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  1. Writer and broadcaster Clive James dies
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2019/11/writer-and-broadcaster-clive-james-dies.html

    “Clive James, the acclaimed Australian writer and broadcaster, has died. He was 80 years old.

    James passed away on November 24 at his home in Cambridge, his family said.

    A private funeral attended by close friends and family was held on Wednesday. He had been sick with leukaemia for some time.

    “Clive died almost 10 years after his first terminal diagnosis, and one month after he laid down his pen for the last time,” the family said.”

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        • waikatogirl, my fave James quote came after he was asked, on a visit to Sydney in 1974, to enthuse over Sydney’s brand-spanking-new Opera House:

          ‘It looks like a portable typewriter full of oyster shells, and to the contention that it echoes the sails of yachts on the harbour I can only point out that the yachts on the harbour don’t waste any time echoing opera houses.

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    • I *loved* his self-deprecating sense of humour.

      I remember the part in “Postcard from L.A.” when he goes to visit a “fitness guide for the rich and famous”. The guy says that it’s time to “do his abba-dabba-do’s” (abs exercises) and poor Clive struggles through a few sit-ups!
      In the same program, he gets fitted with what they called a “hair unit” (toupee) – that too was funny……

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  2. 50 NZ Bus drivers in Auckland will walk off the job at 8.15am this morning until 2.45 this afternoon.
    Oh, and Tip Top bakery workers are on strike so there is a shortage of bread on the supermarket shelves.

    Remember Cindy stating “No strikes under my watch” 🤥

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  3. I am off to Auckland for the Flether Building AGM. I will be asking that the company does what ever it can to get the maximum price for the illegally occupied land. Any bloggers here have shares in Flethcher Building?

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    • No but while you’re at it can you pop by Phil Goff’s office and ask him if the ratepayers will be getting a rebate on their rates for enabling such illegal largesse?

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  4. Pair sentenced to prison after New Zealand’s largest-ever meth bust
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/08/pair-sentenced-to-prison-after-new-zealand-s-largest-ever-meth-bust.html

    Two people convicted for being involved in the import of 501kg of methamphetamine have been sentenced to prison.

    Stevie Cullen and Selaima Fakaosilea were found guilty earlier this year on charges of importing methamphetamine and participating in an organised criminal group.

    Jonah Lomu’s ‘niece’ Selaima Fakaosilea faces life in jail over meth importation
    Man jailed over meth bust deported from Australia just days earlier
    Northland meth bust: defendants plead not guilty

    The charges related to the import of 501kgs of meth at Ninety Mile Beach in June 2016.

    The haul is New Zealand’s largest ever meth bust and others involved in the importation have previously been convicted.

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  5. USED TARDIS FOR SALE

    Tidy, late model, little use.
    Are you sick of today’s heathen society? Want to take your family
    back to the religion saturated days of yore? This little beauty is the
    answer to your prayers.
    Do you yearn for the time when you could beat your wife & thrash
    your children with impunity? With a twist of the dial the halcyon 15th
    century or 1950′s NZ is within reach. Large cargo area for the
    baggage you take everywhere with you.
    Economical yet roomy….will seat a small congregation.

    Trade ins accepted, terms to suit.

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    • Do you yearn for the time when you could beat your wife & thrash your children with impunity
      You dont have to be a god botherer to want this return to the good ol days you could simply identify as tangata fenua nothing shows more love than to give your cherished ones a bit of the bash and according to our media and and certain academics if you travelled back in time all you would find would be peaceful loving guardians that lived in harmony with each other the animals & land not the violent stoneage cannibal lies that those nasty honkeys want you to believe
      of course you could also identify as a muslim or indian as well if treating females like livestock is your thing

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      • Things were actually better when lippy women could get a cuff around the ear. Women were collectively happier and less depressed.

        You may not be comfortable with that but it’s true.

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  6. Wellington youth mental health facility lost track of 35 people in its care
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/11/wellington-youth-mental-health-facility-lost-track-of-35-people-in-its-care.html

    “Over a number of years, there have been reports that a number of our acute services are actually contributing to harm,” said Ardern.

    Earlier this year Newshub spoke to a teenager who lives with bipolar – she spoke of seeing others self-harming while at Wellington’s Adolescent Inpatient Service

    “Every day you would walk in there would be blood in the sink,” she told NewsHub at the time.”

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  7. Anyone looking for a new career? “Supercharging” the climate crisis for Stuff could be just the thing. // 😂

    We’re recruiting to supercharge Stuff’s climate crisis coverage
    Stuff’s New Climate Desk
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/climate-news/117677574/were-recruiting-to-supercharge-stuffs-climate-crisis-coverage

    “Now we have the opportunity to make 2020 a year to be proud of.

    One year ago today, Stuff launched Quick! Save the Planet – a project intended to puncture Kiwis’ complacency by making the realities of climate change feel tangible and urgent. We hoped that by making serious climate coverage a central component of New Zealand’s largest website, we could change the country’s conversation.”

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    • Its so funny, they will soon disappear up their own ass.
      Here’s a quote from that article

      “As grappling with the threat of climate change grows ever more grave and urgent, so will Stuff’s coverage.”

