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  1. And a very good morning to you all my fellow ‘stirrers’ ; I trust that even at 05.12 on a dark New Zealand morning you are all well?

    DESPITE luxflakes, (and wherever you are and whatever you are doing) have a great day, , and, as always DLTBGYD

    PS; As I type this, there’s been NO rain for about 30 minutes, so NIWA will no doubt pronounce that a ‘Drought’ is occurring, Be warned and prepare accordingly

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  2. A young lady came home from a date rather sad.

    She told her mother, “Jeff proposed to me an hour ago.”

    “Then why are you so sad?” asked her mother.

    “Because he told me he’s an atheist.

    Mum he doesn’t believe there’s a hell,” she replied.

    “Marry him anyway. Between the two of us, we’ll show him how wrong he is!” said the mother.

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  3. why would the cops hush this up???
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350240705/baby-accidentally-fatally-injured-during-argument-mum-claims

    hid it from media, why? a baby had severe head injuries and died, did the cops honestly believe the bullshit excuse and even if so then its still at minimum manslughter and no accident.

    then we have the words and actions of a totally innocent brown baby killer…
    In a Facebook post in February, Bell-Toetoe wrote: “I ain’t no murderer. I’ll show you, hahahahaha. Full stop, come at me. Yous wait, I don’t need nothing.”

    yup everyone innococent of murder proves their innocence by writing stuff like that on facebook, bet hes one of those disgusting and violent cis white males/////

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    • Of course SB there is another angle or way to look at this from what I have read. That is the Burger Flipper, Creedences’ Mother, Melanie Tapara and her lover, Taco Bell- Toetoe are trying to deflect their actions to their claimed rough treatment by Plod, who have been most nasty by questioning them and by getting to the bottom of who killed baby Creedence. The fact that Plod has been questioning these two is a travesty, or so M/s Tapara and Mr Bell-Toetoe imply and would have you believe.

      There were only two people present when Creedence was murdered, were the Burger Flipper and Taco Bell-Toetoe.

      Plod should have already charged them with an array of offences, from obstructing justice to not providing the necessities of life. Even if the charges are dismissed, Plod needs to do everything to bring pressure on the two who were in charge of this child’s life at the point when he was murdered.

      The same goes for Baby Ru, silence from Plod, silence from the murderers. These are innocent children and it seems to me not enough pressure is bought to bear on those in charge of these children’s well being at the time these children were beaten to death and murdered.

      But you are correct, why has Plod not made this murder public in over a year? Does the ethnicity of the culprits have something to do with their silence?

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      • Want a reason. Its not what you think.
        Plods have so many cases the too hard are just not being dealt with.

        Look at their days. Running around chasing gang members. spending their days and nights at domestic violence in the houses.
        Trying to stop P and other even worse drugs (which is where a lot that unreal, behaviour starts.)
        Atternding to the ever increasing car accidents as cars that are unfit for our roads but are deemed 5 star, fall to bits.

        Murders like those are just not worth the time involved. The shit will eat themselves out from the inside.
        They can never ever run away from it intheir heads.

        Then ofcourse their DEI allows them to watch public bashing as happened at Posie Parkers meet. They are busy bodying every bloody meeting someone doesn’t;t like.
        and when they do get someone to court the courts are handing out wet bus tickets at the behest of the Govt.

        Why would you be a cop.
        Must be one of the least satisfying jobs around when it shouldn’t be.
        There are plenty of good ones. Many driven out over jabs.

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        • It seem the only cases the cops are capable of closing are the over painting of pedestrian crossings , and I would suggest that those arrested incriminated themselves( ie did the cops work for them) because the day in court is going to be more important than than the crime.

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        • vikey, true that on plod being too busy and shelving the “too hard” ones but anyones especially a childs manslaughter/murder deserves to be fully resourced and thoroughly investigated.
          there were only 2ppl suspects in the house at the time, its not like its an unknown serial killer, 1 or both adults are responsible for that babies death, same with ruthless empire.

          why the hell an mp hasnt put a bill in the ballot to severely punish these types of ppl is beyond me, imo the covering up is just as bad as the killing, it indicates theyre ok with it and value the life of a mongrel killer over an innocent defenceless dead child.

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    • Goes looking for photo of cis white father in article, sees autogenerated ad with a gigantic gorilla. That’s pretty racist AI there Google.

