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  1. Opinions are like arseholes. Everyone’s got one.
    The longer I spend away from the West the more I realise how fucked it has become.
    I look back at NZ/Aust/USA/ I shake my head in quiet disbelief.
    Why. What happened? Where and when did it all go wrong?
    Living here the shackles are released, and you feel free to do as you please. It is very refreshing and liberating. I could never return to my country of birth. It would kill me. It would rape my soul.

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  2. Bit wet this morning, well at least I won’t have to water the vegetables.
    I have a relation-in-law that is a Thai national Mikey, now living in New Zealand and I would NOT like to live with them, they are so controlling and mean ass nasty. I have been to Thailand and enjoyed it, would I enjoy living there? its not for me, the king is somewhat interesting to say the least, and their history leaves much to be desired. but everyone to their own what ever they like and suits them, as long as you are happy that is great.
    Have a great day people and be careful out there.

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    • It’s a funny old world. My wife of 26 years is Thai, a thoroughly Westernized doctor who trained in Thailand and England. We spend a good deal of time in Thailand but there’s no way on God’s green earth either of us would live there. Scratch the surface of Thailand and the scabs come off. What’s underneath isn’t nice. Oppression and corruption are merely the beginning. With just a couple of exceptions Mrs L won’t associate with other Thais here in NZ either. She’s been accused of arrogance, but really it’s because most of them are whores and no-hopers.

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      • Yep agree with the oppression and corruption. Especially the corruption. It’s a shocker. Have to take issue though with your last sentence. Bit of a broad stroke mate. I know many quality Thais who live in NZ and Aussie for that matter.

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        • We’ve struggled to find them, Mikey. That’s why my wife gradually withdrew from mixing with other Thais here. The handful we do know are an exception, but they also have little or nothing to do with the wider Thai community in NZ. Dopey Kiwi blokes married to Thai bar girls are way over-represented.

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  3. Agreed Mike Hunty,
    Rules, Regulations, Laws, Enforcement, For your safety, Weather Warnings, Sun warnings, Rain warnings, Road Warnings, Beach warnings, for your Resilience which needs protection, even in your own house, front & back lawns. etc. No number 8 wire fix its for you as that is a breach of some law.

    To camouflage Suppression, Censorship, in the devious cloak of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, (DEI) for Environment, Sustainability, Governance, (ESG), for the co governance where they could not run a latrine.

    A good steady rain, which should set up the business for the lawn mower guys into the next month.

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      • absolutely pissed down here last night, bought a smile to my face as my bosses arrogant twat son who is stepping up to take over the business didnt heed my advice to not mow hay 2 days ago 🙂

        but yes, too much tucker for my cows at home, sux cuz then i end up with big bills to make balage that you cant even give away this season.

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  4. the media and westland councils huge panic and breathless fearmongering of doom turned out to be a huge fizzer as the west coast experienced a fairly typical west coast deluge, yeah there was a good dump of rain but nothing outve the ordinary for there and labelling it an atmospheric river isnt gunna magic widespread flooding and destruction.

    these muppets need to read the boy who cried wolf and see what lessons can be learned.

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    • Still waiting for it to happen. LOL! So far a pretty normal West Coast rain event … creeks up a bit …OMG the ground is wet!! Horses happily grazing out front … a deer out there first thing was more worried about the spotlight than getting wet. No rain now, just a heavy O/C stopping the sky from falling down!
      Normal!

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    • Fucking madness. & then going down rabbit holes Iaasb.
      A bit more with a partial transcript.

      …. “Jeffrey Scott West, 68, of Friendsville, Tennessee, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after he fired a gun at Kyle W. Spitze, 24, hitting him once in the ear, following an argument between the two on Aug. 25, 2023.” ……

      ….. I’m getting ready to blow his brains out, and yours!”[to the Mum] West shouts from behind the door, prompting Spitze to stand up and open it.
      “You gonna blow my mom’s brain out?” yells the victim, now standing in the hallway of the home, and tells West to “point that gun” at him “again.” ….

      https://nypost.com/2024/01/17/news/tennessee-man-shoots-partners-son-during-argument-in-horrid-video-leading-to-2-hour-standoff-with-cops/

      But hold there, as maybe there is more to this in this very modern world.