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      • How many are they after?
        You would think that the present staff would dive into those jobs. Money for nothing. But then they couldb e waiting for a job in Cindys office.

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    • So that’s one more company redundancy liability for when they hit the wall – or when some opportunist picks the “newspaper” up for a song in the coming fire sale.

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    • Yeah cos no-one is sick to the eyeballs of having that shite rammed down our throats every damn time you open a news site at least it will make Stuffed easier to navigate now once you are done scrolling past their climate bollocks their celebrity tripe, lifestyle & wellbeing rot you will have 2 things a bit of actual news & tendonitis

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  8. Phone call last evening while preparing our evening meal. Researcher for the local authority conducting a survey; would I be willing to participate?

    Does the sun rise in the East?

    We start and my age is recorded at more than 65, (no options past that point) we pay rates, we are in an urban part of the authorities area, we have lived here more than 60 years, I select, from the options offered that I am New Zealand European – and then the researcher notes they have enough respondents from my demographic and that was that. Good evening.

    Is this a reasonably filtered survey using well established and accepted methods or are they filtering out the views of those who actually pay rates, cook meals at home and may represent an older now not considered trendy demographic.

    I am sceptical the results of the survey will have value over the cost. As a longterm ratepayer I am left feeling it is dubious at best and the results will not reflect reality for a demographic given the deselection of the views of part of that demographic. Could it be the local authority is not interested in the views of that demographic?

    The next rate quarterly rate demand and its inherent legal threat and fees for late payment will still come.

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    • Then when the publish the result of the survey you will be wrong on every count.

      Eg is Tauranga they told me that most people want to cycle to work. (yes up hills, in the cold and rain and risk getting killed and in your 50’s or 60’s)
      They told me that 83% of people want more maori street and park names.

      Lying bastards

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    • Annoyed to hear this morning from Phil Goff that the increased price (tax) for landfill charges will be included in a rates increase. So those of us who do not produce much waste will be subsidising those who do? Why can’t the charge be on the bags we buy at the supermarket for the gate so it is user pays? Why do the ratepayers always end up covering the costs???

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      • Because the ratepayer is large group of people of which some are a large source of money to be tapped untill they rise up and then hang the mayor from a lampost!
        By the way all the state houses, who pays for their rubbish? Is that a freebie?

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      • ……” Why do the ratepayers always end up covering the costs”……

        Because if you load up the amount the rubbish dumper has to pay they fly tip the crap on the roadsides.

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        • Load up the truck ourselves from that illegal dumping and ‘fly tipping’. Video it as you load up.
          Tip on the councillors / politicians drive way, as you do not want that rubbish by your home.

          And you right nasska, as then they will put it all on the rates.

          They need to be told, tell the regional councils to butt out, tell the national governments to butt out, and the judiciary of social justice warriors need to be dumped on too.
          Vote them out.

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          • yes we need to email Eusless Sage and all of our local Councillors.
            I have an email list of my new councillors

            These are the people that told us to recycle and then they sent it all to China and Malaysia to be burned!

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        • So landlords will be putting rents up to cover the increase in rates to cover the cost of the family in their rental? Phil Goofy Goff thinks landlords wouldn’t be so petty as to increase rents despite the increase in the rates on their rentals. 😲
          – More unintended consequences.

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      • I am not convinced Government at any level should have anything to do with waste disposal. Local government like the idea according to Dave Cull, which means it is a further revenue opportunity but without any useful result.

        Remove government, and practically useless levies, from the waste handling matter. Let private companies handle it as a business proposition. Local Authorities are not competent or equipped to handle waste disposal as an ongoing business process.

        The council can deal with prosecuting or infringing the fly tippers from the fixed upwards annual charge but I expect every detected fly tipper to be charged full cost plus a surcharge for being an irresponsible drongo. Revenue should cover costs and not be a charge on the general ratepayer. I should not have to pay for some other bods garbage disposal. Waste disposal It is not an acceptable addition to the general annual charge. Costs should be imposed on those responsible.

        Which brings up corporate responsibility. I am over having to dispose of fast food wrapping and assorted used containers left by suckers who purchase this overpriced crap. Minister Sage can focus on that but the notion of imposing levy increases that impact on my cost of living is an unwanted and unacceptable notion on her part. The proposal is rejected.

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  9. Winston, Cindy, and Simon were waiting in the green room before a banquet with the movers and shakers of Wellington.
    Suddenly a heavenly chorus of angels sang, and God appeared to the trio.
    In a booming voice God said, “Each of you may ask one question, and I will answer it.”
    Simon asked, “Will there ever be another National Prime Minister?”
    God replied, “Yes. But not during your lifetime.”
    Cindy asked, “Will anyone ever think I was a good Prime Minister?”
    God said, “Yes. But not during your lifetime.”
    Winston asked, “Will I ever be Prime Minister?”
    God answered, “Yes. But not during MY lifetime.”

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  10. Major UK supermarket to end sales of NZ lamb
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2019/11/major-uk-supermarket-to-end-sales-of-nz-lamb.html

    “Major UK supermarket chain Waitrose will stop selling New Zealand lamb.

    Waitrose has previously sourced some of its lamb from New Zealand during the winter months.

