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  1. Everyone still asleep ths morning.

    All including the woke, those with no sense of humour, the easily offended, the whingers and moaners so that leaves just a couple of us doing good in theNation.
    Of course aplogies are aleways forced upon us by the sensitive ones.

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    time to tell lots to go get stuffed including that oevrpaid deluded whining fucking John Campbe.ll and SBW. when will he depart our shores.

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    • oh good. Perhaps they will now start to reduce their population again. Send all the mozzies back, open the gas chambers again.
      What a bunch of troughing wankers.

      Wait till trump is finished with them.
      Since he has changed the rules their Nato spending has gone through the roof and his has gone down. He needs to do more of this.
      Britain needs to quit before they get asked to pay for all the woke that run the EU.

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        • Not going to happen DN. Boris will probably win but the “no deal” you speak of is highly unlikely in my view. The only way it could is if Boris keeps his word, which is debatable, and pulls away without a deal at the end of 2020. ( I think he will pull out by Jan 31 but then there is 11 months to negotiate a trade arrangement). The EU will not allow the UK to go with not trade arrangement of some sort because they are extremely scared of the UK operating without the EU environmental , labour etc. arrangements –they know this would make the UK more competitive and that is not allowed in their eyes.

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          • If Boris had any integrity or acumen, following the continuing threats by Barnier et al that a year isn’t long enough and they wont do a Canada ++ deal with UK because of its proximity to Europe and the danger of them beating the EU commercially, financially & Politically then he should tell the EU there is no rationale for attempting to negotiate with an organisation that has already pre determined it stance thus making a no deal the only practical course. As Farage is close to Trump and The Brexit Party more likely to appeal to Leave voting Labour voters than the Tories Boris should team up with both to teach the Evil Union a lesson that when you play with and threaten the big boys, they eventually run out of patience and give you a bloody nose. Germany is probably in recession , Macron thinks he is the EU Emperor but with the Yellow vests having celebrated their 1st Anniversary his domestic problems continue to fester. On the bright side should the EU force the UK to remain in the club for a further period, Farage and his substantial bloc have threatened to vote down the EU budget which will be time to break out the popcorn and beer.

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  2. World education rakings
    Qoute from Stuffed

    New Zealand Principals’ Federation Whetu Cormick said the current education system was not cultural responsive or competent which did not allow Māori and Pasifika students to be who they are.

    Apart from the grammar error “Cultural”
    Imagine if we took Maori and PI out of the rankings we would be much higher up.
    Why is it only Maori and PI that cannot do well in a western education system?

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    • That’s weird because charter schools like Vanguard seem to do quite well with those same kids. The difference being less focus on cultural shit and more on core competencies like reading, numeracy and writing. Them lefties just don’t get it do they.

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    • Yes, and how does being proficient in kapahaka help you when you are being interviewed for a job with a bank located on Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London, UK?

      Our forefathers who established the NZ education system in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries recognized the importance of NZ’s children being educated to international standards, so we could rank with the best of the developed world. Yet, for the past decade we seen a year on year decline in the achievement of NZ 15 year olds in Science, Maths and Reading.

      This morning I’ve heard & read all manner of excuses for this, but I am happy to bet it will not be because Maori and Polynesian kids are not getting enough Maori & Pacific Island culture in schools!

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  3. Looking breifly at the proposed ?Cannabis Legislation.
    Why is it that politicans simply don’t understand Human Nature?
    It fucking amzes me that they get to these positions without any training otr understanding of people.
    Good they might not be able to be funded from oversea’s although even that is doubt. Meanwhile labour will make unionism compulsory before the next election you wait and se..

    Now back to Cannabis.
    Look at the new rules and tell me who you think will obey them?
    Tell me whose members will be given the licenses to sell the stuff.
    Won’t be national followers will it?
    Will it be like alcohol when it comes to getting licenses? Will the plods ultimately control the sales and distribution racket that will develop. Looks a lot like it to me.

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    “It’s going to be really tough for operators to get into the system, but once they do they could be a number of opportunities.”

    Cannabis cafes, dispensaries and farms are among the more obvious, but Manning looks beyond these and sees business opportunities throughout the supply chain – some of which are, in fact, created by the regulations.

    The bill’s proposed limitations on the potency of cannabis products, for instance, creates opportunities for research experts to establish testing facilities to ensure standards are met.

    Will the cigarette companies get involved?
    Will they start importing leaf from stockpiles that are already building up round the world?
    They have the production facilites to make and market the product.

    Oh dear another fuckup by those that know best.

