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    • “The rapper was met by police at Sydney Airport on Saturday after he clashed with the flight attendant, who he claims was “overly aggressive” to him because he couldn’t hear her through his noise-cancelling headphones.”

      He was wearing “noise-cancelling headphones” and it was the flight attendants fault? No Will, not racism, sounds more likely Will.I.am is a self-entitled dick.

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    • “Maori culture is very spiritual, the revere the rivers, mountains and lakes”
      Translation
      “Maori culture is a primitive tribal culture still living in the past”
      Opinion
      “Many Europeans feel threatened by violent maori behavior in their shouting and swearing in our local streets that shows no respect for their own families and the wider neighborhood”
      Conclusion
      I always try to pronounce maori people names as best I cam, they need to accept that some words are just very hard for Europeans to pronounce due to our throat configuration etc
      But I refuse to say towns names such as Taupo as Toepoe with a huge emphasis on the word which is not really valid.
      Many Maori pronounce their own race and towns with different accents, as do most races around the world,
      Comment
      Sickly white liberals like the author of that piece should just shut up and stop bringing up old topics.

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    • How long since they left!
      Oh, it was 2013. I believe!
      A lot will have happened since.
      Time for an IED or two to have been set, or such!
      New book out by Hagar, I bet!

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    • Time to put on the scarf and wear ‘sad face’ for a day or two.
      Perhaps paint a water tower in Kabul as partial reparations.

      2013
      it was that John Keys pulling ponytails and leaving bo mbs lying around

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  1. A sad but informative documentary on modern Sweden after the 30 years of multiculturalism forced upon them and the lengths their government is going to shut down dissension of any kind. It’s dire for the Swedes.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LxdXnc83Ww0

    This should be recommended viewing to anyone who cares about their country.

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  2. I heard that a one hour interview with Prince Andrew was meant to be broadcast. Does anyone know how one can see it?

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    • It will be like an interview will Cindy..
      …full of lies

      The cunning idea of the interview is that by publishing and reporting widely on it will make any court case more difficult to prosecute.
      Forming a jury : have you seen or heard about this interview ?
      The Germanic Windsors sure know how to protect their poorly baked lot.

      I guess Randy Andy should have been allowed to stick with Koo Stark.
      Surely any products of such a union could not possibly be as hideously fugly as the ones with the Ging.
      If there was an ugly tax those toothy critters would be skint.

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  3. The lunatic left’s war on landlord’s continues

    Funny how all the legislation waging war on capital goes so lightly reported through the House until the grand announcement – I kind of expect one day I’m going to wake up and find out that Labour have passed a law allowing them to round up and execute anyone who pays tax and has savings.

    Anyway, latest from the people trying to prove that “capitalism has failed” (by passing laws that make it impossible for capitalism to work) more assaults on the rights of productive members of society who provide rental homes to Labour voters.

    So this year:
    – landlording is no longer treated like a business with the ability to expense losses (unless in a meaningless ring-fenced way)
    – landlords got whacked with massive overhead increases (insulation, heating, ventilation etc)
    – landlords get additional massive legislative compliance costs/risks with punitive burdens governing access, notice etc
    – landlords get penalised when tenants move out by carrying the cost of a rental agency finding a new tenant
    and now
    – landlords can only increase rents once a year (when government can keep on piling on costs whenever they like – certainly not once a year)
    – if you as the landlord, or someone in your family, get in trouble and have to move into your own rental property – you have to give 90 days notice instead of the previous 42 days
    – and if you as landlord are selling your property, you now have to give 9 weeks notice up from 6 weeks.

    But it’s OK, Kris Faafoi was concerned about getting the fucking balance right, he didn’t want to be seen to be “unduly” punishing landlords. (So he is happy to be seen to duly punishing landlords though)

    Fuck me sideways with a Thanksgiving turkey! If this is what those cunts think “balanced” looks like, I’m petrified how bad it’s going to be next year when they go hard out to punish productive members of society!

    Across the board, it’s pretty terrifying to see how quickly and how bad things have got under these arseholes. With Soimon doing his best to give the fascist left every chance to get re-elected – I wonder will there be a NZ left if they get a second term

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      • No, the people that voted for NZF are to blame, if they had voted for National, then National would have been able to form a government easily.

