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  1. “Shocking new study reveals Harvard University is the worst school for free speech in the USA”, Fox news this morning.
    So now it’s become apparent why they employed that stacked high piece of shit Horseface/ Cnutface Ardern,, in that place she can carry on with her plans to censor and ban people who don’t agree with the agenda of whichever fascist governments end up using her ideas when she’s perfected them.
    McGill has gone from Upenn, hopefully the racist black lesbian from Harvard will be next in line for the chop and let’s pray she grabs that skinny bow legged pig Dame Ardern on her way out and jumps in the garbage with her slamming the lid closed so neither of them are ever seen in public again.

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  2. There are people in this country who have no ability to look at who is causing the problem.

    And right on que, here is one now. His name is Paora Stanley the CEO of a Maori IWI, Ngāi Te Rangi in Tauranga. Mr Stanley claims ACT’s policy to allow pseudoephedrine based medicine back in retail outlets will cause a huge explosion of drugs made using pseudoephedrine and as such wants pseudoephedrine banned again.

    But what Mr Stanley is too dumb to acknowledge, is that it is his brethren, namely Maori Gang Members, who are making and distributing these drugs of which he claims to be so concerned about.

    It is quite simple, he could get “His People” to stop producing or buying these drugs of which he is so concerned about and then there would be no need to ban pseudoephedrine.

    Another dumbfuck who does not want too and is too lazy too address the cause, only the disease.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/pseudoephedrine-acts-david-seymour-says-ban-not-working-but-iwi-leader-fears-meth-rise-if-reversed/DD5NNNQYQ5D2LLGHCDWM6NDHQI/

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  3. An article on Bassett Brash and Hide on a suggestion on knocking back the ever increasing insidious creep of Maori names in New Zealand.
    Of most interest to me is that this is my neighbour with whom we both independently volunteered our services to set up the Stop Co Governance Meeting in Waimate.
    My contribution some time ago was to withdraw my monies from Hone Heke St John – if they have enough money for sign writing then they don’t need mine.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/john-bell-time-to-act?postId=8743c78c-76aa-48ef-b13c-30028ce08e94&utm_campaign=7933a79f-6f75-43ec-ba22-8d2d959069e8&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=4063dfb1-06f4-4404-9281-29cf4733f2bd&cid=6eee99aa-e702-458d-895b-09e973f36347

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    • HP, the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem for which the St Johns Ambulance was named after, is of course a Maori construct and has roots back to the time of the arrival of Maori to New Zealand on their way to Antarctica from Hawaiki.

      Time you caught up on history, although it may prove difficult as there are no Native books from that era to, refer too.

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    • HP did you get the begging letter recently from Hone Heke St John. Peter Williams read it out when he was interviewing the insurance broker last week. In it they say that they have had 65000 extra callouts over the last year. Not sure what period that covers he didn’t say.

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      • I got that; will have a look now.
        Sitting on a table unopened.

        I did donate until near ten years ago.
        They have severely wasted resources and the Akl/Waikato branch went on a big takeover exercise about 20 years ago.
        They just wanted control. Where have I heard that before.
        They took over everywhere except the Wellington free ambulance area.
        It was empire building.

        I do not like the way they exploit people. I know people who have worked for years; a day or 2 a week on 12 hour shifts – hoping to get a full time paid crew role.
        So they can work 25 hours for free for years in the HOPE of getting a paid role.
        This needs to be sorted out .
        The americium exploitative method of internships must not be allowed here.

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      • Pisses me off that they have given their older ambulances to Ukraine claiming they have plenty of serviceable life left in them.
        Then why aren’t they still using them in New Zealand where they have been funded largely by public subscription.
        If I want to donate toward ambulances to Ukraine I’ll do so, but if I donate to St John for services in New Zealand I don’t expect them to give away perfectly useful equipment.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzy2CQrgv84

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  4. KEA, Millions are already being cut from the plod budget as the incorruptible amongst that sorry gang of semi morons leave for a better safer deal in Australia where they don’t violate peoples rights with powers given to them by Ardern and her fagg cabinet that allows them qualified immunity to lie on official police forms and then not apologize when they are caught out doing it, cnuts.

