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  1. Your cartoon attempts to change the english language yet again.

    The communists running this country are often, even by this blog, correctly said to be demanding NZ returns to the 1970s.

    They are, in fact, conservatives.

    The few right-wingers that ever gain political traction in this country (a very small group indeed) tend to push for both freedom and self responsibility.

    In that they are liberal as in the dictionary description:

    Liberal; Political Views: Right-wing, anti-federalist.Prefer smaller government, less regulation, most services to be provided by the private sector in a free market,

    Personally I am proud to consider myself liberal despite, based on observation, my political views being far further right than most on this blog, let alone generally.

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    • Interestingly enough, I saw a similar argument recently from an ardent Left winger: that Stalin was a Conservative and therefore couldn’t be on the Left wing since Conservative by definition is “right wing”. His argument boiled down to the fact that Stalin was keeping the status quo which by definition made him conservative.

      It just seemed like a desperate attempt to re-habilitate Socialism from all those extra-judicial murders and terrorist acts that goes part and parcel with that ideology.

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    • As for the word Liberal: unfortunately, it is still associated with the Left wing when they somehow managed to misappropriate the word. Hence the current traction of the adjective Classical that is popular these days: Classical Liberal.

      The Left today cannot in any form or fashion be considered liberal. They are the most illiberal section of society.

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      • No, I can’t give you that.

        “When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’

        ’The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many different things.’

        ’The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master — that’s all.”

        ― Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass

        This is not Through the Looking Glass and in this world words have a prescribed meaning.

        The leftie you quote had a point, one overshadowed by other Stalin Traits, but a point none the less.

        Conservative means opposed to change, even if that change is for the good or to the right.

        The opposite of “conservative” unless you are talking the names of political parties, is not “liberal”.

        I can give you (just) “progressive” for the context you use here although progressive and regressive then both mean the same for political purposes.

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        • I’m not sure where you’ve been, but in this world, the Left have re-defined words (and symbols) all the time…and made those definitions stick.

          Examples:
          The National Socialist German Workers Party (NAZI) were and are right wing.

          The swastika is a symbol of hate.

          Gay is a homosexual male (though it is getting re-defined as lame).

          Liberal means Left wing.

          Native Savages are one with nature.

          Alt-Right means White Supremacy.

          Etc.

          I have repeatedly suggested on this Blog that people stop referring to Liberals as Left wing in an attempt to rehabilitate the word even as recently as yesterday.

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          • The left (and others) may have redefined words but that doesn’t mean I have to accept that new definition.

            In fact I’ll fight back whenever possible.

            Nor in the case in point is it lefties attempting to redefine the word.

            The definition of “liberal” being the converse of “conservative”, except when defining political affiliation, is brand new, totally incorrect and I don’t bloody like it!

            Only in pathetic little conservative minds does “liberal” now mean left wing and certainly freethinkers (in fact all genuine thinkers) do not attribute “conservative” just to the right wing but rather also to totally pathetic losers terrified of change.

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              • I (indeed even you) am free to do so.

                In fact many do, including (but not limited to) the group the pigs shut the road for the other day.

                I note also that the swastika facing the other way is an acknowledged good luck symbol in several Eurasian and Germanic cultures.

                None of which alters the fact the ascribing Liberal as the converse of Conservative is only correct when discussing actual names of political parties, not in right v left arguments and the attempt to do the latter is brand new, wrong and I hate it.

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                • Except I doubt you will do so. It’s a case of picking your battles. The reason I mentioned it was because the Left have been brilliant at controlling the conversation.

                  Nerd alert:
                  The sauvastika (the “left-handed” swastika) is a symbol for the night, whereas the swastika is the symbol of the day (from a Northern Hemisphere perspective). Put them side by side and you get the early symbol for infinity. Both symbols have been around for millennia, pre-existing even before the invention of writing.

                  Anyway, I also will wish to liberate the word Liberal from the Left. It’s assinine that they are in any form considered liberal. It should be about liberty. As you say, conservative is about conserving, hence conservationist…the earlier term for environ-mentalist and probably means a less stupid form of them too.

