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    • i see they put out a call to arms… using of course the traditional maori invention the modern rifle.

      amazing how the hate whitey so much yet love pretty much every product whitey is responsible for.
      lets hope its a fizzer revvy but somehow i think theyll scrounge together enough fellow grifters to put on a show, funny thing is a freedom protest with 2k ppl gets reported as a hundred or so but today a bro protest of a couple hundred will get reported on as several thousand.

      stupid greedy clack bunts still think its about changing the treaty, its not. seymour just wants to clarify what it really says and means, these pricks have banged on for almost 2 centuries about upholding the treaty and now one of their fellow maori folk is taking action they dont want it to happen any more.

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      • The media are covering up, hiding, not even hint to this call of arms that the Maori Party put up on their web site.
        The true way of how Marxism argument discussion is used to show the greatest tolerance for the “oppressed” who can do no wrong.
        But to others the full power of law is to fully enforced, for the “Community Good”.

        With screen shot of the image.
        This is seriously bad. In today’s climate any protest that advertises with images of guns would be reported to the police.
        All political parties should condemn this & serious questions should be asked about Te Pāti Māori’s judgment. Seriously inappropriate.

        https://twitter.com/aniobrien/status/1731475922543616005

        The old flint-lock pistols were deadly in taking lives.
        It sort reminds of Baby Ruthless-Empire Souljah Reign Rhind Shephard Wall then how many others like how the cultural marks of ownership were being refreshed on Toddler Moko,

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    • There are some on Palmerston St Hamilton like that. They are social housing, must be wonderful living next door to some people who never clean up their houses/sections. One house before now 11 units!!!!!!! It wasn’t a huge section anyway they are crammed in like you would not believe. Worse than an old persons home, Crazy but that it what they social housing want, no parking for cars at all, Some have their bikes outside but others I guess they take the bus?????

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      • Lizie@0551

        It’s not just Hamilton. I live in a town in another part of the Waikato and we’ve got something similar coming our way. Recently, four perfectly useful, well-maintained, and well-built ‘state’ houses located some 100 metres from my property have been torn down (Their hitherto-long term residents being displaced to another part of town), to be replaced by (At least) four, possibly even eight, new ‘dwellings’ on the same site. Currently (Typically?) the land is overgrown pending the start of construction of the new buildings, but experience of ‘State House’ tenants (No details) gives me little confidence that either they or their eventual tenants will enhance either the neighbourhood or the value of the surrounding properties (Mine included).

        Time will tell if the arrival of these new tenants will be good or bad; I’m not holding my breath….

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      • Talked to guy from Dunedin last week and I posted his comments. same shit happening down that way.

        Oh and the uni has built a lot of flash student flats. Only able to do that because the rents have gone up. Before that no one would have rented the units.
        consequences I guess.

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    • They are being built like there is no tomorrow around here. One company has 5 lots on the go right now. Tend to be wall to wall, no garage,no parking, some are 3 stories. 10-12 units per double section. All contracted to our housing provider for the scum. Old people can’t use them, stairs etc.
      All will be slums we didn’t need nor want in our area. Should be built where the work is but they are building them where the buses run to downtown where of course the WINZ office is.

      Williams corp, who built one lot here are bailing out of the last one of those. They are also selling another 4 lots of ground they bought up. Haven’t sold one in a year AFIK. Put them down as medium term liquidation at this rate.

      Another block downtown with 1.5 – 2 million dollar apartments had 3 occupants when I looked the other night and Farmers new edifice is about to go on the market for a lot more $.

      But want a 3 or 4 beddy house to rent and that’s like looking for angel shit in a haystack.
      wonder why?
      People in dire straights for rentals.
      Oh these filthy bloody landlords.
      Well guess what. There are few left now that the mean and greedy decided that landlords were unlikeable.
      Loving it.
      Sad for those that need a house though.
      Unitended consequences of piss poor thinking.