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        • That’s a fairly short term view of the situation.

          And who’s to say the increasingly progressive Catholic party would’ve not continued their strategy of appeasement of the lunatics of the left (after all they’re the only part in the past 11 years to raise benefits).

          National are the problem, you can’t continue to vote for a party that is lying about who they are. National are not centre right, they are the very essence of the Swamp in NZ. When you have two left wing parties to choose between – at some point you have to protest and the only protest we have is our vote.

          I for one refuse to choose between two parties when one of them seeks to be elected because they’re not quite as bad as Labour.

          Fucking shit is not good enough and I will vote not for National while they are for:
          – disarming legal gun owners
          – unfettered migration
          – Climate Chicken Little Alarmism
          – Diversity
          – Faux Gender pay (which is actually just misandry)
          – appeasing China
          – MMP

          I will continue to seek any option other than the two main parties, it’s the only thing that’s going to save us from the ever increasing Swamp problem we have.

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          • Well said DP.

            Get it correct however
            https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/274262/budget-latest-prime-minister-john-key-says-his-is-the-first-government-to-raise-benefits-in-43-years
            In the 2015 budget Notional raised the bene in real terms for the first time in 43 years
            …and were out at the next election.
            Dickheads.
            the benes would NEVER vote for them.

            Let us not forget that while saying Notional is not as bad as Liebour their failures have been massive.
            Esp under Bolger.
            People criticise Muldoon but Bolgers time was worse.

            -They picked up and championed the RMA (Simon Upton, now a true Wet) then whinged about it ever since

            -Gave us the leaky homes by saying you could build with untreated timber -at a cost greater than the Christchurch earthquakes with as much stress – simply spread over many years and fragmented enough to not be front page for 3 years.

            -stripped the Auckland Regional Council of its powers in 1992 (but not GWRC, Canterbury etc) making central planning non existent then foisting the super shitty replacement on us in 2010

            -keeping National out of regional Govt ensuring councils get more bolshy, left wing and wingnut year by year

            -did some truly hideous deals with State owned assets in the early 1990s . Well not hideous for Fay Richwhite but the taxpayer.
            many more examples

            With Notional headed by an insipid former Govt provincial lawyer and the alternative of Luxon in the wings there seems little hope.

            I suggest you invest in Soybeans
            https://www.dummies.com/personal-finance/investing/investing-strategies/investing-in-soybeans-and-soybean-products-through-future-markets/

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        • Stop picking on Chuck.

          He knows he got it wrong and is now the Remit King of the Nats.
          It’s just that most of the Notional decision makers are 30 years younger and will never own a V8, nor contemplate it.
          🙂

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    • yes just imagine what other things they would do if they get in next election
      Lower jails sentences.
      More prisoners released.
      More benefits
      Schools turned into communist breeding grounds.
      They will go hard out left!

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    • In all honesty I do not share your pessimism . If national could manage to get 47% support at the last election, after 9 years, I think they will loose votes to ACT but still have enough votes between them to beat Liarbour.

      Cindy was selected by the drunken dwarf to be his puppet. That will not happen again next year. Winstonfirst will not be over the 5%. Neither will the greens as their green votes will be siphoned of by the other nutter green pardy.
      This leaves us with only 3 pardys in Parliament next year.

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      • I hope you’re on the money & the socialists of the left crash. I also hope that ACT win at least six seats otherwise we’ll wake up some fine sunny morning & find that the socialist right has moved thePope into Government House!

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      • Yes ED, as you say we only need to get NZF and the Greens both under 5% and then National will win.
        But it depends on if the New Greens can take a few percent off the Greens.
        And it depends if NZF can come up with a vote winner like they do most elections

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          • The problem I have is what’s the difference between the red teams socialism and the blue teams socialism? It’s still socialism.

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      • National got 44.4% in 2017 – 47%. In the lates Colmar Bruton poll National got 47% under Bridges and NZF were under 5%, People need to join National to keep them honest. National can win.

