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  1. Let it be recorded that this page was visited at 0543 on 22 February 2024.

    No one was here, No one said anything, Nothing stirred.

    As there was nothing else to do, and I had nothing to say (Except to make this ‘record’ of my visit) I left.

    (Despite that, have a great day. DLTBGYD)

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  2. Luxon wants ceasefire in Gaza along with his brand new mates in Australia and Canada. The Pomgolians are demanding a ceasefire in Gaza by Israel as is the mental case that is Joe Biden and the USA. They are all naive fools.

    This is the sort of humanity, called HAMAS, that these fools want to protect. I hope Israel, if they do not get all the hostages HAMAS are holding back by 10th March, go into Rafah and lay waste to it, as the Palestinians and who support HAMAS and it seems the bulk of them do, deserve retribution for this and HAMAS deserve to be totally annihilated.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13108147/report-sexual-assault-israel-october-7.html

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    • It staggers me that these so called “leaders” are so unaware of the world history and what is happening currently and who perpetrates all this.
      Its concerns me that they too want all of us to believe what they say and are speaking for many of us who know better than them.
      Who voted these people in and who asked any of them in depth questions about foreign policy before the election.
      Your favourite man Peters is a Yankee toady, has been for years, had the hots for Candy Rice. ( kind of like the Profumo affair stuff with Mandy rice- davies. Yep that’s a but of reds under the bed history).

      The answer is of course that they and the Msm controlled the narrative along with FB and Google and fed crap and avoided the real issues, all of which we paid for in one way or another.

      Brash, for all the good stuff he says, is a New World Order man.
      Wants the world of open doors. doesn’t like Trump and the fact that Trump put tariffs back on China. ( Incidentally, Biden hasn’t removed them, can’t afford to).

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    • Hamas and Hellsbollah have consistently attacked Israel and forget the Jewish tradition of an eye for an eye and Israel can and should continue to eviserrate Gaza until the Muslims stop attacking Israel, no Arab state will take a Palestinian for good reason and the largely self inflicted destruction they invited shoudl serve a lesson but me thinks Muslimes are still embedded in the fourth century so thier loss is the worlds gain. It is interesting that the Houtis with their shipping attacks have reeduce Egypts Suez canal fees significaantly whihc did provide 30%+ of Egypts income, I suspect that Egypy being Muslim accepts this as a favour to another Muslim.

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    • Fancy a political leader speaking to the people – that’s obviously just so wrong.

      Except for SB putting it on here we, in the main, wouldn’t know and wouldn’t care.
      I am sure squeaky voice was able to give listeners his mummy’s recipe for sausage rolls and shops in Hutt Valley that sell them.

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        • I dislike almost everything about Sean Plunkett but he provides something approaching a proper news outlet unlike Stuff so more power and listeners to him.
          What I would really like is a New Zealand version of Redacted, now that would be worth watching.

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          • meh, redacted got very very very very repeatative. used to love listening to them until they struggled to come up with any new content so stopped listening.

            at a guess several shows per week will tell us ukraine army is on the verge of collapse, endless vax nutter stuff, haiti, and throw in a sprinkle of aliens… they really lost me when clayton went full on nutter with his alien fixation and how real they are.

            i dont listen to platform either, just watch a few pootube clips of theirs that look alright topics. its easier and better for ya just to ignore pretty much every outlets take on things.

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    • are you a taker saggy? its easier just to stick with vaginas, although gays seem to have lots more money so i can see your reasoning in a cost of living crisis.

      on a more serious note, why us there even a need for a book of such descriptions? safe sex sure, but if you need an instruction manual to explain gay sex and what goes where then i really question if said person has the mental capacity to know theyre actually gay or not let alone ready for sex.

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  3. Redundancy pay totals $710k for two departing Three Waters bosses, a third still employed
    Kate MacNamara
    Former Three Waters bosses Vaughan Payne, Jon Lamonte and Colin Crampton. Photo / NZME

    Two government water reform chief executives have taken redundancy payouts of $355,000 apiece, while a third has “transitioned” to another water reform job within the Department of Internal Affairs, now under review.

    you will luv this bit.

