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  1. Good morning, I too wish we were wrong about the second meme, it seems that those who partook of the jab are suffering again with the covid, and mostly all the conspiracy theories are actually true.
    Have a safe good day, I believe it is fine out there, but you can never believe what the forecasters say.

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    • Granted I avoid msm, but usually see bits and pieces on fb and various other spots – but I haven’t seen a single mention in the news about Japans earthquake. There was a tsunami warning, but did that eventuate?
      Are all our award winning media on their Christmas holidays? Might as well stay there.

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      • Mr Crumb, there is no need to forcibly remove them, although the prospect of that sounds excellent and is most appealing, I am sure if they were nicely asked they would go of their own volition, after all, they would recognise that it is for the betterment of society as a whole.

        The sight of two large cooling towers overlooking Mick Savages Memorial would also be a tourist mecca, I am sure.

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  2. What crime syndicate is bigger than the Mafia, Russian Mafia and Yakusa combined? According to Winston (Serpentza), it’s the criminal begging gangs of China. They buy and kidnap children; disfigure and disable them so they can be used to elicit empathy from the public. The public also fear these gangs so may pay up regardless because they worry about retribution.

    The women shown in this clip would make a great poster child for feralism worldwide. What a nasty piece of shit.

    Winston has called these criminals out numerous times. But he admits the only reason he can is because he is a foreigner in a suit. If he was Chinese he would have been dealt to.

    This cult is now spreading outside of China. Our Aussie mates got sucked in for a while until one Aussie who wasn’t hung over noticed these aged Chinese beggars seemed to always wear the same cloths regardless. The TV news article is shown. It shows pictures that are so un Australian, it’s a wonder the Aussie didn’t catch on sooner.

    To be fair, the Aussies got rid of these criminals. I doubt a similar situation in NZ would elicit the same response.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxaDGawS3Fg

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    • Something is very wrong with the Chinese.

      Any word on the genocide of Muslims in the concentration camps? The holocaust screechers don’t want to talk about it. Just like they didn’t in the Balkans. They want to keep the myth going that Hitlers treatment of some Jews was somehow uniquely evil. In fact it would be lucky to scrape into the top 10 of the past 150 years.

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      • What fascinates me is China is ruled by one of the most ruthless regimes on earth. Yet, if Winston is correct, they cannot control beggar gangs in their own country. Makes you wonder if these gangs are an important part of the Chinese economy?

