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    • Yeah, he’s a bit of a dick for that “raise a whole lot of hair-brained ideas in what is a very emotionally-fraught time” comment. I agree with the rest of it though, much as that thought makes me want to vomit.

      I don’t want the right to silence messed with “for the children”. I’m particularly surprised that ACT is in favour of that; it seems contrary to their principles to me.

      Finding somebody to punish after the fact by removing one of our core legal principles is far more dangerous than trying to stop this happening. Let’s rather have an open and honest look at where, how and why this is happening and deal with it at source.

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    • What did they think they were doing with the gun legislation during that ’emotionally fraught time’? Other than rubbing their hands together with glee that is?

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    • Why could it end up like a Political football according to his Lawyers if the rumour about who his family is and what position in the Government this person holds is not true. This whole case comes down to no one asked him to do what he did to the victims so he has to pay something for the price of stupidity as it is not the victim that should have to pay. Sexual Misconduct happens to frequently in Labour with most time there attempts to hide or sweep it under the carpet failing but some in the majority of the cases people in high up positions seem pretty good at getting it covered up.

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    • Who wouldn’t be surprised that this would happen. wouldn’t you know they wouldn’t want their name known. Political reasons, I wouldn’t be surprised.

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    • Great! No name suppression, so why the fuck didn’t the ‘newspaper of record’ name the MP’s son?

      Least trusted profession proving once again why they’re the least trusted profession.

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      • The decision to stop name suppression is under appeal. It continues while the appeal process is being worked through.

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    • This whole thing is wrong. The reality is, that young men sexually assaulted four people. The Labour Party Judge may say “the gravity of the offending was low” and that it was “born out of drunken stupidity”. If you grab somebody’s testicles, kiss somebody on the neck or grope somebody’s breasts and bottom without permission you are sexually assaulting them. Those aren’t innocent gestures. He got off with no punishment.

      Let’s see what happens if I do that to a few of my colleagues during Friday night drinks after work. What do you reckon will happen to me?

      And yes, it is political. And yes, it will be used as a political football. And to my mind deservedly so because the Labour Party of New Zealand, particularly under Jacinda Ardern’s Labour, has been plagued by abuse, etc. I mean – a Youth Camp where “there was heavy drinking at the camp, described as a “glorified piss-up”.

      He should not have his name suppressed.

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      • You might be aware by now that I’m not a Socialist/Marxist sympathiser and I don’t think I’m a rape enabler either.

        But that having been said, isn’t it possible that in a social at this event a lot of young people let their hair down, got a bit tipsy and some of them got a bit randy? Is there any possibility that all this talk of ‘sexual assault’ is just another symptom of a society that has gone mad over political correctness and wokeism?

        For god’s sake. Let’s get some perspective shall we? Young people fuck each other (or at any rate they used to) and the best way to find out if someone’s up for it is to flirt. Then, if it seems on, the second stage us a bit of touching or a kiss or two.

        Nobody is suggesting that there’s a wild violent psychopathic rapist in the Young Labour organisation, FFS. He is probably known to be up for it in his circles and sometimes he scores, sometimes he doesn’t.

        Let it go, people.

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        • It’s not the fact he did what he admitted to, that’s the problem. More that the consequent cover up was arranged before the court apparance by the Liarbour pet judge and the Pardy..
          This is what stinks the case to the heavens.

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          • Yes I see that. But isn’t this whole thing being blown out of proportion? I mean if we, as right-leaning kiwis, continue to use this as a weapon with which to hound the guy, aren’t we being as woke and self righteous as those who we claim to oppose?

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            • Don’t forget the mother has spent a fortune and called in lots of favors to see a miscarriage of justice and by stacking the deck, with a labour party judge!

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        • What a load of crap. I went on a ‘date’ a few weeks ago, where I was shown a video about ‘consent’, He was ‘handsy’ too.
          ahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQbei5JGiT8

          The overtures were rebuffed at the Labour camp. I think the video says it well.