      Brian Tamaki should send round his bro’s and bash the dad on the Q.T. That how family used to deal with violence against women and kids, bash the offender to a pulp. Not sure atheism is gunna fix this problem.

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    • “In a Facebook post in February, Bell-Toetoe wrote: “I ain’t no murderer. I’ll show you, hahahahaha. Full stop, come at me. Yous wait, I don’t need nothing.”

      I’m guessing “Toe-Toe” is the native word for “End”.

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  4. Good morning everyone, lots up and at it this early in the morning and on a Saturday as well. I wonder how many babies are lost to their families by violence? I am sure it is a huge number, it’s all very well to cry and carry on after the event Mum, but where was your protection of the said baby before the event happened??????????? Life has been terribly unkind to these children already and they were looking forward to a life of violence probably directed at them for the rest of their days. Personally I think they may have had a lucky escape.
    Have a great day you all, and be careful out there.

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    • Some one needs Vaseline….

      I hope his legal team make a the defense look like the morons they are. Anyone with any vague idea of stats can see there is a problem. If they are so sure there is no causal effect between vaccines and deaths then why don’t they submit the proof of this.

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      • his legal team would be complete morons to go down the vax nutter path, dosent matter if its true or not his charges have nothing to do with vax or side effects, hes charged with theft of personal medical records and unlawfully accessing a computer, the latter charge could be debated as he had access through his job.

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  5. Nice day in the bay. Had a wee lie in. Bloody tired fromworking to much.
    Stuff to get done.

    My lord has the economy slowed up this way.
    Builders, sparkies, and plumbers all looking for work.
    3 or 4 months ago it was we will get there as soon as we can.
    Some might have to pick Liwifruit.

    I have noticed however with our great building boom the thework fo goundsmaen and gardeners and building washers etc has bommed. Houses everywhere needing these people now.
    Unless you have plenty of dosh don’t build a big house, especially by the beach.

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  6. Two of the five rubbish bins in the park where I walk the dogs have been removed by Akld Council. Was talking to a guy this morning who lives near the Domain. Apparently now the bins have been removed there, people are just leaving shit everywhere. He reckons even before the bins were removed in the Domain they used to be overflowing before being emptied. And then they give us these bloody useless plastic bins to put our banana skins in which they potentially have to empty from every house.
    Who’s brain fart was this?

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      • It’s hard to find bins nowadays. Especially near commericial properties. I can’t find a bin on the lease of Temuka New World. Saves staff having to do bin duties. I suspect it’s just a cheapskate motive. Push the cost onto the public. In the case of councils getting rid of bins, they too are being tightwads, and have never seen an Asian river full of plastic bottles. Manila was bad. But India too. Won’t happen in NZ because we have diversity to save us.

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    • SA:— as always these councils follow those climate change experts down many devious expensive rabbit holes.
      .
      Maggie Braun and John Dunn, April 8, 2024 delegation opposed to UN net zero by 2050
      https://youtu.be/UCxsoKyMxpI
      15 mins : 11 Apr., 2024 :
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      At a Canadian small town Council meeting.
      The solution to globalism is localism! ….. & our action, to bring awareness & more.
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      Some snippets, a composite from some comments that brings out the real value in that clip.
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      ….. The fact that this Councillor asks what background John has in science explains the crux of the whole problem with municipal government today.
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      They defer all of their decision making abilities to an “expert” and feel no personal responsibility because they actively don’t make a decision but give the power to an “expert”.
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      Everyone in these governments doesn’t feel qualified to think and shape their own town and Country because they don’t have a particular paper to wave that makes them an expert or you an expert in their eyes.
      It looks like it’s going to be a long process to debunk the UN from the ‘expert’ position in these people’s minds. ….
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      …. in many areas is that too often, we are quick to cede common sense solutions in deference to the authority of “credentialed experts” who seem to have little real world experience, and can provide no objective proof that their solutions are superior.
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      “Trust us, we are the experts” should never be taken for granted, especially with an all-encompassing topic like “climate science” that has many drivers beside the number of carbon dioxide molecules. …

      The demanded trust & respect from authorities is dead on its feet ! ! !
      It needs to be knocked off its perch of supposed power & control.

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    • cheers curious, ill have a read after work.
      gold n silver have been the most manipulated market for decades, second only to diamonds but thats not sharemarket traded so bit different.

      jp morgan chase has artificially fucked with the silver market for the last 15 odd years, massive physical holdings so much so they could easily manipulate the futures market. guess theyre just waiting for an opportune moment to let it rip and go to the moon??? silver/gold ratio is way outve whack because of it.

