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  1. It hasn’t taken Helen Clark and Stuff in Election Year to go after Simon Bridges over Jian-Yang organizing his trip to China last September, but she forget who was caught first for corrupt dealings with Chinese officials, Rick Barker is one that comes to mind.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/118639454/helen-clark-questions-national-mp-jian-yang-planning-simon-bridges-china-trip
    This is campaigning for a Labour Government in Election year and started with a disgraceful article from One News yesterday.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/2020-election-and-12-months-since-march-15-terrorist-attacks-coming-year-bring-new-zealand

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  2. New Zealands favourite Politicain and Green Party Spokesperson says NZ should be a ‘Principle Voice’ as US- IRAN tensions rise, Golriz Ghahraman says.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/406869/new-zealand-should-be-a-principled-voice-as-us-iran-tensions-rise-golriz-ghahraman-says
    Maybe it’s time to say to Ghahraman if don’t like the way the Government is handling the situation fuck of back to your home Country and become one of there Law makers.

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    • With all the new changes that will be happening in Iran, you would think she would jump at the chance to do something for her homeland.
      If not, I guess it proves she is just another liar like Cindy.

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        • Golly is very average looking..BUT when you look around the house at sitting time and compare her with the other girlies, she certainly stands out.. like a pimple. I see stunning looking drop dead gorgeous muslim women all over Thailand, they are a dime a dozen. Golly missed out.

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        • Pretty is only a word I associate with GG if it is followed by Awful,Stupid, Nasty, Biased, Uninformed etc.

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      • I just emailed Golriz and told her nicely that the current evil Iranian regime is spreading terror all round the middle east and that was the regime her parents escaped from and came to our democracy.
        I also told her that Nato and France have asked (told) them not to retailiate for the killing of Solieman.

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  3. Looking to ‘die well’, and why muslims want more martyrs,

    The footage – taken outside the Islamic Centre of England in Maida Vale on January 3 – shows an imam labelling Soleimani a “martyr” as supporters gather around with pictures of him.

    “I have to say, that I would like to give you all condolences but at the same time I would like to congratulate all of you,” he says.

    “You are very fortunate to live at the time to see and to touch and to feel a man like Soleimani.

    “And we hope and we pray and we work hard to make sure that there will be many many more Qassem Soleimanis.

    “We aspire to be like him and we are jealous of him.

    “And we want the same thing for ourselves and our loved ones because that’s the best thing that could happen to us.”
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/brit-imam-says-muslims-should-21223686

    https://twnews.co.uk/gb-news/brit-imam-urges-muslims-to-be-like-qassem-soleimani-after-iran-general-s-death
    So they encourage each other to strive and struggle to die as they believe it is good to die for the cause of allah,

    We joke about the virgins in paradise, but there are more important reasons, so as to better combat this, surely our politicians need to know this too.

    1) He is forgiven at the first drop of his blood. [guaranteed paradise, is this like Jesus?]

    2) He sees his status in Jannah. [eternal paradise]

    3) He is dressed in the clothes of Iman. [rich with virgins, servants, etc….]

    4) He is safe from the punishment of the grave. [straight to Paradise, so no hellfire while waiting for ‘Judgement Day’]

    5) He will be safe from the Great fear of the Day of Judgment. [the stress of will they pass or not is gone]

    6) A crown of honor will be placed on his head. [is this why family and neighbourhood celebrate]
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    7) He will intercede on behalf of 70 members of his family.” [his blood will atone for his relatives, no wonder the family is pleased to be seemingly assured of paradise]
    http://saudigazette.com.sa/article/529534
    Musnad Ahmed, Tabrani, at-Targheeb wa at-Tarheeb, p.443, vol.2

    So a belief that muslims follow of jihad be able to gain shahada, martyrdom, so as to pass the risk of not getting to even a “basic paradise” and while waiting, for “Judgement” could be a torturous wait in the grave, particularly if you believe that you have not been a good enough muslim, or have others like righteous “martyrs” to intercede for you.

    It even encourages breeding, as one of their offspring may become a martyr and help assure their parents to gain paradise.

    Not all parents would wish this, but the imams know of this and can not deny it, though they will twist & turn. 🙁
    The guidance, sayings, koran & the hadith about Mohammad’s life actions & deeds of “the perfect man” is to be emulated and encourages jihad & shadada.

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    • 50 killed in a stampede at Soleimanis furneral. Just as they do not allow woman and children as it would be much worse!

