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  1. This time the education system in the UK is keeping up with the new “Normal” as the lessons are becoming more practical with coping with normal life problems.

    ….. School pupils are being trained to use potentially life-saving bleed control kits amid Britain’s knife crime epidemic. ……
    ….. The specialist kits, which are designed to treat potentially catastrophic bleed injuries, contain items such as a military-grade tourniquet, heavy duty bandages and a foil blanket. …..
    ….. 7 per cent rise in offences involving knives or sharp tools in England and Wales in the year to September 2019. …..

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8054051/School-pupils-lessons-deal-stab-wounds.html

    Life seem to become more culturally enriched as knife stabbings and acid throwing engrains itself into the diverse culture.
    Perhaps it is considered unreasonable to prevent knife crime culture and so to have a better outcome with sustainability , concentrate on the treatment afterwards, with a lets hope this works? 🙁

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      • She is indeed a fucking embarrassment! This is what actual journalism looks like

        Once again, SkyTV Australia shows the fawning, simpering NZ media what real journalism and reporting looks like as they address the deeply embarrassing PTPM’s annual pants-drop in Australia.

        They pick-up on the PTPM’s use of the term “genuine NZers” – which of course only has meaning in her tiny drug-addled mind. I’ve scoured international immigration law on the internet and I can find no reference at all to a clarification on the status or citizenship of individuals as “genuine”. Can we say that all the refugees that PTPM and the CoL want to bring in – aren’t “genuine’ NZers and therefore they shouldn’t be admitted. What about Golly “Look at me” G – we know that she wasn’t a “genuine” refugee as her parents were unashamedly ‘country-shopping’. We know the PTPM isn’t a “genuine” PM – as with only around 1/3 of the vote – she doesn’t have a “genuine” mandate and only got the job because of the drunken dwarf. We also know the PTPM isn’t a “genuine” Labour leader – we know she is a “Comrade” marxist lipstick-pig.

        It really is “genuinely” embarrasing to watch her flapping her gums stupidly in international fora – aside from the 10-20% of woketards who live for ‘sticking it to the man’ while they sip chardonnay from their Remuera balconies – this is an embarrassing face for our nation.

        And I still fear the blue rinse brigade in National are sleepwalking us to another 3 years of this shite.

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      • Kea, I am not that sure it is on purpose to that extent.- destroying and breaking down our Country although Yes she is. I think she is just such an intellectually fluff brainwashed marxist that she genuinely thinks what she is doing is right without having the intelligence to look at history, look at Socialism, look at current results such as Venezuela to realise her idealistic viewpoint is not for the overall betterment on New Zealand. The numbers that Sanders is getting in the USA shows she is not alone.

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    • The lying NZ media filth narrative is that Australia is deporting ONLY New Zealanders.

      This is their typical false narrative and the stupid sops that get their lies only from sanititised Beehive -approved sources do not have a clue.
      They are manipulated but want it that way. They are lazy thinkers for whom I have now accumulated disdain.

      Australia is an equal opportunity deporter.
      They do not restrict it to NZ. .

      Good on Australia for looking out for their own people.
      I wish we have a Govt that did that for us.
      Notional were no such thing and would be worse under Simple Soimon.
      The absolute mis-reporting on this locally is close to a 180 degree turn on truth.

      AU are careful who they let become citizens as they dont want to get stuck with them.
      NZ policy reaches back to the 1980s when there was mass emigration from NZ and we desperately grant citizenship to to anyone. This needs to stop but it wont.

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  2. A Canadian video and article, that gives great detail of how the Trudeau’s liberals finance the protestors that are wrecking havoc with rail blockades, oil pipe lines,
    A great independent research done by this journalist.

    https://www.rebelnews.com/millions_of_dollars_given_to_anti-oil_pembina_institute_by_trudeau_government
    There is the short article with the figures of lootage, but I did like the video.
    Video is 9 minutes, but presented well, a refreshing style journalist as it should be. 🙂

    NZ will have the same problem, in how money is doshed out, and though one thinks of NZ Firsts, Winston Peters, Shane Jones, doubtlessly done by Labour & Greens, though in smaller ways that will mount up to considerably amounts.
    The shear number of working groups will just be one of their ways, of influencing outcomes, and setting up for future protesting.

