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  1. RNZ has excelled themselves in trying to uncover Winston Peters honesty over donations to the NZ First Foundation with totals of 1cent less to $15,000 allowed by donors that do not want the public to know. Some interesting reading and Winston will be hoping it does not hurt him with the very rich donors that support him.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/in-depth/408785/wealthy-and-powerful-nz-first-foundation-donors-revealed
    Is this trading policy for funds, or is it these donors just think Winston is the person to lead NZ.

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    • It looks like the Herald have joined the hunt to oust Winston Peters with Headlines the Rich and Powerful names of those that are helping fund the Mysterious Foundation bankrolling the NZ First Party.
      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12305743
      Winston will be spewing that this has been released the day after Simon Bridges announced their would no talks with NZ First or Winston Peters in Negotiations at the 2020 General Election.

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      • Yes it is interesting timing given Bridges narrative is that they cannot trust Winston First although that is stating the bleeding obvious I would have thought.

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      • In the article the Herald twice said something like “RNZ is not suggesting the Van Den Brinks broke any laws or that they were motivated by a desire to keep their donations secret.” Once about the Van Den Brinks and once for Hart. So they are wisely covering their arses against the possibility of being inundated and virtually closed down under a flood of lawsuits by people with ginormous amounts of money at their disposal.

        Which leaves the question: why would a group of squillionaires want to continuously bankroll a man who pretends to have a political party but obviously has no actual firm policies except to disrupt New Zealand politics and society as much as possible?

        Has this cockroach got something on these people? Is he blackmailing them, or is he simply doing their bidding whenever one of them gives him instructions? It’s unlikely that he would have dirt on all of them and if he did, then surely he would have had an unfortunate ‘accident’ by now, so it’s more likely that the latter is the case.

        As a hypothetical example, if one of the cockroach’s controllers wants to buy a company that makes widgets, then the share price of that company can easily be temporarily driven down by the cockroach saying something like “widget production is not sustainable in New Zealand and we will certainly be looking into further regulating this industry in due course”. All very vague and nothing ever is done, but in the next week or so the share price slips by 9% and someone using multiple hidden identities buys up large and the stock price magically recovers and even gains slightly.

        This is hypothetical, of course, and I’m not in any way suggesting that the cockroach or any of his donors over the past 20 years have ever acted in any way that is other than totally honest and for the benefit of New Zealand. Far from it.

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        • The articles also neglect to say it is quite common for these rich guys to donate to all parties in election year and they usual give the same amount to each.

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    • Notice the length of the article and the passive title. If this had been about National the headline would have been:

      “National Party in dodgy donation scandal” or
      “National Party trading money for votes”

      And the article would have been three paragraphs, tops. Just so the Labour target demographic could and would read it. Instead, it’s a few pages of figures and dates that would slow down even an afficionado of politics. Looking unbiased while remaining very much so.

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      • Have you any thoughts on how Jacinda will pass this off to people that are convinced this is electoral Fraud.

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        • yes
          :Now look Mike, you know I never talk about such thing. Its my job as pardy leader to be as open annd transparent as we can”

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        • “Look, New Zealand First is their own party and we don’t get involved in the governance of our Coalition Partners”

          She’s used that excuse before. And as the media won’t chase it, it dies down.

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      • I don’t care what Party it is if they break the law and it can be proved they should all equally have procedure ruled against them, but I agree with your comment about the media Pascal they are politically corrupt and go to far. It is like Labour slave gate and Matt McCarten’s secret donor I wrote to the powers that be on the subject and most people would know of the rumour that had it that Jackson was involved hence Andrew Little doing the deal to convince him to stand for Labour instead of the Maori Party. And all the Electoral Commission did was slap them wit a wet bus ticket.

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    • Why is this investigation into the funding of NZ First not being done by the SFO? There are serious questions of, I suspect, of fraud. Do the Electoral Commission have the legal teeth to deal with the wayward NZ First party and their dodgy dealings?

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  2. PM vows Dame Whina’s Legacy will be taught in Schools. I though we had a problem in our schools with the failure of students to pass other subjects in our system like for instance math a subject’s used to excel at and now there chucking in climate change and Dame Whina’s Coopers Legacy to further our subjects that students should master before entering the workplace.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12305682
    Jacinda Ardern should take lessons from herself as her slang use of words is not something that our students should adopt.