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    • Thank you for your deep and well presented analysis of these aspects of the Muslim religion Simpleton1.

      If this is what you call being a simpleton, then I’d hate to think what you’d be like when you’re being intelligent! Cheers 😀

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    • edit, shadada should have been ‘shahid’, or ‘shaheed’ the muslim version of martyr.
      The shadada is the basic islamic prayer, and confirmation of following Mohammad.

      thanks DM.
      Know your our selves,
      Know your other,
      then you will never be defeated.

      It seems a lack of knowledge of ourselves, history, identity, culture, has created a vacuum.
      In some cases it is is wilful, or ignorance, or other choices are more interesting or supposedly made as relative.

      This seems to be being filled, slowly and surely with many bits and pieces of relativism to islam.

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    • So many questions.
      Did they get resource consent to build that dam
      Did the greens approve it
      What about the yabbies in the creek. Where they shifted before the dam was built??????

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        • There was a farmer interviewed on Sky News last night and he spoke of the complete frustration over trying to build a firebreak around his house .He applied to council and had been through two years of discussions .
          As in New Zealand councils have been taken over by bureaucrats and paper shufflers
          Time for some major cleanouts .Drain the swamp.

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  4. Dishonest pickers threaten pick your own berry tradition
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/01/dishonest-pickers-threaten-pick-your-own-berry-tradition.html

    “Greedy pickers are again threatening the future of the Kiwi summer tradition of picking your own berries, with one Waikato grower reconsidering whether it is viable to continue.
    Ye Olde Berry Farm, on the outskirts of Hamilton, grows a range of berries for retailers and also opens the farm up to the public for the pick your own service over summer.”

    Kiwis used to basically be an honest, fair and respectful bunch. No more it seems. Now many believe if there is a way to take advantage it is their first instinct to do so. It would be a shame if we lose another kiwi tradition due to the stealing of dishonest plonkers.

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      • So, what you are saying is “import the third world, become a third world country”?
        Hard to argue with that.

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        • NZ didn’t have to import people with their hands out trying to take more than they have earned. You’ll find them across all walks of life, all races and all religions.

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      • It used to be able to leave windows open, and doors often unlocked.
        Sure there would be some rogue who took advantage, but the police & community was often able to figure this, and pressure could be be bought to bear.
        After all one had to live in the same community.

        Now there are different communities, having different beliefs, standards and loyalties.

        So a different standard, little by little so a new “normal” often to the lowest common denominator as we change, drop things and adapt.

        So we adapt, and it is best to erase the old standards, as we need to get on with life in the here & now.
        The authorities and systems set this up to “aid” the changes that are deemed to be required.

        Other ways of coping may be moving away, “white flight” which is now to be shamed, but how else are some to cope.
        Systems are put in place, to make us able to cope, with these new and challenging lifestyle changes and standards, like how it become a new normal for young girls in Rochester, etc… for decades.

        And it is said, our lives are improving.
        In some ways yes, the selfie technology, so that one can remember the moment of good safe times.

        The great improvement for the fire fighters in Europe having police escorts.
        How crewing of police cars is improving, as needs at least 2 at certain times, and “specialist” ready to go action cars.
        A great normal, but it was not called for after the Stanley Graham shootings and tragedy.

        St. Johns, needing 2 crew, but can be good, as more technical lifesaving equipment, but also needing some security in some situations.
        Safety in numbers, seems to be new normal.

        And so we normalize what is not always so good a change, even though the past may not have been perfect, but we did generally try to get it right.
        Ok enough of the good old days, the culture of hats and gloves for woman, etc.. with the principles of laws, identity,
        Accept change, welcome it, enjoy diversity and the many changes, that in adapting, we may all go and be in the lowest common denominator.
        Nothing is really wrong and change brings a great new normal. //

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    • Yes some of the things those iranian leaders and immams have been saying are pretty inflammatory
      Death to Americans, revenge, retaliation
      It really is a religion of peace.
      I wonder what they are saying in the mosques in New Zealand?

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    • Seems to be very inflammatory to say Saleimani is a terrorist, and the police will enforce threaten this with “breach of the peace” orders.
      Orders by who?

      Even the Canadian police seem to declare that one can not say “Soleimani was a terrorist, and seems to be can not call Osama bin laden a terrorist either.

      And that in a public square you must conform as the “environment” becomes sharia controlled and supported by Canadian police.

