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  1. All of this is virtually ignored by the far left. I didn’t find mention of it in the Guardian UK.

    Freezing temperatures to grip UK as forecasters warn of rain and snow

    https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1685/#comment-371017

    Londoners will pay extra £35 million in heating bills because of ‘big freeze’
    https://www.standard.co.uk/business/london-heating-bills-big-freeze-cold-weather-gas-price-cap-winter-fuel-energy-b1124186.html

    Emergency shelters open for rough sleepers in London amid freezing temperatures
    The Severe Weather Emergency Protocol is activated when temperatures are so cold that rough sleeping could pose a risk to life
    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-rough-sleepers-emergency-shelter-homeless-sadiq-khan-b1123758.html

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  2. More incompetent news from Wellington CC on their basic infrastructure.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/12/03/objectionable-odour-in-wellington-prompts-complaints/
    ‘Objectionable odour’ in Wellington prompts complaints

    The Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) has received 43 complaints so far in November around the awful stench coming from the Seaview wastewater treatment plant.

    “While the biofilter media is being replaced, the plant operator is not consented to discharge offensive or objectionable odour beyond its boundary.”

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    • ……”According to the New York Post, Brendan has severe autism, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder and reactive explosive disorder.”…..

      Back in my day we used to call them ‘state house kids’.

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  3. Good morning everyone,
    Not raining yet but this climate change is causing all sorts of difficulties for any human to cope with. weather is what weather is, noting much one can do about it. Sadly we are in for a cloudy wet summer again so it seems, though the powers that be in the weather department disagree. Long hot summer, yeah right.
    Yep Kea that was a stinking beast, and for his mother to come on the news of some Chanel saying she fears for his safety, death sentence for him etc etc. . At no stage did she talk about the poor teacher who was beaten by this thug, he had many issues more than I have ever heard of????? . Time we stopped all the crap that is going on with all these kids. Harden up, if you do the crime do the time and get over yourselves. Expectations are so different now and like the meme says at the top of the page, hate speech to ask a thug/overstayer to stop stabbing you is now hate speech. FFS
    Have a safe day people.

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  4. hilarious how stupid iwi troughers think seymour wants to mess with the treaty… https://i.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/133361166/hap-breaks-silence-on-david-seymour-dont-ever-claim-that-you-are-ngti-rhia-if-you-want-to-tut-with-the-treaty

    NOTHING in the treaty is to be tinkered with or changed you greedy clack bunts. infact exactly the opposite and he wants it defined and enshrined in law exactly what the treaty says and means.

    i also find it quite interesting that the greedy iwi folk are niw claiming blood alone isnt enough and you must be accepted by fellow cuzi bros to be declared one… hmmmm so being maori is now just a feelz decision by other grifters?

    imo seymour needs to expand his treaty stuff to define what constitutes being maori…. getting a barcode tattoo or wearing a chunk of greenstone is about all it takes these days to transition from white coloniser to an oppressed maori needing handouts.

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    • The radical maori have easy adapted to Marxism. If you aren’t in TOTAL agreement with their beliefs/grifting you are agin them. Socialism is very tempting, what is yours is mine while what is mine is my own.

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    • SB, three things.

      I. Who gave the fat slug, Mana Epiha, the right to take someone’s heritage away?
      2. Is this fat slug Epiha, self appointed to the role of stripping peoples heritage away, or has he been subject to a Vote from the IWI to give him the power to strip peoples heritage away?
      3. Obvious Mr Epiha is of poor educational standards, for the art of comprehension with him is very low. Seymour is not “tutu”-ing with the Treaty. He is not touching the Treaty, or it’s wording. What Seymour is doing is seeking to clarify the “Principles” of the Treaty. That obviously is too difficult for this fat slug from up north, to comprehend.

      I would suggest, another self important fat Native slug who has no ability to carry out his threats.

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      • You would thing they have more pressing things to worry about. Like getting their own affairs in order. They still haven’t agreed on who will be their spokespersons at their Sealord deal acceptance. But are quite ready to tell everyone else how they should do things.

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        • Yep Ed, correct. Ngapuhi can not decide after all these years and after all the other IWI have long settled their Treaty claims, who will represent them at their Treaty negotiations. You would think after all these many, many years and lost opportunities, they would have got their act together but is seems jealousy, greed and infighting is still their natural state.

          I do see that the fat slug, Mana Epiha, employment is listed as – “Actor”. Says it all really.

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          • Ngapuhi, the tribe of the Far North cannot agree on who should represent them in Treaty of Waitangi negotiations.
            I think the way to fix that is to encourage new New Zealanders from India to settle in the Far North.
            Because, it seems to me that at present they have too many chiefs and not enough Indians.

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  5. the more logical response to nutter liz gunn and you other butthurt vax retard nutters moronic claims…
    https://www.igor-chudov.com/p/i-analyzed-the-leaked-nz-whistleblower

    you lot are so fucking stupid that you still havent worked out that if it comes from liz gunns mouth its complete and utter bullshit. i seriously dont know how you gullable fucks didnt end up falling over yourselves fighting to get your 10th boosters cuz if youre stupid and gullable enough to believe nutter gunn then you were definately stupid and gullable enough to believe cindy amd bloomfailed.

    liz gunn, hatchard, kirsch etc are just nutter grifters leading on gullable losers for their own gain.
    curious, starving etc will all be in hysterics denying reality but once again ill remind them and point out theyre gullable butthurt vax nutter losers.
    get over it, like kea your claims and predictions are 99% bullshit along with all the “evidence” you nutters post.

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    • I haven’t made up my mind one way or the other on the whistle blower’s info but had the government allowed these figures to be published from Day 1 we wouldn’t still be trying to figure out what went on.

      It’s the cover-up rather than the event that causes trouble.

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      • true that on the cover up/ hidden data but its probably some clause in the pfizer contract too so who knows where blame lies on that.

        imo both sides of the debate have lost all credibility, the nutters like liz gunn etc just need to stfu and piss off theyre doing more damage then good. the govt/moh need to be more transparent and put the actual and whole data set out to stop causing so much speculation and misinterpretion by nutters.

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    • havent bought meat (except chicken) from a supermarket for almost 10yrs. our meat will be far superior to the crap gullable meat puppets buy from shops.

      all the silage we do is for dairy farms so not where your soy milk comes from but yeah old daisy is probably what youre buying at a supermarket… certainly wont be good export quality stuff anyways.
      are you buying your overpriced rebranded rump steak again?