      …. After the incident, many on Twitter / X and Reddit alleged that Spitze was a groomer who was part of a Discord server named 764 under his username “criminal.”
      In the aftermath, others labeled Spitze a femboy and a crossdresser. ….

      https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/events/jeffery-scott-west-shooting-kyle-w-spitze

      As sort of social media it may not be so credible, but it seems there is some smouldering smoke.
      Worth a bit of a scroll down, as the motive becomes even more complex for the shooting may be revealed as an attempt at removing real garbage.

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      • who knows S1 but one things for sure… all 3 of them seemed to be off their heads high/pissed as hell.
        mum waddling out with pants around her ankles while daddy/step daddy has a gun drawn and son looks like hes been having a masty session in bed.

        highly disfunctional family, plenty of others around like that too. if it was a pedo groomer that got shot then its a good thing but id argue by the state of them it wouldve been a good thing either way and all 3 should be purged from this earth… waste of oxygen the lot of them

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  5. I have decided not to go to the Huntly Truck Drivers “Moan Fest” at Turangawaewae, today.

    I do have important things to do, like changing the dunny paper rolls in the bog to the heaviest ply I can find, to ensure I can wipe away the shit that will be flung far and wide there, at the evil white Colonialist today and over time, that has inhabited this country. Absolutely no progress, in anyway whatsoever, has been made, since Jim Cook sailed over the horizon. I am sure we will be told in no uncertain terms, Jim should just have kept sailing, for this country would have been a far better, more peaceful and a loving place in which to reside, without Jimmy stopping off.

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    • hooli, if it were a large gathering to oppose a left wing govt it would be labelled an insurection by a river of filth.
      but cuz its a bunch of specials with hurty feelz and such low IQs they cant understand what this govt is actually trying to do they get away with it and are aided by a corrupt and sympathetic msm.

      i have yet to hear one of those activist or iwi fatcats tell us what their life would really be like if whitey hadnt of given them the protection of the treaty and all the benefits whitey bought to these shores.
      today will be a great example as 99% of stuff the use, do and eat will be non maori… a haka and a poi spin will be the only genuine maoriness.

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      • um no there’s more..
        Talking sticks for the aged,
        Te Reo for yous’e fella’s,
        Ladies talking on the Marae 😆 😆
        The faux “kings” throne, does he have a jewel encrusted crown?
        Slaves in the Kitchen or don’t they do that these days?
        Will there be traditional Hangi’s or will the food be ” prepared with a Karakia and in modern stainless appliances?
        I’m sure there’s more.
        Not to mention shitting in the woods.

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      • SB, and while you, V2 and I may appear to be mocking of them, the fact is what you both say, is correct.

        For some nagging reason, I am wondering if today is just a set up for Tainui to try and usurp Ratana and then, take away some of the attention from Waitangi, in other words, it is more trying to show who is the stronger Tribe because it would be hard to believe all these Tribes are getting together spontaneously, in peace and harmony, to oppose this Government, all with a common cause and concern for the wellbeing of this country.

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      • If you want to know how the natives here would be living if Whitey had not come along and brought all the manifest benefits of western civilization with him then you only have to look at or better still visit New Guinea today.

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        • The NZ Maori got the best deal in all history of the last 400 years of colonisation.

          Look to :-
          Hawaii
          Caribbean,
          Africa,
          Indonesia/Dutch East Indies
          South America
          Central America
          USA Native Americans – almost wiped out, then sent to reservations
          India

          Or look at it the other way from coloniser-
          Portugal
          Spain
          Netherlands
          Fucking Belgians
          France
          England

          The Maori fluked a good deal as the Brits were scared the Froggies might take over and knew they helped USA to independence, so lost that.
          did not want a repeat and rushed in with a sweet deal .
          Also stopped the inter-tribal genocide for 20 years.
          Guns kill far for than sticks and stones…. which was the previous weapon in a stone age culture.

          The Tongans have not been conquered but their standard of living is not something to leave home for

          The Maori ‘élite’ are better whingers than they ever once were warriors.
          That includes the Welshman, T Morgan, and his silk undies

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          • It’s a real shame that the British did not leave them to their own devices rather than the treaty. There would be very few maori left for us to be concerned about. I am heartily sick of the whinging and moaning about how dreadful the white person is. They were running around eating people and in grass skirts and buggar all else before James came to bring them into some sort of of life without the eating etc.