      Toronto police threaten Rebel journalist for calling Qasem Soleimani a “terrorist” | David Menzies
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=BVWMR_NDMj8&feature=emb_logo
      Jan 5, 2020 : 16minutes 39 seconds.

      The total joys of “diversity” in Toronto as a damm good journalist asks questions, and the police surround him, and say they do not push him along, and that the journalist was pushing back, that is to remain where he was.
      So many people in Canada declaring that the Saleimani fought for “their country”. 🙁
      Also brings forth the issue of other journalists around are not being hassled by the police.
      So what are those journalists reporting about that event. hmmm.

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      • Quick before it’s banned here as well;
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist
        Saleimani is was a terrorist

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    • What does Goldriz say about the Ayatollah’s call of direct attacks on America? Does she condemn his calls for violence?

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  5. Is this One News trying to do a hit job on National or is this just putting doubt in Voters minds with a Election happening this Year and there choice Labour needing all the help they can get to retain power and not be a one term Government.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/new-zealands-2017-election-in-cambridge-analyticas-sights-leak-reveals?auto=6120222007001
    One News is in political mode and will publish anything that will give Labour the edge to win this years Election.

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    • Who? Sounds like a fanboy, it is amazing how the msm seem to have to tell us that they are independent. Shouldn’t that be the default?

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      • Shane Te Pou – a huge Andrew Little fan

        “But there is one New Zealand politician who most displays Michael’s King’s virtues of being good-hearted, practical, commonsensical and tolerant, and that is Andrew Little. It was he who allowed Labour to triumph in 2017 by stepping down. Now, as Justice Minister, he is leading under the radar a major shift from the punitive and failing system left to us by Phil Goff and Tony Ryall to a genuinely restorative one, with proper investment in rehabilitation.

        Little is taking historic steps and investing in solving family violence. He has had the courage to confront the issues with more difficult Treaty of Waitangi settlements after his predecessors have picked all the lower hanging fruit. He is leading a sensible discussion on free speech, between the woke liberals and the right-wing extremists who usually dominate that debate. As head of the spy agencies, he has given them new powers to keep us safe, while also bringing them under proper civilian control, perhaps for the first time ever.

        It is this work for which Labour deserves to be re-elected. And if it is not, it is this work to which historians will be able to point as an actual legacy from the Sixth Labour Government.”

        🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

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  6. Remember prior to Xmas there was a no show from Jethro and there was talk of him sharing a pacific island with dusky maidens.

    An article on Fox this morning has a plausible explanation for his no show. A Judge in Kentucky has been sprung for having three somes in her court house. Sounds like our
    likely lad.

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    • I could care less about what fucked up arrangements the Gayford/Ardern’s live by but considering their continuing prominence in the tabloid and legacy media they open themselves up for scrutiny. My only wish would be for them to cease the cynical exploitation of the child, belief that anything Gayford says comes from a place of intellect or standing and that people consider them to be our “First Family”. They are anything but.

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    • This is how the evil globalists work.
      Fist they say we will have a carbon tax whch no one undertands, (remember the debate years ago) but don’t worry its just a pricing mechanism and you can buy credits off other countries.
      Then they put the price of the credits up and then they say you cannot buy credits.
      Don’t worry it won’t apply to agriculture.
      Then five years later it does apply to agriculture
      EVIL bastards.
      So then only stupid countries like us that signed up pay for it.

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    • Brilliant as usual. Love the expletive filled rant by the Aussie ocker (affectionately used) He says it like it is towards those troublesome greenies and climate hysterical media. He should be employed by ScoMo as his environment spokesperson!!! 😊

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        • Rachael I am now on FB as Christopher Roberts
          I have put links to ysb and maga.
          Have been to see my label printer and am getting some bumper stickers printed for maga.
          Will put them on the website and will be giving them away to any who want them. He is doing them cheap and giving me some as well. He agrees with what the maga says.

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    • Maggy, I would rather take a two pronged approach as I’m not generally in favour of a ban when we can provide a solution.

      Work on re-programming the average Kiwi driver. The average driver is far too aggressive and impatient without the skill to back up their attitude. How many practice real defensive driving by sighting multiple vehicles ahead? Using their headlights when overcast or raining? Heck, even just driving to the conditions or letting people pass in passing lanes. This to me would have benefits beyond just cyclists.