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        • I disagree. The left plays dirty pool. They need to learn that their vile approach curs both ways. Once they get tired of eating their own shit maybe they’ll stop with following the Alinsky rules.

          In short, there’s no point using a knife in a gunfight.

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        • Dave, no. There is a difference between consent (we’re both happy to engage in this activity and share in it) and not consenting (you’re touching me inappropriately and I do not want you to). You don’t grope somebody without consent.

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      • OK… so it’s a brave and praiseworthy sign of empowerment that women can walk around with their breasts hanging out and virtually nothing covering their genitals. That they can accentuate their legs and the curves of their buttocks with high heels and paint their mouths to look like engorged vaginas – but if any guy has enough testosterone left to react after the Woke Police have drained it out of him, then he’s in big trouble, right?

        What kind of society have we created?

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  1. It is a very sad reflection on NZ Politics when the media and public except we have to turn a blind eye in NZ to lies , sexual assaults, corruption and deciet from our politicians without recourse. But when the boot is on the other foot they race to court to file legal suits and smear the names of others because they have been caught out.

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  2. Just like this. There can be no reason economic nor by any rational why the taxpayer should pay for this. Especially when the beneficiaries don’t pay any road tax.

    Big businesses including The Warehouse and the Foodstuffs supermarket group are to get taxpayer money to install electric vehicle EV charging stations in their car parks.

    Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods announced the latest round of funding for the its Low Emission Vehicles Fund, which is investing to help establish a network of over 1000 EV charging stations around the country.

    Some of these will be public EV charging stations, but some will be “private”, and the Taxpayers Union is not happy, describing the co-funding as corporate welfare.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/119624453/taxpayer-funds-electric-vehicle-charging-stations-in-supermarket-car-parks

    In all the projects would get $3.8 million of government funding, and the businesses the money was going to would contribute a total of $12m of their own capital to the projects.

    The projects include $265,588 to The Warehouse Group to install EV charging stations at eight regional stores in Kaitaia, Kerikeri, Royal Oak, Gisborne, Petone, Greymouth, Rolleston and South Dunedin.

    The company already has 24 chargers at stores around the country, including the Royal Oak store in Auckland.

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    • Already has a charging station at the Gisborne operation so are these extra, funded retrospectively, or a reannouncement?

      This taxpayer is not impressed. Paying far too much tax now for these Ministerial brain farts that appear more for corporate good at socialised cost.

      Further, on the taxpayer burden issue. Saw one earlier In the week from Minister Willie Jackson. It was about education towards employment for youth who have failed in the education system . A possibly laudable scheme even if the potential incumbents failed to pay attention first time around. Issue for me was the morass of named outfits getting the $1m but no detail of who was actually responsible to deliver value for the money spent.

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  3. Sometimes it’s embarrassing to be a NZer – are we really this incredibly gullible?

    One of the saddest downsides to living in New Zealand – a nation filled to the brim with the nicest people on Earth to live among – is that sometimes we can be guilty of being “Nice but Dim”.

    The perfect example of this syndrome is how we (well enough of us) got brainwashed into thinking that a bit of moronic and meaningless virtue-signalling about the plastic bag ban – was going to make one jot of difference to plastic pollution. Sure, sure it helped the rapacious supermarket duopoly screw a few more million dollars out of us. But it’s had zero effect – other than to utterly fucking annoy sane shoppers.

    But it’s hard not to think that we (well enough of us) certainly deserve that “Nice but Dim” label when you see things like this typical harbour view from a 3rd world shit hole this. You realise what a vain and painfully gullible voting public we (well enough of us are) are.

    Literally billions of the world population is just chucking their rubbish straight in the sea – and we (well enough of us) get the vapours and start palpitating about 5 million of us responsibly disposing of plastic bags in landfills. We (well enough of us) have absolutely no fucking idea!

    Environmentalism – it’s the new stupid.

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    • Mate, a few days you posted a very interesting stat about the rate with which China would re-absorb our zero carbon efforts. Something like 29 hours or 29 days. I’m keen to use that material, do you have a link to the rationale behind it or how the number was derived, please?