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      • Well well well, todays leading story.
        Rents under pressure amid high migration to New Zealand and landlords selling up

        Record migration is expected to put “upward pressure on rents” as the supply of rentals diminishes and competition intensifies, a property specialist warns.

        A rental agency boss reports it lost six properties in a month as landlords sold up and says some of its tenants “have been pushed out on to the streets”.

        One desperate Tauranga mum fears she will soon be couch surfing with her daughter, and another tenant believes her pets are putting off landlords in Rotorua.

        Trade Me figures showed in the year to October rental listings in Rotorua dropped 30 per cent and 15 per cent in Tauranga.

        Meanwhile, Tauranga median weekly rents jumped from $650 to $680 and from $500 to $550 in Rotorua.

        https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/rents-under-pressure-amid-high-migration-to-new-zealand-and-landlords-selling-up/O42NKQV5OVEX5IAD7B2CT2S5RQ/

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    • Sadly they are demolishing two houses a few doors down from me.
      Houses were fine but had big sections.

      arsewipes. frankly. Horrible shit.
      going to paint yellow stripes down our road when no one is looking.
      That’ll fuck them up.

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  1. Maybe the Maori party are going to use the “just stop oil” tactic of gluing themselves to the road? they could use Baby Ruthless Empires blood for glue ,if plod allows this to go ahead without a severe response it’s gonna happen every fcuking few days forever, don’t forget these demonstrators don’t have jobs so can turn up anywhere at anytime with social welfare helping out with transport.

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  2. Even in the Hub of the Universe, Taumarunui, scribble faced pendant wearers are planning a disruption on State Highway 4, the main road that runs through paradise, which is known as Taumarunui. The Protestors claim, they will be out of bed and at their protest station at 7.00am. As I will be heading to work, I shall go via the main drag and see how many scribble faced, hat wearing, pendant carrying Natives have actually got out of bed to disrupt the workers going about their lawful business, those same workers who help to pay for their dole.

    Maybe time for some direct pushback from the Ancient Hooligan who is tired of the Natives continual whinging, insulting language and behaviour. I shall report back later. You can read about it here, from page 4 of the Taumarunui Bulletin, published every Thursday except ANZAC Day and Christmas Day or retrieve me from the cells of the Taumarunui Police Station, that is, if Plod too, has got out of bed.

    I can just see it now, the heading in page 4 of this weeks Taumarunui Bulletin. “Old Broken Down White Colonialist Upsets Gentle Caring Tangata Whenua” The Taumarunui Bulletin Reports thus:

    It is reported, a despicable elderly white colonialist and budding white supremist was seen to politely disagree at last Tuesday’s Te Pati Maori Gentle Day of Reflection and Protest, with the language being used to disparage and belittle the good people of this country. The Protest, which was attended by 7 people including 3 Maori Wardens, there to keep the peace, has left the Protesters stunned, shocked and humiliated that someone had the gaul to disagree with them. Police moved swiftly to drag the elderly white Colonialist off to the cells where he will later be charged and appear before a Judge next Wednesday, with Sedition, Hate Speech Crimes and having a different point of view to the wonderful and caring Protesters. The Salvation Army who had set up emergency shelters and hot food stands to feed and house the Protestors were also appalled that anyone should oppose the Early Settler’s demands. Major Fishea Minj, the first female to Head the of the Taumarunui Sub Branch of the Salvation Army, was calling for Tar and Feathering to be re-introduced to this country, immediately and without delay, for such heinous crimes as opposing any Natives demands and to be dealt with, most severely, by authorities who should also show no mercy.

    Authorities are looking favourably at Major Minj’s suggestion and will take it up with the Ruapehu District Council at their next closed meeting. //

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    • Oh my goodness, I had no idea today was a big protest day, where I doubt many would turn up for the protest as its starting at 7am, No Maori gets u p at 7am TAH, unless they have a job, and they are not the ones who will protest. Anyway they would have looked out at the weather and decided to go back to bed as its raining here in Hamilton so doubt they would be keen, it would be too many on the roads in the wet. They wouldn’t like it I certainly hope not anyway.
      If the police do not stop this crazy shit taking place and have all the police on duty for it, we are absolutely totally fucked as a nation.

