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  1. Hi ho it’s off to work you go.

    Well perhaps not.

    Apparently we are not allowed o do gods work anymore.
    i.e. earn a living, now the commies are in charge.

    A group of public health experts has broken ranks on the Government’s lockdown strategy, calling for a return to near-normal life in two weeks.

    As the number of new coronavirus cases continue to drop, the group of academics told Stuff the Government’s lockdown plan is out of proportion with the health risks posed by the virus.

    The group said that from 22 April, when the current lockdown period is due to end, New Zealand should drop to “level two” alert.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/120984583/coronavirus-lockdown-rules-should-be-relaxed-health-experts-say

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  2. At least she was wearing something.
    Imagine if she was wearing a string bikini!

    apparently they do that in walmart.
    😆
    Waiting for the new boss to introduce such apparell to trolley dollies.
    Might be one way of luring the male travellers back into the planes.

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    • At least she’s parked in a disability slot. Obviously something not quite right there. Luckily she remembered the TV remote.

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      • A common sight in Masterton on benefit day where the land whales occupy the triangle formed by Pak&Sav, Kentucky Fried & Liquorland.

        Of late though the approved street attire is Ug boots & onsies.

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        • A guy goes into a bar and sees three very large women seated at a table.

          He notices them talking with heavy accents and he goes over to them and says,
          “excuse me ladies, are you three from Scotland?”
          One snaps back… “Wales”.
          He says, “I’m sorry…are you three whales from Scotland?”

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        • A few years ago when I was doing a lot of travel round NZ for a job, I was at a meeting/dinner in a small North Island town.
          At its conclusion, around 11.30pm, my hosts were driving us back along the Main Street. There was quite a queue of people lined up along the footpath outside a bank vending machine. There were women in nighties, tired, screaming kids in pyjamas and an assortment of others.
          I asked what they were doing there at that time of night (I live in the country – enough said). It was explained to me that the people were waiting for their benes to be deposited at midnight.
          But why would they need to get the money now, I asked. No shops open at that time of night in a small town.
          The answer: Drugs. Dealers never close.

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  3. “”I think the low double digits is where we’re going to be in the near-ish term,” Robertson said of the unemployment rate.”
    How on earth does he calculate that? Why not just be honest and say it’s too early to tell. Not just pluck numbers out of. . .oh oh, that just went all visual on me.

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    • The lunatic left is all about creating poverty.

      You create poverty, you build dependency on handouts.

      You build dependency on handouts, you vote Labour.

      Without dependency, Labour go out of existence.

      Labour have an incontrovertible conflict of interest here, they have to stand aside, they haven’t declared their conflict yet.

      So dishonest!

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      • I understand that years ago, the mantra was that
        “A man who has nothing will vote for the party who will give him something. A man who has something will vote for the party who will let him keep it.”

        Looks like a Labour victory if we all lose everything and end up with nothing. (Maybe that was the plan all along…)

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  4. “Covid 19 coronavirus: PM Jacinda Ardern teases details of New Zealand under alert level 3”

    How nice. Can’t wait for the big reveal.

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    • Don’t get too excited, she still has to ring her friends, to find out what she should do!
      The time difference is a bugger, she can never catch them awake!
      They are always asleep when she rings!

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  5. By the time level 4, or lockdown, was in place, at midnight on March 25, a snapshot of Queenstown showed a 90 per cent fall in visitor numbers.

    For a nation with tourism as its top export earner, the effect of the virus not only on jobs and businesses but also the wider economy is expected to be devastating. The 3.9 million overseas visitors to New Zealand last year spent the equivalent of $47 million a day, with domestic travel making up the remaining 60 per cent of the $41 billion in total annual tourism spending.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/120930957/coronavirus-what-telco-data-tells-us-about-the-economic-impact-of-lockdown

    Interesting snapshots of what you have been doing this last two weeks.

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    • It is amazing how these guys think domestic travel will somehow miraculously pick up the slack and give a quite good recovery. If people have lost their jobs it is hard to see that happening. Even if one person in the household loses their job I would think trying to keep the mortgage paid would be a higher priority.

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      • Discretionary spending will drop to a minimum when one of the breadwinners in a standard-issue double-income household in Auckland loses their job and the massive mortgage payments continue. This means:
        – No more smashed avocado breakfasts at the waterfront.
        – Dining out and pub expenditure curtailed
        – No trips overseas
        – No ski trips
        – No large consumer durables

        The pubs, clubs and cafes will go to the wall or be supported by the retired pensioners with freehold rental properties (of which there seem to be many in Kohimaramara).

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  6. Is this all TDS. Speculation of whether President Trump will fire Fauci or not.

    Coronavirus: US President Donald Trump retweets call to fire top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/04/coronavirus-us-president-donald-trump-retweets-call-to-fire-top-infectious-disease-expert-dr-anthony-fauci.html

    Trump also denounced the Times story in tweets on Sunday, calling it “Fake.”

    “He won’t fire Fauci today,” tweeted Joe Lockhart, press secretary to former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat. “He needs to humiliate him a while first. And one thing you can really count on … He won’t have the guts to do it himself.”

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    • They should stop referring to Fauchi as a “top infectious disease expert” and call him what he is the corrupt front man for Big Pharma and Big Ag whose interests are far removed from the well being of the ordinary citizen.

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          • Waikatogirl ,yes but is it the truth or have the filthy CCP realized that the trumpeting of ” We have beaten the virus” is going down worldwide like a cup of cold sick.
            They are the enemy of the entire planet and their intention has been to rule the the entire planet,a malignant cancer on all mankind.

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          • I don’t believe anything China reports.
            We’ve beaten it, there’s a re-infection phenomenon, we have a vaccine, there’s treatment, it came from eating bats, rates are rising, rates are falling, the sun rose in the east this morning.
            Don’t believe a damned word of it unless and until there is independent verification.

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            • Harvey
              I learnt the hard way ( no details) many years ago that you never trust a Chinaman, and have to date seen noting to persuade me to change that view.