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    • Like everything else the pigs have been taken over by the totalitarian leftists and used to socially engineer people. Rather than perform their core role of keeping the worst elements of society under some sort of control. That is why we see extreme force used against harmless dissidents as thugs have a field day.

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      • Viking, They are mostly going to WA ,apparently it’s the best state to be an officer of the law in Aussie, my youngest Son is there and is amazed at the place he reckons after experiencing that place and his workplace there NZ is FCUKED.

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  5. Children Vaccinated in Messenger RNA COVID-19 Trials at Higher Risk of Certain Illnesses: Study
    Study analyzed data from clinical trials.

    Children who received a Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in clinical trials were at increased risk of certain illnesses, according to a new study.

    Compared to placebo recipients, children who received one of the modified messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) shots were at an increased risk for serious adverse events or respiratory tract infections, Dr. Christine Stabell Benn and other researchers found.

    Dr. Benn led a group in analyzing data from phase 3 trials conducted for the mRNA vaccines in children, or people younger than 18.

    The group was focused on figuring out whether the vaccines could have unintended effects beyond COVID-19.

    They examined trial data from regulatory websites and other sources, ending up with six studies that covered 25,549 people, about 68 percent of whom received a vaccine. The rest received a placebo.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/children-vaccinated-in-messenger-rna-covid-19-trials-at-higher-risk-of-certain-illnesses-study-5543234?ea_src=ai_recommender&ea_med=desktop_health

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  6. China Approves 5 New COVID-19 Vaccines for ‘Emergency Use’ Amid Worsening Pneumonia Outbreak

    China Approves 5 New COVID-19 Vaccines for ‘Emergency Use’ Amid Worsening Pneumonia Outbreak
    While relaunching COVID-19 control measures, Beijing is still reluctant to admit that the country is experiencing a nationwide outbreak.

    Five major Chinese pharmaceutical companies recently announced that Beijing approved their newly developed COVID-19 vaccines for “emergency use” amid the fast-worsening pneumonia outbreak in China. Meanwhile, authorities have reinstated COVID-19 control measures, including PCR testing and health codes, in various locations nationwide.

    Nevertheless, the ruling Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) health authorities continue to provide conflicting information regarding the surge in pneumonia infections, particularly among children, since mid-October, refraining from calling it a new COVID-19 outbreak. Experts believe that the CCP is once again attempting to conceal information, which is reminiscent of its actions at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2019, to safeguard the regime’s political security.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/china/china-approves-5-new-covid-19-vaccines-for-emergency-use-amid-worsening-pneumonia-outbreak-5541998?utm_source=uschinanoe&src_src=uschinanoe&utm_campaign=uschina-2023-12-10&src_cmp=uschina-2023-12-10&utm_medium=email&est=GlStoak50K%2FMnfgr%2FnIVW4Kk7tOPmFY1%2BTIrdPzIaCiAC7QgndJsfzjhj63Frz0%3D

    Beijing responded to the World Health Organization’s request for data on the outbreak by saying that no “unusual or new pathogens” have been found.

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  7. Annastacia Palaszczuk to Resign as Premier
    ‘Queensland is in good shape, which is why now it’s time for me to leave,’ she said.
    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that she will step down from her position and retire from politics at the end of the week.

    This marks the end of the last remaining “pandemic-era” leader who oversaw their state or territory’s COVID-19 response, including border closures and lockdowns.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/world/annastacia-palaszczuk-to-resign-as-premier-5544372?utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoe&src_src=Aomorningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2023-12-10&src_cmp=Aomb-2023-12-10&utm_medium=Aoemail&cta_utm_source=Aomorningbriefnoecta&est=UxPIeG9CtpXaKHjtrE0hk3jl8HTQZrbuyZwNhdrSeIaxyJA%2F9W%2BSVp3QmzQxpuo%3D

    Quitting because they are after them all.

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    • Nine long years of neglect.

      In Fact she has left them with hosting the 2032 Olympics.
      A Vanity project.
      Given Victoria – once a richer State – bailed out of the half baked Commonwealth Games and QLD did not want it despite hosting the Games in 2018 and having some facilities ….this is heading for a Montreal – 1976 type situation.
      But pasta chook will have her generous superannuation.

