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  1. The donations mess reveals a vacuum in our political system, who will fill it so Danyl Mclauchlan gives his take on the problem.
    Different Journalists but same shit with the media happy to point out all they see wrong with the opposition and gloss over the facts that we have a corrupt Coalition Government.
    If this Government committed murder this political corrupt media would still find a reason to support the Government as they only want Jacinda Ardern as there Leader and Prime Minister.
    https://thespinoff.co.nz/politics/17-02-2020/winstons-latest-antics-have-redefined-the-choice-architecture-for-swing-voters/
    How could anyone from the media come up with a argument to support Leaders from the Coalition turning a blind eye to support a long standing politician with form on gaming the electoral system for this blatant breach of the rules concerning donations.

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  2. NZ First Foundation saga : Greens break silence on “chilling” on photos of Journalists.
    The Greens have broken their silence and expressed alarm on photos of ex NZ First President with Journalists who have been on the story of donations to NZ First , but James Shaw stopped short of asking questions of their Governing Partner.
    Simon Bridges had this to say about the Greens and Labour, if this had been National that was involved in such a thing Labour with the Greens would be shouting from the rooftops for all to hear.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=12308988
    Weak feeble Leaders that dont want to lose the big pay packet that they get for being absolute hypocrites.

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      • I listened and took the view Ms Ardern cannot expect the line that she has no responsibilities for the behaviour of Coalition partners will be accepted.

        The issues strike at democratic process being correctly handled and confidence in government. The minimum would be for the party involved to stand down, or be stood down if they have hesitation, until the issues are examined and reported.

        The response in relation to any similar issue being faced by the Opposition party has no relevance when it is a part of the Coalition government, headed by Ms Ardern that is implicated.

        Those implicated carry senior ministerial and cabinet roles. That connects their actions directly to Ms Ardern as PM. The party affiliations do not.

        I consider Ms Ardern should re examine her position on these matters.

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        • What position? If you don’t like the one I have now, Don’t worry, I have many more. I will even don the old head scarf to show my concern with your position.

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          • How come she never donned the grass skirt and swung the poi at grievance day or ratana party?
            Muslims, must be worth more!

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            • Because Tarrant said he hated the scarf.
              He also said other insulting things about her.
              The scarf was to tell that person whose name she won’t mention who’s Boss.
              Then she rammed through the very gun controls he said she would.
              It would be hilarious if it weren’t for the loss of life.

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      • So is the ptpm saying they can do and say what they like and its nothing to do with her? Wow, that is a different sort of an attitude. Think it’s time we returned to First Past the Post voting system.

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  3. Is there a part of the consumer gaurantees act that covers concerts?

    Or are our hard earned funds going offshore anyway?

    Emotional Sir Elton John ends Auckland concert early after being diagnosed with ‘walking pneumonia’

    Can some learned person tell us what that is.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/music/119564576/elton-john-diagnosed-with-walking-pneumonia

    Never mind. Here it is. a mild form of pneumonia or like a bad cold.

    https://healthprep.com/conditions/walking-pneumonia/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=8672868856&utm_content=87309044536&utm_term=walking%20pneumonia&gclid=Cj0KCQiA7aPyBRChARIsAJfWCgKA5xelBoBWabXC-juIP2hW5BGY-dx0BakR11aNjn1myCCOLcyt_zUaAhutEALw_wcB

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  4. Auckland mother says landlords won’t rent to her because of her six kids
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/02/auckland-mother-says-landlords-won-t-rent-to-her-because-of-her-six-kids.html

    “Auckland Action Against Poverty coordinator Ricardo Mernendez March said the plan was a start – but more houses needed to be added to the government stock.”

    I see the latest Green candidate has plenty to say. When do his comments become electioneering?

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  5. More than three tonnes of drugs seized at New Zealand border in 2019
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/02/more-than-three-tonnes-of-drugs-seized-at-new-zealand-border-in-2019.html

    “We are experiencing an evolution in the volume and craftiness of the criminal syndicates who seek to peddle these products in our communities,” she said.

    While acknowledging the sale of drugs is a global issue, she said Australian deportees are part of the problem.

    “This is partly due to the criminals who have returned from Australia as deportees, and have brought their know-how and international criminal networks.”