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    • This is from an article from Huff Post in 2014.

      Don’t Believe Everything You Read About Flu Deaths

      According to the National Vital Statistics System in the U.S., for example, annual flu deaths in 2010 amounted to just 500 per year — fewer than deaths from ulcers (2,977), hernias (1,832) and pregnancy and childbirth (825), and a far cry from the big killers such as heart disease (597,689) and cancers (574,743). The story is similar in Canada, where unlikely killers likewise dwarf Statistics Canada’s count of flu deaths.

      Even that 500 figure for the U.S. could be too high, according to analyses in authoritative journals such as the American Journal of Public Health and the British Medical Journal. Only about 15-20 per cent of people who come down with flu-like symptoms have the influenza virus — the other 80-85 per cent actually caught rhinovirus or other germs that are indistinguishable from the true flu without laboratory tests, which are rarely done. In 2001, a year in which death certificates listed 257 Americans as having died of flu, only 18 were positively identified as true flus. The other 239 were simply assumed to be flus and most likely had few true flus among them.

      https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/lawrence-solomon/death-by-influenza_b_4661442.html

      and then there is article from 2004.

      Vaccine Fevers

      New flu vaccines, such as those made from live viruses, pose new types of risks since the vaccines themselves could become unintended disseminators of the flu. Because some 80% of recipients of this type of vaccine shed it to the environment, doctors are advised to avoid prescribing it to those in close contact with at-risk populations, such as those who have compromised immune systems.

      https://cpi.probeinternational.org/2004/10/24/vaccine-fevers/

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  7. David Seymour forges ahead with proposal to cut MPs pay in solidarity with Kiwis losing work during pandemic

    David Seymour is edging closer to formally proposing a 20 per cent pay cut for Members of Parliament during the coronavirus pandemic.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/david-seymour-forges-ahead-proposal-cut-mps-pay-in-solidarity-kiwis-losing-work-during-pandemic?auto=6149109719001

    As people lose jobs, take pay cuts and have hours reduced, the ACT leader is calling on his fellow parliamentarians to stand in solidarity to reduce their pay as well.

    Mr Seymour told TVNZ1’s Breakfast this morning he will put a bill up on April 28.

    “In the interim, Parliament hasn’t been sitting but I’ve got a bill drafted that would basically drop MPs pay by 20 per cent for the period of the Government’s wage subsidy and maybe it can be extended after that.

    “But I think it’s critical when people are going down to four day weeks, some people are don’t have a job, people at Fletchers going down to 50 then 30 per cent, other businesses besides, that the public sector do the same and the public sector can’t realistically take wage restraint if the people in Parliament aren’t doing it themselves.”

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    • The indolents in Parliament must be hating Seymour. Their times as MPs constitutes their high water mark of employment – none of them will live like high hogs again like this. The prospect of loss of income will have them shrieking like banshees.

      Devastating everyone else’s income without touching your own, it’s OK when the Left do it!

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  8. The time has come for work-for-the-dole for everyone who’s fit and able to do it. We can’t afford to be paying > 10% of the population to be doing nothing. Many of those who have lost their jobs due to the virus, will have no issue with this. Long term bludgers will just have to suck it up.

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      • 11% say they have lost their jobs
        14% sau they’ve had a paycut.

        Future job losses is being touted likely as at least 20%

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        • As long as they keep paying my super, the only difference is no shopping, or driving.
          Nothing else, same old shit, different day!

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        • I have a grandson aged 17 of whom I am immensely proud, he is at polytechnic studying but working part time, he decided when staff were asked to reduce their hours that people with mortgages needed to work more than him. So he stood down, then he got a job in a pack house sorting kiwifruit etc. He is working long hours, sometimes it’s great and others not so much. The number of people who start work there and do not even last the day is unbelievable, it’s too hard for them.
          Jesus H when are we going to let these losers know you have to work to get paid and stop this pathetic state, who will give Money so they believe we don’t have to work at all. This attitude will totally fu** this country and the liber col is feeding it.

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      • Give it time…

        I asked a friend how he went bankrupt.
        He replied, “At first, very slowly. And then, very quickly.”

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    • AM show is a pensioner and beneficiary hang-out.
      (Who else has time for daytime tv?)
      No change isn’t really that surprising.
      If there was another option ‘Has your income increased’ it would have been well subscribed.

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    • Meanwhile in aya-tee ya-rower: Jacinderella will avoid her advisors, chat with some of her mates overseas, and do what pleases the UN.

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      • In addition she will visit a daycare centre to get a second opinion. If no one is there she can ask the man mowing the lawns.

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        • Except there is no one mowing lawns at the moment. so that means she can decide on her own, and believe me that will not be good. After watching the spin coming out of her mouth this morning on TV3 it was sad too say the least.Platitudes abound. like she spent all Easter practicing her lines.

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      • Harvey…
        Cactus Kate, I think rightly assumes that her all knowing adviser in Britain is the Ball Buggering Minister from Otaki, (apologies to Black Adder’s Bull Buggering Bishop from Bath and Wells)

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      • I wonder if one of her ‘friends’ overseas is that Ethiopian Communist that runs the W.H.O.?

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  9. Have an uplifting tale to brighten your day:

    A plane has five passengers on board: Donald Trump, the Pope, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Hillary Clinton, and a ten-year-old girl.
    The plane is about to crash and there are only four parachutes.
    Dr. Fauci said, “I need one, I have to help develop a cure for COVID19!” He straps on a parachute and jumps.
    The Pope said “I need one, I have to help spiritually guide people through the global health crisis that is COVID19!” He takes one and jumps.
    Hillary said, “I need one, I’m the smartest woman in the world.” She takes one and jumps.
    President Trump pauses for a moment, then turns to the young girl. After a deep sigh, he says tenderly, “You can have the last parachute. I’ve lived my life, yours is just beginning.”

    The girl replies, “Don’t worry, there are two parachutes left. The smartest woman in the world is wearing my bookbag.”