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  2. Many thanks to Rachael Membery who put this on yesterday’s Have your say

    I felt it needed more airing, so I hope she doesn’t mind me highlighting it today.

    As I said yesterday, today’s police are only motivated by two types of actions:

    1.) those that please their masters, the government, e.g. speeding fines and
    2.) those that please the media, otherwise known as public relations (PR) e.g. scorched almonds stolen from foodbank for that feelgood reporting for Mother’s day.

    It seems the police have blundered on the second type of action as for whatever reason the media have actually, for once, reported police indifference to normal crimes.

    Cops close $100k fraud inquiry because Northland detectives were diverted to investigate Christchurch mosque shootings

    Note: the guilty party have confessed to their crime. It’s an easy win for the police but lacked the PR hit that they crave so much.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/112513724/cops-close-100k-fraud-inquiry-because-northland-detectives-were-diverted-to-investigate-christchurch-mosque-shootings

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    • We really need to keep a register of all the dud judges NZ has.

      I couldn’t find the name of the judge in this case.

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      • In the article, I think

        “However, in March, Grewal successfully appealed the decision to Justice Ian Gault at the High Court in Auckland. “

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      • The judge’s name is: Justice Ian Gault

        “However, in March, Grewal successfully appealed the decision to Justice Ian Gault at the High Court in Auckland.

        This gave Grewal the freedom to leave New Zealand if he paid a surety of $10,000 to the court and return within two weeks.”

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        • So the surety wasn’t in cash and not in the Justice Dept Bank. Foreclose on all his assets. Proceeds of crime. Crime being ignoring the court ruling. Time to get some respect back towards our court system

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  3. As I got in from the pub last night my wife yelled at me
    “I hate it when you come home half drunk!”
    I said “Sorry love, I ran out of money”

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  4. I saw on the news last night that someone was putting anti-Islamic pamphlets in letterboxes in Mt Roskill. The police were investigating and it was said that there is a 14 year penalty for distributing objectional material. This law was meant to be for child porn mainly. It appears that the chief censor can decide what is objectionable. That means if someone posts online or in a letterbox material that argues against Muslim immigration with reasons like their prophet was a warlord and a paedophile you could be sent to jail for a very long time. A Muslim activist was on that news item saying how great it is that this action has been taken after 15 March. Will the opposition oppose this regardless of who is the leader?

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    • Bloody hell! If you’re correct, then this country is further down the drain than I thought.

      Adding to this is the tragic fact that there is virtually no opposition to these arseholes. Bridges is a useless dribble and the Nats are a spent force with almost no spine or talent at all.

      When are decent people in this country going to find a party which will stand up for our basic freedoms? The New Conservatives look pretty good to me…. but I wonder how much traction they’ll get in the next election?

      Ideas anyone?

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      • Dave, I do not think it is just Bridges but most of the senior Nat MPs. I have spoken out strongly opposing any hate speech. I get some support but some are anti. They want members to rubber stamp everything and donate money.

        I will be attending the public meeting in TA Monday where Barbara Kuriger and Chris Bishop will be talking about firearm law changes. I will be taking two or three licenced firearm owners with me. They can talk gun law. I will talk about Littles hate speech proposals.

        Racheal is coming also. I hope WG can make it and it would be good if some from Auckland would as well.

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      • I believe the New Conservatives could pick up a good percentage of the vote.Can’t figure out why they are not hammering a few issues although they may be holding off.
        They need to be bold and prepared to take on the left media. The only media releases I see from them appear on ‘scoop’ and not other media outlets.
        National have no direction.

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        • Elliot Ikilei seems to be getting some traction on Whaleoil and everything he had written lately makes a lot of sense.

          I’m an atheist, but I took an online poll recently (sorry I can’t remember the link) and I was interested to find that I agree 80+% with NC policies.

          I’m watching them with interest…..

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    • Excellent post, will it be the Chief Censor that decides or will orders come from further up the chain.
      This is a great short video on hate speech from Jordan Peterson below
      Every person left or right should have no doubt, it is so dangerous for individuals to have the power to determine hate speech. I agree with Peterson, you should stop at inciting violence, but that is already covered. Where it gets out of control is the Chief Censor decides what is inciting violence.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr8uMyqqx78

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  5. Trawling through news sites as is my wont on cool, overcast days (Helios must surely be on a final written warning by now) I came across a sub-headline that stuck.