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  3. Ken Ring – Long Range Forecaster
    ·
    The Return
    The purpose of this article is to open the readers eyes to a strong timeline, that goes through 1867, 1903, 1939, 1974/5, 2003, and 2040. Each time there is a difference of 36 years. The Moon+Sun combined cycle is 36-38 years. Extreme events seem to have an approx. 36-yr repeat in the same area. Along the way, sometimes a harmonic of 36, akin to an octave or a harmonic on a musical string, like the ½ cycle, 18 yrs; or the ¼ cycles, 9yrs, features. One of those “pulses” is 2024, as we shall see.
    Let us begin. Colourful Victorian writer Lady Barker, married twice, had six sons, crossed the Atlantic 15 times, survived cholera and earthquakes in Jamaica, and was almost shipwrecked in the Indian Ocean. Lady Barker produced 18 books based on her travels and experiences. Among them were “Station Life in New Zealand” (1870) and its sequel “Station Amusements in New Zealand” (1873). Both books were based on her three-year experience of living in New Zealand in the 1860s running Steventon, a Canterbury sheep farm on the banks of the Selwyn River, with her second husband Frederick Broome.
    In “Station Life in NZ” Lady Barker describes in August 1867 “snow 6 to 9 feet deep in places, 90% of lambs lost, 4 days of very severe snow falling, followed by massive flood.” After that great 1867 snowstorm, through which they lost 4,000 out of 7,000 sheep, Frederick sold his interest in Steventon and returned with Lady Barker to England in December the following year.
    Travel forward 36 years now to 1903, and to another book, The Cyclopedia of NZ. Note that the brilliant US researcher Jason Breshears (see http://www.archaix.com ), identified 1902, only a year before, as the most recent occurrence of the Phoenix. And in the cyclopedia we read “In the winter of 1903 the weather at Arrowtown was of a very severe type, and the temperature is said to have receded to a point 28 degrees below zero. This is in the opposite hemisphere, so probably covered the whole Earth.
    This extreme cold resulted in the destruction of the whole of the gum trees, and a considerable number of pine trees; a loss experienced generally throughout the Lake district, where the ruin of so many groves of handsome trees very much modified the picturesque ness, not only of Arrowtown, but also of Queenstown, and the scenery on the roads in the district. In Middlemarch the winter of 1903 will long be remembered as an exceptionally cold season; the temperature registered at Middlemarch on the 17th of July of that year was 13 degrees below zero.” More on this in a moment.
    In our time travel adventure let’s jump forward another 36 years to 1939. As described in Tephra Magazine, June 2003 “Probably the worst storm in NZ in the last hundred years occurred during winter of 1939 when snow fell the length and breadth of the country from June through to August. On 31 July 1939 the lighthouse keeper at Cape Maria van Dieman, at the top of the North Island, reported snow falling at the lighthouse.
    A few days earlier it snowed in Dargaville and snow lasted on the hills behind Kaikohe for several hours. In Auckland, snow fell just before dawn 27 July 1939 sticking to clothes of people who were about such as milkmen and policemen. 5cm of snow lay on the summit of Mt Eden, Bombay Hills shone white most of the morning and in the Clevedon hills snow lasted into the afternoon and numerous snowball fights took place between people who had never seen snow before.”
    Come forward another 36 years. The New Zealand Journal of Ecology 1; 81-83 states “Winter 1974 was unusually wet, winter 1975 was the coldest for many years and summer 1975-76 was wet and unusually cold”. In the previous year, a severe snowstorm in Canterbury and N Otago on 5 and 6 August 1973 had resulted in heavy losses of stock. The next 36 years lands us in 2010, and again an extra cold winter.
    Why these 36-year jumps? Because 36 years is the Sun’s Tide, or more technically the repeatability of the same transit position of what astronomers call the Solar System Barycentre. This means that if you take the orbits of the planets of our solar system and average their centres of gravity to find out their focus, you get a shifting point that swings from one Sun’s radius beyond the Sun across to one Sun’s radius on the other side, crossing the centre of the Sun every 36 years.
    Now, back to 1902. Read this paragraph carefully. This ebbing and flowing tide of extra and less electromagnetism is regular and could be related to Breshear’s climatic-catastrophe cycle of 138 years. 1902+138=2040. 36×22=792years, exactly the orbit of planet Niburu, which is due, according to ancient texts, in 2046 and another climate catastrophe. But 1902+122 = 2024. 122+18 (the ½ cycle of the Moon) =138. Go figure. If you want to incorporate the Breshears http://www.archaix.com climate story into your focus, I suggest you forget chemtrails, weather manipulation, and cloud-seeding – these could be all MEDIA DISTRACTIONS. Did you fall for them? I suggest you research all you can on what happened in 1902 or thereabouts. You could start with floods in NZ.
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/14438302
    Then make up your own mind.
    The Moon, our nearest celestial neighbour, acting as one of the cosmic planets orbiting the Sun, is tuned to this tide and in turn influences weather events and tides on planet Earth as to a 36-38-year multiple, determining the repeatability of seasons and tides every 18-19 years and of droughts every 9 years. Divide that in two and we find that the Southern Oscillation Index which is close to a 4.5-yr cycle. The SOI leads to El Nino/La Nina conditions that in turn drive ocean temperatures, wind directions and climate fluctuations. The result is a 5-year turnaround of drought, not due here until 2025. Hence no El Nino this year.
    Because of the SSB it is easy to plot 36-38 yearly repeats of severe weather events. There are plenty of good examples if we choose to look for them. The 2005 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita could have been the return of either 1965’s Hurricane Betsy and/or 1969’s Hurricane Camille, the worst calamities that far recorded on the Eastern Seabord of the US, and Camille in turn was the most significant event there since the 1933 Chesapeake Bay Disaster, each a 36-yr jump.
    In this part of the world 2006’s Cyclone Larry was 36 years after 1970’s Cyclone Ada, and 2006’s Cyclone Monica was 18 years (half of 36) after 1988’s Cyclone Bola. In 2006 a severe Canterbury winter cold snap was possibly the revisiting of the remarkably similar 1969 winter cold snap. In 2004 the world witnessed the Asian tsunami quake. It was the biggest in the area for 36 years because in 1968 a huge earthquake had registered 8.3mag near Sumatra, just up the road.
    This did not bode well for winter of 2010, which looked like the winter of 1939 returning. Temperatures in the world are always tied to solar activity. Without solar radiation, which means heat from the Sun, the ground is not warmed. If the ground is not warmed then neither is the air above the ground, which only gets its heat from the ground below. The air cannot warm itself, and nothing in the air can warm itself (which rules out carbon dioxide) any more than traces of impurity floating about in the sea can raise ocean temperatures. Without warmth coming from the Sun there is less evaporation, which means less likelihood of rain in the warmer seasons.
    For the first half of 2011 a drought was on the cards for N Otago. Was there a drought 36 years ago in 1974? Many Canterbury farmers will recall that there was. How about 36 years back to 1939? The New Zealand record for a dry period still belongs to Marlborough and their 71-day dry period finishing on 19 April 1939. In 1939 the sunspot count was much less than that of warmer years like 1982, 1988, 1990-1991 and 1999-2000. The 1939 sunspot number was about a third less than for 1938, which some have already compared to 2009.
    Because we are not gods, we cannot guarantee future outcomes. We imagine what makes us human might be a special ability to remember, recognize patterns and use them to predict. Accordingly, we collect stories of our own experiences, and we are avid readers of the lives and adventures of others. From historical accounts comes an awareness of cycles. Hence Jason Breshears and his references to ancient writing can never be disputed.
    So, here we are in 2024. Now, the 1/2 cycle of 36yr goes back to 2006 and Cyclone Monica; and the full 36-year cycle goes back to 1988 and Cyclone Bola. Keep going back – what happened around 1952/53? Remember Tangiwai, 1954? Then back to 1916: https://hwe.niwa.co.nz/…/July_1916_Upper_North_Island…
    Hence, 1916 relates to this year, 2024. To repeat, it is a harmonic year, or a pulse. The larger climate cycle is 1903-36=1867.
    Which brings us back to the writings of Lady Barker. In case you’ve already forgotten, or don’t want to scroll up, “in August 1867, snow 6 to 9 feet deep in places, 90% of lambs lost, 4 days of very severe snow falling, followed by massive flood. In that great 1867 snowstorm, they lost 4,000 out of 7,000 sheep..”.
    Cycles don’t lie folks, I’m not making this up, look it up yourself. Yes, I’m cherry-picking, live with it, but that’s what research IS!!

