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  1. Morning one and all,
    Oh I certainly hope that is the case that Bill Clinton can be indicted for paying off women, Jenifer Flowers etc, and I think there were a lot of them. Personally I would rather sleep in a ditch than sleep with a democrat but there is no accounting for taste. Just imagine being with someone that had already slept with Hillary???????Democrats are just another word for liarbor through and through
    Have a beautiful day people and be safe.

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    • Lizzie that raises the question,
      Who has Killary slept with?
      Any word on that?

      Male, female lbtq and 22 other letters let alone numbers.
      Her face always looks fully pumped.
      Perhaps she sucks a lot! urrgh what a thought.

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    • …..”Democrats are just another word for liarbor”……

      There is a difference. Democrats, although disgusting degenerates, tend to perform indiscriminate, perverted, heterosexual acts with ADULTS!

      Glad I could help.

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      • You need to go back to catlick skool and redefine you understanding of the word adult. Dems are as bad if not worse than Liarbour when it comes to protecting pedoes, weirdos and all other doe’s

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        • You’re a bit off the money there Ed. I attended a protestant boarding school. The conditions were poor, the food bad & the discipline was harsh.

          The Catholics at their facility a few clicks up the road had the same problems but they had sex education as well. 🙂

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            • It’s definitely confined to the Catholics Ed. As the great oculist & scholar, Aleister Crowley once wrote probably in reference to their plight:

              “Some men are born sodomites, some achieve sodomy, and some have sodomy thrust upon them”.

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              • I think the documentary on Dilworth the other night would prove you wrong, sorry about that nasska. Scouts, and any other organisation formed for kids, especially churches have their pedoes ready and willing to grab a kid. Gloriavale for example. There are so many out there it’s a wonder any kid remains safe.

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              • Sadly it isn’t confined to the Catholic schools. I attended an Anglican school in the second half of the 70s. In my time there 2 teachers ‘resigned’ suddenly mid-year and the chaplain unexpectedly failed to return to school after the Christmas break. There were rumours about several other teachers but nothing was ever proven.
                One of the two who resigned is now before the courts and the other is the subject of a Police investigation.

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  2. She’s dark out there Jim, with the MetService claiming there is rain on the way.

    Morning to all you fellow Heathens who infest this site, it is good to be upright and on the right side of the grass.

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  3. And a very good morning to you all my fellow YSB-ers.

    I hope that you all have a great day, can dodge the raindrops (They’ve been having a large ‘Convocation’ in Dubai) and that wherever you are and whatever you are doing or intend to do, you

    DLTBGYD

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  4. Delegate James Moylan (R-Guam) is raising the alarm about the number of Chinese nationals illegally entering the U.S. island territory of Guam, warning that these crossings could undermine a key component of U.S. security in the Indo-Pacific region.

    Speaking with NTD’s “Capitol Report” on April 16, Guam’s nonvoting congressional delegate said he’s doubtful that these Chinese nationals are arriving on the island territory in a simple search for better economic opportunities. He said that instead, he believes that these migrants are another manifestation of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) strategic maneuvering in the western Pacific.
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/us/guam-delegate-raises-alarm-over-chinese-nationals-illegally-landing-on-key-us-strategic-island-5631586?

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    • V2, this is not only a problem in Guam but also in the Solomon Islands and with their Election results due 2 days ago, but still not available, one wonders what influence the Chinese have in this to get the result they want andto ensure their continued and expanded influence in the South Pacific is unimpeded.

      I know this is old news but the Chinese influence in the Solomon Islands News Media will have a great effect and it seems the Chinese Government have bought the Solomon Islands Media, the same way Cindy bought the NZ Media and the influence they then had over this country.

      https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/494895/solomon-islands-newspaper-promised-to-promote-china-in-return-for-funding

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      • Was in the Solomans way back in late 70’s AH.
        The Japs and the Chinese were there then. The Japs cleaned out all the tuna and everything else. Had miles and miles of longlines in even shallow water. Ttook everything. Had a fish canning plant in Tulagi.

