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  1. Over looked ChristChurch will punish Labour, just like they Punished National over the ChristChurch rebuild and insurance fiasco at the 2017 General Election.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/119181925/why-the-government-cant-take-canterbury-for-granted
    The Government can’t take Canterbury for granted after the allotment of a $ 159 million out of the $ 7 billion Transport infrastructure pie announced to pay for Pedestrian Crossings, Traffic Lights, a overhead Bridge and Bus lanes was Canterbury piddly share .

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  2. Mitt Romney’s top adviser, Joseph Cofer Black, joined the board of the Ukraine energy firm, Burisma, while Hunter Biden was also serving on the board. Of course this is just a coincidence,

    I knew there had to be some reason why he was against Trump, apart from being beaten for the presidential nomination 4 years ago.

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  3. An old couple was sitting in their living room on a Sunday morning watching a religious program. The preacher on this show would go to all the people in the audience and asking them what they wanted to be fixed, then he would have them cover the part of their body they wanted to be fixed. Many of the people were elderly so they were covering their eyes and hearts.
    Then the preacher said “Ok now for you at home put your hand on the part of your body you want fixed and say this prayer with me. “So the little old lady put her hand on her heart because she had a very bad heart. And the little old man put his hands on his crotch.
    The little old lady turned to her husband and said: “He said he could heal the sick, not raise the dead!”

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  4. …….”When you’re dead you don’t know you’re dead.”……

    Will someone tell the mental defectives gathering this morning to pester their imaginary God to grant them eternal life & the power to control our lives.

    If they can get past the imaginary friend stage there’s still time to pack a picnic lunch & go fishing. 🙂

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      • I jus t about made a trip to St Albans in AK to confront stuupid boy in the middle of a service, when he told me to put a plastic bag over my head! I do hope that he is note allowed anywhere near the comunial plate as he would take more money out than he puts in! Its a long trip to AK and return!
        I should have emailed the vicar in hind sight!

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        • It’s interesting that Stephieboy doesn’t appear on the roster anymore.

          I can only think of two possibilities:
          1. Stephieboy has “retired” from roster duties given the incongruence between his “Stephieboy the Christian” and “Stephieboy the Maggy Stalker and Blog Pervert” personalities.
          2. Stephieboy has been kicked out of St Albans after his “blogging activities” have come to light. If you limit the Google search to NZ hits, the phrase “small but ample breasts” seems to have a distinctive Stephieboy flavour to it!

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    • I note that as at midday three religious wankers have taken taken their hands off their choirboys for long enough to stab impotently at the red symbol.

      Your imaginary deity loves you. 🙂

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  5. Queensland man claims to be Prince Charles and Camilla’s son, launches legal action

    A Queensland-based man who believes he is the illegitimate son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles has launched legal action against the Prince’s official royal estate, in a bid to confirm the paternity.

    Simon Charles Dorante-Day, 53, believes he lived with Camilla until he was about 18 months old, and was then adopted out to his parents, Karen and David Day.

    Dorante-Day says Charles and Camilla met in 1965 and he was born the following year, after a period of nine months during which Camilla “disappeared” and Charles was sent off to Australia.

    The man’s adoptive grandparents, Winifred and Ernest, worked for the Queen and Prince Philip and were allegedly well respected and trusted within the Royal Family.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=12305236

    This could be a fun story to watch.
    He explains why.

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  6. Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson will run hard for a Māori seat
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/119069688/green-party-coleader-marama-davidson-will-run-hard-for-a-mori-seat

    Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson will announce today her intention to run a campaign for a Māori seat in a bid to widen the party’s core support from inner-city professionals, Stuff understands.

    The move lays down a serious challenge to the Labour Party, which currently holds all seven Māori electorate seats but is facing a fight from a resurrected Māori Party and now the Greens.

    The Greens traditionally stand candidates in many seats but only actively campaign for the party vote. The party has only ever held a single electorate seat, for one term.

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  7. Simon Bridges has ‘no intention of keeping’ $100,000 donation, seeks Electoral Commission’s advice
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/01/simon-bridges-has-no-intention-of-keeping-100-000-donation-seeks-electoral-commission-s-advice.html

    Bridges responded: “It’s safe to say that we don’t have the intention of keeping the donation, in fact, we’ve been in communication and written to the Electoral Commission about that, for them to help us and give us advice on what to do with that donation.”

