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  1. Ed still asleep this morning.. The bad news first .Minister of religion and Minister of Health announces the ultimate insult to you rich pricks..
    Yep you heard it here first.
    Micheal “rich prick” Cullen has been ap[pointed to Chair the BOP DHB.

    Not the person who should but a Labour sour faced toady.

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      • There must be a influx of Chinese going to the Coast and the Labour Party have sent there best to get donations. Remember Barker has form in these matters.

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    • There should be a limit on how long an ex-poly can suck from the taxpayer trough. It is always the ones without other skills, interests, or indeed personality to do anything else who hang around interminably for their own financial advantage.

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    • Surely after a career of failure in government, topped off by the failed attempt to return Cullen to the government in a paid, non-elected position post the Capital Gains Tax failure – Cullen falls short on the competency requirements for board membership?

      Oh wait, even if a judicial review was sought the case would be heard by Judge Collins (no conflict of interest here, nothing to see move on) and he would hand down one of his Xerox decisions “At the lower end of the offending scale, no sexual intent in the case, case dismissed”.

      Finlayson’s legacy is a judiciary stacked with fellow chardonnay socialist judges and the NZ justice system deteriorating to the same level it was in the US when Trump took over – unfortunately for us – there is no one in sight who understand democracy and freedom enough to do what Trump has done and steadfastly populated the benches around his nation with fair-minded non-cucked judges to combat the lunatic political idealogues Obama put in place.

      Oh and while on judges. Funny how the MSM doesn’t report that the vile hag (Pamela Karlan) who verbally attacked Trump’s son (during the impeachment witch hunt hearings) was going to be Hillary Clinton’s nomination to SCOTUS!

      She was an unbiased, unconflicted witness wasn’t she? Why are lunatic lefties such deeply unpleasant and ugly-spirited people?

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  2. Winston Peters blasts the National Party in another social media video, says Simon Bridges ‘must have amnesia’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/12/winston-peters-blasts-the-national-party-in-another-social-media-video-says-simon-bridges-must-have-amnesia.html

    Winston Peters is loving his social media videos lately. The last time it was blasting “fake news”, this time it’s blasting the opposition leader.

    “It’s a bit rich Simon Bridges claiming if you are a celebrity, you get special treatment from the Government,” said Deputy Prime Minister and New Zealand First leader Peters, in another odd rant posted to Twitter on Friday.

    Rt Hon @winstonpeters speaks on National’s breathtaking hypocrisy over the Kris Faafoi immigration issue. pic.twitter.com/YvrgLU6liE
    — New Zealand First (@NZFirstNews) December 6, 2019

    “Mr Bridges must have amnesia.”

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    • Winston Peters is just making diversion from his own failings. Switching the matter rather than responding usefully is an art form for him. He could not complete a form that many New Zealanders of mature years have no issue in completing accurately. He would be wise to hold his counsel I suggest.

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  3. Winston is such an arsehole ain’t he. No doubt the amnesia will set in once the foundation gets exposed for the sham it is.

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      • Don’t you know it’s the same as the National Party’s foundation, cause Winston said so..? //
        But i would rather donate to the National Party foundation myself !~

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  4. US Economy Adds 266,000 Jobs in November, Exceeding Expectations
    By Tom Ozimek

    The Labor Department has released a stronger than expected November jobs report Friday, buoyed in part by General Motors workers returning to the workforce after a strike.

    The report said 266,000 jobs were added in November, a figure significantly higher than the expected gain of about 180,000, according to economists polled by MarketWatch.

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  5. John Armstrong’s opinion: Despite lead in polls, National should be worried by Jacinda Ardern’s recent ‘double whammy’

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2019/12/06/john-armstrongs-opinion-how-long-will-nationals-poll-bump-last.html

    “National’s rating, however, may be more of a function of what Labour has been doing wrong as much as what National has been getting right.

    Plagued by its dreadful handling of sexual assault allegations laid against a staff member and stung by Bridges’ now constant refrain that the Prime Minister is “all talk and no delivery”, Labour has looked a distracted beast in recent months.

    No longer, however. The latest 1 NEWS poll was conducted prior to last weekend’s Labour Party conference. That gathering of the party faithful will likely go down as a watershed moment.