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      • Media: knock knock
        Jacinda: Who’s there
        Media: The media
        Jacinda: Doesn’t Neve look cute in her Mao suit onesie?

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      • pdm and all those old sheep that had helped Peters and his Party survive over the years thought he was doing it for them when really it is rumored it is has been you scratch my back and I will scratch yours policy for the wealthy.

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      • She won’t be going to China and elsewhere depends on the virus!
        Do you think that she will stay home and go to work for the short time, pollies are at work.
        Can she afford to go to all the kindys like last two years, or will the voters object!

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        • Nah… she will send Mini Me.

          I hear the youngster now has a personal bodyguard so she can attend functions whilst Cindy continues her pork barrel politics.

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          • Is personal bodyguard a euphemism for taxpayer-funded nanny?

            Another one for Ed’s lies list:
            Remember how Da Baybeee wasn’t going to get in the way of SLG doing her job because Jethro was going to be the stay-at-home full-time career?
            How’d that go?
            Before Da Baybee was born, Jethro was scoping out the 9th floor for his very own office space – when really he spent most of his time in SLGs office contributing to affairs of state (and assisting ILG with his decision-making).

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  3. This is most likely being looked at and being lined up in a NZ version of legislation.

    ….. suggested news media in Canada should be regulated, requiring news outlets in Canada to be licenced. …..
    ….. “We would ask that they have a licence, yes,”……

    That is the proposal

    Attempting to curtail freedom of speech and access to information under the veil of “regulation and licensing” is undemocratic and offends Canadian constitutional values. This is lipstick on the pig of censorship.
    https://twitter.com/JKuredjian
    Just scroll down to that first video.

    That would include every website, so would Ed be signing up? 🙁
    There could be a handful of dosh there as dished out to the big boys? 🙂

    …. panel of broadcast experts tabled a list of 97 proposals—a report called the “Canada’s Communications Future: Time To Act”…..
    …… Trudeau government has already picked favourites in the Canadian news sector by offering a $600 million bailout to the industry, which allowed eight special interest groups tied to the legacy media to decided which companies would be eligible for the taxpayer money. ….
    …… proposals also includes having the CBC—notoriously known for not crediting other journalists’ work and for pushing Trudeau government propaganda—monitor and police other news outlets’ content.

    https://www.thepostmillennial.com/trudeau-government-looking-to-force-news-outlets-to-get-government-licences/

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    It will only be the small independents that will say no, but too easily rolled by the majority.
    I figure Ezra Levant of Rebel News will be opposed, but he is already being pressured by Trudeau’s Commissioner hench men. He is already planning on taking his issues as far as a seance of judges

    A wet dream for CoL in observing this. A 2nd term and they will do this and probably go even further than Canada.

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    • Each reporter to have a licence and pay $x amount each year for registration with the state!
      Yep, that’ll work!

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      • The last 2.5 years with NZ media filth the result is the same.
        This might just formalise an existing ‘arrangement’

        Getting all your ‘news’ handed to you with the correct words and slant is like a franchise arrangement so they should in all fairness pay a franchise fee.

        As it is the money flows the other way.
        There are some small bailouts (funding 8 or so regional churnalists last year ) and remember NZ On Air is funding $130,000,000 pa last I looked.
        TV3 are subsidised and would have been long gone without their 20 mill a year (2017 numbers) for Guy Williams crap and so on.

        Remember in 2013 TV3 /Mediajerks went into receivership .
        This in part was to avoid paying a tax bill of $22,000,000 of money which in part they had collected off employees but not paid over to the IRD.
        They have no moral high ground whatsoever.
        Not a sausage.

        Roll up, roll up!
        Buy your churnalism franchise from Labour now.
        A wee ‘gift’ to honest Phail Twyford will move you up the queue.
        Don’t wait, it might be too late.