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  10. Professor calls for more transparency in reporting of rural Covid-19 statistics

    A public health professor says releasing Covid-19 testing and infection statistics by local authorities, rather than by district health boards, would be beneficial to rural communities.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/professor-calls-more-transparency-in-reporting-rural-covid-19-statistics?auto=6149113625001

    “We want local reporting of the Covid-19 figures – both the testing and the positive tests,” Mr Lawrenson said.

    “For instance, in the Waikato we have ten local authorities in our DHB, so breaking down those figures by local authority and making those figures public is something we think is important to do.”

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  11. Coronavirus: Government must ‘think outside the square’ to get Kiwis back into jobs, says Winston Peters
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-government-must-think-outside-the-square-to-get-kiwis-back-into-jobs-says-winston-peters.html

    The Government will have to “think laterally” to get Kiwis who lost jobs due to the coronavirus back into the workforce, the Deputy Prime Minister says.

    Winston Peters says while some unemployed Kiwi may be able to adapt within their profession, “thinking outside the square” will be required to find most New Zealanders a place to work.

    Speaking to Magic Talk on Monday morning, Peters said finding Kiwis jobs quickly is the Government’s priority – but admitted it’s a “very, very complex” task.

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  12. The precautionary principle of reducing “harm”

    …….. police in New Haven will begin giving out clean syringes and glass pipes to drug addicts, with the goal being to keep them alive until they commit to seeking treatment. ….
    ….. came to the decision that officers are not just tasked with enforcing laws, but serving as caretakers for the community. ….

    https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/connecticut-police-to-give-out-syringes-crack-pipes-to-drug-addicts-harm-reduction-kit/

    Perhaps if they also gave out the high quality stuff too, would help? in being so kind, caring & compassionate.
    Just something else to give out as such caring compassionate governments do.
    Another dimension to “serve & protect”.

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    • I read that drug dealers have been visiting the motels where many homeless men have have been put up by the government, and have threatened the motel staff when ordered to leave.
      Ref: https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/414100/covid-19-homeless-given-motel-rooms-during-lockdown
      “Security guards have had to be put in place to stop drug dealers and gangs who have tried to access them. ”

      No surprises that the dealers (gangs) are “farming” the homeless like cattle. Milking them of their welfare money in return for drugs.

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      • And is it also the man from the Government “here to help you” that is also farming/managing the problem?

        …. At the beginning of the lockdown period, NZ Drug Foundation deputy executive director of programmes Ben Birks Ang said many people in self-isolation were overdosing or having withdrawal symptoms.

        Birks-Ang said staying open about when drugs were used could help prevent an overdose. …..

        Some of these sound good, but the results will be? …..

        It will be good a good thing when those that have gone “cold turkey”, “dried out” can go fishing with the likes of Winston Peters, and mountain biking with David Clarke, and all off the government teat.

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      • Especially as the homeless now have cellphones. If you are in a motel areyou still homeless?

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      • You cannot be correct Odakyu-sen
        Te gangs tell us repeatedly that they have given up their drugging ways – particularly P. Any we believe what they tell us. //

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    • I love the precautionary principle – particularly the way the lunatic left apply it.

      Fair application for a lunatic leftist: “We have to stay in lockdown for 20 years, it’s worth it even if it only saves one life”

      Doesn’t apply according to lunatic leftists: “Even though evidence from around the world proves that it will save lives, we can’t stop muslim immigration”

      There will be lives lost as a result of the lockdown, almost certainly more than if there was none at all. There will be more domestic violence, there is almost certainly more alcohol abuse, there will be further drug and alcohol abuse related illness and deaths as a result of the after-effects of the lockdown. There will be an increase in loss of life due to suicide as a result of people being unable to cope with the cliff-face economic collapse. Deaths from cold will increase as people struggle to pay their heating bills as they sharply increase to offset lost revenue and increased taxes. Further economic hardship will be created as those with capital flee NZ’s communist tax, tax, tax business environment. None of these factors (and many more) are being factored into the cheque-book balancing that we pay our politicians to do.

      We’re being government by simpletons! MMP supporters take note!

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    • Serve & protect is changing for the police, as it would then seem that they are helping customers.

      …… instead of writing a ticket, officers will now have the option of issuing drivers a voucher from the Lights On! program — financed by the nonprofit group MicroGrants, which partners with local organizations to promote economic self-sufficiency among lower income residents, according to its website.
      The vouchers can be redeemed at participating auto shops to cover the costs of services such as replacing a bulb from a rear taillight. ……

      https://www.startribune.com/minneapolis-police-to-no-longer-ticket-for-equipment-violations-under-new-policy/567406922/

      Seems to be the police are to become “Service providers”, but from who is the money coming from which finances that nonprofit group? hmmm.

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  13. How the “stimulus package” works:

    It is a slow day in the small Saskatchewan town of Pumphandle, and streets are deserted. Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody is living on credit.
    A tourist visiting the area drives through town, stops at the motel, and lays a $100 bill on the desk saying he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs to pick one for the night. As soon as he walks upstairs, the motel owner grabs the bill and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher.
    The butcher takes the $100 and runs down the street to retire his debt to the pig farmer.
    The pig farmer takes the $100 and heads off to pay his bill to his supplier, the Co-op.
    The guy at the Co-op takes the $100 and runs to pay his debt to the local prostitute, who has also been facing hard times and has had to offer her “services” on credit.
    The hooker rushes to the hotel and pays off her room bill with the hotel owner.
    The hotel proprietor then places the $100 back on the counter so the traveler will not suspect anything.
    At that moment the traveler comes down the stairs, states that the rooms are not satisfactory, picks up the $100 bill and leaves. No one produced anything. No one earned anything…
    However, the whole town is now out of debt and now looks to the future with a lot more optimism.

    And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how a Stimulus package works.

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  14. Looking at the photo of Peters fishing. Reminds me of a statue my granny has in her garden.

    A gnome with a fishing rod. Pity he is not wearing a red hat…..