    It was a personal trainer stating criticism of Kim Kardishian (The sheila with the big tits and bigger publicity department) was unfair because “she has been working her arse off”.

    Someone needs to tell him (and her) it ain’t working.

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    • What is it with the work my arse off to get a big arse? Is it meant to be code for the Kanyes size? The surrogate who has just given birth to their child might have a few issues with the glam pics of Kim and her tiny waist.

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  6. How sad…. never mind. No Zuckerberg at Arderns Paris summit.

    Will she be addressing an empty room again ?

    Absoludely….

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  7. I note that last night there were 3 stabbings and it would seem one death by stabbing in Porirua.
    Now to me the number of stabbings would warrant something being done about carrying knives. Thought so for a longtime.

    Apparently carrying a knife these days is common.

    Why don’t we start to nail those that carry knives. A bit like nailing those with equipment for burglary or making drugs and so on. Make carrying knives a bit like guns. Go to jail.

    Perhaps ACC could tally up how much the taxpayer is being sucked for treating those that get stabbed.
    After all they have done do for scooters and cars and many other things.
    Stabbing must be one of the most commonly treated ACCIDENTS in ED’s.

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    • I’ve carried a knife for 45 years, still do.

      I have hardly ever stabbed anyone to death in all those years.

      Maybe it isn’t the knife.

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      • I was going to make a similar comment. Every day of the week I go about the city wearing a knife (an essential basic tool of my trade), and I’m certain there are no bloodstains on its record.

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        • I too carry a knife daily for work, often end up forgetting about it and end up out in social settings with a ‘weapon’ in my pocket.

          My knife definitly does have my blood on it tho coz im retarded!

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    • It is illegal to carry a knife without legitimate cause already. Self defence is not considered a legitimate reason.

      However, when we started accepting Somali refugees, some of them formed gangs. They could not compete, physically, against the Polynesian gangs so carried knives to remedy that problem. And, as the saying goes, the rest is history.

      The village idiot of London, Sadiq Khan, has banned knives in London. It doesn’t appear to have worked, and in fact, knife crimes have increased since enforcement. On the good news front: thoughtcrime is more heavily policed…don’t you dare use the wrong pronoun on Twitter.

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  8. Jacinda’s mates get paid to tell Jacinda what she wants to hear.

    Thanks to Matthew Hooten’s OIA – we know who is on our socialist PM”s “tell us n0n-progressives are white supremacists and lock them up” advisory group.

    https://fyi.org.nz/request/10025/response/34319/attach/3/2019%2005%2010%20Letter%20to%20Matthew%20Hooton.pdf

    We can all agree a not very “most open and transparent” response. But what do you expect from the office of a compulsive liar.

    I flag this not because of the disgraceful non-diversity of that advisory group, and not because of the disregard for openness and transparency – but to illustrate the utter uselessness of our media.

    Hooten doesn’t understand that requests are meaningless. The real kick in the guts for the governments is when a complaint is made. There are so many grounds here for the Ombudsman to complain about it’s almost certain the Ombudsman should be censuring the PM. But why isn’t Hooten waiting for a response to his complaint. For example:
    1) The response was late. A request submitted on 6 April, is due for response (according to the date calculator on the Ombudsman’s website) by 8 May. The response is stamped 10 May.
    2) The response is so short and bereft of info it could’ve been returned in a couple of days. But it wasn’t. The previous Ombudsman wrote a huge report title “It isn’t a game of hide and seek” and one of the central thrusts was that the 20 days timeframe isn’t a benchmark it’s a maximum – and if agencies can provide the info earlier, they have to. Hooten could complain about the PM playing ‘hide and seek with the truth’ by delaying so long.
    3) Public interest – given the massive implications of the PM’s fetish for thought-control and hate speech legislation, Hooten should be arguing that the public interest considerations of his request far outweigh those trivial ones cited in the response.