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  6. It looks like New Zealand could be in for a bumpy ride economically if Economists are right.
    Economist Rodney Jones is anticipating “quite a shock” for NZ in the fall out of COVID-19 Coronavirus and said Chinese Ambassador to NZ Wu Xi needed to ” over her calls pull her head in a bit” over her calls for the travel ban to be lifted.
    “We are looking at a larger disruption” Mr Jones said ” if it lasts into March which is possible, then we are looking at quite a severe economic shock”
    ” Unless this resolves quickly in the next we have a problem”.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/chinese-ambassador-nz-should-pull-her-head-in-bit-over-travel-ban-plea-economist
    With all the scandals and a General Election in September to deal with the Coalition will need to be seen to be making good decisions to save what some think could be a mauling at the Election.

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    • Oh God…. I can’t wait. Is the glorious dynamic Mr Bridges really going to make an announcement today? Like, really really?

      Has he come up with a cunning scheme to reduce our ‘carbon emissions’? Perhaps a plan to make schools more’ ‘inclusive’ for transgender pre-teens? Or maybe he’s going to find a way to give what’s left of our country to the Maoris?

      This is going to be an event worth bookmarking, that’s for sure. I don’t want to miss this…..

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      • Don’t shoot the messenger Dave!

        It doesn’t mean I’ll vote for them but at least National are organised enough to have a plan in place. When Duncan Garner asked Socialist Cindy this morning if Labour were planning tax cuts her reply was “give us a chance, we haven’t written our policies yet”.

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        • But he’s not really any sort of ‘messenger’ is he? Neither Bridges nor his party have shown that they have any vision or ideas about NZ’s future other than dribbling left-of-centre wokeism. Socialism in drag. Pathetic.

          What are the chances that this man will say anything meaningful about such things as freedom of speech, property rights, creeping totalitarianism, industry, firearms, education standards or the flagrant attacks on capitalism and landlords today?

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              • Good on National for been ready for an early election! At least they are out of the blocks! The COL is smelling and won’t see the distance! How can the Comrade electioneer with the stink surrounding them all! TAINTED I say!

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          • Well his big release was hardly inspirational. I don’t believe National have any idea about running the economy .
            I adhere to Mike Riddells approach and the first thing to do is stop mass immigration which is the root cause of a whole raft of issues.
            I am sure the Nats have had plenty of feedback in response to their emailing members but they are hellbent on continuing on the same path they were on before .

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            • Can you give us a link please wiseowl? I’d be interested to check it out. Did he mention ‘carbon emissions’, transgenders and giving our country to the Maoris as I predicted?

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              • Oh I found a link on Newsscrub….. just meaningless waffle and platitudes. Total waste of time and space.

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            • I am not your wrong but I would say that it is in Nationals best interest to.wait until Peter’s and Ardern release there detail from there deal with NZ First when becoming the Government and that looks like a bitch fight about to happen.
              https://www.newsroom.co.nz/2020/02/17/1034496/immigration-to-carry-on
              I know National have been no better than Labour on this subject but they need to find out what Winston is promising before they release theres.

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    • And no reply from Cindy , and blow arse Robertson said its bullshit , oh well , Bridges must have nailed it then

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  7. His God or Government is not so great for him.

    ….. nearly 90-year-old homeless man in Trelleborg. The man, Rolf Hansson, doesn’t receive any housing assistance from the municipal social services, and as a result is forced to eat, sleep and live in his car.

    …… living his last days as a homeless person in Sweden since the municipality refuses to help him with a home or nursing home”,
    ….. urged his readers to “put pressure” on those responsible so that Rolf does not have to live in a parking lot.
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    According to the municipality, there is no place for Rolf in a nursing home, even though he is almost 90 years old.
    …… visited the municipality office, the staff said that it is his own responsibility to find a place to live and that they couldn’t help in any way.
    ……
    Within just one day, Lamotte’s film got over 1,500,000 views on Facebook.
    The leader of the Sweden Democrats’ opposition council in Trelleborg, Helmuth Petersén, says that the party immediately after hearing about the case sent out people to find the elderly homeless man.
    “He’s been found now, I got a call just five minutes ago that he’s on his way to a hotel where we will install him.
    We will provide food and shelter until the municipality takes its responsibility”, Petersén says.
    The SD politician says he is convinced that Rolf would have received help immediately if he had had “another surname”.

