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Last night a potential new user, Napalm and Brut went on a seven post rant about YSB and some of it’s users. They were all in moderation awaiting confirmation of the email address provided when they signed up to join.

I sent an email asking a simple question as confirmation. As I haven’t yet received a reply, I have deleted his details. If he reads this he is welcome to reapply, just don’t ignore my emails.

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  1. Stephieboy has recently gone undercover as “SB 2” at Kiwiblog – probably a futile attempt to avoid reflexible downticks when people see his name. Yesterday he forcibly separated himself from Billy the Goat, and made the following announcement:

    “I ‘m just preparing t an email to the PM reflecting similar sentiments [about Shane Jones]”.

    As good luck would have it, a reliable source has got an advance copy of Stephieboy’s letter and shared a copy of it (with his customary spelling and grammatical errors) with me.

    “Hello Jacinda! It is I ,, Stephieboy, the ,, Labour Party divesrity officer. I can report good great things from Bunnings Mt Rossskill. My Mmuslim,, friends are plaaning a takkeover of St Albans, and I understand that Sunday church service will soon be replaced with Koran reading sessions ,, ve,, ry soon. Yours in diversity, Ralph. PS. Will you be hosting a Young Labour event at St Lukes soon?”.

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    • Nostradamus, septicboy the well known goat botherer,he’s so thick he can’t think of a username that doesn’t immediately out him as the trolling pervert he is.

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    • I was going to congratulate him on his highly principled stance, but then I realised that if stephieboy has to resort to emailing the PM, he’s not one of her inner sanctum who can just txt her or call her up direct.

      Can you believe it, dear reader? Stephieboy, the Political pundit with an opinion on everything and knowledge of nought hasn’t got Cindy on speed dial.

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  2. Who has built big things on time and on budget? Who has invested in projects that set things alight around them? Governments need to ask these questions and find these people who have actually followed their instincts successfully.

    When it comes to infrastructure suited Treasury folk should give way to experts

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/120004897/when-it-comes-to-infrastructure-suited-treasury-folk-should-give-way-to-experts

    Message for Simon and others.

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    • Another relevant question – have any NZ of indeed western capitalist Govt ever built/delivered anything on time/on budget- answers on a postcard.

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  3. Talking fishing

    Meurant acted as the bagman for Winston Peters’ donations, personally handing over cheques from donors in the fishing industry to Peters, while also working for the Vela Group, a fisheries company.

    According to Meurant he delivered at least three cheques of $9995 written by Vela Fisheries group companies to Peters in the early 2000s.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/119842482/peters-former-adviser-slams-systemic-course-of-conduct-over-donations

    Ya can’t teach an old dog new tricks it seems.

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    • Meurant is willing to spill in court. Could be interesting. Wonder if he’ll wake up with a horse’s head on his pillow. And maybe a can of tuna.

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    • Viking ,Peters was so arrogant back then that he was seen in a viaduct bar receiving a paper bag filled with $100.00 bills from an executive in one of NZs biggest fisheries companies.
      He actually in plain sight of many people took the money from the bag and inspected it, this came out in the media at the time but nothing ever happened about it.

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      • Given the revelations in Stuff on the prospect of small racing clubs having their assets seized because they are unprofitable, instigated by NZ1 and winstone in particular that precedent should be used by the SFO to immediately seize the assets of NZ!1 NZ Foundation and winston as part of an investigation going back 25 years for fraud as at least there is already sufficient evidence and likely more evidence from Ross Meaurant that would finally reveal the extent of any law breaking . Confirmation that funds for winstones pension overpayment repayment came from his verifiable legal income and ensure all credits to winstones personal Bank account are verified as legitimate and taxed. At the same time was the $158000 ever repaid?????????????????????????????

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        • freethinker, anybody silly enough to think Whinestons overpayments on his super was a mistake is delusional,the cunning little shit new he was being overpaid and was probably enjoying the little joke to himself and never thought he’d get busted,that is why he was so outraged when it was leaked to the media.
          I for one would enjoy the POS’s legacy to be this scandal he’s trying to lie his way out of at present,it would be a great comeuppance for all the trouble he’s caused in NZ politics over the 40 years his fat little arse has been balls deep in the public trough..

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    • Waikatogirl,just like everything else that is made in China that doesn’t have overseas input it wasn’t built well and was destined to fall apart long before it should have.
      The building was probably put together as well as a Chinese built car ,crappy,rattling,rusty,leaking,unreliable piece of junk that loses value quicker than an Ardern promise.

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    • A very timely piece. Water certainty is important for industry providing work for many people and thus covering living and life costs for them and their families. These industries are also producing food and export returns.