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    • So
      Deyz hate democracy
      but still want whytie to ‘honour the treaty”

      Yet 40 years ago
      ‘The treaty is a Fraud ‘

      which is it ???

      Now, I don’t know what they are saying at it is in Te Raro or Tongan or something.
      I dunno.

      I think the weight of the jade (or planet wrecking plastic) around the neck also causes temporary indolence as it it is just too hard to get off the couch with all that weight (and the stored energy from KFC)

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    • They held up traffic this morning and from the Resthills park to home was 20 minutes, it can take at that time of the day usually 10minutes the numbers of very pale Maori and white woke bastards that are situated around the intersection around the hospital. Maybe 100 of them I am not good on numbers but think its maybe 100 to 150 its very hard to tell, but I believe that there are 5 intersections in Hamilton that are being disrupted by the lot of useless supporters this morning. As an aside I just had a lovely Maori driver deliver a package to my door obviously not part of the woke mob of losers/looters who are on the march today all non working people obviously.Not marching anywhere just standing about nothing so strenuous as walking for them. I think it would be great if they stopped the benefit for all those who were on the roads today.

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  3. The Reserve Bank may have had stern words last week about there being little hope for a cut in the official cash rate (OCR)

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/301020403/reserve-bank-talks-tough-when-will-relief-come-for-home-loan-borrowers

    They should simply make a law that you must have 50% equity in a residential house purchase. That should calm things down a bit and mean people borrowing for productive things wouldn’t be punished because of the housing ponzi fueling inflation.

    Selling houses to each other at inflated prices using debt – is not an economy.

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  4. The government should stop talking to the media full stop. Just put out a daily press release and refuse to be interviewed. They have clearly declared war on the government and by proxy on us the people who voted them in. Starving them is the only way to win.

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    • Was thinking about this very issue while walking the dogs this morning, T.
      Came to the conclusion that they should go round them like Trump did on Twitter, with one exception, and that is live interviews. But they definitely should not participate in any interview which can be edited and cherry-picked prior to publishing.

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      • Winston was wise to pay I think it was Peter Williams to interview him.
        A long form interview with prepared questions and answers.
        Post it on a goo-mint website.

        after all, the media shitters were using taxpayer money when they started the Pravda shit.

        for politicians to allow themselves to be railroaded by sick fuck lefties like tame and tova No’brain is just daft and a disservice to the people who elected them.
        allowing anarchists and people who hate democracy to be in the same room is daft.

        A real FU would be to have their own plants at press conferences and only talk to them
        First Terry, then Jasmine.

        The real answer though is to send in the blackshirts at 3.00am and drag these media fuckers out of their bed and charge them with sedition.
        I mean, they were given freedom of the press, and funded with taxpayer money -handouts plus massive rack rate advertising income – and they abused it.
        For years.

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    • Couldn’t agree more at this point in time. They waylay Luxon and he is so desperate for humiliation that they ambush him and he seems incapable of telling them to piss off.
      They should be baned from Parliament and should have a press conference like they do in the USA.
      But they need to be clear about things and transparent or no one will believe them.
      Thats what other PM’s have done.

      Stop the ambush.

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    • NZ does already but it is doomed.
      The government of the Faroes Islands also brings doom!

      …. But now farmers in the remote Atlantic islands are using post Viking-era laws to justify their ability to charge tourists.

      The “Sheep Letter” from 1298 sets out the rules about compensation for trespass on your land.

      The Faroes’ Minister for Trade and Industry, Hogni Hoydal, says that tourism may force them to rewrite their founding laws.

      “If tourists pay a fee, or environment tax, then we need to ensure the money is used to protect nature,”
      “And, I don’t think people should be charging without offering a service.”