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        • I haven’t given you an up or a downtick Chuck. But I don’t want National to win.

          I realise they are the only party who can currently displace Labour. But I don’t believe the alternative that they pose is better than Labour. Not enough so that it justifies a vote for them. I just cannot vote for them. Three elections ago, maybe. But now that I’ve seen what they really believe and how they treat New Zealanders?

          Never.

          I cannot support a party that is opposed to my personal liberty and who will enthusiastically support the removal of my rights as a free man in the name of politics. If they opposed what Labour was doing, sure. But they don’t. They simply rebrand Labour policy with a business focus, but they are as statist, big government and control oriented as Labour. They’ll tax and spend with the worst of them.

          I will continue to vote ACT because they stand for what I believe in. And whether they win, whether they get a seat or not – I’ll be true to my ideals.

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      • I hope you’re right Ed. But we’ve seen NZF and the Greens teetering on the edge of 5% too many times and come away with enough votes time and time again. I don’t think this time will be different – the tribalism, particularly in that space is simply too strong.

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      • As for Shane Jones bullying outbursts over the past few weeks over immigration, posting video of firing guns on holiday and his arrogant display last week at the farmers’ protest, I’m guessing it has dawned on Shane that time in the cushy office of a parliamentary minister is fast running out without any chance of re-election in 2020. On top of that his messiah and meal ticket has made a chump of himself suing the National party over his privacy. Not a lot to encourage votes for NZ First. Shane’s desperation is showing!

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      • Based on all the feedback on here and other places ACT should get 5 or 10% at the next poll.
        But I don’t think they will.

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        • I agree – my observations are that in the main blogs reflect a bit of an echo chamber promoting who is the current outside favourite. Judith Collins and New Conservatives at w/o but I understand NZF are getting the big push again (have to pay legal fees somehow?.
          Somehow each poll that comes out does not reflect the fervent bellowing of the few 100’s that frequent blogosphere.

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          • “..the fervent bellowing of the few 100’s that frequent blogosphere.”

            I think you are right Phil and all of us who participate on blogs need to remind ourselves of that every now again.
            Having said that it would interesting to know from the editor, if he is able to track it , how many people come to this blog regularly but do not post.

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            • Stats for the past 7 days
              3907 visits , 13834 page views
              Each visit spends average 7 mins 40s here
              New visitors 15% ( none of them signed up) Up 7% on previous week
              Kiwiblog is still the biggest referral site visitors come from. This means there are a lot of visitors from kiwiblog keeping an eye on what we are doing but haven’t got the guts to say anything of interest here.

              Thats 586 new visitors in the last week and not one of them has bothered to join us

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                • Yes I am but why don’t they join us and make a comment? What do I have to do to get them to comment?
                  I cannot remove the requirement that to comment they must first register as a member. It would open the blog up to all the nutters with no recourse.

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                  • Perhaps you could employ some of DPF’s/Kiwiblog’s tricks techniques.

                    Put up a couple of anti-Trump posts

                    Put up a couple of posts praising the CoL

                    Put up a post in favour of dangerous climate change

                    Run some nonsense about your favourite (boring) science friction movie/TV drama

                    Stagger a few political posts through the day.

                    Invite an ex-politician to put up a column (Patsy Wong, Sue Bradford, Rodney Hide, Stephen Joyce, etc)

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                    • Thanks for the suggestions, but my conscience won’t allow me to be so dishonest. There is nothing to stop you doing a guest post on whatever you want to say. In fact I would invite you and anyone else to please do so. This is your blog as well. I only provide the forum.

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                  • Perhaps you should state you personally have no advertisers influencing your posts, that YSB is purely a voice for those without any organised political connection. A safe place to have a yack with fellow kiwis or anyone else who fancies having their say.

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              • It is very disappointing that not one of 586 new visitors have joined. I am at a loss to understand why this should be, are people so scared of being tarred as politically incorrect right wing extremist white supremacists that they are simply scared off by our sometimes forthright views?

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                • There is no requirement to join with your real name. But given how aggressively the left have attacked anyone who disagrees with their viewpoints and how they’ve tried to destroy people who oppose them; I would not be surprised if a lot of people are simple being cautious and protecting themselves.