      Water objections need to be heard and considered while remaining mindful of the longterm needs of community and the industry, urban and rural, that enables the community, urban and rural, to prosper. We need to be able to use technology and science to progress applications to implementation of water schemes.

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      • Take Lake Karapiro, one of 8 dams on the Waikato River. Lake Karapiro is a world renown rowing course and training area for our local and international athletes. The creation of the lakes has allowed families to access safe waterways for sports an swimming or just a beautiful view from picnic areas. Lakes could be built for irrigation in dry zones and enjoyment of locals all over the top of the North Island, Hawke’s Bay and top of the South Island.

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      • Back in good old Johannesburg I remember them building a massive water resevoir inside a small hill. ( North of Kensington near Cyrildene). Basically it was invisible from all angles once it was finished. There is no reason why the could not use some of the old quarries in a similar fashion or in fact do more of the type on Mt Wellington. They could easily mine into One Tree Hill, hollow out the inside, and once completed restore any damage to its existing situation. Sure it would be more expensive than just plonking an ugly concrete structure somewhere, but Botany has one up on the hill and its hardly visible.

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      • The Greens are stupid, shortsighted and have an agenda. I don’t know why they get so much say as their logic is warped. Look at the horrendous mess they created with Pike River. 29 men died because the Greens wouldn’t allow an opencast coal mine. Coal mines should always be open so the methane can escape and doesn’t explode!

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  4. Surely NZ’s own icon should be enough for Greens to stand objections to water storage management aside. It must be good for our wildlife, animal welfare, crops and the environment.

    Extreme drought forcing some kiwi to abandon eggs in order to find food and water

    Extreme drought conditions in Northland are forcing kiwi to abandon their eggs to save their own lives.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/extreme-drought-forcing-some-kiwi-abandon-eggs-in-order-find-food-and-water?auto=6139230723001

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    • I checked the reviews of the cafe, before the alt left trolls post fake ones.

      Top cafe with great service and food.

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      • Na,
        it’s chokka full of Ngaio luvvies and their less-than-perfect kiddies.
        Parking is crap, also.

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    • Brave or stupid for a service business to put politics on their menu. It will always kill off half your potential customers. The left love to target anyone who disagrees with them.

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      • I will make a special effort to visit them on a regular basis. For their brave and principled support of democracy.

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    • Not that the left are dripping with hypocrisy, but?

      So let me get this straight, the lunatic left – the ones who were celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher (“Ding dong the witch is dead”) are outraged when they get some of their own back for Fitzsimons – one of the architects of the CoL?

      Let’s just remind ourselves about how one of the pillars of leftist sympathy, respect and outrage (Martin Martyn Bradbury) dealt with Baroness Thatcher’s passing. Not very respectful, not very empathetic. Not very balanced, not very understanding of the diversity of a strong independent woman’s contribution. One of many celebratory posts made on TDB that week in April 2013

      I keep on saying it – we have to use the Alinsky rules against them. We have to make these see you next Tuesdays live up to their own standards. We have to point out that these see you next Tuesdays started lowering the bar on acceptable behaviour – they have to live with the consequences of their new normal.

      Oh wait, I forget myself “It’s OK when the left do it”.

      They shit all over Thatcher’s memory – I shit on Jeanette Fitzsimons’ memory.

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  5. Cowardly leftists have attacked Yorkshire Tea on Twitter.

    The background is here:

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    Yorkshire Tea has issued a plea to people to “try to be kind” after it received a deluge of online abuse because the chancellor was photographed with a large packet of its teabags. The brand had faced a weekend of calls to boycott it after Rishi Sunak, the Conservative MP for the North Yorkshire seat of Richmond, shared the image with the caption: “Quick Budget prep break making tea for the team. Nothing like a good Yorkshire brew.”
    ***

    Some Tweets from the Yorkshire Tea account:

    ***
    So it’s been a rough weekend. On Friday, the Chancellor shared a photo of our tea. Politicians do that sometimes (Jeremy Corbyn did it in 2017). We weren’t asked or involved – and we said so the same day. Lots of people got angry with us all the same.

    We’ve spent the last three days answering furious accusations and boycott calls. For some, our tea just being drunk by someone they don’t like means it’s forever tainted, and they’ve made sure we know it.

    It’s been pretty shocking to see the determination some have had to drag us into a political mudfight. But it’s been lovely to see others speak up for us – we’re so grateful to everyone who’s done that in a civil way (and gutted to see some use it as a reason for more nastiness).