      (If I could find the original post I’d see if you’d reply there, but after it disappears off the front page finding it is a mess)

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    • I suggest us getting taxed and paying increased energy and fuel charges towards Zero Carbon is equally pointless. The plastic bag thing irritates me every time I see the mounting bundle of relatively useless paper bags accumulating in the back door cupboard. As for being asked to pay for a bag; the government loses support from me on each occasion.

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    • “Nice but Dim”

      The more that “being Dim” is rewarded and “speaking the Truth” is punished in this country, the more societal selection pressure there will be for “Dim people.”

      (You all have heard this one):
      To make a Classical Libertarian/Conservative angry, lie to him.
      To make a Leftist/Progressive angry, tell him the truth.

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  4. Mark Mitchell making S.Nash look like a total muppet on Newstalk this morning without even breaking a sweat.

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    • Were they talking about the letter Stephen Franks has just sent to Nash? This one:
      Letter deleted, duplicate of post below by Saggy.

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  5. This is the media’s own fault for the time they have invested in Winston Peters games and the love they show for Jacinda Ardern, Labour ,the Greens and NZ First.
    Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters forwent answering questions from Journalists in Parliament this afternoon and instead played Queens Radio Ga Ga from his cell phone. After this morning’s news the SFO had confirmed it has opened a Investigation into the NZ First Foundation. ” I’m not being Investigated and listen up Mr Peters said, he then played the song from his cell phone” , he then said that’s you guys see yah”.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/watch-winston-peters-plays-queens-radio-ga-journalists-while-evading-questions-over-sfo-probe
    Maybe the media need to play back to Peters when he needs them to listen to his speeches, “Another one hits the Dust ” and walk away playing it saying see yah.

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  6. Letter from Stephen Franks, Principal, Franks Ogilvie to Stuart Nash, Minister of Police:

    Dear Minister,
    DATA SECURITY FAILURE IN THE BUY BACK NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
    We advise the Council of Licensed Firearm Owners (COLFO). We attach a copy of an affidavit from a licensed firearm owner who saw other people’s data when logged in to the notification system in late November/early December 2019.
    The affidavit is evidence –
    • that not just dealers were able to gain unauthorised access to personal data
    • that more than one person saw this information
    • that Police did not follow up the report of the breach.
    After lengthy conversations with the person who provided it, we have no reason to consider that it is untruthful.
    The affidavit giver says that Police heard directly from him/her about the access. So despite evidence that the dealer they acknowledged, was not the only person who had told them they believed they’d wrongly seen personal information, the Police did not try the obvious – offering whistle blower reassurance to learn as much as they could from anyone who offered. Instead they persisted in the course adopted on the first day after the public disclosure, threatening people, trying to discredit COLFO concerns about potential widespread access and rejecting our request for comfort we could pass to potential informants.
    If the government had treated the privacy of firearms owners as they have ACC claimants, hospital patients, welfare beneficiaries and other recent victims of data privacy lapses, we would by now have a reliable independent report into the incident. Anxious informants would have had assurances to make sure that the independent investigation could get to the bottom of what actually happened. And vows to “ensure it never happens again” would at least have been followed by an explanation of future precautions. We are not sure that firearm owners were favoured even with the empty promises.
    Why the affidavit is redacted
    The affidavit has been redacted to impede identification. To respond to serious concern in the early days after the first disclosure of the data security breach, we offered confidentiality to people who reported unexpected access to information. A number of people initially made that claim, or were reported to have done so by another lawyer. Nearly all later declined or ceased to communicate after the initial contact. Most simply did not respond to our requests for confirmation. Others had various explanations:
    1. a fear of prejudicing a decision on their surrender compensation due;
    2. anxiety not to get on the wrong side of the Police, going into an unknown era of Police power in firearms licencing and registration;
    3. worry about what they’d heard as Police threats of action against people who had breached the security.
    That last reason was powerful, despite our advice that if they had not used the information we saw little practical likelihood of a basis for enforcement action.
    COLFO was willing to work with Police to discover the scale of the breach and to ensure people’s information was not misused. We were instructed to assist if we could. Police had made public threats. So it needed Police reassurances that people cooperating would not risk penalties. We asked Police for such reassurance without useful result. Copies of relevant letters (2) are attached.
    My firm does not lie and did not lie
    It has been reported to us that you described Franks Ogilvie to at least one MP as having lied about the multiple reports of unsought access to personal data. If that report is true the attached document should elicit an apology. If you did not make such a claim in any form we would appreciate knowing that.
    I did not lie when I was an MP. My firm does not lie now. It is a very serious charge to make against lawyers. We try hard to avoid giving unwarranted credence to information given to us, that we have been unable to verify. When sources closed up after the data breach disclosure we were hamstrung. But we had been careful to indicate the nature of our instructions and the basis for our advice.
    We propose to copy this letter to the Commissioner of Police. If you did not make the statement attributed to you, and it was instead made by Police, perhaps those who have been advising the Select Committee, I hope the Commissioner will apologise. We do not lie.
    Police threats instead of focus on minimizing risks and reason to worry
    To our amazement until this week we were never called directly by Police to ask what help we could offer, or to discuss what comfort we could pass on to people who initially claimed to have seen the information of others.
    Instead of taking natural steps to establish the scale of the problem from those who had first made it public, the first 30 hours of visible Police response after public exposure seem to have been dedicated to public threats and attempts to trivialise the issue. Police reputation damage control seems to have weighed above the interests of those whose information had been seen. If that had been the response of a private company to a Privacy Act breach, the Privacy Commissioner would have been rightly scathing.
    Your conduct Minister reinforced that strategy and priority. A few hours after the breach became public you attacked this firm by name in a media conference, standing beside the Prime Minister. I have known you well enough over the years for you to give me a call. I would not stand on dignity. I’d have been happy to talk if you’d asked a staff member to call. So without asking for help from people likely to know best, Police and Ministerial communication denied directly some circumstances we thought we knew and expected to substantiate from direct reports.
    Your choice to demonise, instead of seeking cooperation?
    We consider the Police response, and yours, to be revealing of your government’s true priorities in the firearms law changes. I am sure it did not start out as a cynical political stunt. We think many if not most firearms owners understood and would have accepted the intention to ban weapons likely to facilitate terrorist multiple murders. But some senior police and your government have since abused that community unity to make changes that have nothing to do with that risk. You’ve chosen to exploit the Christchurch massacre. You will be aware of the Islamic Women’s National Council submission, asking the government to stop tying your second tranche of law change to the deaths of the 51 people in Christchurch, despite their general support for the Bill.
    The public wished to see a conspicuous commitment to safety. That wish has been misused to vilify innocent licensed firearms owners. You have seized media opportunities to brand their representatives, our clients, as political enemies. You’ve tried to transplant and fertilise an alien meme of tribal hatred over gun control. New Zealand was an internationally admired model of Police/citizen collaboration on firearms law. We have a high number of civilian firearms per head, and we had a very low number of criminal firearms injuries and death.
    If you want chapter and verse on your propagation of US political memes here, we can oblige.
    The result, for your firearms registry, and for Police effectiveness
    The reaction of the Police to the data breach was thoughtless, given the need to for widespread trust if your registry is to work at all. It is supposed to record information that will be a burglar’s fantasy shopping guide. Especially after the failure of last year’s buy-back, you and the Police should know how important it will be to get broad community consensus that compliance is normal and worthwhile, and safer than non-compliance.
    So Police should have seized the opportunity of the established data breach to show their top priority was to learn as much as possible about the leak. They should have bent every effort toward minimising the worry of people who had registered the location of many valuable firearms. If that meant making it plain that no one who came forward with information would suffer from that, it would have been a small price to pay, to build trust. Instead you and Police issued threats.
    Even as late as Monday this week, a Deputy Commissioner declined to give that assurance when pressing us to provide the name of the person whose affidavit accompanies this letter.
    You and the Privacy Commissioner will recognise that people reasonably place personal and family safety concerns first. If they fear that the registry data is insecure, and could direct criminal attention to them, it is fatuous to disregard a scenario of widespread disobedience to registration demands. The outcome from the registry expenditure could be the same as Canada. After the real priorities of Police and your office were shown in the immediate response to the news of the data leak, too few sensible firearm owner s will trust you, the government, or the Privacy Commissioner
    Instead your public condemnation aided the Police in trying to discredit people who reported a problem.
    Where is the data security and privacy evaluation of the registry?
    Now you are proceeding with a Bill to create a registry that will be a richer target for deliberate hacking. It is proceeding without any evidence to reassure tens of thousands of New Zealand families facing privacy risks more serious than mere embarrassment. No one appears to have weighed registry costs and risks against benefits. They can’t. The benefits or purposes have not been stated.
    The Privacy Commissioner expressed concern, but did not follow up. The Select Committee’s only response to privacy risks is more requirements in the Bill to consult with him.
    The Privacy Commissioner could not have had the information needed to weigh privacy risks against benefits. There is:
    • No statutory statement of purpose for the registry;
    • No published specification for data safety
    • No other useful statement of the registry purposes (ignoring slogans like “for gun safety”)
    • No definitive cost information. The only estimates seem unrealistic if the system is to have high protection against penetration, plus wide real-time Police operational access
    • No success benchmarks or published assessments of the factors that will determine if it gets enough cooperation to avoid abandonment (like the Canadian one dumped after spending more than $1bn).
    You know that widespread non-compliance would make the registry useless, if it is not already doomed to operational uselessness by the acknowledged proportion of firearms now outside the law, and of course the sensible 30 day allowance before reporting changes in firearm location. Firearm owners know that data security risks matured last year. No-one denies that thousands did not surrender firearms that should have been in the buy-back – so why should Police who have sacrificed firearm owner trust not expect substantial non-compliance with a more threatening registry?
    Yours faithfully
    FRANKS OGILVIE
    Stephen Franks
    Principal