      That North to South cycle, friendly roading seems like a good idea. Maybe if we can combine the highway upgrades with some cycle friendly components we’ll be in a better position to share some of the natural beauty of our country with cyclists while still allowing motorists to do their thing.

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      • Amusing that somebody would downvote the idea of driver education and improving our highways. I’m curious to hear the reasoning as to why those are bad ideas, if you’d care to share, please?

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        • Driver education is a good idea.
          We all need up skiling, me especially.
          But how do you do it?
          Years ago I would have aid put ads on tv with Murphy driving his car, he is a great teacher.
          But now, no one watching tc.

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          • There’s some very good work being done with motorcyclists and the Ride Forever program. A part of the obscene ACC levies we pay goes to rider education programs. There are some fantastic defensive driving programs out there as well that teaches real car control.

            Our current licensing system is there to check that you know the rules, not that you’re a good driver capable of controlling the vehicle and driving it well.

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        • Horses, bicycles and motorbikes were all on the road before cars, trucks etc, is that what you are saying?

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  7. Live updates: United States bases in Iraq under attack
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/01/united-states-airbase-in-iraq-under-attack-reports.html

    “Two United States bases in Iraq have been fired at by more than a dozen missiles that were launched by Iran.

    United States airbase Al Asad in western Iraq was targetted as well as a complex in norther Iraq’s Erbil. The Al Asad military complex is used by Iraqi and United States armed forces. It is also often used by UK forces.

    The attack has been confirmed by US defence personnel to multiple media outlets, while the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) said the rockets came from Iran. The Pentagon has also blamed Iran.”

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  8. 52, 51, 50, 49, 48
    Id take out an oil refinery and two missile bases.
    And any Republican guard HQ they know about.

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    • That is very good news and should be used to remind the world how the media is not our friend. It is our enemy, pushing a failed political agenda.

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  9. False information about Australia bushfires spread on social media
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/01/false-information-about-australia-bushfires-spread-on-social-media.html

    “Australia is facing a bushfire crisis and as the country burns, misinformation is spreading across the internet like wildfire.
    Social media allows people to share information on a global scale, but also allows bots and troll accounts to spread unproven claims about the fires and have millions of people believe them.”

    “There are now disingenuous efforts to downplay the clear role of climate change in worsening the intensity and severity of the Australian fires, or to blame ‘arson’ as a way to distract from the growing threat of climate change,” he said.
    “These efforts should be called out for what they are: gross climate denial. ”

    The screeching and deflection by the climate change brigade is getting more hysterical as they realise many are not buying their bullshit. They can’t handle that the truth will out them as liars.

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    • At least the social justice green warrior could have some of these people charged with cultural misappropriation?
      Though some maybe able to claim “grand father” rights? like the old time settlers, graziers?

      NSW Police Force has taken legal action. …..
      …. Since Friday 8 November 2019, legal action – which ranges from cautions through to criminal charges – has been taken against 183 people – including 40 juveniles – for 205 bushfire-related offences. ….

      https://www.miragenews.com/police-take-legal-action-against-more-than-180-people-so-far-during-2019-2020-bushfire-season/

      205 fires, bang to rights, just in one state New South Wales.
      Are firelighter becoming the new cultural norm?
      So will it just be all mental cases issues? A bus ticket sentence?

      It would seem that some are trying to protect the “Climate Change” meme, not realizing they have been caught out, playing with fire.

      In past studies, criminologists have estimated that 85 per cent of wildfires are caused by humans. That includes arson, but also non-malicious activities like leaving a campfire smouldering or throwing a lit cigarette from a car. ….
      “When unassigned bushfires were investigated by fire investigators, the majority were found to be maliciously lit,” Janet Stanley, Associate Professor at Melbourne University’s Sustainable Society Institute, …..

      https://www.news.com.au/national/crime/shocking-number-of-arson-charges-in-bushfireravaged-regions-indicate-sinister-start-of-blazes/news-story/be73567276fcbb39b8e7f58bf79268cb

      That will be just the fires that are investigated, so in the meantime many other firelighters are not even looked for.

