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  1. One of the reasons Bud Light, the left, giant corporations, WEF, elements of National, all coalesce and seem to have the same Woke values is Technique [Ellul]. The power of procedures, dehumanising structural management methods and bureaucracy, tend towards one common goal: tranny beer.

    Go small, go local, in everything.

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  2. Rising interest rates are coinciding with an increase in homeowners losing their properties in mortgagee sales.

    “You get to the lowest of the low in your life when you’re living in a house that you’re looking around, and you’re losing it.”

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2023/12/auckland-woman-s-warning-to-homeowners-after-losing-property-in-mortgagee-sale.html

    The “lowest of the low” are the human garbage that create and maintain this debt fueled ponzi scheme and/or fail to condemn it.

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    • You complain a lot about your Ponzi scheme, Bird. So what would you suggest? That the state buys up all the rental stock? Then rents them out at a loss? That people build homes and sell them below cost? As far as debt is concerned, the reason people have mortgages is they’d be waiting a long time to buy a house if they had to save the full amount.

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      • You are right Saggy but so is Kea with use of the word Ponzi.
        We were talking to a young guy the other day who has worked his rear off for the last 4 years ( the company he works for had a lot of overtime going, to get rid of a back load of data processing). He has saved $200k —the bank will offer him $450-$550k towards a house. But he lives on his own and he says he cannot afford to service that much –ie. the bank thinks he can, so will happily stretch him but he has some common sense (in my view) and is refusing that level of debt.
        NB. The overtime has now finished.

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        • He’s wise Ross, not to take on more than he’s comfortable servicing.. But why not start with an apartment for 450k – only needs to borrow $250. Or buy the house for $750k (200+550), and go halves with someone. He’d only need to borrow $175. Either way, gets his foot in the door. I’d go for option B as capital gain on apartments is poor (but rent is better). Esp if he wants to live in it. Or option C, buy the $750 himself and get a couple of flatmates to help service the debt.

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            • “ Aren’t all of the governments house rentals charged out at below market rates?”

              Wrong again I’m afraid:

              🚨Mike Hunty October 4, 2023 At 10:24 am
              My mate rents out a 5 bdr house in Christchurch to Kai [ insert maori name] and they give him $1350pw. It’s realistic income is $620pw. They then rent it out to their ferals. In the 5 years K has had it, it has been repaired and fully renovated.. SEVEN TIMES courtesy of the taxpayer. As a landlord, what’s not to like? 🤷‍♂️

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          • An apartment is out because of the corporate fees. I’m not sure what it is like up your way but in Wellington they are huuuuuge.
            I think he could pick one of your other options but he has got used to living on his own, so he’ll have compromise if he wants to stay in Wellington.
            He currently looking in Levin —his job can be done at home and if he has to go into Wellington one or two days a week it is a relatively easy commute.

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          • Damn near on the money with that Saggy, the problem doesn’t lye in the fact that he is trying to do it on his own its that he wants to live outside of his means, cant afford what you want, compromise start with a cheaper place that puts a roof over your head, get a second job (just watch out for that damn tax) get a flat mate, change job, do what ever it takes, I had to and it worked out good for me

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        • Ross12 – after the economy was devasted by the lockdowns and was on its knees – houses were going up at a rate beyond the average wage. In other words if you saved every cent you earned you would still be going backwards.

          This was done deliberately by Ardern through printing money to make scummy ponzi players think they were rich and the country was prosperous.

          What we got was massive inflation and billions upon billions in debt paid to foreign owned banks. And everyday we see the lowest representations of humanity defending this shit.

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      • Faggy I have been crystal clear about what I suggest and its none of things you lied about.

        The government needs to stop printing money to raise house prices. The government needs to stop mass immigration to raise house prices. The government needs to stop handing out subsidies to landlords to raise house prices. The government needs to wind back regulations designed to increase house prices.

        Even a low resolution thinker like you can follow that.

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  3. Americans are complaining because average house prices are approaching 400k , FFS they should come down to Auckland and see what 400k buys ,IMHO anyone especially 1st home buyers that get into NZs grossly overpriced housing market at this time are fcuking nuts.

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  4. There’s one thing for sure it’s been a while since the “ they made 300k after only owning the property for 2 years” reports have been seen ,,those days are gone and will never return unless this ruined Country can get back on its feet financially ,Peak property prices have been reached , FOMO has become GTFOH when it comes to buying real estate for any short / mid term gains IMHO.