        The bias has been terrible for years.
        Giving a free pass to Ardern on all madders while no dissection of the filth and scum – like Tom Scott – that write disgusting rapey garbage

        “That’s why I’m going to kill the Prime Minister. I’m going to kill the Prime Minister, because we are down and suffering and the motherfucker ain’t doing nothing. Going to kill the Prime Minister.
        One of these days I’m going to fuck your daughter. This poor boy going to make his seed, going to wake up in your girl – well hello Miss Key.”

        Tom Scott should have been persona non grata after this vile verbage.
        Tom Scott is a Friend of Ardern.

        The media filth bias is well entrenched.
        They have made their bed.
        There is no need to legislate to make them crooked.
        Thy are there already.
        They are the enemy of decent people.

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    • Further wet dreams for the CoL to use as a template and to protect their fragile positions.

      What’s happening in Virginia is a cautionary tale and political road map for what will soon happen in the rest of the country.

      ~ First, they took over the legislature by redrawing districts and dumping in millions of dollars from out of state. [China, corporations]
      ~ Then they began changing the rules so they can’t be recalled.
      ~ Then they began imposing draconian gun control measures.
      ~ Then they set about to make criticism of them illegal.

      Could it be any more clear that every step of this was planned ahead of time?
      https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/76140/are-virginia-politicians-really-so-fragile-and-delicate-theyd-pass-a-bill-making-it-illegal-to.html

      Not even to use a foul word to any of them, and then changes the language of “he shall be guilty” to “he is guilty” of a Class 1 misdemeanor
      Probably an arrest, fines etc.. and to oppose will be a costly lawfare seance with the judiciary.

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  4. I found this very interesting blog post from almost a year ago last night. It is from Dominic Cummings the man credited with being the brains behind Boris Johnson’s stunning election victory in the UK and now one of Boris’s senior advisers.

    https://dominiccummings.com/2019/03/04/the-most-secure-bio-labs-routinely-make-errors-that-could-cause-a-global-pandemic-are-about-to-re-start-experiments-on-pathogens-engineered-to-make-them-mammalian-airborne-transmissible/

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  5. While looking for election news (the Irish election this time) I came across this; This lady doesn’t mince her words and I would vote for her if I was Irish!

    “Multiculturalism has been a disaster for Ireland as it has been for all of the EU. Nothing we do will solve the problems of Africa or its people. They are being used as pawns in the UN replacement game. It’s time to end this insanity for once and for all.”

    https://twitter.com/gemmaod1/status/1224099625629515777

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    • A great quote, I think I’ll put it on my new webiste.

      But Angela Merkel said the same thing twice, 8 years ago and last year.
      yet she still allows the vermin in to destroy Europes values.

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  6. I am meeting with my child’s new Teachers today.
    I will report back if her new classroom is adorned with a picture of our Dear and Glorious Leader…(As was her classroom last year)

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    • I hear that in Stalins time Russian schools had to display large photographs of him.

      Communist Cindy is just continuing this tradition.

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      • I was talking to a friend who is a Kindergarten Teacher the other day.
        She was telling me that ‘A is for Activist’ is part of the recommended reading for many NZ Kindergartens now.
        She is probably a bit of a Lefty but even she isn’t comfortable with it.

        *’A is for Activist’ is a controversial book for Preschoolers that promotes Marxism and violent uprising etc

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    • It will have wall to wall Teo Reo and pics of Tama and Rangi doing great things.
      Non MOURI will feel discrimainated against.

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  7. Today’s meme proves that one cartoon/ picture can express more than a book. In this case Ed has summed up the curse upon mankind that religion of all stripes presents.

    The best ever!

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    • Yes religion is just another form of tribalism.
      Where the elders of the tribe make everyone conform and pay (or work) to keep them in their privildeged positions.

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    • And to think that soon any criticism of a certain religion will be classified as a ‘Hate Crime’!
      But the ‘Religion’ of Leftism/Socialism is equally as dangerous.
      Talk to any Labour Party member- Any criticism of Jacinda whatsoever is considered a ‘Hate Crime’ in their bizarre world.
      Some of them honestly believe she is the Messiah…And as such any criticism is blasphemy

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  8. A Government Chartered Air New Zealand Plane is set to arrive in Auckland from novel coronavirus stricken Wuhan about 4 pm on Wednesday with 70 NZer’s on board.
    Air NZ Chief Pilot David Morgan said a totalof250 passengers on board would be a mix of NZer’s Australians and Pacific Islanders, but didn’t have a breakdown of the exact numbers.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/travel/2020/02/how-the-flight-to-evacuate-new-zealanders-from-coronavirus-stricken-wuhan-will-work.html
    Let’s hope the passengers and crew of this flight remain healthy and have not contracted coronavirus.

