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    • Thanks for posting Chuck. I watched it earlier this morning. Patrick Moore talked sense and science and will not be popular with the rabid greenies who hijacked Greenpeace from the realistic and knowledgeable ecologists such as Dr Patrick Moore.

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    • Enjoyed that – have forwarded it to my greenie son to watch – somehow I expect the chances of him actually watching are limited, it is far easier to preach without any contrary facts getting in the way of a good story.

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    • Yes, that is the key, getting that sort of stuff out there.
      To the politicians, the greens and the general public (and the school children)
      I have downloaded and seen quite a few videos on the climate change hoax

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      • Time for cameras in every classroom – stamp out left wing brainwashing

        Disagree that rational, logical reasoning will help lunatic greenies see sense. As Mark Twain so sagely said “It’s easier to fool a man that it is to convince him he’s been fooled”.

        We are in a post-truth era and the only truth is the one that’s heard first for most of society’s drones. That is why education is so important to the left, that is why Charter Schools had to be extinguished on day 1 of the CoL’s reign. Millennial’s support the left because they’ve been brainwashed into it, they don’t need contrary evidence – their teachers told them that there were “deniers” who were evil and that “Deniers want to steal your future”. Facts are a merely a construct of the patriarchy.

        There is no way to help the brainwashed wake up, after all the surest proof of insanity is not knowing you are insane.

        So is time the answer? In 2030 when we are in the grip of a palpable mini-ice age, will the green loons look around them and start looking at the sane in society and will they start to apologise for being so cataclysmically gullible and stupid? Will they fuck!

        There is only one answer, take back control of education and make it non-political and agenda free. Charter schools are the only answer apparent at this stage. The monopoly of indoctrination of the young is the central plank of the lunatic left’s strategic plan. Take that away and the whole house of cards will collapse.

        It is patently obvious that having kids taught be an almost exclusively female and far left profession is unhealthy. Yet that’s what we have. We need cameras in every classroom so parents can monitor how their kids are educated – I know teachers will object to this, but if there is nothing to be ashamed of why would they object?

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  1. Her generation will participate in future decisions in the fullness of time when a degree of maturity of judgement and some wisdom has been obtained. Key point in decision making about the future is that complete generations are not involved; only those of the generation who bother to participate. From that point most are then ignored and the stuff that floated to the elected or listed layer then make the laws rather than decisions.

    It is a lot more complex than little Miss Greta and her minders would have us believe. I favour the hard earnt wisdom of the two old farts in uniform pictured in this example.

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  2. According to Wikipedia
    There are 200,000 more people on the planet each day
    That is 69 million extra people on earth in a year.
    So that is 14 times New Zealand’s population
    Every year!
    And they will all want a phone, water, petrol, a car, food, plastic, a house.

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  3. Now we have National MP ,Parmjeet Parmar coming out.
    She had an arranged marriage and now has a pot at Jones over his comments on our immigration policy .
    Goes on and on about arranged marriages and they are part of Indian culture.
    But to me , misses the point that it is NOT our culture and why should we make allowances .She either wants to be a kiwi or an Indian.
    Can’t have it both ways.
    The worst part is she finishes of dragging out the old line that what he said is ‘hate speech’
    No Parmjeet it is not hate speech and for a National MP to say that shows how out of touch some are.
    She don’t get it.

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    • Let us wait and see if it is another ‘cop killer’ like the Police Constable Ben McLean who shot and murdered his estranged wife and attempted to kill her new BF two years ago Anzac Day.
      Lest we forget.

      But hey
      when a foreign National, Tarrant, comes to NZ, has been travelling to North Korea and Pakistan (even the prof cricketers don’t go there any more ) , is kindly issued a firearms licence by the NZ police; then kills 50 people
      and
      Gangsters say they wont comply with new firearms legislation no matter how many Hui doies one has (that is why they are Gangsters, bro)
      and
      a South African born churnalist from a country known for mass gun violence illegally obtains a firearm and skites on national TV …the cops do nothing

      Q. who will they go after…
      A. the legitimate licenced gun owner.

      National supports this.
      Do you support National and Bridges for this?

      David Seymour stood up for gun owners’ rights.
      He stood alone.

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    • Just tested.
      Sun 10.46 am
      Chrome working.

      Brave looks pretty sick .
      Can appear to logon to YSB but it is unresponsive. Cant uptick or reply.
      Slow as hell. Basically unworkable in Win10.