    In one swoop, Labour spiked National’s heavy artillery. It has done so by focusing on bread and butter matters, while simultaneously capitalising on a heaven-sent opportunity to shift the goal posts in the ongoing debate over economic policy to its advantage.”

    So Cindy saved the next election for Labour at last weekend’s Labour Party conference!
    🤡🤡🤡

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    • So, as a Labour party you can:

      * endorse corruption and the selling of policies for dollars
      * release wildlife sanctuaries back to industry as part of your coalition agreement
      * allow overfishing in our waters as part of your coalition agreement
      * give benefits to selected industries as part of your coalition agreement
      * worsen the damage to the environment by captains call
      * condone sexual assault of minors
      * condone giving alcohol to minors
      * support a sexual predator in the prime ministers office
      * preside over the first drop in immunisation rates in NZ that likely led to the crisis in Samoa
      * fail completely at doing anything on the housing crisis
      * increase the number of people suffering on a benefit, rather than being in gainful employment
      * worsen child poverty in New Zealand
      * worsen health outcomes for New Zealanders as a whole
      * worsen educational outcomes with the removal of charter schools
      * worsen tertiary enrolments with a fees free policy
      * have one minister resign as the was corruptly trying to influence the media
      * have a minister grant residency to a drug dealer who supplies to family of high-ups in the Labour Party
      * have a minister attempt to influence the immigration outcomes for friends
      * support musicians that glorify rape and murder of your political opponents
      * change electoral law without following a proper consultation and democratic process

      And still. You’re seen as a good option for this country? What the fuck is wrong with not only our media but the people that vote for this shit?

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      • Simon Bridges has 1 million rounds of ammo against labour but he never fires a shot, he should be miles ahead in the polls yet here he is doing nothing.

        That is why National will lose.

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        • I suspect you are right; I also think National will lose the next election. Not just for non-performance, but because the Media Party is out there and he’s not showing himself capable of fighting back against them like Winston Peters can, for example.

          But given how ineffective he is in opposition, what makes you think he should be the Prime Minister? I’d rather not have Labour or National in charge of this country; they’re both big state, control driven political groups.

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        • i don’t think now is the time to attack too much.
          Just let the COL make their own mistakes.
          Start getting stuck in about June next year!
          After Roberstons give away budget?

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          • Really Dig? By then, all this material will be more than a year old. It’ll be useless. And as you don’t know when Ardern will call an election, trying to time discrediting the government to when she does is a fool’s game. If Bridges were undermining her NOW he’d be helping to shape public opinion.

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    • Not in my book. The PM is leading a government that sets aside democratic process and is reducing the economic prospects for New Zealand.

      One burst of scripted oratory at a staged event is not going to do it.

      The current coalitions days are numbered.

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    • But don’t forget that governments loose elections – oppositions do not win them. It is nigh-on impossible for an opposition to unseat a government. Yes, I know Cindy did it in 2017 – but of course, she didn’t. She had help.

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  6. Proof that we’re living in a totalitarian state

    Two things:
    – monochromatic propaganda being pumped out 24/7 by state-funded media outputs
    – censorship and complete media black-outs of wrong-think

    The last in particular is what I find particularly terrifying. Here we are with a major European nation well into it’s second year of ongoing mass protests – and it’s never mentioned on our state-run news sites. Yet if Sue Bradford and four other unwashed dole bludgers protest the TPP – it gets wall to wall news coverage.

    What we can’t see on our TV screens is what revolution looks like, but the NWO globalists are utterly petrified of what might happen if we are allowed to see it.

    The news black-out on the anti-Macron protesters is the most chilling thing I can recall, yes I think it’s even worse than the ongoing coup being perpetrated against Trump in the US.

    Dark days are coming unless things change.

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      • Gnats had nine years to do something and did not spend even 3c of political capital.

        They are not going to do anything.
        They are shadow labour now.
        Gnats clap their hands to anything labour do.
        All the 1 to 119 votes should make this very clear.

        You know who the 1 is, right?
        the 119 hate transparency and democracy; never-mind good law.

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        • On the plus side, from next electoral cycle on-wards it’ll be 3 to 117. Hopefully one day the other Kiwis will realise that National and Labour and the Greens are there to take from Kiwis to line their own nests.

