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  1. Thanks for yesterday’s record number of comments in “Have your say” 144 is very good for a blog that has only been going for a month.

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  2. Currently in Russia. Spent nearly two weeks here. Victory day today, 9th May, so Police and military everywhere. I have seen not one Policeman armed with anything more than a truncheon. No pistols on their hips. Similarly, today, plenty of military personal controlling the public from crossing parade grounds, also not armed with firearms but truncheons only. I guess I have seen hundreds of Policemen, countless military over my time here, all unarmed. They have my greatest respect, unlike our own Police, who think it is right to carry pistols and rifles in our cities, which I think are far safer than those of Russia. Something is wrong.

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      • Listening to Shaun Plunkett on Radio pointing out it is not the job of Po lice to tell people what they may or not post on facebook, the comment being that ardern is a socialist – after all it is the truth. Me thinks the police like public servants have become politicised left wing shills. Next National Govt should force ably pull their heads in – starting with replacing the bush kommander with some one capable of exercising common sense and concentrating on doing the work police are paid for – catching criminal and prosecuting them.

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        • I’ve written to Simon Bridges asking him to front foot this Free speech problem with NZ Police. Pretty scary what seems to be going on with them at the moment. I couldn’t believe the amount of people who were ringing in to Magic concerned about the same thing. Both Peter Williams and Shaun Plunkett have hit the nail on the head with their programmes lately.

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          • Can you please let us know what his reply is. It’s important to know he and National are ready to fight for New Zealanders right of free speech.

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  3. We wonder about the journo’s and their standards of education and ability to do research. Well no we don’t actually.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/property/112547623/housing-in-nz-whats-legal-and-whats-not-the-basic-standards-every-home-must-meet

    Some silly little girl wrote this and its full of errors as one can see from the comments and from knowing the regs.

    Wil she care?
    Undoubtably not and Stuff will pay her money for writing trash for click bait. Stuff should be fined for the disinformation they spread.
    Will they care?
    No.
    But surely directors need to take their legal responsibilities more seriously?

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  4. Ignorance is bliss: Jacinda Ardern voted Australia’s most trusted politician

    I guess NZ journalists are bereft of ideas of how to continue Ardern’s hagiography today that they’ve got to see what other, ignorant, people think of her.

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      • Good to see someone can get it right. Jacinda is getting better at her very hard and stressful job every day. Give her a chance to show youse how good she can be.

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        • Morning Fairydust, the job as you call it, is as stressful as you make it, some people are born leaders, others will never be leaders as long as as my bum points towards the ground. Jacinda stepped up to the plate, if she is not up to being a puppet being instructed what to do and say, she can leave at anytime. Being a puppet on a string would not be a career path I would consider. It means you sell your sole and beliefs to the pupeteer, unless of course they have identical beliefs.
          You have it all wrong, it is what the pupeteer decides, nothing to do with Jacinda. She is just a mouthpiece than can be manipulated and controlled.
          It is a shame she accepted to sell herself out, but that was a cost she was prepared accept, very sad to see what extremes people will go to, to become a defacto leader.
          Let there be no doubt, she can only say what she has been told she can say.
          He that must be obeyed has been around in political life for many years, he knows how to play the game and has her hook, line, and sinker.

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        • 18 Months is sufficient time to see a modicum of improvement, clearly ardern is a slow learner so I expect little improvement in another 18 months.

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    • If they think she’s so great, how lousy are the politicians they have? JA is what some consider a “leader” these days? She hasn’t achieved a damn thing!

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      • Not quite true. Ardern has achieved a bunch of negative things, most notably the Captain’s call (a dictate in other words) on the Oil and Gas industry.

        As I noted yesterday, she has increased the tax burden from 2017.

        And so on and so forth.

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        • Everytime I go the the smkt and have to do without plastic bags I think of Ardern in disgust.

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      • I was on UTube and there in the topics was Cindy on the front cover of TIME among people I enjoy listening to. I had a little sick moment. ?

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  5. For those in the Waikato.

    You are warmly invited to attend Tim’s Monthly Forum. Details are as follows:

    Friday 10th May, 2019

    Our guest speaker will be Sir Anand Satyanand, former New Zealand Governor-General and current Chair of the Royal Commission into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions.

    Sir Anand will cover important issues and questions relating to the Commission’s work. He has given several talks of this nature elsewhere in New Zealand and they have attracted considerable interest.

    WHERE: Cafe Agora, Kent Street, Frankton

    TIME: 10:15

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    • Can’t make it Chuck, but thanks for keeping us informed of what is happening and when.

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    • Thank you Chuck Bird, for the reminder it was a great meeting Sir Anand Satyanand was very interesting. Not a great turn out though disappointing the number. Hopefully next month will be a greater turnout.