      Perhaps these firelighters have confused the reason why back burning, reducing fuel loads, keeping open access, fire breaks should still be done, prior to the usual hot dry summers and so have a “cool fire”
      That regularity of fires induced early, seems to make a cooler fire, compared to the high fuel loads, that take out the whole canopy, and make for very “hot fire”s

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    • Those Aussies seem to be pretty fiery guys. 🙁
      November 2019
      In short, up to 85 bushfires begin every day because someone leaves their house and decides to start one.
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-50400851

      One moment blaming the arsonists but seeming to figure that could be letting “Climate Change” off the hook, just when it seems that “Climate Change” politics of control and taxes is so reacheable with its eerie orange & red glow.

      A frustrating time for Australians. The worst of summer still to come.
      Stressed, threatened, seeing their lives turned up side down, and struggling to understand.
      Priorities of life becoming more important.

      Then the politicians, global politics, etc. . All stirring things.
      The number of Royal Commissions, into catastrophic Bush Fires through the years, should be reread and posted.
      Were those Commission recommendations followed?

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      • Tony Heller reckoned in his link yesterday that the CC propagandists were disillusioned with the Northern Hemisphere ice sheets in Greenland and the Arctic being thicker now than for many decades so have turned attention to Australia to prove their point.

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    • No mention of the sentence, but able to happily walk out of court.
      Sounds like assured by his defence councilor to keep a straight face when in front of the judge.
      Afterwards you will be free.
      https://www.pacificpundit.com/2020/01/07/fadi-zraika-brother-grass-fires-australia/

      A cultural enrichment, of adapting to Aussie fire works, or the loud explosions and bangs helped him to “feelz at home”.
      Rehabilitation? or you have a nice car there, a nice dry lawn there?
      Just not to worry about the laws, or grass and bush fires.

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    • Greens celebrate Bushfire burning of a chip mill.
      One can get the feeling that greens not only want the fires, but would be prepared to light them too.

      A green group has outraged locals by celebrating the loss of a woodchipping mill that burned down during the bushfires that have devastated the south coast of NSW.

      Victoria-based Environment East Gippsland said the destruction of the mill in the NSW town of Eden was ‘some really good news!’ in a Facebook post published on Monday.

      ‘A major source of ecosystem collapse, loss of carbon stores, wildlife crisis, climate chaos and political corruption over the last 50 years,’ the since deleted Facebook post read, according to The Australian.

      Another post, which has also been deleted, called the burning down of the mill a ‘symbolic moment’.
      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7860237/Bushfire-crisis-Environment-East-Gippsland-said-Eden-burning-really-good-news.html

      A loss of about 70 jobs.
      They would have been removing a lot of the fuel load, in those bush lands,
      So it would appear over decades that the greens wanted the “fuel load” in the bush to build up, so that any fire, would be a “hot fire”.

      Suddenly they do not want to be linked to these tragedies, so delete those posts, probably more so that they want to keep pushing “Climate Change” links all in their insufferable “sustainability”.

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  10. Think you may have called this one wrong @WayneMapp. Reported today in Herald:
    “A former New Zealand defence minister says he cannot see the United States and Iran coming to blows despite Washington being reckless in killing Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.”

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    • These people come here to bleed us dry.
      All of their income goes overseas.
      Sure they may pay tax while they are here.
      But they don’t invest. It all goes overseas o support their lazy families in the Pihiliines who don’t work and just breed.

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      • Husband and two kids back home.
        How did they survie when she had cancer?
        What is the jurno not telling us?

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      • I have a colleague, no – a friend from the Philippines. She works hard, usually 12 hours a day, 6 days a week in a technical and people related role. She’s become a New Zealand citizen, but because of the lower living standard and much higher costs in the Philippines, she paid for her dad’s cancer treatment over there. And she paid for her nephews’ schooling, so he could have a better future. And she continues to support her mother after her dad passed away, because she believes it’s the right thing for a dutiful daughter to do.

        There are many people like her from the Philippines here. I’ve had the good fortune to meet and work with a few of them. They believe in hard work, being accountable and in taking care of your family. They’re all the kind of traits that I’m sure the majority of us would find admirable. I wouldn’t say something like: support their lazy families in the Pihiliines who don’t work and just breed because I don’t think it’s as simple as that.

        The difference, although it’s not 100% clear from the article for me would be – is the person intending to be a New Zealander or not? Did the lady with brain cancer try to become a resident, or was she just here on a working visa for 4 years?

        All the people I know are here to be New Zealanders. They love the country, they want to contribute to it but they also take care of their families overseas because that’s what decent human beings do.

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    • New Zealand must speak out against Donald Trump’s terrorist assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

      What is it with Greens and hating our Western way of life? Keith Locke should go read about Qasem Soleimani. In the media reporting before the left have started trying to portray him as a martyr.