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    • So many at the Spanish UN Climate Change Conference COP 25 (2 – 13 December 2019) will be pleased that flow of fossil fuels has been stopped. 🙁

      …. 390 filling stations have no fuel at all, and another 389 have limited supplies. ….
      …… According to the workers this will increase their fuel prices by 45 percent …..
      …. In a separate dispute about a different type of fuel tax, hauliers are also planning on staging rolling road blocks across France from Saturday, December 7th onwards. ….

      https://www.thelocal.fr/20191203/oil-depot-blockages-cause-fuel-shortages-in-france

      A bigger effect and a number of important issues, on many people in France than the Extinction Rebellion.

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      • How will they all fly home from the Spanish UN Climate Change Conference COP 25 in their private jets or first class commercial if there is no fossil fuel to refine?? Start flapping CC boys and girls, it’s going to be a headwind all the way.
        🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

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    • A reason why the Coalition of Clowns and national stupidly legislated the theft of certain firearms as they realised just how effective in the right hands they could be should a gathering of Politicians experience another Christchurch event. Happily there are other equally effective ways of achieving the same result, 2020 about Oct Nov should see that happen.

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      • I’ve heard 19 September speculated on as an election date. Still, if it takes a bit longer than that Labour’s coalition is bound to find ways we can’t even imagine to stuff things up. All good grist for the election mill for Act and National to win.

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  7. Confirmed. I told yas.

    The evil has decended on the Bay. apparently we have too many rich pricks here.

    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/228640-sir-michael-cullen-to-lead-bay-of-plenty-dhb.html?fbclid=IwAR2wgK18J5FJjmD7RKIqV58gqIlg8jMViMMuuKMkgvL_Y6_OxN_RlSbPmAY

    So Clark has introduced to the DHB three Maori from other tribes not associated with our locals. Two from down the Bay and one there is no assocityion named. Qualified they may be but tribalism is still alive and well. Don’t think this will go down well with the locals.

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    • So DHB elections are a thing of the past now are they? Once we used to vote for the members of the board. Waikato not this last election due to Board incompetence is every board going the same way?

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      • https://www.health.govt.nz/new-zealand-health-system/key-health-sector-organisations-and-people/district-health-boards/dhb-board-appointment-process
        …Each DHB board has up to 11 members, of which four may be appointed by the Minister of Health….

        You get a lot of riff raff on these boards to be fair.
        They are generally so obscure that it is name recognition that gets them in and we know an empty barrel makes the most noise.

        The only good thing about the DHB election is that it uses STV which is a smarter voting system even if the results don’t have much meaning and people seldom hear in the 3 years in between unless it is the scabby Southern DHB screwing up, again.

        The Govt usually appoints the Chairperson and they control the agenda.
        It is not real democracy, barely a veneer.
        A Klarkenfuhrer bastardisation which Gnats did not touch in nine long, sleepy years in power.

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    • Here is what the miserable Cullen had to say.

      Sir Michael Cullen says he is looking forward to his new role as chairman of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board.

      Announced in his new role today, Sir Michael said the focus of the first few weeks will be to get an understanding of what the job entails.

      “My main interests are going to be in how the DHB can better support primary health care facilities and facilities in smaller centres around the area – which is quite a large one.”

      Fact; The DHB has pioneered the medical services to far flung neighborhoods. did so under Tony Ryall.
      Dental trucks, medical trucks and caravans. See them lined up in holiday times at the former RSA property in Cameron Rd.

      He is given a paid job and has no idea what the fuck the DHBH does. This doesn’t augur well for this area.

      Wonder if he knows about Peter Gilling? World leader in urology.
      or about their cancer treatment facility.
      Perhaps he will get the Minister to give the DHB more money to match our growing older population.
      But then probably isn’t even aware of that.

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    • Lit by environmental activists, like in Brazil.

      “See there’s a climate emergency (so long as we manufacture the proof)”

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      • Even if they did not directly light them; you can be guaranteed it’s the semi-rural, don’t do burn-offs near my house attitude that contributed to this.

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    • The thing is (of course) that Aussie has **always** had huge fires!
      The proof? Many plants and trees there have evolved in such a way that they NEED fires in order to reproduce and spread their seeds!

      Stupid greenies panicking about fires over there don’t know their arse from their elbow.

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      • Yep, happening long, long ago before there were houses and petroleum filled vehicles as added fuel to fires.