    However from the summer of 2021, it will source all of its own-label fresh and frozen lamb from British lamb producers 365 days of the year.”

    Waitrose is an upmarket supermarket chain. There are lots of alternate supermarkets in Britain.

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    • Less overseas sales might finally mean we can purchase our lamb here for less that the Poms pay even after we transport it halfway across the world but i won’t hold my breath

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  11. The Democrats think they are getting somewhere with impeachment. Trump is killing them on all fronts.
    Stats from a tweet from Brad Pascale ( Trump’s campaign manager) for the rally in Florida

    “Data from Broward Florida rally:

    ✅ 31,177 voters identified

    ✅ 19% voted once or less in last 4 elections (8% in zero)

    ✅ 24% Democrat

    ✅ 27% Hispanic

    Incredible data from a county that is predominantly blue. Put Florida in the win column for 2020! “

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        • You said that in the first post. I was more after: “Who organised it? Was it a Republican Rally? Was it a Democrat Rally?” Fortunately there was only one at the time; so found that bit and some more information on Google. Thanks though.

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          • I thought you may have just missed that bit. (it is the sort of thing I would do)

            Pascale is a very clever guy when it comes to collecting data etc. I think in the case of the rallies those that get in have to give a contact detail and he does the rest. He has done it with other rallies as well (probably all of them but the results are not always given)
            During the 2016 election he and Kushner started from scratch, only about 5-6 months from the election day, with their social media , data collecting etc. exercises and after the election Eric Schmitt, the former Chairman of Google who was co-ordinating the same role for the Democrats with all of the Google resources and over a much longer time period, admitted that they had been “out played” by the beginners.

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  12. Re the Indian Doctor and Amber Rose
    I am not sticking up for him.
    But the prosecution case seemed to rely on one unreliable witness (who may be charged later)
    I think there will be an appeal!

    Surely they could have come up with some actual evidence – eg DNA,

    This is why I think the French system is the best.
    They try to find out who did it – not just try one person.

    And as for (The doctor knew where to stab her)
    I think anyone knows that if you want to kill someone you don’t stab them in the toe.

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    • There was forensic evidence, both in the car he drove to the scene and on shoes that he has his accomplish attempt to clean up. https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/crime/blood-shoe-and-car-extremely-likely-be-amber-roses-court-hears “he blood was 800,000 million times more likely to be from Amber-Rose than another random member of the country’s population.”

      The guy had means, and motive, social media evidence of what lead to this, there was a witness, his car was probably caught on CCTV, he was a dodgy character on his last warning, and this poor girl unfortunately (unwisely) threatened his career.
      Not the next Arthur Alan Thomas in my view.

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      • From Garbageman’s link:

        The defendant’s lawyer said…..

        “This will literally follow him forever in the media.”

        If named, the man faced the risk of being ostracised and would forever be linked to the sexual allegations of which he was acquitted.

        The young man had already been dismissed from his job.”

        Diddums! Actions have consequences.

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        • Of course the victims will just have to get over it eh im sure some pervert touching them up won’t follow them around for life as long as this precious protected pricks feeling and job prospects arnt damaged

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          • Isn’t the judge Michael Cullens brother in law? How very transparent of them. I thought this sort of thing only happened in banana republics.

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      • So, if I were to walk into a pub, drink a bit and then stick my hands into some ladies pants I wood get a discharge without conviction? Or wood I need a famous parent?

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    • I do not understand what went on here. There was a plea deal, so some charges got dropped leaving two charges for which there was discharge without conviction. So he was deemed not guilty of the remaining two charges –is that how it works?

      So when they did plea deal the prosecutor was basically in on it, knowing the guy would get off. This has to be a case of judicial corruption.

      Where is the QCs report on the PM’s office staff and his sexually assault issues? Swept under the same piece of carpet as the above case?

      Just like the US there is obviously a law for most of us and another for the elite few, in NZ.

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      • I thought in a plea deal it would be something like this –” You plead guilty to the two remaining charges and we will drop the other charges”. So how come he gets off what he has pleaded guilty to? If he did not plead guilty to them what was the plea deal all about ? Looks like another Meteria Turia “deal”.

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  13. What is the desperation, need, to change all of or universes to Maori names.
    Is maoridom such a repository of education?
    I really despise this.
    Who would like to employ someone with a degree from Te Aaurehateo
    Its not only virtue signalling, its expensive and evil

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  14. Ardern will be wishing that she could have used this for an excuse, all in the name of kindness & wellness of #wetoo. 🙁

    The contentious laws were introduced by Labor, the Greens and independents earlier this year.
    Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is hoping to get the laws repealed.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7724763/An-aggressive-asylum-seeker-accused-10-violent-incidents-Naura-allowed-entry-Australia.html

    A great reward for that refugee, and he is not the only one. 🙁
    Are our immigration laws changing to allow similar instances?
    ‘Lawn mowers’ seem to get through.

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    • The left & Ardern dont care if you or your family are raped or murdered in their pursuit of diversity there are very good reasons as the article indicates why no country wants to touch these country shopping crims

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  15. Phil Goff hits out at landlords living in ‘yesterday’s world’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/11/phil-goff-hits-out-at-landlords-living-in-yesterday-s-world.html

    “The proposed rate of $60 a tonne would cost households about 33c a week, according to the Ministry for the Environment – about the price of a single movie ticket per year.