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    • Might not even be him ffs and anyway so what, if i was allowed to go to my bach i could do the same thing, except I don’t fish. Some rules defy reason but they do have to be blanket rules. People will aways try to circumvent anyway.

      I am not sure that I don’t think he should at least be in AKL though and accessible.

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      • It was Peters fishing. He was on Magic Radio this morning with Peter Williams who asked him about breaching the lockdown? No says Peters, fishing off the end of your own property is definitely not breaching the intended lockdown. The coastguard will not need to be called (or words to that effect).

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    • He obviously posted the pic to get up #commsgirl’s nose with the fishing defiance. That was the obvious angle. But how many got the subtle message around the horse and lawn-mowing?

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  15. NZ’ers are no longer being fed bullshit of a “Wellbeing” budget. Gone is the COL’s constant talk that GDP isn’t important, it is “all about feelz”!!! Serious consideration of the country’s GDP is now foremost in the COL’s economic forecasting.

    Coronavirus: Assessing the economic impact of COVID-19 and preparing for Alert Level 3
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-assessing-the-economic-impact-of-covid-19-and-preparing-for-alert-level-3.html

    On Tuesday, Treasury will release scenarios looking at economic impacts under different Alert Levels, but these will not be firm forecasts.

    “Despite the uncertainty, it is becoming more likely that New Zealand will see a deeper economic contraction in the June quarter than we have seen in our recorded history,” Treasury said.

    The Employers and Manufacturing Association is calling for immediate changes to help business ride out the downturn including a return to 90-day trials, fast-tracked consenting and operating rules, looser foreign investment rules and bringing forward major infrastructure programmes.

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  16. Coronavirus: New Zealanders shouldn’t assume lockdown lifting next week – Jacinda Ardern
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-new-zealanders-shouldn-t-assume-lockdown-lifting-next-week-jacinda-ardern.html

    Speaking to The AM Show on Tuesday, Ardern said New Zealanders shouldn’t look at the falling numbers and simply assume lockdown measures will be lifted.

    “Take nothing as a given. We have made no decisions around our movements, but what I can tell you is that we won’t jump levels. We will transition through them when we come to move through them,” Ardern said.

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    • Waijpkatogurl@0923

      …Because we have now got ABSOLUTE power and the good Communists we are, there is definitely no way we are ever going to pass – up this once in a lifetime opportunity.

      We will succeed in creating a socialist utopia where all others have failed.

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        • Viking…
          To be fair, I haven’t.
          Do you remember that hand moisturiser TV add from many years ago where a woman held a large dead leaf in her hand? She applied the product to the dead leaf, rubbed it in and low and behold, the leaf returned to full turgidity and she was able to crumple it up in her hand without it disintegrating.

          We had some blackened bananas here up until yesterday, but they have since been turned into cake. The testing of this banana rejuvenation process will have to wait. Have you tried it, and I don’t mean that as a smart arse question?

          I have an open mind about these sort of things but I have a some basic biology knowledge to know that the hand moisturiser add was BS without trying it for myself.

          Here is what someone who did try it says:

          “What conclusions did we draw from our investigation? We actually did try this ourselves in the office, and were left with nothing but a still-rotten banana. Perhaps unsurprisingly, we simply have another case of the internet leading us up the garden path for reasons that only the individuals coming up with this rubbish will know.

          You can’t revive a rotten banana. This leaves us with two hypotheses – by placing the banana in the fridge, the banana flesh is preserved but the skin goes brown (which is what we’re seeing in this video). Placing the banana in the rice removes moisture from the skin, and gently heating the banana back to a normal temperature may reverse the effects of cooling on the skin, restoring the color.”

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        • Easy clue:
          Browning of Banana skin is a chemical process…. (not reversible)

          The Chap tries some Physical processes ( moisture removal/ add heat)…
          They’re not going to reverse the enzymatic breakdown of a plant pigment.

          But as anyone who isn’t a spoilt rich kid knows… a brown/black-skinned banana can still contain a perfectly fine, firm flesh.

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    • Ha… much too much like hard work.

      The eldest daughter became dairy-intolerant for about 1 year after taking some strong anti-biotics….

      What to do for Xmas dessert, then? (creamy, custardy trifle has always been a must-have)

      The Chef daughter told me to save a bunch of old bananas (black/brown skin) and shove them in the freezer until Xmas then defrost them … and make vegan icecream.

      Which is basically frozen pureed ripe banana… (add any flavourings).
      https://detoxinista.com/peanut-butter-banana-ice-cream-dairy-free-vegan/

      It’s edible (I think we fooled the hubby that it really was banana icecream).

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  17. There is talk President Trump will sack Dr Fauci. He should my view. You will not see this in NZ MSM but people are posting his previous comments to prove he is lying.

    This is what he said over the Easter weekend :

    “ Fauci said he told the administration “we were in real trouble” from the COVID-19 Chinese coronavirus in mid to late January and that Trump’s travel bans were instituted too late to be effective. Earlier on Sunday Fauci told CNN that lives were lost because Trump didn’t heed his advice for social distancing and lockdowns in February.”

    But this is what he said on February 29 :

    TODAY SHOW: So Dr. Fauci, it’s Saturday morning in America, people are waking up right now with real concerns about this; they want to go to malls, and movies, maybe the gym, as well. Should we be changing our habits, and if so, how?
    FAUCI: No. Right now at this moment, there is no need to change anything that you’re doing on a day-by-day basis. Right now the risk is still low, but this could change. I’ve said that many times, even on this program. You got watch out, because although the risk is low now, you don’t need to change anything you’re doing. When you start to see community spread, this could change, and force you to become much more attentive to doing things that would protect you from, spread.”

    NB This is just one of his statements that proves he was lying over the weekend. There are many more.

    The guy is just another political shrill playing politics, spending all his time on TV but he is not clever enough to know the Internet keeps track.