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  6. Cindy, Jimmy and Winston all have a swimming pool, but they are all empty and they all forgot to build a water hose to fill it along with it. So they all sit grumping on the edge of their empty swimming pools until a genie comes floating along and tells them he will fill their swimming pool with whatever they want, but only if they climb up to the highest diving board, jump down and shout what they want the swimming pool to be filled with and it will be filled accordingly. The three of them agree to do that.
    Jimmy, who is in need of money, climbs up to the highest diving board, jumps down and shouts: “money!” Promptly he lands in his pool now filled to the rim with gold coins.
    Then it’s Winstons turn. He likes whisky and so he climbs up, jumps down and shouts “whisky!” and splashes into a pool full of whisky.
    Finally it’s Cindy’s turn. She does not really have any idea, but reckons she will think of something once she’s up there on the diving board. And so it goes, she’s up there on the highest diving board, walks up to the edge to make a jump, slips, falls off the board and shouts “shit!”

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    • Haven’t you got any funny jokes you can post? Change the record for a change. Your fixation on the govt is getting silly.

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      • Poor little Fairydust appears to have no sense of humour, must be a sad little life. Personally I think Holysheet has written some extremely funny antidotes and jokes, more importantly he writes in a way that makes one really think about what he writing about. Those that have not been blessed with a sense of humour have to endure a living hell, I am so grateful I have a good sense of humour as I believe Holy and many millions have.
        I feel so sorry for you, that you have to go through life like this.
        My thought on “change the record”, I say change this defacto, irrational rabble they call a government.
        The other thing you could do Fairydust is ship yourself off to a society where no one says anything at all, they that could be exciting for you, you would have nothing to comment on!
        Nah, just hang in the COL is going to bring the Gulag view of the world to you and I.
        Any thoughts on where us non believers should be interned for reducation?

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      • This Govt gives us political junkies BIG targets. We love to lampoon them, and have every right to do so 🙂

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      • This is basically a political blog, and you don’t think that the government should get a mention? I can assure you I would prefer there no to be so much to bitch about.

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  7. A while ago an attractive young white girl, not old enough to know better, had a kid on a bike run into her, panicked and, after getting bad advice from a colleague ran away.

    The next day, from memory, she confessed her misdeeds to the police voluntarily.

    Many people, including the usual suspects around here, joined the call for her to be imprisoned forthwith, repeating that call when she refused to open her door to strangers.

    Yesterday (as far as I can tell from this seemingly undated article) an old black sheila (grandmother) was given a far lighter sentence in the Christchurch Court for running over a man walking his dog, driving away and hiding until she was found by the police some days later.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/driver-struck-and-killed-man-walking-his-dog-in-christchurch-sentenced-community-work

    Why are those who so loudly condemned the young lady (legally a child unable to drink, smoke or vote)?

    Is the reason for their silence racism or ageism?

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  8. Your post above of the young woman is offensive in so many ways.
    you are a chauvenist pig for being so down on this young woman. She has spent her time getting a degree, so it shows she has got the brains to study. She would have no trouble getting employment in politics or the social work area. Women are still seen as subservient to men in the comments daily on here.
    Youse should all grow up and learn from her.

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    • Fairydust, she could have the highest IQ in the world but this has nothing to do with the above circumstances, in fact my father always argued the opposite, not sure you need a uni degree son, all it appears to do is waste years of your time to fill your brains with crap so you can’t think.
      Maybe you need to seek assistance from someone that can help you with reality in situations.
      Have a wonderful happy funny day.

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    • You might be, but I can assure you that the rest of us are not. I wonder why that might be…..not.

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  9. Angela Cushnie who used to work for MPI and now is involved in the support of farmers in the Ashburton area says MPI have dropped the ball. The Mycoplasma Bovis cattle inflection which has resulted in 93,000 head of cattle being killed. Mycoplasma Bovis has affected every corner of the communties and farmers and their families have reaching breaking point. MPI have been scrambling to eliminate Mycoplasma Bovis but have failed to support the families who are deep in financial hurt with depression running rampant. MPI have failed to follow through after attending on the ground local meetings. Little or no action from the Wellington based office and their regional support staff. One farming family who were suicidal and it took 39 days for MPI to offer help. MPI are not coping with this huge rural crisis, their culture is rotten and staff turnover is high. Meanwhile, farming communities are in real need and are screaming out for support from MPI.

    Cindy said she would eliminate suicide. Obviously this did not include rural farmers and their families as one of her ministers is failing badly. The COL have made their lives worse, not better.

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    • Do farmers vote for Labour?

      The only suicides Ardern wants to eliminate are those whose demographics stereotypically vote Labour.