      The government man, pushing his snout, in the name of “I am from the Government & I am to help you”.
      Note also the Work “Safety First”, Health & Safety, White Island trial, Government “Weather Watch” where it will cost you if you do not comply. etc.

      Just like the NZ government & Councils, imposing “Heritage” “Significant Natural Areas” “Sites of Significance to Maori”, “3 Waters” & other mythical livened up entities etc., all to be imposed on Private Property owners,

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      • I was thinking actually about around the Mount. a bit of rock claimed by Te originals but given to the ratepayer to look after at an enormous cost. Thost that use it should pay.
        That would sort out the maintenace spending, the no using it would go down, pilot Bay would ince more become a nice place to visit and parking would undergo a transformation.

        But no one with any balls here to do that.

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    • Wite [sic] maori.

      This is why it’s important to have a discussion of “what is a Maori?”
      I don’t think Maori are a distinctive race, since they split off from the Pacific home-island group only some 700 years ago. We can assume that most of the original Pacific population remained on the islands, so the main difference today is that Maori in NZ are a unique admixture of Caucasian / other Polynesian DNA.

      You can see from the photo that many who self-identify as “Maori” have a significant proportion of non-Maori blood in their veins. It seems immoral to only acknowledge those ancestors whose bloodline conveys special treatment and favors in New Zealand today.

      What is the philosophy of privilege?
      “In the context of critical-theoretical discourse on oppression, the concept of privilege is meant to pick out precisely the benefits and advantages that accrue to individuals solely by virtue of their membership by birth into an elite caste (such as, inter alia, a race or gender).”
      By this definition, being able to self-identify as “Maori” conveys privilege. (Which is why so many do it.)

      Speaking of privilege:
      “Do not complain about growing old. It is a privilege denied to many.” — Mark Twain

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      • OS, if Maori were a “Specific Race”, where is the remnants of the Maori Race, that they left behind when they left Hawaiki in the 1300 – 1400’s?

        And where is Hawaiki and why are the people left there (claimed to be Raiaea in the Society Islands) not called Maori? Finally, why do people on Raiatea, claimed home of the Maori, not speak Maori?

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        • Actually how do any of us know they left in the 1300-1400s as they did not write in those days so we are really taking their word for the whole damn thing. And where is this Hawaiki which they claim to come from? Most of these trouble makers have less Maori in their veins than they claim. They are not indigenous. If the Maori party do not agree to support King Charles and all the laws of New Zealand they should be expelled from parliament and have salaries stopped.

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          • Lizzie, they said they left then, so all’s good. If they said they did, then they did without question. Writing, books, literature are all inconsequential.

            Just like they:

            Discovered Antarctica.
            Took Potato to North America.
            Discovered Radio Waves.
            Invented Oilskin. Oh no, thanks not right, that was my Great Grandfather, Edward L, (Teddy) to his mates.

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          • Lets be generous and say they had 400 years all on their lonesome. Nothing to do but fighting their neibouring tribes, and surviving a very backward dismal life. Given they only lived on average 30 years, thats 13 generations.
            With no written words to record their history, how much of this was lost in the telling of tales. I defy anyone to go back 13 generations and get an accurate record of their history.
            This is why even today, with written records, genealogy is fraught with mistakes that cannot be corrected.
            So many erroneous tales have been told about our ancestors, but these Maori must have been remarkable archivists to have their history correct. Like every thing else they invented, maybe they invented invisible ink, that only they can see.

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        • “Cook Islands Māori is an Eastern Polynesian language with a number of dialects. This language belongs to the same language family as New Zealand Māori and the languages of Hawai’i and Tahiti.”

          It would be interesting to compare DNA tests of pre-European Cook Island human remains with their counterparts from about the same timeframe in NZ.

          “A study of DNA extracted from the leg bones of extinct moa birds in New Zealand found that the half-life of DNA is 521 years. So every 1,000 years, 75 per cent of the genetic information is lost. ”

          Bones from 200 years ago should be up to the task.