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  8. A car full of Irish nuns is sitting at a traffic light in downtown Dublin, when a bunch of rowdy drunks pull up alongside of them.
    “Hey, show us yer tits, ya bloody penguins!” shouts one of the drunks.
    Quite shocked, Mother Superior turns to Sister Mary Immaculata and says, “I don’t think they know who we are; show them your cross.”
    Sister Mary Immaculata rolls down her window and shouts, “Piss off, ya fookin’ little wankers, before I come over there and rip yer balls off!”
    Sister Mary Immaculata then rolls up her window, looks back at Mother Superior, quite innocently, and asks, “Did that sound cross enough?

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  9. In this season of overconsumption it’s timely that warning signs be printed on bottles containing alcoholic drinks to warn users of likely effects:

    WARNING: consumption of alcohol may cause you to wake up with breath that could knock a seagull off a shit truck at 100 metres.

    WARNING: consumption of alcohol may lead you to believe that ex-lovers are really dying for you to telephone them at 4 in the morning.

    WARNING: consumption of alcohol may leave you wondering what the hell ever happened to your pants.

    WARNING: consumption of alcohol may cause you to roll over in the morning & see something really scary (whose species and/or name you can’t remember)

    WARNING: consumption of alcohol is the leading cause of inexplicable carpet burn on the forehead.

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    • Last I looked in detail there were 26,000 organisations in NZ with charity status.
      About 10 years ago.
      At least 75% should not qualify.
      There should be de-registration of all then re-application, and 5 yearly renewal with proof they do ‘charitable works ‘

      The bureaucracy would be paid for as most of these (dubious ) organisations would not be charities and would have to pay tax or fold.
      It is laziness by internal affairs.

      All churches should be tax liable. Esp. after the harm they cause as shown in the
      …..The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care
      Those rapists should pay tax at a 60% flat rate if they want to keep their creepy outfits on in NZ. Bastards.

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      • …….”All churches should be tax liable. Esp. after the harm they cause”……

        Definitely, but the stumbling block is the enabling legislation which holds that “advancement of religion” is a charitable activity.

        I fail to see what brainwashing, installing guilt for being human or fucking small boys up the arse has to do with charity but there we have it.

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  10. Finally some good news about Maori/Polynesian health. Their preference for instant, fatty, over processed, sugary shit will keep them safe from the latest medical prophesy of doom:

    ……”Experts have said there are strong connections between social media and eating disorders, particularly orthorexia, which is an obsession with eating foods that are considered healthy. “…….

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2023/12/11/expert-says-balance-needed-to-tackle-rise-in-eating-disorders/

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    • looks like theyre upset at the part of the treaty thay says maori and whitey are to be treated equally.

      good shit, hope they ramp up the native outrage and further demonstrate why seymours referendum is needed.

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    • 3 of those arrested were already breaching bail… so theyre hardworking, upstanding citizens then //////

      looks like until te pati, labour and greens are back in power we’re gunna see the rise of the brown thugs veto via “protests”… yeah nah its not a protest its just straight out clack bunts doing clack bunt things.

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    • ‘Meanwhile, video posted on social media showed a protester speaking over a megaphone to those gathered at Te Papa.

      He said the English version of the Treaty said “our tupuna ceded sovereignty to the Crown”.

      “That’s a lie,” he said.’

      So this guy is obviously unaware of the chiefs at the time who didn’t sign because they refused to cede sovereignty.

      He has to then either accept that his ancestors if they signed, were feeble-minded fools who didn’t know what they were doing when other chiefs did, or that they knew they were ceding sovereignty.

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  11. Cook Strait Ferries!
    What this new government need to do is look at replacing the fancy new Cook Strait, path that liarbour were heading down, with expensive hybrid engines to plain diesel engines which would save a shitload of money.
    Don’t use the heavy fuel oil ones. Plain diesel would be better for the environment!
    I’m quessing with labors queer ideas you would save halve the cost of each ferry!
    What we need is plain mixed freight cargo ferries not fancy pie in the sky boats that any ship builder is able to make, so we are not getting ripped off!

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  12. What percentage of indigenous blood do you need to have, to qualify to be an “indigenous person”?