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  7. In its weekly email ACT report on Children’s Minister Karen Chhour’s attendance at the launch of the book ‘The Wolf and the Hocus Pocus’, written by Avril McDonald.

    “This book tells children a very important message…to seek out a trusted adult until they find one who believes them and will act on their behalf to help keep them safe and secure. ”

    Its release is timely. Parents may want to invest in a copy & read it to their children rather than expose them to cross dressing paedophiles softening up their prey at their local woke library.

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    • So Argentina with a population of about 46 million has sacked 70,000 parasites. To match them on a population basis NZ needs to detach 7,000 from the public tit yet we are told that to date only 1959 have been culled.

      Public Service bosses need to up their game if we are to reach David Seymour’s goal of 7500. They need to seek out the bludgers everywhere. Leave no desk unturned lest it harbour vermin who attach themselves to the payroll & only come out at night to feast on uneaten caviare & pate foie gras left over from departmental soirées.

      Sack a public servant ! MNZGA !

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    • The whole concept of ‘carbon emissions’ is insane, so to argue about what ‘produces more emissions’ is a total fallacy anyway. But good on whoever wrote this for using the ecofucks’ own faulty logic against them.

      Of more concern, though, is the fact that paper bags (and wooden disposable spoons etc) harbour bacteria in massive amounts compared with plastic. I think the public health consequences of this alone represent a huge threat and I’m amazed that people haven’t woken up to this yet.

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  8. Charge should be attempted murder.

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/04/13/man-arrested-after-waikato-teen-run-over-by-car-multiple-times/
    A 28-year-old man has been arrested after a “serious incident” where a 15-year-old boy was “purposely” run over by a car multiple times in Ngāruawāhia earlier this week.

    The boy suffered multiple serious injuries and was taken to Waikato Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

    “Police believe this was a targeted attack, and the driver of the car purposely struck the victim before then driving the car over him more than once,” Harpur said yesterday.

    The 28-year-old man has been charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and is due to appear in Hamilton District Court today.

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  9. The latest Tax Payer Union email is about rumours the Government might fold and give Newshub some form of bailout and also continued funding for media. Curia have done a poll showing the majority oppose this and they have a link to enable you to send a prewritten letter to Minister Melissa Lee saying not to fold.

    Sorry I do not know how to link the email without a long cut and paste but here is a link to their site giving the poll results (2nd news item on this page)

    https://www.taxpayers.org.nz/poll_media_bailouts

    If they do this then they deserve to be a one term Government. They need to be reminded that Steven Joyce gave them a bailout once before –an interest free lone, I think it was.

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    • dosent matter if you hate them or not fact is its a money pit and not commercially viable, if a multi billion dollar enterprised dosent see it worthy of throwing millions more at then its certainly a stupid as fuck idea for the govt to do it too.

      theres nothing the radio news cant deliver that newshub couldnt, they make it out like losing a tv news channel is end of democracy etc cuz only 1 channel remains… theres still zb, rnz, bro tv, stuffed, nzme and numerous other smaller players distributing news.

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  10. The comments of a Judge who as a Lawyer would have had this scum as their valued client.

    “Well, it’s pretty hard [to impose anything considered crushing] in the New Zealand sentencing regime,” the judge retorted.

    I’d crush the scribbled faced Prick, preferably with a Steam Roller, slow moving of course.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/killer-beez-member-involved-in-auckland-motorway-prison-van-escape-jailed-again/JSFVVWPCTBBCJDU5U7Q7SKI22M/

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  11. I haven’t looked at Breitbart for a long time, but raining like crazy today, so boredom had me looking at the site. Luxon and his mates should look at what’s happening to Sunak in the UK. Immigration is their big issue but in NZ Luxon has similarly large issues he needs to develop a backbone for, if he wants avoid Sunak’s problems.

    “A survey conducted by Redfield and Wilton Strategies found that the insurgent Reform party has support from 15 per cent of the British public, representing an increase of one point over the previous week and marking its highest-ever polling result from the firm.

    Meanwhile, the supposed ‘Conservative’ Party of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak slipped to its lowest level recorded by Redfield and Wilton, sliding to 21 percentage points in the polls, meaning that Reform is now just six points behind Tories, The Telegraph reported.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2024/04/10/farage-founded-reform-uk-surges-to-record-level-of-support/

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  12. Labour really are scum.