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    • Nope, I think they’re going to stir the pot until the shit hits the fan. If we think we’re divided as a country now, we got another think coming. But it’s good in a way, as it needs to be sorted out, and these clowns are going to bring it to a head.
      They’re doing a far better job of promoting ACT’s referendum than Seymour could ever hope to do. They will polarise people.

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  5. “Loan Market mortgage adviser Bruce Patten says the Reserve Bank is posturing when it says it might raise the OCR again next year if inflation is not under control.”

    Told ya.
    RB WON’T raise the OCR next time around.
    Write that down birdy and file it up your ass. 👍

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  6. Have some Midori m’dear
    It’s good for the covid I hear
    Do you know who I am, you have nothing to fear
    So have some Midori m’dear

    The story of Tory is here
    Let’s all be perfectly clear
    Get pissed again and you’re out on ear
    So have some…..

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    • bobthebldr:— very good as life repeats. 🙂

      The words seemed to ring in her ear.
      Until the next morning, she woke in her bed
      With a smile on her lips and an ache in her head…
      And a beard in her lug ‘ole that tickled and said:
      Have some madeira, m’dear!

      All to be covered by the modern day’s Council’s holding many ongoing rehabilitating workshops training staff, managing staff, on alcohol abstinence, sexual abstinence, meeting attendance, proper communication and conduct. 🙂

      “Have another Madeira, my dear.”

      Did you swallow it all?

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      • So some first hand experience in “raising a glass”?
        So what it is not.

        Have some madeira, m’dear. You really have nothing to fear.
        I’m not trying to tempt you, that wouldn’t be right,
        You shouldn’t drink spirits at this time of night.
        Have some madeira, m’dear. It’s really much nicer than beer.
        I don’t care for sherry, one cannot drink stout,
        And port is a wine I can well do without…
        It’s simply a case of chacun a son gout
        Have some madeira, m’dear.

        Limeliters “Have Some Madera M’Dear” Lou Gottlieb live 1981
        https://youtu.be/7hO4qvEtPZ4
        6 mins 02 secs :

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  7. Shane Jones and Debbie Ngarew-Packer were interviewed on the telly this morning,
    Did you see the size of the plastic tiki hanging around her kneck?
    It was the size of a dinner plate.
    You just imagine the weight of it if it was real stone.
    Poor girl would have back problems!

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  8. 👹 🤡🤡

    Te Pāti Māori MPs defend Parliament swearing-in actions, Shane Jones calls it ‘excessive’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2023/12/te-p-ti-m-ori-mps-defend-parliament-swearing-in-actions-shane-jones-calls-it-excessive.html

    Te Pāti Māori’s co-leaders have defended their actions at the swearing-in ceremony at Parliament on Tuesday, which included going off-script at one critical point.

    The party’s MPs all broke with protocol on Tuesday by standing and giving a whaikorero when it was their turn to be sworn in. In their speeches, they swore allegiance to mokopuna and said they would exercise their duties in accordance with Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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  9. Can anyone advise on the use of vitex decking. We are in the process of replacing our deck and the architect has recommended this product. Most interested in durability and whether it can be used without any surface treatment.

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  10. Yet another one of SB’s rApE victims.

    Some man-pig must have spiked her 6 bottles of wine with alcohol.

    🍷🍷🍷”An initial breath test revealed an alcohol reading of 1680 micrograms (mcgs) of alcohol per litre of breath. The legal limit is 250mcgs.

    However, the motorist elected a blood sample.

    That result has come back at 343 milligrams (mgs) per 100 millilitres of blood, almost seven times the legal limit of 50mgs, Sergeant Matthew Lee said.

    “That is huge.”🍷🍷🍷

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  11. Why is the Maori Party getting so much air time? They only got 3% and were therefore rejected by Maori. On election night most of the coverage appeared to be about them when they didn’t even have 2%

    Maori make up around 18% of NZ and they clearly do not think that band of racist actors and attention seekers represent them.