    If journalists are going to ask OIAs, they should at least learn how to use the act and prosecute their case – rather than just bitching about the dodgy behaviour of politicians when the ignore the law. Call them on it and make the ultra-left wing Ombudsman do his job too.

    Sorry for the TL:DR post – but good God – the incompetence of the media is rivalled only by their dishonesty and it pisses me off sometimes.

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  9. Apparently conversation about lawnmowers is forbidden on that other blog we used to admire.

    pdm

    I see [lawnmower talk is a nono – Mod] is in the Herald again today – so you may be right about the Government being under pressure.

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    • Hopefully, rightoverlabour doesn’t mind me moving his conversation to Have Your Say as I wanted to add to it.

      He writes:
      They are getting precious at kiwiblog. I had “Saint Toke Jacinda” and “Twats” redacted from a post. Almost ready to give up o. The site completely

      Unfortunately, once you start censoring speech, it basically has no end to what will be censored. I think that most of us here knew that is where Farrar’s blog would go.

      Every so often I’d see Farrar’s desire to be liked by the Left shine through. The Ides of March has simply quickened the appeasement process. However, while I generally like Farrar, I think he’s delusional. We’ve already seen instances of the Left’s absolute hatred of him (Rachel Stewart in particular about wanting to break his legs in some dark alley). History is replete with the failure of appeasement. The Left will not like him for censoring “Right-wing” voices. The Left wants him destroyed. Placating them is a stupid strategy.

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      • I have enjoyed Kiwiblog for the past eleven years. Whilst overseas I found it the best place to get a real update on New Zealand news.
        But the real victim of the 15th March atrocity was not the South Island Islamic people; it was the previously wonderful Kiwiblog site. That is sad.

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      • It is both sad and disturbing, what has happened on KB. The war against free speech has scored a battle victory there.

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      • Offended! Lol the more who read about the total onslaught (to use a good apartheid era term) on free speech the better. I am not sure if it’s DPF or some of his moderators that are on a power trip. He used to let most of my rants through (other than the Assassination _shed a tear) one that earned me strike….

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      • The thought struck me this morning after seeing all the intimidating visits from police to those who have been outspoken on the internet whether DPF had received a police visit? His epiphany and changes to his blog was before the mosque shooting but there was already a clampdown of free speech in the wind.

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        • Even if the police hasn’t been harassing him directly, I suspect DPF feels vulnerable with his young family. He, himself might be prepared to tackle serious political issues and be fine with the fallout, that’s a big ask when you have a defenceless child that the Left can attack.

          I know this feeling myself. I’m decidedly more risk-averse from the political winds with a young family than I was before. It doesn’t mean I’ll “stop fighting the good fight” but I’m more picky about what battles I’m prepared to fight, and anonymity is basically a must.

          And anyone who’s familiar with The Gulag Archipelago knows, the Left will most certainly go after the family. I suspect before long, Oranga Tamariki will be deployed for certain thought crimes. That’s not something DPF can easily fight.

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          • Being semi retired there is nothing they can threaten me with. They cannot even take my super, with it’s winter energy payment of $31 a week. Keep me in a good bottle of wine a week.
            No advertisers to put pressure on me to change.
            The stazi are welcome to come and see me anytime.
            I HAVE DONE NOTHING WRONG

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            • Neither have I done anything wrong, but as I discovered on Kiwiblog, there is an element there that is willing to tell lies about commenters they want to close down.

              What I hadn’t reckoned on was that some of those trolls on KB would be so dumb as to post the crap they did.
              Surely it must be obvious that if you are posting under your own name, there isn’t going to be a dastardly back-story lurking behind the scene.

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              • Yes, plenty of zeks who were ‘prosecuted’ under Article 58 who didn’t do anything wrong. Some did trivial things ‘wrong’ like smile the wrong way.

                I mention this last one because we’ve already had a smile crime this year with Nick Sandmann the 16-year-old from Covington High School in the USA. Where such emphatic individuals like Kathy Lee Gifford and Reza Azlan wanting his life utterly destroyed with his ‘punchable’ face and all that.

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  10. Sadly this will go along way to control by authorities through “hate speech” laws and concepts. A new form of blasphemy laws that make it racism.

    https://www.scribd.com/document/408209588/Islamophobia-Defined#from_embed
    One does have to keep scrolling to get to the next page or section.