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    • Rossq2

      The good Dr, has long ties to Bill Gates et all, the Bill Gates who is a pro-eugenics advocate ( some would suggest meglomanuac), and who’s weapon of choice is vaccines. Gates has an extremely dubious record of damaging human life in India and other underdeveloped countries through use of said vaccines! That is who the good doctor has had long associations with, and as a result he will inevitably advocate for injections for all Americabs. A ‘Universal cure’ if you will. Should that happen and deaths and significant injuries start to appear as a result, guess is fault it will be? Clue it won’t be Bill Gates or the good Dr.

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  18. A different view on the virus is developing.

    https://archive.is/ONUmi

    Even the “stuck in the mud” bureaucrats (not to be confused with the front line medicos) in the UK NHS have agreed to trial using hydroxychloroquine now. Did Boris use it ???

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    • Ask Cindy. You can bet she asked Nurse Jenny about this when she weedled her way into the conversation on facebook.
      No show without stooopid.

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      • When I first heard the ‘Nurse Jenny’ story I thought it was awesome.
        Now Jacinda has made it ‘all about me’ the whole tale makes my stomach churn.
        Amazing how many comments there are on stories telling Jacinda to butt out and stop trying to steal the Nurse’s thunder…

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    • From R12’s link (which to my mind makes more sense than 98% of the scientific & medical drivel to date):

      …….”backed up by a few previously little-known studies that we’ve had it all wrong the whole time. Well, a few had some things eerily correct (cough Trump cough), especially with Hydroxychloroquine with Azithromicin”……

      It forced me to recall Trumps words in 2016:

      …….”We gonna win so much you may even get tired of winning and you’ll say please, please Mr. president, It’s too much winning! We can’t take it anymore!”…….

      But our pitiful media & birdbath shallow political fools deride the man!

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  19. A young warrior decided to go walk-about in the woods. He hadn’t gone far when he came across a beautiful young squaw and decided to rest a while. When enough days had gone by, he felt the wanderlust again. But before he left, he went out and killed a roebuck, skinned it, tanned its hide, and gave it to the squaw as a token of his appreciation. He then went on his merry way. Nine months later the squaw gave birth to a beautiful, bouncing baby boy whom she wrapped in the deer hide.
    Meanwhile, the warrior continued on his way until he came across another lovely squaw who persuaded him to tarry a while. But of course, the wanderlust eventually took over him, and it was time to leave. But not before he had killed another buck and presented its hide to the squaw as a token of his appreciation. Sure enough, the squaw nine months later gave birth to a bouncing baby boy whom she wrapped in the deer hide.
    The warrior continued on his way, and met up with a third squaw, with whom he spent some time. This one was very special indeed, and when it was time for the warrior to leave, he went out and hunted down a hippopotamus, killed it, skinned it and tanned its hide. He gave it to the squaw, who nine months later gave birth to twin boys, whom she wrapped in the hippopotamus hide.
    Which just goes to show that Pythagoras was right:
    The sons of the squaw on the hippopotamus hide were equal to the sum of the sons of the squaws on the other two hides.

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    • Capricorn….I’m sorry mate, I can’t bring myself to open your link. I’d rather go and sit in a puddle.

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      • I saw it on stuffed or the ferald.
        I think it’s telling!
        Comrades mum doesn’t like Jethro. Only one cup of drink!
        But then again, Jethro maybe up feeding the baby, you know been the stay at home dad and all. Been up for hours and letting Comrade sleep in!
        You would think that mum would use an insulated cup to keep it warm!
        A nice cup of tea and a piece of cake for the Princess’s breakie!
        So you have to ask who was copying off the other, the ferald or facebook?

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        • A better question is who cares but maybe mum, the fisherman & the rugrat are living in a separate ‘bubble’ to our saccharine leader. 🙂

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      • Ardern needs stop this “I am a kind person” and make decisions based on fact. Taking advice from friends overseas just proves she does not have a clue what’s going on.

        I am surrounded by business associates who are in serious financial strife and I do not need to know about how kind her relations are by leaving food outside her door.

        FFS it’s not fucking play school.

        She must step aside and let the experts take over.

        We need an adult to be in charge.

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    • But, but, Jethro said he was delivering her lunch everyday so she got something healthy to eat.
      Mind you, that was after he made an ass of himself by announcing he was off for a fish.
      Making an ass of himself seems to be his superpower.

      Mind you, Mum looks like she needs to lift her game.
      Our school sent out pictures of a healthy lunchbox, and it cost me a fortune on exotic fruits, pistachios and pecans. A miniature banana that is ripe-adjacent, a muffin and a handful of Easter eggs won’t impress the food nazis.
      No wonder SLG looks so haggard.

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    • Next easter, maybe?
      I think they are like polling companies, pluck shit out of their arse and fling it!

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  20. Steven Joyce appears to be uncovering the lie – in his own very under-stated fashion

    Is there any sane person who wouldn’t prefer it if Steven Joyce was still government’s Mr Fixit and heading the response to Chinese Virus? (please note I did say “sane”)

    Well it appears that stoopid Cindy is being stupid after all. And the lyin’ leader appears also to have been lying.

    Steven Joyce has put out an interesting post about testing and it doesn’t look good for the government. Firstly, the Ministry of Health tried to cover this up by not releasing the data under the OIA until May (not a good look for the most open and transparent government evah!) and the Ombudsman had to be involved to release the info.

    He’s asking the sort of questions that a grown-up Minister would ask. The data seems to show that the increases in number of infections is proportionate to the number of tests carried out (funny that). Also it seems we’ve been lied to about how much testing has been done – in the initial period there were never more than 6 tests per day! Which quite frankly is staggeringly low.

    I doubt the lying Pravda outlets will cover this – but this is very, very disturbing.

    When you combine this with medical research which suggests 50% of cases have NO SYMPTOMS – then we’re looking at a global scale cluster-fuck up. The mortality rate is in reality the same or less than the bloody ‘flu and we’ve all done China’s work for them by destroying the global economy. (Yes that was from CNN – so even David Farrar would look at it)

    We’re watching the decline of western civilisation. We are living in the ruins – the decay is just starting.