    But AM Show host Duncan Garner and sportsreader Mark Richardson took issue with the plan to add it as a targeted rate, rather than add it to the cost of a bin or bag. Garner suggested it would “break the bank” of some homeowners, and Richardson – a property investor – balked at having to pay for his tenants’ rubbish collection, suggesting he’d have to put rents up by $5 a week to compensate.

    Goff said it wasn’t possible at this stage to simply charge it per bag, because different parts of the city have different methods of paying for rubbish collection.

    “You’ll charge whatever rent you can probably get from the market. 33c a week, come on guys. We’re talking about our environment… You’re surely not telling me we shouldn’t incentivise people to recycle instead of burying their waste? That’s yesterday’s world.”

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    • If I was on the show I would have asked Goff to explain how the Council would prove in the future (say 12 months after the tax took effect) that the extra tax had achieved it’s objective.

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  16. I’m taking a day off work today.
    Not because I want to.
    I was kept awake most of the night by loud music and drunken, tone deaf, singing indigenous woman.
    Their male cling on’s congregated in and around the shared driveway, shoulder shrug laughing, swearing and calling out to their mates inside.
    Just after 3 am was the last time I looked at the clock.
    I usually start work at 6 am.
    At 7 am the builders turned up at the new council housing development adjacent to the back fence.
    They will finish banging, sawing, shouting, throwing timber about and listening to blaring radio ‘s at about 4:30 pm.
    The wailing wahines will start up again at 5:30 pm.

    The neighbours that reside on the other side of the house, are 5 metres from my kitchen window and are a white trash mother and daughter combo.
    The daughter has a mouth like a sewer and whinges about not getting enough hand outs.
    These two shining examples of NZ citizenry are obese.
    Last week when it began to rain the daughter waddled to the clothesline to retrieve the washing while Mumsie waited at the back door to have the clothes passed to her because she is too enormous to fit through the the door.
    None of my temporary neighbours partake in the ravages of gainful employment.

    Jealous yet?

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    • I would say time to move but with such a colourful diverse range of characters in your immediate vicinity i would guess your chances of selling up might not be the best, does it get a bit quieter after a few days when our beneficiary coin is all used up on the essentials of life

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      • GBM.
        No it doesn’t get quieter, ever. It is incessant.
        Boom-boom, bang-bang, smash-smash.
        The welfare coin is pooled.
        The criminal element just top up the kitty when a deal is done.
        The fatties put out 3 full rubbish bags and a mountain of cardboard every week.
        The party house fills two wheelie bins with bottles a week.
        The cycle of dependency is around food, booze and drugs.
        I am only here temporarily, while my house is being renovated.

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          • Diggy. This is just a snapshot of urban dwelling and close living.
            I can’t wait to move back to my home.
            At least then all I have to deal with is car conversion and home invasions.
            Yes I am a target, solely because the ‘have’ and ‘have not’ divide is perceived to be the root of the worlds evil.
            I ‘have’ because I work effing hard, I save accordingly and I don’t indulge in the unnecessary.
            They ‘have not’ because they swim in self pity and are constantly compromised by having their chosen way of life threatened by us. the nasty people in society that demands they be accountable and that they get off their stinking fat arses.

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            • I’d say get some sleeping pills to knock you out but it sounds like you need to keep ‘one eye open’ for security even when asleep with those noisy ferals surrounding you.

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        • well im pleased its temporary just think of it as a bit of cultural enrichment (the kind Angry Andy wants for us all) and a few new yarns to spin when your newly renovated place is sorted sooner rather than later i hope for your own mental health

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        • Well when you get up and leave early; make sure the radio is up loud and give them all a really long toot when you leave. As for the lardo’s – buy a tuba and every time they come outside start playing it.

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    • You’re living the dream, Bro.

      I am not sure if it helps – but your comedic storytelling has entertained me. I can picture it like I was there.
      Actually living through it though – red rage or feelings of despair would be what I would alternate between.

      Poor white trash on one side and Once were Warriors on the other.
      A shit sandwich is your daily bread.

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      • FSD.
        I just arrived home/here after having coffee with my brother.
        As I was closing the door to the car, through the fence I heard one of the neighbours drunk guests greet me with a phrase I have never heard before. “He’s an Aussie c__t !!
        I ignored it, because I am neither.
        He then spouted something else I haven’t heard before, ” I’ll cut your head off c__t!!” and then turned to his missus and said “I love you my darling”. Children are present absorbing this social skill lesson.

        Another fitful sleep tonight and I should be ready for a hard days work tomorrow.

        This must be what it is like in prison.

        Oh yeah, the wahines are subdue at the moment, so lullabies are suppressed.

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  17. I hear you.
    We should be able to fat shame people.
    They are visual pollution
    they cant work as well as normal people
    They cost us more at hospitals
    They have horrible skin.
    The cost more in airfares/

    I know it is hard to keep slim or normal.
    especially with so much sugar in our food.
    I have to try to keep my tummy down.