    Speaking directly now, as the person who’s been answering these tweets, I know it could have been much worse. It’s easier to be on the receiving end of this as a brand than as an individual. There’s more emotional distance and I’ve had a team to support me when it got a bit much. But for anyone about to vent their rage online, even to a company – please remember there’s a human on the other end of it, and try to be kind.
    ***

    But then good news came from “KFC UK & Ireland”:

    ***
    Replying to
    @YorkshireTea
    I feel your pain friend, it happened to us too. From one social admin to another, we’d like to make your day a bit better. Let us know your office address and we’ll send some chicken for lunch
    ***

    So the cowardly leftists want to take down a company merely because someone on the conservative side of politics mentions that company’s product. How pathetic.

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  6. HDPA calls out the bloody Green hypocrites on airfare expenses. Tossers.

    “The parliamentary expenses released this week show Green Party list MPs clocked up more on air travel in three months than any other party’s lists MPs. The Greens spent on average $9816 each, compared to New Zealand First’s $8509, National’s $7332 and Labour’s $6499.”
    “If only the Greens could blame all this travel on their busy ministers. They can’t. These expenses don’t count ministerial travel. This is all Chloe, Golriz, Marama and Gareth.”
    “If only they could blame it on electorate work. They can’t. None of the Green MPs have constituencies. But they tried anyway, and they even went one better. “The Greens”, a spokesperson wrote, “have constituencies all over the country that we engage with”. Which I suppose is them trying to say “the whole country is our electorate”. Nice try.”

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    • The greens getting in on rorting junkets while they can!
      Come September they are out on their ear and will never have a job so good again!

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    • Speaking of the Greens, is that Iranian overstayer still hiding under Golly’s skirts or has he flown off to the USA?

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    • A further point noting again the drop in standards that has accompanied MMP. The tests faced by an electorate MP serve a purpose In particular enabling voter scrutiny of a candidate. The MMP list does not do that for me.

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  7. Saudi royals arrested for allegedly plotting to overthrow the king
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/03/saudi-royals-arrested-for-allegedly-plotting-to-overthrow-the-king.html

    Saudi officials have arrested two members of the royal family for allegedly plotting to oust King Salman and the son he has designated to succeed him, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

    The Journal said guards from the royal court detained one of the king’s brothers, Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz al Saud, and one of his nephews, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. Both men were arrested at their homes and charged with treason, it said

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  8. Well well well…. it’s Groundhog Day for Winnie the Poo who is donkey deep in the poo.

    The media vultures are circling as they smell blood. It’s pay back for the abuse and smart arse comments they have had to put up with.

    Ardern will be crapping herself as her house of cards is collapsing.

    Time to bring out the real Baybee and not the one Jethro has been carrying around on Aussie TV. How bloody crass. No class.

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  9. The Left like to preach to us all about cultural safety with regard to our Tangata Whenua…and as a country we have adopted a number of Maori customs and have protected their rights to have Tangi Leave and support whanau at interviews/hospitals, etc, so why is our PM so hell-bent in ignoring the customs and wishes of grieving Christchurch Massacre survivors?

    We’re being put in the spotlight again against our will,” she says. “We’re not the ones who asked for it.”

    “But for us, [is it] like we want this? We don’t. [Is it] really helping much? It’s not. In fact, it’s triggering a lot of things. And it’s putting a lot of pressure on us.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/08/brutalised-but-defiant-christchurch-massacre-survivors-one-year-on

    Has Jacinda Ardern given a minute’s thought to what the family members of the killed and shot are going to have to relive next week?

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    • MAGGY, NO SHE HASNT,FOR THAT CREATURE IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CAMERAS PREFERABLY INTERNATIONAL ONES.
      A disgraceful use of still grieving people that have said they don’t want it, it’s the height of arrogance that she is forcing this on these people for her own international exposure.

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    • Has Jacinda Ardern given a minute’s thought to what the family members of the killed and shot the NZ public are going to have to relive next week with Arderns adhans being played through out the land, with the increased censorship, criminalizing property,and demanding with menaces. 🙁

      I do appreciate the first paragraph. 🙂 , though I see ourselves as all being survivors of the political onslaught.

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      • It’s ok to upset a lot of people you pretend to care about if it means votes. “They are us” and therefore we can use them as we please.

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  10. The response to Covid-19 is undoubtedly killing more people than its saving and negatively impacting billions of people.

    Preventable deaths are occurring as people cant get medical attention. Essentially, there is no medical assistance available for many people. Ironically this will result in countless deaths from the usual flu strains. Particularly among the elderly. Packing at risk people together like sardines and isolating them, is a great way to spread a disease. Like cruise ships for example.

    We need to stop the containment fantasy and go about our lives. While pulling together to create a vaccine.