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                  • Yesterday I watched the latest Dr Jordan Peterson interview. Later I went back to read the comments. Over an hour later I was still reading and hadn’t got to the bottom of the comments section. There is a lot of quiet right wing support out there in the world. Socialists might think they have us in the bag but hopefully the pendulum is swinging back and will clout them in the nose as we take back control of our own lives.

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                    • As Steve Turley often points out there is a nationalist populist revolution sweeping the globe. I just hope it will sweep the CoL into the dustbin of history next year.

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                • I would love some of them to email me offline admin@ysb.co.nz and tell me why they would visit, spend on average 7 minutes reading our comments and then say nothing. I cannot change anything if I do not know what their problem is

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                  • Ed.
                    You could try a weekly meme competition. You can tell a persons preferences/leaning by their responses.

                    As an incentive they could pick from one of three prizes.

                    1/ A MAGA cap
                    2/ A marijuana seedling, or
                    3/ A bubble blowing kit.

                    Whoever picks a bubble blowing kit is probably likely to be a close relative of Neve.
                    I am prepared to chuck some coin your way.

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    • You say
      …With Soimon doing his best…

      Jeepers that is all we need.
      Soimon’s best will never be good enough.
      He is of the new ‘soft male’ mob like Gareth Hughes.

      Aunty Hulun and her tribe never touched this as they were(are) boomers with property holdings.
      The 1980s born cohort sure spend a lot of time on hating.
      At that rate they wont need to worry about old age.

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    • Going to be a lot less rentals around. Selling mine to owner occupiers. Renters can get stuffed and the govt. can house them instead of me.

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    • You say
      …We were lucky with only 2 days of light rain…

      So, you went during global warming.
      It is paused right now until statistics can be adjusted to show ‘proper results’

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    • I was interested to note a day or so ago that someone observed many of the flooded communities have been built on flood plains. If that is to, and I suspect it is from observation of some of the recent photos in the UK media, there is something very wrong with UK planning laws.

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      • There is something very wrong with the sheer number of people who need housing in the UK, that is why so many houses are built on flood plains. Can you imagine where we would be having to build houses in this country if New Zealand’s population was pushing eighty million? It is bad enough with just five million and I for one certainly don’t want any more.

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  4. Anyone who woke up this morning wondering whether it’s worth carrying on with life will find this news will do the trick.

    Prince Charles, plant-botherer, & hag-shagger extraordinaire, is visiting us for a week starting today!

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      • In her defence she had a beautiful figure & batted a mean eyelid.

        It was just that she had a bad habit of spoiling things by opening her trap. 🙂

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        • She enjoyed the best of everything and was literally treated like royalty. Spoilt beyond belief.

          In return she simply had to do a few photo shoots and smile for the camera.

          Yet she convinced millions of dimwits she lived a life of selfless sacrifice and suffering.

          She was a disgusting fake and the world is a better place without her. She is in hell now
          surrounded by her fans, feeling the suffering she did not have in this life.

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          • The Pakistani heart surgeon seemed like a decent sort of chap but her dalliance with the disreputable Dodi was the straw that broke the camels back, it simply could not be allowed to go on.

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      • Dunno about that.
        Jug Ears spent the time he was hitched to Diana getting grass stains on the knees of his silk pjs while shagging horse-face during secret meetings in the palace gardens. Not much sympathy for the suffering.

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      • He has retired at 38.
        Guys like this would have been better getting a real job and some life experience before seeking office.
        Couldn’t stand the guy.
        He will be like Norman and pop up telling us the sky is falling and the end of the world is nigh.
        Tosser.

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        • Gareth, hasn’t he been referred to as “mollymawks” a bird that squawks, said on the Magic news he intends to continue protesting. Guess he has no other skills than being an annoying environmental activist.

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    • Note the disturbing details warning?

      You understand the disturbing details are the mention of hunting and not the threats to murder the woman?

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    • Set the comments of the few dingbats aside and ignore them.

      Good on her getting out there with her husband and children. Well done in giving the children a good understanding of what life is about, away from the latte sipping, city based, oxygen thieves slaving away commenting on social media while someone else is making brunch for them.