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            • Don’t worry Lizzie, Luxon has sent Uncle Tom Potaka as his Representative to listen carefully and report back faithfully from the Kings lovefeast up your way, well in the outer Northern suburbs, on how politely National and the Coalition were talked about and that Tuku and the Maori King’s plans to take over and control this country, is a fine positive one and one, Luxon should consider.

              After all, it was Uncle Tom Potaka who wrote his Thesis at University for his Law Degree, on what could easily have been mistaken as the “He Puapua” blueprint.

              Read it and wonder why Luxon will only support ACT’s, “Treaty Principles Bill” to the first reading and weep. It is because he has Trojan Horses in his Cabinet.

              https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/law/research/publications/about-nzacl/publications/nzacl-yearbooks/yearbook-4,-1998/Potaka.pdf

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              • Thanks for spoiling my day AH.
                Must say from the moment I first heard him on issues I was immediately suspicious.
                Is he a plant or has he other credentials that have allowed him to mix with conservative types.
                I wouldn’t trust him to show the way ,in fact he could well be an influential handbrake on creating any harmonious future.

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                • The past defines you, as do your actions.

                  Tama Potaka

                  Formerly chief executive of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki
                  Formerly general manager at Tainui Group Holdings.

                  So while an achiever, definitely shows you which side of the underpants, his nuts swing.

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    • The koha collected will keep them going for another month.
      evil pricks.

      Somewhere in our history there are incidents when tribes invited others just like this and then slaughtered and ate the invitees.
      Will this happen this weekend or will they just fleece them (oh, and us somehow), to keep their “king” or rather Tuku the fraudster in the way they are accustomed?

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    • It’s a dystopian sci-fi. A large factory whereby insecure kids are transformed into régime political warriors. The worlds LBQT hormone drugs come out of Teva pharma based in Tel Aviv. The horror of covid was that a similar big pharma manufactured a crisis and whipped up a “War of the Worlds” fear campaign to sell vaccines (and treat vaccine injuries for years) and make shitloads of filthy money.

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  6. Please Explain!
    Popcorn time with Simeon 🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/01/19/wgtn-water-woes-brown-sends-please-explain-letters-to-mayors/
    Local Government Minister Simeon Brown has sent formal requests for further information from Wellington mayor Tory Whanau and Upper Hutt mayor Wayne Guppy this evening over the capital’s water leakage and shortage issues.

    Brown said he earlier wrote to Wellington Water Committee chairman Campbell Barry to ask what actions shareholder councils were taking to reduce the possible water shortage.

    Brown said both Whanau and Guppy had “failed to respond” to Barry’s request by January 17, which was needed as part of Barry’s response to Brown.

    “With the exception of Wellington City and Upper Hutt City, the other councils in the Wellington region were able to provide the requested information which summarised their work programmes and steps they had taken,” he said.

    “Therefore, I have now used my powers under the Local Government Act to formally request information that those councils are taking their obligations to residents and ratepayers seriously, and are implementing all mitigations necessary to avoid cuts or limits on water supplies.”

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    • one bucket of KFC will only get you to second base.
      C’mon, give the girt a real feed, bro
      and make her some eggs.

      That was the real story
      In Alan Duff’s house the Maori mum used to give pops the bash.

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  7. waikatogirl@0858

    Now sit back and watch the WCC ‘gweenies’ start their self-justifying screaming. No doubt we will hear all the usual reasons why (And probably even the ‘Race’ card will be hauled out and thrown); anything to NOT co-operate or justify their actions (Or lack of) to the new Minister.

    How DARE he ask for accountability from a gween, especially as said gweens have repeatedly shown that they don’t EVER like being asked to explain why their noses are in the trough…

    Popcorn suppliers will be pleased.

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    • You might think GG was a very taking person, but this shows how contagious & giving GG is.

      ….. Jan 19th 2024 ……. From here there are other questions to be asked as sources have stated to us that the NZ Police were informed by the Greens, then in turn, caretaker PM Chris Hipkins was told about it, as was the then Police Minister, Ginny Andserson.