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  3. Covid-19 will soon be declared a pandemic.

    Not because its especially deadly, but because of how its spreading.

    If your worried – Wash your hands and keep them away from your face. All the stuff the authorities say.

    But also avoid contact with children. They are disgusting. If you must touch them then wear gloves and a respirator. Try and avoid groups of people. People who crave constant social validation are at much higher risk. Chances are you will get exposed to it anyway.

    Trouble is this is here to stay. A vaccine will arrive and it will join the long line of other cold and flu viruses in circulation.

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  4. Can’t keep the lid on the lie much longer – the Treaty industry is based on a lie?

    Burying the truth about the pre-existence of human occupation in NZ well before the Maori got here was one of stoopidboy’s favourite shut-downs.

    But the problem with the internet is that the truth keeps on leaking out – here’s the Mystery History channel (you know they come up with good stuff – because Youtube (ie Google) has defunded them!) coverage of the Kaimanawa Wall.

    Once you look at this, it’s tough for a sane person not to acknowledge that NZ has seen human life well, well before the Maori arrived here 800 years ago. And if that’s true – well – then the whole basis of the Treaty gravy-train is a lie. You can’t be the tangata whenua, the original people if you are just the second to most-recent colonists. You can’t use the “I called dibs on NZ” argument if you were demonstrably not the first people there.

    There are so many things wrong with the suppression of the truth about the Kaimanawa Wall:
    – if we’re tolerant of other viewpoints, why is this being suppressed
    – if we believe in science, why are we not investigating this
    – if we believe in the importance of really understanding the history of our nation, why is the government covering this up
    – if the Treaty process is about doing what’s right, shouldn’t we be concerned that it appears to have all be based on a lie

    The fact that geologists (who only exist courtesy of government funding) can state baldly that this is a natural formation is staggering. I’m surprised that we haven’t been told the pyramids and Machu Picchu aren’t natural formations as well!

    In 20,000 years time, after the next catastrophe erases most of the signs our current declining civilisation existed , will the mangled ruins of the Eiffel Tower be described as a “natural formation” when they’re unearthed? Will the weathered remains of Mt Rushmore be written off as a “natural weathering phenomenon”?

    We’re being lied to, about everything, all day, every day. Don’t trust, observe for yourself and think for yourself!

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    • Thanks DP
      I noted there was a big wave of crap about Moriori earlier in the week.
      Once it is in the NZ Media Filth it has be washed, dried, sanitised, and certified organic but it will still be lies.

      The big fear is that the current attempt to cull STEM subjects and at the same time introduce a false narrative and call it ‘NZ History’ is very concerning.

      I made reference to Pol Pot yesterday.
      This anti knowledge wave (A barrage of media lies; anti science; pro false narrative… from the age of five ) in NZ is very disconcerting and we should be afraid.

      Let the lefties know.
      Esp left the Pacific Island people you know about this. They traditionally vote lazy Labour but are pro education. With many not far from the huts of the Polynesia Islands they know what poverty actually is and seek education to ensure they can navigate away from that. There can be some practical fishhooks but the intent is there.
      Let them know that there is fake ‘maori history’ being pushed down kids throats.

      I have generally been anti home-schooling because a key part of ‘going to school’ is learning socialisation skills and kids are great levelers.
      However we are seeing a turning point where ‘schooling’ is now full of mis-education and we are more than 5 years in to the new teacher pool being from post 1990 born who grew up soft and too often have no practical skills whatever.
      60 years ago a new teacher would do country service and generally be involved in testing the swimming pool, putting up tennis nets, giving first aid, screwing back coat hooks that come loose and so on.
      The new breed of teacher is a zombie and literally grew up on zombie movies.
      They will do what they are told and are very docile as long as they get their tinder dates.

      The anti knowledge and anti truth (been at it for years over ‘the weather’; and locally> reinvented NZ History) brigade has been strong and is not far from getting serious wings.
      The media filth are the foot soldiers and the education system is now stacked from Year one.
      Be afraid.