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    • There are some real sick commentators out there. Just read through some of it on her Instagram; the amount of hatred and bile they throw her way. The lefties of the world are mental. They’re just totally insane.

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  5. One Year On, Majority of French Still Support Yellow Vests

    The poll, released by Elabe, noted that just 29 per cent of French were against the movement, with another 15 per cent who said they had no opinion either way. The highest support comes from supporters of populist leader Marine Le Pen and far-left politician Jean-Luc Melenchon, Le Figaro reports.

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/11/16/one-year-on-majority-of-french-still-support-yellow-vests/

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  6. I see newshub reports some Afghan kids were killed “near” a firing range.

    They were of course gathering explosives to make IED’s.

    Newshub forgot to mention that.

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  7. You’d almost think this was stated in 2019, Nope read on:

    “In any age, the so-called progressives treat politics as their religion. Their holy mission is to use the coercive power of the State to remake man and society in their own image, according to an abstract ideal of perfection. Whatever means they use are therefore justified because, by definition, they are a virtuous people pursuing a deific(resembling a god in qualities such as power or beauty; divine.) end. They are willing to use any means necessary to gain momentary advantage in achieving their end, regardless of collateral consequences and the systemic implications. They never ask whether the actions they take could be justified as a general rule of conduct, equally applicable to all sides.“

    Fisher Ames, in his an essay of the early years if the Republic Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from MA. In office 1788

    Quoted by Bill Barr speech at Federalist Society

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  8. I nearly had a cardiac arrest this morning.
    I went to my local bookshop to buy as et of cards and the shelves were full of a book on Ardern for $39.95.
    The front cover was enough to make even the strongest guy puke.

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    • I’ve been saying this for years.
      There are far too many useless mouths on the earth, especially in basket case countries like India, Pakistan, Uganda,
      And in fact the climate Change Frenzy may just bring it on.
      Their Paris accord targets are a joke, most countries just said things like “we will try to keep our emission down to a lower level than what they would have been by 2050.”
      If there is only 12 years to save the world, then adding 200,000 people a day or 69 million a year is not going to help!
      As any small gain is out weighed by 69 million more people A YEAR.

      there is no need for eugenics or any other Nazi style plan.
      Just limit every woman to one child for say 50 years and then look at things.
      Limiting it to two children would still result in huge increase.
      One child per woman would start a small but steady decrease in populations

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      • You are right Diggy.

        Trouble is people agree right up to the point they are told its they who can not spawn another planet maggot.

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    • Civilized white countries and Japan were self regulating their population and were on course to slowly reduce their populations back to sustainable levels. The along came the globalists who started flooding the civilized western countries with high fertility low, IQ savages especially those who follow an ugly, violent totalitarian ideology. It will not end well and our children and grandchildren will curse us for having let things go so wrong.

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    • We need a good world war to bring the population back down. There’s a few wars we started back in the middle ages that haven’t been finished yet, have they?

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  9. From the ACT Party latest news letter .

    “ACT Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke addressed 400 people in Dargaville on Thursday. Think about that for one moment. An ACT politician, who is not David Seymour, addressing a large crowd (no other politicians were invited), in a region that is not Auckland, Wellington, or Christchurch. Events such as this make us think reports of UMR having ACT at 2.8 per cent (and four MPs) are real.”

    Shane Jones’ bribes may not be working up north.

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    • ACT is the one party that wants to see us free from government control. They want us to be able to live our lives as we choose, happily or unhappily and to be responsible for our own choices.

      What’s not to love?

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    • It’s all part of Labour’s plan to drive prices down. It’s not going to work though; every time they meddle in the market they have the opposite impact.

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  10. Its amazing how many countries now have people protesting in the streets against their governments
    France – yellow shirts
    Bolivia – get rid of Morales – he wants to come back
    Chile – the elite have all the money
    Lebanon – corruption and the elite
    Iraq – corruption and no jobs
    Hongkong – want more democracy
    And there are one or two in Africa
    And now Iran – petrol has gone up and no jobs

    Have I missed any?
    Venezuela seems to have gone quite

    I cannot recall a similar phenomena in my lifetime

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      • For any uprising to occur in NZ it would take a serious threat to our pie supplies and for fast food outlets like KFC to go under.
        Most NZers are soft.
        That’s why they predominantly drink soft drinks, eat soft food and lounge around on soft settees complaining about soft porn and their impotency,(soft cox).