      I think Brave has a long journey to be a contender. Its search results are woeful.
      Sure it may – or may not -track me but for the most part it is not that important.
      I am not ashamed of what I read.
      We don’t have the utter filth of British cops yet in NZ.
      As we recruit more of them to make up gross numbers this may well change.

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      • What do you use for your searches? Google? I have Brave setup to use DuckDuckGo; which I’m getting reasonable enough results with. The benefit to me is I know the search engine isn’t politically motivated to filter and tailor my search results – I get what I searched for, not what a Leftie business owner wants me to see.

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        • I set up Brave with Duck duck go as search engine.
          Chrome uses Chrome.

          Chrome auto completes which saves a lot of time.
          It handles splling eroors much bedda
          Brave is very literal

          Even If I set the search on Brave to NZ it brings in lots of overseas crap in the initial results
          This generally results in my going across to google eg looking for outdoor umbrella the other day because the existing one was broken when I got it out.
          It was looking at overseas sites even if I enter Briscoes or Bunnings in the search.

          I was planning a trip 3 weeks ago. When I want ‘distance from/to’ on NZ roads to work travel time Google brings up the tools immediately
          Brave was utterly useless sending me to unusable search results.

          My brother sent me some Jimmy Dore videos to watch during the week. These are on Youtube. To watch easily on the TV screen I project via Chromecast. It is the main thing I use a TV for now. I don’t have an aerial at present.
          Brave- cant use Chromecast. I am not going back to the HMDI cable I used 5 years ago.

          lots of other reason after 10 or so weeks (trying to ) use Brave the only advantage I find is that it uses less resources and allows me to read Daily Mail UK without making me disable ad blocker. This has only happened in chrome in the last 2 weeks and may go away.

          So, limited gains from Brave
          I have Firefox loaded but hardly ever use it. It was little gain that I can see over Chrome.
          repeating; I am not too excited about tracking my activity -I have no shame! Plus, with adblocker it becomes academic on Chrome.
          Fakebook, Amazon etc do at least as much tracking as do Microsoft.

          So, Pascal, where do you see material gains on using Brave/DDG over Chrome/Chrome?
          You say above ‘I get what I searched for; well as I explained here I was not.
          Last year I tied DDG on Chrome browser and quit in less than a week.

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          • Switched to Brave reasonable close to the Kiwiblog shutdown. I have no problems with Brave, except for YSB. (And that happens on all browsers for me, Chrome, Edge, IE and DuckDuckGo – I haven’t tried Firefox yet). I’ve browsed from:

            * Technology, looking for programming discussions, questions and answers. Participating in forums, etc.
            * Travel, looking for reasonable deals, booking flights, accomodation, etc.
            * General research, reading, etc.
            * School services (For kids, webforms, purchases, etc.)
            * Online services such as shopping, Netflix, Online Banking, Share Trading, etc. I tend to use main sites like PriceSpy, Amazon, etc. so search through them more than I do random searches to find things though.

            The major gains I get is DuckDuckGo gives me what I search for (I find the results more relevant than Google, actually), there is no filtering and Brave natively blocks adverts for me – so no more annoyances.

            I see very different results between Duck Duck Go and Google for example when searching for “Eric Ciaramella”. There is a definite bias from the Google (Chrome, etc.) results.

            Interesting that we have such different experiences.

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  4. Mongrel Mob break-off chapter meets with Māori leaders to discuss becoming ‘acceptable’
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/mongrel-mob-break-off-chapter-meets-m-ori-leaders-discuss-becoming-acceptable?auto=6102111114001

    “They are our people, and I don’t judge people, you know? I definitely don’t,” Māori Party founder Tariana Turia said. “Not only that, they’ve done some great work.

    “I get really concerned about the attitudes of the media, of other politicians, of other people when they judge people by what they’ve got on their back.”

    No thanks, not until you remove your patches and live within the law and respect those around you. I still wouldn’t want you as a neighbour because it’s all about trust and you have to earn that. So far you’re just expecting society to change it’s view of you without any effort on your part.

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    • Is the “mana” of a Mongrel Mob member dependent on having having done some crime for the purpose of the patched ones, served time, to also gain his “patch”.

      That may have changed, but have the “patched” ones repented, or just go on enjoying their “recognized” privilege.

      It only sounds they may have changed some criteria to become a “patched” member, like using some “silk” “topnotch QC barristers” like “not to get caught” and etc..

      Not to bash their own woman and children, so long as the are “mongrel” enough.

      While there was barking by gang members, the mood appeared to be nothing but peaceful. … “suckered” … yeah right ,,,, intimidation to ones that have had the bash.