    Will they invoke the sellers of smoke to change the flacour? Now that could be fun.

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    • ……”Tell me whose members will be given the licenses to sell the stuff.
      Won’t be national followers will it?”……..

      Bullshit! National supporters have more experience of selling smoke than any grouping on the planet.

      But what I waiting for are the prophesies of those opposed to assisted suicide to apply to cannabis use. Those wankers who are sure that “creep” means that grannies will be put down for their inheritances must, in the interests of consistency, expect to be forced to smoke multiple joints a week.

      Having God’s little helpers half fried will surely make for some entertaining Sunday morning masses. 🙂

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    • Listening to Angry on RNZ this morning, the man hasn’t got a clue. Proposal, you can only buy 14gms per day from a shop.

      “What’s to stop you shopping around”

      Answer “Nothing”

      What is to stop a person supplying it to minors?

      Answer: the bill has provisions that if you are caught with more than 14 grams or caught supplying people under 20, there are sever penalties.

      So basically, the bill is a junkies charter, the bill can have all the severe penalties in the world, but the track record of the NZ judiciary in applying such penalties is zero. So, irrespective of what Little says NZ is going to end up with even more “wasted” youth!

      You couldn’t make this level of incompetence up if you tried!

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        • Police will be so busy checking on all the gun owners and then the drug sellers and everyone else out there with a license to sell, manufacture or grow cannabis. We will need far more cops than at present that is for sure. Police state coming to a town near you so fast its faster than we thought ever possible. If there is not a change in government next year we are totally f..ked as a country.

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        • If Boris had any integrity or acumen, following the continuing threats by Barnier et al that a year isn’t long enough and they wont do a Canada ++ deal with UK because of its proximity to Europe and the danger of them beating the EU commercially, financially & Politically then he should tell the EU there is no rationale for attempting to negotiate with an organisation that has already pre determined it stance thus making a no deal the only practical course. As Farage is close to Trump and The Brexit Party more likely to appeal to Leave voting Labour voters than the Tories Boris should team up with both to teach the Evil Union a lesson that when you play with and threaten the big boys, they eventually run out of patience and give you a bloody nose. Germany is probably in recession , Macron thinks he is the EU Emperor but with the Yellow vests having celebrated their 1st Anniversary his domestic problems continue to fester. On the bright side should the EU force the UK to remain in the club for a further period, Farage and his substantial bloc have threatened to vote down the EU budget which will be time to break out the popcorn and beer.

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  4. SAP may be looking to guard its credibility with this affair, and there seems to be a lot of money sloshing around in their systems, and makes one wonder if they fit in well with our current government.
    Posted late last night.

    Bribery and corruption
    East African allegations
    In February 2019, SAP was accused of ‘improper conduct’ linked to state contracts in Kenya and Tanzania.
    An anonymous whistle-blower claims, through a firm of attorneys, that SAP used Twenty Third Century Systems (TTCS) to bribe officials at the Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) to win a US$6.6-million enterprise resource planning software tender that involved the provision of software licenses and services.[86]

    South African allegations
    In July 2017, allegations were made that SAP had been involved in business transactions with the controversial and politically influential Gupta family in South Africa.
    SAP was accused of paying CAD House, a Gupta-controlled company, R100 million in order to secure a Transnet deal.
    SAP denied the allegations, claiming that the money was paid as “an extension of the sales force”, despite CAD House having no prior SAP experience. [87][88]

    The Guptas’ dealings with SAP were revealed in a widely publicized e-mail leak.[89][90]

    As a consequence of the allegations, SAP launched an investigation that led to four of its South African managers being placed on administrative leave along with the seizure of their mobile phones and computers.[91]
    Claas Kuehnemann was named as acting managing director for Africa while the investigation continued.[92]

    On 26 October 2017, SAP announced that it had voluntarily reported itself to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for a possible violation of US law, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, related to the South African bribery allegations.
    SAP’s own investigation, conducted by law firm Baker McKenzie, revealed that SAP had paid $7.7 million in commissions to third-parties linked to the Gupta family while securing contracts worth $48 million with Transnet and Eskom.[93][94][95]

    Panamanian bribery
    In May 2015, SAP agreed to pay $3.9 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil charges over a former executive’s scheme to bribe Panama government officials in order to win lucrative technology contracts.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAP_SE#Bribery_and_corruption

    So a big international, that competes, and takes beneficial short cuts, trusted with your bank numbers, Identity numbers like birth dates and address, and the hands in NZ are transparent and clean?