    The definition as adopted by the Labour Party in Britain.
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/mar/20/labour-formally-adopts-definition-islamophobia

    I think this definition will spread to other countries.
    Scotland is nearly there.
    https://www.holyrood.com/articles/news/all-scotlands-political-parties-adopt-formal-definition-islamophobia

    With the “Christchurch Call” then a version of this will again be pushed at the G7 nations, this coming week.

    Once it gets so far, then Plod can fully enforce with warants, then discussion, debate, forums about the koran, hadith, sira, sunnah, “Reliance of the Traveller” can be prosecuted and penalties applied.

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    • That first link defining islamophobia, is a bit long winded, 72 pages, plus many little anecdotes are slotted in and about what is said to a muslim.
      Plus a scattering of slogans to counter islamophobia.

      Still we must not only know ourselves, we must know the other to be effective, as change is being pushed onto the world.

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  11. Everything that’s wrong with the BBC in one interview……

    Leftie loons are bandying this interview around as a great example of a Republican being “schooled” by a proper interviewer.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VixqvOcK8E

    To me, it’s very damning. The fact that Andrew Neill is so utterly unaware of how petty his approach is, encapsulates completely how broken is modern journalism. Mid-way through Ben Shapiro, gets frustrated and suggests “there’s no point in the interview if Andrew Neill has no interest in what Ben Shapiro thinks and the whole interview is a premise for a series of “gotcha” questions”. Which is right on the money – it’s pathetic behaviour, and utterly lacking in any journalistic enquiry. Well researched “are you still beating your wife” questions are still cheap shots, they do not add to the sum of human knowledge and they do not allow the playing out of the exchange of ideas that are so vital (and so missing) from modern politics.

    I hope and pray, the grass roots movement in the UK that is fuelling the Brexit party continues as it will inevitably lead to the end of the licence fee that allows the continued existence of the Jimmy Saville-sheltering BBC.

    Their demise is long overdue and they will have no one else to blame but themselves, it will be a self-inflicted mortal wound.

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    • Shapiro admits he was unprepared and has apologised to Neill.

      His Tweet on the matter:

      [Andrew Neil] DESTROYS Ben Shapiro! So that’s what that feels like 😉 Broke my own rule, and wasn’t properly prepared. I’ve addressed every single issue he raised before; see below. Still, it’s Neil 1, Shapiro 0.

      Of course, since I’ve done some basic research, there is page after page of stupidity from the Left over it.

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  12. We need a a candidate like this!
    Will the Danish people give him enough votes? I know I will eat Danish bacon. 🙂

    DANISH PRIME MINISTER CANDIDATE, RASMUS PALUDAN: MUSLIMS MUST BE REPATRIATED
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/pKIy766ECYYY/
    4 minutes 27 secs.

    Just watch the rest of the talking bobbling heads explode.
    The big heavy set man man who says nothing is the current Prime Minister of Denmark.
    The original youtube was pulled, so now on bittube. ohh just got it , bitchute. 🙂 Well certainly a good bitching video.

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    • Danish Bacon is known as the second best in the world (The very best bacon comes from Redcliffes butchery in Christchurch, true foodies love it) The ultimate Sunday breakfast fry up consists of Danish or Redcliffes Bacon (smoked), Scottish Black pudding, Scottish Lorne sausage, Mushrooms and two eggs. Note to the English, there are NO fucking baked beans or fried bread on the plate of the ultimate Sunday breakfast fry up.

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    • If any of our MP’s will speak out like Rasmus Paludan, then I will certainly buy them a few breakfasts, following that recipe.

      Pulled no punches, and spelt out the problem very concisely.

      A bit of more of Rasmus, as he gets out and about and recorded via his facebook page, and life as it expressed in a “first world country” of Denmark.
      He speaks in English.
      https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=345757889307146
      4m 57 secs.

      The police there do not seem to worry about “hate speech” laws in some situations.

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  13. The Facebook dude has snubbed Horse Face and will not be meeting with her in Paris. That being the case, why the fuck is horse face still going?