        Went to Munda on a plane . That was where the yanks had an airforce base during the war. Huge site but even then was being over frown. Used to park the planes under the forest canopy so they couldn’t’t be seen.
        Travelled all the way up to Giza on the overnight boat. some experience them days but great memories.

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        • Been up there a few times myself, sailing. Absolutely a magic place to cruise around with great diving. Definitely have to keep your machete holstered at all times though.

          My father was in Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella and Green Islands (Nissan Island) during WW2. He reckoned it was far worse than anything he was involved in when he was in Crete or North Africa but did speak highly of the Natives. He never wanted to return however.

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  5. Senate Dismisses Mayorkas Impeachment Articles
    Senate Democrats voted to quash a Mayorkas impeachment trial over Republican objections that such a move violates the Constitution.

    Senate Democrats on April 17 voted to dismiss two impeachment articles against Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, less than three hours after his impeachment trial began.

    The dismissals, made in party-line votes, came after vocal objections by Senate Republicans who said not allowing the impeachment to go to a full trial flouted the Constitution and long-held precedent. It is the first time in history the upper chamber has moved to dispose of a trial before allowing the impeachment articles to be heard and votes on whether to convict or acquit.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/us/senators-to-be-sworn-in-for-mayorkas-impeachment-trial-but-it-could-be-quickly-dismissed-5630763?ea_src=ai_recommender&ea_med=desktop_news

    The Dems are just plain evil.

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  6. of course they do…
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350249629/unelected-commissioners-recommend-they-stay-power-tauranga

    give them a new contract, 10yrs this time but instead of thousands of dollars per day the rate shall be minimum wage with penalties deducted for rate increases or budget blowouts.
    im sure theyll still sign up to it because of their love for the place and it never was about the enourmous sums of money they raked in///

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      • Of course they want to stay in power.
        They are lefties, they know no different.
        Sucking the tit for as long as they can!
        No reason that they can’t be replaced, after all it happens every 3yrs with elections.
        Come on national replace them!
        Wonder if they are tilthing the labour party?

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  7. Here is the new Mayor that we need.
    Said there would be more news coming for you.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/tauranga-election-olympian-rower-mahe-drysdale-considers-running-for-council/

    Two-time Olympic gold medallist and five-time world rowing champion Mahé Drysdale is considering joining the race for Tauranga City Council.

    The legendary sportsman told the Bay of Plenty Times he was weighing up standing in Tauranga’s council election in July, as the term of Government-installed commissioners ends.

    Yesterday he attended an event celebrating the 10th birthday of the Sir Bob Owens Retirement Village in Bethlehem.

    The village is named after Drysdale’s grandfather, a former city mayor and business magnate credited with helping develop the Port of Tauranga.

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  8. Possibly this has been posted before, apologies if it has;
    Getting ready for her wedding anniversary dinner, Hillary drops her earring. Bending down to pick it up, she notices a suitcase under Bill’s side of the bed. Intrigued, she opens it to find 3 empty beer cans and $50,000.00 cash. Puzzled, she puts the suitcase back. At dinner that night, she asks Bill about the contents of the case. Embarrassed, Bill says, “Well, every time I cheated on you, I would sit on my side of the bed, drink a beer, think about where I went wrong, and I would put the can in the case to remind me never to do it again”. Hillary thought to herself, Jennifer Flowers, Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky…. well, three times isn’t so bad for 50 years of marriage. She forgives him and they dance after dinner. As they dance, Hillary says, “….so what about the $50,000.00 cash?”. Bill says, ” Well, when the case got full, I took the cans to recycling……..”.
    (I’ll see myself out).

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  9. The Waitangi Tribunal have bought into a fight they are not guaranteed to win with their summons issued to Minister for Children Karen Chhour over the repeal of Section 7AA of the Oranga Tamariki Act. From https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/514638/crown-lawyers-attempt-to-block-waitangi-tribunal-summons-to-minister-for-children:

    ……”ACT leader David Seymour has hit back at the Tribunal, suggesting they may be “wound up for their own good”.”…….