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      • Often when people quote a gain of 300k in 2 years etc they neglect to include the holdings and transaction costs. Rates, interest, insurance, maintenance, real estate agents and lawyers fees etc.
        Also it is only a gain if it was done as an investment exercise, if it is the property they reside in it is likely that all of the “gain” will be needed to purchase another property.

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        • Inflation is not capital gains. Inflation both raises the number of dollars and devalues them. Real capital gains are based on increased wealth or diminished supply. None of those apply to the housing market. There are tens of thousands of houses for sale all over NZ and we are getting less wealthy.

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          • *and we are getting less wealthy.
            You are. Every day you rent you lose money. But you’re a loser, meh. You are going backward.
            My coin is spread over several investments. Property and shares. So, I am not exposed to property highs and lows. I hold gold. I hold telecommunications stock. I don’t lose money.

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  5. Yeah / Nah, taking medical advice endorsed by a UFC fighter is a great idea ////////

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IV_WEy2-Ik
    “Biggest Piece of Sh*t of All Time” – Travis Kelce’s $20 MILLION Pfizer Pay Day

    Patrick Bet-David, Adam Sosnick, and Vincent Oshana are joined by UFC Fighter Colby Covington as they discuss Travis Kelce’s $20 million dollar pay day from Pfizer to promote the COVID-19 vaccine.

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    • Not sure about your opening sentence.

      The UFC Fighter Colby Covington was the one saying don’t take the vax (and wearing the MAGA hat) – rather take advice from him than Travis Kelce and his vacuous girlfriend.

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      • McDuff, I have no idea who those UFC fighters are. $20m to sell his soul to push genocide jabs. Lets just say, I hope karma hits the ‘Judas’ 😈😈😈💩💩💩 harder than his kick arse UFC mates could.

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  6. Got up early and went down the port to watch the QE2 come in!
    In at 7 and out again at 6. Cloudy, no mountain view for them either.
    These cruise liners aren’t attractive boats. Floating slabs! Stuff as many punters on as possible!

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  7. Little bastards

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/12/property-owner-assaulted-after-finding-teenagers-burgling-his-auckland-home.html
    A homeowner is injured and five youths have been arrested following the burglary of a house and subsequent assault in Auckland on Wednesday night.

    “Those involved ran from the area, however responding frontline officers, with the assistance of the Eagle helicopter and the police dog unit, located and took all five into custody without further incident.

    Mayes said the victim sustained minor injuries and the five young people, aged between 11 and 13, were referred to Youth Aid.

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    • The simple message continues from the Doctor Vladimir Zelenko even though he passed in June 2023

      🚨🚨🚨Dr. Zelenko claims that ALL viruses are treated with the EXACT SAME protocol – Please listen :
      “All #Viruses, even ‘Marburg’ is treated with the exact SAME protocol!”
      (1) Zinc = stops virus from spreading
      +
      (2) Quercetin = maximum Zinc absorption
      +
      (3) Ivermectin/Fenbendazole/hydroxychloroquine = fights the virus
      .
      I tried my best to generalize what these supplements/medications do, BUT I am a NOT an expert, so PLEASE, do your own research!!!

      https://twitter.com/bambkb/status/1738986075656270263
      1 min 37 secs

      As also ties in with Dr. Peter McCullough’s early similar treatment protocols.

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  8. Headline: “Remuera home invasion: Police arrest five aged 11 to 13, man taken to hospital”
    Ref: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/remuera-home-invasion-police-arrest-five-aged-11-13-years-man-taken-to-hospital/QHBBEMEL25HP5LA32VCKCTW75Y/

    Five 11-to-13-year-olds. . . Probably with an average weight of 85 kg and a height of 180 cm. . .

    I am sure the police have records for each of these yoof.
    I wonder which suburb they came from?

    “In general, the best thing to do is to avoid a confrontation, maintain observations, and call Police.”
    Mayes said this type of crime is unacceptable and has no place in our communities.

    So, do nothing but call the authorities. Remember, person property is not worth getting injured over. (Just give your property to the criminals and prevent any unpleasantness.)

