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  1. Just for the Perky Parrot.

    Recently, I’ve noticed a strong resurgence of a lazy tendency to blame all the world’s problems on “the Jews”.

    I think this is especially important since a growing number of influential alt-media platforms such as Russia Insider have moved not only towards an absolutely anti-Jewish, but also a dangerously pro-Hitler narrative that I believe must be nipped in the bud and put into some rational perspective.


    I guess that should keep him excited all day.



    • Small steps at first as NZ looks to catch up.

      Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
      German Democratic Republic was a state that existed from 1949 to 1990,
      Somali Democratic Republic,
      Democratic Republic of Vietnam,
      People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen,
      Democratic Republic of Afghanistan
      People’s Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

      All of them “punching above their weight”

      Well principled names “ayy Comrade” and with the NZ flavour of democratic “partnership” concept. 🙁

      With Chief Censor David Shanks guiding hand for the death to “free speech” as one of the fundamentals of “democracy” 🙁



    • It is not given we the taxpayers are paying. This taxpayer does not wish to pay the costs of any political promotion under such a guise. Quite content with media gathering news and then I’ll pay for what I wish to consume by subscription or otherwise.

      Being taxed to cover a news service is not sound or appreciated.



  2. Ed do you think it would be a good idea to keep a list of the blatant lies from Jacinda like the one in the article below saying never ever ever about me in the ChristChurch shootings. If we keep a list of them someone different can post a list each day to the media leading into the next Election and you yourself could do a story around them just about every day.



    • CAA appear to be getting very very desperate for “recovery fees” for aeroplanes that discharge.
      An offering would be gathered for them nasska.

      I heard on red radio, after the 8,00 am news, today, and only belatedly taking it in, about a fee, maybe exempted for fertilizer? but the ones that use sprays may still need to pay? and how it will affect agricultural industries.
      First thought it may have been about discharge from passenger plane toilets? and how it was worked out how it is to be paid per kilo.
      I was not really taking it in, but then it mentioned if I heard correctly that it was not supposed to include fertilizer, and they may get or their is a planned exemption?, but leaving the spray guys to pay.
      It sounded as if it would become very costly, as tonnages comes up very quickly when one considers the litres of spray that are made.
      CAA seemed to say that they need the money as cost recovery fees, to cover their costs.

      I have since googled search on rnz website, and generally and cannot find anything about this.
      It was mentioned submissions about this are due early in February 2020.
      General google about CAA, fees, charges has not got me into the loop.

      I can not find any link or mention of this cost, and wonder if it is being slipped in during the Christmas New Year holidays, ready to be rubber stamped in early February.

      Already on other business to a government department, communication links are “absolutely” unskilled and babyish in their set up to cover for their holiday period, while they still they look to threats to extort money with menaces.



        • Of course they will Sooty.

          Thousands of dollars in fees and charges to be made.
          And there will be ways to collect, like charges through rates, taking money from bank accounts, or per stock companies accounts, from proceeds of crops, livestock. etc.. all well practiced government ways,
          The systems are all set up for this.
          Do not even need to send a police man up the driveway.



    • Found it.
      What’s included in the review …..
      ~an examination of current pricing levels of CAA fees, levies, and charges
      the establishment of a funding stream to support the replacement of the CAA’s obsolete technology platform
      ~ two specific policy issues relating to unmanned aircraft operations and the agricultural operations safety levy
      ~ how the Authority might recover the ongoing costs of its functions under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 (HSNO) ……..
      What’s not included in the review
      the funding framework established in 2017 (with the exception of the basis for the agricultural operations safety levy) ….
      …. CAA will consult until 5 pm 14 February 2020

      Another tax, whether on tonnage of sprays and or fertilizer will be horrendous, and, or the number of takeoffs and landings will all add up to unrealistic costs.
      Seems like the CAA are pushing for this and looking for a weak place to put their costs onto.

      Little do tree huggers also realize that since trees are taking over good farmland, to survive they may also need to be aerially fertilized plus sprayed, that is for rusts, blights, insects, and pests.