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      • No SLG will be there in her bus conductors uniform to lift $500 off each one.
        In light of the Pike River Bill, that’s pretty petty.

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    • A family member has a partner who works as border security. A large number of extra border staff have been drafted in to process passengers accessing our borders during the coronavirus. What safety precautions have been taken for these airport staff who have to work in a close environment with these possibly infected passengers? Do those border staff just head home after each day to their families and to mix in their local communities?

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      • As well as the gaurds on the containment facility on the north shore to keep them in and family out.
        Will they be armed solders or plastic policemen?
        Will they have naval boats on patrol aswell?

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    • The Newsscrub article’s headline is “How the flight to evacuate New Zealanders from coronavirus stricken Wuhan will work”.

      This is extremely misleading. It should read “How New Zealand’s deliberate self infection with coronavirus will work”

      We know that all these people come from the highly infectious province of Hubei.

      We also know that an individual is capable of infecting others some days (exact figures vary) before they themselves show symptoms – so pre flight symptom & temperature screening etc is absolutely useless. It’s almost guaranteed that most of the passengers will be carrying the virus.

      And guess what? Passengers’ personal protection will be ‘up to the individual’, border protocols will be ‘normal’ and the crew will be allowed to trot off home carrying the infections that they have picked up with them!

      This is madness. Given that the onset of symptoms is 2 to 14 days, I would expect that Auckland hospital will begin to show a sharp increase in coronavirus patients around 20th February, blowing out to a flood in early March and a catastrophic exponential wave by end March which will totally overwhelm our medical facilities.

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      • Elective surgery being postponed.
        Another cost blow out for the hospitals and medical systems.

        An upgraded form of Cloward & Piven strategy to overwhelm the health system?
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloward%E2%80%93Piven_strategy
        Would that create a lot of pressure to bring in more draconian powers of control?
        Like using “emergency” powers?

        Still I do have hope that it will not be so bad, and despite the mismanagement at the top level, self preservation at a lower level, where the rubber meets the road, may prevail.

        It is probably one of the reasons why so much media and social media control is now being seeked by controlling powers.
        The “Samizdat” will prevail. 🙂

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      • Aircraft with their heavy reliance on recirculated air in the cabin (a fuel saving measure) are a great way to spread infection among all the passengers. Even if the HEPA filters in the air conditioning / pressurization system are new and clean they will not filter out all the germs circulating in the cabin before they infect other passengers.

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      • I know you don’t click on links Sooty so you won’t have seen Alice’s video link of Chinese falling down in the street and nobody going near them to help for fear of catching the virus. It looks like hell on earth.

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  9. What the hell is this about changing our name to suit the Maori language? This is totally woke once again This country is turning so woke we will not know where the hell we live soon. Peter Williams thinks we should change our name to the Maori which is not actually Aoteeeeeeearoa. He said this morning we should be a Maori name. WHY? What difference will it make other than to appease the woke?

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    • “Niu Tireni” which recognized all of New Zealand was used in the Declaration of Independence of the United Tribes of New Zealand in 1835, which fed into the treaty of Waitangi and was used for over 50 years, before eventually being out powered by the mythology of cloudiness over the North Island.

      Perhaps the over riding of Aotearoa over Niu Tireni, may be the start of nullifying the Declaration and Treaty? 🙂

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      • Yup, and the name came from a chieftain’s canoe and was a reference to only parts of the North Island. Then a couple of European writers popularised Aoteoroa as the “Maori” name for New Zealand. And so many Maori are so merged into New Zealand culture now that they don’t even recognise the original name of this country that was captured in the Treaty and the Declaration of Independence. It’s a travesty.