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      • One doesn’t always time for that and then someone could post while you are reading, bugger being gazumped lol.

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    • The Stasi went out of business 30 years ago, but their remnants still live on in Stuart Nash’s ministry.
      The trouble is the average voter has a 140 character attention span, so the gist of Franks’ chilling letter will be lost on them.

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  7. Kiwis would support criminalising not speaking up in child abuse cases – Simon Bridges
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/02/kiwis-would-support-criminalising-not-speaking-up-in-child-abuse-cases-simon-bridges.html

    “A four-year-old has been beaten over a period of days, the worst a copper has seen in his 30-year career, and we need to make sure we are doing better justice in these sort of cases,” he told The AM Show on Wednesday.

    “I think we can say pretty likely there are people who will know, that won’t speak up… Criminalising that, I think is something most, maybe not all, but most New Zealanders would go along with.”

    The National Party leader said that there would be caveats within the law to ensure the safety of people.

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    • The leader of the ‘opposition’ shows himself yet again to be a dangerous fuckwit. A closet totalitarian who is no better than the totalitarians who have siezed power.

      The man is an idiot. But he’s more danger than the Ardern creature because he looks and behaves like a wimp and disguises his intentions under the cover of flatulent incoherence.

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      • Have you looked in the mirror lately, dont vote for him if you don’t like him just like i won’t vote for Jacinda . Just refer back to your statement on the sexual assaults to gather how stupid you are.

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        • I’m more than happy not to vote for the guy and what’s more I’m more than happy with my comments on hounding a (young) guy into the ground because he was looking to get his leg over and trying it on.

          I don’t always agree with you, but I don’t feel compelled to call you Stupid. Thank you for your considered opinion though…. I’ll certainly bear it in mind. Cheers.