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  11. Random thoughts on Coronavirus

    Given that the CoL are looking like they’re basically welcoming in the disease (self-isolation lol), could this be that the peak of the infection (ie late to mid-winter) is going to be the perfect time to make a call for avoiding public congregations – ooh I don’t know, like say for a General Election?

    Could we see this as a way for the CoL to hang on to their baubles of office for another year?
    Could this be the excuse that’s needed to rush in the (ultimately more abusable) online voting (using Soros company voting machines of course)
    Has the “this is how you don’t protect the population from a pandemic” approach of the CoL – be a health initiative? (ie Best to get as many kiwis infected in the summer rather than the winter when the death toll will be much higher)
    If the risk of infection is so much higher in crowded spaces – why is this government doing everything they can to get more and more of us on to public transport?
    How is the traditional press-the-flesh approach of politicians in an election year going to work in a pandemic environment – surely the last thing any of us want is some plague vector going door to door and infecting as many people as possible?
    Will means testing of the pension be necessary after the pandemic wipes out a significant proportion of the 70+ population?
    Will Parliament continue to sit? (there have already been rumblings about the UK parliament being suspended)
    Will the pandemic be the nail in the coffin of the globalists’ wet dream of open borders (the EU has finally grown up and is saying “Fuck off” to any more country-shopping migrants and they’re all citing the pandemic as a reason why)

    Given that we all now know that Skeletor Socialist Cindy lies about absolutey everything – what are we to think about the above interesting questions.

    (I know the above looks very “conspriacy theory” but the CoL have had two and a half years of looking very much like they’re out to get us – so in an age of lies and liars it’s important to keep asking ridiculous questions just in case they turn out to be realistic ones down the track)

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    • Careful Wiggles. This doomsday cult is violent and unpredictable. They bash each others faces in over loo paper!

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      • I’m not too worried…
        I have a full set of the TRSNZ that should keep us in bum wipe until the rising seas drown us.

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  12. I have this ongoing suspicious feeling that there will be a poll about 2 weeks after the 15th March !~
    Any virtue signaling event to get the SLGs party closer to National.

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    • The anniversary is cynically being used as a celebration of Ardern’s response, not a remembrance of the tragedy.

      Note that Muslims do not want this and do not support Ardern. So don’t blame them. They have actually been rather reasonable and dignified. Far more so than other groups would have been under similar circumstances.

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      • Well, I won’t be watching Socialist Cindy casting herself into the spotlght for her own glory.

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    • the family members of the killed and shot are going to have to relive next week?
      Suckered!

      Nah. … the muslims dignify the “shaheed”
      Those muslims will revel in those, sombre voices, tears & hugs to better apply the full on “victimhood” of hijabs niqab and burkas, with the duty of support of their “shaheeds”,and being much better placed being able to do “dawa” duties for islam with the Adern adhans across the whole country.
      Another way for them go gain the points to eventual paradise.

      Just like the celebratory “shaheed” tour going all over NZ, in their name, that is now full of dignity in New Plymouth!

      https://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/119984149/togetherness-tour-to-teach-people-about-islam-one-year-on-from-christchurch-mosque-attacks

      Who is funding this?

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      • I reject Islam, the same as any other Skyfairy. We are not a secular country, why are we appeasing Islam? Fuck off tour bus with your religion, not interested.

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      • It seems one of those touring muslims is from the UK.

        Fahad Tasleem is a lead instructor at the Islamic Education and Research Academy, a prominent British Salafist organization that the U.K. charity regulator recently censured for not discouraging “terrorism and/or extremist views.”

        Tasleem coordinates the WhyIslam campaign for the ICNA.
        Visitors to WhyIslam website
        are informed about the correct method of stoning under Sharia law: “the person was held fast in a fixed position, and a stone or rock that it took two men to lift (i.e. was heavier than one man could lift alone) was to be dropped to crush the head.” Homosexuality is condemned as “evil” and polygamy is encouraged.

        https://www.meforum.org/islamist-watch/52341/worst-of-the-icna-mas-conference-2017

        Seems happy for the muslim menfolk to have more wives, and accept that social welfare, housing, education, health, will be a part of the “jizyah” that is owed to muslims.

        “Togetherness” the hospitality in Nelson.
        https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119894740/one-year-on-from-christchurch-shooting-nelson-remembers-and-comes-together
        and so the tour goes on, doing their dawa, and to keep other muslims in line with Mohammad’s sayings.

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  13. I’ve just arrived back from my local NW. I wasn’t looking for coronavirus purchases but I noted there was a sign up not to ask for hand sanitiser as it is unavailable for the foreseeable future and all the disinfectant has been sold off the shelves. Our homes will be well disinfected but then people still need to go out into the world… 😷😷 🤒🤒🤒

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    • Even I take particular care to wash my hands when returning home. Though living in a filthy city like Welly I do that anyway.