    Be warned again for the early February North Island deluge. 2023? or 2024

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    • ken ring only got into this stuff to make msm look credible.

      the guy hasnt got much right, just broken clock right twice a day sorta stuff. hell even kea has a slightly better success rates with his failed prediction.

      in saying that there is predicted solar maximum this year so that could cause some weather events and no doubt they wont happen where or when ken ring predicts but like kea he will claim credit and bullshit that hes been saying it all along.

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      • Everything I said came true and tons of independent evidence was provided. House prices fell dramatically just as I said they would and just as you denied. That’s why your only retort has been personal attacks. I love personal attacks, as icing on the cake, but you need evidence.

        Fact aren’t emotions. Make a new years resolution to eat less soy.

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        • no only a tiny part of your predictions came true. you claimed the housing market would be destroyed, its still functioning quite well, people buy and sell houses no matter what the market does you fool. even your anti capitalist mates at stuffed have swallowed their pride and included good capital gains in their 2024 predictions.

          cmon birdy whats your predictions for the market this year?…. too pussy to put a number on it, too pussy to contradict yourself 🙂

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          • No idea. It depends on how much fake debt money is handed out and how far the government will go to keep the ponzi scheme going.

            It is not a free market or anything close to it. It is a government run ponzi scheme designed to win votes by making meat puppets think they are rich, even as the economy turns to utter shit.

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            • theres literally no free market of anything in nz so your point is????
              the printed billions go into everything not just housing so your point is????

              so much wrong predictions, so much fail its no wonder you dont have the balls to make an actual prediction.

              stupid boy prediction… no matter what happens, next year kea will claim he predicted it with great accuracy.

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              • Most debt is issued for housing. Why do you support this bullshit situation? For the average house price you could have once bought the house and started a small business employing 2 people.

                There are no winners in this and it can and should be changed. Use your fucking noggin.

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                  • I am not obsessed. It is way more important than the trivia you obsess about. Your definition of obsessed is hearing something you don’t want to hear.

                    And it can be changed. This was created on purpose by the government, banks and vested interested. It can quickly and easily be dismantled.

                    If this is not fixed then our country is doomed economically and socially. Look at what your kids are growing up in and get off your knees.