    Crampton, hired on February 21, 2023 to run “Entity C”, covering the lower east coast of the North Island and the top of the South Island, took redundancy and left the job on December 15. Prior to last February, Crampton led council-owned Wellington Water on $455,000 per year.

    Jon Lamonte and Colin Crampton both left their posts on December 15 with redundancy packages worth six months’ of their $710,000 “establishment chief executive” base salaries. They were each on the job for just 10 months.

    Bizarrely, a third chief executive, Vaughan Payne, took up a new post, focused on the last iteration of the Labour-era reforms, on December 20, six days after the new Cabinet formally decided to legislate to repeal and replace that plan.

    A department spokesman said Payne’s new job, regional establishment director, was agreed to in September, before the October 14 election, under the water reform law of the time.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/redundancy-pay-totals-710k-for-two-departing-three-waters-bosses-a-third-still-employed/KDLPW7T5OVD3NGFH4H5QRGQFNI/

    The hiring of the chief executives was originally contentious because the pay constituted a massive 50 per cent rise, on average, for three of the chief executives who were previously on public sector salaries. Alone amongst the four, Brewster did not previously work in the New Zealand public sector.

    He previously earned A$527,000 (roughly $561,000 in 2020/21), the last full year for which he was the chief executive of Tasmania’s waste and drinking water provider, TasWater.

    In addition, just weeks after the chief executives took up their jobs, the Labour government decided to disestablish three of the four positions.

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    • Have to say you need to read this to see the extent to which Labour filled the tank with luvlies. 400 odd in internal affairs working on water and that wasn’t doing anything about the water supply.
      Out rageous.
      Next they need to start on the universities, so Grant can go live in Thailand.

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      • bring back the gallows!
        for the arseholes that allowed jobs like that to be signed up to just before the election and also the ppl that filled the position, those scum new damn well they were gunna get sacked and would get a cushy payout as a result.

        govt needs a law to prevent shit like that happening, any contract over say 150k is subject to no clause/excuse termination upon change of govt…. but nats wont cuz theyll want to do the same for their mates when the tide starts going out.

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    • That has to be scripted, else the cameraman is a gymnast. First behind the ‘doctor’ then in front while inside the ambulance.
      The tear in the voice of the male to show emotion – I’d rather let the patient die than expose myself to the flu…

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  4. Re the Red Cross meme above. If it’s real it doesn’t mean what you are encouraged to think. The American Red Cross is a fully woke organisation and will accept vaxed blood with open arms. This from their website.

    “COVID-19 Vaccine and COVID-19 Booster Shot
    Acceptable if you were vaccinated with a non-replicating, inactivated, or RNA-based COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca, Janssen/J&J, Moderna, Novavax, or Pfizer providing you are symptom-free and fever-free.
    Wait 2 weeks if you were vaccinated with a live attenuated COVID-19 vaccine.
    Wait 2 weeks if you were vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine but do not know if it was a non-replicating, inactivated, RNA based vaccine or a live attenuated vaccine.”

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    • Thanks Alice:— good to know in that brief minute some one is on to it.

      The government’s mis-dis-mal-information with all the media “check fackers” just to do not trust any one, as the risk of seeing through the indoctrination, the narratives, like “Trust the Science” etc., fairy tales, to see Lysenko’s scientism, which actually ran for decades & murderously world wide in certain countries controlled by authoritarians.

      As I commented on that announcement of that change yesterday by Bn :—
      https://twitter.com/i/status/1759946881973580159
      1 min 25 secs :

      Just give out the complete unadulterated raw data, so any independent or with an axe to grind or Not;- can analysis & figure any patterns that they see.
      These unaccountable experts & their controlling politicians do not trust the people, the public.
      If not why not? !!!!!

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      • It is the health techno-bureaucracy like Bloomfield, Petousis-Harris, Plank, Hendy, Wiles, etc. will be seeking to have this done on the down-low, with no political connection.