      Its gonna be a laugh when it starts going through the head offices of government agencies. Total chaos.

      Imagine if it gets into Arderns media team and massive PR production crew. Imagine if she gets it and cant grope and fondle people for the cameras with her stupid fake caring frowny face.

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      • Hubby, who loves gadgets, bought one of those fancy automatic lightbeam operated liquid soap dispensers even though we already have a couple of bottles liquid soap in the house. We are all set for some time for hand washing.

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  14. In my place of employment we have been forced to usher in the diversity eccentrics.

    Because of this, Health and Safety, requirements have increased and of course, compliance with policy is paramount.
    The new diverse array of employees are magnitudes less in intellectual prowess than their predecessors.

    Last week the ‘new health and safety officer’, complained she was almost run over by a truck while she was walking on a delivery lane specifically built for large trucks and labelled as such.

    Coincidentally, there is a pedestrian footpath that runs parallel to the lane and is also clearly marked.

    Another ‘missing link’, was doing the same thing and thought she had the right to gain access to the company grounds by using the trucking access route.
    She was under the impression the massive gate was for her and little gate was for the rest of us.

    Back to the H&S ‘beacon of hope’, she literally thinks the virus will (as one employee stated) “dead us”.
    So, she set out to buy the countries most expensive supply of face masks.
    She needed instructions as to how to don one.
    Her first remark after fitting the improvement was to say ‘Gosh, these are really uncomfortable”.
    My colleague just stared at her in amazement.
    She was wearing it upside down.
    She also reprimanded a snowflake for not wearing a hi viz vest and safety shoes in a work area she herself frequents in high heels and no high viz clothing.
    Next.
    We are forced to replace employees with immigrants. None have been suitable due to their lack of, or suspect skill sets.
    HR refuse to let us hire whitey.
    In fact the latest applicant was asked to forward their immigration application to us for review, and although it looked official, his year of birth was 1917.

    I’m really looking forward to going for a walk this afternoon. I might even find a bridge.

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    • The Health and Safety industry in NZ is a disgrace. It is overrun by neurotic older women. They don’t understand the Act or the basics of risk management. Totally unprofessional.

      They strut around talking shit about wellness and fussing over minor details. They seem to think all the Act requires is that they pretend to be very caring. Well it doesn’t!

      Also the H&S officer is working for the PCBU to cover their arse. They are NOT employed to represent the workers.

      That is what a good HSR is for. And they are thin on the ground.

      The whole thing is a girls club of ignorant unprofessional women. The actual Act is an okay piece of legislation and is not particularly onerous for most PCBU’s. Worksafe publish many excellent accessible guides to assist.

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        • Yes. Read the book about Pike River by Rebecca Macfie. Most of these idiots are using it as a how to manual.

          The event occurred because of corporate spin and image management being put before technical advice and good practices.

          Which is exactly how these stupid bitches run things. However, I know 2 people who get it and they are both women. Though one is a scientist and general brain box.

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            • The imbeciles generated fear over the new Act then preyed on frightened business owners. I feel for those trying to run a business.

              I really don’t know what advice to give them.

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              • Hamstringing a business….. any business, is where they get their power from.
                I am of the opinion mass walk outs are the only solution.
                Now would be the best time.
                Stop the country….quell the hysteria….take a long hard look at where we are currently heading….return to reality.

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                  • Sooty. Do you remember when we were taught the road rules for pedestrians, as children?
                    Look left, look right, look left again.
                    These twats took it literally as a guide to life.

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                    • Don’t do that anymore. they just walk right on out and expect the motorist to see them and stop. Sometimes doesn’t happen. Human rights allow the pedestrian top have right of way.

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      • H & S became the go-to place for all the Union officials when voluntary unionism came in.

        Just like all the Greens are now getting into C-enforcement / C-registration businesses.

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    • Baybots “We are forced to replace employees with immigrants. None have been suitable due to their lack of, or suspect skill sets.
      HR refuse to let us hire whitey.”

      The law is that an employer can hire an immigrant if no suitable NZ’er available to be fill the position. Your HR is talking sh*t.

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      • Waigurl. I know.
        HR was cleaned out and a new breed of sycophants has taken over.
        Almost every week an amendment to the company’s policy is sent company wide with preferences highlighted as wellbeing and inclusiveness focussed.
        I think we may have been targeted as a gateway employer.
        Geez Wayne.

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    • That was hilarious 🤣

      Old Bernie wouldn’t give the creep the time of day.

      Check out the downvotes. Comments turned off, of course.