    Anyway – why the bloody hell isn’t Joyce’s skills being used?

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    • ……”Also it seems we’ve been lied to about how much testing has been done – in the initial period there were never more than 6 tests per day! Which quite frankly is staggeringly low”……

      Perhaps it never mattered how many tests were done because it seems there is no test specific to Covid-19.

      All the current test shows is if someone has a cold. (the common cold is caused by a coronavirus)

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    • I went and had look at the Joyce piece on Linked IN. Interesting stuff. In response to one of the comments I put in my now usual rave about reporting positives as a percentage of tests done instead of just the basic number because the number tests/day is changing.
      A bureaucrat replied and said this figure is calculated and it has been consistently around 1% (but it is not picked by the stupid media). Given the testing sample is skewed to only those who have travelled or showed symptoms or have come in contact with these people then we can assume if a random sample was done the number of positives would be much lower than the 1%.

      Tell me again why we are in lock down and they are struggling to work out how to get us back to normal !!

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  21. The collapse begins.

    Burger King slumps into receivership

    The parent company of Burger King in New Zealand has been placed into receivership.

    Grant Graham and Brendon Gibson of KordaMentha were appointed receivers for the business.

    Burger King restaurants have been closed as part of the level four lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Gibson said this has had a significant impact on the business in New Zealand.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12324626

    the only winners are the lawyers and accountants.

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    • BK has been re-arranging the deck chairs for several years.
      This will surprise no one. Pity. On the rare occasions I eat franchised fast foods I thought BK to be better than McDs – which is neither fast nor food.

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  22. Better pray that we don’t get 22 or more new cases in NZ today, or that may suggest a new wavelet and will give an excuse to those who would want to continue the lockdown (as NSW has done).

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  23. Why are there clusters of corona virus in old folks homes?
    Could it be that the children/grandkids have been living overseas for sometime and the first thing they do is go hug an oldie when they get home?
    Then once in, passed on due to frailty and close living etc?

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    • I’d hazard a guess it’s because we have a lot of new immigrants working in aged care & quite a few of them will have returned recently from holidays in their homelands.

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    • I don’t think so…
      most of the retirement villages put their inmates into lock-down long before the general public did.
      Ones around Gizzy were telling family that ordinary visits were out.
      Those who must visit (neighbour has a dying parent in one of the local villages) has to keep to her mother’s room.

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    • That situation has all gone terribly quiet hasn’t it?
      I strongly suspect the taxpayer has been bent over and rogered senseless on the quiet to pay the Activist rabble off…And our media (frightened for their jobs) are too terrified to even ask the question..

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  24. Journalists are eating each other!
    Article in the ferald how someone in media works office on the weekend may have corona virus, so they did a spring clean.
    200 people from NZME get the chop as well!

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  25. Alice in Liberalland: An Iridescent Dream of Alt-Leftism

    Overview
    Just when you thought your cognitive dissonance was healing…

    Come to a journey to Liberalland, where the best intentions are justified by any means, The logical absurdity of Socialism, Progressivism, and a few other -ism’s piled on, have built a city where the city government leans so far left it has to be propped up to keep from falling over.

    Alice remains sane, through all this, while retaining her naivete’ (also known as gullibility) and we follow her (respectably, not stalking) through her adventures after she wished one progressive wish too many…

    Excerpt:

    “”Oh dear!”” cried Alice impatiently, as she sat rocking in her chair, listening to the pattering of the rain upon the roof of the veranda. “”I do wish there was something to do, or somebody to do, or somewhere to go. The Gov’ment ought to provide covered playgrounds for children on wet days. It wouldn’t cost much, to put a glass cover on the Park!””

    “”A very good, idea! I’ll make a note of that,”” said a squeaky little voice at her side…

    https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/alice-in-liberalland-richard-saunders/1127126765?ean=9781387187416

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  26. Have the supermarkets been rorting the lockdown for Corona virus.
    New World to donate a million bucks, to ease their pain!

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  27. Reporting from the heart land of Ngati Porou….

    At 12.50 pm (East Coast Standard Time) today, I drove to the local supermarket.
    I noted that the face mask, which has been all the rage up here for the past two weeks with customers waiting out side for their turn at the shelves, was completely absent.

    The two Iwi road check points, manned by some of Ngati Porou’s finest, were fully operational at this time yesterday.

    What of these check points today? There they were….. both gone.

    There has been an awakening…Hallelujah

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      • Nah manning the checkpoints was too similar to actual work so the usual aversions kicked in.

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      • Viking…
        You are on to it…
        It has got cold, and I’ve got the fire on tonight for the mother in law.
        I expect to see vehicles driving about with stags on the back from now on.

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  28. Yipee! Hope it’s as good as its potential.

    Paul Henry’s Rebuilding Paradise to premiere April 20 on Three
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2020/04/paul-henry-rebuilding-paradise-april-20.html

    “This show is about something very important, rebuilding paradise. The pandemic has been bloody awful, but it’s handed us an extraordinary opportunity and it’s an opportunity we’ve proved we’re up for,” says Henry.

    “In a few years, I want us to be a country that looks back and says that was a shitty time, but look how well things turned out.

    “The glass is half full. We have a fantastic foundation in New Zealand on which we can work together and build a brilliant future. What do we want New Zealand to look like in six months? In 12 months? We get to decide. What a privilege!”

    Rebuilding Paradise with Paul Henry will cover a wide range of topics such as business, global impacts on our country, moral conundrums, health, changes to human behaviour and what the future might look like.

    Henry will conduct interviews both remotely and in studio when alert levels allow.