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        • you mean you cant afford real meat or decent cuts so you buy rump steak and call it a fancy name to make you feel better. go halves with someone in a whole cattlebeast, youll get 5x the meat for same cost in a supermarket and itll be far better meat.

          btw what happened to your canivore diet, werent you going to do a month of it or something?…. nutha lie and failure.

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          • “btw what happened to your canivore diet, werent you going to do a month of it or something?…. nutha lie and failure.”

            LOL – doesn’t think beef is carnivore. What a triggered retard.

            Your “fancy” cuts are tasteless. Like most people you actually don’t like the taste and texture of beef and want a soggy bland bit of meat with no fat.
            You can spot them easily as the things they will comment on are how tender it is and how little fat there was on it. Never the TASTE. My fatty cuts of rump are usually very tender but I don’t mind chewing. The taste is always amazing.

            Only pedophiles and communists don’t love rump steak.

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            • no dumbarse you started giving daily updates on your carnivore diet you had announced you were doing for x period of time but seemed to give up after a couple of days.

              btw numbnuts we get whole cattlebeast processed at once so we get all cuts of meat incl your precious rump. stupid boy likes the fattier more marbled cuts, the fat gives it the flavour and anyone that marinates a good cut of meat needs shot imo. even rump shouldnt be mainated unless its low quality chewy shit.
              rump dosent have as much intra muscular fat hence why you need to leave on that outer fat layer, fags and pedo folk would trim it off.

              mid jan we bowl over our next beefie, shes jiggling fat at the moment and gunna be superb eating. might grainfeed one next just for shits n giggles but only the steaks are good eating, roasts and even the mince are just too fatty once an animal gets above 4or 5 marble score so fark knows what id do with all that meat tho as it would be very spendy sausages.

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              • “seemed to give up after a couple of days.”
                You imagined that. Drug flash back do you think?

                “anyone that marinates a good cut of meat needs shot imo.”

                Yes it is disgusting. And the worst are marinades with any sugars in them of any kind. It burns before the meat sears. The pre marinated steaks are horrendous and even I can barely choke one down. Just like “premium cuts” they are a marketing thing for people who know nothing and can’t cook.

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      • eye fillet is about the most flavourless meat on a carcass. mrs sb knows not to feed that shit cut of meat to me, its a womans cut as no real man would waste their time and effort consuming it.
        when butchering deer the eye fillets go straight to the dogs.

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          • its a shit cut of meat but the dogs arent fussy.
            stupid jaffas wouldnt know where on a styrofoam tray the eye fillet is cut from, townies are easily fooled by marketing and wanked up tv cooking shows. im guessing like kea you dont eat rump steak but you loooove picanha?

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              • i think you mean ribeye not eye fillet. eye fillet is located on the inside of gut cavity tucked against the backbone near its arsehole.

                if youre talking ribeye then yes great cut, its mrs and mr stupid boys favourite but we’re not dumb shmucks that would pay stupid money for it.
                for 70-80 per kilo for ribeye youre buying average beef, probs dairy cow or unexportable beef.
                youre getting shit, get the gorse out ya pockets and buy some decent ribeye hunty, go for marble score 7+ and you wont regret it.

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        • Generally I never poke around in the guts of deer if I can help it. So I leave the silly eye fillets.

          It’s clear that many people base their steak opinions on what they have been told is good rather than what it actually is. Combined with eating a “premium” cut as some sort of imagined flex. Wanna be food snobs who know shit.

          “like kea you dont eat rump steak but you loooove picanha?”

          That was just what they were selling big chunks of meat as at a good price at the time. You are the one hung up on names and parts. To me it’s all cow. That is because I can cook, unlike any of you lot.

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      • What people who can cook – and are not up themselves – say:

        Rump steak has a much more minerally deep rich savouriness, than other steaks and it can hold its own with a flavourful sauce such as a peppercorn or mustard without being overpowered, these sauces would drown the delicate flavour of a fillet but can work with the more robust flavour of a rump steak.

        Many chefs and meat aficionados will tell you that rump steak is arguably the most underrated cut of beef you’ll find. Although it’s often overshadowed by its more popular counterparts, like the ribeye or sirloin, rump steak has been quietly gaining recognition in recent years. This humble cut boasts a unique combination of flavor, texture, and affordability, making it a must-try dish for any self-proclaimed carnivore.

        HEALTH BENEFITS
        In addition to the amazing taste, rump steak has a number of nutritional benefits. It’s a fantastic source of high-quality protein, providing all nine essential amino acids needed for the growth and maintenance of body tissues, muscles, and the immune system. It’s rich in iron, which is essential for red blood cell production, oxygen transport, and energy metabolism, and is also packed with vitamins and minerals like B12, B6, niacin, zinc, phosphorus, and selenium.

        TENDER YET TEXTURED
        While beef rump steak may not be quite as tender as a fillet, it offers a delightful balance of tenderness and texture. Rump steak is also known for its marbling, which refers to the thin veins of fat that run through the meat. This marbling contributes to the steak’s juicy, succulent taste when cooked properly. If you like your steak to be extra tender, you can achieve this by marinating the meat and using a low-and-slow cooking technique, resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth experience that will leave you craving more.

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  6. I would trust statistical analysis done by Norman Fenton. Here is his conclusion about the data supplied by Liz Gunns whistleblower. Appears that it may not be the smoking gun claimed.

    “If the dataset was a real, unbiased and representative subset of those vaccinated, then it is potentially one of the most important publicly available datasets for examining covid vaccine safety, despite the fundamental limitation imposed by absence of data on the unvaccinated. It provides evidence of lack of safety of the covid vaccines including that some batches were especially deadly either through their contents or delivery process. However, concerns about the provenance of the dataset, and in particular that it contains a disproportionate number of vaccinee deaths, cast doubts on the validity of any generalisable conclusions can be drawn about it.”
    https://wherearethenumbers.substack.com/p/the-new-zealand-vaccine-data-what?r=8t5o1

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    • Curious, I do not think Fenton is dismissing the data, he is just saying he would expect it to be presented like the results of an experiment (ie. vax vs unvaxxed etc.) Well it was not data from an experiment, it was just real data from what was available. You can quibble about how it was presented and stats guys can play with all they want, although now the site Steve Kirsh put all the raw data up on, has closed the account, apparently.

      Even if half of what was said is shown to absolutely right, then it is still a huge issue.

      Reti can try to sweep it under carpet, but I do not think they will succeed in the long run. To use S1’s term, I think Reti is being the useful idiot.