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    • Short cuts too, even in the USA.
      A part of doing business, grab it where you can.

      Oracle Corporation filed a lawsuit against SAP for malpractice and unfair competition in the California courts in 2007. SAP lost the case in 2010 and was ordered to pay $1.3 billion, which was cited as the largest copyright infringement judgment in history. [74] The verdict was overturned in 2011,[75] and the lawsuit was finally settled in 2014 for $356.7 million.[76]

      Has NZ government got systems in place for due diligence, care, for its citizens in its dealing with international companies which can take liberties if safe guarding systems are not in place?

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  5. If you are able to find a replay of the Jones and Credlin show (Sky ) from last night have a watch. The whole program is very good but the last section involving an interview with a farmer is one of the most powerful bits of television I have seen for a long time.

    It involves explaining how the authorities moved in on the guy’s farm and took all but 50 of his cattle away. The farmer or his son was not allowed to talk to them or film anything while it was happening. The stock was taken to Dubbo to sell and the “bobby calves” destroyed. Jones was who has been pushing the farmer’s cause both on radio and TV for months was furious and at one point was close to tears, I think. The farmer, 69, was a tough old guy and I had to admire how he kept his cool during the show.

    I think this whole water issue could just about bring Morrison’s Govt. down. His coalition partners , the National’s ( the farmers party) could be history if this goes on much longer.

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    • He’s free to draw whatever cartoons he likes. Just as his publisher is free to publish whatever he likes. The Samoan and Council Members that are there to protest for him to be fired are the only ones fighting against the core freedom of speech for all people and rather than countering him with their own speech, they’re out for punishment. They are the ones feeling offended, rather than having a laugh and they’re the ones trying to harm somebody else now.

      It’s disgusting what these woke fools are doing.

      If you find his humour distasteful – tell him so. Draw a cartoon of him with a small dick. But you don’t go out there trying to get him fired because you are offended. Spend your time and energy feeling offended maybe actually doing something to help the piss-poor vaccination rates in Samoa. Help educate the people who are not taking care of their children.

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    • Why persist in doing anything at all. The expenditure now is way past reasonable for this taxpayer. We still have people seeking “truth and justice” even after the report of the Royal Commission. This is an ongoing waste of taxpayer effort. It should stop.

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    • Let’s hope we’re not dealing with a mine accident just before Christmas, just so a few families can feel better about themselves. They’re already plundering the tax payers’ coffers for themselves with millions of dollars spent on their personal grief. They’re going to get nothing out of it. Let’s hope they don’t kill somebody with their behaviour.

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  6. This murderous muslim’s case, just keeps on giving, showing that “tender heart” people like playing with a variety of snakes.

    ~Dr Ruth Armstrong founded Cambridge University’s Learning Together scheme
    Programme works with students and prisoners to unlock learning potential of inmates in British criminal justice system
    ~Dr Armstrong invited London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan to the capital for a Learning Together conference before he launched his murderous knife attack
    ~She also campaigned for the release of Briton Dempsey Hawkins, who served 38 years in a US jail for strangling a 14-year-old girl in woods in New York
    ~ Since being deported to the UK Dempsey has been accused of getting a female teacher’s mobile number and bombarding her with ‘creepy’ texts ….

    …….. The killer’s supporters complained he had served nearly four decades behind bars for a crime he committed when he was only 16 – but the family of his victim Susan Jacobson said he had not showed remorse for the killing and was still a danger.

    In an unusual decision which was reported on both sides of the Atlantic, a US parole board ruled he could be released only if he was immediately deported to the UK. ….
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7747325/London-Bridge-prisoner-scheme-academic-aided-killers-release.html

    That is; another killer.
    The hopeless troughers, building their enriching empire, after the initial candle light vigil, just regard every killing as collateral damage!

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  7. James Delingpole , at his best on the start of the talkfest in Madrid.

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/12/03/the-uns-cop25-madrid-climate-conference-is-a-sick-joke/

    A tweet quoted to illustrate the hypocrisy of Bloomberg, who has put aside / donated tens of millions for the “climate change fight”

    “Michael Bloomberg owns 3 planes,

    2 helicopters,

    6 boats,

    11 houses,

    42 cars,

    And says that you should take the bus to help fight climate change.”

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  8. Had to share this. A comment on one of the threads on BFD about the firearm’s info breach.

    “Nash will do the right thing and fall on his sword. Problem is, he’s so completely and utterly retarded he’ll miss, get up, and wonder what the hell he was doing on the floor in the first place.”