        I have shared my correspondence if you want to also start complaining to the broadcasters. Worst case is we waste their time and money responding to us. Best case is they stop (HAHAHAHA!)

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  10. How come the Chinese knew to start building this hospital in 10 days before the rest of the world caught up with the fact of this virus spreading like wild fire. We were kept in the dark for economic reasons.

    Coronavirus: First patients arrive at China’s rapidly built hospital
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/02/coronavirus-first-patients-arrive-at-china-s-rapidly-built-hospital.html

    Authorities have cut most road, rail and air access to Wuhan and surrounding cities, isolating some 50 million people, in efforts to contain the viral outbreak that has sickened more than 17,000 and killed more than 360 people.

    The Huoshenshan Hospital was built by a 7,000-member crew of carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists, according to the Xinhua News Agency. Photos in state media showed workers in winter clothing, safety helmets and the surgical-style masks worn by millions of Chinese in an attempt to avoid contracting the virus.

    About half of the two-story, 60,000-square-metre building is isolation wards, according to the government newspaper Yangtze Daily. It has 30 intensive care units.

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    • Amazing alright, but despite that efficiency, I would not like to live in such a society. Penalties for non-compliance?

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      • Someone is telling porkies, how long would it take to,
        Organise where it goes,
        Organise earthmoving, metal supply, builders, concrete,
        Organise chippies, plumbers, sparkies, painters,
        Qrganise the construction of flatpach hospitol, delivery,
        Organise the staff, supplies to run it,
        Yep, China has hospitols just sitting in a wharehouse in flatpaks,
        Yep, it’s just amazeballs. Cindy could learn a lot there! She should visit!

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        • You forgot ….
          Get the resouce consent
          Building inpsections
          Health and safety
          Water rights
          Tangata Wenua
          Moari burial site kohanga

          They are actually buidling two of them.
          And they single story but abotu 10 block.

          Also the vius first started appearing in NOVEMBER

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    • Oh, the Irish election is on 8 February. Not long to wait to see if the Irish can overturn the present mob!!! Loved Ireland when we were there – good luck Ireland.

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  11. Go Boris
    Make Britiain Great Again
    Take back your borders
    Tell the EU to F off.
    Don’t pay them one more penny.
    Where can I buy a Morris Marina?

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    • Did they give the man compensation?
      Dumb reporters, can’t do questions as well!
      Do you think they just rewrite a police handout?

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  12. if you can’t find a face mask
    Could I recommend one of those full burkhas?
    They come in black and a fetching shade of blue.
    You can get them at Burkas R Us

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    • Tradies needing face masks for concrete cutting etc phoning Shaun Plunkett to say there are none to purchase from Mitre 10, etc. Sold out. Chinese have been buying them up to send back to China.

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    • Since when hasn’t Waitangi been political?

      Do all the CoL pollies have amnesia/ Alzheimers?

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    • The broadcast on OneNews about this was ridiculous. They have a clip of Ardern saying they will look into free dental care for Maori, not a whisper. Immediately after Bridges talks up his highway and suddenly it’s “politics”.

      Wankers.

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  13. ‘A dog’s breakfast’: Former Treaty Settlement Minister Chris Finlayson slams Ihumātao process
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/02/a-dog-s-breakfast-former-treaty-settlement-minister-chris-finlayson-slams-ihum-tao-process.html

    It has been reported – though it remains unconfirmed – that the Government will buy the land back for $45 million, $19 million more than Fletcher Building originally paid for the land.

    Finlayson says private property should be off limits for Treaty settlements – “it has to be”, he said.

    “I think the smarter thing would have been to have got them off the land and then said to people – well if you want to go deal with Fletcher and do a private deal good on you.”

    He called the situation “a dog’s breakfast”

    The site is believed to be one of the country’s earliest settlements, but Finlayson said Ihumātao was not unique in being privately held land of historical importance.

    “From my knowledge of Treaty settlements, as nine years as minister, there are plenty of parcels of land around the country that are in private hands that are historically significant. So what’s to stop a settle iwi actually approaching people and trying to do a deal?

    “But to occupy, that’s not the way we do things here.”