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      • Yes I read the whole analysis from Norman. I agree the data could well be correct Norman is just saying essentially that the data is not sufficient to be relied upon. If you read that voices link above they have provided a lot of background and would have handled this better. I suspect that the other organisation they talk about is NZDSOS who would also have handled it much better. The big mistake was involving Liz.

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        • The guy had spoken to plenty of others before Liz and he made an error in thinking she would get into Parliament BUT someone had to break the ice for him.

          With regard RCR / VFF ( I’m a huge fan of both) this is part of a comment from else where which I agree with and I agree with RCR’s strategy as he lays it out.
          It helps explain VFF’s reticence when approached sometime ago by the whistle blower

          “My take on RCR is they are trying very very hard to make sure they are not airing things that are not verifiable, avoiding brand and credibility damaging retractions. (Kind of like Wikileaks in that respect)
          This over time puts them in a position to be able to pour water on the conspiracy label with “well what have we lied about” making them a place for newly awakened or the something doesn’t smell right crowd to check out.
          (As well as us, they have awesome guests and it’s probably one of my favourite things to listen too)
          It also means they also have the respectability to get current elected politicians on further broadening reach and appeal. “

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    • hilarious, so even butthurt vax nutter curious claims stupid boy was correct in saying nutter liz gunns claims are full of shit.

      maybe youre not quite as far gone as i thought, ill give you a week or 2 tho to make sure you dont go running back to liz gunns bullshit like a battered wahine to her drunken partner.

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      • You are engaging your keyboard before your brain again SB. It is obvious to anyone with half a brain that there is a major problem with this vax. Whether you chose to care about the murder and injury caused to your fellow citizens or not is entirely up to you. I doubt the data is bullshit the problem is that Liz Gunn engaged her mouth before her brain and went off half cocked. As I said above quoting Guy Hatchard the health dept could clear this up by releasing deaths by age and vax status. And for the record I have never has any time for Liz Gun and can’t even bother to listen to her.

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  7. How does the logic of Maori being systematically left behind work when there is not a single legislation in existence today that negatively discriminates against Maori? Every single government initiative gives special treatment and priority to one racial group over all other New Zealanders be it scholarships or community workshops, doctors appointments to treatments, to concessions for crimes comitted or not bothering to work, study or maintain a healthy lifestyle.
    These alone are worth hundreds of millions of dollars and then you have hundreds of millions more in treaty payments and tax loopholes for money the IWI earn and shovel away in their trust accounts.
    To put the cherry on top of it all is the race based Maori budget thats another 1.5 billion dollars for a population of 750k people of part Maori ancestry who mostly have some inherited Maori land or ‘colonial land’ passed on by their ‘privileged’ European side of the family already. The 1.5 billion alone translates to around $2000 per Maori person every year.
    How is this a system that holds Maori back again? And how is it that the same Maori do so well in Australia’s even more colonial-based system as immigrants where they don’t even qualify for the benefit? How do they find European-style healthcare amazing in Australia but need a connection to the whenua, special privileges and even race based healthcare in NZ to progress and if they are being honest then why has no Polynesian island ever achieved a level of development comparable to the west using their own cultural style governance?
    How did we come to this point in time where developing democracies are working towards finding national unity while the West is becoming more and more obsessed with chaos and guilt driven narcissism politics? Last time I checked not a single LGBT group has visited Palestine or the Middle East safely, yet they protest together in NZ as allies against Israel, and not a single Pakeha activist has donated their private colonial inheritance to Maoridom yet they campaign together for land back?
    The coalition has more work to do than they have probably assessed to bring NZ back from mediocrity to a globalized first-world nation again.

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  8. Hunty, can you give us a report on this place.Apparently heaven on earth,

    On the south-west coast of Sumba, in a village called Waro Wora, I am learning to communicate with ancestral spirits using a chicken’s heart. With a mouth stained crimson from the betel nut our small group has been sampling, our Sumbanese guide places her palms on the bamboo floor of the traditional house we’re in and explains.

    “When a man wants to speak with the ancestors, he asks the local rato, or shaman, a question in traditional dialect, then the rato kills a chicken and opens its heart to see what the spirits reply.”

    Looking around this village, where 25-metre pyramidal, grass-roofed houses huddle around megalithic stone graves, I think for what must be the 15th time today just how astonishing it is that hardly anyone seems to know about this island.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/destinations/asia/133375826/the-pristine-alternative-to-bali-that-only-a-few-tourists-know-about

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  9. The new Government has a once in a generation opportunity to lower taxes
    Damien Grant06:51, Dec 03 2023

    In politics, as in life, we never have as much time as we think. Days tick into weeks, months, years.

    Suddenly you find yourself in your late fifties wondering if you have done enough to avoid penury when the working years grind to a halt.
    The time to act is now. No matter the task at hand; begin immediately. Waiting for the perfect moment is procrastination that leads to paralysis and regret.

    One gentleman who understood this was Roger Douglas. He was Minister of Finance in the 1980s and determined to reshape the economy. The dysfunctional tax regime high on his agenda. He recruited a prominent economist, young Dr Don Brash, to assist him. The result was the goods and services tax which helped pay for deep cuts in marginal tax rates.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/301018811/the-new-government-has-a-once-in-a-generation-opportunity-to-lower-taxes

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      • true that mikey, although imo 1 thing nutter gunns party nz loyal got right was a transaction tax.
        im all for that as theres no dodging and easy to administer.
        could go 1 better and encourage foreign investment and the wealth generated in nz to stay here with 0% transaction tax on funds coming into nz, but 2 or 3% on any funds leaving the country.

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        • Lots of holes in transaction tax unless you remove cash, swapps bartering, and big companies would simply transact off shore and so on.
          Used to favour it myself but it is tricky.

          Better to stop taxing companies and have 25% GST and 25% tax. Allow companies to depreciate all their new equipment over 3 years other than cars and utes.
          That keeps money in the companies and then require them to pay out their shareholders say 35% of the profit every year.( maybe even a bit higher.)
          Remove the tax free status of trusts and all the machinations of that rort.simple stuff. Motivating stuff.
          Emirates depreciate their big planes in 3 years. ANZ take for ever. who has the best fleet?
          New plant is mostly the key productivity but we make it toexpensive so why bother. just by a batch or a boat or even dare I say it a rental house.
          So there you have the problem with a decent solution. Fire up the business world.