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  9. Simon still seems to be taking policy tips from his trusty bible.

    Key would have backed cannabis reform, with a smile, to show what a good easy going bugger he was.

    Crazy world when my favourite recent PM is a literal Jew-Banker 😂

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    • John Key was pretty readable.
      He was always a banker.
      Never stopped.

      Some of you swallow his backstory -pretty similar to Obama and of course he was great mates with Obama and stood down a few weeks after Prez D J Trump was elected.

      He was so similar to Obama it is like two peas from the same pod.
      Born 5 days apart in Aug 1961; No daddy to watch over him- not so common in the 1960s as it is now; completely off the political radar right through their 20s and 30s; suddenly come to prominence and top dog in their country in Nov 2008 and end it in 2016.
      Both act pretty chilled in a high pressure role – because things were managed in the background.
      No denying Key is intelligent; can’t say the same for Obama- more like cunning opportunist.

      John Key had absolutely no opinion on the most fractious event in NZ’s last 100 years – the Springbok tour, 1981 when he was at university.
      Oh no, no opinion one way or the other. While in a hotbed of activity.
      No opinion even though he wanted to be PM at 8 or 11 or whatever story you listen to.
      Voted Against fairly innocuous Civil Union in 2005 but For the more controversial Gay Marriage Bill 8 years later. No real moral position outside of money.

      He had truckloads of political capital and basically used none of it except a divisive, distracting flag referendum.
      8 years to do something.
      What happened?
      He was pissing on your back and telling you it was raining.

      Govt Debt went from under 10 Billion dollars to over 70 billion dollars in the first 4 years.
      How do you control countries. Get them in debt. N.B. The IMF are not a benevolent uncle!
      The net Govt payout on the approx $40 billion for ChCh rebuilt was just under $10 Billion spread over 6 years so less than $2 billion a year. Not a lot when you look at the Prov Growth Fund and other waste today.
      So Christchurch rebuild was not a major contributor to the massive increase in debt.
      Key raised ‘real’ (not inflation adjusted) benefits before he stepped down. Huh!
      He allowed immigration to pour in (globalist) and yet formed the Auckland Council which killed house building there for 5+ years.
      Manukau alone was approving more houses 2 years before merger than the whole new Auckland wide outfit was approving 2 years later.
      Co-incidence. Yeah, if you believe in those.

      The net effect was playing Econ 101
      Supply and demand.
      Let the people stream in but don’t add to the housing stock.
      In fact the housing stock was declining because:-
      -There were leaky homes (created by Notional in 1990s) that consumed money and resources to tread water and cause stress
      -less housing approval happened while the unready Auckland council fluffed about with a ‘unitary plan’
      – there was wear and tear on housing stock – normal depreciation- with the last big building burst in the first half 1970s
      -apprenticeships had been kicked into touch – by you know who
      – the drift continued into cities from languishing rural towns placing housing stock in the wrong places

      Anyhow, what a convenient alignment presided over by the chosen Mr Key!
      Pour people in whether they suit the country of not and don’t increase housing stock.
      Just rush them in there- for a specific purpose.
      Econ 101. Prices rise to meet the demand. No net new stock but $160 billion in new debt created out of thin air in mortgages.

      No net new houses to back this- just price manipulation.
      As I said Key was smart and he was taking his orders from offshore and his globalist banker mates.
      That is why he was so cool. He did not sweat the big stuff or burn any political capital while he executed this process. He just had to hang in there while taking some abuse until he was instructed he could leave the bridge and go below decks.
      2016. Mission Accomplished.

      Wake up peoples!
      Prove me wrong if you think this is incorrect.
      Play the macro game not the micro game.
      His reward- Chairman of the biggest bank in NZ plus director of ANZ Australia.
      Nice if you can get it.
      Add $70 billion Govt Debt plus $160 Billion in debt for your mates and the rewards will flow.
      Chuck in Auckland Council where the combined debt of all the previous councils (in existence for over 100 years) merged together was $3 Billion and this ramped up to $7 Billion in the next 3 years with absolutely nothing to show for it because there was paralysis while the ‘unitary plan’ was formed.
      No capital growth, just a stack of debt.
      Oh yeah, also make sure every major city has a big spending Labour or Green Mayor.

      The globalists had done this before with merging Brisbane and Toronto and had a good blueprint for maximum impact this time around.
      Sometimes we were the guinea pig (1980s) and sometimes phase 2.
      Anyway, pretty cool > add a Quarter of a Trillion Dollars in debt to your country
      – ought to be worth a knighthood.