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  18. The Labour Youth Camp predator sentenced this morning but still retains his name suppression. Shaun Plunkett on Magic Radio will be discussing the case in a few minutes after the 12.00 news.

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  19. Bluebird chips are changing their oil to Canola as apparently it is better for you.
    Time to change brands.

    Speaking of chippies have you tasted: “Heartland” brand – maple and bacon flavoured?

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  20. Effective, when he did not get the first message, getting things sorted when protesters get in the way on the road.

    Brave Antifa Blocks Car Angry Man Knocks Him Out
    Some Antifa dude wearing a pink… “Dora da exploda” backpack… tries to block a truck… but when he punches truck… god ol’ farmer jumps out and goes ham on him…
    https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=u0Hrf_1574391726
    43 secs.

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  21. Binge-drinking has DOUBLED among American women without children in just 12 years, study reveals

    Between 2006 and 2010, excessive alcohol use led to 88,000 deaths and 2.5 million years of potential life lost among US residents.

    Drinking is increasing among all US adults, particularly among women, regardless of parenting status, said the researchers.

    Researchers said the analysis found no safe level of alcoholic consumption, suggesting that going teetotal was the only way to avoid associated health risks.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20191127204443/https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7728283/Binge-drinking-doubled-American-women-without-children.html

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  22. Yesterday Gizzy got to 30C and I might have started believing in that heat-wave thingee as the wind dropped away in the afternoon and it felt hot. – (one of the few days when opening all our doors and windows didn’t make much difference).

    Today it is 28C and a light cool breeze is wafting in through an open door..

    The rest of the week/weekend looks like temps will be around the 23-25C mark…….Nothing out of the ordinary for this time of the year.

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    • Don’t get triggered by lying media MW.
      They are filth.
      all day every day.
      the 24 hours cycle of lies.

      A dentist’s function is fixing teeth.
      A plasterers trade is ensuring things get plastered.
      A media whore’s sole function is to tell lies on behalf of masters they are too stooopid to know are there controlling them.
      If they do work it out they most likely become alcoholics.

      There are a few of these media whore outfits up for sale at present if you want to buy them as
      a plaything or stuck for Christmas present ideas for family you dont care much for!

      I looked at one media whore false flag this morning where a child in a car in Newcatle NSW ‘almost died’ and the headline was child nearly dies in 38 degree heat.
      I’m thinking, not that hot there.
      As you go on it ‘almost’ got to 30 Deg and ‘it could have been’ 38 Deg in the car.

      That is why the media and ‘No strikes on my watch’ Ardern are in simpatico.
      They tell lies way more than truth.

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      • Anything that she can wring a few feelz & a bit of emotion out of she’ll be into like a rat up a drainpipe!

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        • She’s going to have a hat made with areoplane wings on it to wear!
          She is uncertain wether to have full wings or broken wings to simulate the crash.
          What do you think she should do?

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          • I’d go with the broken wings.

            She looks like she’s spent a lifetime ramraiding shops on a mobility scooter!

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    • Another refugee escaping from DPF’s TDS tinny house?

      Welcome, lovely to have more wits in here

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    • I’m happy to blame Ardern for the Erebus crash and move right along to sentencing. She can share a cell with Brenton Tarrant. Two hard left socialists together.

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    • Did she have the towel on her head and the sad mule face on too?

      Talk about a one trick donkey

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  23. Normally like to watch TVNZ news at midday for a quick catch up. Today I only managed to last about 3 minutes in the news reader appeared to be talking in some sort of Pidgin English local Dialect. stuffI can handle the facial ‘artwork’ although would prefer to do without it but please give us a bulletin read in English

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  24. Kea is going to spoof all over his perch tonight. The latest killing by a feral woman has resulted in a ridiculously light sentence. From https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/117726403/northland-woman-who-stabbed-partner-to-death-sentenced-to-three-years-jail

    …..”he (the judge) recognised Beattie’s difficult life circumstances, including being raised in poverty with significant emotional and sexual abuse, along with being manipulated by a past partner”……

    In the Northern Advocate their report indicated that prior to the stabbing she was removed from the property by her family but broke free & ran back to continue the argument. His family are spitting tacks over the sentence.

    If you’re a woman of the special people who claims a troubled past you can actually kill someone in cold blood knowing that you’ll be free in a couple of years. Perhaps the parrot is right.

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    • Nasska, this happens daily in NZ. Pay attention and you will see it crystal clear.

      Women ALWAYS play the victim defense and blame men for what they did.

      With the full support of the Courts, govt, and media.

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      • Note the fucking Judge blamed the victim! What a piece of shit.

        Note also deliberately stabbing a man to death in a calculated attack was manslaughter, and compare it to the Millane case where a sex accident was murder.

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        • Where the CLAIM was made that she died in a sex act (which the jury rejected), whereas relatives say the man is a fantasist and others who know him say he had a tendency to become violent when rejected.
          The people that knew him could only speak out once the guilty verdict was out. Keep up with the developments and the facts, son. The guy was a compulsive liar in his dealings with people by all accounts. He was related to an All Black, owned his own company, etc, etc. Had psychological issues. No one is saying ‘I can’t believe it’ ‘ Not old so & so’ . They are actually saying “Bound to have happened’.
          From the gist of it, not a person to be expected to be honest in the case of a dead body in his bed.
          So he went into Poor Me mode immediately.
          He Googled on how to dispose of corpses in between jacking off and photographing her privates.
          What a lad! Such an injustice!