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                    • You have received one uptick for all your and SB property predictions rantings. It indicates to me to carry on quickly past it next time I look for new posts.
                      Please don’t take it as support.

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                    • “I am not obsessed.”

                      Envious renter rants about property daily to people who don’t care what he says, claims not to be obsessed.

                      sluts…simps…meat puppets…..spruikers….curb stomp…Hunty….JOOOOOZZZ

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  4. Two days into the New Year and I reckon the Huntly Truck Driver will be whipping his Chief of Staff, Archdeacon Ngira Simmonds and his Advisor, Tuku Morgan into a frenzy to get his 20th January Hui just humming. This is where Tainui’s King is going to give Luxon, Peters and Seymour a right verbal spanking and will tell this Government not to ‘dis Maori any more ’cause dey rulz, eh!

    Luxon, Peters and Seymour on 21st January, should be very, very afraid, as the Turangawaewae uprising is coming and so is the punchup that will be Waitangi Day. Usually we have “The Winter of Discontent”, but by the Maori King’s Decree, this is going to bought forward to be “The Non Summer of the Whinging Class’s Discontent”.

    In a few weeks, it will be time to put the feet up, empty New World out of their popcorn stocks and watch the fun. I hope I am not going to be disappointed.

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  5. “Cousins … aged 6, from Perth and … aged 4, of Taupaki, Auckland, were taken in a tragic UTV accident while on holiday in the far North of NZ, Peria, when the UTV they were travelling in crashed into a boulder, careering the vehicle into an 11-metre deep water hole at Waikainga Stream where no safety barriers were in place.”
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/two-victims-of-peria-utv-accident-are-4-year-old-from-auckland-and-a-6-year-old-from-perth/5S2RKH4QEVEGLKXPZIMHIJXZIA/

    So, six people on a quad bike. The bike is driving on a metal road, with no fencing and an 11-meter drop-off to the river. The quad bike hits a boulder. (I assume that the boulder was around a blind corner and the driver was going too fast to be able to stop in time, or else the driver was not watching the road ahead and drove straight into the large rock.)

    I find it amazing that the driver could be so careless to drive an overloaded quad bike with very young children on board.

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    • The MSM with their penchant for getting it wrong reported the vehicle as a quad but it now appears to have been some other type of vehicle. From the Herald article:

      “A family spokesman clarified with the Herald that the vehicle involved in the crash was a multi-seat vehicle and not a regular ATV (all-terrain vehicle) quad bike as has been reported.

      “I mention it because there has been at least one speculative piece on TV about the perils of taking passengers on one-seat quad bikes, etc, which simply don’t apply to this situation,” the family spokesman said.”

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    • so it was a sidexside not a quad?
      was this a 2 seater sidexside or one of those huge 4 or 6 seater versions… my guess is the 2 seater version and overloading it is still as stupid as overloading a quad with 6ppl.
      pity kids have to pay the price for adult stupidity.

      im guessing with all the hori bullshit the victims were brown?… shouldnt have been using colonist machinery bro

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      • The article states that it was a UTV so you’re probably on to it. Not a great way to transport kids but under normal use it would have greater stability & a much lower centre of gravity than a quad.

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        • nasska, have you driven them? theyre much easier to roll over, maybe not on flat ground but and sortve uneven terrain a quad shits all over them.
          at work we can take the old 2wd quad more places then the side x side, utvs dont go on hills very well and quads have the added bonus of being able to shift your weight/ centre of gravity

          both have pros and cons but personally id pick a quad over utv any day esp if dealing with uneven terrain.

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          • Fair comment. I’ve test driven UTVs a couple of times but I’ve yet to take one on steep country. I’ve never been a fan of change for change’s sake & kept on trading in my Honda quad every 30,000Km.

            But the safety Nazis were pushing them hard. As I didn’t employ anyone I wasn’t overly concerned but if I had it would probably have been a different story. My major bitch about quads is the difficulty in getting off them if things turn to custard.

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            • ive never had difficulty when things go pear shaped, but im a bit more younger and agile then the average broken sheep cocky.
              ive had quite a few nasty roll overs and luckily always managed to easily get clear of but in saying that i was always in insane terrain and ready for it.