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    • “Free” travel where she can get adored by the sycophantic media once again. Where she can once again give a speech to an empty hall and the media will declare how triumphant it is…again. I suspect giving speeches to an empty hall is less challenging than a full one.

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    • The photoshoots and feelz! They will just narrow the shot down and it will look like half of Paris was there, than Cindy and the cameraman!

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    • Did Zuckerberg and Macron reschedule the talks and forget to tell Cindy? The answer to your question BB is finding the camera with the best angle?

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  14. Where is “Fairydust”, no posts over the weekend, is she/he/unspecified on a Monday to Friday roster?

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    • How come the cops didn’t hurry the charge up so that they could charge him with murder?

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      • It took me a couple of reads, plus the related older articles, but from what I can understand, the scumbag abused his child in 2017, and the child did not succumb to their injuries until 1 year & 1 day later, meaning there was more than 1 year between the alleged attack & death as a result of that attack.

        I am curious though, if he was originally charged with child abuse/GBH etc, shortly after the injuries were sustained, surely that charge can be upgraded to murder and still be dated to the original date…? Much like what commonly happens in a lot of trials involving someone who has been assaulted then dies after the attacker has been arrested and charged?

        I too was wondering how they could’ve waited over a year to charge him.

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  15. So apparently, as mentioned above, Lawnmowers is now hate speech over at KB… Someone asked in yesterdays Have your say about the reference to Saint Cindy & Lawnmowers, which I happily explained (will copy/past it at bottom of this comment if anyone else is not sure of the reference)

    Just saw on WO this morning, apparently members of the public are getting police visits for calling Saint Cindy a socialist on facebook…. (a factually correct statement too)

    Does that mean if I say that ‘Cindy is a vapid waste of space and aspiring socialist dictator, whilst us, the taxpayer are picking up the tab for her lawnmower using fiance and her to fly around the world for photo ops’ will I get a police visit too….?

    Here piggy piggy piggy…..

    Lawnmowing reference: When Karel Sroubrek was arrested for drug importation/wholesaling and his phone searched, there was a text conversation with a phone number belonging to Jethro, discussing ‘lawnmowers’ their pricing and availability etc etc…

    this was before there were ‘rumors & gossip’ about Jethro that grew to fever pitch that Cindy’s police mate came out in public to deny that Jethro was under or had been under investigation for any reason….

    Add this to Mr Sroubrek’s residency debacle ft. ILG and Mr Hardcore etc, and you have the odour of Jethros’s fishing tackle box hanging around.

    Or so I’ve been told anyway….

    Editor:

    That was close to being deleted. You cannot say some of the things you inferred.

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    • Has Cindy denied any of the insinuations?. Longknives (Ex KB who seemed to have good connections in the judiciary) inferred that most of what is above is factually correct. The cell phone sweep was Operation Ark as far as I can recall. There was another comment a while ago on KB that suggested that someone had gone to National with info on this and wanted Nat to ask these questions in Parliament, but for some reason, nobody was prepared to. Comrade Cindy ( using her beloved term) I would like to think, would prefer the truth remains well hidden. Some leader in Germany a few years ago also liked the truth well hidden.

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      • I struggle to understand that Angry Andrew wants to reduce the prison population yet those that make adverse comments about our PM are threatened with Police action with the end result of a prosecution.

        Going to be interesting as I don’t know many true blue kiwis that support our PM and are known to use derogatory terms to describe her. Me thinks our Police will be busy and prisons overflowing as the alternative is communist rule.

        It’s going to get very interesting.

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        • According to Karl Marx, criminals only exist because of classes. Get rid of classes and they’ll be no more criminals. Remember that Ardern (and Peters) said capitalism had failed. Ardern essentially stated child poverdy exists because classes exist due to capitalism.

          We have some excellent records of what happens when Socialists get unbridled power. Thought criminals, i.e. not socialists or not the correct type of socialist, get punished far more severely. In fact, actual criminals get treated leniently by the State and are usually in charge of thought criminals or at least are able to terrorise political criminals at whim.

          That we’re seeing it unfold in real time is to be expected when a Socialist is given power.