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          • His poor character was not a charge.

            Anyway my point was the comparison. The Judge, and you, both unquestioningly accept the account given by a cold blooded female psycho.

            Why the double standard?

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            • Oh and where is the contrived media outrage about victim blaming and analyzing the victims history in this case?

              Not a fucking peep from the man hating zealots. Or the resident emotive dimwits who acted out so hysterically during the Millane trial.

              We now see what moral and intellectual cripples our resident moral grandstanding cop lovers really are. Vermin.

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              • You seem confused.
                It was the judge, presumably in a summing up or sentencing, which made out the killer to be the victim (which, to be clear since you easily go off track, I do NOT agree with – rather, people should leave abusers).
                The police and the prosecution are not the ones who tend to be pushing for softer sentences. The police will try to make a case for a charge that will stick, and then they essential hand it over.
                Try to understand the parts each play, and who is actually being quoted.
                And just because someone doesn’t call cops ‘Pigs’ doesn’t mean they are cop lovers.
                I prefer The Filth, since ‘Pigs’ comes from the Black Panthers, and traces back as an insult within the followers of Islam.

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            • “The Judge, and you, both unquestioningly accept the account given by a cold blooded female psycho.”.
              Swing and a miss.
              Your strawman is laughable.
              I did not make any comment about the stabbing incident at all, because I assume you mean the ‘psycho’ woman that stuck a knife in her partner heart?

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  25. So do I have free-rein tonight to go out and get pissed and feel-up random people? A recent judgement appears I do, as it doesn’t appear to be a criminal offence anymore.

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    • …….” as it doesn’t appear to be a criminal offence anymore”……

      Only if you’re a card carrying member of the NZ Labour Party or Labour Youth. One of the magical properties involved is that it doubles as a get out of jail card.

      Buy your membership & fill your boots.

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  26. If you are an active member of the Labour Party you can even attempt the homosexual rape of little boys and the NZ Police will only charge you with a minor non sexual assault charge.

    And even then the police will only act if forced to by independent media reports. But even then they will let the Party conduct its own investigation first, school witnesses and construct a cover story, in tandem with media plants.

    So go for it. Rape away.

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    • Greta at least contrived to arrive for conferences by carbon nuetrel boat transport (even though the crew flew to the boat locations to carry the darling – Yes, I know it was a crock of shit).
      My point being: I think Jacinda should sail to meet foreign leaders.
      Would take her out of the country for weeks at a time, easily.

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    • Yes but they’re very important people who are saving the planet Maggy.

      Unlike we unwashed plebs who are barely fit to pay taxes & can make do with donkey carts & trains!

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  27. Calling Sooty:

    Mikenmildagain: What is wrong with you, is the relevant question here.

    Sooty: [Mod: deleted and a warning]

    What did you say about Mikenmild that hurt the moderator’s feelings?

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    • If any of the moderators rent boys are reading this:

      Please know it’s not okay for KB moderators to short change you for your services.

      You should take legal action to recover what you are owed.

      You also have the choice to decline their requests for golden showers and scat.

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    • Did you notice Batman in denial mode after a suggestion was made that he was gay Nostra?

      The moderator doth protest too much, methinks. 🙂

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      • Nasska:

        I noticed that – and thought he was mounting a vigorous rearguard action (pun intended) against homophobia (which wasn’t even suggested in the original comment)!

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    • SOOTYS REPLY TO NOSTY AT 5.30.
      They were talking about the cricket spectators racial slur.
      SKY BLUE said. What’s wrong with throwing a bunch of bananas out to a black player.
      We did it in the UK at the footy games.
      MILKEN MILD said. What’s wrong with you. Is it relevant?
      SOOTY said. Something like. If you want to get the scaffolders to climb up to high places.
      Place a bunch of bananas up there!
      A BIT OF BACKGROUND.
      I was a scaffolder for a long and we all got shit about climbing coconut trees and all the rest and we have a lot of samoan boys working in the trade so it’s just taking the piss!
      MODERATOR said.( Mod : deleted and a warning )
      I think the moderator was BATMAN who had the rags on after been acussed of been queer and was a bit hot under the collar!
      So there you have it as best as I know it!

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    • Why don’t they illegally occupy the land and demand to have it purchased on their behalf… as is the fashion now days?

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  28. So putting your handsd down someone’s pants is ok:

    Judge Collins said the gravity of the offending is low, which may shock people because of the nature of the allegations. “I’m not convinced it was for a sexual gratification or any perverted motive,” he said.

    Judge Collins couldn’t find any “perverted motive”. He seems to have had a sheltered life – if he meets Stephieboy then he’ll discover a whole lot of perverted motives that he never knew existed!

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    • You try that and see what the judge says.

      There were 4 attacks. The cops dropped half the charges and radically reduced the other half.

      Because the police are political and dirty.