      This man supported Assad. He was in charge of many political assassinations. In 2011 he tried to hire a Mexican drug cartel to blow up the Saudi Ambassador to the United States. He was not a good person, he specialised in terrorism.

      And Keith Locke calls Trump a terrorist. What a fucking wanker.

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        • A has been, never was, trying to be relevant!
          That’s only his opinion, well I have one too and it’s different!
          Why should his be worth more than mine?

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      • Sooty is bang on. A never was, & never will be.
        Supporter of murder, like the “killing fields in Cambodia”.
        Supporter of the USSR gulag system to be applied where ever it gains power.
        Supporter of Taliban whilst ignoring its stadium killings as following Mohammad.

        BSc in Psychology, Masters in Sociology, never completed a Ph.D in Sociology, lectured in Sociology at Victoria University, editor of the Socialist Action, socialist and unionist in a car factory, railway workshops and meat works in the Wellington region, Auckland abattoirs.
        Then political parties, gaining mp for a few terms.

        Wrote “Cambodia liberated: victory for humanity”
        Supporter of Pol Pot’s Kymer Rouge in Cambodia, then changed his mind.

        Wrote “Why workers should support Soviet action in Afghanistan”
        Then “opposed the 2001 war in Afghanistan to remove the Taliban”. ….
        …. and that he now believed it encouraged Islamic extremist groups ….

        On Rodney Hyde winning Epsom, the bet was to walk naked down the streets, but he only half arsed it with body paint, and g-string and socks & shoes,
        I would have given him a pass to suffer with just the “flip flops”
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_Locke

        How can a guy go around banging his drums, really knowing nothing, and then admit he was wrong so many times and flip flopping on major issues to maintain the socialist line. 🙁

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  11. So parole, work, living with parents, GPS tracker, curfew, anti-violence and fitness courses, care for dog, Well good if it works.

    Nelson Patea will be living with his parents while out on parole and will work as a plumber,’ ….
    He will also have to wear a GPS tracker and will have a 9pm curfew.

    While in prison, Nelson Patea had completed anti-violence and fitness courses and cared for an abused dog before it went up for adoption. living with his parents while out on parole and will work as a plumber,’ The Courier Mail reported.

    The 24-year-old’s solicitor Campbell MacCallum said he was a ‘a delightful young man’.
    He had previously been refused parole after he allegedly took drugs and stood over other prisoners.
    hmmm?
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7862415/Nelson-Patea-released-parole-manslaughter-Greg-Dufty-Gold-Coast.html

    It would seem that he and his brother must have been born in Australia, so no reason to even visit New Zealand.
    Sounds like no deportation can be done on him. 🙂
    Hope the rehabilitation has worked, for Australia’s sake.

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    • Ricky’s speech was the funniest thing I’ve heard all year. Wokeists don’t like a dose of sunlight.
      “They don’t like it up ’em Captain Mainwaring”

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  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srOoO4AlvN4
    The Iranian regime won’t change their behavior unless you make them, says South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    “The troops on the ground in the virtual wall Middle East are the wall between the West and radical Islam”

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    • Apologies, that should have read: “The troops on the ground in the Middle East are the virtual wall between the West and radical Islam”

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  13. The fucking fires are not caused by climate change. The article should be a celebration of what F1 is achieving, not a climate change felching. This whole thing is starting to annoy the fuck out of me, the left is rewriting the truth through the media.

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    • I hear you.
      They take any chance to involve Climate Change into any story.

      At least Scott Morrison is not giving in to them.
      They should start blaming the greens fro all the fires and the deaths of millions of koalas for not clearing the brush and undergrowth!

      She if they Woke lefties and the children like that?

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      • So they want the SLG to govern Australia because she has empathy and knows what has to be done regarding the fires..?
        Well they can fucking have her and her hijab, we will have Morrison who is a better fit !~

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    • Pascal, I thought you were talking about this awesome Aussie stating it in no uncertain terms to the “Green wombats” Did you see this earlier this morning when Alice posted PJW? He is excellent but the Aussie is the star of this particular link!! 😂 He needs to be ScoMo’s spokesperson out on the road with him. About 2.58 in

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_tn8f0uaB4

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  14. I can’t work out how to link on my ph there is an article on stuff regarding our swapping of ts for days absoludely if someone can find it

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