    “Let’s just sort of remember that as leader of a large party – Jacinda Ardern will be in the exact same category – I meet with all manner of New Zealanders and new immigrants all the time,” Bridges said.
    “They are constantly making the case that they’re growing, that they’re significant, what it means for them to be in New Zealand, and how they want greater representation.”
    Bridges also took a crack at the New Zealand media when Plunket suggested there’s a “narrative that they’re out to get you”.
    “I think there’s a bit of truth in that,” Bridges responded.
    “I don’t want to stand here as a victim of the media or any such thing, but I think many in the media, they know the story they want, and the happy ending is Jacinda Ardern.”

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    • That’s a surprisingly good response from Bridges. I’m surprised. It’ll be interesting to see what Jacinda’s response is and how widely it gets covered.

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      • ‘they want greater representation’
        What does that mean.?
        Does he mean by race? Does he mean because they are immigrants?
        To me if they want to be kiwis, learn to be one, fit in, don’t impose your culture on us or go back to where you came from.

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        • Good point, but I also see value in having immigrants with a representative they can easily speak to. First generation may not be fully comfortable in English, but are quite capable and quite happy to work and be Kiwis. For myself, there were a lot of learnings about how Kiwis do things.

          For example, you don’t seem to do proper braais. There’s a preference for a 2 – 4 hour dinner party type barbeque. A real braai starts early, the food is ready around 10pm and there’s usually a wheelbarrow or two involved to get people home. (I jest a little bit 🙂 ) But there are cultural and lifestyle changes when you move to New Zealand as an immigrant – even when you want to be a full Kiwi.

          Having somebody that can represent you and help you through that, as a Kiwi, is a bonus.

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          • You would have fit right in when we lived in a rural community. Lamb on a slow spit basted with red wine and honey. Definitely in need of that wheelbarrow in the early hours of the morning. As the saying goes Pascal, build it and they will come…

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  8. Our prime minister should replace her Waitangi Day rhetoric with something more useful
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/119144769/our-prime-minister-should-replace-her-waitangi-day-rhetoric-with-something-more-useful

    Parts of last year’s speech at Waitangi by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sounded like we were in 1840, not 2019, especially when she said: “We will keep building the foundations to bring our two houses together and that ultimately will be the foundation for which Te Arawhiti will be formed. The bridge between our two houses.”

    I suppose, based on my whakapapa, physical appearance and self-identity, that puts me in the Māori house. But what about Māori who have more Pākehā ancestry than Māori whakapapa?

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    • What a refreshing article by Steve Elers, all the more so as he is on the staff at Massey. His commentary about the lineage of his daughters and his willingness to accept that ‘Maori’ are as mixed in their blood lines as those who don’t claim to have that racial origin, is certainly a departure from the usual mantra. Well done, Mr Elers.

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      • I thought it was ‘just one drop’

        So find a friendly Maori today and become blood brothers.
        Then start claiming.

        All you have to do is prick your finger.
        Don’t finger your prick….at least, not in public

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  9. Is this correct?

    How employers are freezing the over 50s out of the job market
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/119159518/i-cant-survive-over-45s-struggling-to-make-ends-meet-ahead-of-retirement

    The stories were similar: an unexpected redundancy saw them suddenly out of the workforce, and despite sending dozens of applications – in one case more than 100 – for jobs they were qualified, skilled, or in some instances overqualified for, they remained without work.

    They included former IT workers, administrators, care workers and business owners, some whose successful careers had spanned decades. Many had transferable skills, some sending examples of their CVs. Their frustration was palpable and many didn’t want to be identified for fear of jeopardising their situation even further; others were embarrassed.

    One Wellington man landed just three interviews after applying for 187 jobs since moving back to New Zealand from Australia, going from a $120,000 salary to unpaid contract work. The 62-year-old faced working well past superannuation age. A 52-year-old Christchurch woman who has been job hunting since October described spending “sleepless nights in tears”.

    “I have no hopes for my future, I’m afraid that I may end up on the streets.”

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  10. “Is this correct?”

    The short answer to your question WG is yes. I know of quite a few people with similar experiences.

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    • WG
      Once you are over fifty you are certainly squeezed out especially by the younger brigade who think anyone over fifty is ancient.

      All this talk about heaps of jobs is a puzzle to me .Someone I know who has returned from Australia after ten years, 32, has applied for many jobs,usually finding 40 or so other applicants.
      Pleased I am self employed but it is hard working on days like today.30 degrees.

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      • We employed older people as they were often more reliable and had a better work ethic.
        Keep up the fluids while working in this heat wiseowl.