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      • Maybe I should fish out my analysis at an earlier stage in the proceeding. The pervert’s original defence (in relation to each of the four people he fiddled with) changed in a manner that suggests a matter of personal convenience based on legal advice.

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          • Kea
            At risk of receiving your ire of being a “cop lover”. I offer this information.
            The Police investigate the crime and charge if they believe they have sufficient evidence. If the charge is denied the matter goes to a deposition hearing which at that stage is still in the hands of the Police. If prima facie is established, it is then committed to trial and at that point on is in the hands of the Crown…(a government contracted law firm that holds a crown warrant) they are the ones that file the indictment(s) based on the evidence given at the deposition hearing. The Police have no say on the Crown indictment(s) and the indictment could well relate to a different crime to the one they initially laid.
            Any plea dealings or how the prosecution is run at trial has nothing to do with the Police and any cop who stuck his nose in would be told to butt out by the Crown Prosecutor. About the only role the Police have at trial is to give sworn evidence and make sure the witnesses front up and are ready to go.

            Maggie…I don’t think you really needed to know what school the judge went to but you will find the answer here…https://www.nzherald.co.nz/hawkes-bay-today/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503462&objectid=11081952

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            • Fair enough. You are not a boot licker, just informed.

              But the police were loathe to act at all and even allowed Labour to do an internal investigation first. Including approaching potential witnesses.

              Can you imagine the police doing that with the Mongrel Mob or a right wing anti immigration party?

              No matter how you cut it this reeks of corruption and double standards.

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              • Kea…
                This is a free speech site and the other night when I said that I enjoyed reading your posts, however thought that you could put more thought into some of your topics… was wrong and I apologise for it.
                You may appreciate this rave…
                A law firm holding a crown warrant is still a law firm whose business is about making money for its partners. Could that be a motive over seeking justice for a wrongly charged person? Example..
                A unit of feminist orientated Police officers charge someone with historical sex crimes based on ‘recovered memory’ with no corroborating evidence.
                As explained earlier, the matter goes to a deposition hearing and is committed to trial on the complainant’s written testimony, prepared by the Police. In sex matters, the complainant does not give oral evidence and prima facie is established on that written statement.
                The govt contractor then gets it and realises the case has no chance of a conviction. Trial preparation and taking it to trial is going to be a nice little earner for the firm and the new boy in the office needs to cut his teeth on an easy bit of trial work..
                Should the firm do the right thing and go for a stay in proceedings?

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            • It is a lot more complicated than that.

              In the Arthur Allen Thomas prosecution the cops were full on to the point of planting evidence and had a bus outside the courtroom basically analysing and in effect co-prosecuting. Covered in the David Yallop book and movie from the book. That was the grounds for his release and compensation.

              In the Teina Pora case the cops would not back down despite the fact anyone with an IQ north of 92 could see they were pursuing an intellectually damaged fella. Sure he was a bad bugger but as Kea says it must be evidence based not emotion based. They were bullies.
              If you look at the end of ‘A Few Good Men’ the telling line
              Downey: What did we do wrong? We did nothing wrong!
              Dawson: Yeah we did. We were supposed to fight for people who couldn’t fight for themselves. We were supposed to fight for Willy.

              In the case of Peter Ellis the cops were lying bully boys and thugs.
              They were supposed to protect the likes of Ellis.
              When they get a hard on they dont back down. Never. No matter how wrong they are.
              They go full retard.
              They would even turn on their own if they were ‘different’. A lot of that in the 1990s as the outfit changed noticeably and the spawn of criminals, John Banks, was Minister of Police.
              And so it goes on.

              The cops lied through their teeth over the first Mark Lundy prosecution. They went evidence shopping all the way to Texas. The drive they described was impossible then added in psychics and crossing dressing. It was complete shit. They should have been done for perjury.

              Anyhow. The cop is not your friend and will not help you if you are a decent citizen – why, because such a target will likely not give them grief. The crims give them grief .
              So they go after soft targets.
              If you are trespassing, protesting on land, occupying commercial ships going lawfully about their business, blocking roads and entrances to businesses the NZ Cops give them a free pass.
              Prove me wrong !

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                • Hell no.
                  Had them at the door.

                  You have to stand up to bullies and stand your ground.
                  Bullies capitulate and go after weaker targets.

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              • I would agree with all of this, aside from I think Mark Lundy probably stitched himself up with his Z grade weeping at the funeral. Something stinks there.
                And Scott Watson – don’t trust the police on that entirely, and the guy was a prick, but the mystery boat never turned up in any photographs.

                No, the police are not our friends as such. They are a necessity.
                I hope they never put me under the lens like they do to other poor buggers – just finished reading Lynley Hood’s excellent and shocking book on Ellis.
                I also really enjoyed and appreciated Yallop’s on Arthur Allen Thomas.
                I will certainly call them when someone is smashing up the neighborhood (and I have) and appreciate the squadies who turn up for violent crimes.

                They are essentially a double edged sword.
                Being a firearms owner, and a lot of money invested in weapons (several tens of thousands) I am very wary of the POLITICAL aspect of policing.
                They should stick to their knitting. Investigating and responding to actual crimes and criminals.

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    • I wonder what school Judge Collins went to.