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  5. I have just finished reading ’24 years,The Trials of Allan Titford.

    Had my head spinning at one point but I always wanted to know more about what went on.
    The Court case raises many questions and certainly appears to be a miscarriage of justice.
    It’s available at Tross Publishing.

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  6. Common link found in vaping death cases – vitamin E acetate
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2019/11/common-link-found-in-vaping-death-cases-vitamin-e-acetate.html

    “The substance was identified early in product testing done in the New York Health Department’s Wadsworth laboratory, but not every THC vaping pen the lab tested contained vitamin E, a lab official told Reuters.

    Schuchat said researchers must now establish a causal link between exposure and injury, adding that “many substances are still under investigation”.

    On Thursday, the CDC reported there have been 2051 confirmed and probable US lung injury cases and 39 deaths associated with use of e-cigarettes, or vaping products. Nearly 85 percent of lung injury patients in the nationwide outbreak have reported using products containing THC.”

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    • From WG’s link:

      …..”those who had a lung injury were significantly more likely to use THC-containing vaping products exclusively or frequently, and were nine times more likely to have purchased products from illicit sources, such as from online or off the street.”……

      So once again the heavy hand of government control freaks drives users to seek dangerous social drug substitutes from backstreet merchants.

      Then they tell us they’re protecting our vulnerable youth. Yeah Nah.

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      • It seems history is repeating itself with ‘Malboro Man’ type advertising to our young and impressionable. That is why I posted the link. It’s not a good idea to inhale or digest things that are not good for your system and the lungs are incredibly fragile. If you want to inhale go ahead but don’t complain when you can no longer breath properly.

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  7. Labour’s quid pro quo corruption in Wellington

    You saw it here first, now that the ultimate soy boy Justin Lester has been told to get fucked by a Judge as well as by the Wellington voters, I predict that Justin Lester’s betrayal of Wellington rates payers in bullying the council to accept JAG’s lunatic transport plan will be rewarded with a corrupt quid pro quo of their own.

    I reckon there’s a good chance that “tubs” Robertson won’t want to campaign anymore and he’ll do the fat cat thing and go onto a high list place so that Justin Lester can be the Wellington Central candidate.

    Remember that lying sack of shit thinks he’s future PM material (and looking at Cindy – you’d have to say the bar ain’t that high!)

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    • Not so sure.

      Ardern threw Lester to the wolves by saying he was not a Labour candidate
      and then
      sort of retracted but damage was done.

      …Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will apologise to Justin Lester after seeming to forget he was a mayoral candidate for Labour….

      …Justin ran as an independent,” she said, seemingly forgetting he ran on her party’s ticket.
      On Tuesday she clarified her comment, telling media she had wrongly assumed Lester ran as a Labour-endorsed candidate (as Phil Goff did in Auckland) and not on the party ticket…

      The tart has enough losers around her already without adding to the list.
      Doing a lot of lawnmowing does not help memory, either!!

      Lester is a loser in that he did not get much through in his one term and has even been written a about poorly by the friendly liars (aka. journalists, harrumph!)

      But this is a doozy:-
      https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/the-weekend-collective/audio/andy-asquith-recount-likely-to-see-justin-lester-as-mayor-again/
      ..Lester says they spent close to $1 million on the election, so it’s important to get it right.
      Massey University’s Dr Andy Asquith told The Weekend Collective that Lester should be confident if the recount goes ahead.
      “If there is a recount, I think Justin Lester would come out on top.”..

      Massey Ag College WRONG again. Jeez Wayne. And a million bucks.
      Lester was close so obviously Wellington local voters like waffly losers and car haters.

      But no, he is a poor candidate with bugger all kudos now and some people must be pissed off at blowing a million bucks.
      Oddly enough the winner, Foster, was backed by Peter Jackson who established his multi million dollar net worth on huge tax breaks over Lord of the Rings. Thanks NZ taxpayer.
      The money came back to oust Lester.

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      • “….who established his multi million dollar net worth on huge tax breaks over Lord of the Rings. Thanks NZ taxpayer.”

        I think that is going a bit far, howitis. Yes the tax break for the later films helped keep the production in NZ. But do not forget Jackson had the balls to front up to the Hollywood big money men at the start, as an unknown, and asked for about US$600 million to make the film. I do not know of any other NZ business person who has done that.
        Then he goes ahead and makes a “money machine” for ALL involved.