        Some of course, sadly, is vandalism.
        A solution for such firebugs could be to chuck them on a funeral pyre, ready or not !!

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  8. All in the name of diversity, and cultural enrichment; move on, nothing to see here.

    “We Arabs are here to take over your fucking country so go down on your fucking knees and suck my cock your Swedish little whore,” said the Arab man in an angry rant posted to Facebook.

    The 53-year-old Swedish man responded on a Facebook group called ‘Political Facts’ with some strong words of his own.

    “Disgusting arab crabs disappear from here,” he wrote.

    The man was reported to police …….

    …. sentenced by ….. court for hate speech against a protected group and forced to pay SEK 22,200 (roughly $2,300 US dollars).

    The court argued that the man’s comments were aimed at Arabs and not just at the individual.

    …. appealed the decision to the High Court, but it was upheld, although his fine was reduced to SEK 16,200 in addition to another SEK 800 he was asked to pay to the Crime Victims Fund. …..

    ….. As we have previously highlighted, despite worsening problems 1 with sexual assaults, grenade attacks and violent crime in migrant areas, Swedes who complain about the situation have found themselves dragged before the courts. …..
    [a number of other court cases mentioned]
    ….. In 2017, a 70-year-old Swedish woman was prosecuted 1 for hate speech for saying she saw migrants setting fire to cars, something that happens all the time in Sweden.
    https://politicalbullpen.com/t/swedish-man-who-insulted-muslim-for-threat-to-take-over-your-fucking-country-charged-with-hate-crime/6119
    Holding tight reins on their citizens,

    Although the opposition party looks like it will be the largest party, and will be about 25%, easily circumvented as the other parties simply will not work with them.

    It needs 50%+ of voters good thinking for any real change, and in the mean time, far too much division and sidelines with climate change, feminism, UN, globalism, “punching above their weight”, etc.
    Just like another little country in the antipodes, led by politicians, academia, media, educationalists, judiciary, as the people who will guide you as “the man from the government and I am here to help you”, that is for their best interests. 🙁

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    • Former Scania CEO is all over the place.
      Believes that there were some mistakes, and will do it better next time. Yeah right.

      “We must get it right.
      If this continues, we may end up in an uncontrolled situation where internal wars will erupt and we may be forced to deploy our military in these so-called vulnerable areas”

      he had placed money abroad to avoid Swedish taxation. His comment
      “Here, you pay 20-30 million a year, what the hell do I get for the money?”

      https://sputniknews.com/europe/201910291077173516-former-scania-ceo-warns-of-upcoming-civil-war-in-sweden/

      This supposed intelligent guy gets woke & well bitten with his ideal society. 🙂
      He has not learned any thing about life,

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      • Sweden can’t have a war. It is neutral 🙂

        The Swedes are doormats and this is why the re-colonisation is working so well.
        Socialism kills.
        Scotland was the home of so much innovation in the 1900s but the last 70 years, definitely not.
        Sweden was a massive innovator until about 30 years ago but with the govt reaching into their pockets with eye-watering taxation and people’s acceptance (even embracing) of socialism there is only one outcome.
        Doormats.
        Doormats get stepped on.

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    • “Taukolo searched the database more than 20,000 times over a 16 month period. 25 per cent of those were made on a day off, which in itself is not allowed by the police.

      While Taukolo was on leave or unwell, he made about 1200 searches. Some of the searches included finding details on 34 of his colleagues, himself and his family members.

      The court heard he made a profit of $70,000 and when police conducted a search of his home found $30,000 cash in his bedroom. ”

      You’d think the police would have very good systems for weeding out those applying to be recruits susceptible to corruption by family, friends and known associates. Don’t the cops at least prevent recruits working in areas where they have grown up, especially in dodgy areas such as South Auckland?