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      • howtis – I think you have nailed the most significant political issue of the current day. I always look at what the ‘causal’ issue is for the strange and accelerating deterioration of Western civilisation – in particular the breakneck speed with which the electorate seems to embrace exiting the Age of Reason.

        And I think it is firmly rooted in schools. The great march Marxist march through the institutions has been one of the great stealth victories of the totalitarian left. And the successful morphing of the once-hallowed concept of teaching into indoctrination is starting to be felt now. When I was at school (a long time ago) there was a preponderence of daft socialist teachers – but they were still in it for the teaching. I can’t recall many times where the sort of brainwashing and overt-politicisation (that is commonplace these days) was apparent.

        A school strike for the climate would have been totally unthinkable. I never recall one teacher decrying a political leader in the classroom. Bad behaviour resulted in harsh treatment, the teachers knew who the bad eggs were and they got fair but firm treatment. Laziness got you correctly abandoned as hopeless. Teachers seemed as a profession, as if they were interested in preparing you for adult life. As I got further through school, I got told less and less ‘what to think’ and more and more
        how to think and work things out for myself’.

        I used to think home-schooling was a bit weird and overall not that likely to equip a child well for life after schooling. Now – if I was a parent – I’d be terrified to send my kids into a school for fear of what sort of Stepford Citizen would come out the other end. Home-schooling would be the only way to have at least a modicum of hope for one’s child not growing up into the kind of entitled, helpless, cult-member zombie that votes for the Greens.

        To whit, my opening point. I think crushing the cancer of political indoctrination out of school is the number one issue for society. I think we’re too late, I think the species is now fucked and locked in on a “Fall of the Roman Empire” scenario.

        The only way to try to reverse the decline is to have classrooms livestreaming and miked for sound every second of the day. We need to see just how terrible the teaching profession is. We need to see how they lie and indoctrinate children. They are public servants and we as the voting public are entitled to see what they are doing to fuck up the minds of children. Teachers and chardonnay socialists will whine about “privacy” but that’s bollocks when you are talking about publicly-funded institutions doing a public service with publicly funded salaries to public servants. Sunlight is the best disinfectant. The sexual abuse of kids by teachers would stop. The indoctrination would stop. The terrorising of impressionable young minds would stop.

        The only people who would object to this approach – are those who know there is something to hide!

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  5. The NZ Herald this morning carried a front page headline about Panic buying / Pac n’ Sav / The Apocalpse / Toilet paper and buzz words to sell the news.
    I don’t see how helpful it is to promote “panic behavior” such as stocking up on toilet paper.
    One of my spies in Penrose informs me that there has been a run on toilet paper at their local Pac n’ Sav. Perhaps the demographic who uses Pac n’ Sav is more prone to hysteria.

    As long as there isn’t a run on instant miso soup sachets, I should be fine. (I forgot, there are runs on miso when there is a radiation scare. Ref: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3695331/ )

    Has anyone noticed empty supermarket shelves in your area?

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    • The stocking up of toilet paper by the demographic who buy at Pacnsave is not good news for Cindy.
      This panic buying just means they have finally seen through all her shit that she talks daily, and they need something to wipe it away with.

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      • What is it with people going crazy for “hand sanitizer” when anyone who went to school before the nineteen eighties knows that the best way to “sanitize” your hands is to wash them with soap and water?

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        • Having spent time in a hospital, sanitizers, if not drunk by the visiting public, is quite handy.
          Doctors & nurses so insistent, and nor did I want any infection in my wounds.
          If going from ward and up the corridor, using the hand rails. or inadvertently touching whatever, and going to see some one else, easy to do the sanitizing, and also on exiting them. and again when returning to my my ward and bed.

          Even when now visiting others in hospital or even rest homes, I have the habit.
          I still wash my hands, but one can not always dash off to the loo, to do so, and the other problem is just getting out of there if there are doors etc..

          How does it work, as even I have questions when kids are placed up on shopping trolleys. Any leakage, or hygiene by the other person, can they be trusted??