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      • First time i’ve seen that clip, fuck me, is there any way we can keep him in the US until Jacinduh can look after him at the UN..?

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        • Stigie:

          Yes we can. There’s an unresolved investigation into the LAX incident as I understand it. Maybe Paddy could act in the national interest (for a change) and do a full-expose report that tells us what really happened!

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          • Well bugger me Nostra, i thought that incident was resolved. Maybe when he’s home again slip around to Hulen’s resident and ask the good professor..?

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    • Jesus H Christ. Did I just see that,

      What a limp wristed plonker.

      Old Bernie gave him the brush off.

      How embarrassing.

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    • What a wanker. It takes a lot to outdo Bernie Sanders as a tosser, but Patrick Gower took the gold in that Olympics.

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    • What a severe retard Gower is.

      No awareness of his level of fuckwit.
      Hint: its 14/10

      Is it worth contacting INS in the USa and seeing if Gower has a work permit?

      These retards that pose as churnalists are so entitled the chances are he is not legit there!!

      The poor precious wee retard was bullied at school.
      No surprise when you see that overbite
      It ks about three times that of the Sandringham Slapper.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGYcWAKnr1c
      2 mins
      They called him bugsy. Oh, poor precious wee churnalist.
      They should have called him rabbit face or lettuce muncher
      Fine for them at TV3 to be mean to people they dont like (in a TV channel that cannot make a profit in 10 years despite near 20 mill a year of taxpayer subsidy via Air NZ) but they cant take it when others bite back

      The retard got well and truly bitch slapped by the two (banned) Canadians in 2018.
      Gower still does not get it he is soooo stooooopid.
      Owned by a 22 year old gal.

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    • The evil Saudi regime is backed by the USA. It is one of the most vile abusive regimes on the planet. It is also the biggest financier of radical Islam by a very long way.

      Saudi Arabia has what ISIS wanted. And the Yanks prop them up.

      They need a peoples revolution, but any dissent is rapidly crushed with Western help. To our great shame.

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      • Kea ,as always with these Muslims they carry out their war on some other poor bastards land,luckily the two biggest sponsors of islamic terrorism worldwide the Saudis and the Iranians hate each other’s guts but are carry out their F- – – – – G war in Yemen.
        Although to be fair Yemen was also seen as the birthplace of a lot of the filth that is Islamic terror,so as long as they keep killing each other who cares? the average middle eastern Muslim wouldn’t piss on you and I if we were on fire so F- – – K them all I say.

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  15. U.K. Investigators Examine Visits by Barclays CEO Jes Staley to Jeffrey Epstein’s Island

    “Mr. Staley visited Little St. James twice, accompanied by his wife on both visits,” a Barclays spokesman told The Wall Street Journal. “The visits to Little St. James, and his meetings at the Manhattan address where Epstein maintained an office, were disclosed to the board.”

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-k-investigators-examine-visits-by-barclays-ceo-jes-staley-to-jeffrey-epsteins-island-11583484765?emailToken=b7021e4849d2644d18e5a69b98610f42ejLd1vNgbzrj6k/vaTSEH5d4aFX9f4tCWfO/4CDDj2Zc7XJAqMpORsKD9W/OO6XXa6cS9nJrKTdsqgLVZ2mOpZLl1ozH13UdAr1k8ZJfNc0V9ossSTqDi0BZMjduMim7RcFjejLaJ0vA19H7CYlER8XmMTor8wb8DqYketTJmUU=&reflink=article_email_share

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  16. FFS, the biggest political lie so far in 2020 “When the prime minister speaks she never says anything wrong”. Shane Jones talking to H D A on 6/3/20, what a F- – – – – G weasel that bloated kaumatua is.

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    • Donations gratefully accepted.. (but none of your left-overs or 2nd-hand junk)

      send to:
      Maggles
      Destitute Bag Lady
      Kaiti Mall
      Gizzy 4010

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      • …….”but none of your left-overs or 2nd-hand junk”…….

        Bugger. I thought I’d found a way to get rid of the one bar heater with a crook switch & the last of the baked beans from EAD’s prediction debacle. 🙂

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        • Hang onto those BBs, nasska.
          It’s obvious Kea hasn’t been panic buying stocking up his emergency supplies.

          He’ll be lootingwhining for some of our goodies in a couple of weeks when he’s caged up.

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          • I’ve saved him a couple of car aerials & a pound of lead head roofing nails in case he gets snackish. 🙂

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          • I bought a rotisserie chicken the other day so I’ve made homemade chicken soup – ‘Jewish penicillan’ with the carcass.