    For example, if I was born in Manchester, my mother is half French and half English, but my father is Polish, could I claim to be an indigenous native of Great Britain?

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    • What would be the point?
      We are the only country that allows some of it’s citizens to claim some imaginary status because of their tiny percent of tainted blood. And then we give them money based on that faulty status.
      Who are the dumb ones?
      All of us who put up with this shit and allow them to abuse it.

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    • No only not white people can be first nation, indigenous, ethnic, or anything else. The left don’t believe white people exist as any sort of racial or cultural group. They are a just a bunch of racist aberrations.

      We don’t need to lash out at non whites to fix this. They are just playing the hand they were dealt. This is coming from WHITE WOMEN and their SIMP enablers. If we control our women and simps this will reverse for the benefit of all. The left is driven by WOMEN. But don’t listen to me. Ignore me.

      Just look at who the biggest group of support was for totalitarian hell of Ardernism. Look at the polls. They all say the same thing all over the world. The cruel and reality denying left is driven by WOMEN.

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      • Neither are Japanese indigenous to Japan (despite the Yayoi and Jomon groups moving into the archipelago over 2,000 years ago).
        The Japanese language has borrowed the English word “ethnic” and use it in the same way, i.e., (non-white and non-Japanese).

        「エスニック(ethnic)」とはもともと「民族の」という意味の言葉で、アジア、アフリカ、中南米などの民族文化に由来するさまを指します。
        Translation: The word “ethnic” originally meant “of a race,” and refers to something that originates from the ethnic culture of Asia, Africa, Central and South America, etc.

        The nuance of エスニック is the same as the English word. エスニック(ethnic)”Asian” food to Japanese would be food from Thailand, Cambodia and the like. Japanese would definitely not consider Japanese food to be “ethnic.”

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    • White people are about 8-9 percent of the world, or less.
      less than one billion of us/them

      So clearly a MINORITY.
      There are more Chinese in China that white people in the world
      More Indians in India than white people in the world .

      Of course we could pretend to be Semites like that vast majority of (East) European Whyte jews do !! 🙂

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  13. Just watched Luxon doing his post-cabinet press conference. Man he’s come a long way. Kept it friendly, didn’t get caught out (despite plenty of attempts to trip him up), stayed on message, and pretty much answered all questions. Didn’t vote for the guy, but very impressed. And I’m even warming to Winnie. Things are looking brighter these days.

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  14. The government needs to stop engaging with the media and cut all funding immediately. They need to do the same with racist government sponsored projects and agencies.

    So far they have exceeded expectations pushing back on divisive far left ideology. I tried to explain to the assembled meat puppets, simps and others – that Luxton and Seymour were nothing like Ardern. In spite of many of you claiming they were two sides of the same coin. I attempted to explain to the meat puppets that they were playing politics to get a fair go in the media and would be much better once in power.

    Another prophecy of Kea fulfilled.

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  15. That’s an understatement. Another huge issue with EV’s, I just learnt, is if you charge them more than 80% or let them drop below 20% it damages the battery. Once the battery is done the car is a write off.

    EV’s are a miserable failure by every measure. Harmful to the environment, hugely expensive, unreliable, expensive, difficult and lengthy to recharge, require subsidies (where the working class subsidise the rich), look ugly, destroy roads due to the massive weight and are incredibly dangerous to anyone who goes near them.

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    • Kea,

      Don’t know where you get your information but most of what you said about EV’s is wrong.

      Yes, keeping the battery charged between 20% and 80% increases the life of an EV battery but letting it go below 20% or charging above 80% does not “damage” the battery. All batteries wear out over time, that is normal. Letting a lead acid battery discharge below 50% also shortens its life.

      We have been so happy with the performance, reliability and low maintenance cost of our Nissan LEAF EV over the past nine years that we purchased a second Nissan LEAF and sold our Holden gas guzzler. The nine year-old LEAF battery still has 77% of it’s original capacity and it was used when we purchased it nine years ago.

      As far as reliability is concerned the nine year-old LEAF has never failed us. In nine years the total maintenance costs were two new tires, windshield wipers and windshield wiper fluid. That’s it!