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  11. China reports outbreak of deadly bird flu among chickens in Hunan province, close to coronavirus epicentre of Wuhan

    The Hunan H5N1 outbreak comes even as the Chinese authorities continue to scramble to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, further stretching the nation’s already heavily strained resources needed to combat the health threats.

    https://www.scmp.com/news/china/society/article/3048566/china-reports-outbreak-deadly-bird-flu-among-chickens-hunan

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  12. From a comment on my favourite site for Brexit info –facts4eu. The discussion was about responses to Brexit day from 3 of the EU presidents. A poster said this was a previous comment from Frau von der Leyen that all UK people should remember.

    “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

    That goal and attitude is why Brexit happened.

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  13. Mike More dies at the age of 71 after having health problem from a earlier stroke, one of the nice guys and a ex Labour Prime Minister that was liked and popular in his political career. Was handed the poison chalice when Replacing Geoffrey Palmer as Prime Minister weeks out from a General Election.

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    • Yep labour had that same problem again with liddle angry Little!
      Geoffry Palmer was that clever that no one liked him then or ever since!
      He’s that wet, he should wear a raincoat everyday!
      Cocked up a shit load of laws all buy himself!

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    • I don’t think he was handed it as such he sought it out.
      They had to roll the arrogant Merry Palmer as, with him in charge, they were looking at 6+ MPs losing their seats and there was no MMP list places to ride in on at that time.

      Moore was a complex bloke.
      I do admire how he parlayed the 8 weeks as ‘PM of NZ’ into a (joint) Head of WTO notwithstanding WTO’s failings.
      He then scored the prestigious Ambassador to the USA -under Notional.
      I guess Helen Klarkenfuhrer who rolled him as Liebour leader would not do that.
      When she hates, she hates with a vengeance.
      Her looks reflect her vicious personality. No concerts to raise money for blind kids. Oh No!

      Moore was a prolific author.
      He was part of the original ‘Fish and Chip Brigade’ that drove Labour’s policy in the 1980s.
      Moore, Mud guts Lange, R Douglas, and Bassett.

      Moore sought out opportunities.
      He was a distinct globalist with his WTO position and Trilateral Commission.

      Compare and Contrast to Mud guts Lange with his lank greasy hair and uncontrollable eating habits.
      He was a pig of a man and, as goes with such a personality, was a lazy bastard.
      Well, a bastard on every level was Mud Guts.
      Mile Moore fought back from cancer ;
      Lange destroyed his body with carbohydrate loading and all he did after 5 years as PM was whinge and moan that no-one gave him an opportunity… What a fat bitch!

      Fare ye well Raccoon.
      When one looks back at 40 years of Labour PMs he stands out but his competition of Silly Liddle Gurl; Mud Guts Lange; Merry Palmer; and hate driven Klarkenfuhrer means he was laps ahead on humanity.

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  14. Explains a lot. Won’t change anything though.
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    Soylent Original, Coffiest, Cacao and Nectar
    Soylent Strawberry bottles
    Soylent Cafe is Soylent Drink mixed with caffeine,
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    Soylent Squared
    Soylent Food Bar

    America’s most widely consumed oil causes genetic changes in the brain

    Used for fast food frying, added to packaged foods, and fed to livestock, soybean oil is by far the most widely produced and consumed edible oil in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In all likelihood, it is not healthy for humans

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/01/200117080827.htm

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  15. Okay you guys….. Who sent this chick Arderns resume?

    Dominatrix specializes in turning ‘white, right-wing men’ into socialists

    A socialist of mixed-race background, Maybury, who also goes by the name Mistress Rebecca, says that she had “always been fascinated by sex and notions of shame around sexuality,” particularly in regard to fetishes.

    https://womenintheworld.com/2018/11/30/dominatrix-specializes-in-turning-white-right-wing-men-into-socialists/

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  16. Why is the power payment only for winter?
    Does SLG not understand how expensive it is to run the AC to cool off.
    Having to call in to elderly parent twice a day to make sure there’s water drunk etc.
    Prefers to open the doors and windows, but that poses a risk to personal and property security, and is only effective on days when the breeze is cooler, not the blast furnace we’ve had of late.

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    • “Gun reform secured bipartisan support”

      Thank you National for helping to remove all of New Zealand’s ability to resist Ardern and her Stasi.

      Have you seen what these changes are, Waikatogirl?

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      • That reported “bipartisan support” is only amongst those in Parliament. There was no support from this New Zealander for the rushed and undemocratic action. Shows how out of touch the supposed elected representatives are. One, David Seymour, stands head and shoulders above them all on this matter.