      Sources also report that the “No surprises policy” was not used to inform incoming Police Minister, Mark Mitchell.

      So, in the end of days era of Hipkins and Labour, it appears they tried to conceal criminal offending by one of their own.

      No wonder Labour have been so quiet on all this… its not lost on us that the Greens took a huge part of the Labour voter base at the last election, yet Labour has been silent.

      Now we know why.

      GG was just the entree, now Labour, Hipkins, and the NZ Police will be the main course, with the Greens being served up as the finale!
      https://marcspring.com/index.php/2024/01/19/why-golriz-ghahraman-is-just-the-entree-in-all-this/

      When Parliament resumes, MP’s can bring things up, with Parliamentary Privilege to bring on further stress & pressure.
      Will the media dare to further pursue those government MP’s that raise these further issues?

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  8. ffs, if you want to see why the countries education is in the shitter go check out alwyn pooles latest piece at kiwibog. clearly ministry of education has zero intentions of deviating from applying the ficticious principles of the treaty and te lingoness.

    why the fuck do parents and teachers tolerate this shit? send your kid to school and get them back as a woke uneducated hori ffs.

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  9. Fran actually reads the Greens their pedigree, and does a pretty good job of it:

    Is it time for James Shaw to bail out? – Fran O’Sullivan
    OPINION

    “It must be getting time, surely, for Greens co-leader James Shaw to pull his escape parachute and leave Parliament.

    Why would he want to stay on when a large number of party activists don’t support him and the party now presents as a shambles?

    He appears completely lost among the sea of activists who are fast running the Greens’ brand into the ground as they resort to performative theatre, particularly on Palestine. You won’t see Shaw among other Green MPs wearing the Palestinian keffiyeh, the distinctive black-and-white scarf, in Parliament. Or shouting anti-Israel slogans, some of which verge on anti-Semitism.

    The Golriz Ghahraman scandal just adds to the party’s brand damage.

    Shaw’s year started on a bum note. It was bad enough to lose an election and be reduced to being a mere observer while the incoming Government ducks and dives on just what it will achieve on climate change. That goes with the political territory. Then, having to personally support Ghahraman as she came to her decision to resign from Parliament after shoplifting allegations surfaced, yet in no way defend her actions.

    Yet Shaw has talents which ought to be kept in play, preferably on a playground some distance from his party.

    The Prime Minister could do worse than consider Shaw for the top job at the Climate Change Commission when Dr Rod Carr steps down as commissioner this year.

    He’s well qualified for the role.

    Principled, particularly when it comes to climate change issues, reflecting the fact he was the portfolio minister in the Labour-led Government from 2017 to 2023, during which time he was responsible for guiding the landmark Zero Carbon Act through Parliament.

    This required him to build support across Parliament, which meant forging pragmatic links with National.

    He is also highly relatable to business, where he led support for the introduction of the climate-related disclosures legislation which required directors to report their companies’ exposures to climate-related risks. This covers large listed issuers with a market capitalisation exceeding $60 million, as well as large financial entities, including banks, insurers and managers of investment schemes with total assets exceeding $1 billion.

    This has been a complex process. But Shaw built widespread support among senior business leaders.

    Shaw has also been a fixture at various COP meetings, including last year’s in Dubai where he accompanied National’s Simon Watts, who was appointed to the portfolio by Christopher Luxon last year.

    Now he’s stuck as co-leader of a party which has long left behind its roots in favour of mere activism. A party which despite a lengthy period in Parliament, has never had an MP sitting in Cabinet.
    It is a party which is not fully behind him. That was obvious when he was ejected as co-leader via a party vote in mid-2022. He said then it was hard when there was a group organising against him. He had been so focused on his job as Minister for Climate Change, “doing what we need to do to fight the climate crisis”, that he really didn’t have a lot of time for factional organising. No one stood against him in the subsequent election. But the damage was done.

    These days the Greens are more known for their stands on issues totally unrelated to climate or sustainability. For instance:

    Māori independence: remember co-leader Marama Davidson high-fiving Te Pāti Māori co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer in a TV3 political debate during the election campaign?

    Gender: Davidson (again) hitting out at white men during the Albert Park-Posie Parker episode. “I am a violence prevention minister and I know who causes violence in the world, it is white CIS men,” she roared. Totally sexist too, given that on a pro rata basis white men are not the main perpetrators of family violence.