      We plug both our LEAFs in at home for one hour a day. That gives us enough charge to do our daily driving. Costs about $1.25 per day per car. Takes about 20 seconds to plug it in. Don’t have to drive to the petrol station and spend five minutes filling the tank.

      Our LEAF weighs about the same as the Holden we sold. Trucks are hugely heavier and do far more damage to roads than EVs.

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      • “Yes, keeping the battery charged between 20% and 80% increases the life of an EV battery”

        Because it damages it. People who regularly exceed those limits get radically shortened battery life. Just as you said. Doing it from time to time you probably won’t notice the damage.

        Given the tiny wee distance you can drive in a Leaf I am not surprised you focused on time owned rather than km driven. I’d have that thing junked in a year.

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      • So the nine year usage car is a Nana car if you have replaced 2 tyres in 9 years and not even done the brakes.
        No fluids for brake, power steering, transmission or coolant.
        No wheel alignment,…. bugger all.
        Hardly a comparison to a real car.

        A couple of minutes at a petrol station every 600 km is no big deal and we keep our Indian Immigrants gainfully employed.
        Or not, if we go to Gull or Waitomo !

        That church must be close .
        What actual kms done?

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      • Bert, the bulk of EVs arent tiny cars like a leaf.
        keas honda city would be cheap to fuel and low maintanence aswell if it was low use.

        EVs will suit some people fine, the majority it wont, i dont care what someone wants to drive i just want the govt and green loons to piss off and stop pushing everyone to buy cars they dont want.

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  16. Having just returned from couple of blissfully Maorification-free weeks in the West Island, the Authorities of Aotearoa seem to think I’m in need of a refresher. This invitation from the high school my youngest daughter starts at next year awaited me:

    Tena koutou katoa.

    We invite all our newly enrolled akonga and whanau to attend our Mihi Whakatau, to welcome you formally. We engage in Kaupapa Maori practices as a responsibility to te Tiriti o Waitangi and use this process to welcome you first as manuhiri (visitors), then throughout the ceremony we lift the tapu (restrictions) and become one as tangata whenua of Te Kura _____ o _____.

    The typical process of a Mihi Whakatau:

    1. All manuhiri will be guided to their seats
    2. A karakia (blessing) will be recited
    3. The first person to speak will represent tangata whenua (H_____ High School)
    4. H_____ High School will follow with a waiata tautoko (supportive song)
    5. Manuhiri (newly enrolled whanau) will be invited to speak, and we can provide a kaik6rero (speaker)
    6. Manuhiri will follow with a waiata tautoko and words will be provided
    7. Manuhiri will be invited to hongi/shake hands with tangata whenua (only the first few rows of people)
    8. Everybody will be invited to have kai together and this will complete the Mihi Whakatau.

    If your whanau speaks te reo Maori and wish to be kaikorero you are welcome to do this, however, we encourage you to let us know in advance. If you would like to speak on behalf of manuhiri, please get in touch with _____ (Deputy Principal), _____@_____.school.nz. Any other questions about the Mihi Whakatau process can also be directed to _____.

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  17. never heard of that one before saggy… do i want to know? sounds dodgy.

    imo if you ever find yourself in that position i suggest you start barking and licking your balls, dogs and barking mob members dont seem to get targeted by the poolice.

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  18. Sir Collin Tukuitonga resigns from NZ government roles, citing ‘no confidence’
    RNZ
    11 Dec, 2023 07:08 PM
    One of New Zealand’s most prominent Pacific health leaders says he has “no confidence” in the Government after stepping down from almost every advisory role.

    Long-standing champion for health Sir Collin Tukuitonga told RNZ Pacific he has resigned as the chairman of Te Whatu Ora Pacific Senate, a week after the new Government officially took over.

    “I really don’t want to work for this Government. I have no confidence. They are not going to treat Pacific people well and I want to be free to speak up and speak out.”

    Tukuitonga had also stepped down from several other government advisory groups.

    “I was appalled at the decision to repeal the smokefree legislation because it is Māori and Pacific people who are going to pay the price. That really annoyed me no end.”

    Tukuitonga said he was unhappy with how the Government was scrapping legislation “for tax cuts”, which he believed “was immoral”.