          Taked to a cow farmer the other day. Had added Halter to his tools. Iaasb will know about this gear perhaps. doesn’t need a dog anymore opens gates tells the cows that he is ready at the shed. adds to all the other IT he has and loves it. cost him 70K to start. Productivity +
          Mane the point that lots of farmers just couldb’t afford to front the dollars. Lots of ideas that companies could use with better gear but it costs and sometimes getting that is too hard. Wait till you get over 70 and want funds. The banks just won’t bother.No matter your track record as you are too old. Don’t say it on those words but that’s what it is.

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          • our neighbour has halta, so does a mate up canty… at $190percow per year on a 1000cow farm i could employ 2 labour units that do a hell of alot more then setup fences and draft mating cows for 5weeks.
            neighbours sold on it but then again hes gunna buy a tesla and deck out his entire cowshed and workshop roof to charge it “for free”. hes also whinging he needs another worker but cant afford it so go figure.
            it has its place thats for sure but imo its more then double over priced for what you get in return, even basic package which is just grazing/fences costs 110 per cow per year.

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              • if it were a 1 off cost it would be worthwhile investing in but halta only have a subscrption model so 190 per cow every year… clever business model i guess but it dosent generate farmers any extra income, saves a bit of labour but nowhere near enough to cover the outlay.
                plus you think of how awsome it wouldve been to be using halta in those cyclone hit areas with no power or wifi.
                its a nice to have thing, id certainly use it but only if i wasnt paying the bill.
                i had low tech stuff that automaticaly got the cows to the shed for me, cost me 900bx total over 3 yrs, id spend 2hrs once a week setting up fences so my dumbarse worker didnt goof them yet had i had to use halta to do the same job it woulda cost me 55kper year for the basic subscription for fence/grazing. 55k to save me 2hrs per week… yeah nah id spend that money on more staff so i could piss off more.

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                • heres what i used vikey, bit more expensive now but they work and the cows were always at the shed on time every milking. cost me 450 each, sold them after 3yrs for 300bux each too. less lame cows and extra 45mins in bed each morn, was money well spent thats for sure.

                  https://www.novel.co.nz/product/356247

                  lowtech i know but ppl are kidding themselves if they think they can be a top notch farmer from the screen of a smartphone

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                • Unless you were certain that your time was worth more than $530/hour you made a rational decision. Too many business people embrace labour saving technology without doing the merest due diligence on whether they’re following fads or saving money & cockys are no exception.

                  In retrospect the only recent invention I could have used on my property that would have saved me a shitload of time/money is the latest drones. Checking stock, fences & troughs from the comfort of a lazyboy has to be the way to go.

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  10. ‘Close to tears’: How two men took down a Marist ‘monster’
    Steve Kilgallon05:00, Dec 03 2023

    Charles Afeaki, a Marist Brother and schoolteacher, was prolific in his sexual offending against his pupils in the 1970s. This month, he stood trial again on charges which have ruined his victims’ lives. Steve Kilgallon reports.

    Charles Afeaki walked slowly into courtroom 16 of Auckland District Court leaning on a cane. He was 81 years old, and frail. He didn’t remove his trench coat as he sat down next to his lawyer. He needed a hearing loop to listen to the evidence against him.

    He was no longer as Tāne Davies* remembered him. To an 11-year-old Tane, his standard two teacher at Marist Brothers school back in Invercargill in 1975 was “a monster. A big Tongan guy. Big, big puku”.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/133378822/close-to-tears-how-two-men-took-down-a-marist-monster.

    He was clearly a prolific paedophile. In 1994, he was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for offending against four boys between 1976 and 1979. He defended the charges, took pre-trial matters to the Court of Appeal, gave evidence denying the offences and lodged an appeal against conviction. He was told by the trial judge, Ted Thomas, that he was a “wretched and self-dedicated hypocrite”. He was released in 1998, and having long since left the Marist order, lived initially with his mother, re-trained as a computer tutor and gained an adult education degree. In 2003, when he was given another two-year sentence after admitting nine offences against a boy who had been a 12-year-old boarder at St Paul’s in 1980, the court agreed that he had turned his life around.

    Another piece of shit.

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    • Should have hung the bastard by the neck in 1994.

      These are the ones that are caught.
      Of course when the creepy catholic pedo rapists were caught by “The Church” in the 60s/70s/80s ?? they were often sent to other countries like Tonga; but from NZ especially to Philippines where they raped at leisure and the grotty, catholic, Rome HQd pedo institution – called a Church by some- interfered in politics.

      A sad story revealed in some documentaries and literature out circa 2007.
      The population of not-rich Philippines was exploited by US backed and US funded demon , Ferdinand Marcos,
      but on top of that the Holy Jesus Roman Church wanted poverty for the people – poor people are more religious as they have fk all else in life – like the Irish 100 years ago – so the priests in the pulpit endorsed political candidates who stood for no birth control and demonised political candidates who proposed birth control, clinics, education etc
      Dirty catholic rapey scum.

      The population of the Philippines doubled from just under 40 million in 1970 to 80 million in 30 years and that with a lot of emigration to better economies and SFA immigration.

      Churches should never ever have tax free status.

      Critters who rape 12 year olds should be bashed to death with sticks and their carcass dropped in the White Island Volcano.
      The same for the churchy critters that cover up and protect them.

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      • The tragedy of it is that the Catholic kids had nowhere to turn to for shelter & protection from the parasitic priests. The church ran their schools, sports teams & all their extended families were left footers. Their simple parents were brainwashed with the religious garbage & regarded the priests as both leaders & friends so only a smack around the ear if they told Mum or Dad.

        Little wonder that they suffered the psychological damage that they did.

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      • So now you know where Mr Klaus and his mob come from.
        “You will be poor and have nothing” , you will be raped and can do nothing.
        There isn’t many more evil places than their shelters.
        Don’t forget theirevil religious progeny ain’t any better except they make the girls wear sacks to keep the way from the preditors and legitimise the “men” by allowing them to marry girl kids.

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  11. The uncertainty around how much it would cost to rebrand government departments
    Glenn McConnell05:00, Dec 01 2023

    The cost to rebrand more than a dozen government departments, which primarily use te reo Māori names, could be “millions”, according to marketing experts.

    Meanwhile, Waka Kotahi told the Tova podcast that its rebrand from NZTA to Waka Kotahi cost less than $7000. But similar changes, such as the rebrand from CYFS to Oranga Tamariki, have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    The new Government is taking aim at state-sector bilingualism, saying all government departments – unless they specifically focus on Māori – should primarily use English names…

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/133369391/the-uncertainty-around-how-much-it-would-cost-to-rebrand-government-departments

    Ya can see the PR and advertizing cunts drooling at the thought of all that money.