    12:45pm
    Hipkins fires shots at National’s financial nous
    Labour leader Chris Hipkins fires shots at National’s financial nous, on caucus run on 19 March, 2024.
    Labour leader Chris Hipkins fires shots at National’s financial nous, on caucus run on 19 March, 2024. VIDEO CREDIT: Robert Kitchin

    Labour Leader orders Senior MP to take down “inappropriate” social media posts ridiculing government ministers
    Peeni Henare has deleted the posts ridiculing David Seymour and Simeon Brown
    The artist of the original posts defends his work and asks what’s the harm in sharing his posts, says politics can be “so stuck up”

    Labour leader Chris Hipkins has ordered his senior MP Peeni Henare to remove posts on social media ridiculing government ministers including a cartoon image of ACT Leader David Seymour with faeces coming out of his eyes and an anus for a mouth.

    Henare reposted images on Instagram which were a take on the 1980s classic collectable sticker trading cards ‘The Garbage Pail Kids’, which parodied Cabbage Patch Kid dolls as gruesome alter egos with humorous names using.

    The two images Henare posted from an artist called Michel Mulipola, known on Instagram as ‘Bloody Samoan’, were of Seymour, with the name “Seymour Shit”, and another of Transport Minister Simeon Brown, with the name “Simian Brown” and a cartoon of a baboon with Brown’s face on its rear.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/politics/350244539/senior-labour-mp-ordered-take-down-gross-social-media-posts

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    • and yet if any of the current govt hadve posted similar about ardern or her crew you lot would be saying its not that bad, snowflakes blah blah blah.

      its just a meme ffs, are people actually gunna pretend to be offended and outraged by it?
      tbh it represents most if not all politicians.

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  13. Whilst he avoided suggesting that he wanted nuclear power plants in South Australia, he articulated a clear condition that he would support energy proposals that delivered low cost power, something that nuclear power has demonstrated to provide around the world.

    For instance, in Finland power prices dropped by 75% after powering up a new nuclear power plant

    https://www.thenationalnews.com/business/energy/2023/05/14/nuclear-power-helps-bring-down-electricity-prices-by-75-in-finland/#:~:text=Nuclear%20made%20up%20a%20third,Pool%2C%20a%20physical%20electricity%20exchange.

    France has historically invested massively in nuclear power programmes. More than 70 per cent of its electricity is derived from nuclear energy.

    The Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland are among EU countries that are pushing for nuclear power to be incorporated in the bloc’s renewable goals.

    Last year, the European Parliament supported regulations of the EU that classify investments in gas and nuclear power plants as environmentally sustainable.

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  14. “An unlicensed driver “panicked” and fled after she fatally struck and ran over a motorcyclist. Fatima Mohammed, 48, driving a Honda CR-V, did not stop after running over Ian Charles Johnson with both the front and rear sets of her car’s wheels at a Hastings roundabout last June.”

    Can this woman be repatriated?

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  15. Currently, numerous law enforcement agencies, along with other authorities, are on high alert as approximately twenty-six barges have broken loose and are headed down the Ohio River. Out of an abundance of caution, law enforcement has shut down multiple bridges, including the McKees Rocks Bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and halted all traffic due to this incident. So far, twenty-three barges were loaded and three were empty, with six barges having jammed up against the Emsworth Dam Reports of Extensive Damage has been reported at Peggys Marina.

    https://twitter.com/rawsalerts/status/1779030306961371572

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  16. Fonterra closing plants at two Waikato sites

    April 12, 2024
    Ageing assets are no longer efficient to operate, manufacturing director says.
    Fonterra has announced it will close some of its plants at its Te Rapa and Waitoa sites in Waikato.

    Its Waitoa PDC (specialty powders) and the site’s coal centre, along with Dryer 1 and 2 at Te Rapa, will close as the co-operative looks to optimise its operations, Fonterra director NZ manufacturing Alan van der Nagel said.

    He said that while these plants have served Fonterra well, they are ageing assets and are no longer efficient to operate.

    https://www.farmersweekly.co.nz/news/fonterra-closing-plants-at-two-waikato-sites/?fbclid=IwAR2OHFS8u3rkm6hsr8eOyCYve7wKnDpAGxfP2NZDaqgNTpVOHrwjbx_QvO8

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