          Sanitizing to sterilizing, in the old fashion way was recognized originally as being with heat (flame) and alcohol.

          There is methylated spirits though it would need a dilution rate, so as not to be so harsh on the skin,
          Meths is made to be very bitter to stop consumption of, and is also poisonous.

          So perhaps if this government is serious about sanitizing, sterilizing, etc. then in good spirits they could remove the alcohol tax on the top shelf. 🙂

          Then there is bleach, but again, have to weigh up the dilution rates.

          The risk of is that some of these chemicals can over dry ones hands, and create cracking, so any contaminant can get in more directly under the skin.

          Can one guarantee, not touching ones face? though it is good to be aware of and not so reflexively touching.
          Now that is mentioned, have you just touched?

          Steady as it goes, commonsense, as life is still to be lived, and life will still go on. 🙂 and the dead will be buried. 🙁

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    • I popped into Pak n Save Royal Oak to get a few things last night about 9pm after golf and a beer.
      It would usually be dead quiet.

      Wow. It was chocka.
      There were no trolleys left and the queue for the checkout was snaked through the shop.
      Most of the ‘Chinese looking’ people (thanks Phail T) people were wearing face masks.
      Bog paper was a popular commodity.

      Anyhow i grabbed a six pack and had a beer in the queue while plugging my face into screen time.
      Full credit to the staff. They moved the people along.
      It was busier than when I went into the same shop on an Easter Thursday.

      I could only imagine that same number of people would bring the Aussie owned useless Countdown to a grinding halt.

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    • I went to Pac ‘n Sav in Glen Innes this morning. The parking lot was packed. Only the budget toilet paper was left, and the good burgers of Glen Innes were having none of this. Only Extra-Soft 4-Ply Long-Roll for these people, it seems.

      Saw one great lady (she looked like 2-3 ladies all rolled into one) with a shopping trolley piled high with bottled water, toilet paper and potato chips. Talk about a stereotype in action!

      I waited in the Express checkout lane behind some old walnut-faced lady who had some 30-odd items. Just another day in G.I.!

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  6. An interesting study of criminals and their thoughts about gun ownership.

    …… criminals fear armed citizens more than they do the police. There’s many reasons for this, but here are the most prominent:
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    ~ Police are rarely onsite during a crime.
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    ~ Police are bound by policy and procedures, and are trained to only use their firearms if it’s absolutely necessary.
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    ~ Civilians are also less trained.
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    ….. Thirty-three percent of these criminals admitted to being scared off, shot at, wounded, or captured by a gun-owning victim. Sixty-nine percent of them knew at least one other criminal who had similar experiences. Nearly 80 percent of felons also claimed that they intentionally avoid victims and homes that they believe may be armed. ….
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    ….. While some may dismiss the importance of feeling secure and safe, or claim that another person’s desire for safety makes them feel unsafe, it is by far the most basic of human needs. ….

    https://www.blacklistednews.com/article/76365/american-gun-ownership-the-positive-impacts-of-lawabiding-citizens-owning.html

    Most basic of human needs, but not put into a human right. The USA did get the 2nd amendment.
    The global UN wants all the controlling power for itself as it gives out its recommendations. hmmm
    Many other very interesting points are made.

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    • I do as well Pascal, I hate their woke shit they put out day after day. I don’t watch the news or listen to the radio now only turn the radio on when I am out so there is noise coming out while I am away. I fail to understand why tMSM reporters would support liebor or any of the others who are part of the col. I have come to believe they actually are not able to think for themselves which is the problem they need someone telling them what to do, just like the PTPM. Life as we knew it has certainly changed for the worse.

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      • Good point.
        They are the enemy spreading lies about us and trying to bring down our lifestyle.
        It is war.
        Treat these lying filth as such.
        No fecking quarter.

        Maybe we should treat them as they treated the (alleged) commies in the USA in the 1950s.
        Create blacklists.
        The Hollywood types were particularly vile.
        I am starting to think they had it right going after them in the 1950s when you listen to the woke smug pricks today. Clooney, Streep, De Niro etc.
        McCarthy may have died an early death as an alcoholic with cirrhosis of the liver but he was aiming in the right direction.