    “It’s obviously the case that if you have a different last name, you get help earlier. He has a regular surname and then you may not get the help you are entitled to,” he concludes.
    https://voiceofeurope.com/2020/02/sweden-88-year-old-rolf-is-homeless-while-migrants-get-everything-for-free/

    “Our God is greater”, and works very well in Sweden // 🙁
    Is it the intention that euthanasia could be practiced to make room for other followers of allah. // 🙁

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    • Yep, electricity is going to skyrocket in price.! More stuff in houses and a shitload of cars is Ma Woods plan to use electricity and not build more power stations! Brown outs coming to your house soon!

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    • They were going to do something dumb with people paying on time (the discount was unfair to those that didn’t pay ontime, apparently) and shopping aroubd (apparently gettimg a better deal isn’t allowed under Labour either).

      Basic Labour stuff up, again.

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    • Only someone suffering from a special kind of stupidity could come up with an idea like that. What kind of people are running our universities and unfortunately our country until September?

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    • They can be sent their books, lectures can be via computer, how hard is it to be done by correspondence for a wee while.

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      • By wee while I take it you mean almost indefinitely. This is a game changer and I think it is safe to say things will not be the same again for a couple of generations. For my kids sake I rather hope I am wrong but taken in conjunction with climate change – the Grand Solar Minimum – I don’t think I am.

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    • A prop plane looked like it just about landed on the nose wheel.
      Air NZ plane last one on the clip, got a bit sideways. You would think after flying into Wellys, they would be us to a bit of wind!

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    • These plane spotters should come over to Wellington during the winter. They would see that sort of landing, quite often.

      Many years ago I was in a twin engine Cessna ( as one of about 6 passengers) landing in weather like that at Wellington. The pilot was a young 18 or 19 year old girl. She flew in over the end of the run way quite a bit higher than normal and then tipped the nose sharply down towards the runway. Ended up with a perfect landing —she was obviously really well trained.

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  8. Coalition landmine awaits in Residency range call
    Labour and NZ First are considering whether to abandon a 20 year practice of limiting of total residency approvals at between 37,000 and 47,000 a year.
    Dileepa Fonseka reports this much delayed and politically explosive bill is due before the election.
    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/2020/02/17/1034496/immigration-to-carry-on
    NZ First makes Immigration one of its leading promises at most Elections only to let the voter down most times so this bill could end up as a cat fight between Labour the Greens and NZ First.

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  9. John Armstrong’s opinion: Jacinda Ardern must stop ‘displaying all the backbone of a spineless jellyfish’ and remind Winston Peters who’s boss
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/john-armstrong-ardern-must-grow-backbone-and-remind-peters-whos-boss?auto=6132364039001

    Rarely has the current prime minister looked quite so feeble as was evident during yet another turbulent week for her pockmarked, patchwork administration.

    It was another week which witnessed Peters at his frustrating, selfish, perfidious and domineering worst.

    In a perfect world, it would have been a week which ended with him having been relieved of the title of Deputy Prime Minister, if only temporarily.

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  10. Do these Newshub muppets ever read what they write?

    Hazza and Megs have snubbed the Queen by declining an invite to Uncle Randy’s birthday party, have they?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2020/02/prince-harry-meghan-snubbing-prince-andrew-s-birthday-bash-report.html?ref=ves-vid1

    But when Randy’s indiscretions became so very very public, HM cancelled his birthday party – remember?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2019/11/queen-cancels-prince-andrew-s-60th-birthday-party.html

    Actually, there needs to be a list of those whose judgement is so lacking they’d accept an invitation to celebrate another year on earth of the depraved Duke of York.

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  11. Looks like Aus are kindly going to bring our 11 cruise ship passengers back from Japan. Good on them. After the stick Ardern’s given them, they could be forgiven for telling us to get stuffed.

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    • Excellent read indeed. But he includes a warning not to allow government to interfere with their expectations on what and what will not be successful. Cue the push by our current COL for alternative green technologies.

      …”but his focus is on how to use the government to boost innovation, and that way lies danger. Except when setting standards, government has a habit of picking technologies it thinks we should want, rather than the ones we actually do want. As Oxford’s Professor Dieter Helm has put it with respect to energy policy, governments love picking winners, but losers are good at picking governments”.