    The current cause du jour is Palestine. Chloe Swarbrick and Davidson have been in the forefront of protests against the mounting humanitarian disaster in Palestine. But there has been precious little recognition of the slaughter waged on Israelis in the first place.

    Shaw could return to consultancy. Or take a role leading sustainability within a large corporate.

    But his six years as Climate Minister boost his cachet, making him worthy of a more significant role.

    When Shaw appointed Carr as the inaugural Climate Change Commissioner in late 2019, the appointment was to be for a maximum of five years.

    That’s nearly up.

    The Cabinet will have a range of potential appointees in mind. There may be some resistance in political quarters, but the mere fact Shaw has not put on the keffiyeh suggests it won’t be long before he makes the final decision to leave a tribe that long ago left him.”

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    • wheres the pics of the 10k strong crowd? the struggle to show pics of more then 50 at one time.

      lockdown protests:
      several thousand attend… msm: a few hundred protesters turnout.

      any lefty cause like climate or special ppl protest:
      couple hundred show up…. msm: thousands upon thousands show up to protest xyz snowflake cause.

      im happy for a seperate maori everything but the fuckers can pay for it with maori money not everyone elses.
      they bang on about the maori economy and how profitable iwi ventures are so put their fucking money where their mouth is and stump up and fund their own racist and wastefull bullshit.

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    • V2, is that a piece of serious reporting or an opinion piece by Bridie Witton at Stuff?

      Apart from it being a hit piece on National, it is a seriously, dishonest article. The dopey cow who wrote that claims National sent Tama Potaka (“a political rookie” and Maori Affairs Minister”). Who does she expect National to send to a Maori Whinge. The Minister of Women’s Affairs. FFS?

      Then she only tells half the story on Potaka, that being he was involved with some minor Tribal Organisation in Auckland, where in fact he was also General Manager of Tainui (which she conveniently forgot to mention) with this Bun Fight being held by Tainui’s head truck driver, deep in Tainui land.

      But the most important thing is she deals to National for no show by Luxon, but does not utter a word of the no show by Labour’s Leadership and by their top Sausage Roll Muncher, Christopher Hipkins.

      Just a plain dishonest piece of reporting, if you can call it that.

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    • Make an offer to take the ev of their hands.

      EV drivers struggle to keep batteries charged amid winter freeze [Chicago]
      https://youtu.be/0b-w46UDdpo
      3 mins 5 secs : Jan 16 2024 : WGN news.

      Have to queue for an hour or so at the super charging places.
      Takes up to 2 hours to charge on at the super charging places.

      It sounds like plugging in at home barely breaks even to increase its charge, with the ironic advice that it is best charge it in a garage, that is a heated garage.

      Uber driver needed to charge up twice a day.
      The Uber Driver is cashing out and going back to ICE.

      The real world of EV’s are like those heat pumps, in the midst of a good frost have to stop, and defrost the outside unit for about half an hour.
      Like wise, how is all this battery storage for the house going to work on a still cold hoar frost foggy night & day.

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  10. Arrogance personified.

    Mark Hubbard.
    @MarkHubbard33

    We don’t have a problem with white supremacy, but we do with a toxic race supremacy.

    Maori King today.

    “We are elite Māori, elite because of our whakapapa and mana.”

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  11. Demand for rental properties in regional New Zealand has soared with 60 people set to view one Tauranga house this weekend while mothers and their children are couch surfing and living in tents.

    Industry insiders told NZME crippling interest rates and low yields meant some landlords would sell up this year amid “robust immigration” that continued to fuel market competition.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/lachie-love-boy-taking-cbd-oil-and-fish-oil-for-terminal-dipg-brain-cancer-defies-odds-as-tumour-shrinks/PTPGS3XV2NDJJEIJHBZGE4KE7U/

    Within about a kilometer of me there something like 80 apartments inder going builds.
    Happening all around the place. Some are not that nice.
    Houses which is what people want are way down.

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    • Fuck “over the years” Unbelievable through what they call:– “USaid” agency.