        Also Trump was actually correct.
        He talked about how powerful men could ‘grab a women by the ……’
        He was simply describing Rolf Harris, Prince Andrew (allegedly ! ) Bill Cosby, Roger Ailes etc
        He was stating what happens and these swamp dwellers went all anal on him.
        Media filth are anti-truth.

        They are FITH and anti the very middle class who buy ticvkets to their dress up events.

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  7. Coronavirus: Queues at supermarkets as panic-buying ramps up
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/02/coronavirus-queues-at-supermarkets-as-panic-buying-ramps-up.html

    Panic-buying appears to have kicked in, with confirmation the coronavirus COVID-19 has arrived in New Zealand.

    And supermarket bosses are urging people to “resist” the urge to stock up.

    Lines at a Pak’nSave supermarket in Auckland were out the door on Friday evening, following the confirmation of New Zealand’s first case.

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    • “Unfortunately I think we’re not very good at dealing with certain members and groups of the population who don’t seem to get same kind of sympathy and empathy as other people.”

      Why not just come right out and say it “it’s because were all racists innit!”

      Stuff makes me vomit and the Herald, TVNZ and RNZ are just as bad. New Zealand deserves better media.

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  8. How many non-licensed gun holders have shot each other since our Keystone cops have been collecting firearms from licensed law-abiding owners?

    Homicide investigation launched in Otara after man dies in possible shooting
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/homicide-investigation-launched-in-otara-after-man-dies-possible-shooting

    Once on the scene police found a man who was critically injured. Officers attempted to provide medical attention, however the man died at the scene.

    Police say a second person was moderately injured and taken to Middlemore Hospital.

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  9. SCARY SHIT, My partner just rung me from our local pac and save ,she is waiting in line right out in the carpark to get into the place .People walking out with 5 or 6 big bags of rice , boxes of tinned food and bottled water ,WTF is going on ? this is psychotic panic and it’s because of the leadership in our country .
    Ardern is in Aussie telling them how to run their place meanwhile back here there is a panic buying spree taking place,those120 useless C—-Ts down there are all on holiday ,I tried ringing parliament and the operator said there is no one I can talk to about this disgraceful shit until Monday morning.
    Its time for some entrepreneur to reopen a half dozen banana bending factories in NZ .FFS.
    Needless to say my Mrs is coming home unsuccessful in her shopping,as long as there isn’t a similar response going on at the liquor store things will be fine,LOL.

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    • Are the Pac n’ Sav panic shoppers Caucasian NZ-born Kiwis or do they tend to be fearful ethnic Chinese (some of whom will be NZ citizens).
      Is it the Chinese culture? Is it their experience?

      When I see Sheryl from West Auckland stocking up on Kleenex Long-Roll 4-ply Extra-Soft toilet paper, then I may be more concerned.
      Otherwise I’ll go shopping at Eastridge New World (here in Orakei, maybe things are saner than down in Glen Innes (which is not saying a lot)).

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    • Dammit, I’m all stocked up except I forgot my beloved Vegemite. Sometime soon I will have to brave the crowds at the local supermarket or go without!! Maybe I’ll join revtech at the liquor store instead and forget the Vegemite! 😵 🍷

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    • When you ring Parliament on Monday morning, please do ask them to take the tax of alcohol!
      Alcohol is so handy for sanitizing, sterilizing etc.

      Other uses will help patients, giving a happier or a very maudlin end to life.
      Also very handy for any wakes, and celebrations of the old folks lives in death, so there will be some great “send offs”.

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        • A good quality whiskey, is smooth on the way down the throat, so much more beneficial, than that rot gut stuff. 🙂
          Needs to be done regular, particularly when meeting other folk.

          Now which party will remove the alcohol tax?