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  12. The third time in under a year that the Spinoff a left leading chair Leader of the Left have called our Prime Minister to task on her ability as a Leader.
    Damage control : Jacinda Ardern faces torrent of Winston related questions. Across the PM’s weekly Monday morning broadcast interviews from four different media sites there was one overwhelming theme : The behaviour of NZ First and Winston Peters, who also happens to be Deputy PM.
    https://thespinoff.co.nz/politics/17-02-2020/damage-control-jacinda-ardern-faces-torrent-of-winston-related-questions/?amp
    This is the third scenario of the Prime Minister passing the buck showing how weak and ineffective she is at doing the job. You can look back at the sexual deviate out her office and the lies that were told, then we had Ihumatoa where Maori activists have a occupation of land under dispute that really is a land grab curious of the Prime Minister for her inept handling of the situation and now the behaviour of her Coalition partner. Well there are just three instances that the Prime Minister need to stand up and address the problems have found how far and out of her depth she really is for the pay she has Paid to make decisions no matter how hard they are to address.

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    • After reading that Bomber Bradbury has gone up in my estimation. Well done for having an alternative opinion but keeping it in perspective Bomber. That is all anyone asks. At least you can have a decent discussion with someone who doesn’t just explode opinion-wise even if they have opposing political views to you. 👏👏👏

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    • From Rachael’s link:

      ……” He is in New Zealand as a guest of Family First.”……

      Which says it all. Any mate of Bob McCoskrie is insane by association.

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      • Well I would prefer that there is more than the government’s narrative put to the voters. When do the helicopters go cropping? Be the last big cash crop before the price falls out the arse lol. I don’t think drug growers will vote for it, there will be less money in it if legal. No?

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        • I understand the gangs aren’t keen on legalisation, but I’m not sure how many of them vote. The choppers aren’t usually out until around this time but they were out a few weeks ago in some areas as they have realised a lot of growers are growing autoflowers now, which can flower much earlier.

          There are so many hemp growers now in operation that it won’t be possible to grow marijuana outdoors in many areas in the future due to cross-pollination. So times will be a-changing, regardless of the referendum result.

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          • Totally agree. You only need one male a kilometre upwind & it’s all over rover.

            Not to worry. The rambos of the NZ Police have ensured that clandestine growing under lights in wardrobes will continue to be the favoured method of cultivation for the foreseeable future whatever the outcome of the referendum.

            I don’t smoke enough nowadays for it to personally bother me one way or the other & in any case I have good connections. I favour the law change because it is going to get up the noses of more petty minded, know-all, Godbothering, conservative arseholes than anything else that has happened during my long & enjoyable life. 🙂

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            • I just want to be able to grow a couple of plants and legally partake in the privacy of my own home. I don’t understand why so many people wish to deprive me of this.

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              • This is easy to explain.

                Just as weed makes you feel good, inflicting control and misery on others makes authoritarians feel good.

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              • Would the cops really bother with you now? Isn’t it just that those such as yourself are caught up in the same legislation as big growers?

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            • Nasska:- What is an 0 going for up your way if it’s not too intrusive ole chap ?
              Down our way an 0 is going for $300 to 350 still about the same it was 25 years ago which was big coin back then for the stoners !~

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  13. I love visiting the West Coast of the South Island but there’s fuck all to do on wet days. As an antidote to caravan fever I’ve been going through https://westcoast.recollect.co.nz/nodes/view/838 to give an historical perspective to the places we’ve visited. This item looked interesting:

    ……”Johnny Devlin was a Rock n Roll singer back in the 1950s.

    At that time he was very popular and I attended one of his shows in the Regent Theatre in Greymouth. As he left the theatre by the stage door in Herbert St the swam of girls chased him towards the front of the Regent tearing his shirt from his back. It was amazing just how little resistance the stitching of his shirt took to tear to bits.”…….

    As I still have my shirt it’s probably fair to say that things have quietened down a little over the past few decades. 🙂

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    • ……”Holden is no more”……

      The best thing that GM have ever done for the motoring public. With the possible exceptions of the EJ & the HR they would be the biggest shitboxes ever to have littered the sides of NZ roads.