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      • Add in for this piece of shit cop
        …Taukolo was also convicted on Monday for wilfully damaging the Femme Fatale brothel in September and fined $250.
        Police said he was “too intoxicated to make a statement” at the time after he broke a glass panel in a door and a window of the brothel, which had shut…

        That piece of shit crim-hugger Marie Dyhrberg was involved.
        Why am I not surprised.
        ..Dyhrberg QC accepted there had been a serious breach of trust and Taukolo accepted he’d brought the police into disrepute.
        “He did have a great fall from grace…but the defendant here did not become a criminal,” she said…

        Hold on a goddamn minute
        Taukolo … who admitted illegally accessing the police database to leak information to an organised criminal group has been sentenced to 2 years and 2 months in jail…

        He is a criminal and a bad one associating with gangs in extreme legal cases for cash reward. So bad he actually got sent to jail and that is a rarity in NZ.
        He is a criminal.
        Dyhrberg is an officer of the court. I think this is one place where she is lying like hell.
        Crim huggers be crim huggers.

        With the money Dyhrberg makes defending scum surely she can buy a wig instead of nauseating us with that rat-chewed hair!
        At least Raelene Castle has some wigs.

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      • Taukolo – very Anglo Saxon name that….. Yes I am guilty of Racial Stereotyping, and I’ll retract this if its found that he is a fine upstanding White, Anglo Saxon, Protestant ( or Catholic).

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    • NZ Poo lice successes in 2019
      (…………)

      ‘Success has many fathers but failure is an orphan’
      Let meet some orphans:-

      -Brenton Tarrant, Brenton Tarrant, Brenton Tarrant for that is the name of the foreign national, alleged assassin who was granted a firearm licence after a few weeks in NZ with no friends and no standing in the community
      -Armed flying squads
      -Door stopping people who like free speech
      -Protecting the PTPMs toyboy
      -Palmerston North Police Station
      -Police crime and corruption
      -Gunning down mentally unwell people
      -Gore poo lice lost not only firearms but a poo lice car
      -Apology to Peter Ellis ..wait that should not be here
      -Ihumatao guitar playing
      -Extinction Reb running free in Wellington. Piggies say oh, stay home and let them destroy the city centre and terrorise the people who are lawfully there. If you fight back you will be arrested.
      -They are so anti-gun (well, for you law abiding plebs) they misled for days when a Rakaia farm worker was killed pretending it was a gunshot when it was not
      Protest OMV all you like; they are bad oil people

      lies lies lies from the top cop down
      Not my piggies

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  9. There is a new modern production of ‘Wizard Of Oz’ In the making.

    Dorothy will be played by Jacinda Ardern, who hasn’t a fucking clue where she is most of the time anyway.

    The Wicked Witch of the East is a cameo piece for Meka Whaitiri.

    The Tin Man will be played by Clare Curran who tells Dorothy she has no need for a heart & will settle for a dozen sausage rolls.

    The cowardly Lion will be played by Simon Bridges qualified by a yellow stripe down his back.

    The Scarecrow will be played by Julie Anne Genter who remains true to the part & wishes she had a brain.

    The wizard will be played by Winston Peters who pretends to be all their friends while white anting Princess & filling his trusts with slush funds.

    Toto was to have been played by Trixie, a cute little Jack Russell terrier, but the Korean chef on the set hired to provide diversity thought she was lunch.

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  10. Seems like another lot with inside connections.
    A tip of the ice berg? , so how much else gets through.
    A fair bit must be getting through, as it is in such large shipments.

    Two of three suspects have been alleged to be customs agents, according to Australian Federal Police.

    ‘They are trusted insiders within the industry. They used their position of trust to circumvent the border controls within Australia,’

    …….. equivalent to 16 million drug deals – would have a significant impact on drug supply.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7757329/More-1BILLION-worth-ice-seized-Australias-biggest-drug-meth-bust.html

    Doubt it would have much effect on supply, as probably the size shows that some “gangs” are stock piling and so controlling supply and another shipment will slip through,

    A lot of money floating around to tempt, to control, to buy power, and a lot of lawns to be mowed.

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    • We live in an age where group approval is seen as mortality. Popularity has replaced any considered moral philosophy.

      This is not a new thing as it relates to the herd mentality of most humans. However social media has taken it to the absurd.

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  11. Life after deportation, just return; probably benefits & accommodation allowances too.
    The world loves a trier, and seems to be so true.

    A total of 28,283 migrants who applied for asylum in Germany since 2012 have made their way back to Germany, despite having been previously deported. Around 5,000 migrants have returned multiple times after they had been denied asylum,
    https://voiceofeurope.com/2019/12/nearly-30000-failed-asylum-seekers-have-returned-to-germany-after-being-deported/

    Revolving doors, and a “wellness & kindness” judiciary system etc..
    So how do they cover the costs of this travel? tickets? people smugglers?