        Then again look where those all those politicians in or out of Parliament wanted the mandates to be vaxxed.

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  5. Thomas Cranmer
    @CranmerWrites
    Further to the Defence Force’s loss in the Court of Appeal last week which has received minimal media coverage, please read the comments that I have received. They are from current and former NZDF personnel, both civilian and uniformed, and cover all three branches – Army, Navy and Air Force. Whether you agree with them or not, the very heavy handed way in which NZDF handled Covid has had a negative effect on the culture and morale within the organisation. With this latest loss in the Court of Appeal, which follows their loss in the Yardley case in Feb 2022, it’s time for NZDF to reinstate those that left because of its mandates and requirements.

    https://twitter.com/CranmerWrites/status/1760391110659383752

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  6. NZ and Aussie are making headlines in the financial markets

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/kiwi-kiwi-kiwi-oy-oy-oy-most-important-thing-focus-right-now

    “Meanwhile, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the first central bank to adopt modern inflation targeting, was ahead of the Aussies in turning hawkish. Despite the economy being in a technical recession, a week ago the local market was already making calls that the RBNZ might *hike* twice this year from the current level of 5.5%. Indeed, the date to watch is February 28, when the Bank hold their next meeting: a shock rate hike would send ripples right the way round the rest of Western bond markets.

    Our Australia and New Zealand strategist Ben Picton is currently on the ground in NZ, and reports that it isn’t just a technical recession, but a real one. Boarded up shops are quite evident. However, he also notes that there is abundant signs of some doing very well: there are lots of expensive boats in Auckland harbour, plenty of cruise ships, and long lines of tourists at some high-end shops. In short, we might be talking about a K-shaped economy, which we all talked about a lot during Covid, and then immediately forgot after lockdowns ended. However, that winners-and-losers dynamic is evident globally in all kinds of ways. “

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  7. Vaccines are safe (and effective), but if you have had one or more, your blood is not safe and we don’t want it.

    The only reason they are providing a phone number to ring, is because they cannot just come out and say directly “If you have been vaccinated, we don’t want your blood.” or “We will maybe take your but it depends on which vaccine you took, and how many, and we will keep it in reserve, and only use it if we have no unvaccinated blood left.”

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  8. I don’t get what the big deal is with this Collins dude dying. He ran for auckland mayor ,when he failed he pulled out the race card. This gave him a direct fast track into the greens where as a new mp he had only just given maiden speech . Hardly a reason to shut parliament down as he wasn’t even in wellington at work when he died.

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    • Dougal, can you imagine any large private organisation like Foodstuffs having a staff member die and then close down for a week. It just would not happen.

      Whoever in Parliament made that decision needs their Balls drawn.

      That week closedown is going to fuck Nude Nuts 100 day cleaning of Labours crap Legislation and any planned new reforms.

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      • I watched his beatification on T.V last night, that was pretty sad but if you really want to throw up try watching Matty Mc Leans tribute.I personally think it’s a shame he died and I feel for his family but every cloud has a silver lining, TDB won’t be posting anything for 3 days in his honour. The other question is, how long will it be till that piece of trash David Letele is elevated as his replacement?

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    • I was trying to work out why the flag on the Poohive wasn’t right at the top of the flagpole, today. The useless cnuts didn’t even have it half-mast – I just thought they couldn’t be arsed fully raising it.

      Kinda appropriate for an Islander that maybe they just couldn’t quite be arsed – or maybe since he was a Green MP and pretty new, the Poohive occupants were only a little but sad.

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  9. After retirement, A Colonel married a young 25 year old woman …..
    Now he was spending less time with his friends. His concerned friends enquired if there was a problem.
    “I’m eager to pass time with you all, but my young wife gets lonely when I’m away.”
    His friends advised him : *Keep a young tenant at home, your wife will be happy in the company of a younger person.
    Col. promptly acted on their advise and leased a room in his big house to a young tenant
    Now the friends were meeting more often. One day the friends jokingly asked, : “How is your wife now?”
    Col. : “She is not lonely at all, in fact she is happy and the good news is that she is pregnant”
    The friends laughed, as they expected this. And how is the tenant?” they asked.
    Col. replied very soberly “She is also pregnant .,.”
    Never underestimate a Veteran!