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          • I had a Mini & a Cortina stigie but the first real car I owned was a 63 Valiant. I bought it off the boss’s brother in 68 & it went like fuck. I had to recon the motor once but we were still using it to tow the girls’ horse float fifteen years later.

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            • We had no idea what proper cars were until jap imports arrived.

              The Japanese make the best cars in the world by a considerable margin.

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              • Would have to agree there Kea, but i remember the motors in the Anglia 105e the 315 Consul Classic right through the Escort range until the Jap Laser’s were some of the best and reliable motors Ford of England made.

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            • Valiants were great. Went like buggery and great for towing big boats. My yatch was a ton on the trailer and towed it lots of places.
              One of the best cars was the Mazda RX7
              Man that could leave the slow behind.

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          • Out of all of the Pommie garbage that was dumped in NZ the Rootes Group line up was probably the best. Their only real disaster was the Hillman Imp.

            But I’m sure you recall V2, that the Hunter was up against the Datsun 180B & the Toyota Corona. The little Corolla was unbeatable for reliability.

            When it comes to manufactured goods you only have to remember one thing……made in the UK = shit.

            Ford…….Fix or repair daily

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            • If the electrics dont say – Made in Japan, they are broken.

              Lucas – prince of darkness – Loose Unsoldered Connections and Splices

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            • Yeah, mother had an IMP. Wasn’t to bad to drive as I recall.
              My Dad had a couple of Plymouths. The second one was aV* with push button gears. That could hall ass over the Rimutaka’s with a big trailer full of manuka on behind.
              Had a Hillman Super minx. Last lot out before they went to the hunter. 1725 motor and that was a classy car. Did over the ton on the desert rd. Still the odd one around here.

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    • ……”The Children’s Commissioner is calling for the abolishment of a law which allows defendants to stay silent “…..

      However noble the reason, the Children’s Commissioner is a wanker & an advocate for a police state.

      Abolishing the Right to Silence is a totalitarian’s wet dream.

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    • Good to hear that Tova was asking pointed questions, not that one could hear them, but going on the PM’s response.

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    • I thought I had added a paragraph but it was not there when I came back. Perhaps I forgot to save it?
      Socialist Cindy said she has not spoken to Wynstone about his involvement in ‘photo gate’ believing it has nothing to do with her or the Caucus. She said she does not like political blogs as referenced in this “believing they do not add anything to NZ or NZ politics”.

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  14. OK, now we know why the police helicopter is been deployed to CC!
    Has nothing at all to do with crims down south.
    It’s not as though the crims in Ak are behaving themselves or less crime.
    They could have sent it to keep an eye on the crims in Tauranga or Hastings. But oh, no!
    It’s purely off down south to CC to protect Comrade Stinky Cindy on her promotional tour of the city’s mosques and photo shoots, with the family in tow. Especially the baby, with matching tea towels to mum!
    Maybe Jethro could have one to wear, as a pinny. My he has been quiet lately, hasn’t he!
    What’s the bet as soon as she leaves, so does the helicopter!
    Will Comrade Stinky Cindy leave the assistant PM behind do you think?
    Are the police expecting another massacre, do you think?
    Can’t have him rain on her parade! Besides with the two of them together, the stink would be to much,
    I do hope the local congregation are told to wash or it will be ripe in there!

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    • Thanks, I did wonder what the real reason was. More lies from the police.

      Will the armoured vehicles and hit squads be going down too?

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  15. From approx 12 mins Ardern discusses Wynstone and reiterates she has no interest in stepping into photogate saying she has not discussed it directly with Wystone Peters. Socialist Cindy says she does not like political blogs believing “they don’t add anything”.

    As it happened: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s post-Cabinet press conference
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/02/livestream-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-s-post-cabinet-press-conference1.html

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  16. Dancing With the Devil: China Remaking Bible So It’s Compatible With Socialism

    China sometimes calls itself the Middle Kingdom, but it’s paving a way to the netherworld with a new effort: rewriting the Bible to make it compatible with socialism. Moreover, it’s doing the same with the Koran.

    In fact, Beijing is instituting new religious rules, set to take effect February 1, that may essentially make the state the church.

    https://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/item/34749-dancing-with-the-devil-china-remaking-bible-so-it-s-compatible-with-socialism

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    • Powerful Jewish groups are also demanding the bible be rewritten to cast jews in a better way. Along with all media globally.