      The only amusement I get from this was I had a lengthy discussion in 2008 with Craig Foss (finance background) on the 2008 campaign trail. He was so supportive of Key – almost religiously so, like a lot of the followers of the snake oil salesman – and yet Foss was kicked to the curb when Key was done with him.

      Don’t just downtick in blind support of cruisin’ Key.
      Show me where this is wrong.
      Because right now and for the last 10+ years the globalists have been winning.

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      • I will not argue with it but simply ask what did the globalists have to gain by getting that done in NZ?

        BTW on Leighton Smith’s podcast last week or maybe the week before he talked with Olivia Pearson and she said worked with National on a small bit of the 2008 campaign. She was amazed how “head over heals” they all were with Obama –wonderful to have the first black President etc. etc. I think she was really saying she was surprised at the shallow thinking at the time.

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        • you say
          ‘what did the globalists have to gain’

          Get the place in debt and one has more control on policy
          NZ had low debt in 2008 whereas others like Ireland were in deep debt.
          Yet we were all told about the mighty Celtic tiger.
          Tiger on a chain, if you will.

          Iceland on the other hand told the bankers to GFY.
          While you might criticize Greece for its debt it should never have been in the Euro and Goldman Sachs doctored the books – for a big fee- and Greece was on a chain.
          These are facts as unpalatable as they may be to people who have been conditioned for too long.
          Greece should not have been there.
          There is a lot of manipulation that goes on.
          Some cant see it.
          Sadly that becomes my problem…and yours.

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  10. Newshub tells us millennials are stressed. Apparently climate change and social media are more of an issue than world war and global recessions.

    1. Mass sterilization of millenials.
    2. De-populate Auckland and Wellington.

    These are essential steps for the survival of humanity.

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  11. Stuff is just so biased

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/opinion-analysis/117924673/cut-taxes-labour-and-earn-the-right-to-reform

    I just read that article that looks like its a balance article, until you get to the part where she says we need to do this and we need to do that.

    It was written by Josie Pagani an ex Labour staffer.

    Anyway she was advocating tax cuts so as to force Nation even further left

    I cant see Labour giving tax cuts in the next budget, its against their dna.

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  12. Happening in Australia, not happening in New Zealand?
    Just a small squeak about it.
    Sort of old stuff, and often being anecdotal, but have NZ bothered to put systems in place to try and stop this, or is it all like SAP gun licence breaches and the deaf blind mute monkeys.

    ….. An increasing number of foreign university students in Australia are cheating on assessments by paying a ghostwriter to do the work for them.

    Ghostwriting or contract cheating is a huge underground industry that sees students with poor English skills outsource work or assessments to an anonymous writer through an overseas website. ,,,,,
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7744405/Inside-dark-world-Chinese-ghostwriters-Australian-universities.html

    Earlier this year One News did an investigation.

    claims as many as half the international students at Auckland University are buying other people’s work and passing it off as their own.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/exclusive-buying-essays-ghostwriters-allegedly-widespread-among-international-students-nz-universities

    Would universities care? Bums on seats with wads of the money.
    The academia educationalists are happy to shut down free speech, and take the money.
    Does the government care? The economy seems good with plenty of GDP. 🙂
    So who can speak out about these things? with out being called racist?

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    • If these moaners put half their energy into a vaccination campaign lives may be saved.
      Instead David Tua is hopping up and down about a cartoon when he probably couldn’t read the caption for himself.
      A few folk with their priorities askew.

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    • And Otago DT rolled over in face of some arrogant Maori tart and her mates making a noise on the street.
      That paper is going down.
      No guts among them.

      I thought it was a really good skit and it made the point really well.
      The Samoans and their slack attitudes and their failure to promote good health standards desrve to be held accountable along with the anti vaxers.
      Obviously they all thought it was better to waste money on all manner of stufff rather than protect their babies.
      Disgrace is theirs to bear.
      Seemingly they didn’t even bother here either.

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    • I wouldn’t call myself humourless or at all PC….. but IMHO that cartoon was in extremely poor taste and totally unfunny on any level. There’s such thing as compassion and this man seems to lack any. Prick.

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  13. This if theft of the highest order.
    Insanely corrupt and never audited.

    How Much Will the Paris Agreement Cost?

    Under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, developed countries have committed to mobilise $100 billion in climate finance per year, but are falling far short of this goal. To date, just $10.3bn has been pledged by developed country parties to the Green Climate Fund.