            If you get sick Kea don’t come crying to me. 🤗

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            • Yes, I’ve got a supply of boiled up chook bone broth…
              probably use it for
              Cock-a-leekie (with a swag of garlic)

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              • Good to be have the skills to be able to make a healthy and tasty meal out of almost nothing. 😊

                Best Cock-a-leekie we had was in a country pub in Ireland.

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    • Fake news.

      The coronavirus is not decimating the economy. The hysteria is.

      They need to stop this nonsense. The virus is everywhere and spreading. The fantasy of containment has clearly failed. We need to resume normality. Our medical facilities should be used for those who are seriously ill or at risk. Not people with a mild cold/flu.

      The virus is here and it’s part of our eco system now.

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      • Those that are confirmed as having Coronavirus is still officially at 5,
        Health Line received over 600 calls yesterday. If you don’t actually have the virus and just looking for information check on-line at the Ministry of Health website!
        Dammit people, don’t clog up help lines. Help lines are for the actual sick to get help from.

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          • Two weekends ago there were 8 people killed on the road
            ..eight people have died since Saturday – five in four separate crashes in the Waikato and three in a single-vehicle collision in Northland. Multiple others have also been injured….

            A year ago, almost:-
            the Ministry of Transport said provisionally 26 people have died from road crashes between last Friday, March 29 2019, and 9am this Friday.
            26 in 7 days

            This is real.

            1.2 million roads deaths a year world wide plus multiple injuries

            Or Malaria
            In 2016, malaria caused an estimated 216 million clinical episodes, and 445,000 deaths.
            but, but, but that DDT was soooo bad

            Perspective required.

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      • ……”The coronavirus is not decimating the economy. The hysteria is.”…..

        But in Gisborne’s case the hysteria causing the log jam originates ten thousand kilometres away. Not much old Rangi who spends his days hanging on the back end of a chainsaw can do about that.

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        • The media are saying hospitals around NZ are overwhelmed. With 5 cases ????.

          This is due to hysteria. We are in the shit already and it’s barely begun. We need to calm the fuck down and start acting much smarter.

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          • You can’t cater for children’s minds in adult bodies.
            Leadership is required and the helm is abandoned.

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          • Preview of one news tonight
            Corona virus. How will we cope. Plans to bring retired nurses and doctors out of retirement.
            Gay rights parade.
            ffs what next?

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            • Exposing older people to the infected. Bloody imbeciles.

              There are only 5 confirmed cases and not all of them are even in hospital. What the fuck is going on?

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            • Breaking News:
              Shane Jones finds he has a connection to the Native American Indian.
              Chooses his own tribal name.
              “Second helpings”

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                • A little Indian boy asked his father, “Dad how did I get my name?”
                  “Well, son, when your sister was born we looked out of the teepee and saw a running deer, so we named your sister Running Deer. When your brother was born we looked out of the teepee and saw a soaring eagle ,so we named him Soaring Eagle. Why do you ask, Two Dogs Fucking

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      • If only we had a society that looked after themselves, rather than expecting the government to. THIS is what three decades of socialism has given us.

        Stop it.

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  17. Would you deem a Toyota Corona and a Norton Anti virus CD as suitable?
    Apparently, you can drill two small holes in the CD and pass some elastic string through them to make an impenetrable facemask.
    Got one here.
    Leaves a small ring mark on the end of your nose though.

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  18. Sir Bob Jones says he didn’t want to drop Renae Maihi defamation case
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/sir-bob-jones-says-he-didnt-want-drop-renae-maihi-defamation-case?auto=6139364452001

    “I had a woman conducting a campaign calling me a racist. Me. Good God, I spend millions every year on other races with all the various things I do.

    “She ran up and down the country campaigning I’m a racist. Anyone that knows me, I’m the least racist person. I do so much for other races because I am not racist.

    “There’s no hypocrisy. She was a show pony,” he says.

    “Obviously, I believe in free speech. I don’t believe in defamation and libeling of people. There’s a difference.

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    • Old Bob is an equal opportunity shit stirrer.
      He has (part) Maori kids from various wives/GFs.

      Some people are permanently hurty.
      A half bottle of firewater might be bedda for them that a court case.