    • Finally got to the 10.00 am news.

      ….. It was also proposing a 71 per cent increase in the safety levy paid by agricultural operators…..
      ….. “The reality is that operators have to pass on their costs to the end user and by stealth, this is another tax on the farming community,”…..
      ….. Tony Michelle said the agricultural aviation industry opposed the levy structure when it was introduced in 2017.
      He said they did not mind paying their dues, as long as they were fair and equitable, but agricultural operations were now paying considerably more in levies than helicopter tourism operations, for example.

      Michelle said the agricultural operations safety levy should apply more to aircraft applying sprays and not fertiliser, but the levy was a blanket charge, which meant operators were being unfairly targeted.

      He said fertiliser was not classified as a hazardous substance but the fee applied as a per-tonne equivalent.

      Just hope that the agricultural aviation industry keep together and not try and through each other under the bus.

      The CAA seemed to have ignored other submissions, but it is really the government that will be giving the demands, for another tax, that is on Cindy’s unicorn dust of b/s of spraying fertilizer.
      Ardern’s adhan prayer of no new taxes, but through Julie Anne Genter, Associate Minister of Transport.
      Yeah right, not a a healthy mix. 🙁



  3. Simon Wilson is obviously having wet dreams every time he thinks about the Green MP Chloe Swarbrick winning Auckland Central at the 2020 General Election. Does anyone on here think the punterdiscard Nicky Kaye and vote for change to give the Greens a constituent seat in Parliament or am I just being a one eyed National supporter that can’t see what others apparently can in Chloe Swarbrick.



    • I do not see any merit in Chloe Swarbrick. Certainly no where near any suggestion she should get an easy ride into the next parliament. I sruggle to see her on a list and very sure no National MP should stand aside for her.



  4. Morning all, I hope you enjoyed your personal Christmas festivities, lashings of food and alcohol and mostly survived your visiting relatives. 😉 Hubby and I are taking the elderly parents home today. Looking forward to starting our own holiday. 🌴 😊



  5. How long before we see this rationale from Labour regarding the sexual assault on their own people:


    This clip refers to Home Secretary Gordon Browns directive to the UK police NOT to investigate Pakistani sex grooming gangs as, in reference to the victims; “they had made informed choices about their sexual behavior and therefore it is not for you police offices to get involved in”.

    Sound familiar? A bit like “but she used to be in a relationship with Ardern’s senior staffer so it’s ok if he forcibly penetrates her”.

    That’s the problem with Labour. They’re just too bloody rapey.



  6. It’s quite understable to poke fun at official stupidity and it’s good to be able to laugh…. but I can’t laugh at this because the police response was so utterly spineless and tragic, frankly.

    Some woman motorcyclist was stopped at a routine traffic stop where she jumped off her bike and stole a cop car and drove off in it.


    Fucking hell. The stupid cop(s) left the keys in their police car??? And was there a police firearm in the vehicle at the time???

    But the tragic part of this story is the police response. Instead of severely disciplining the officer (gender of course unknown) for gross carelessness and stupidity, they put out this pathetic statement:

    “Thankfully the police officer whose vehicle was stolen was not injured during the incident, but they are understandably shaken and will be supported,” said Mr (rank not given) Pirret.

    It beggars belief that our police force has decayed to this. They shoot unarmed people because they totally overreact, but then when one of them is careless they wet themselves and need ‘support’ for being stupid. Idiots.



  7. Why have a dog and bark to when you can talk about all the laws you want implemented from the results of the ChristChurch shootings and the fuck off to Australia on Eight weeks holiday while leaving it to others to create your lust for power.
    The laziest out of her depth lying piece of crap ever to be the Prime Minister of NZ.



  8. Hi all –

    I’ve heard that the Virtue-Signalling One is now doing a thing with the “Goodnight Kiwi” apparently. Given that this is nothing more than blatant advertising, who can I complain to about this? The Ombudsman? The Governor-General?