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      • Part of the problem:
        – No fathers
        – Mother distracted with new boyfriend
        – The perps are not part of the home-owning community (so they have no empathy with their victims)
        – Older criminals who may have directed the yoof to commit the crime
        – No social sanctions by the local community on the parent(s) or extended families of the yoofs
        – No efforts by the media to identify the offending demographic
        – The police have their hands tied
        – The judges are soft on crime and have never been on the receiving end of the yoofs’ antics

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    • Expect much more of this. Time to put bars over the windows and a big ugly fence around your sticks n gib heaps. Then lay back and congratulate yourself on the government creating inflation so you have “capital gains”.

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  9. so anyone else on ysb a productive member of society?

    uptick if youre working between xmas and new years.

    downtick if youre uneeded office scum, slacker factory parasite or bludging old peoples welfare.

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    • I worked and bloody hard till I was 67 as did most of the people here on this site, (other than perhaps Kea as he is supposed to be working, or running but seems to spend his life on this site, commenting on the property market, running or Hitler.) Most of us are now reaping the reward of old aged pension, I never received any sort of a benefit prior to 65. I feel that I paid for a full family of 17 or so, with my taxes during my whole working life so consider what I receive in pension fair enough. I am sorry the young and hard working will not receive this benefit, but think you have time enough to save for retirement??? And thank you for your contribution also.

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    • Not working but I don’t get ’nuffin’ since selling our business nearly a year ago and I’m not yet 65. I paid a decent wadge of tax recently too. So stop your whaaaaing SB, we’ve all been there, done that and got the T.shirt 🙂 2024 in a few days so another year building a great life for your family. It takes hard work but you get to enjoy what you have. 🎉🚙🏍️ 🚜

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      • im not waaaing, just having a fun wind up.

        its those trail running office scum ruining the country i rekon, crazy how it bleats on about productivity yet hes very unproductive.
        folk on the old peoples bene are usually more productive then office dwelling hinderances.

        id rather be at work then stuck at home with demon child and psycho wifey 🙂

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    • Sort of retired. But definitely not working during these weeks. Never have, and plan to continue the tradition. My last day of work was 29th November, I may go back around the 12 of February. Life’s tough these days.

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    • Not so busy, and as in slow mode, as many business’s are closed up, or reduce hours or key people are out.

      Takes the tune out of your whistle when you get a whacked at 66% tax when young, many years ago.
      Even bumping along the 50% mark, when it was many long hours, long days, in parts very physical work.
      No wonder the easy way is to get entrenched with an easy varsity degree, so a government or local government, or some “contracts” that ties back to government money.
      A salary + perks like Honda City, Bata Bullets, that is more than high enough, so who cares how much tax is taken off it, & what is called a tenancy agreement so it is not rent.

      When one has for a lifetime looked at finding provisional, & then the ill feelz of dying to make terminal payments.
      Always a bit better to final be in a position to over pay tax, to get some refund.

      Survived some form of audit. over a few years, that escalated to more than I could ever figure how to pay it in my lifetime, to the final fight down, to accept it which was set to little more than I was set to pay as normal, in the first place.

      The tax even now, not including GST, would seem to bump over the the pension value, but now looking to sliding it down to be probably a net tax receiver. 🙂 A version of tax relief.

      At least I finally got some back on the health system, to become a survivor a few years ago, so that I have got the opportunity to equalize a bit more on my ‘advanced’ tax payments to start that pensionable life. 🙂

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      • ……”Takes the tune out of your whistle when you get a whacked at 66% tax when young, many years ago.”…….

        When the kids were preschoolers I took every bit of overtime available. Two out of three Sundays I spent taking stock over the hill to the Ngauranga abattoir for Monday’s kill. Wages were double time for the first four hours then triple time for the rest.

        I’d arrive home absolutely knackered & not exactly filled with love for my government which allowed me to keep one third of my earning. I was similarly enamoured with the financial system which extracted 14% plus for our second mortgage.

        We survived.

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      • Those were the days nasska.
        Surviving with out too much damage. 🙂 and all the better for it. 🙂

        In a 2ndary part time casual job, I recall being astounded when hearing of the average wage of those times & I was much more than matching it in the 2ndary.

        But it was dodgems with the Carpenter’s Union, Engineers Union, Storeman & Packers Union, and if I had signed up, paid up, then the restrictions due to demarcation, on my work would have made it not worth while.