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    • Meanwhile back at Idiots-R-Us:

      The father of the 4 yr old beaten within an inch of his life has gone into hoiding because there is some wrong stuff on Facebook that says the kid was beaten up – and he didn’t do it because he was at work when it happened, but he hasn’t talked to his bruvvas about it. Where does he work? Nasa?
      Poor misunderstood sweetie – victim of bad press. That happened to little Adolf too.

      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12309757

      These dimwit fuck-knuckles fink we’re all as dumb as vem.

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      • Sterilization really should be a sentencing option for judges in such cases and it should be the first choice in most cases.

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        • I think it really is time for us as a nation to have a rational conversation about the right to bring forth progeny.

          To my mind parenting is one of the greatest, if not the most supreme, responsibility in life. To have absolute, total, unfettered control over another human being for up to two decades is a staggering responsibility.

          For far lesser responsibilities, like say driving, we require government mandated demonstration of competence. Why do we treat parenting as if the threshold for competence is an absolute zero. Surely we’re better than that. Surely we need at least a bare minimum standard of empathy and life skills to entrust a totally vulnerable fellow citizen into another persons care?

          I’m not strongly moved by the knee-jerk spasm to remove yet another pillar of freedom in the right to silence because we all want a fractionally better ambulance at the bottom of the cliff. Vengance – which is what removing the right to silence is all about – is a terribly primitive way of looking at an increasingly appalling issue in the margins of what is a beautiful culture.

          If we really want to put children first and have their wellbeing at the centre of our thinking then I say fuck all the stupid thinking about whanau and family – let’s take a competence based approach. Does anyone in their right mind think that the (nearly) murdering animals who put that poor wee lad into a coma should be able to have children in their care ever again? Should those sub-humans have ever been trusted with childcare?

          We have WOF’s for cars and soon for rental property imposed on us from the government – they tell us it is in pursuit of maintaining a minimum standard. Don’t children deserve to grow up in an environment of at least a minimum standard of care?

          Shouldn’t we remove children from parents who can’t pass a basic psychometic test determining they are able to demonstrate empathy for a small human being. Shouldn’t we require a basic level of domestic competence to ensure that children aren’t sent to school hungry because mum and dad prefer to spend their dole on meth?

          How can any rational and empathetic human being oppose such an initiative – if nothing else it’s existence would mean that one poor little four year old would’ve had a chance to have a life!

          Let’s show that we can be more evolved. Let’s not howl at the moon and pick up our pitchforks in a largely meaningless gesture to get some vengance – how about we do what a better society would do and take a preventative approach?

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  8. This is a great read about the current UK floods and the absurdity of EU rules

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/02/18/boris-tories-floods-arent-our-responsibility-blame-climate-change/#

    “What the evidence shows is that dredging works. One of the areas hardest hit by the floods of six years ago was the Somerset Levels. The problem, it emerged, was lack of dredging and poor maintenance. This was remedied thanks to the intervention of then Environment Secretary Owen Paterson — who was subsequently sacked by Prime Minister David Cameron for being insufficiently on message with the government’s green agenda.

    Ironically, as Paul Homewood points out, the flood-prone Somerset Levels are now one of the few regions that have escaped the worst of this year’s floods …”

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  9. Comrade Cindy, plays the Ostrich game, thinking that we are all idiot’s and can’t see the truth!
    What she doesn’t realize is, while she has her head in the sand, her arse is waving in the breeze and someone will come along and give her a good rodgering without lubrication! It maybe even inside her party or from outside who cares and the sooner the better!

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      • Gareth Thomas Llewelyn Hughes entered parliament 10 years ago last week on 12/2/10
        His most memorable event is calling out ‘Hey Clint’. What a WOFT.
        It sounds like his parents were pining for the coal mines of Wales.