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          • Given that idea that it criminality is all down to “class”. How do the socialists explain those who are wealthy or comfortably off and still commit crimes?

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            • I suspect the excuse will be that class still exists.

              Remember, according to Marx (and I saw this again earlier today from another Leftard), that capitalists exploit workers. The former will get richer and the latter will get poorer. The former will also shrink in size whereas the latter will grow in size. There will be no middle class. In the end, the money will no longer exist since effectively it will all be stored in Uncle Scrooge type money bins. The Uncle Scrooge analogy is my interpolation due to other Socialist analogies about capitalists being like dragons sleeping on top of their piles of gold. Capitalism will fail due to this Marxist law.

              That crooks failed to stop being criminals under socialism is most likely due to socialism never being implemented correctly. Little & Co. will obviously be the first in history to do so…

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    • Auckwood, I hope what you have stated is 100% true, to the editor, I admire your guts to let this one go through to the keeper, If this has validity, it will go no further, if it has any cracks, they will be all over it like a rash and there is no tomorrow. I have seen a shitload of commentary on this subject, and no denials or push backs. I get the feeling where there is smoke there is fire, still think you are very brave to publish this in this day and age and unprecendented censorship.
      I support 100% free speech, I worry that they will use any excuse to shut down what they don’t like.
      I guess you have to know what the chief Censor lets past the keeper, obviously he is alot more liberal when it comes to kinky sex compared with Australia, but this is no longer about censoring sex.

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  16. Anyone else think that we may have taken this “anyone can grow up to be Prime Minister” thing a little too far?

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    • Is Pete George one of the editors over at DPF’s place? What once was a great blog has been destroyed by the left and DPF does not even see it.

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      • DPF indicated that he’d appointed “ten or twelve” moderators & he’d be happy with that number. Since it takes over three hours to get a comment posted at 6pm out of moderation perhaps he should enquire if they all turn off their computers before dindins.

        Alternatively he could do a roll call to check that they haven’t all qualified for a cloud & harp!

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      • I shouldn’t think so.
        P.G. has his own blog to moderate… a couple of doozies on it…tho’ I’m sure no-one misses Robert Guyton who has flounced off to The Standard (thank god).

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        • Is that the gardener / school teacher from Southland. Horrible individual. Needs to have a regular bath.

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          • Oh Gosh,
            a school teacher… I doubt I would have found him an inspiring educator.
            He is a Southland Regional Councillor.

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    • They never go ‘on strike’ during their twelve weeks annual leave I note. Nor do the stupid kids who decide to protest against the bullshit climate change con. If teachers and stupid kids decided to march on Parliament during their own holidays then I might be a little bit interested.

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    • Umm it’s for ONE day in two weeks time… Not for 2 weeks. I am a teacher, but not a union member, but I do agree that they need to tell that fucking Cunt Hipkins to sort his shit. They could scrap the gun buyback by altering the stupid gun laws and use that money.

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    • Just saw the news on the strike. Previously looked like lots of marching just wondering if plod will be let them march now after cancelling Anzac and Capping Parades.

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      • where is the danger? Hipkins and Cindy might want plod to step in but I cannot see it happening

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        • Hey don’t forget. No strikes on my watch. That will haunt her for years when she works for the UN.

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            • I mean, I doubt she’d even care let alone be haunted by strikes on her watch if she ever makes it into the UN. I doubt failing at reducing child poverdy would bother her either.

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  17. Cindy has said that Whinneys trains are more inportant than teachers, doctors and nurses!

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  18. Is there somewhere that has Cindys travel plans in it?
    I would like to go and protest if I knew when she comes near!

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  19. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reveals she inadvertently saw the Christchurch mosque shootings video

    Now I may be fucking stupid but please tell me how you could inadvertently watch a video like that. Its not like its only seconds long and worse she says it was during her preparation for her trip to se Macron that it appeared.

    ” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has disclosed publicly for the first time that she inadvertently watched the video footage of the Christchurch terror attack.

    In preparing the way for next week’s international anti-terrorism tech summit in Paris, she has highlighted the “staggering reach” of the alleged mass murderer’s live-stream video of the shootings – even to her own eyes.