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    • “But to occupy, that’s not the way we do things here.” – It is now, have already stated want to revisit past settlements.

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    • He could never achieve anything like that!
      33 houses out of 10,00 that were ment to be built!
      He cpuld onl do anything if National had done the hard yards first, liket he roads!

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  14. If any of you bastards are planning on voting Winston First this year to “keep the bastards honest”, I feel it is my duty as a concerned citizen to meet with all such afflicted by the desire, to kick some fucking common sense into them.

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    • ” Reti-Kaukau said it was fine if a judge did not recognise her organisation “because we don’t recognise your laws either”.

      She said the organisation had been operating elsewhere throughout the North Island for many years but only had held its first hearings in Hastings last month. The hearings were presided over by her and an Auckland-based ‘chief justice’. ”

      It is laughable but dangerous as they really believe their own bullsh*t.

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  15. Tanirau Whaanga was still serving a sentence of intensive supervision for an earlier attack…

    Lower Hutt man killed with a headbutt over a supermarket parking space
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/119199385/guilty-plea-to-headbutt-manslaughter-over-hutt-valley-supermarket-car-parking-space

    The other driver was 55, and he had his mum – and her wheelchair – in the car. He’d taken the day off work to help her get to several appointments.

    The cameras caught Tanirau Whaanga pointing at the car, and the victim pointing at the disabled parks and his own car where his elderly mother was waiting.

    The victim stepped back as Tanirau Whaanga moved in on him and they spoke briefly before Tanirau Whaanga changed his stance, held out his arms and headbutted the man fully in the head.

    At the time he headbutted the victim he was still serving a sentence of intensive supervision for an earlier attack in which he had stomped on the neck of a man laid out unconscious by a relative. The prone man’s neck bore the pattern from the sole of Tanirau Whaanga’s shoe.

    Then too Tanirau Whaanga walked away, leaving his victim helpless.

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      • Tanirau Whaanga.
        His previous conviction for which he was on “intensive supervision” was for stomping on someone’s neck as they lay on the ground. He should have been locked up for that so the rest of us were safe from him!!!!!

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        • So who was “intensivley supervising him”
          They need to be named and shamed, and sacked with no pay.

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  16. Creator Of US BioWeapons Act Says Coronavirus Is Biological Warfare Weapon

    In an explosive interview Dr. Francis Boyle, who drafted the Biological Weapons Act has given a detailed statement admitting that the 2019 Wuhan Coronavirus is an offensive Biological Warfare Weapon and that the World Health Organization (WHO) already knows about it.
    Francis Boyle is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law. He drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, that was approved unanimously by both Houses of the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President George H.W. Bush.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/health/creator-bioweapons-act-says-coronavirus-biological-warfare-weapon

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    • ” . . .a biowarfare weapons agent genetically modified with gain of function properties”
      I can only imagine what ‘gain of function properties’ are, but they don’t sound like something you’d want in a virus.
      I don’t know if there’s any truth is this, but have always thought that China’s response has been a huge over-reaction if this is another SARS or Swine Flu. What lead them to lock-down entire cities?

      Anyway while Princess is swanning round ‘governing’ in sunny Northland with her daughter, she and Winnie may want to spare a thought for the impact this is beginning to have on our trade and industries.

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      • Saggy.
        If the huggy, hongi, harridin is not concerned , it can only mean one thing.
        As soon as she shows any sign of concern, if she does, it will because she has been told to.
        Meanwhile, kick back, enjoy the reliable furn northwester and relax.
        A bit drizzly in Milford, but hey, by all official accounts, it has had worse.
        I’m looking forward to Winston not being knighted and The COL sewage pond being drained.

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      • One report said they had genetically modified the flu with airborne HIV. It has now escaped. Treatment includes HIV drugs.
        info has been posted in the last couple of days.

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  17. It is about time Winston Peters mouth pieces Barry and Heather grew up and stopped bias over Simon Bridges if don’t like him it’s easy don’t vote for him because your childish habits of spewing Winston’s shit has become boring.
    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/heather-du-plessis-allan-drive/audio/perspective-with-heather-du-plessis-allan-why-i-still-think-simon-bridges-is-a-placeholder-leader/
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12305909.
    Heather du plessis Allan and Barry Soper do it every time Peters opens his mouth about Simon Bridges and try to create a story that it is alway the National leaders fault.