    Now, a new analysis performed by International Justice Initiative at the University of Tasmania, shows clearly that:

    The total cost for developing countries to implement their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) is more than US$4.4 trillion. This is based on the costs developing countries have included in their NDCs for implementing their plans for climate change mitigation, as well as adapting to its impacts and addressing the loss and damage it causes.

    https://worldat1c.org/how-much-will-the-paris-agreement-cost-85f78d9a035a

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      • Yes.
        However, we are led to believe that we will have 100 million more mouths to feed and that they will be a burden on an already unsustainable planet.
        The truth is, a very large proportion will grow to become tax payers and borrowers.
        If only half gain employment and each pay $50.00 tax in one day, that’s a cool billion.
        After fifty years the tax gatherers remain filthy rich and still get to control the population and their behaviour.
        They design and build the trough.
        It’s dimensions are whatever they say they are.

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  14. A European Army? It’ll Never Happen.
    The dream of an EU alternative to U.S. protection is just that. NATO remains as essential as ever.

    That’s certainly what German Chancellor Angela Merkel seems to feel. She even told Macron that she’s sick of having “to glue together the cups you have broken so that we can then sit down and have a cup of tea together.” Strong tea for a pair that prefers to be seen cuddling.

    And yet Merkel, like Macron, is also on record calling for Europeans to wean themselves from the U.S. by creating “a real, true European army.” Those two ideas go together: The only theoretical answer to less American protection is more European self-defense.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2019-12-02/a-european-army-will-never-happen-nato-remains-essential

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  15. The outrage Olympics are in full swing over the amusing cartoon about the measles outbreak in Samoa.

    Newshub responds by demanding we see it as “white privilege hate” [sic]

    Then to show how filled with love and acceptance they are – they proceed to call South Islanders racist rednecks and refer to white people as pieces of shit.

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  16. Oh how the MSM try to muddy the waters.

    Jeffrey Epstein’s Long-Time Banker Found Dead From Hanging, Immediately Ruled a ‘Suicide’

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/jeffrey-epsteins-long-time-banker-found-dead-from-hanging-immediately-ruled-a-suicide/

    Banker who signed off Trump loans found dead after killing himself

    Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/11/29/banker-who-signed-off-trump-loans-found-dead-after-killing-himself-11237879/?ito=cbshare

    It is reported that people who have dirt on the Clintons, now have an 84.3% chance of being suicided.
    Hunter Biden next?

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  17. I have an apology to make.
    Last week I mentioned Guy Williams as the journo who was pushing the name change for the Crusaders.
    I was wrong.
    It was the guy Wall that was interviewed by Peter Williams this morning about a new book he has released on the World Cup.
    Wall was the one who kicked off the whole move and he told Williams this morning that he still thought the Crusaders should change their name.
    Who the hell do these journos think they are?

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  18. Chippy Hipkins doing what he does best. Fuck things up. Post from Nikki Kaye which I have copied and pasted.

    Quote:

    The Government’s recent school infrastructure announcement excludes State Integrated Schools which they believe breaches their agreement with the Crown.

    Education Minister Chris Hipkins has said State Integrated Schools can use attendance dues to modernise or upgrade their buildings. Mr Hipkins clearly doesn’t understand his own Government’s responsibilities. Attendance dues are used for the payment down of debt to get the buildings to a state standard. The Crown has accepted the obligation to maintain Integrated School premises in a state of repair comparable to a state school.

    The Integrated Schools have a clear case that if the Crown sees the need to increase maintenance funding for State Schools then the Government has an obligation to provide funding for State Integrated Schools, otherwise the Government is discriminating.

    The Minister needs to fix this mistake quickly, otherwise his Government is heading to Court and the Minister will have to defend what appears to be a clear breach of the agreement with the Crown.

    Associate Education Minister Jenny Salesa is reported to be having a crisis meeting with the Integrated Schools representatives tonight. Mr Hipkins needs to front up to this meeting and explain why he has potentially broken the agreement.

    But it’s no wonder Mr Hipkins is confused about the agreement given he’s delegated all responsibility for the relationship with the 330 schools to his Associate and hasn’t formally met with the Association of Integrated Schools.

    Mr Hipkins has a habit of rolling out flawed and unfair education policies. The donation scheme excluded a third of schools, the rollout of the learning support coordinator roles was deeply unfair, and this school infrastructure announcement may have broken a fundamental agreement with 330 schools representing 90,000 students.

    It’s time for the Minister to own up to his mistake in leaving Integrated Schools out of the policy change, otherwise his Government is heading to Court.

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    Go Chippy, you fucked up, incompetent twat.

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