    “I use and manage my social media just like anyone else. I know the reach of this video was vast, because I too inadvertently saw it,” the Prime Minister says in an op-ed article published this weekend in the New York Times.

    “Many people report seeing it autoplay on their social media feeds and not realising what it was – after all, how could something so heinous be so available?”

    Really? the lady is continuing with her penchant for lying.
    Not fit to be a PM.
    Worst govt. ever.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12230162

    Explaining the extraordinary reach of the Christchurch terror video, she said the original live-stream, just short of 17 minutes, was viewed some 4000 times before being removed from Facebook. Within the first 24 hours, 1.5 million copies of the video had been taken down from Facebook. There was one upload to YouTube every second in the first 24 hours.

    “This attack was part of a horrifying new trend that seems to be spreading around the world: It was designed to be broadcast on the internet.”

    The footage was banned by New Zealand’s chief censor four days after the shootings, on pain of a fine of up to $10,000 or up to 14 years in jail for sharing the clip, defined as “objectionable” material.

    Now I spend a bit of FB time but have yet to see it come up. Probably wouldn’t watch it anyway as violence has no place in my mind. But to watch 17 minutes of it then deny others on the basis that it is objectionable makes me wonder about her even more. Perhaps she thought it was a video game.

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    • I haven’t seen it either, I am sure that you would have to go looking, and yes I believe the violence level was below that of some video games, which is why the AI didn’t detect it.

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    • ….”because I too inadvertently saw it”…..

      Why the “inadvertent” bullshit? In her role of PM it was highly likely the video was referred to her so that she’d know what was happening & nothing wrong with that.

      But she has to gild the lily & tell a lie about stumbling on to it.

      Seriously, she is incapable of telling the truth. She can’t help herself!

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    • Cindy says she “manages her own social media.” LOL, Cindy, the PM-Select of NZ has a whole PR and media advisors to do that for her. If she doesn’t get staff to filter what she needs to see then she is not doing her job ‘running the country’ to a sufficient level… Well that answers that then! ?

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    • “Reading between the lines here”, any reasonable person who professes to be against what Facebook is transmitting, would in my opinion STOP using it.
      The best way to get your message across is to vote with your feet and not use them. But it’s Cindy we are talking about here. The biggest lying PM we have ever had the misfortune to have foisted on us. The drunken dwarf and all his voters should be ashamed of themselves.

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    • So she should be prosecuted. The chief censor said so. I have not seen it, and don’t wish to see it. I saw enough shit in South Africa for a lifetime of mental images that cannot be unseen. How do we know Saint Toke Jacinda is lying? She’s breathing.

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      • Cindy virtue signalling to the international media. The rest of us know it is one rule for me, another for thee. ?

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  20. Was watching Skynews Aus and see the UN head honcho with the PM.
    He says climate change is the biggest issue in the world and NZ can lead the way.
    It was so hard to watch and I thought I had escaped the 1 and 3 fawning.

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    • How much carbon did his trip here emit into the atmosphere?
      It’s always different when the lefties do it.

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  21. Peaceful Muslims are uniting to protest racist remarks following next weeks Islamic Terrorist attacks.

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  22. It is very hard for those of us who are not conspiracy theorists to believe the truth. When was the last time that NZ had political prisoners?

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    • I’m not sure who you’re aiming that question at. Conscientious objectors in WWII probably rate as political prisoners, and they weren’t released until 1946.

      I’m not a “conspiracy theorist”. However, we can see in the United Kingdom, hate crime legislation being used as a weapon, and potentially used to imprison people. Whether you like it or not, Tommy Robinson has basically been a political prisoner and is likely to be one again.

      What we see in Britain is IMO a legitimate fear. “Hate crime” law is under review by Little.

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        • Maybe. I’d need to know more.

          However, with the revelation that Ardern has also watched it, and if our double standards are employed in NZ it may convince me the 17 year old is a political prisoner: what’s good for the goose is good for the gander and all that.

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  23. TV3 is showing a movie about the attack on the Boston Marathon by muslim terrorist.
    I am quite surprised they are doing this so soon after Christchurch.
    But it does show how evil and callous islam is.

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