    ……” “I’m worried they haven’t thought about who they’re dealing with. Karen is a Māori woman who survived the state care system. By their own standards, they are buying a fight with someone of much greater mana.”……..

    Ouch. The arrogant arseholes, unused to any challenge to their doubtful wisdom, may have bought into a scrap they could lose.

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    • Yep Nasska, at this time it is great to be a White Man sitting on the sidelines in the deckchair with a can of beer in one hand a a bag of popcorn in the other, watching these arrogant Arseholes at the Waitangi Tribunal about to become even more irrelevant.

      I think D. Seymour and W. R. Peters will have a few words to say on these entitled pricks over the next few weeks.

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    • end the gravy train tribunal, would be hilarious watching the meltdown by radicals, wokesters and bro elites, will be even more hilarious watching them realise 98% of kiwis dont give a fucking shit.

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  10. I was reading the list of finalists in the ” Aotearoa music awards ” this morning. Had to give up after 5 minutes, most of it is in Maori and the finalists look like homeless trash who have been attacked by a tattoo machine.

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  11. Just received a reminder notice from the National Bowel screening programme to send them a poo sample.
    Here is how it is addressed.
    Curious
    Address

    Kia Ora, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Kia orana, Malo ni, Mauri, Ni sa bula vinaka, Noa’ia, Talofa lava

    Dear Curious
    What the fuck is that all about?

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  12. So what did the labor pary achieve with the working parties that cost the taxpayer a fortune?
    There was no great gotcha moment in the election. No wondrous policy plank to win the election.
    It seems to me all it achieved was the enlargement of the labor party funds with tilthing!

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  13. Migrants who break the law face deportation from New Zealand, officials warn amid rise in alcohol-related charges

    Migrants convicted of charges as minor as alcohol-related offences in New Zealand face deportation, officials are warning amid a rise in such misdemeanours.

    “If you commit an offence, it may affect your ability to remain in the country,” said Steve Watson, the general manager of immigration compliance and investigations at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

    “Deportation may affect their ability to return to New Zealand and potentially their ability to visit other countries as well.”

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2024/04/migrants-who-break-the-law-face-deportation-from-new-zealand-officials-warn-amid-rise-in-alcohol-related-charges.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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  14. This scam needs to be looked into.

    Sande Chin The Underinfluencer
    @SandeChin
    Greenpeace rung me and I said I was not interested. They now text me. If I try to opt out of the texts it will cost me $4.00
    Not the right way to win friends and influence people.

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  15. William McGimpsey
    @TheZeitgeistNZ
    Cam Slater – Why? Because They Don’t Add Any Value

    “Most of the productive sector believes Wellington sucks the life out of anything, but especially business. Anything coming out of Wellington is generally an impost on business…

    Almost universally the rest of the country is pleased to see the bureaucrats get their beans, especially after the awfulness of lockdowns we endured while these cosseted bureaucrats sat at home on full pay and entitlements…

    Most of us are hoping the cuts are deeper and broader than what has been signaled so far, and if an earthquake were to destroy the city we’d probably cheer that too.”

    https://twitter.com/TheZeitgeistNZ/status/1781110204224184751

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    • If 16,000 extra public dongos were installed by the Ardern crime cabal than removing all would be the starting point after which real cuts should start – my suggestions is 25% unless staff can demonsatret the positive effect of their job and their delivering benefits of value to NZ.

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      • Mr Thinker, what amazes me is the Upper Hutt Whinger, Hipkins, grizzling about a very few useless Public Servants being given the Arse Card when he as a good Labour Lackey, he has a very short memory, as it was his beloved Labour Party under Lange, Douglas and Prebble who gave this countrys’ Workers the biggest Arse Card in the late 1980’s with huge redundancies, into the tens of thousands, in the Railways, Post Office and many other Government Departments.

        How very fucking convenient of him not to bring this up.