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  10. Had a laugh , an ev ad pops up on my feed , big discounts offered , they are surprisingly similar sized to the former subsidy that came from the ute tax . It just shows when you distort a market it gets ripped off.

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  11. Northland businesses face harsh reality of another Brynderwyns closure
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/02/22/northland-businesses-face-harsh-reality-of-brynderwyns-closure/

    State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyn Hills suffered major damage during the cyclone and still isn’t fully repaired.

    The latest round of work will see the vital stretch closed from February 26 until March 27, only temporarily opening for six days from March 28 until April 2 for Easter. Detours will be available, but they’ll add time to the journey.

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  12. I was having a stroll through the cemetery yesterday when I came across some workers digging up a grave.

    Being the nosy bugger I am, I went over and said, “What’s going on?”

    The guy in the hole said, “We’re exhuming this body.”

    “Oh, is it part of some ongoing murder investigation?” I asked.

    “No,” he replied, “Accident Compensation have deemed him fit for work.”

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  13. ‘Are NZ COVID-19 Royal Commissioners Tony Blakely and John Whitehead Employed to Cover Up the Crime? Part Two’
    (Courtesy of The Daily Examiner NZ)

    Although in this instance, this article was sourced from The Daily Examiner NZ, it is a follow-on from the article ‘Are NZ COVID-19 Royal Commissioners Tony Blakely and John Whitehead Employed to Cover Up the Crime? Part One’ which was published on this site on or about 19 February 2024. The URL appears immediately below.

    https://nzdsos.com/2024/02/19/tony-blakely-part-one/

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/are-nz-covid-19-royal-commissioners-tony-blakely-and-john-whitehead-employed-to-cover-up-the-crime-part-two/

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  14. And one for Nasska

    A priest in Spain has been accused of running an illegal Viagra trafficking operation.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/02/22/spanish-priest-arrested-for-alleged-viagra-trafficking-operation/

    He was arrested in the small town of Don Benito in the Extremadura region alongside another man, reportedly his romantic partner.

    The pair are accused of selling “other powerful aphrodisiac substances” out of their shared home alongside the medication.

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    • Always gratifying to hear of someone caught up in the Sky Fairy rackets redeeming themselves through branching out & participating in useful business enterprises.

      He has obviously heeded the advice given in the Good Book. Matthew 25:23 says ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’ 🙂

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  15. WTF 🤬🤬🤬

    Government announces nearly $26 million of support for Ukraine as war enters third year
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2024/02/government-announces-nearly-26-million-of-support-for-ukraine-as-war-enters-third-year.html

    The Government has announced further support of nearly $26 million for Ukraine to mark the second anniversary of the war.

    Foreign Minister Winston Peters and Defence Minister Judith Collins marked the occasion by announcing further support and sanctions and extending New Zealand’s military assistance.

    The new package of support is worth $25.9 million and brings New Zealand’s total support over the last two years to more than $100 million.

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  16. I see Stuff have got their panties in a knot over Hipkins being interviewed by Plonket. Their arrogance is shining through as they truly believe they are the gatekeepers of information. Fuck off Stuff.

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  17. Teamwork, discipline, determination, patience.
    https://www.sgtreport.com/2024/02/let-the-great-new-york-city-boycott-begin-conservatives-to-new-york-drop-dead/

    Smart collars for cows, but for us, its biometric surveillance, enabled by AI, facial recognition/biometrics and autonomous devices.
    https://www.sgtreport.com/2024/02/manufacturing-consent-the-border-fiasco-and-the-smart-wall/

    Stay or go?
    https://www.sgtreport.com/2024/02/the-brain-drain/

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  18. Another great contribution by Dr John Raine

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/john-raine-it-is-time-to-resist-a-new-totalitarianism

    “The recent USA Congressional hearing involving the Presidents Gay, Kornbluth and Magill of Harvard, MIT and UPenn, respectively, into antisemitism on university campuses, was followed by the resignations of Gay and Magill (although Gay’s case deflected towards being framed around her mediocre publication record containing multiple instances of plagiarism). More importantly, these events helped to lift the lid off a septic tank of DEI politics that has now affected the reputation of America’s finest universities. “

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  19. Told ya!