      But you’re probably cool with that.

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    • Why dont cops who “accidentally” murder someone in cold blood not get charged with manslaughter?

      And what’s happening about the unarmed non threatening man gunned down up North a few weeks back?

      Filthy corrupt scum. I used to like the police. Known many cops personally. Now I truly loathe the NZ Police. There are a few good ones, but they are either miserable or get out.

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    • Will Grant take over labour party?
      Who else is there?
      Certainly not the Twit Twyford. He’s been promoted beyond his skills!

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  17. Talking of Uncle Joe….Stalin that is not Biden. I just came across this, the most badass letter in history from Tito to Stalin:

    Stalin,

    Stop sending people to kill me. We’ve already captured five of them, one with a bomb and another with a rifle. If you don’t stop sending killers, I’ll send one to Moscow. And I won’t have to send another.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9goS1nHM_-E&t=39s

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  18. A couple of weeks before Brenton Tarrant burst onto the scene, an evil bastard by the name of John Podesta was in NZ.

    He is the founder of The Center for American Progress

    The Center for American Progress (CAP) is a liberal Washington, D.C.-based think tank with strong ties to the Democratic Party establishment created in 2003 as the left-of-center alternative to the right-leaning Heritage Foundation. CAP was founded by John Podesta, former White House Chief of Staff for President Bill Clinton, Counselor to the President in the Obama White House, and chair of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign.

    Note the usual sinister crew involved.

    https://www.influencewatch.org/non-profit/center-for-american-progress-cap/

    On November 16, 2015 he began his plan for our future. A conference to set the agenda. The UN agenda.

    Sponsored by Food Chain Reaction. ‘A global food security game’
    https://foodchainreaction.org/

    This is the blueprint and the playbook we are being forced to believe as true.

    The scenario he sets out in this ‘game’ predicted for 2020 is… well……you decide.

    https://foodchainreaction.org/index.php/2015/11/16/serious-cooperation-on-issues-like-food-security-climate-change-and-environmental-preservation-serves-all-of-our-interests/

    Does it feel like a game to you?

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    • Brenton is a hardline socialist which is unforgivable. But at least he is honest about it, unlike his closest socialist allies like Ardern.

      I wonder what the Muslim community would think if they got to read his manifesto and learn his views are identical to Ardern’s?

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  19. Remember this crap?

    Aug 27 2017
    Jacinda Ardern: I didn’t want to work for Tony Blair

    “I remember my dad calling me and saying, ‘Don’t worry, you’ll be able to find another job’ – because he could hear how upset I was. And I remember saying in this broken voice, ‘It’s not about my job. What about all the people who’ll have to pay market rents in their state houses?'”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/96123508/jacinda-ardern-i-didnt-want-to-work-for-tony-blair

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    • I think I got that. It will be interesting to see when it all goes through the court system and is finally reported.

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  20. Any of you who also read Kiwiblog will notice one of my posts was deleted by the Mods. It was in response to the “Post Ardern ignoring the Cabinet Manual” and specifically states “So Ardern is either lying about the Cabinet Manual…”. So I innocently asked

    “Is it now Ok to Call Jacinda Arderne a Liar?”

    The response was [Deleted – Mod]

    LOL

    Jacinda doesn’t lie. Lies are calculated distortions that are designed to mislead and decieve. She is too fucking stupid to think that logically and basically just bobs her head, breathes out and words or umms or fuck knows what just spews from her….

    Hopefully this sage will sink her further…

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    • What’s more to the point did he have the “walking pneumonia” otherwise known as Cough-Over-Victim-Instant-Death-19 when she hugged him?

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  21. Photogate isn’t going away anytime soon!

    Jacinda Ardern supporting Winston Peters’ ‘unethical behaviour’ – Paula Bennett
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/02/jacinda-ardern-supporting-winston-peters-unethical-behaviour-paula-bennett.html

    Paula Bennett is accusing Winston Peters of dirty politics, saying he should be sacked as Deputy Prime Minister.

    It follows the covert filming and photos taken of journalists as they met with a former NZ First president.

    And the Prime Minister wants nothing to do with any of it.

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