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        • 100% agreed. There is only one politician that is looking out for New Zealands and that is David Seymour.

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      • Not the actual proposed law changes but I imagine they are pretty draconian if Nash and the current police hierarchy get their way.

        No word from Seymour in that interview.

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  17. Can’t win them all.

    Palestine cutting all ties with US and Israel over Trump’s so-called ‘deal of the century’

    The Palestinian Authority is cutting all ties with the US and Israel, President Mahmoud Abbas announced during a furious speech at the Arab League emergency session on the so-called “deal of the century” proposed by Donald Trump.

    https://www.eutimes.net/2020/02/palestine-cutting-all-ties-with-us-and-israel-over-trumps-so-called-deal-of-the-century/

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    • Trump serves Israel first and foremost. Same as those before him.

      Eventually this will once again backfire on the jews as it always has throughout history. And once again they will play victim.

      Israel should confine itself to the border established when the country was invented a few decades ago, amid lies, corruption, deceit, terrorism and murder. A foul land for a vile cult. And a great shame to the real jews who have always lived in the region.

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      • One good thing about Trump is he manages to serve the jews without being a warmonger like their house boy Obama was.

        The biggest long term threat to the Jewish cult is the repercussions of the religious crusade called- the war on terror.

        Stupid Goy learn nothing from history.

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    • Protected.

      We are part of a cabal that has sown war and death in Muslim countries. Then we throw the door open to them at home. This approach is utter madness. Did we allow mass immigration of Japanese and Germans during the war? Of course fucking not!

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  18. Wonder whether an editor/moderator over at Kiwiblog will bother reading my request to get the latest smear against me taken down.
    https://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2020/02/general_debate_2_february_2020.html/comment-page-1#comment-2635244

    Obviously they are not monitoring GD.

    I checked about an hour ago after having been out for lunch (not the best place in Gizzy, and not very cool,), and as nothing had been done, sent a message via the link at the bottom of KB’s Comments page……

    Then I remembered DPF never replied to those messages when I was being abused by Griff & MMA & stephieboy, etc a couple of years back…

    So I sent a gmail to the ed@kiwiblog……

    Did other folk get ignored by DPF, or was it just me?

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        • Wiggles, to suggest someone is a jew is one thing, but to accuse them of being Anglican is going too far. It’s because of people like you when need moderators.

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          • I looked up that church he said he went to… (I’ve forgotten its name) and it was High Anglican….

            all I know about High Anglicanism is that one of my friends was beaten by the nuns at the High Anglican boarding school she attended in the UK (probably for talking/smoking/wagging, etc) and one of my ex-colleagues had to convert from being a High Anglican priest to a R.C. devotee after some misdemeanour…

            They sound Fun.

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              • There is a job opening there for nasska Ed.

                “The Eritrean congregation are refugees, fleeing persecution, and have made St Alban’s their worship base, and are currently seeking their own priest.”

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              • I’ve been in a Catholic church 2wice in my life, but I’m an Anglican virgin and intend staying that way.

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              • As a fervent individualist who has never experienced religious callings I have, on occasions, been known to give the Godaddled a hard time. I recall reading a response to a comment I made along the lines of “blub, you’re always picking on us Catholics, blub, etc”.

                After digesting the complaint & weighing up the facts which occupied a full 30 seconds of my time I came to realise that the more a religion is full of pomp, process & prelates the easier it was to ridicule.

                The Anglicans & the Catholics are irresistible targets. 🙂

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                • As Billy Connelly said on one occasion of the catholic church: “Father, your handbag’s on fire” 😇

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    • ……”Wonder whether an editor/moderator over at Kiwiblog will bother reading my request to get the latest smear against me taken down.”……

      They don’t have much of a track record for that. On balance I’d say ‘no’.

      ……”Did other folk get ignored by DPF, or was it just me?”…….

      Since DPF went for moderators he’s become more hands-off. Personally, I’ve only ever emailed him three times & only to warn him of something grossly libelous* stated within a comment. On each occasion he acknowledged by email.

      * eg. some meathead accused a fairly prominent MP of child abuse.

      But DPF has long treated GD as a sandpit & has left the participants to play. I recall him one time about ten/twelve years ago saying something along the lines that he never read it & had no intention of doing so.

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    • Nobody takes SB’s comments seriously and definitely not when it comes to science Maggy. Still, telling lies is acceptable in his warped world so he clearly doesn’t have any personal integrity so he doesn’t understand how important it is to those who do. Sick little man that he is.