    If a car isn’t sourced from a Jap company it’s not worth buying. Announced today the first of what will be a long stream of recalls for defects built into the shitboxes made by Skoda/VW:

    …….”Approximately 2000 Skodas have been recalled in New Zealand over potential fire risk issues, including the Superbs used by the police.

    The Skoda Superb, a car recently adopted by the police, has been hit with a nationwide recall notice over a production issue that can lead to heightened fire risk.:……

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/350188974/skodas-used-police-recalled-over-fire-risk-concerns

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  20. A 19-month-old girl killed by her aunt’s partner was found to have suffered multiple injuries before her death.

    Gisborne man Te Ngahuru McClutchie was found guilty of killing Casino Ataria Wharehinga, in the High Court at Gisborne on Wednesday.

    A jury took two days to find McClutchie, 36, guilty of manslaughter, neglect and causing grievous bodily harm to Casino between December 2021 and January 2022.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350187672/man-guilty-inflicting-fatal-injuries-19-month-old-girl

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  21. Contaminated fuel from BP petrol station leaves drivers fuming
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/02/22/contaminated-fuel-from-bp-petrol-station-leaves-drivers-fuming/

    BP has admitted the 98 grade supply at its Ōtaki Connect petrol station was contaminated following a delivery on Tuesday, affecting drivers who filled up between 7am and 3pm.

    Apology and compensation offer
    BP said it was sorry for any inconvenience caused to customers.

    “Ninety-eight grade transactions are being investigated and we are proactively working with impacted customers to resolve this issue. Any customers who are concerned and who purchased 98 from BP Connect Otaki during this time period can also contact us on 0800 800 027.”

    The damage to his car, including the mechanic’s bill and the discarded petrol, was more than $850.

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  22. COVID-19 was a test to see how quickly the populace would march in lockstep with the government’s dictates, no questions asked, and how little resistance the citizenry would offer up to the government’s power grabs when made in the name of national security.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/covid-19-tested-our-commitment-freedom-three-years-later-were-still-failing

    https://www.sgtreport.com/2024/02/if-this-is-happening-to-people-that-are-well-known-then-what-is-happening-to-the-public/

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  23. Why cant the Nats understand they should be at war with the left.

    You have copied (c) copyrighted material from BusinessDesk. This is a breach of our terms and conditions unless you are a corporate subscriber copying for internal use. Please consider a group subscription or forward a link. To upgrade your account email info@businessdesk.co.nz.

    Infrastructure Leon Grice, Heather Simpson appointed to Antarctica NZ board The foreign minister wants new faces to steer the troubled Scott Base rebuild.
    Winston Peters meets Antarctica NZ leaders, raises Scott Base concerns

    Behind a paywall. Not one I will pay for.
    https://businessdesk.co.nz/article/infrastructure/leon-grice-heather-simpson-appointed-to-antarctica-nz-board

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  24. The Warehouse Group is selling its outdoor brand Torpedo7 for $1 to a consortium including former Breakers basketball team owners Paul and Liz Blackwell.

    The Blackwells, also former owners of Pak’nSave Albany, are shareholder directors of Tahua Partners.

    The Warehouse initially paid $33 million over a three year period for a 51 per cent stake in Torpedo 7, before acquiring an additional 29 per cent stake in March 2014 for $15.2m

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/the-warehouse-group-sells-torpedo7-to-former-breakers-and-supermarket-owners-for-one-dollar/HMFY4ELDBRBC7DJ7XWTC2E7CM4/

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  25. What a waste of fucking time YSB is now.