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    • There is more to this as mentioned in this comment earlier this morning.
      There is Hatchard’s comment & VFF comment.
      https://ysb.co.nz/investigation-needed/#comment-371063

      At the same time, there is something smouldering as after all we have had Otago Professor Michael Baker, Auckland Professor Shaun Hendy modelling doomsday deaths of 80,000 people, along with Siouxsie Wiley yet opposition, disagreement to them can not really be publicly raised.

      These leading go to scientism are still being very influential in New Zealand, like chasing down the 7 scientists in saying Maori knowledge is not science.
      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/kahu/experts-shaun-hendy-and-siouxsie-wiles-among-those-rejecting-claim-maori-knowledge-isnt-science-as-scientific-racism/QQSKY6Y2CBP7ONYRXXL3VUUBN4/

      Seems to be no calling to account for them, & if anything seem to be governmentally rewarded for their devious ways.

      Bottom line, the government have an ongoing duty to keep the raw data, & pass it out in a timely order, in its entirety, so that can be perused, & studied

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    • I have always thought Gary Moller was measured in his comments.
      However I would like to know where he got this-
      “In just one particular vaccination centre in Invercargill, 51 people were vaccinated within the space of just two hours. All 51 are now dead.”
      I do not recall the data release showing this (the timeframe to death). If it is true that 51 people died within 2 hrs at the same vax centre, imo that would be a slam dunk even if they were all elderly. The odds against that being coincidental would be astronomical. I suspect he is misunderstanding the data but it would be good to get that clarified.

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      • I would doubt that number dying in an actual 2 hour period.
        Then how does he know that it is the people that took that vax, during that 2 hour window, actually died?

        More like vaccinated in that 2 hour window, maybe a rest-home? cancer-ward? cardiology ward, then died over the supposed time of 2 years.

        Or did a bus turn up, or a foot ball team where they themselves would notice things over the past few years?
        Can some of those obituary notices be figured, not that I would want to know, or some funeral homes can figure the increased business.

        Still it needs the proper response of the Ministry of Health to release all that information, date of birth, date of vaxx, date of death.
        It should be a duty of care, responsibility in a phase 3 experimental medical trial under an “Emergency Use Approval” EUA to have at the least very good paper work, or ok, in a secure digital way.
        If not why not.????

        It may seem negligent to not have the number & dates of vaccination, but to keep covering up this atomized information is becoming malfeasance.

        Where a proper forensic investigation, would have the rights to summons, to gain search warrants & rights of seizure of what could be considered crucial, important information.
        If necessary the rights to put out arrest warrants.

        I note the current Inquiry are only going to call on people they think would be ok.
        Where we want people, maybe with sworn affidavits to put the points of what they figure they have observed.
        Then others can see if there are patterns occurring or not, which may need further follow up.

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        • pity brentan faithfull wasnt an undertaker in invercargill… woulda been blown open for sure////

          wonder what happened to that nutjob undertaker? zero evidence just some story about an old dude dropping dead. nz is full of fucked in the head nutjobs.

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          • I heard Brenton speak a couple of weeks ago. Still talking about finding large stringy clots in a reasonably high percentage of corpses. Problem being that as you say no physical evidence to back up the claims leaving himself open to nutjob accusations.

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        • My bad S1 looking at it again vaxed within 48hrs date of death not certain. If it was spread out over 2yrs and they were care home residents it doesn’t necessarily show that much. The average life expectancy for those going into care is only about 2 yrs.

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        • I can tell you that the student Dr’s at Otago were told to line up for a bus and that they were off to get vaxxed. No discussion. Some refused and were then stood down from the uni. 2 years later they were able to resume. Granddaughter refused.
          Can’t remember the numbers exactly now but think that I did post them when no one was beleiveing of the anti that turned out to be right.
          That story about Invercargil remnds me of the first rest home in Christchurch where they had the fost cases and all the madness around that. someone can look it up.
          Thats what got Cindy the mad going on her behaviour.

          I wonder if that was like the mosque thing.
          A Planned event?
          Interesting to look back at that knowing what we know now would it not?
          Dylan and curious might have some searching to dothis week.
          I seriously haven’t got the time but am intrigued now to know if these events are related. and who knew and knows what.

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      • There is a funny thing that occurs in statistics, & I am just going to give approximate years.

        Like the average age to live is given when born is now 81 years.

        When you reach say 70 ‘the Lord’s allotted time’,
        the average to death becomes more like 85, as you have to live longer to make up for the ones who died, accident, etc.. at a much younger age.

        Something similiar again when you reach 80, that then the average life expectancy is about approx 88 years, again to make up for the ones who did not make it.

        From about 90 years on, to gain another year you have roughly only a 10% chance of completing that year,
        ——– – – – – – –
        Noting it is more the rule to do everything one can to keep the old independent, at home, “meals on wheels” state assisted quota of hours for base house keeping, family assistance, so that by the time of the costly rest-home care, one is truly on their last legs, to get that last 2 years.
        That also runs in the same ways, as some are so much on the last months of life, that others sure have to endure much more than 2yrs to bring it up to the 2 yr average in a rest home.

        I know a few old people who were not admitted to the rest-home until over 90 years, so not surprizing they capitulate in so many months.
        The sad thing is the ones who at that age go in with a good mind, find it very difficult to relate to the many institutionalized ones.

        If the raw data, is given, & I know statistics, and more statistics can prove anything, but it would channel just what is good & bad, show up patterns that may show a need for deeper investigation.
        There seems to be an ongoing intent to keep the people in the dark, but as the people, the public have paid for the government to have those figures, then they own them, & should be released.

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        • Interesting, never thought about it like that.
          going in and out of those places I can say that there are quite a few women who live into their 100’s but very few men. One I cam across years ago wasn’t in a home but had his home in a village and he still had his wife looking after him/ He was in great heath and sound mind Big giy he was as well. Had a great conversation with him. He was blind so that slowed him down. They had just bought a brand new car. She was 86. Will never forget meeting Tom. an inspiration for my life.
          However many are sad cases. Lot with dementia and or Alzheimers. Nothing left for them. BIL just going into a care home. Same age as me poor bugger. The god bothering Catholics ruined most of his life and they will be there wanting to collect for sure.

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      • “in Invercargill, 51 people were vaccinated within the space of just two hours. All 51 are now dead.”