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    • The msm are using the disgruntled fools to beat the new white supremacist govt with.
      According to the sour faced co-victim the MP represent 20% of the population. 🤡🤡

      No they don’t cause 20% didn’t vote for you!

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    • Judging by their theatrics to date the intention of the Maori Party is to turn parliament into a freak show.

      About the only way left to further degrade the gravitas of the institution would be to have vendors in Ronald McDonald costumes selling ice creams & Happy Meals between speeches.

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    • lol, my soy fed cows deserve better then that.
      neighbour has 2 big barns, theyre equipped with heaps of those brushes but theyre automatic and sense when the cows are there. the vertical brush like in the vid starts spinning but theres also another mounted on an arm horizontally above the cow, it drops down spinning and scratches their backs at same time.
      the cows spend quite alot of time there and make multiple visits per day, miss daisy day spa and massage!

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  12. https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/12/05/election-voting-errors-spark-investigation-by-auditor-general/
    The auditor-general has launched an investigation after more than two dozen voting places made errors when confirming the final election result.

    John Ryan’s inquiry will examine what quality assurance procedures the Electoral Commission has in place for the vote count in the general election.

    The Electoral Commission discovered errors with the counting of votes after the official result had been confirmed, Ryan said.

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    • What I said weeks ago .

      Certainly 2023 and 2020 there are some incoherent results.
      2020 was a massive aberration. Given 2 census have been screwed under up gr/abour and these are not even political I think it is a LIE that elections do not have interference.
      There was no way on this planet that hundreds of thousands of Nats people voted liebour to keep the greens out.
      You should be sectioned for believing that crap.

      Every time in history in NZ there is a recount there is a different number .
      WHY ???
      Clearly numbers/count is unreliable.
      That is what got Wyatt Creech in Wairarapa years ago.
      What got Winston P. into parliament first time.

      So the numbers do change on a recount. This means the system is horse shit.
      There is no cross tabulation nor pattern checking which could be done even in a Excel model; better in a SQL DB.
      Each booth should be water tight and this method rolled up the line.

      It is easy enough, so either it is malfeasance or incompetence.
      I think it is base of incompetence with added malfeasance.
      A third year applied maths or pure maths student could set up a model as a project so why cant a fecking goo-mint dept with all the resources ?

      It is ludicrous that your vote does not count (properly)
      There are so many red flags…. if sewn together would be half the size of Eden park

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    • As Curious @ 3:27 pm picked up on how VFF tell of the missing data in the whistle blowers data.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1687/#comment-371709

      VFF make good sense, on the two points.
      If the Ministry of Health anonymizes & release that raw data, then it should show a healthier section of the community was vaccinated.

      ….. If there is nothing to hide, release the full set of anonymised data for both bulk-funded and pay-per-dose providers. ….
      https://www.voicesforfreedom.co.nz/blog/missing-data-explained/

      So one should see a much lower death rate, or even normal.
      This is a world wide experiment & New Zealand has a responsibility, a duty, to show the world the success of Pfizer mRNA vaccines.
      Even more of a duty if there is a problem in showing up in those numbers.

      Free the New Zealand Raw Data on the vaxxes. 🙂

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      • While I admire your optimism S1 , the globalist simp and puppet Nude Nut will never allow it it.
        He is under orders.
        Actung Achtung !!!!

        I figure that he gave lot of concession to ACT and NZF and will not entertain any more.
        They got a good run in negotiations.
        The door is closed.

        Notional are donkey deep in the coercion and don’t want much exposed.

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        • Thanks howitis, :—–
          Not to have some hope? At least that leads to persistence,
          Some one else may see things be effected, and see another way to me.
          Nothing is perfect, but a few good shakes, add some stress to the system.
          I have heard, a hint there is another whistle blower in the wings. Maybe a dummy pass?
          I think if I was him, I would be watching how this plays out, & for sure not be aligning with Liz Gunn.
          But with whom? & is his data critical?