    Idiots just posting links to outside sites.

    the newly arrived ‘Francis’ does this day after day.
    No commentary, no reason why we should read it, no analysis.

    Braybots does as well and of course Waikato Gurl is a permanent offender.
    Does she even view all the hours of shit she posts links to every day ??
    I doubt it, so why should WE?

    It is it interests YOU then get all jizzy, by all means but if you want to share then add some fucking value rather than a URL

    This childish shit of coming on at 5.30 am and saying there is no one here; adds no value what ever.
    At least Ed allows you to post from 1am.
    If you have something decent to add, do so
    You cant go to BFD or Fruityblog at that time and even if you posted you need the moderators to clear the post.
    At least those two sites have interaction/discussion.
    I’ll bet someone posting link after link would soon find privileges curtailed.

    Add some value or go smoke a joint, have a drink, go fishing, have a dawn breaker, but dont waste viewers time with banality.

    There ya go, bring on the downticks.

    Ed has done a great job for five years.
    Show some respect and educate and inform, or remain silent and…..you know the rest.

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  26. Who has read the Aeneid? I am upto Chapter 3 and am shocked. A great big poem by Virgil. Multiple myths, that I have always loved, and never known why, come alive. Laocoon strangled by serpents. Hector, the speared Trojan, a hero. The frightful feminist harpy Celaeno warns what the Diversity woke intend. Beware gifts that appear as horse heads. It’s a prophecy. Written in 100 BC ish.

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  27. Here’s snippet of snoop.
    Otago University’s Unusual ‘Global’ VC Job Search

    So here’s the puzzle. On 14 June 2023, Otago University announced that Professor David Murdoch had resigned as Vice-Chancellor (VC), after being on sick leave since March. The university said Helen Nicholson would continue as acting Vice-Chancellor until a permanent replacement was found following a “global search”.

    It appears, however, that the global search did not begin in haste. It wasn’t until September 21 that The Otago Daily Times reported, “Uni’s search for new vice-chancellor begins”. There’s a link to the job ad below. It says: Application Deadline: October 20, 2023, & states that an “inspirational servant leader of high intellectual standing, ideally obtained through experience in an academic environment” is sought. By the ads own wording, the “ideal” candidate was never to be found, former Finance Minister Grant Robertson, who got the job, having never worked in such an environment.

    You can make your own deductions – here are my queries: if the above evidence is correct, isn’t a global job search for such a huge position paying $629,000 per annum that begins & ends in little over 4 weeks short? Was it a coincidence that the closing date was fixed at six days after NZ’s 2023 General Election (on 14 October). Did Robertson put in his application between Election Day on 14 October & the closing date of 20 October when he knew he would not be returning as Finance Minister? Wouldn’t that make sense – since how could he have applied earlier? Doing so would have meant that a sitting Minister of Finance who was involved in funding the university was at the same time applying to run it. Did Otago time its VC application closing date to enable Robertson to apply after he knew the election result?

    Since Otago is a public university funded by us, shouldn’t we know what has gone on there? After all, the taxpayer is coughing up $3.1 million for this five year contract. Shouldn’t we know whether Otago had a preferred candidate even before their job search began, despite in their own words that candidate not being “ideally” suited?

    Sources:

    https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/campus/david-murdoch-quits-otago-university-boss

    https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/uni%E2%80%99s-searh-new-vice-chancellor-begins

    https://ucareers.com/jobdetail-195240-vice-chancellor

    https://www.downtoearth.kiwi/post/the-university-of-otago-s-mysteriously-timed-global-vc-job-search?fbclid=IwAR0pdHxTGVyUHDJMFw56OM7DTqPkV7CmOWmf_r2xKXw06_Qeq-xi0RVF7sQ

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  28. The woke problem was born with the English Reformation. The Whigs. Liberalism. Evolution. Science. Protestantism, Materialism. This is a theme we should understand if we are to winnow the field to prepare for the next season.

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