        Yes I recall their were formulas for the time & half, double time, & triple time, & if one could get back with in 8 hours of pulling a double shift, then that shift was all sweet at more than double or was it triple time.
        I get very tired thinking about it. 🙂
        Only did that once, I think it was 12 hours first shift, then the 8 hour covering shift, but I guess the manager would have figured I was not going to make it back in 8 hours.
        Physically you can feel it killing you, and becoming so much “anti-social” missing on catching up with friends & family.
        I see how you also figured it in during a critical essential time, then managed to ease off.

        That high tax rate was a killer, like even for a young pastry cook in those times, for the hours they did, totally devalued the early & long hours of work they did.

        The only thing of those times, work was easy to come by if you wanted to get ahead.
        Nor was there much competition for many of they jobs you could do.
        Just to say you will be there on time, & be reliable, nor walk off the job, leaving the machines running to totally stuff things up.

        The tax was to be a penalty for doing others peoples work. 🙂
        Now it seems the tax is paid for others not to work, and plus over pay the virtue signallers with government contracts enforcers.
        It seems to be broadening out into other forms to Capital Gains Tax, which becomes a default tax on inflation, to the ultimate of a “wealth-tax”

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        • ……”In a 2ndary part time casual job, I recall being astounded when hearing of the average wage of those times & I was much more than matching it in the 2ndary.”……

          Ditto. At that time I was moonlighting as a pub bouncer Thurs/Fri/Sat nights. The hourly wage was about 25% over the drivers’ rate. It was largely due to unions making it more expensive for employers to use part time staff rather than good full time union fodder.

          …….”Now it seems the tax is paid for others not to work, and plus over pay the virtue signallers with government contracts enforcers.”…….

          You’re onto it.

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      • Good on ya Saggster. I am pushing well through my 70’s and work each day. I have to say my employer really looks after me. If I have to take my wife to Waikato Hospital or out of town for any medical reason, they pay me full wack and I ask for nothing. Mind you, I do have a bit of a different job to the norm and it gets me out and about and mixing with people, exercising the Bonce and paying Tax. All good and well worth it and I can recommend keeping going.

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    • IASB@1130

      At least we all now know how you view ‘The elderly’, on the basis of which, I presume that you don’t intend to get ‘Old’, and that should you do so, your moral stance on the matter will ensure that, ‘As a matter of honour’ you will never, ever take the ‘The pension’

      Good luck with that; ‘Moral absolutes’ can be VERY costly.

      BTW: Is Mrs SB aware of your views?

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      • komata, yup and she has the same view.
        i dont intend to get old or in poor health, im here for a good time not a long time. anything nasty healthwise pops up im tapping out and not gunna become a medical experiment.

        pension wont be around by time i get to retirement age, you guys know that too. sooner old leeches die and stop burdening the healthcare system the better.

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  10. The Lower Hutt councils initial plea to it’s residents to stop pooing when large events are held in the area was a tongue in cheek remark which got some folk in a tizzy.
    The Hindustan Times got hold of the story, which is ironic. Apparently, when flying into India you can tell you are close to Mumbai by the stench emanating from it, from about sixty miles out.

    https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/new-zealand-mayor-clarifies-stop-pooing-remark-as-residents-face-sewage-stench/ar-AA1m5Oj3

    In reality, it’s a deeper issue caused by profligate councils pouring taxpayers money into senseless projects like Kapa Haka groups and rainbow highway crossings.
    It’s happening everywhere.

    ‘Bad management’ not inflation to blame for councils going bankrupt
    New local government watchdog finds shortage of funds is not responsible for failures and special measures

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/1b73d46b-84d6-4ef2-a87d-9bd7a428d220?shareToken=b994f4f371aee04843dc53b6fd951c39

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  11. The Vicious Ways Women Compete – Dr Tracy Vaillancourt

    A great summary in the comments. I have seen most of this first hand.