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          • “A good quality whiskey, is smooth on the way down the throat, so much more beneficial, than that rot gut stuff. 🙂”

            Goes without saying Simpleton1.
            I’m a fairly new convert. Once I tasted good whisky there is no going back. Hubby is happy to purchase it and I’m happy to join him in a wee dram. We’re currently enjoying working our way through a bottle of Monkey Shoulder. Delicious. 🤗

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    • Actually for the first time Jacinda is getting a plus from me. The stats support what she is saying. Scomo knows that.
      Key was to much of a wimp.
      Outrageous that someone who has spent almost all their life in Aussie, trained in Aussie behavior should by a quirk of their pathetic law suddenly become our problem.
      Especially given that Kiwi’s there earn better wages than Aussies, have a higher employment rate and a lessor crime rate than their own.
      They would be better to deport some of their own to their home countries in Europe and Britain.

      Their history is littered with criminal imports. We only send them nice people who they manage to retrain.

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        • If they came here and we trained to behave badly we should deal with it. If they were trained by a foreign power or entity then off they go. Good example being some of the Chinese that have been interfering in our country.
          so no conflict at all.
          Sorry its too complicated for you to understand . I’ll send you some high content brain food seed next week.

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        • If you went there whn you were 2-7 yeras old and grew up thinking you were an Aussie, would you know or even consider it necessary?
          Becuase that’s the case for many of them. And not only Kiwi’s.
          This is just the nasty in ex policeman Dutton. He really is a piece of shit.
          They trained them so like all good employers they should be responsible for the product they produced.
          simple enough stuff.

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      • Yahweh wept, Viking.
        That is a daft comment .
        Read my comment at 9.35
        https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-319/#comment-56870

        Really if you can delete your bollocks above do so and save embarrassment.

        You say
        “Especially given that Kiwi’s there earn better wages than Aussies, have a higher employment rate and a lessor crime rate than their own.”
        What the hell does that have to do with criminals –criminals who received sentences that meet a minimum of two years jail time.

        Why have gangs increased 30% in NZ in 2 years plus new gangs geared up on methamphetamine drug dealing?
        These were not people who had overdue parking tickets or overdue library books.

        They are hardcore CRIMINAL Scum.
        They are also NZ citizens who never got AU citizenship.
        If they wanted to be Australian gangstas they should have got Australian citizenship.
        Clowns like you say they have been there 30 years …well hell that was a lot of time to get sorted if that is where they want to be.

        I feel sorry for the ones who were forced into crime instead of taking a legitimate route in someone else’s country.
        Those poor souls number, oh, about Zero.

        Australia does well to get rid of them as as I said in my early comment this applies to people from whichever country, not just NZ . They have sent back a number of PIs and Europeans and Middle Easters,

        You should be on the Standard with such comments.
        Don’t bring daft arse MSM comments onto here.
        This is sacred ground at YSB !!

        That comment is so daft you might want to give yourself an uppercut !

        PS. I did not downtick you.

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        • Except you didn’t read what I said. Yes the gangs have increased here because of the 501’s.
          Kiwi’s in aussie do better than the aussies. the stats were published a few days ago.
          Its the aussie trained crims that cuase the problem especially when returned here.
          Note; I think their have been 4 people shot in Auckland in the last 24 hours.

          Go back and read again.

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          • You are three bottles short of six pack, Viking.
            That is more rubbish on the original rubbish.

            These nonsense comments suggest you are on the Meth and perhaps why you are defending these criminals (your suppliers perhaps? )

            you say
            ‘4 people shot in Auckland in the last 24 hours.’
            What, where; some evidence???

            we are talking about deported crims and not the hard working kiwis in Australia.
            You say they are doing better?
            Who says so? Media liars? University liars?
            You really need to check your sources and if they smell like 5 day old fish, throw away.

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      • 86 Comments and none in favour – a few of the better ones.
        silly missogynist Jactina is one of the “enlightened ones”, she worked for the munificent Blair once so she knows everything there is to know.
        did this idiot hijab moooslem loving half wit socialist give this announcement from her local mosque…..with tears in her eyes?
        I expect nothing but crazy utterings from this woman – and she NEVER disappoints
        Where’s your hijab Jacinda..?
        Going by the photo I would say that a burka would be more appropriate!
        Ardern uses the term common sense, but that’s a means to deflect attention from her own lack of it. Virtue signalling is paramount. She is, after all, the wishy-washy PM who refuses to use the name Brendon Tarrant.