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      • I don’t know if a licensed driver was driving the UTV. Maybe there were six kids and no adult present. The accident was reported to have occurred around 5:15 p.m. so I’ll speculate that the adults wanted the kids out of their hair while they had drinks at the homestead. (The little kids were visiting from Perth, so I assume their parent(s) wanted to get together for a yarn with their NZ family while the children went for a swim.)
        Running into a boulder (as reported) seems to indicate a very inexperienced driver of the UTV. I would like to know how old the driver was.

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  6. Hone walks into a timber yard. The salesman asks, “What can I help you with?”

    Hone: “I need some 4-by-2s.”

    Salesman chuckling to himself: “Well sir, we are fresh out of 4 by 2’s, but we just got in a load of 2-by-4s. Will that work for you”?

    Hone: “Hmm, let me go ask my brother.” He leaves and comes back shortly replying, “Ok, I guess that will be ok.”

    Salesman: “How long would you like them?”

    Hone: “Hmmm, let me ask my brother.” He leaves comes back shortly. “We want them for a long time because we’re going to build a garage for the new Ranger ”

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  7. A recent survey was conducted to discover
    why women get out of bed in the middle of the night.

    5% said it was to get a glass of water
    12% said it was to go the bathroom and check the email
    83% said it was to go home.

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  8. Jewish Community in Ottoman Empire

    Throughout its history, the Ottoman Empire was a place where Jews could live without fear of persecution, a comfort denied to them in most of Europe in the 19th century

    The Ottomans first encountered Jews in land they conquered from the Byzantine Empire. This group of Greek-speaking Jews was known as Romaniots. In time, the new Jewish groups became Ottoman subjects. Groups of Jewish people exiled from France during the reign of Sultan Murad II and the Ashkenazi Jews expelled by the Duke of Bavaria Louis IX in 1470 took refuge in the Ottoman Empire.

    Sultan Bayezid II accepted tens of thousands of Sephardic Jews escaping from Spain in 1492. They settled in various cities such as Salonika (Thessaloniki), Smyrna (İzmir) and Constantinople in particular. Likewise, groups of Jews who managed to escape massacres in Poland and Ukraine in 1660 settled in the Ottoman Empire, as well.

    …Unfamiliar with the anti-Semitic movement, the Ottoman Empire was one of the few places in the world where Jews could live freely. In 19th century Europe, they lived in harsh conditions, often in closed quarters called ghettos, and were deprived freedom of religion, holding public office and even the right to live. They were also denied the rights to acquire property, get an education, travel, found printing houses and publishing newspapers.

    …Ottoman Jews faced many outside obstacles, mostly imposed by their Christians neighbors. Christians were hostile toward Jews because they felt that Jews had acted against Jesus Christ. This is the underlying drive behind all of the calamities Jews have faced through the centuries.

    As a result, Christians believed Jews added the blood of Christian children to their matzo, a traditional flatbread cooked during Passover. They often claimed that Jews abducted their children and put them in barrels of nails to harvest their blood.

    https://www.dailysabah.com/feature/2017/10/13/jewish-community-in-ottoman-empire

    The Zionist lie that Muslims and Jews can’t live in harmony is contradicted by even the most lazy survey of history. It is the position of zealots and religious freaks attempting to hide their bigotry and persecution fantasies behind a wall of fake virtue.

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      • He would be wiped out if not for Ardern propping up the market by printing money causing massive inflation and the cost of living crisis.

        Have you told your kids you want them to be homeless in a third world shithole, or devote their lives to debt servitude in a third world shithole?

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        • kea, my then 8yr old daughter (shes 10½now) wrote a letter cindy telling her how she ruined nz and made it so she would never be able to afford a house because of her.

          lil stupid girl has already told us shes got a spot out the back paddock she wants and is adamant shes building a tiny home there to live…. then a few weeks later… “daddy, can you please build me a tiny home”

          aw well, ive got 5 or 6yrs left to build it i guess. my daughter has a bit of my laziness and shes worked out a big house means lots of cleaning hence her want of a tiny home.

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          • You will find most of the tiny houses (glorified caravans) that the mediatards scribble about are located on relatives land.
            So these solve nothing.
            Cant really locate them ‘anywhere’; merely where someone allows you land-rent free.

            But like EVs, this gets mediatards all jizzed up because they think it is ‘new and funky’ where it in fact is a passing fad, headed for failure.