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    • Putting doubts in voters minds with continual negative stories and radio comments about Simon because they are scared of him and National.

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  18. Anyone else noticed since Cindy announced the election the incidents she has to deal with are mounting up:

    •Coronavirus is a growing health problem, will our hospitals be inundated, will they cope, do they have enough staff to cope, are there enough drugs in the country to treat a possible large number who may become infected?
    • Affected international trade and local business
    • Growing armed gang confrontations and 1400 more gang members under the COL with a 1/2 $billion meth industry
    • Civil emergency in Southland
    • Ihumamotua coming to a head
    • Waitangi to keep a lid on
    • Housing, infrastructure failures
    • Winston…

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    • I too have been ringing the bell over the “flu” being a form of germ warfare. What we’re up against is that there’s no reputable body in the world with the guts to absolutely confirm or deny.

      The one organisation we should be able to trust is the WHO but as they’re part of the demonstrably corrupt UN there’s no hope in that direction. Then we have a fuckwitted globalist for a Prime Minister who will wave her daughter at the problem in the hope that it will go away.

      I don’t like our chances.

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  19. Some people have sex with inflatable animals, something I really don’t understand. Presumably, a blow-up doll is for men who can’t get a real woman.

    How fucked are you if you can’t get a real sheep?

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  20. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_IxPxeEpm0
    Hannity: The Democratic Party has nothing to offer the American people

    Bernie Sanders wants to nationalize the oil and gas industry and plans to spend $16 trillion dollars on “the green deal”.

    “If the Democrats win the American peoples wealth will be destroyed” – Trump

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    • Oh dear, The Comrade is not doing too good. 10% behind ACT with national miles in front of the Comrade. NZF last.

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  21. Embroidered map tracks Cook’s voyage and shows early attempts at Te Reo
    by Vivien Caughley and Tessa Smallwood

    Stitched by English woman Martha Gibbons in 1784, this map sampler depicts the cartography of the New World, the tracks of Captain James Cook’s Endeavour through the Pacific, and contains what is currently the earliest-known surviving stitched record of the Māori language as recorded by Cook.

    https://www.aucklandmuseum.com/discover/stories/blog/2014/embroidered-map-includes-early-attempt-at-te-reo?fbclid=IwAR3b41Xh-xEsoSUQsO2XT9UvjpT_GqgUM9MqsdJy42D0WJqko0z63SrO1eU

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  22. Big jail terms for country’s largest ever cocaine haul
    Benn Bathgate19:28, Feb 04 2020
    Four members of an international drugs syndicate that attempted to smuggle $20m worth of cocaine into New Zealand have been sentenced to prison terms ranging from 27 to 14 years.

    ​The men, a Serbian, a Croat and two Australians, were sentenced at the High Court in Rotorua on Tuesday for the audacious plot that involved submersible scooters, gym bags stuffed with cash and the use of container ships as unwitting drug mules.

    It remains the biggest seizure of cocaine in New Zealand history and, it was revealed in court, was the syndicate’s third importation into the country.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119226504/big-jail-terms-for-countrys-largest-ever-cocaine-haul?cid=facebook.post&fbclid=IwAR1T-PAJl9D6kClnISKB_6OGlaAIXoFPS0-fFsP34Wn9jM2Yp3RsxlVIvts

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  23. It seems to me that little Neve is a political weapon for Liarbore this year, Cindy will have no compunction in whoring her daughter out to gain as many votes as possible, It’s quite disgraceful really. Cindy has no shame! Cindy was asked by a reporter, what’s the most asked question when you meet the public? she replies NEVE!

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      • Hold the pressses!

        How many liebour voters use kids as their means of income.
        Therein lies your answer.

        so no, if they are foolish enough to vote for an airhead this will not be a restraint.

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  24. “There is no difference between communism and socialism, except in the means of achieving the same ultimate end:
    Communism proposes to enslave men by force, socialism, by vote.
    It is merely the difference between murder and suicide.”

    Ayn Rand.

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