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      • I think you give waaaay too much credit to Cindy for this, I believe wherever there is a choice between:
        – intelligent and Machiavellian
        or
        – dumb as a bag of hammers
        where Cindy is concerned, it is much safer to presume she was just a bit thick and forgot that Lester was breaking ranks with all the other socialists (like Goof) and actually standing as a Labour pardee candidate for a change.

        Justin has gone all in on Rainbow, Mardee stuff and trains – he will get paid back with a plumb job in the Beehive for the next year, then he’ll be Grant’s replacement.

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  8. I recently discovered the South Auckland local publication eLocal – https://www.elocal.co.nz/ . I wouldn’t usually have come across it because I live further south, but I am finding that it carries some very intelligent, thought provoking articles – well beyond the usual dare for local papers. In the latest edition is this sound article by Don Brash on the teaching of New Zealand history. He makes some very good points and highlights the danger of down-playing pre 1840 events. Worth a read.
    https://www.elocal.co.nz/Articles/elocal-Digital-Edition/2426

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  9. For those who doubt my dire words about the rising anti farmer movement – read about this from a university lecturer.

    Kids are being taught this shit in NZ too: 🙁

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    UC Berkeley instructor calls rural Americans ‘bad people who have made bad life decisions’

    A UC Berkeley graduate student and instructor took to Twitter on Wednesday to vent about his repulsion for rural Americans and why they deserve to live “uncomfortable” lives.

    Jackson Kernion, a graduate student who has taught at least 11 philosophy courses at the university, posted that he “unironically embrace[s] the bashing of rural Americans.”

    “They, as a group, are bad people who have made bad life decisions,” he said in the since-deleted tweet. “Some, I assume, are good people. But this nostalgia for some imagined pastoral way of life is stupid and we should shame people who aren’t pro-city.”

    According to Campus Reform, the Twitter thread started with Kernion advocating against affordable health care solutions for rural Americans, saying that “Rural Healthcare Should be expensive! And that expense should be borne by those who choose rural America!”

    “Same goes for rural broadband. And gas taxes,” he argued. “It should be uncomfortable to live in rural America. It should be uncomfortable to not move.”

    Evidently Kernion believes that rural living Americans are purposely rejecting the more “efficient” city-dwelling life, and thus should bear the consequences of more expense.

    https://www.theblaze.com/news/uc-berkeley-instructor-calls-rural-americans-bad-people-who-have-made-bad-life-decisions

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  10. America’s Richest 1% Now Own As Much Wealth As The Middle And Lower Classes Combined

    At this point, wealth becomes a feedback loop: “The wealthier that the wealthy get, the more opportunity they have,” Colavito said.

    It’s also why angry populist movements have become an ever more powerful force on both the left and right, demanding either wealth redistribution, higher taxation of outright punishment of those billionaires who have benefited from the Fed’s artificial levitation of the stock market. In many countries around the globe, this anger has spilled over on the streets as millions protest for social change, on many occasions with violence.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/americas-richest-1-now-own-much-wealth-middle-and-lower-classes-combined

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    • I am not one who believes that making the rich poorer will make the poor richer.

      But there are limits and things have gone too far. Way too far in fact. It makes my blood boil when large companies pay workers so badly they need a top-up from tax payers, while useless jobs worths further up get paid millions. Even if they run the company into the ground.

      The problem is not too many rich – it is too many poor. That is a fundamentally different way of approaching the issue.

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      • The self appointed arbiters dictating who gets what, grinds my gears.

        The relentless collection of another country’s wealth by multi billionaire foreigners who hoard it just to satiate their greed is highlighted by them not doing anything to help the original resource owners.

        If a country’s resources are squandered and pillaged by huge soulless corporations people get antsy.

        Ardern and Co’s wretched policies have shut down our country’s potential.

        If they’re not ousted in the next election, their oppressive stranglehold on our country will tighten.
        I shudder to think what they have in store for us.

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        • Why would anything change if you are getting most of your needs met and there is no one asking you to even try and get a job now MSD have been told by the COL beneficiaries are free to do as they please.

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  11. Here is the quote of the year. Jimmy Shaw quoted in the Guardian

    “Part of what we’re doing is we’re role modelling for other countries. And actually, countries do look at each other and go, where are we relative to the pack?”

    On whether global heating can be curbed, he says: “I think the chances are slim.” But there’s no reason for not trying, he adds. “In fact, that’s all the more reason to try.”

    NOTE the last sentence !!! Spread this around as much as you can. He is prepared to stuff up the NZ economy for with something he thinks has a very slim chance of achieving anything.
    I hope this gets as much coverage around the world as Chloe’s comment from earlier in the week.