      I must admit I had to refer one boy I taught to the school counsellor when he kept shoving a ruler down the backside of other boy’s pants.
      (he was a very large 13yr PI boy – and the “victims” were considerably smaller in size).

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      • The thing that gets me is the double standard Wiggles.

        Imagine identical facts but the offender was a member of a white nationalist party.

        It would be hysterically reported all around the world with Ardern on the TV acting out a fit of grief and outrage.

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  29. Quiz .Which is the odd one out:

    Question 1. If you recruit 1000 police officers then 1000 police officers resign how many more police do you have?

    Question 2. If you promise to build 100,000 homes under the affordable housing scheme then you build 300 what effect have you had on house availability?

    Question 3. If you pledge to reduce immigration by 20000 to 30000 but keep things as they were how many fewer immigrants do we have?

    Question. 4 A common name for the Japanese Mitsubishi A6M3 model 22 WWII fighter plane?

    Although the answer is zero to all four questions the odd one out is the plane because the Japs actually made 10,939 of those .

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    • So the well connected Labour sex offender gets off. The interesting thing is the judges comments:

      1. Alcohol is a mitigating factor after all.

      2. If you are privileged it makes it less serious to break the law.

      3. Judge acknowledged the impact on the victims, but proceeded to ignore the impact to care for the offender instead.

      In fairness, the tepid half hearted prosecution by the police was probably a factor.

      Yeah I know…. I’m crazy/drunk/trolling. No corruption or double standards in our Justice system. 🤪

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      • No Kea. You’re not crazy/drunk/trolling. Rather you are putting into words what most of us feel.

        Actually, I’m not too concerned about the lack of a penalty which was never going to be much whatever the outcome. What I will get incredibly bitter & twisted about is if the prick manages to hold onto name suppression.

        That will be political corruption. Nothing more & nothing less.

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        • Look I get it. It was drunken hijinks.

          What fucks me off is thousands of nobodies get very different outcomes on similar charges and facts.

          This can’t be explained away.

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        • I agree 100% with what you guy’s find disturbing, and why.
          I think the wood shaving should be outed and convicted.
          The MSM hush squad, judges and the constabulary are owned by the same runt.
          Unfortunately, it looks like all of our pollies believe the people they represent should learn to keep quiet and get back in line…pronto.

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      • So is alcohol a mitigating circumstance or not?
        What about drugs?
        or your basket weaving culture?
        or your parents status?

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        • Go to any sentencing list in the District Court and you wi ll quickly see how perverse this is.

          What a shame it’s not a decision of the higher courts that is binding.

          Regardless I hope lawyers up and down NZ will be using this defense tomorrow morning.

          They will probably end up making a law to prevent drunkenness being considered a mitigating factor in assault.

          In the meantime drunken wife beaters rejoice.

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  30. Just got back from a YSB meet up
    50% increase in the crowds from last time!

    I still cant find the New Zealand First Foundation website,
    So is it koscha?

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    • Police said the 2 girls were not victims and dropped charges.

      The police significantly reduced the charges relating to the boys.

      But the judge went further and reckoned there were really no victims. Given the defendants privileged life and connections.

      I wish I was wrong about my corruption claims. You be the judge.

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  31. You need to know something.

    The relationship between media government and police.

    The media need connections with govt and police to get stories. Often pretty young women cultivate relationships with police. They even get invited to their piss ups. For example.

    So they do favours. A great example is the media running campaigns to create public concern about an issue ahead of a law change. They create the impression the law is in response to public concern. In reality the police or govt wanted the change and the media created the justification.

    The media spin and constant reporting on male violence against women is an example. In response there has been a shit ton of anti male legislation most of you know nothing about.

    The media led hysteria about the Millane case is a planned prelude to reverse onus and undermining any defense.

    The media is hard left so are naturally authoritarian. They do the bidding of the authorities for that reason and to get stories.

    It’s all very complicated and dirty.

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    • Projection is usually dirty.
      The mob who run the show are experts and calling them out is pretty risky.

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  32. Just remember, even though the Labour sex attacker did not go to jail, you will if you identify him.

    It’s not by coincidence Angry Andy suddenly wants tougher laws around this. They will be watching.

    Don’t expect a discharge without conviction.

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    • From your link:

      …..”Thee who cannot be named is of course not white as can be seen in the pixelated shots to date, so doesn’t quite fit the usual narrative.”…….

      Which would make me less certain that the arsehole is the son of the minister many suspect.

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      • From the ZB report also linked.

        “Further sexual assault allegations in the Labour Party this year have already been linked back to the young man, Priest said.”

        So this perv continues to walk the streets gratis while still fulfilling his fondling fetish. FFS.

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      • Could be a tan and lighting. Also Labour members are sexually deviant and loose when drinking.

        It’s highly unlikely even his mother has a clue who his father is.

        Though to be fair she may have been raped by another Labour member, as is so often the case.

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        • The complicit are doing more harm than good.
          I speculate this young deviant was groomed.
          The reckless arrogance with impunity would have to have been taught.

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    • I have a nasty feeling I got the wrong predator. Silly me. This is why name suppression makes it incredibly hard as we don’t know what fondler to refer to!

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