        Do we need 120 MPs?
        I think not.
        As Sarah Dowie was saying in her interview –
        …She won’t miss the weekly air travel to Wellington, where she stays from Monday to Thursday for more than half the year…

        So, Mon to Thur just over half the year and an electorate MP.
        The List MPs are taking the piss.
        That is why the likes of Mojo Mathers (Green gremlin) was able to travel from her home south of Christchurch, fly to Wellington, take a car to Masterton to be interviewed on a small community radio station. So much time to fill.
        She even travelled to Sydney to meet 4 other deaf MPS who travelled from around the world to meet up.
        I am sure, in Mather’s defence, she planted 1423 trees to offset the carbon. Well, pretty sure…maybe she did….OK, look, probably not//

        It is all about posturing and the classic totalitarian stance of telling others what to do…..even if you have to ask Clint what that is !

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    • The little shit was organising strikes and he had not even left school.
      Great start, NOT!
      Mt Albert is pure Labour. Warren Freer held it for more than 30 years then Klarkenfuhrer held it after that.
      It is now the SLG’s resting place for her visits to New Zealand.

      What is it with the Green party (Commie) MP rubbish that want to come into our country and try to destroy it?
      Globalist foot soldier scum.
      It was bad enough with Wussel ‘Flag’ Norman, and currently Genter and Ghahraman as scum trying to wreck our country esp its infrastructure and reputation.
      Now they want to add this Mexican communist to the outfit – Ricardo Menendez March.
      They have already gone too far with the home-grown anarchist Maori women Davidson and Turei.
      They really need to be wiped out.

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      • Must be time for the Princess to go on holiday again and how come there’s not been any magazine’s, or her great gob on the arse of a bus!

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  10. Good news folks! After much exertion I have managed to locate the web site for the Winston First Foundation. All you need to do is type in BFD and it takes you straight there! Admittedly it’s a bit ordinary but I did learn everything is Bridges fault Winston is god and taking photos of journalists is your public duty as they are all evil.

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  11. “Ihumatao stalemate: Fletcher signals frustration”
    Looks like the pressure’s brewing on the SLG over Ihumatao now. She’s between a rock and a hard place, entirely of her own making. She might have to actually do something before Fletchers calls time and gets on with their building.

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    • I’d love to see Fletchers get on with the building then call in the Poolice and lawyers when the brown supremacists turn up again.

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    • did you see this?

      Priority One and Tauranga City Council welcomed today’s announcement by Fletcher Building that it will be relocating its Auckland-based Winstone Wallboards manufacturing and distribution operation to Tauranga.

      The new state-of-the-art plasterboard facility presents a circa $400 million investment. It will be located in the Tauriko Industrial Estate, opening in 2023.

      Tauranga mayor Tenby Powell says the relocation is great news for the city and is further confirmation of Tauranga’s reputation as a business and lifestyle destination.

      https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/234896-tauranga-welcomes-400m-facility-investment.html

      The land in auckland must be worth more than building a new plant, OR its a bit of return to maori stuff.

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      • I have always said that the Auckland housing problem (and some of it’s transport issues) will be solved when industry moves out of Auckland. Most of them do not need to be there.
        So this is a good move.

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    • I think they’re going to try to sneak it through in the Budget. My guess is that Granty is going to try to wrap it up in some infrastructure investment in Auckland Council and it’ll be intended to be lost in all the noise about the mega spend-up they’re planning to use to buy the election with.

      If we’re all up in arms about an increase in the top rate of tax and a sneaky CGT because “the UN told us to do it” their hope is that the stupid sheeple won’t notice.

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  12. I see the UN has basically declared NZ a failed state under the Ardern regime due to the housing crisis she created.

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  13. Gosh.
    All over the show now is the fact Tony Abbott says the MH370 was a mass murder-suicide.
    239 people dead so he killed 238 people.
    Kind of makes Brenton Tarrant count seem small at nearly 20% of that.
    Brenton Tarrant killed mooslems.
    What religion was the pilot Zaharie Shah?

    Islam is right about women ! ?

    Will Ardern wear an airplane flotation cushion on her head for the next 3 days?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8015815/Former-Australian-Prime-Minister-Tony-Abbott-claims-authorities-knew-MH370-flight-murder-suicide.html
    and
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEPoGaQp8H8 Sky News 3 minutes

    The appalling thing here in my mind is the Australian taxpayer spent more than AUD 90 million in the search while the crooked Malaysians ducked and dived and lied.
    That could have been used for AU fire-fighting equipment and prevention.
    Never fly Malaysian.