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  12. In ‘Red October’ last year, it was left to ACT to vote against the entire Parliament on three issues. Market studies legislation gives massive powers to bureaucrats at the Commerce Commission to demand sensitive commercial information from entire industries even if no allegation of uncompetitive behaviour has been made. The Prime Minister’s child poverty legislation focuses on inequality (and therefore ‘fixing’ it with income redistribution) rather than child poverty and neglect. ‘Equal pay’ legislation gives courts the power to decide how much workers in entire industries get paid.

    Aside from a few brave academics and activists, we’ve been the only voice against new restrictions on what New Zealanders are legally allowed to say. Freedom of expression is important because it respects the fact that every one of us has a unique view of the world and because it allows us to make progress on difficult social issues.

    https://www.magic.co.nz/home/news/2019/11/david-seymour–an-opposition-

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  13. Sound familiar Hobbits?

    Authoritarianism

    In an influential 1964 work,[4] the political scientist Juan Linz defined authoritarianism as possessing four qualities:

    ☭Limited political pluralism, realized with constraints on the legislature, political parties, and interest groups;

    ☭Political legitimacy based upon appeals to emotion, and identification of the regime as a necessary evil to combat “easily recognizable societal problems, such as underdevelopment, and insurgency”;

    ☭Minimal political mobilization and suppression of anti-regime activities;

    ☭Ill-defined executive powers, often vague and shifting, which extends the power of the executive.[5][6]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Authoritarianism

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  14. I sometimes get an email invitation to Simon Bridges get together at Lonestar here in Tauranga
    Last time I went I wore my Maga hat neither he or his secrertary knew about them
    I am tempted buy an Act t shirt (are they pink or yellow) and wear that next time I am invited.
    Or should I just not go at all.
    Or should I go and tell what we al think?

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    • The grim reality Diggy is, what we we think/speak is being suppressed.
      We can hope like hell we can get through to 1 in 100, but the way things look politically at present may mean gag orders are on the horizon.

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  15. A quote from my favourite poster on JoNova’s site. ( Tony really knows his stuff on electricity generation and use). Take note of the last paragraph in particular.

    “So, part of the water deal done with the consumers along the Murray Darling was that the Taxpayers Federal Government would stump up $100 Million so Adelaide could fire up the desalination plant to maximum.

    Hmm! $100 Million. How come so much?

    These things are ‘liquid’ electricity. It is a reverse osmosis plant, so, at maximum operation will draw 3.7KWH for every Kilolitre of fresh water produced.

    So, at 100 Gigalitres capacity (40 this year and 60 next year) there’s 370GWH of power to run the plant. That’s the same power used by 57,000 homes. As South Australia is the second smallest power consumer in Australia, (around 6.25% of all Australia’s power) that power consumption for this plant now adds an extra 2.8% to this State’s total power generation.

    As this plant is under continuous operation, that means it will be needing reliable, full time, round the clock power, so while renewables will be delivering some of that, I might suggest it was indeed fortunate that the new gas fired plant opened up in that State recently, so that will help out considerably, and hey, wasn’t it lucky that new plant opened, and hey, wasn’t it fortunate how a ready made consumer was found in the nick of time, and hey wasn’t it nice of the Feds to come to the party to help foot the bill, and hey, there’s where a big chunk of that $100 Million will be going, and hey, who would have thought it would be owned by AGL, you know, that mob who are getting out of fossil fuel”

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          • But back to Maggy’s revelation:

            Our beloved Tangata Whenua may be on to something here. They’ve proved themselves to be able to sling a good line of shit from way back. eg Maui fishing up NZ. Mt Egmont getting upset & striding off to the Taranaki after a run in with Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe & Tongariro.

            But nothing could have prepared them for the industrial grade crap from the RC church. Their missionaries, talents keenly honed from 1800years of experience, would have hit the ball out of the park with tales of eternal life, sea parting & resurrections. The poor old Hori would have been like a fish in a barrel. They would have had him brainwashed, baptised & his kids fucked before Sunday mass!

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            • Very true. While European settlement did bring more opportunity for Maori, they could have done without the religion. Missionaries often take credit for the benefits provided by ordinary decent folk and the common working bloke.

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            • It’s not a revelation… it’s a perplexity.

              Last month I was reliably informed that Captain Cook was to blame for NZ’s Colonization woes and the introduction of syphilis and Gonorrhoea.

              Now I learn that it’s all the fault of Mickey Doos.