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  29. The Climate Change Commission – the expert panel tasked with getting New Zealand carbon neutral – has written to the government asking it to apply a “climate change lens” to the post-Covid-19 spend-up.
    In a letter to Climate Change Minister James Shaw, the commission warned that locking New Zealand into a high-emissions future “will only compound today’s crisis with a future one”.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/climate-news/120969030/climate-change-commission-warns-dont-compound-covid19-with-climate-crisis?cid=facebook.post&fbclid=IwAR24-_-Zk691eA8-oru9NSzHC6qxdQXx7XEPxLZNq3wIq3SD17sf7VHZ7VU

    Where did they find this turkey. Oh that’s right he is a Chancellor of a failg uni and Cahirman of the rbnz committee that is supposed to look over our bank.
    Needs sending out to pasture in a bovis farm.

    Carr said work on the budget had to press on, despite it being harder than usual to model how people would act in the future. Petrol prices have fallen, and spending is down, and the length of those impacts isn’t yet clear.

    “We can’t stop the clock on climate change just because it’s become a little harder,” he said. ”
    We don’t to want to lose our gravy train to our hip pocket.

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    • I am sure they would have been relieved, ands I am an oldie, I have no wish to live with dementia of any kind and would be quite happy to leave this life if it were me.

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  30. Sounds like the COL will allow only approved industries to reopen when they lower the lockdown level 4 down to level 3.

    Coronavirus: Grant Robertson hints at construction workforce coming back during alert level 3
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-grant-robertson-hints-at-construction-workforce-coming-back-during-alert-level-3.html

    The Government has spent around $9 billion so far subsidising the wages of employees during the lockdown to protect the jobs of more than a million workers.

    National MP Paul Goldsmith said if New Zealand followed Australia’s lead, construction workers could have continued working if they had been given the chance to show how they could demonstrate physical distancing and follow best practice.

    “I’ll argue that level 4 is doing exactly what we wanted it to do for New Zealand and for New Zealanders,” Robertson replied. “I feel like the clarity around what we’ve done has worked well for us.”

    Robertson said construction is an industry the Government has been “working closely with” to determine what “safe economic activity looks like for them” in a level 3 and a level 2 framework.

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    • ”The Government has spent around $9 billion so far subsidising the wages of employees during the lockdown to protect the jobs of more than a million workers.”

      It’s economic sience fiction.
      How long can the government burn money to maintain the orbit of the HMS New Zealand around Black Hole Covid-19 in the heart of the Cluster-F@@k Nebula before we spiral in and cross over the economic event horizon?

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    • Bb, I had to look up “punisher pin”. Worn by US police officers. Sean comes from a family of police and was himself briefly an officer.

      Found this one championing President Trump 👏

      https://republicanlegion.com/product/punisher-trump-lapel-pin/
      President Trump has been offending snowflakes and dropping the hammer on leftwing nut jobs since 2016. But that’s only the tip of the Trump iceberg. He’s also crippled the Clinton Crime Family, eliminated croneyism, lowered taxes and unemployment, uncovered Democrat collusion with Russia, called out Fake News, and exposed voter Fraud! Punisher Trump is not afraid of confrontation and he takes …

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  31. Almost $9 billion has been paid out overall for the Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme for 1.4 million employees, the Finance Minister said today.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/nearly-9-billion-in-wage-subsidies-paid-1-4-million-workers-across-new-zealand

    Grant Robertson told the epidemic select committee the $8.9 billion figure was at 11pm on April 9, as no further payments were paid out over the long weekend, but there would be more payments made today.

    He said of the 1.4 million employees, more than 185,000 were self employed.

    Just two days earlier on April 7, the Prime Minister said $6.6 billion had been paid out, with $1.3 billion paid on April 6 alone.

    The scheme is $585.80 per week for full-time workers and $350 for part-time workers. It is paid in a lump sum over 12 weeks. Overall, a full time worker is a total payment of $7,029.60. Businesses need to have had a 30 per cent or more decline between January to June 2020.

    The estimated cost of the wage subsidy scheme jumped in only 10 days from $5.1 billion on March 17, to an estimated cost of between $8 billion to $12 billion on March 27.

    Mr Robertson also told the select committee the mortgage deferral scheme had received 70,000 applications as of two days ago and there was “no doubt” that number would now be higher.

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  32. Quarantine is when you restrict the movement of sick people.
    Tyranny is when you restrict the movement of healthy people.

    Stupidity is when you can’t tell the difference.

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  33. I see the Surpreme Psycho has once again extended her emergency powers.

    Anyone who thinks that twisted bitch is going to hand back all our freedoms, is dreaming.

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  34. I see the Climate Commission has weighed in with a letter to the Government. Now, Rod Carr is a very nice bloke and means well but I do wish that he had refused the job (his kids pushed him into it – at least that’s what he said in an interview at the time) and had the guts to say it was a non job and a waste of time and money to even set up this absurd commission.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/climate-news/120969030/climate-change-commission-warns-dont-compound-covid19-with-climate-crisis

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  35. ACT is the only party calling out Ardern for her ineffective and destructive lockdown.

    Australia has not bought into this insanity and has less cases per capita than totalitarian NZ. A fact the media want buried.

    This lockdown is not to stop Covid-19. It is to stop capitalism and make as many people as possible dependent on the Party.

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        • That sick painting of Maggy’s reminded me of a bit of art work that my son sent me yesterday. It was a painting of three black men sitting naked on a park bench with their genitals in full view. The genitals of the man in the centre were white.

          A couple of gallery goers were looking at the painting when one of those poncey arty types wandered over and told the couple that the picture represented British colonialism and the subjugation of the African people ,,,blah blah bla etc etc

          When he had finished waffling, a second person came over and asked the pair if they wanted to know what the painting was about. They asked how would he know, and he explained that he was the artist.

          He told them that the three men were Scottish miners, and that the one in the centre had snuck off at midday to have lunch with his wife.

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  36. Paddy’s been stuck at home for 3 weeks now, wrapped in Electricians Tape.
    He’s Self Insulating.

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  37. I’m worried that if the lockdown does end at the end of next week, people will be singing Cindy’s praises as the “Saint who rescued us from the virus”.

    Can anyone allay my fears? I’d love to hear from anyone with news of widespread grumpiness at Cindy…..

