwAR05qSFWRdGD6mwu9kClW_3N0o_W42BcaxFP5eugRWv8P-WwBws0QmjE-0A

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  31. One of Act deputy leader Brooke van Velden’s early ministerial tasks will be to fill a vacancy at the Royal Commission into the Covid-19 response after one of its three commissioners quit.

    And who she appoints might inform how she broadens the commission’s terms of reference, which Act has previously criticised as too narrow.

    Commissioner and former National Party minister Hekia Parata finished up earlier this month for “personal reasons”, and it falls on van Velden, as the new Internal Affairs Minister, to replace her.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/fate-of-covid-19-response-inquiry-falls-to-acts-brooke-van-velden-as-commissioner-resigns-terms-of-reference-to-be-widened/LZZ7GW3M4VAZXOZWMRTUW4VMAY/

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