        Gary Moller didn’t say they all died within two hours only that all 51 got vaccinated within the same two hour period. Knowing exactly when they actually died, could provide some evidence of whether the Covid19 vaccine kills people. Maybe it was that they all got vaccinated by the same batch of vaccine (very likely) and that batch was bad.

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  12. Read that this morning Ross.
    What I found interesting on NZCPR was the response to Newmans article on the Coalition deal.
    The comments reveal a huge number who are aware of the climate scam. There is a lesson for the politicians in those comments.
    With such a response maybe there is hope that the likes of the Netzero target will be challenged and overturned.

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  13. Police Warn Parents About iPhone’s New ‘NameDrop’ Feature
    The feature, which can be exploited by predators, comes turned on by default, but can be disabled.

    Multiple U.S. police departments issued alerts about a new iPhone feature that allows sharing contact info and images wirelessly between two closely held devices, warning that the feature could pose a risk to children and other vulnerable individuals.

    “If you have an iPhone and have done the recent iOS 17 update, they’ve installed a feature called NameDrop. This feature allows you to easily share contact information and photos to another iPhone by just holding the phones close together,” the Middletown Division of Police, Ohio, said in a Nov. 26 Facebook post. “PARENTS: Don’t forget to change these settings on your child’s phone to help keep them safe as well!”

    “With this feature enabled, anyone can place their phone next to yours (or your child’s phone) and automatically receive their contact information to include their picture, phone number, email address, and more, with a tap of your unlocked screen,” the Watertown CT Police Department, Connecticut, said in another post.
    The NameDrop option is turned on by default. In order to cancel the feature in iOS 17:

    Open the “Settings” option
    Tap the “General” option
    Tap the “AirDrop” tab, which controls the file-sharing features of the phone
    Once AirDrop is selected, turn off the “Bringing Devices Together” option to disable NameDrop.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/tech/police-warn-parents-about-iphones-new-namedrop-feature-5536388?utm_source=top5noe&src_src=top5noe&utm_campaign=top5-2023-12-02&src_cmp=top5-2023-12-02&utm_medium=email&est=oxwcbaiMUgkNQPgOmqdoneZiMxBK0tdCW2f0BeFpsPpeUwfDyLxqXk%2FPpKfa96s%3D

    Bet you won’t see that on the news.

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      • Don’t Believe the Scare Stories
        Contrary to some misinformed reports being shared on social media and even in the news, NameDrop does not present a security/privacy issue for iPhone users. The sharing of contact information cannot be performed without explicit user permission.

        Contact information is not shared automatically, and it is a user-initiated process that requires both people exchanging information to accept the transfer. While an accidental exchange is theoretically possible, it would require a user to unlock their device and then accept the sharing prompt to personally confirm the transfer.

        You can choose the phone number and email address that you want to share with someone on the other end, and if someone is already in your Contacts app, it updates contact information. In addition, NameDrop works between two iPhones running ‌‌iOS 17‌, and between an ‌‌iOS 17‌‌ ‌iPhone‌ and an Apple Watch running watchOS 10.

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  14. dang, sheep farmers here think theyve got it tough. over in WA theyre digging pits, shooting entire flocks and then burying them.
    not even worth the transport fees to get them to saleyards or abbatiors, on the plus side my mate over there bought 50 fat lambs from a neighbour @$30 each and filled the farms big walk in freezer, plenty of meat to feed the staff over the next year. merino are bloody good eating, alot better then the crossbred tasteless shit we produce over here.

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    • It’s happened in the Wairarapa though not lately. Prices have hit a trough & the cost of carting low grade cull ewes to the works is more than the return.

      As I mentioned in a comment a few weeks back coastal stations used to farm only for wool which was shipped out. Surplus & cull stock was driven over cliffs. Imagine the screams from the cat cuddlers if you were to do that nowadays.

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    • I recall the Lange Labour Party accepting the very kindly donation of sheep from a farmer sending to them to the works, & were presented with an account to pay.

      Despite the companies, unions & media trying to keep quiet about killing charges, slowly the lid started to lift just how & why those killing charges per animal were so outrageously so high.
      I can not remember the figures now, but the ACC levy, & the amount paid by the companies, meant that one could work it back to what it cost, in just what could be calculated per sheep in ACC levy to then figure the killing wages per sheep.

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      • Once the Lange/Douglas government put the militant unions to the sword killing rates levelled out for a while. Old inefficient meatworks, along with ridiculous wages & staffing were costs passed on to the farmer.

        Instance a bloke I knew who was employed in the fellmongery department at Waingawa until it closed in 1989. His take home wages were over $1000/week about a quarter of what he received on the dole for the next two years until he picked up another job.

        My old boss at the cartage firm I had worked for told me that when Waingawa closed the stock from the South Wairarapa went to Oringi just out of Dannevirke. The difference in freight charges was only 35cents/head.

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  15. So much for protection for whistleblowers. If the govt data would prove the whistleblower is wrong why are they desperately trying to hide it from the public? Odd, very, very odd. /////

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/12/03/health-worker-misused-covid-vax-data-police-complaint-laid/
    Health officials have laid a police complaint against a staff member who allegedly misused and published vaccination data, whilst spreading misinformation about Covid-19.

    Additionally, Te Whatu Ora has been granted an injunction that “prevents any publication of the data” by the Employment Relations Authority. However, authorities are still “working to confirm the full extent” of the staff member’s activities.

    Health New Zealand chief executive Margie Apa said the agency was urgently working to deal with the “unauthorised disclosure and misuse of data by one of its staff members”.

    The man involved has allegedly spread misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine.

    Apa said: “What this individual is trying to claim about vaccines is completely wrong and ill-informed and their comments demonstrate this. The person has no clinical background or expert vaccine knowledge and appears to be trying to spread misinformation.”

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              • You need to re-evaluate what you post. I have simplified things as much as possible. What don’t you understand?
                I have done my bit.
                Now you show me where Robbo said what you claim or is it on a level of Willie Dumbarse Jackson stealing school lunches?

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                • Even if they had taken advice they accepted it without question and repeated it ad nauseum even when they had been told by NZDSOS and others that what they were saying wasn’t true. Also they claimed that it had been rigorously tested when clearly that wasn’t possible given the time frame. They also neglected to mention that they had to force medsafe to approve it when their initial response was not what they wanted. To sum it up Ronnie they lied constantly, we know that they lied and they know that we know that they lied.

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                  • That is another argument.