    Finance Minister Nicola Willis has previously said scrapping smokefree laws would help fund tax cuts.

    However, Tukuitonga said disestablishing the Māori Health Authority/Te Aka Whai Ora was “premature and ill-advised,” and that “Māori deserve better”.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/sir-collin-tukuitonga-resigns-from-nz-government-roles-citing-no-confidence/SNOMD4MPOBHK5NLU26SUACOVV4/

    he Niuean-born New Zealand doctor, public health academic, public policy expert and advocate for reducing health inequalities of Māori and Pasifika people has been a leading force informing Governments on indigenous and Pacific health needs.

    He was instrumental in providing the previous Government expertise during the Covid-19 pandemic, which saw Pacific people have the highest vaccination rates out of any other group.

    so he is responsible for all the jabs the darkies got. I wonder when they will wake up and realize he has resigned the death warrants?

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    • …….“I was appalled at the decision to repeal the smokefree legislation because it is Māori and Pacific people who are going to pay the price”…….

      Sucks to be Maori when even your own champion for your health reckons you’re too weak & addicted to instant gratification to give up tobacco even if it’s killing you.

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        • Never underestimate the capacity our Tangata Whenua have for losing skills Ed. Victoria University did an archaeological dig at the site of some middens out at the coast near Te Awaiti a while back.

          They made a few discoveries but the takeaway was that the terraces above high water mark had once been kumara gardens but they hadn’t been used for centuries. Another was that the mighty Ngāti Kahungunu had at some stage been reduced to eating fantails.

          So it seems that as they’d lost the art of ocean navigation they sat by the sea, hungry & doing fuck all to improve the situation. Forgetting how to grow tobacco would be a logical progression.

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          • geez tough gig being the poor bastard in charge of collecting enough fantails to feed the tribe!
            even to feed 100ppl woodpigeon or cockels etc would be hard enough but fantails… fuck that, id quit and jump in the hangi pit.

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          • lost art of ocean navigation…. pfffft, they followed some whales.

            if they were so good at navigation why no trade or encounters at sea with other fleets of ships etc?
            why no sign of them even in aussie?
            and why if they were that shit scared of being eaten by hemi next door didnt they get their arses back on the water and find somewhere else to go?

            what if nz was to polynesians what aussie was to britan… a prison/penal colony, send the scum there to either thrive or die
            it makes more sense then the bullshit we’re fed and supposed to believe, also explains their skills at crime too.

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            • If they used the Cook Islands as a jumping off point then at the right time of the year the currents would bring them fairly close to NZ.

              Past readers of Flightlessbirdblog may recall a commentator with the moniker “Black with a Vengeance” or as some of the more irreverent used to call him “Off White with an Attitude”. Anyway he was one of a crew which followed the Polynesian immigration routes in an ocean going canoe.

              He described some of the navigation methods used on the voyages. One was the skipper lowering himself into the water & sensing the movement of the water currents with his scrotum.

              In short I have little trouble in accepting that Maori made the journey to NZ via canoe & realise that some of them must have sailed back the other way to tell of the new El Dorado. It just that over a few centuries they forgot how to do it.

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  19. LINDSAY MITCHELL: Does the Māori Party really speak for all Māori?

    Over the past week New Zealand has seen the Māori Party forcefully assert that it is the true and authentic voice of Māori, and other parties equally strongly assert the Māori Party does not own Māori. Neither faction has provided factual evidence for their position although Shane Jones moved in that direction with an off–the-cuff remark about voting trends that was more anecdotal than objective.

    Can voting in the 2023 election answer the question of who is the true and authentic voice of Māori? Beware the famous quote ‘Most people use statistics like a drunk man uses a lamppost; more for support than illumination.’

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/lindsay-mitchell-does-the-m%C4%81ori-party-really-speak-for-all-m%C4%81ori?postId=2168ae99-43e5-4663-9709-eb570537d393&utm_campaign=3f8f8f73-4f8b-4762-a405-c2f885b7b558&utm_source=so&utm_medium=mail&utm_content=bcd68a89-038d-408d-85a9-7fb5efe6583e&cid=0e30c3c6-5fa5-4aad-8fbb-f511907bcec4

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