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  14. As Germany is once again invaded by foreigners intent on destruction of the German homeland, we are reminded of what happened last time.

    Hitler did too little too late and instead of treating the enemy as combatants, he placed them in camps. A few desperate Patriots disobeyed orders and took matters into their own hands. But it was not enough to save Germany.

    The Jewish Declaration of War
    on Nazi Germany

    Few people know the facts about the singular event that helped spark what ultimately became known as World War II – the international Jewish declaration of war on Germany shortly after Adolf Hitler came to power and well before any official German government sanctions or reprisals against Jews were carried out.

    https://www.wintersonnenwende.com/scriptorium/english/archives/articles/jdecwar.html

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    • Read the article & although I’m far from being converted I concede that it could make sense.

      It is my humble opinion that historical events seen through the lens of writers of the time allow real life interpretations never inspired by academics pushing barrows decades later.

      More of the same please.

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        • The only purpose of fake history is to give fake justification for present day acts that the writer(s) endorse. It used to be said that the winners write the history.

          It would be more factual to say that in present times dishonest, globalist academics write the bullshit to advance their cause.

          The older I get the less I trust academics. Used car salesmen, priests & politicians are pillars of society by comparison.

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          • Researching this history is an imprisonable offense in many countries.

            That bizzare fact makes me very sceptical.

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          • The older I get the less I trust academics.
            There was a time when decent working folk weren’t subjected daily to academic dribble.

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  15. The war by the international Jewish leadership on Germany not only sparked definite reprisals by the German government but also set the stage for a little-known economic and political alliance between the Hitler government and the leaders of the Zionist movement who hoped that the tension between the Germans and the Jews would lead to massive emigration to Palestine. In short, the result was a tactical alliance between the Nazis and the founders of the modern-day state of Israel – a fact that many today would prefer be forgotten.

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  16. Middlemore Hospital denies Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s ‘sewer down walls claim.’
    Public Health officials are denying PM Jacinda Ardern’s claim human waste breached the walls of South Aucklands Middle more Hospital.
    But as usual the PM is refusing to backdown with her office on Wednesday issuing a statement saying the comment is in line with the remarks by Counties Manakau District Boards former acting Chief Executive.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/local-democracy-reporting/119656710/middlemore-hospital-denies-prime-minister-jacinda-arderns-sewage-down-walls-claim
    I think our Prime Minister and Health Minister should forced to partake in a exercise of the meaning of Truth as they both lack integrity , honesty on how to tell it..

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    • Yeah but read it again. It’s only if your Maori or a woman or LGBTQ…

      More divisive hate mongering dressed up as caring.

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  17. An Argentine pervert named Bruno
Once said,
    “There is one thing I do know:

    A woman is fine,
    
A man is divine,
    
But a llama is número uno!”

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  18. Sweet Cheeks made my blood boil tonight after a reporter asked him about Fletcher’s and the Ihumatao fiasco.
    He said in his usual smarmy way, Fletcher’s will just have to be patient like all the other people that’s had to have patience.
    What a smarmy righteous prick he is when Fletcher’s have been through so much without an argument against the protesters.
    They deserve better from our smarmy Finance Minister !~

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    • Fletchers should lodge a formal complaint against the police for not removing the racist extremists from their land. And the governor general should stand the government down for their support of terrorists.

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  19. Mad Cow Disease, Bird Flu, Foot & Mouth, Swine Fever & now Coronavirus.

    When will people learn…… bestiality may be fun but it’s bad for your health!

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  20. Three women went out drinking and decided to have a contest to see who could get the drunkest. The next day the women all got together.

    The first woman said, “I drove my car into a ditch.”

    The second woman said, “I blew chunks.”

    The third woman said, “I burned down my house.”

    After they all had told their stories, the third woman said, “I guess I won!” The second woman said, “Wait a minute, you don’t understand, Chunks is my dog.”

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