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    • The electorate is a fickle beast & everything will rest on what happens on the economic front. If the job market is tits & people start losing their houses then all the idolisation she’s enjoying will vaporise.

      She’ll be shitting bricks between now & the election.

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      • Her plan is to throw money (debt) at it until after election time. These will be biggest election bribes in history.

        What many dimwits don’t understand is we will have to pay it back. She’s is effectively giving us our money.

        This is going to result in many years of misery.

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  38. In A 1st, Scientists Use Revolutionary Gene-Editing Tool To Edit Inside A Patient

    The groundbreaking procedure involved injecting the microscopic gene-editing tool into the eye of a patient blinded by a rare genetic disorder, in hopes of enabling the volunteer to see. They hope to know within weeks whether the approach is working and, if so, to know within two or three months how much vision will be restored.

    https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2020/03/04/811461486/in-a-1st-scientists-use-revolutionary-gene-editing-tool-to-edit-inside-a-patient

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  39. Horsham Downs body found. Stuff “Initial indications were the remains had been there some time.” Maybe 31 years?

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  40. The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern has made a late afternoon Public Announcement…
    “To all those citizens who have been supporting and using my ‘Dob in a Neighbour and Nark on a Mate Programme’, you have done the reich thing. Thank you”

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  41. Why, when our economy’s getting screwed so badly, have the CoL prioritised $130 million to tertiary students? And tossing round ideas of footpath widening? We’re doomed.

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      • Maybe they’re getting in the bribe now in case they have to push election out to Nov when students will have disbanded. Would be a bit obvious if they delayed the election and then showered the money.

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        • Winston said on Magic Talk this morning that the election should have been set for 21 November this year as elections should always be held in the warmer weather. It appears Cindy didn’t consult her DPM when she set the date. 😈

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    • I imagine Cam’s going be very busy between now and the election, defending the indefensible, as Winston extracts his pound of flesh.

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  42. Sons in Aussie say that unleaded petrol in W.A today was at .84 cents a litre…in Queensland it was around .90 cents.
    One said that there were over 100 boat trailers at the ramp this morning…no work and all out chasing prawns

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  43. And in other news to hand:

    Kelvin Davis is suing Quality Bakers for putting his signature on their hot cross buns without prior consent.

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  44. As I toiled away in the spinach mine today, trying hard to chip in to the overbearing mountain of taxpayer debt, I thought of those that came before us.

    Not just came before us, but fought for us no less, for nothing more, or less, than our freedom.

    Some, paid the ultimate price. Many others paid another duty. To live with the horrors.

    This ANZAC day, we will not be able to gather together en masse to show our gratitude, and our respect.

    As we remember them, lest we forget, and as we feverishly disseminate our current situation and wonder if we are looking tyranny in the eye once more, I came to ponder again on the words of Roger.

    The gunners dream:

    “Floating down, through the clouds
    Memories come rushing up to meet me now
    But in the space between the heavens
    And the corner of some foreign field
    I had a dream
    I had a dream

    Goodbye Max, goodbye Ma
    After the service, when you’re walking slowly to the car
    And the silver in her hair shines in the cold November air
    You hear the tolling bell and touch the silk in your lapel
    And as the teardrops rise to meet the comfort of the band
    You take her frail hand
    And hold on to the dream

    A place to stay, enough to eat
    Somewhere, old heroes shuffle safely down the street
    Where you can speak out loud about your doubts and fears
    And what’s more, no one ever disappears
    You never hear their standard issue kicking in your door
    You can relax on both sides of the tracks
    And maniacs don’t blow holes in bandsmen by remote control
    And everyone has recourse to the law
    And no one kills the children anymore
    No one kills the children anymore

    Night after night, going ’round and ’round my brain
    His dream is driving me insane

    In the corner of some foreign field
    The gunner sleeps tonight
    What’s done is done
    We cannot just write off his final scene
    Take heed of the dream
    Take heed”

    Did we take heed?

    Or did we stand idly by, whilst history repeated?

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  45. I see Bob Jones will be very surprised if Labour wins the election later this year.

    I agree.

    It’s going to turn to crap when the princesses lies catch up with her.

    SLG

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  46. Thanks to Mark Dice I have just discovered Cringe Panda who is another clever and precocious American girl (in the vein of Soph) who has some very good hard hitting content on Bitchute and You Tube – when she isn’t banned by YT.
    If you have watched episode 5 of Cabal Fall then take a look at this:
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/ssAu8M6F1AjS/

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  47. What a box of Beehive matches symbolize now aye?
    Much like the desire to use the traitors of our nation as wind chimes.

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  48. What do the Chinese know, and not telling the rest of world?

    Strictest quarantine in the world.
    Certainly not NZ.
    ….. Chinese cities near the border with Russia have now committed to tighten border controls and quarantine measures for new arrivals.

    Border cities such as Suifenhe and Harbin, now require all arrivals from abroad to quarantine for at least 28 days and submit to a nucleic acid and antibody tests and isolate residential units where confirmed and asymptomatic cases are found for and additional 14 days.
    https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/china-fears-second-wave-after-six-week-high-in-new-cases

    So this is after Wuhan had over 2 months lockdown.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Hubei_lockdowns
    The Chinese know what it cost them to gain control in China, and know they can not afford to repeat that again.

    It seems that the Chinese know something, like the incubation time, and the recovery times.
    Also with the asymptomatic cases, given the month then plus 14 days quarantine.

    I have long wondered why we did not go early for quarantine, as we had the camper vans etc. plus rolled out the army’s tents and control, particularly as the weather was more than passable, and did in batches of the flight arrivals.
    Yeah it would have interfered with visitors that were going to attend the anniversary of the Christchurch Shooting.

    Instead it is lock up nigh on 5 million inhabitants! and now it is of indeterminate time and essential industry etc… etc.. police direction. etc… etcc….

    Quarantine quarantine, the traveler! and note how the Chinese are doing it.

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