    Failing that, maybe the Nats can mercilessly mock her latest gig. I imagine a screen saying “Cindy has now found her perfect job.” Cut to a cartoon Cindy going “blah blah blah blahblah blah” and the audience going “zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……..”.

    I’ve thought of an ad for the election campaign –
    Scene – A doctor’s surgery.
    Patient – “Doctor – I’ve been having trouble sleeping for weeks! Can you do something for me?”
    Doctor – “No problem. Have you heard of adrenaline? That hypes you up. We’ve now found the opposite to it – **ardernaline**. It will send you off to sleep in **seconds.** “



  9. If Cindy should lose the election ex PM have hung around till they get another trough ak Helen.
    Have we ever had a exPM that had not reached retirement age yet?
    Do they get a bennie or do they have wait till 65 like everybody else?
    After Helen got the arse, was she up the very back row of the picture theatre?



  10. I reckon the next bit of news about the stunning and brave frequent flier, will be a round of Botox.
    She will take heed of YSB’s concern for her appearance and her farcical facial contortions.
    I believe the first couple of boxes of vials will be pumped into her cheeks to get that frown upside down.
    She will resemble a chipmunk at first until the swelling goes down and then the next round of toxic sludge will be injected into the droopy eyes and deeply furrowed brow.
    This will let little Neve know, that something is wrong with Mummy, for sure.
    H2B (CG) will say she looks wonderful while poking the neighbours maid and attending to the grass growth as a guise.



  11. Governments always take a mile, while grasping at an inch when creating red tape in its attempt to make many to be inconvenienced or to cost a needless lot of money & time, or be criminalized.

    Until a small part was judiciary challenged in New York city.

    “The city took it on itself in Section 7 of the new regs to tell you what they, at least at that point, thought was sufficiently direct,….. ….. “They’re now making representations that the reg doesn’t mean what it seems to mean….
    My client[s] shouldn’t have to rely on those representations. They should get that in writing in an injunction that would be enforceable. That would be effectual relief.”

    Perhaps the most telling exchange involved not the mootness issue but the constitutionality of the original rules:

    ~Alito: Mr. Dearing, are the people in New York less safe now as a result of the enactment of the new city and state laws than they were before?
    ~Dearing: No, I don’t think so. We made a judgment, expressed by our police commissioner, that it was consistent with public safety to repeal the prior rule and to move forward without it.
    ~Alito: Well, if they’re not less safe, then what possible justification could there have been for the old rule, which you have abandoned?


    Over done ‘Mission Creep’ was well challenged so local government attempted to back down & white wash what they had done.
    Need more of those challenges. 🙂



  12. To Maori and Pasifika voters –

    Many of you currently vote for Labour or the Greens, believing that they “care about you”.
    That is not the case – it is actually *wrong* and I can show that it is wrong.

    Please watch this short video in which Jacinda Ardern admits that Labour axed “national standards” for education and axed the charter schools “because the unions wanted it”.

    BOTH of those things helped children! Charter schools were a HUGE help to the children who attended them, and the children and their parents LOVED them. All of that didn’t matter to Jacinda though – the unions didn’t like them so they were axed.

    Left-wing parties like Labour and the Greens are the same all over the world. They DON’T WANT children in low-income families to get a good education because then those children will SEE THROUGH the LIES that they have been told.

    Left-wing parties want to keep low-income people “on the **welfare plantation**” and keep them DEPENDENT on welfare and STARVING the children of a good education. We can see that in their actions and in their own WORDS, as shown here.

    It is *only* Right-leaning parties like National, Act or the New Conservatives that will give your children the chance of a way out of poverty. Just look at Labour’s record – poverty has WORSENED while they have been in power!

    Minorities in the United States are turning to the (conservative) Republicans in their *millions* – for example, a recent survey gave Trump 32 percent of the black vote!
    Will YOU do the same here and **leave the Left**?

    Please do NOT be swayed by any election bribes that Labour may tempt you with in the New Year. Please think of your **children**. Labour WON’T. They will throw money around but it will make **no difference**.