      New Zealand slipped a few million to the Clinton foundation back in 2018/19
      https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1805/S00076/clinton-foundation-gets-another-55m-from-nz-taxpayers.htm

      Would have gone some of the way for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.

      Some of the heat came back a bit loud so NZ stopped the funding

      … During the 2016 US presidential elections, Donald Trump was critical of the Clinton Foundation, accusing his Democratic rival of “pay for play”. ….
      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/government-no-longer-to-fund-the-clinton-foundations-flagship-aid-programme/EJEEVA5KE4TNPXGXDYMBFLLBOM/

      But we must realize that New Zealand has increased its funding to UNRWA & even increased it in October.
      So is New Zealand still officially cheering on Hamas?

      Hillel Neuer @HillelNeuer
      Five days ago, we exposed a Telegram group of 3,000 UNRWA teachers in Gaza replete with praise of the Hamas massacre of October 7th.

      UNRWA cast doubt that they work for them. The UN spox disparaged us.

      This 🧵 will show how the group admins and members are indeed part of UNRWA.
      https://twitter.com/HillelNeuer/status/1746962851955191937
      1 min 6 secs : Jan 16 2024 : UN Watch

      Others are also raising questions about supporting Hamas.

      Dr David Adler @DrDavidAdler1
      UNRWA HAS BEEN ACTIVELY SUPPORTING HAMAS

      The Australian Labor government doubled our contribution to UNRWA from $10M to $20M

      US Republicans call on UNRWA head to answer questions about funneling aid to Hamas.

      “The House Foreign Affairs Committee sent a letter to United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) Commissioner-General on Monday asking about “concerning reports” that his agency is funneling “hundreds of millions of dollars” to Hamas and other foreign terrorist organizations.”
      https://nypost.com/2024/01/16/news/house-gop-demands-testimony-unrwa-head-for-hamas-aid-allegations/
      8:08 PM · Jan 17, 2024

      https://twitter.com/DrDavidAdler1/status/1747516099674124702

      As shown in the New York Post link above, The invite has been put out by:–
      …. “Therefore, we request that you appear before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to answer our questions and address the concerns of the American people.
      We ask that you indicate your willingness and availability to appear before the Committee by no later than January 24th, 2024.” …..

      So is New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs aware of this? but will they advise the New Zealand minister to cut NZ funding of UNRWA?
      The time to strike is now while Greens & Labour are in disarray & any further Palestinian protest will show them up again.

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  12. “State tenants owe Kāinga Ora record $21m unpaid rent: one man owes $48,000

    So how do you stay in a rental until you’re behind in your rent to the tune of $48k? A private landlord would be down the gurglar, but no worries if old muggins the taxpayer foots the bill.

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    • youre being mean sagz, the chap will pay his rent with the first paycheque when he gets a job… he promised/////////

      evict any of the scummers more then 4wks behind in rent, blacklist the fuckers so they never ripp off state housing again, cancel their bene until the rents paid in full. get a fucking job, get a fucking life and stop being such a draining POS to taxpayers.
      the govt needs to also set a max time limit someone can rely on state housing. 2yrs for singles and couples, 5yrs if they have kids BUT only if the kids were born prior to the need for a state house. if someone cant afford to house themselves they certainly cant afford a kid, we need policy to disincentivise scum no hopers breeding and whores treating kids as a meal ticket or free rent.

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  13. hilarious, i just braved watching a few news clips on the brown whinge fest and those cnuts contradict themselves…
    they held the hui cuz te reo etc was under threat, the removal of te reo names from govt depts and the bonus paid to speakers was a big catalyst that sparked the hui of no doey…. yet nearly all of the speeches incl the truck driving king were all delivered in english.
    what a bunch of hypocritical fucktards, if te reo is that important then why did they not speak it the entire time?
    why do they even allow white colonising language to be spoken within the grounds of the marae? ffs they despise everything about whitey so stop using our language then you arseholes, plenty of other signs of colonisation on display. fucking hypocrites the lot of them.

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  14. From X under the subject Jenny Shipley.
    Katie 🌊🌱
    @katie_pai
    ·
    9h
    Dame Jenny Shipley says make te reo available and maybe even compulsory so that we can all find understanding together 👀

    Get fucked you Bitch. How about just pay us the money we lost when MainZeal went down under your Directorship.

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