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    • I have no doubt this COL would gladly confiscate every farm in the country and plant pine trees all over them. Who needs food? The left by their very nature despise rural, independent, meat-consuming, hard-working, and fossil-fuel using bad guy farmers with big scary tractors. They would destroy the meat and dairy industries, and the country’s backbone to satisfy their sick ideology.

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  10. Peter Williams talking about immigration figures this morning.
    The latest figures show 1000 per month arriving in NZ which is nothing short of insane. These numbers are why there are so many problems in the country ,housing being number one.

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    • Don’t worry, the anti-immigration parties in the Coalition will sort it out. They’ll never sign UN migration pact or go back on their election promise(s).

      On a completely un-related topic, I wonder how many pants Winston Peters has lost to fire?

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    • I see home affairs Minister in Aussie Peter Dutton has NOT ruled out letting COL taking 150 of the absolute despotes left on Manus and Nauru. This will be a litmus test for Winston, take a 150 illegals that have failed US security screening.
      This should work out really well for all involved.
      The sound bites are done, now onto the real deal, dealing with reality.
      If you think taking back crims from Australia is bad, this could turn into the worst nightmare.

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  11. Last night was the first time I had heard Curran speaking in the house for a long time. She has definitely lost the plot as she had difficulty stringing words together.

    It was a almost a repeat of what got her fired….

    ? Medical problem

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    • yes she was dropped on her head at birth, thus making her the perfect lacky for the Liarbour Pardy.

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    • She is fucking cooked…. I believe all MP’s should be compulsory drug tested!

      Side note, what is the point in presenting a speech/statment etc to the house as she is in those videos, when there is about 6 people in the entire room…? what a farce

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      • I agree that MPs in the house should be subjected to random drug tests. Curran was a real space cadet yesterday and acting very strange.

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  12. It appears golf lessons doesn’t deter criminal activity. No. 4342325453 of useless crime deterrants utilised by idiots.

    The limp-wristed Judge Stephen O’Driscoll seems to be forced to try other methods of correction except rounds of golf.

    Perhaps the thug needs more hugs O’Driscoll? The anonymous Correction Official seems to think so:

    A Corrections official told the judge: “We are all in agreement that he needs to get out into the community and get more social interactions going, preferably with people his own age.”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/112619285/christchurch-teen-who-planned-terror-attack-warned-about-breaches

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      • Hmmm, let’s run over some innocent people and then hop out of the car and stab the injured to death. Nice kid! Had a bad day?

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      • I wonder if Tarrant will get something like supervised table tennis and home detention in his rehabilitation plans?

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        • He should get supervised while we watch on livestream his introduction to his new cellmates- a half dozen angry rattlesnakes. I’d pay a thousand bucks to see such a spectacle.

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  13. 105 is the new call to ignore!

    The police have launched a new number for crimes that pose no immediate danger.

    Expect any calls lodged to go into the round filing cabinet.

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  14. Help! My wife is pissed off I didn’t clean up my dishes! I am in imminent danger Mr Policeman….

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  15. The meterosexual was out on a date with a girl when she started telling him about her past violent relationships.

    “That’s terrible,” he said, holding her hand. “How bad were the beatings?”

    “Well I remember a real nasty one where I broke three of his ribs & punctured a lung,” she replied.

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  16. How many fucking nights will our media keep banging on about the Christchurch shootings? Every night there is another story. It’s time to move on media luvvies. How about doing your job and critiquing the airhead PM?

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    • It’s hard to find reliable information of Maori Justice before the British: to be expected for a tribal people but also hampered by BS.

      However, I doubt most modern Maori criminals would actually prefer Maori customary justice “kaupapa Maori”. Which leads me to conclude that Davis and his ilk are going to maximise BS in their fairy tale version of kaupapa.

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      • Kim Workman, Maori, ex policeman, Maori, careerist with many touchy-feely govt departments including Head of the Prison Service, Maori, born again Godnutter & campaigner for all things Maori tried initiatives like this before…..faith based prison units & restorative justice for Maori.

        They bombed!

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    • Drop them off on The Snares. Use our big military transport planes. Let nature take its course. Revisit in 10 years, Repeat!

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  17. Curiousity petitions
    CURIOSITIES

    * Award Christchurch mosque hero Abdul Aziz the New Zealand Cross (43 signatures)

    * Lift the ban on rapper Tyler, the Creator entering New Zealand (32 signatures)

    * Add option of “no confidence” in elections (27 signatures)

    * Two-year trial without daylight savings (12 signatures)

    * Lower the voting age to 16 (43 signatures)

    * Allow a three-person civil union or marriage (4 signatures)

    * Make all pap smears, sex toys, tampons, pornography “and all wrong entertainment such as ballet dancers in tights” illegal (3 signatures)

    As found at the bottom of this Stuff article.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/112264808/democracy-freedom-and-friction-how-does-a-petition-work

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