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            • yup pretty much howie, id rather build a decent wee cottage but itll all depend on council crap. ill happily give them the middle finger and slap some wheels under it for a loophole. fuck these pansy lil ones they build tho, ive got a nice big low bed truck trailer i can get my hands on that ill tiny home for my daughter.

              in saying that i delivered some gravel a while ago to some folk that gave the middle finger to council and just built a good size “tiny home” to air bnb etc. it wasnt really a tiny home but could be transported if needed, was bit over 50m² floor area. built for under 65k aswell but they done most of it themselves and designed it around the doors n windows they picked up super cheap on trademe.
              councils should go get fucked i rekon, its their bullshit that adds 50- 100k to most builds just cuz.

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                • What a load of rubbish, as usual.

                  Councils take no responsibility.
                  Therefore they are not fit and proper to receive fees.

                  They allowed property to be built in East CHC that the older city fathers avoided.
                  A land grab to get fees, no responsibility.
                  Then the 2010/2011 series of earthquakes happened and these houses in places that should not be built, broke.

                  The CHC Council approved the CVT Building after 2010 quakes.
                  This fell down and killed 115 people, and maimed for life, many others.
                  But no responsibility to council.

                  If you have NO Responsibility, then you should get NO FEE.
                  The rest of the country bailed out the shonky CHC Council.

                  Councils all over have collected fees on leaky buildings then not stepped up.

                  Councils have approved building dwellings on flood plains and water overflow egress ways; collected the upfront fees and annual rates and levies but OH NO when these were flooded in January and February 2023…..
                  ah jeez, it wasn’t me!!!

                  Council fluff about making building expensive but take no responsibility when builders/developers get insulation signed off, then move the insulation to the next house for sign off.
                  The consumer suffers.
                  Council gets full fee.

                  As I have said, councils in NZ need a massive reset; they are fucked and have been for 30 years.
                  Mergers made no positive difference.

                  So kea, buy a smart phone, load up google maps and chart a course to the real world.
                  Enter it in ‘Destination’

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  9. A Pakeha dude is travelling through the back blocks when he sees a Maori tending a horse in a paddock. ” Just the type of horse I need for my daughter, he thinks.” He calls out to the Maori and asks if the horse is for sale. ” Sure is. the Maori replies. Come over and inspect the horse.” The Pakeha is impressed upon inspecting the horse. ” The Maori says ” the horse may not look that good, but it’s sturdy, well tempered and has a great coat.”

    I week after the horse has been purchased, the man is back to confront the Maori. ” This bloody horse is blind. You have ripped me off.”

    ”No, bro. I haven’t ripped you off, the Maori replies.. I told you up front the horse doesn’t look too good.”

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  10. That rig has gone right past the heavy lift ship and is heading towards the Able Tasman. Hopefully to drill for oil. Either that or they are rafted up and on the piss. I saw that in the waters around Phuket – where fishing boats would raft up and get hookers onboard and have a big party. 🙂

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  11. A woman was in labour.
    Just as the midwife was about to begin the delivery, the baby stuck it’s head out and asked the midwife
    ” Are you my daddy?”
    The astonished midwife was astounded and could only say
    “No I’m not”
    At this, the baby disappeared back inside
    The midwife called the nurse
    The nurse came in and once again, the baby stuck it’s head out and asked .
    Are YOU my daddy?”
    “NO. I am not!”
    Once again back in he went
    At this point hearing all this commotion, the father came in.
    Once again the little head appeared.
    “Are YOU my daddy?”
    “Yes I am”
    The baby pushed a little until it was half out, beckoned the father to come up close
    When the father was really up close, the baby reached out and stuck his finger in his fathers eye, and shouted
    “Feckin’ hurts doesn’t it?!”

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  12. doin what it takes to get a house…
    https://www.thepress.co.nz/nz-news/350139957/never-too-late-do-anything-brothers-live-tents-while-house-hunting-christchurch?cx_testId=1&cx_testVariant=cx_1&cx_artPos=0&utm_source=localised_module#cxrecs_s

    meanwhile kea rekons millenials and zoomers should blow all their money on consumer goods, paying excessive rents on fancy houses, smashed avo on toast and $10coffees cuz they can just blame money printing and ponzi schemes for being unable to afford to build a brand spanker mc mansion in the most swankiest part of town.

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  13. thecovidblog.com

    I have recently discovered this site. It provides all the information you could want – possibly more than you would want – about the covid scam and the ill effects of the genocide jab. Its slogan: “Vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences.” I have supported them with a modest donation.

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  14. https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/01/02/police-receive-more-than-40-calls-as-dirt-bikes-swarm-in-auckland/
    Four people were arrested after a large group of dirt bike riders congregated and rode through Auckland yesterday afternoon.