                    ”To sum it up Ronnie they lied constantly,”

                    That is yet to be determined legally in a court of law. ‘
                    Yes , they have been caught lying eg. Vaccine stocks and ordering for example. Not insisting on aspirating the Covid shot before injecting is another critical misstep in my opinon that may have cost lives.

                    But this is all just our opinions regardless of the facts until tested legally.

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                • ronnie, no point trying to get butthurt vax nutters to post any proof of their nutty claims… they cant, theyve just gorged endlessly on the antivax propaganda and their own lies so much that they believe its 100% true.
                  theyre blinded by their ignorance and conformation bias, theyve invested so much into their antivax beliefs that its too embarassing for them to now admit otherwise… quite funny really as thats the exact same thing the vax nutters were saying about the pro vax/lockdown fuckwits only a year or 2 ago.

                  theres zero CREDIBLE proof, only whacky claims backed up by the word of even whackier grifters that play these butthurt losers like a fiddle.

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    • The NZ covid Inquiry
      Will it be any different from what these ones will tell the Covid Inquiry like in August & as it continues on.
      .
      …. We are currently hearing from the individuals, organisations, and communities that played a key role in Aotearoa New Zealand’s response.
      This includes decision and policy makers, Iwi and Māori organisations, business associations, academics and researchers, and many more.
      The insights, reflections, and perspectives of those we’ve met with so far have been a valuable source of information and evidence to the Inquiry. …..
      [Some among the many names ….]
      Rt Hon Prime Minister Chris Hipkins primarily as the former Minister of Education, the former Minister of Health, and the first Minister for the COVID-19 Response.
      .
      Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall primarily as the former Associate Minister of Health, as well as the former Associate and lead Minister for the COVID-19 Response, and the current Minister of Health.
      .
      Hon Kelvin Davis primarily as the current Minister for Māori-Crown Relations, Minister for Children, and Minister of Corrections; as well as the Associate Minister of Education (Māori Education).
      .
      Hon Grant Robertson primarily as the current Minister of Finance; as well as the former Minister for Infrastructure, former Minister for Earthquake Commission, current Minister for Sport and Recreation, and former Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage.

      https://www.covid19lessons.royalcommission.nz/the-inquiry/record-of-inquiry-engagements/
      .
      The earlier February, June. July.
      https://www.covid19lessons.royalcommission.nz/assets/Uploads/Record-of-Inquiry-Engagements-Feb-July-2023.pdf
      Were the wagons circled.?

      …. It is the highest level of public inquiry, but most of the content of those meetings will stay confidential, says Commission Chair Professor Tony Blakely. ….
      https://www.rnz.co.nz/programmes/the-detail/story/2018914821/the-quiet-inquiry

      So will pregnant woman, children vaxxing really be covered, when it was against the old fashion medicine not to give experimental medicines to them.
      Phrased so a form of continuing the EUA, with no benefit to risk analysis.

      Like how the mandates is just a Clayton’s drink when you are not having a mandate either.
      Hipkins then going on to is was “Your choice”, does not matter about family, mortgage, bread winner. Just that you were weak & did not stand strong against the name calling government, looking to knock on your door in the New Year.

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  16. A police officer stopped a motorist who was speeding down Main Street.

    “But officer,” the man began, “I can explain.”

    “Just be quiet,” snapped the officer.

    “I’m going to let you cool your heels in jail until the chief gets back.”

    “But, officer, I just wanted to say…!”

    “And I said to keep quiet! You’re going to jail!”

    A few hours later the officer looked in on his prisoner and said,

    “Lucky for you that the chief’s at his daughter’s wedding… He’ll be in a good mood when he gets back.”

    “Don’t count on it,” answered the fellow in the cell.

    “I’m the groom.”

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  17. To thank our lucky stars, & be uplifted. 🙂

    Lord Hannan, Daniel speaks about equality, the Treaty and the Taxpayers’ Union in Wellington
    https://youtu.be/W1ITy9SCRKs
    22 mins : Dec 1st 2023 : The New Zealand TaxPayer’s Union

    He made the maoris suffer at the Treaty of Waitangi when he attended. 🙂
    So what has changed?
    Identity Politics and how many issues have gone into tribalism, oppressed or oppressors, seeking victims.
    The risk of going back to pre-Enlightenment.

    Now do not give than inch less on the Magna Carta also. 🙂

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  18. It’s been another busy week!

    We have a few updates for you about the latest Ministry of Health Whistleblower data, our response to accusations, The People’s Letter, a few RCR highlights, and some VFF community news. Read on to find out more…

    Whistleblower data blows up online

    The internet has been awash with the story of the Ministry of Health whistleblower exposing data claiming vaccine harm, specifically excess deaths, from a payment system database in NZ.

    New Zealand officials confirmed that the man had been an employee at the Ministry of Health and was now “no longer at work”. This afternoon it has been reported that legal action has been taken against the whistleblower who is accused of “misusing data to spread misinformation about vaccines.” Unverified posts claiming his house has been surrounded by police all afternoon are also circulating on social media.

    The whistleblower, whom VFF trusts to be genuine, shared a data set including vaccination records, individual ID, age, location, vaccine type, dose and batch, date of birth, and date of death (where applicable).

    We have been in touch with the team initially working with the whistleblower for eight months and understand that despite the data being an incomplete set of NZ’s vaccination records, there are definitely areas worth pursuing and delving deeper into with qualified analysts.

    Judging by the damage control articles in the media, we suspect that contrary to official assertions that ‘there’s nothing to see here, move along,’ there is a story to be investigated, particularly in the context of NZ’s unexplained excess death rates and the ever-increasing pool of scientific research outlining serious adverse events, mechanisms for harm, and risks to public health.

    Is Health New Zealand chief executive Margie Apa admitting that excess death rates are elevated here? What does she attribute the rise in excess deaths to if it is not the experimental product pushed on the majority of Kiwis over the past two years? And what evidence does she rely on to make such definitive claims? We’d really love to know.

    VFF shares Dr Guy Hatchard’s perspective, “If health data shows that there is no harm from Covid vaccines, why would the government deny access to relevant data?”

    Indeed.

    Cough it up, we say!

    When asked for comment on the whistleblower story, National’s Minister of Health, Dr Shane Reti, remarked, “I am reassured by experts confirming that there is no evidence supporting the allegations that have been made.”

    Wouldn’t it be great if these so-called experts were transparent with their identities and analyses? Those of us who have been watching with interest, digging for information, and applying pressure through four years of the Covid response aren’t terribly convinced by appeal-to-authority “trust us” arguments.