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  11. Went to our local community dog-show today. Entered on a whim and my and my min Schnauzer won the “Dog and owner who most look alike” prize.

    Uhm.

    Happiness?

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    • Went to Countdown Hastings today.
      A arab looking guy came up to me as soon as Istopped and had his hands prayer like.
      “Please sir my partner and I need to go to Napier and we don’t have any money for petrol.Can you give us some change?”
      I said No.
      Watched him approach three other people then he went back to his ‘partner’.
      She was sucking on a fag.
      Shook my head.

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      • They are in a perpetual state of usury.
        Begging works in their country.
        They definitely have the means to get to their destination.
        It is a well known fact that New Zealanders are one of, if not, the most charitable countries in the world.
        They know this, and they milk it.
        You, Wise Owl, did the right thing.

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      • Was in Napier yesterday for a catch-up with an old mate from Wellington when we decided we’d better visit a dunny before we departed …
        As we were heading off to a likely-looking facility in Clive Square a begging chap plonked on the footpath looked at us with our backpacks and informed us very nicely that there were clean toilets in the opposite direction behind the buses….
        so we thanked him, went across the road to make some purchases and returned with a handfiul of change for him.

        Seemed a nicer class of beggar than the usual.

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      • Hillary is currently having tea with Harry and Meaghan.
        Looks like the royals have been let out to play.
        Not Andy though. He’s doing time out for doing drugs and philandering.

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        • Good grief! How can it be that that unfortunate couple are receiving such devastatingly bad advice at the moment? A meeting with Clinton is the very last thing they should be doing their reputation is already absolute shit and meeting Clinton can only make it worse.

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    • Ardern the liar has her hands full with the West Coast of the South Island that are up in arms. Big protest in Greymouth today and she was too gutless to front. No sign of her Useless MP O’Connor as well.

      She would been seeking refuge in a Muslim child care centre rather than the coasters screwed by her Govt.

      She is so bloody useless…

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      • Yes, let them feel the sphincter contractions. Scrub rolling is carnage, guaranteed. Pucker, pucker.

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            • It’s all down to supply & demand Rachael.. We’re going back over thirty years to when I last rolled scrub. Then I was in a forestry partnership & the goal was pines. Bee-keeping came well after when the chattering classes discovered that manuka honey cured coughs, colds, sores, moles & pimples on the dicky. It’s their demand that put bees on overtime during the flowering season.

              It was the saviour of some though. Many steep coastal Wairarapa blocks became uneconomic because of scrub regeneration & the nit-pickers enabled by the RMA. They now make more money from royalties paid by beekeepers than they do from stock.

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  12. Might not be his intention but now could be a time to become a tranny? 🙂

    There are 136 detainees who have entered Australia from Nauru and Papua New Guinea since medevac laws passed in February, with less than one in ten requiring medical treatment on arrival.

    Legislation states that asylum seekers are not returned to detention centres after their treatment, meaning the man could remain in Australia indefinitely.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7692611/Why-pay-Iranian-mans-genital-reconstructive-surgery-DIY-penis-enlargement.html

    Will he stay? or will he be deported again.
    Just hack it all off and he might be safer to the rest of the public, if the judiciary allow him to stay. 🙂

    A comment:- the traditional way of treatment, would be with “fire ants” 🙂

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  13. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Why can’t we have serious presenters on TV/radio/MSM who are prepared to call out the climate nonsense the way Chris Kenny, Andrew Bolt and Peta Credlin do. Watch Kenny slam the Greens and their claim that the bush fires in Australia are a direct result of climate change. Listen to the Greens spokesman claiming that the fires are due to a 1 degree rise in global temperature and asking views to imagine what it will be like if the rise gets to 2 degrees.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFQHMsamAYQ

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The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
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