    • They DON’T WANT children in low-income families to get a good education because then those children will SEE THROUGH the LIES that they have been told.

      They don’t want kids from low-income families getting the awards and Jobs that their little darlings would otherwise have received….
      (also explains why many so-called liberals get pissed off when hard-working Asian kids walk off with all the school prizes)



    • Good points howitis and MW.

      The article about the book “The meritocracy Trap” gives some interesting points though it does come across with an angle that does not really click with me.
      It is the 7 comments that has the highest value for me and a little more succinct. 🙂

      Many different parts to hook together with just as many differing reasons.
      Still it comes back to family principles and commitments and how society supports this.



  13. Dear Socialists,

    New Zealanders are tired of having their ancestors compared to the migrants of today.
    Settling in an underdeveloped land, and building a civilization,
    is not comparable to showing up in a post-industrial nation and signing up for benefits.

    We are fed up with this nonsense. Please cease and desist.



  14. Since we are already copying Virginias gun law b.s, why not go the whole hog?
    This will happen in New Zealand.
    I have personally witnessed the aerial surveying done by drones. It fact, I received a letter stating, that is what they would be doing in my area.

    Non-White Democrats in Virginia Seek to Outlaw White Flight and Creation of White Suburbs

    Democrats in Virginia may override local zoning to bring high-density housing, including public housing, to every neighborhood statewide — whether residents want it or not.
    The move, which aims to provide “affordable housing,” might be fiercely opposed by local officials throughout the state, who have deliberately created and preserved neighborhoods with particular character — some dense and walkable, others semi-rural and private — to accommodate people’s various preferences.

    But Democrats tout a state-level law’s ability to replace “not in my backyard” with “yes, in your backyard.




        • By their deeds you shall know them SC.

          It is a simple self evident fact, unlike the vile jew filth and lies you have been brainwashed with.

          This is why so many cultures have ended up rejecting them. It’s not because of some imaginary condition called “anti semitism”. Its because of the contempt with which they treat the host culture. Jews have got off very very lightly considering their treachery and malfeasance.



  15. Ed said above:

    “It would help if you could start listing all the bullshit cindy and co have been spinning in the past 2 years”

    This is a good initiative. Could I suggest direct quotes and sources (at least until someone takes the sources down)?

    Let me kick this one off with my own Kiwiblog comment from last year.

    Jacinda Ardern on 4 September 2017 (the following transcript starts at 2:40):

    Patrick Gower: So my first question tonight is to you, Bill English. A key part of leadership is trust and whether voters can trust you. So is it possible to survive politics without lying?
    [Bill English answers the question and 2 follow-up questions. Then it’s Jacinda Ardern’s turn. She’s had plenty of time to prepare her answer to the same question]

    Patrick Gower: Ok, Jacinda Ardern, you haven’t been tested on these sorts of trust issues that Bill English has been confronted with. But if you are caught in a lie, or caught intentionally misleading the New Zealand public, how would you expect to be held to account?

    Jacinda Ardern: Well, I actually believe that it is possible to exist in politics without lying, and by telling the truth. I do believe that. I have been in politics for 9 years. Yes, politicians make mistakes, but the true mark of leadership is whether you front those mistakes, be as transparent as possible with the public when you make them. That’s the sign of good leadership.

    Patrick Gower: You’ve never told a lie in politics?

    Jacinda Ardern: No. No. And if I have made a mistake, I fronted it. I’m going to make them in the future, too, Paddy, let’s be clear. But it’s all about fronting them when you do.

    So, in summary, Jacinda said she makes mistakes, but doesn’t tell lies. She also said that “the sign of good leadership” when you make mistakes.is to be “as transparent as possible with the public”.



  16. You know it just shows you how political corrupt the media are with MP’s of parties with leaches like Winston Peter’s and Jamie Lee Ross being able to criticize and abuse their power over Simon Bidges Leadership of National and the political donations saga especially now Peter’s finds himself in the same boat, but what pisses me off both these MP’s wern’t named by any Journalist or the media they work for as the worst politician in Parliament for 2019. Both these politicians leave a stain on the values of Parliament but that’s because the Speaker of the house can only see the Governments side of thing he allows lies and disorder from both.