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  19. At this time, the Mericans are looking for solace and understanding concerning a threat to their nation.
    Many have been looking to the significance of the Doomsday predictions of the “Georgia Guidestones”.
    These monoliths of granite were carved and placed to symbolize modern day Stonehenge.
    They are worshipped as the ten commandments to exist by after the apocalypse.
    You know they are important when luminaries, such as Yoko Ono, Bono and Oh no, kneel before them.
    Here’s the commandments:

    Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
    Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
    Unite humanity with a living new language.
    Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
    Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
    Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
    Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
    Balance personal rights with social duties.
    Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
    Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

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  20. As mass hysteria breaks out over a flu, people seemed most concerned about toilet paper. By any reasonable assessment we have gone quite mad. So let’s run with it…

    We have lost our way and connection with reality. We must cleanse our cities with fire. Let the world burn my children. Humanity must redeem itself. 🤪

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    • Com’on Kea. Surely you don’t want to go & meet God with a stuffed nose & an unwiped arse! 🙂

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    • It may be stupid, but the reason there is a run on loo paper is because of it’s bulk. When you see a shelf in the supermarket emptying out, it’s human nature to think it is running out. Doesn’t take many people buying 2 or three at a time to deplete the stock.
      Never mind that the stuff is made in New Zealand.

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  21. Poor Liddell queer boy, got into altercation at 4am after queer parade!
    Maybe the high pitch,whingey, whiney voice got on someone’s wick?
    So he’s on TV saying the plod should have been protecting him!

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    • Not being out on the streets at 4am with drunks looking for a scrap is a lesson to be considered young man.

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      • Women were the aggressors so media are playing it down.

        Courtney Place is a dumpster fire of drunk feral women screeching and acting out. Never seen anything like it.

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  22. Read this article especially the new cases in Bulgaria and Washington. Something is nor right. How the fuck did the two cited below get the damn virus??

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/03/italy-poised-seal-north-coronavirus-live-updates-200307234942500.html

    Quote He was admitted to a Washington hospital on Thursday and appeared to have no history of international travel and no close contacts to any other confirmed cases in the US, Bowser said.

    and

    Bulgaria has reported its first cases of coronavirus in a 27-year-old man and 75-year-old woman.

    Neither had travelled anywhere recently or been in contact with anyone who had returned from a country with a coronavirus outbreak, chief state health inspector Angel Kunchev told journalists in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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    • Because its spreading like every other bloody coronavirus. Like I predicted weeks ago.

      There is nothing mysterious about this. It seems to have started in a massive transport hub city in the world’s biggest country. It’s a coronavirus. What happens next is easy to figure out…

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    • Airplanes bro.
      Dumpling drops. Frozen at altitude. Thawed at ground level.
      All flights cancelled next.
      Hysteria hides reason and logic.

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  23. This old couple are walking around a car boot sale, when they notice at a stall an offer of 5 toilet brushes for a fiver. Both are impressed with the deal & they buy the toilet brushes.

    The following week the old lady is again at the car boot & she passes the same stall when the owner says “How are you getting on with those toilet brushes?”

    The little old dear says “Well, I’m persevering but the old man’s gone back to paper.”

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  24. Te Morenga and Hongi-Hika’s Expedition to the East Cape, 1818.

    In August, 1819, Messrs. Marsden and Kendall persuaded Hongi-Hika and Te Morenga to give some account of their expedition to the East Cape. It appears that they did not go together, nor did they meet on the way. In what follows we must allow for Marsden’s want of knowledge of the Maori language, for parts of the two narratives contain statements coloured by European ideas.

    Te Morenga’s fleet left first, early in January, 1818. They both had the same object in view, which was to avenge page 90 the death of some women of Nga-Puhi, who had been taken away from the Bay and Whangarei in 1806 by the brig “Venus,” and had been left amongst the Ngati-Porou people near the East Cape. One of these women was Te Morenga’s sister. She was subsequently killed and eaten by the Ngati-Porou tribe.

    http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-SmiMaor-t1-body-d14.html?fbclid=IwAR2NrW5G4vDssnBHkXRw5eXfW8vvywDbm4G59XO7amHzfC2vdxsyZcVDU9U

    a bloody good read.

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  25. So will the Surpreme Leader order a lock down of Aotearoa?

    Imagine her delight at an imprisoned population, with the hungry lining up for bread rations. She already contemplated seizing homes and establishing concentration camps.

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    • Yes.
      She’ll send Neve to a safe space prepared earlier (Fiji).
      A few weeks later she will join her.
      Clarke will be stuck in NZ with suspected flu.
      Grant Robertson will pose as JA’s double in a face mask and Brian Tamaki will condemn the populace for buckling to Satans demands.
      Same old, same old.

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      • I hope God doesn’t try to tell Diggy a long joke. I wonder if God know’s any jokes about muslims just to piss Diggy off ! 😇😇😇

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    • Nah, I was talking to him this am by email. He’s busy with his new website nzissues.com.
      Good luck to him. At least he has got control of not having to read long jokes.
      We might have pissed him off with our constant belittling of his conservatives support.

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  26. Dont know if anyone watched the “Outsiders’ today but that item on the free speech union in the UK was very much up the alley of ysb.

    freespeechunion.org

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