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  10. Is Socialist Cindy blaming the internet and blogs again for not keeping to message? She is blaming headlines for causing anxiety with public over Coronavirus but “not necessarily our journalists, but those who write the headlines”

    Coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern slams ‘irresponsible’ headlines for causing ‘unnecessary anxiety’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/02/coronavirus-jacinda-ardern-slams-irresponsible-headlines-for-causing-unnecessary-anxiety.html

    Each morning Healthline was experiencing a “spike in calls” coinciding with people’s opening up of their morning newspapers, she said.

    “My call is to those not necessarily our journalists, but those who write the headlines, make sure that we keep reporting factual information to the public. That’s so key right now.

    “The clear message I want to send is New Zealand is good at these kinds of events and situations. Our public health officials are world-class. Our hospital systems are well-prepared.

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  11. Mongrel Mob media liaison goes head-to-head with Simon Bridges as crowd jeers at heated Tauranga meeting

    A Mongrel Mob PR person was heckled until she sat down at a heated public meeting last night in Tauranga about gang tensions in the region.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/mongrel-mob-media-liaison-goes-head-simon-bridges-crowd-jeers-heated-tauranga-meeting

    “Sit down, you’ve had your time,” the crowd yelled when she called out state care and claimed “Oranga Tamariki is the abuser”.

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  12. I see all NZF MPs voted for the first reading of Cindy’s abortion bill. That would indicate that they will block vote to support it if it goes to a binding referendum.

    If such an amendment if voted down I wonder if Peters has enough control still to get all his MPs to vote against it.

    This should be very interesting.

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  13. Like rust governments never sleep, when they wish to put controls over what their citizens need to know, that is fed by media.
    Probably in the mayhem of the train blockades and the stretching of working people in trucking, farming, exporting and importing, looking to push this through.
    Trudeau’s Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault said on Monday that he would introduce a bill that will follow the recommendations for the registration of internet news sites, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

    This comes despite Guilbeault backtracking earlier this year, saying that he would not license news outlets after a CTV interview where he said he would. Now, Guilbeault is trying to do the same thing, again . …..
    …. now attempting again to register news sites ..

    https://www.thepostmillennial.com/trudeau-minister-says-government-will-regulate-online-media-again/

    Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister, Kris Faafoi will be watching, as most likely they want to get a similiar template controlling the media through and nicely wrapped up prior to the elections.

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  14. Where is our bloody useless Part Time Prime Minister?
    Do your job bitch, it’s why you are paid the big bucks!
    Or are you too busy having a naughty holiday weekend in Sydney?
    Too busy looking in posh frock shops,buying a new tea towel for ChCh Hugathon?
    Supping in posh cafes and restaurants with the family in tow visiting the luuvies?
    Cindy, you are fiddling while NZ crashes!
    When you turn up for work, how about fixing the shit surrounding Whinestone!
    You are knee deep in shit!

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  15. Ethical Question:

    You have a male friend that has no sense of smell.
    He also watches an inordinate amount of porn.
    Whilst at his house one day you notice a tub of Vaseline next to his computer.

    Is it morally wrong to swap the contents of his Vaseline tub for Vicks Vapour Rub when you get the chance?

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  16. The IT man has caught lots of cars speeding past his house and the primary school opposite. The cops say if he can identify a window of time they will target the speeders. Aren’t the cops lucky they have members of the public to do the legwork for them.
    .
    Auckland man creates DIY speed camera to catch hoons on his street
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/02/auckland-man-creates-diy-speed-camera-to-catch-hoons-on-his-street.html

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  17. Corona beer owner suffers $455 million revenue loss
    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/money/finance/corona-beer-owner-suffers-dollar455-million-revenue-loss/ar-BB10x9Hd?li=BBqddE1

    Perhaps due to its apparent association with the similarly-named coronavirus, sales have steadily declined in China, and plummeted during Chinese New Year.

    Sales of other brands it owns, including Stella Artois and Budweiser, have also dropped as nightlife grinds to a halt in China.

    CEO Carlos Brito said they are preparing for a “surge” when things return to normal.

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