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  16. Hmmm, Interesting if true, no matter which side, if any, you support in the Gaza Israel spat.

    “BREAKING: TIES BETWEEN WHATSAPP AND LAVENDER – META ASSISTING ISRAEL BY LEAKING DATA?

    Accusations suggest Meta, via WhatsApp, may share user group metadata, potentially aiding Israeli military targeting in Gaza.”

    https://meaninginhistory.substack.com/p/more-complicit?utm_source=post-email-title&publication_id=473679&post_id=143709102&utm_campaign=email-post-title&isFreemail=true&r=127oyu&triedRedirect=true&utm_medium=email

    The problem is who else are they leaking data to? I use whatsapp as its a free way to phone friends overseas. And I have groups that I post a lot of anti covid vaccin, and climate change stuff on. Not happy.

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  17. Luxon needs to grow a pair or he may find he’s he deputy PM next time around.

    “Luxon calls Shane Jones Waitangi Tribunal comments ‘ill-considered’
    Christopher Luxon has called Shane Jones and David Seymour’s comments on the Waitangi tribunal as “ill-considered”.
    Luxon said all ministers need to exercise good judgement on matters like this.
    He added, however, that they will be looking at the future role of the Waitangi Tribunal going forward, including its future role and scope.
    Earlier this week, Jones called out the tribunal for overstepping its brief in asking Children’s Minister Karen Chhour to be summonsed to appear before them.”

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  18. What was behind Helen Clark’s push to give the “power of general competence” to small town mental defectives who stand for local councils? From today’s https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/proposal-for-55-million-hotel-and-carpark-in-whanganui-district-council-long-term-plan/5HWRCLYZ2JEXVOQCC2OPTJQBCE/

    # “Whanganui District Council’s plan to build a hotel and multi-storey carpark has a hefty price tag but it could keep future rates requirements down by $4 million a year.”

    Nothing keeps rates down when those who set them are spendthrifts with delusions of sanity.

    # The Mayor, one Andrew Tripe dribbled: ““[A lack of accommodation] is limiting us as a district to realise our economic and commercial opportunities, for our ratepayers but also our community.

    Reopening Lake Alice would generate more foot traffic.

    # “With the Sarjeant Gallery, Te Awa Tupua, our heritage buildings and being a Unesco City of Design, Whanganui is going to be an increasingly popular visitor attraction, both regionally and internationally.”

    Words fail me!

    # More crap this time on tourists. ““On their second trip here they’ll be looking at other options – to see the real New Zealand. Whanganui has proven itself to be a really popular place to come.””

    The only visitors to Wanganui are likely to be holiday makers from Invercargill who can’t stand sunlight or traffic. Alternatively if nuclear warheads take out SH1 & SH2 some brave souls may grab a feed at the local McDonalds beside the coffee coloured river before negotiating the 10,000 road cones between it & Raetihi.

    The mayor & his councillors should seek psychiatric help.

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  19. Be still my beating heart. From https://www.drivencarguide.co.nz/news/new-zealands-ev-trade-in-values-how-low-would-you-go/

    ……”It’s the best time to by an EV right now – but the worst time to sell one.

    After 12 months, the trade-in value is just $40,000 – almost 50 per cent depreciation, and a massive $35,000 loss.”…….

    The gutters of the nation will overflow with the tears of virtue signalling Green wankstains! 🙂

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  20. Following on from earlier comment re Luxon and his lack of nads, Seymour schools him:

    “Seymour hits back after Luxon rebukes him over Waitangi Tribunal comments
    ACT leader and senior minister David Seymour has hit back after Prime Minister Christopher Luxon called his criticism of the Waitangi Tribunal “ill considered”.

    Luxon said he would ensure both Seymour, and NZ First MP and minister Shane Jones, clearly received his message of concern about their critiques.

    Speaking to reporters in Manila, Luxon said he hadn’t had the chance to speak to either minister. But he said he wasn’t happy with their critiques of the Tribunal when asked if he thought they could breach the Cabinet Manual.