          Plus one can see the necessity of getting many ducks lined up in row, before doing the drop of info.

          Play with the cards we are dealt, as best as one can figure, even if seems to be no effect.

          It is not so much the National or ACT, it is the global agenda controls on them.
          An interesting conundrum with the media to arise as well, which will signal the real change of wind. the dogs of war?
          Why if Luxon & Seymour are in the agenda’s pocket?

          But he who risks all, whether some member of the Parties, or like Thomas Crammer exposing the Mahuta Mafiosi with further connections to He Puapua 3 Waters, to see the Co-Governance.

          Information can become Power, and transforms into knowledge which should be used wisely.
          From that deck of cards one never can be sure who has Aces, or a Joker, let alone what can be up the sleeve, & timing for what a lower card can become a Trump 🙂

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    • Is New Zealand Hiding Invaluable Covid Vax Data?
      https://youtu.be/9MJOgBg-CxI
      17 mins 26 secs : Vejon Health : Dr. Philip McMillan :

      Bringing up the reasons why New Zealand Government’s Ministry of Health need to release all the data.
      He sees that New Zealand islands should have great information, a great experiment to study & compare to the world.
      In how as they delayed the covid coming with the quarantining & lockdowns, then to the delayed vaccine.

      He does not over react, but can certainly knows how to pull thing apart that piques his curiosity to know more.
      Just that the information is very important as a part of a piece to fit into the jigsaw, that he draws on & compares.

      NZ being a valuable way to be researched as things were different for NZ.
      The cleanest data of vaxx as not really any Covid at the time of vaxxing.
      Then what happens when they open the Borders fpr the
      Then to see the Omicron variety arrive, is also good information. The best data in the world.
      So why is that data not out there in the world to be independently reviewed? It is a valuable resource for research.
      Why is this not being shared?

      Aooteeaaraaa’s science seems to be following an agenda of returning to the “Stone Age” to deliver New Zealand as virgin territory to some weird agenda.
      Will the NZ government release all the raw data?

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    • Guy Hatchard has put out another report.
      Most of it alludes to a number of studies done in South Korea, which has good medical records, & is able to note who is vaxxed & unvaxxed on a number of health issues.

      There are links to go onto the studies which I have not read up, but I do note “significantly higher” for what it is worth on the first study.
      “Substantially higher” for that 2nd study.
      The 3rd study showing “significant risk”

      I did notice that one of the studies said it did not include deaths.
      Obviously the dead were not able to be tested & measured for these afflictions.
      Well done South Korea, seeking truth & sharing it.

      …. Who do you believe? The researchers in Korea who have published analysis of millions of post vaccination health records officially made available by their government or our government who are still refusing to make health records available whilst insisting that COVID-19 vaccination is safe and effective? ….
      https://hatchardreport.com/korean-studies-indicate-what-our-government-is-hiding/

      So NZ public health system seems to refuse to share, & has no qualms in continuing to vaccinate.
      Why??

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  13. I was on the southern motorway today during the much vaunted protests. Maybe I was lucky but I saw virtually nothing. I went under a bridge near Mangare and there were about 100 with their flags. Now, as I have supported both the tractor and Vax protests, i fully support their right to protest. However, who they should be targeting is the piss poor effort from Labour over the last 6 years and the fact that their Racist maori Party is so fucking useless, hardly anyone takes them seriously.

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    • ….However, who they should be targeting is the piss poor effort from Labour

      Jeepers you racist south African !!!!
      Just like that Musk fulla.
      Begone.
      Off to Italy with you.

      You bring your scientific logic into an emotional shell game.
      That is sooo racist. 😁

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      • That’s the problem with Saffas. We experienced first hand what real racism is all about. Separatism, Apartheid, anything that is based primarily on Race either to divide or give advantage will always fail. It always pays to remember that under the skin, all blood is the same colour….

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