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      • Oh it’s not stephieboy that (vaguely) bothers me…
        it’s DPF’s and moderators’ inability to follow their own rulz.

        What’s the use of saying you have a complaint system when you ignore it (unless it involves DPF)…..seems an unnecessary bit of spin.

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  19. The only refugees I would take are White South African s.

    The white northern Europeans deserve the rape and murder et cetera. They wanted woke and the smug traitors got it.

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  20. Takedown notices and internet filters coming to NZ

    The Government is planning legislation that will give it increased powers to tackle the spread of terrorist content online, proactively released documents from the Department of Internal Affairs show

    A new suite of reforms will make it illegal to livestream objectionable content and give the Government the ability to issue takedown notices to online content hosts, among other powers.

    The proposed legislation was authorised by Cabinet in December and will be introduced by March, according to a proactively released Cabinet paper from the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA).

    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/takedown-notices-and-internet-filters-coming-to-nz/ar-BBZufew?ocid=ob-fb-ennz-313&fbclid=IwAR2GIh8aIa9kMuck8Zwu1omjOvhFWIN44BBvnq5PJyiDOrNVJzPdjr-rXVE

    More attacksd on free speech from the socialists.

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  21. I see Zuck the cuck is being attacked by morose Soros for speaking out about censorship of freedom of speech.
    Whats the matter alien boy, losing members and coin? Lowest revenue quarter getting to you?
    When you un-ban Alex Jones, PJW, Milo and the like, then we’ll know if you’re serious.
    Until then stop gas lighting and pretending you are amazing.

    President Trump, telling him off worked.

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    • Zuckerberg’s official testimony at the hearings showed he tried to influence the election and created a fake narrative to promote hatred against Trump and his supporters.

      It’s not a secret that all major social media have vowed to not let Trump win again.

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  22. Public input sought for official information followup investigation

    The Chief Ombudsman is launching a new inquiry into whether central government agencies have addressed any weaknesses identified in a landmark investigation five years ago.

    Peter Boshier told Parliament’s Government Administration Committee this morning that ‘now is the right time’ to revisit the 12 representative agencies involved in Not a game of hide and seek, the Ombudsman’s 2015 investigation into Official Information Act compliance and practice.

    Chief Ombudsman revisits Not a game of hide and seek

    Have you sought information from one or more of these agencies within the last 12 months? This can include seeking information on the website, through phone calls and emails, and through Official Information act requests. If so, the Chief Ombudsman welcomes your input into his investigation. The links below will take you to the survey for each agency.

    State Services Commission
    Ministry of Justice
    Accident Compensation Corporation
    Department of Corrections
    Ministry of Education
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    Ministry of Health
    New Zealand Customs Service
    New Zealand Defence Force
    New Zealand Transport Agency
    Ministry of Social Development
    Ministry of Transport

    https://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/news/public-input-sought-official-information-followup-investigation?fbclid=IwAR1J_UDxIiViW63_ncHvSNV-1aEVSKCLclFZoTGGDhEdRLi_ctNUARl7QYo

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  23. Adam Schiff continues to fight the Russians by demanding the US fund a country (Ukraine) his ancestors used as a base to rebel against the Russians.
    This is why the Biden scandal is threatening to him and the impeachment debacle is being used to deflect the real crimes.

    Jacob Schiff was born in 1847 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to Moses and Clara (née Niederhofheim) Schiff, members of a distinguished Ashkenazi Jewish rabbinical family that traced its lineage in Frankfurt back to 1370. His father, Moses Schiff, was a broker for the Rothschilds.
    The Jewish Communal Register of New York City stated that “Mr. Schiff has always used his wealth and his influence in the best interests of his people. He financed the enemies of autocratic Russia and used his financial influence to keep Russia from the money markets of the United States

    What was perhaps Schiff’s most famous financial action was during the Russo-Japanese War, in 1904 and 1905. Schiff met Takahashi Korekiyo, deputy governor of the Bank of Japan, in Paris in April 1904. He subsequently extended loans to the Empire of Japan in the amount of $200 million (equivalent to $4.5 billion in 2018)

    This loan attracted worldwide attention, and had major consequences. Japan won the war, thanks in large part to the purchase of munitions made possible by Schiff’s loan.

    But in a February 2015 appearance on CNN, Schiff was asked by anchor Wolf Blitzer, “You want the United States right now to not only provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine, but also start providing serious weapons, right?”

    He replied: “I do. And I think it’s overdue.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/adam-schiffs-own-ukraine-connection-comes-under-scrutiny

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