    “I haven’t had a chance to talk to them, but that message will be underscored to them,” he said.

    “Those remarks, I think are ill-considered. I think ministers need to exercise good judgement.”

    Stuff asked Seymour if he accepted the prime minister’s message, and if he agreed his comments had been “ill-considered”.

    But Seymour isn’t backing down.

    “I’m surprised to hear this, if you have a concern about another leader’s comments you should raise them directly rather than through media, which is what I now intend to do,” Seymour said.

    Jones was also approached for comment.”

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        • Ross12:— Getting back to the original source of that info;.
          .
          https://twitter.com/robinmonotti/status/1706582044245905450
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          The article referred to in the “Spectator Australia” but here deemed important enough to be reproduced :–
          .
          25 September 2023 … the articles cited seem to be in pay-to-publish journals. …
          …. reposting it regardless because it seems reputable and, if so, extremely serious. ….
          https://list.uvm.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=SCIENCE-FOR-THE-PEOPLE;7f14c427.2310

          …. a sequence that is, ‘…used to drive DNA into the nucleus, especially in gene therapies,’ McKernan explains.
          This is something that regulatory agencies around the world have specifically said is not possible with the mRNA vaccines. …
          .
          …. Other scientists soon confirmed McKernan’s findings, though the amount of DNA contamination was variable, suggesting inconsistency of vial contents depending on batch lots.
          One of these scientists was cancer genomics expert Dr Phillip Buckhaults, who is a proponent of the mRNA platform and has received the Pfizer Covid vaccine himself. ….
          .
          ….. Dr Buckhaults alleges that the presence of high levels of contaminant DNA in the mRNA vaccines ‘may be causing some of the rare but serious side effects, like death from cardiac arrest’.
          He added, ‘I think this is a real serious regulatory oversight that happened at the federal level.’ ….

          .
          This article raises major concerns in a number of ways.

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  21. SUMMARY:
    • Iran says its nuclear facilities remain unharmed: Reuters
    • Situation in Iran’s Isfahan is normal, no explosion taken place on ground: PressTV
    • CNN: Two US oficials say Israel indicated they would not attack nuclear targets. US didn’t “green light” this attack.
    • Unconfirmed: IRGC states that Iran will target Israeli nuclear sites with counterattack.
    • Iran Space Agency: “all that happened is a failed and humiliating attempt by Israel aviation” – via Sky News
    • Iranian officials and outlets are claiming that all explosions heard tonight are due to interceptions and that no explosions have occurred “on the ground”
    • Bloomberg: Israeli officials notified the US earlier today they planned to retaliate in the next 24-48 hours.
    • Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) tells passengers that all flights have been canceled and they should exit the airport.
    • Fox News: Israeli strikes in Iran came from unmanned aircraft
    • US claims IDF attacks in Iran were limited.
    • Three large explosions heard in Isfahan south of Tehran, US officials confirm.
    • The Natanz nuclear facility is located in Isfahan.
    • Unconfirmed simultaneous explosions have also been reported in Syria and Iraq (Baghdad and Babil/Babylon province).
    • Iran has established a no-fly-zone over its western region.
    • Market reaction: initial panic selling, but gradually as it becomes clear that this is just a token “scripted” response to the token “scripted” initial attack by Iran – which achieved absolutely nothing – markets are rebounding.

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  22. • Three large explosions heard in Isfahan south of Tehran, US officials confirm.

    So this would seem to be one of the most likely targets, and earlier I heard that it was making drones.

    A military factory belonging to the Iranian army in Isfahan was attacked by multiple quadcopters in January 2023, failing to damage the facility that was protected by air defence batteries and mesh wiring on its roof to counter small unmanned aerial vehicles. …..

    …. Isfahan is considered a strategically important city and one that is host to several important sites, including military research and development facilities, as well as bases. …..
    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2024/4/19/israeli-missiles-hit-site-in-iran-explosions-heard-in-isfahan-report

    I would think that this would be it more “state of the art” drones, that probably have in earlier times gone to Russia.

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