    “The group got larger and drove into Newmarket, Parnell then Tamaki Drive before heading back into Counties Manukau,” Senior Sergeant Anton Maisey said in a statement today.

    “These riders show a complete disregard for others. At one stage there was close to 80 dirt bike riders blocking intersections and riding on the wrong side of the road.

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  15. XIANG YUN KOU Heavy Load Carrier and the Valaris 107 platform are 0.544 nm apart and closing. Then off overseas to harvest gas and oil to sell back to NZ. Amazing that ship can submerge enough to get that bloody great platform on it.

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  16. So few apprentices these days. Cunning corporates outsourced their training programs to the state. Hell, most baristas are trained in proto elite University system, where the kids pay themselves, so that they can pour coffee. Businesses should be forced to produce young apprentices, if they won’t do it voluntarily.

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  17. Dozens of vehicles set to lose 5-star safety ratings
    Matthew Hansen10:35, Jan 02 2024

    A significant number of new cars – including a ute, a convertible, and a host of popular SUV models – have been stripped of their five star safety ratings from ANCAP as of December 31, 2023.

    The independent crash testing group confirmed recently that its test ratings would now have a six-year expiry date in order to prevent carmakers from advertising vehicles as five star rated more than six years after they undertook testing – whilst also encouraging carmakers to have their vehicles tested more frequently.

    In recent years, ANCAP and its sister group, Euro NCAP, have made their crash testing procedures more strict in order to keep up with new active safety technologies for both vehicle occupants and vulnerable road users. Cars manufactured after they lost their crash ratings will now be classified as ‘unrated’ by ANCAP.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/133518680/dozens-of-vehicles-set-to-lose-5star-safety-ratings

    Regularly wonder how good these ratings are when you see the mess cars are in after even a minor bang.
    road to zero. Only by slowing the traffic to a standstill..

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  18. Here ya are Kea. all bout a fella in Christchurch.

    ‘Scumlord’ who needs to be shut down, or housing crisis hero?
    Sinead Gill05:00, Apr 08 2023
    Property investor Lee Bennett has been accused of “scumlord” behaviour, and expects the outcome of a government investigation will make him a public enemy.
    But he says he’s helping to solve the housing crisis and has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on refurbishments since the inquiry began.

    Bennett owns 26 allegedly substandard Christchurch rentals at the heart of a years-long investigation led by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), and an ongoing Tenancy Tribunal case.

    “I can be named and shamed as much as the media likes, because I’m here to solve the housing crisis,” he says.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/better-business/131585767/scumlord-who-needs-to-be-shut-down-or-housing-crisis-hero.

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  19. Road to Zero’s reputation is in tatters

    Mike Yardley
    January 2, 2024

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    January 2, 2024
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    With the annual road toll still alarmingly high, Mike Yardley argues it’s time to swap out the Road to Zero strategy with practical changes.
    BEN STRANG/RNZ / stuff.co.nz

    Happy New Year. As we close the book on 2023, the Ministry of Transport’s Road to Zero strategy is struggling to maintain any street cred.
    It’s in tatters.
    Four years since its inception in January 2020, the national road toll defiantly makes a mockery of the strategy’s projected dividends.
    The Road to Zero plan, which was purposely designed to deliver an incremental reduction in road deaths, has failed to fire.
    Its paramount goal, in its first 10 years, is to reduce road deaths by 40% by 2030, based on 2018’s benchmark of 378 deaths.

    https://www.thepress.co.nz/a/nz-news/nz-news/350139902/road-zeros-reputation-tatters?utm_source=stuff_website&utm_medium=stuff_referral&utm_campaign=mh_stuff&utm_id=mh_stuff

    Despite lavishing hundreds of millions of dollars on infantilising advertising campaigns, lowering speed limits on hundreds of roads and funding the giddy proliferation of raised platforms at intersections, the promised fatality reductions are not transpiring.

    New Transport Minister Simeon Brown has already signalled he will pick apart the Road to Zero plan.

    He claims that “199 deaths on our roads in 2022 can be attributed to alcohol and drugs”.

    Rather than the previous regime’s fixation on slowing you down, expect a major, refocused crackdown on drugged and drunk drivers.

    It would seem to be the case with a bunch of one person accidents of late. Drugged or jabbed.

    Transport officials estimate that would save 750 lives over the

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