  17. Two hunters were in a lodge, making small talk. One of them
    asked the other “So, what do you hunt?” He answered “I hunt
    The first hunter was startled, but said “Really? How do
    you do that?”

    The other answered “I find a virgin and hire her to help me.
    The virgin sits around in the woods until a unicorn comes
    to her. They like posing with virgins. When it does, it sets
    off a snare.”

    The first hunter said “Boy, they must be hard to find.
    I’ve heard of them, but I’ve never seen one.”

    The second hunter said “Yeah, and there aren’t many
    unicorns around, either!”



  18. Image may contain: indoor
    Rob J Whitney

    Oxford University researchers have discovered the densest element yet known to science.
    The new element, Governmentium (symbol=Gv), has one neutron, 25 assistant neutrons, 88 deputy neutrons and 198 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an atomic mass of 312.
    These 312 particles are held together by forces called morons, which are surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like particles called pillocks.
    Since Governmentium has no electrons, it is inert. However, it can be detected, because it impedes every reaction with which it comes into contact.
    A tiny amount of Governmentium can cause a reaction that would normally take less than a second, to take from 4 days to 4 years to complete.
    Governmentium has a normal half-life of 2 to 6 years.
    It does not decay, but instead undergoes a reorganisation in which a portion of the assistant neutrons and deputy neutrons exchange places.
    In fact, Governmentium’s mass will actually increase over time, since each reorganisation will cause more morons to become neutrons, forming isodopes.
    This characteristic of moron promotion leads some scientists to believe that Governmentium is formed whenever morons reach a critical concentration.
    This hypothetical quantity is referred to as a critical morass.
    When catalysed with money, Governmentium becomes Administratium (symbol=Ad), an element that radiates just as much energy as Governmentium, since it has half as many pillocks but twice as many morons.

    Hat tip NZ Taxpayers Union.



  19. I posted this comment on Kiwiblog an hour ago in response to Maggie Pie – it’s still in moderation, of course, but worth sharing here.


    Taking the Lead: How Jacinda Ardern Wowed the World Hardcover – 3 Mar 2020 – by David Hill (Author), Phoebe Morris (Illustrator)

    An inspiring illustrated story for children about Jacinda Ardern, and her meteoric rise to become the world’s youngest female leader.

    Nobody is too young to start changing the world.

    When Jacinda was little, she wanted to be a clown. But when she saw schoolmates who didn’t have lunch, or even shoes, she knew she had to do something. Some kids laughed at her for wanting to help people so much, or said she couldn’t do it. But that didn’t stop Jacinda.

    She became the Prime Minister of New Zealand, and the world’s youngest female leader.

    This is the true story of a trailblazer who has inspired people around the planet, told by award-winning author and illustrator.




  20. Meanwhile, in the real world beyond our shores others are tapping into new gas feilds all over the place.
    (wonder if they are connected to ours, you think?).

    Total and Woodside ink deal with Myanmar for offshore gas project

    Agreement marks milestone in opening door to energy investment
    YUICHI NITTA, Nikkei staff writer

    Thailand’s PTT to up gas investment as country looks beyond coal

    Plans call for billions in spending on pipelines, terminals and offshore drilling



  21. Well – election year next year.

    Labour will throw our money around like confetti. The patronising and fake “kia ora”s and “tena koe”s will flow like rivers of wine.

    Never mind that Cindy’s term has given the country a long and painful stream of disasters. Never mind that the list of Labour’s broken promises is growing even faster than Cindy’s bank account. Never mind that children of low-income families come LAST in Labour’s priorities – unions come FIRST and everyone else can fight over the crumbs.

    After Clark was turfed out (oh, joyful day!), I thought I could never despise a P.M. more than I despised her. I was wrong. Cindy seems to be *made* of whatever it is that generates the “despising compound” in my body.



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