    “I worked in a female dominated office for a decade at a Fortune 50 company. Here are my experiences working with women:
    1. Physically assualted by 2 female supervisors
    2. Persecuted by one of them with 19 write ups resulting in an HR battle where over a dozen people came out to support me from my supervisors harassment. 18/19 write ups were thrown out by HR but the female supervisor was promoted.
    3. 2 false accusations
    4. HR put in ‘nursing mother rooms.’ I never once saw a women bring their nursing child to work. They were used by women to seduce their supervisors for favors.
    5. Male supervisors who didn’t fuck their subordinates were subjected to false sexual harassment accusations when women didn’t get their way
    6. Female employees with substandard performance metrics were regularly promoted over males with superior metrics by female ‘girl boss’ supervisors who promoted their toadies who did their dirty work for the supervisor.
    7. Women at one of our call centers were operating a prostitution ring out of the call center break room. Dozens were fired when it eventually surfaced but it operated for years because no one would hold women accountable because ‘muh racism/sexism.’
    8. Women would regularly cry and pitch fits any time they were held accountable for their behavior or performance
    9. women would regularly use various HR rules to punish anyone who held them accountable for poor behavior/performance. So for example ‘perfume princesses’ would complain about ‘chemical sensitivities’ with zero medical documentation required.

    I don’t ever want to work directly with women again. The only female employees/supervisors who weren’t nightmares to work with were all married with children to their high school/college sweethearts. Single women are a fucking nightmare to work with and men shouldn’t be subjected to their constant and unaccountable passive aggression.

    I’ve gone to work in IT so I don’t have to deal with people”

    Note to disgusting pervy simps. Write to the lady Dr if you don’t like it.

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  12. Yesterday Mrs. Bon received a call from our
    daughter who is in Christchurch. She is a mum
    to two young boys; our grandsons. She is also
    a bigger girl.
    Anyway, daughter called into the dairy to
    pick up a couple of items. On her way out,
    three young kids were mooching around
    outside the shop. She had some loose change,
    and being the kind -hearted soul she is offered it to
    these kids and said “Merry Christmas boys”.

    And what was their reply?
    ‘Thanks for nothing you fat f**k’

    That is NZ today. My daughter was in tears.
    She was being kind. That is how we brought
    her and all our kids up. Kindness, respect, standing
    up for the weaker individual. I’m really pissed off
    with what society has become.

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    • Bon, thank that filthy pig Ardern and her group of queers for that behaviour, what can we expect when there are zero consequences for shit behaviour , I’d bet a good amount that crap standing outside the shop between the 3 of the little cnuts 1 of them will offend seriously maybe kill before they are 30 years old.

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    • If my kid spoke to an adult like that they’d get spanked to all hell and gone and damn any consequences.

      Pack of little cnuts. Them and their parents need putting down.

      Contrast that with a situation years ago, when I watched a group of school kids (except one) get on the bus ahead of all the adults. When I got on, the schoolboy who hadn’t got on was behind me. I gave him $5 and said, “This is for you”. When he asked why I told him it was because of his politeness in waiting for the adults to get on.

      The kid was stoked. His mates couldn’t believe it. Wosh I’d given him a tenner.

      Best part was that he was the one swinging on the bus shelter and I had him pegged as a hoodlum. Never jusge a book, lol.

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  13. “Prince Harry is a pussy whipped soy boy” unbelievably that comment on YouTube got me a strike and threats of being cancelled permanently???
    Anyone got any ideas of an alternative to that cocksucking platform?

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    • Fascinating and scary. Dr Makis tracking jab illness and deaths. Patients with stage 4 cancers growing through standard treatments, or dying soon after diagnosis. Phizzr expecting ” whole families” to become rife with cancers by 2025 so acquired drug co for $43billion to ramp up production. Worth a listen. Moderna alternatively doing cancer trials with MRNA after aquiring lvamcten.

      I know someone diagnosed last month with stage 4 breast cancer. No warning, immediate surgery and treatment.

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    • Thanks wg.
      It bought to mind the pathologists conference in Europe, in 2021 with Arne Burkhardt & the Swedish woman Doctor. which even in the first roll out of the vaxxes noticed and wanted more vigilant monitoring & research.

      Some where in the “way back” of YSB I posted more on that.
      Found this on figuring some key words for the general search.

      ….. Dec. 4th 2021 …. Tumor growth enhanced by Corona vaccines?
      Dr. Krüger, a Swedish pathologist, will report on her observations that since this year, malignant tumors in the breast are often larger and more aggressive than usual at diagnosis, and patients are younger than the long-term average.
      Also, many histopathologic findings of tumor tissue since the start of Covid-19 vaccination have differed markedly from those Dr. Krüger has seen in her long professional career.
      The report is supplemented by the reports of “turbo cancer” that have accumulated in oncology practice. ….

      https://pathologie-konferenz.de/PR%202.%20Pathology-Conference%20final.pdf

      All that has happened since one of the first early warning calls, is the total denigration, censoring suppression, of those who took part.
      Then to also keep full autopsies on the down-low, not really looking, if it all, & officially change the Coroners Act to accept more natural causes of deaths, as they have done in NZ.