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  12. I *sooooo* want to get the word out to young people about why things are as they are.

    Telling them about leftist scum like Rudi Dutschke and his “long march through the institutions”.
    Telling them why the “global warming” BS *is* BS.

    It’d be good if more young people came here. I’m guessing that like myself (57), most people here are 40, 50 or older. Any 20-somethings here?

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    • On my 32nd birthday a friend called me up and said: “Congratulations, you can now legally date a woman half your age.“. Now I’m somewhere between a third and a quarter in that measurement.

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    • They not only stupid and closed minded, but fake and narcissistic. They are lost forever. There is no reason or morality left in them to appeal to.

      There are some switched on types who despair of their own generation. But they already get it.

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      • Prerequisite:
        You have to be fake to be deemed real.
        If you are not a tragic yet, we will summon the Goddess of frowns to bear down on you and vacuum any evidence of logic and sense of fairness from your psyche.
        For my kingdom doth not acknowledge the inklings of your mind, yet gleefully accepts all the fruits of your labour.
        All bow before the Red Queen.

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  13. The “welfare magnet” attracts many inconvenient consequences.

    …. Denmark as an “ideal setting” for studying the “welfare magnet” ,,,,,
    …… “The benefit reduction reduced the net flow of immigrants by about 5,000 people per year, or 3.7 percent of the stock of treated immigrants, and the subsequent repeal of the policy reversed the effect almost exactly.” ….

    https://voiceofeurope.com/2019/12/study-generous-social-welfare-systems-attract-more-migrants/

    Once the fix is in, very difficult to remove, as the “human rights” demand that people are educated, health, pensions, and then supplied with accommodation, food, minimum & now living wage etc… as it all slowly ramps up, using “safety & health” issues, with ideals of “think of the children” & “no child left behind” as it “takes a village to raise a child”, with a “wellness & kindness” budget etc..

    Tax demands, to take away initiative, and why work so hard, when one can just receive the munificence of the state.

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  14. This does seem very much in line with the CoL policies. 🙁

    …the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit kicking off today in New York City.

    Since these supposedly non-binding international agreements can sometimes be a bit tricky to decode, what with all the weaponized buzz terms and semantics games, we’ve prepared a handy dandy translator on the 17 new Agenda 2030 goals below.

    Goal 1:- End poverty in all its forms everywhere
    Translation: Centralized banks, IMF, World Bank, Fed to control all finances, digital one world currency in a cashless society

    Goal 2:- End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
    Translation: GMO

    Goal 3:- Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
    Translation: Mass vaccination, Codex Alimentarius

    Goal 4:- Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
    Translation: UN propaganda, brainwashing through compulsory education from cradle to grave

    Goal 5:- Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
    Translation: Population control through forced “Family Planning”

    Goal 6:- Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
    Translation: Privatize all water sources, don’t forget to add fluoride

    Goal 7:- Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
    Translation: Smart grid with smart meters on everything, peak pricing

    Goal 8:- Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
    Translation: TPP, free trade zones that favor megacorporate interests

    Goal 9:- Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
    Translation: Toll roads, push public transit, remove free travel, environmental restrictions

    Goal 10:- Reduce inequality within and among countries
    Translation: Even more regional government bureaucracy like a mutant octopus

    Goal 11:- Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
    Translation: Big brother big data surveillance state

    Goal 12:- Ensure sustainable consumption and production
    patterns
    Translation: Forced austerity

    Goal 13:- Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts*
    Translation: Cap and Trade, carbon taxes/credits, footprint taxes (aka Al Gore’s wet dream)

    Goal 14:- Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
    Translation: Environmental restrictions, control all oceans including mineral rights from ocean floors

    Goal 15:- Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
    Translation: More environmental restrictions, more controlling resources and mineral rights

    Goal 16:- Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
    Translation: UN “peacekeeping” missions (ex 1, ex 2), the International Court of (blind) Justice, force people together via fake refugee crises and then mediate with more “UN peacekeeping” when tension breaks out to gain more control over a region, remove 2nd Amendment in USA ……….