    It hasn’t been all plain sailing…

    Since the whistleblower announcement and the release of the anonymised data online, there has been much discussion about what the data does and doesn’t show.

    International analysts have downloaded the data files and raised concerns (here and here) about missing data, bias, and whether a set-up has occurred. Some internationally respected experts who initially swung in behind the story and the data have backpedalled recently as further analysis has arisen.

    Many have noted that the noise about the validity of the data could have been avoided had the data been appropriately analysed by qualified teams before going public.

    VFF’s response to an accusation that we “refused” to deliver the whistleblower data to the public

    With the release of this whistleblower information, VFF has yet again become the focus of false allegations. Namely, “VFF were given this [MOH] data a while ago and refused to deliver it to the public.”

    At VFF, credibility is vital.

    We aim to educate the broader public on the matters we all care about. Our team takes time to ensure the information we share is accurate, verifiable, and presented in an accessible manner. This meticulous approach often places us between a rock and a hard place in terms of criticism from our own ‘side’.

    Read our response to the claim that “VFF were given this [MOH] data a while ago and refused to deliver it to the public” over on the VFF blog. What is the truth?

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    An update on The Peoples Letter

    A BIG thank you to everyone who signed and shared The People’s Letter. The letter was revised last week and emailed and hand-delivered to Government Ministers on Wednesday, ahead of the December 1 deadline.

    The letter outlined the need for the NZ Government to reject the timeline amendments to the International Health Regulations (instead of reserving them) in line with the existing IHR agreement. The letter will be available for download on the website in the coming days.

    Initial reports suggest that the Government’s final wording was to reserve the decision to allow time to assess the amendments against the National Interest Test. Whether this is sufficient remains to be seen. We will continue to investigate and update you with any developments.

    Your support helps shine a spotlight on important issues such as the IHR amendments, and this time, the story was picked up by the mainstream media, resulting in more New Zealanders hearing about it. It also shows our Government that there is significant public interest and concern, so keep it up!

    RCR highlights – in case you missed them!

    British MP Andrew Bridgen joined Peter Williams to discuss his experience speaking out against the Covid narrative and Covid mRNA vaccine harms in the UK, as well as his understanding of the NZ whistleblower data and his upcoming sovereignty event next week.

    Dr Matt Shelton spoke with Peter Williams about the new Government’s proposed Covid inquiry and decision to not tacitly accept the latest IHR amendments, plus some concerning health statistics that have come to light via whistleblower data.

    VFF’s Head of Legal, Katie Ashby-Koppens, was featured in this week’s Legal Hub, covering the new Government’s coalition deals, the International Health Regulations, RSE, and more.

    Tune in to the Breakfast show tomorrow morning to hear Paul speak with Steve Kirsch about the whistleblower data.

    What’s the VFF community been up to?

    We are making a difference and we couldn’t do it without you!

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    Keep hugging!

    Alia x

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    • A lone wolf? A Known wolf

      Reports say that the attacker had spent four years in prison earlier for planning a violent attack.
      He was released from jail after four years in 2020 and was under surveillance and receiving psychiatric therapy.
      The assailant was born in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-Sur-Seine.
      He was lately staying in the Essonne region, south of Paris, with his parents.

      https://medforth.biz/france-man-shouting-allahu-akbar-kills-one-injures-two-others-in-a-knife-attack-near-eiffel-tower-says-he-was-upset-over-afghanistan-and-palestine/

      But the above stabbing is nothing. Like in Israel, coming to a place near you, as planned by these juveniles.
      You will be next???
      This was planned a few years ago, but the legal system means the trial will be next year.

      ….. Six men, including a former refugee from Syria, have been transferred to the Special Juvenile Court for preparing violent actions inspired by those of the Islamic State group in a butcher’s shop in Brest until the beginning of 2020,
      AFP news agency learned on Thursday November 30 from a source close to the case. ….
      .
      ….. “You kill the whole village in one night, that’s easy”
      In an audio message from the 9th of December 2019, Mohamad D. says the following to Wahid B.:
      “We need some training, we need weapons, and we need to learn some things (…) You can’t go too far, for example, you go to the countryside and look around.
      You go with four or five people, armed, you kill the whole village in one night, that’s easy (…) You have to be brave and you have to have everything planned,” adds the now 38-year-old man.
      France Bleu
      https://medforth.biz/a-group-of-islamists-planned-to-massacre-an-entire-french-village

      How close are we to such things?

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  19. Well I never.//

    Nov 30.
    Philippines Bans Vote Machine Firm Implicated In US Bribery Probe

    The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said it banned Smartmatic Philippines Inc., a local unit of its London-headquartered parent firm, due to the threat it posed to the “integrity” of future Philippine elections.

    The ban stems from an investigation launched by the US Justice Department against former Comelec chairman Andres Bautista for alleged corruption, conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering, according to the Comelec ruling released to reporters.

    https://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/542641/philippines-bans-vote-machine-firm-implicated-in-us-bribery-probe

    Foreign Country Bans Smartmatic Voting Machines Firm to ‘Safeguard Integrity of Elections’

    https://www.westernjournal.com/foreign-country-bans-smartmatic-voting-machines-firm-safeguard-integrity-elections/

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  20. NZ and the MRNA
    @HopeRising19
    NEW ZEALAND COVID VACCINE WHISTLEBLOWER HAS TONIGHT BEEN ARRESTED AND CHARGED…

    Te Whatu Ora has been granted an injunction that prevents anyone in New Zealand OR overseas from publishing the data.

    Quote:

    A health worker has been arrested and charged after allegedly misusing and disclosing vaccination data, while spreading misinformation about Covid-19, police told 1News this evening.

    The 56-year-old man will appear in the Wellington District Court tomorrow charged with accessing a computer system for dishonest purposes, police said.

    It comes after health officials today laid a police complaint against a staff member.

    In addition, Te Whatu Ora has been granted an injunction that “prevents any publication of the data” by the Employment Relations Authority. However, authorities are still “working to confirm the full extent” of the man’s activities.

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    • well to be fair if it were any business and he done that the same would happen.
      just wait for the pile on of butthurt vax nutters and their absurd claims as to why he was arrested and charged.
      theft is theft, accessing personal health data even worse, releasing it on the internet big dumb fuck move.

      the dude will get the book thrown at him and rightly so, harsh lesson to learn all cuz you believed liz gunn and her mates.
      you watch, nutter gunn will get raided aswell, probably vff too. if anyone had anything to do with this shit their arsehole should be tightening and i advise buying soap on a rope for your prison time.

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