      Estonia, Slovenia, Czech & a hint of maybe NO by NZ. not to sign up to WHO Global Pandemic Treaty, which will be full of vaxx demands, to health passport controls.

      At 49 mins about the Australian Doctor taking Moderna’s trial mRNA cancer vaxx to stop his brain cancer, in partnership with Merck, owner of Ivermectin gaining a rich reward for denying Ivermectin has any benefit against Covid.
      Note Moderna & Merck are now looking for another reward in the fast track for approval in 2025 to match Pfizer’s timings of releasing mRNA cancer vaxxes.

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    • This the interview was probably in the middle of this year, it only seems to be released this December.

      Pathologist Arne Burkhardt Final Interview – Revealing the Grave Dangers of mRNA Vaccines
      https://rumble.com/v42yfh5-pathologist-arne-burkhardt-final-interview-revealing-the-grave-dangers-of-m.html
      2 hours 24 minutes :
      Journalist Taylor Hudak interviewed pathologist Prof. Arne Burkhardt in his laboratory in Reutlingen, Germany, shortly before his death in May 2023.

      “Autopsy is not only a service to the doctors who were responsible for the patient, but it is a public service for our health system.” – Prof. Dr. Arne Burkhardt

      Many cases of sudden death and severe disease are being reported since the rollout of the COVID-19 gene-based vaccines.
      Early on, several doctors and scientists warned that the COVID vaccines would lead to several complications including autoimmune disease, blood clots, strokes, and more.
      Additionally, The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, or VAERS, data showed a strong correlation between the vaccines and adverse events.
      But how does one determine in an individual case that the vaccine was the cause of death or the adverse event? It is through pathology.

      An early pioneer of pathological investigations into vaccine adverse events was Prof. Arne Burkhardt — a senior, highly accomplished pathologist from Germany.
      Prof. Burkhardt came out of retirement in 2021 to examine the autopsy and biopsy materials of vaccinated patients.
      The work of Prof. Burkhardt not only provided strong evidence of vaccine causation, it substantiated the professional medical hypotheses of doctors and scientists around the world.

      Journalist Taylor Hudak interviewed Prof. Burkhardt in his laboratory in Reutlingen, Germany, shortly before his death in May 2023.
      Prof. Burkhardt explains several of his findings in detail as well as which testing mechanisms he uses. Additionally, he shares his perspectives on the public health industry and academic and medical science as well as what motivates him to do this work.

      His laboratory meant that some were able to find a 2nd opinion in autopsies & pathology.
      So the warning signs were flashing full on back in 2021, but the public health officials what seems to be with malfeasance intent, are determined not to search, to look to see if there is a problem. Not even to take specimens, samples, to keep for a few years.

      He explains what is in a slide very well, to a level we can so easily relate too.

      Thank you Professor Doctor Arne Burkhardt RIP as others pick up your torch to light shine on these vaxx problems..

      Yet New Zealand along with other countries to set up Unknown but it must be Natural Cause of Death for the Coroners decision to be.
      Just to not look for any cause of death, and any increase of death numbers,

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    • There are numbers, and numbers, statistics & statistics, & how they can be interpreted but this number ???
      Though it seems based on CDC & VAERS

      … Therefore, it can be argued that the risk of developing cancer following Covid vaccination is 1433x greater than the background risk. …
      https://slaynews.com/news/cdc-143233-surge-fatal-cancers-among-vaxxed-americans/

      Is it all open & transparent, and independently arrived at?
      Anecdotally there seems that there has been a trend, which seems to continue.

      But noting that all the public health officials will not allow any collating of raw data, not really refuting ‘refudeldy’ anything as if they have caught the contagious Ardern-ic disease of doing little dances on a pin, while spouting word-waffle, then claiming no petrol in the tank.
      Something seems to be heating up.

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  14. Mr Brash has an article suggesting NZ should not have any part in AUKUS and he seems to suggest that China is no threat to NZ and trade between our two countries is too important to jeapradise by joining with our traditional allies.

    Is he being naive , especially as he has positions with the Bank of China (I think) ,or is he right ?