    .. Goal 17:- Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
    Translation: Remove national sovereignty worldwide, promote globalism under the “authority” and bloated, Orwellian bureaucracy of the UN

    http://truthstreammedia.com/2015/09/25/agenda-2030-translator-how-to-read-the-uns-new-sustainable-development-goals/

    Decided not to edit, as all of those goals are effecting the world, and will flow on into NZ systems.
    So how many parallels of the UN taking sovereignty over NZ with the CoL, did you spot?

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    • If they get sat nav’s issued by this mob in power the only instruction will be ‘turn left’

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  15. Huge anti abortion rally outside parliament. Stages big screens bag pipes and thousands of Christian’s from all over NZ.

    Now I’ve seen it with my own eyes and talked with them to hear their views, let’s see the msm spin.

    I’m pro choice but anti bullshit and bias.

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  16. Just like this climate change cult and all the snowflakes that’s going along with it..?
    Wonder which will differ from the other, religion or climate change !~

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      • I guess Kea, the fucking climate loons can take away our multiple use plastic bags whereas the religious can give you a bible !~

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        • You couldn’t slip a cigarette paper between them. They’re both insane, they both suffer from delusions & they both demand that we live our lives in accordance with the wishes of their imaginary god!

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          • “You couldn’t slip a cigarette paper between them”

            Yes but haven’t you got one of the insane saying the world is going to end because us pragmatic people are fucking it up Nasska..?

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            • Came pretty close to that at Pak&Sav in Kaitai today stigie. We were walking across the carpark when a wee girl races up to the cook & I & gives us a piece of paper each. Turned out to be some propaganda for another weird church.

              I mentioned to her father while out of earshot of the kid that he was a sneaky, Godbothering cunt & left it at that.

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              • nasska we see eye to eye on the big picture. But I don’t bring it down to a personal level in daily life. I have worked with, hung out with, fucked, drank with – Jews Muslims Christian’s Hindus and Buddhists. I stand by my comments but it’s big picture not personal. I’ve even gone to religious services with romantic interests and friends. They mainly just look at me with amused sympathy for being an atheist.

                The religious protesters are very different to the climate crowd and the few I talked with were pleasant folk. Though I held my tongue 🤫

                The worst thing to do with the religious is make them feel persecuted. I focus on the common ground and tend to find more points of agreement than difference.

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                • ” fucked, drank with – Jews Muslims Christian’s Hindus and Buddhists. ”

                  That’s a pretty impressive list.

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              • Do you remember when we used to get plastic straws packaged in a paper protective wrapper?
                Now, after trillions and trillions of dollars have been spent on climate change theories, divisive UN gatherings all over the world and scoldings from the worlds authoritarians, to save our dying planet, all we have been able to come up with, is a paper straw, wrapped in a plastic protective wrapper.
                Clown fucking world!!

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  17. Ritalin infused millennial are like sperm.
    Millions are released, but only one, actually works.

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  18. Four bullets hit Jerrim but eight bullets missed him.

    Investigations also found that at least three of the shots that made contact were from the same officer.

    “Two in the heart and one in the back so he was shot in the back as he ran away,” Kevin says.

    Police say they will not apologise because no fault was found on its part and Jerrim’s actions left them with no choice.

    The IPCA report found the shift commander knew about the 111 call about five minutes before shots were fired and should have relayed that information to the police on the ground.

    His toxicology report showed he had been off his medication when he was killed.

    “He wasn’t frightened of the police unless he was off his medication and then he had a real fear of them,” Kevin says.

    “The end result wasn’t good was it, we ended up with him in a body bag.”

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/12/jerrim-toms-shooting-family-of-bipolar-man-slain-by-police-blame-cops.html?fbclid=IwAR1Sq3OEOUtDUsHtkymT15iNCHZBffnYmwZhyrbVTqeWL73f2EmzjP2xNT8

    “The dog was standing right next to the officer while he was firing the gun,” he says.

    “All they had to do was release him and then he would’ve pulled Jerrim down without any trouble.”

    The IPCA investigation found the officers were acting in self-defence.

    About time the IPCA was replaced with people with credibility.
    shooting someone in the back. Shooting someone when a dog was available.

    NZ’s shooot to kill policy.

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  19. Wait till we get to Mexican standards
    Huge gun fights like you see in the movies!
    Mayors killed (that could be good)
    And even the army are scared to go in.

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