              Of course for a simple soul like me that only took Social Studies to Form 4 and was never exposed to RCs, I’m left wondering who gives a toss.

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          • In a different life we arrested a catholic priest from a small rural town for indecencies with alter boys from his Church.

            A slam dunk case as the complainants were traumatised and eager to press charges.

            The Church stepped in and in spite that he had active charges the priest was allowed to leave NZ and was sent off to Ireland. I heard he continued his filthy activities there.

            Since then I have held the kiddy fiddler Catholic Church in contempt.

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  16. Тrump Removеѕ Мuslim Fеderal Јudge Fоr Тrying Тo Implеment Ѕharia Lаw In Аmeriсa

    At the point when inquired as to why the feds reserve the privilege to enable a man to brutalize his better half to talk with another man and to pound the life out of her about if she somehow managed to follow up on her driving forces, the judge referenced the methodical imbuement proviso and said the Sharia Law ought to be permitted in light of the fact that the fourteenth Amendment promises them the rights ensured by different states. Those laws might be worthy to savages, however here in America, we have higher norms.

    https://conservativeflash.com/2019/06/23/%D0%B2r%D0%B5aking-news-%D1%82rump-remov%D0%B5%D1%95-%D0%BCuslim-f%D0%B5deral-%D1%98udge-f%D0%BEr-%D1%82rying-%D1%82o-impl%D0%B5ment-%D1%95haria-l%D0%B0w-in-%D0%B0meri%D1%81a/

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  17. In ordinary life I am very tolerant of the religious. More so than I am lefties. I have worked with them, been in romantic relationships with them, friends and all that stuff. And yes dear reader – even the Jooooos – who I tend to get on with especially well.

    The big problem I have is not their delusional beliefs. It is the bad things they do. Religion leads people to suspend their normal decency and treat people like shit. It amplifies the human tendency towards in group preference and mistreatment of those outside of their social group.

    As a species we seem to be getting worse with new religions sprouting up all the time: Trump Hating Cult, Climate Cult, White Guilt Cult etc.

    I wonder – Is the problem simply that people kinda suck?

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  18. She also paid her former boss a big compliment.

    “Having worked for Simon Bridges, I’ve seen up close his intellect and understanding of what truly matters to Kiwis.

    “He and his team around him know to run the economy to make sure it’s thriving and able to meet the needs of all New Zealanders.”
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    Another troughing ex journo who really doesn’t have a clue, along with her boss.
    About to be elected.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12283963

    Where do they find these blondes? Oh around rugby players by the look of it.

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  19. Gay man slammed for ‘ruining’ high school bully’s coming out announcement
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/lifestyle/2019/11/gay-man-slammed-for-ruining-high-school-bully-s-coming-out-announcement.html

    “I was pissed off when I read that. Not saying people can’t change, but since B explicitly said in his post that he knew he was into boys since kindergarten… that makes the fact that he tormented me in high school just for appearing gay even worse,” he continued.

    “I wrote something along the lines of, ‘that’s such a cute and manipulative post B, shame you didn’t consider any of this stuff when you bullied me in high school for the exact same things you’re now embracing’.”

    “I’m so tired of everyone defending a bad person just because they come out as part of the LGBTQ+ community… he was projecting his own insecurities into bullying you,” one person answered.”

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  20. At the launch in Wellington day, Tava said his party would put the environment
    first.

    “A true sustainability-based party can work with either of the major parties to get the best deal for the environment. We are that party.”

    He said the party would work with rather than against farmers and industry.
    The party was pro-progress, pro-technology and pro-science.
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    With any sort of luck he will gut the Greens vote leaving the undesirables like Davidson, Genter, Shaw so on without a job.
    Look out for Sage to jump ship next year.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12283909

    Can only help the Nats. if the Nats. give him an electorate and they are so untrustworthy these days they just might. They don’t like Act as they have shown in the past when they hooked up with the Maori lot.

    Like a lot of their policies.

    Makes it all the more important to Party Vote ACT.
    Like a lot of their policies.

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  21. Motorsport: Huge crash abandons Toyota 86 race at Sandown
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/sport/2019/11/motorsport-huge-crash-abandons-toyota-86-race-at-sandown.html

    “John Lafolla’s vehicle went airborne after he shot off track, causing his car to plough through a barrier before rolling several times.

    The car landed hard on the back of a safety ute, shocking the officials inside, before eventually coming to rest upside-down and smoking heavily.

    After a few minutes, Lafolla was able to get out of the car and walk to a nearby ambulance as he was helped by medical staff.”

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