    Or would China in the long term be quite happy to swallow us up maybe as part of taking over control of the Pacific region.
    Has Brash really thought this through or does he not care about our sovereignty long term?
    Fits in with his dislike for Trumpy .Trumps not a warmonger but he is prepared to stand up to the communists and make sure they know their place.
    USA or China?

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    • China has a long history, 4000 years. It has never pushed to expand its boundaries. I don’t think this is how China thinks.

      This IS how Europeans/Greeks/Mediteraneans/Americans think. Conquest wars are common.

      I think this is projection, of a limbic Western fear, by US propoganda, onto a gullible public.

      That said I would not trust 100 million shallow grave China by a long shot.

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  15. What We Know About the Obesity Pay Gap

    Nearly 42 percent of adults in the U.S. are considered obese, up from 30 percent in 2000.

    Obesity is linked to many health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, osteoarthritis, and sleep problems. A body of research also demonstrates a link between obesity and socioeconomic status; in particular, people who are overweight tend to earn less money.

    Before we get to the results, it’s important to note that this analysis used body mass index, or BMI, to classify participants as obese, even as many doctors are moving away from using BMI to assess weight and health.

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/evidence-based-living/202312/what-we-know-about-the-obesity-pay-gap

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    • A kindly health warning as even mentioned by some of these activists.

      Fat pride activists die from obesity.
      https://youtu.be/vlJnBOOZw_Y
      4 mins 47 secs : Dec 20th 2023 : Paul Joseph Watson :

      To note that NZ “Cat Pause” and to date, the cause of death has not been made public.
      A good pathologist would have got a number of them truly sorted. 🙂

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  16. What on Earth could be the problem here? //

    Rise of ‘mob censorship’ this year as New Zealand journalists faced a barrage of abuse

    Not one of the 128 journalists and visual journalists surveyed was untouched by abuse, threats or violence related to their job, most commonly delivered via work email on a daily or weekly basis. One respondent described her inbox as a “festering heap of toxicity”.

    Women journalists bear the brunt of online abuse, primarily related to their gender or ethnicity (53%) and physical appearance (32%) (such as “ugly bitch” or “Pakeha ugly c***”), compared with 20% of men.

    Attempts to discredit them were also reported by 45% of women as opposed to 34% of men. All threats of sexual violence captured in our survey were made towards women.
    Overall, men tended to experience more “offline” threats (44% compared to 23% of women) and actual physical violence (16% men compared to 12% women). Nearly 40% of all those experiencing physical violence were visual journalists, showing up to photograph emotionally-charged events such as accidents and protests.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2023/12/rise-of-mob-censorship-this-year-as-new-zealand-journalists-faced-a-barrage-of-abuse.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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    • So right rol,
      Garbage in Garbage Out.
      These scamster fraud modellers are totally unable to ‘reverse model’ their computerized results which would work, if was the truth!

      Just to complete the picture of what is totally ignored by New Zealand public health authorities., is the facts slowly coming to light in this thread above, like by pathologist Arne Burkhardt and others shedding light on the damage done.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-1710/#comment-375833

      Plus for the ones interested is a long paper about those covidial issues that New Zealand totally ignores & hides, as if one has followed the Arne Burkhardt, would be up to skim read this very long & thorough article.
      I do not pretend to know all, nor studied on this, but it is more than obvious concerns.

      Just to cherry pick some relevance, under a “did you know NZ connection”? …. 🙂

      … 2023 Aug 17 …. 6.6 : … Myocarditis adverse events have been reported for the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine in several nations including New Zealand, where the regulator has released an “Alert Communication” on myocarditis [74]. ….

      … 6.8 : …. Spikogen is on the market in Iran and recognised for travel to some nations including New Zealand, having been used for 8 million doses with no serious systemic adverse event reports to Iranian pharmacovigilance to date. ….
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10452662/

      I note now that many diseases that though they come out as another well known form of a “disease”.
      It is only when the pathologist has the ability to look & use techniques like “immunohistochemical staining” can one actually see that their is a different cause for that “disease” which is becoming known as “spikeopathy”.
      This really does show the difference between the Covid Virus, and the Covid vaccines.

      I post this as in part I also have feed similiar, into some concerned well studied people.
      Also just to help other people find & track sources & links.

      Just to note, I know this is yesterdays HYS.

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