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  1. YSB is making a difference – how do I know?

    Well this morning when I logged in I found the YSB site was blocked.

    A moment’s investigation revealed that it was my AdBlock addon that was the problem. Which in itself is particularly weird – in all the years I’ve had AdBlock – it has never blocked a site totally! I’ve had other sites lock out my access until I de-activate AdBlock – but never once had it deny me access to a website!

    I would write and complain but I’m a freeloader to their service – although I’ve oft mused about making a contribution and felt about 1% guilty – now though, now that I know they are servants of the fascist running dogs, I am overjoyed to freeload.

    Clearly, the fascists have elevated YSB to the level of “hate speech” now – can’t have a community of like minded people having rational discussions about the erosion of freedom and the dishonesty, corruption and excesses of government and big corporates – can we?

    No that will never do!

    Keep it up YSBers – we are the resistance!

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  2. Why Stuff is fit for nothing more than wiping yer arse with

    In an absolutely deliciously un-self aware tweet, a few days back the woke little twat who edits Stuff, perfectly illustrated why Stuff is on the point of long-overdue euthanasia. To save you all patronising this pompous bearded man-child’s Twitter feed – optional here – this was his response to Sean Plunkett’s conditions for responding to Stuff’s begging bowl.

    Oh, you mean you want us to publish climate science denialism? No, we prefer accurate, evidence-based coverage that reflects the scientific consensus. Some other things we don’t debate the existence of: gravity, Covid-19, a round Earth

    For context, here was Plunkett’s initial comment “Only if you allow debate on climate change, transgender issues and general wokeness.”

    Silly little boy Patrick Crewdson gave a pitch-perfect example why all sane people loathe the modern media. In Patrick’s salty response he used the liar’s tool favoured by all 10th rate journalists of telling a lie wrapped in a little bit of truth (ie gravity is factually demonstrable, Covid19 clearly exists, the earth is spheroidal (not quite round) – but anthropogenic global warming is at best an unproven hypothesis. Three of those things are the same – one, the one little Pat was talking about – is different from the rest. It was a completely false equivalence. He told an out and out lie, to demonstrate his integrity. As I said – deliciously ironic.

    He then went on to mix up science with religion – suggesting that factual is the same as belief (ie consensus). If dumb as a bag of hammers Patrick Crewdson knew anything at all about science – he would know that consensus has no place in scientific debate. Proof is the only thing that counts and we have absolutely no proof about the apocalyptic predictions of the Climate Alarmism cult are any more accurate going forward than the abject failures they’ve been over the past 20 years.

    I suspect that Patrick, the editor who was so incompetent his legacy will be to close down Stuff, is so brainwashed that he doesn’t even have a suspicion that he is a fully developed woke-tard. To understand why Stuff, having gone woke, is now going broke – all he had to do is to look at his own tweet for the perfect problem definition.

    I imagine Stuff’s begging bowl has flooded the newsroom with deeply unpleasant and unsympathetic responses.

    Hey Patrick – you incompetent loser! We don’t hate you, we’re just hating you back!

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    • Read the rest of his Twitter. Apart from Sean Plunkett, the majority is a waggle of Wokes looking for the opportunity to fellate him.

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    • I see Cindy has promised $50m to prop up the media, especially Stuff and Nzme. No chance of influence or bias there! For that money, they could buy Stuff outright and still have plenty of change.

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  3. #commsgirl is starting to struggle to keep the facade up. Some of her ministers are forgetting their lines, and some of the friendlies in the patsy pit are starting to ask some awkward questions. She hit fallback position “I disagree” from her corner a couple of times yesterday. The availability of PPE continues to be an issue, and she continues to defend it. The flu jab distribution was a mess. The wage subsidy is being widely rorted (who didn’t see that happening). Food banks are being depleted. We’re able to count the new cases of the virus on our fingers. Testing has revealed no community transmission. It’s surfacing that the sole reason we’re still in level 4, is that their ability to contract trace is inadequate. Civilians are setting up road blocks.
    And the pain hasn’t even begun. Wait until the wage subsidy runs out. Wait until the military gets involved.

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    • Yesterday Socialist Cindy stunned me with her blatant denial to there being a problem with the supply of flu jabs. When challenged by the msm Cindy responsed by closing down the question with “I refute that”, gave the questioner ‘daggers’ and passed onto the next. Saying you “refute that” does not make it not true Cindy. Do something about the problem. I see she is now fooling her discenters by calling the ongoing flu vaccine a “rolling campaign”. Describing it as such makes it seem it is meant to take as long as it takes.

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      • A rolling campaign?
        For maximum effectiveness the flu vaccination should be given six weeks before flu season starts. In New Zealand that’s around April/May.
        It’s now almost the end of April and we don’t have our population jabbed.
        That is a failure to deliver – again.
        How many GPS, Pharmacists, Customers does it take to get that stupid bitch we overpay to wake up see the problem?

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        • It’s not as if the flu vaccine isn’t an annual event. How incompetent do you have to be to stuff up something you repeat over and over and over and over…. 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

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  4. Barry Soper on COVID -19 , Coronavirus:
    It’s absurb to suggest that Simon Bridge’s lockdown criticisms is politicking , who are they kidding.
    ” This is not a time” for politicking was the rebuke levelled at Simon Bridges for daring to criticize.
    The Government extension of the lockdown began its fifth week today.
    In case you have forgotten the Election is just five months away.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=12326832
    Simon has undoubtedly done many things wrong but this was not one of them and this orchestrated attack on him whilst doing his job should be applauded but no the media have turned this into a witch hunt because they also want Judith Collins as the next National Leader so they can use all the dirt they have on her leading in to the 2020 General Election and make sure Jacinda Ardern is returned as Prime Minister.

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    • National only have themselves to blame. They chose him as leader when the wider electorate suggested otherwise and have continued on with the non-performance since. Remember when English said “we are the most powerful opposition yet and will hold this government to account”? How’s that worked out? Completely out classed by a one man band in parliament..

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  5. UN warns of ‘biblical’ famines of a quarter of a billion people as coronavirus threatens to leave three dozen nations starving

    The bleak warning came on Tuesday as deaths from the virus surpassed 174,000 worldwide, with governments anxiously trying to chart a path out of the unprecedented global health and economic emergency.

    One World Food Programme director warned ‘widespread famines of biblical proportions’ could force millions in already vulnerable countries into starvation due to the global crisis.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8239619/UN-warns-biblical-famines-coronavirus-threatens-leave-three-dozen-nations-starving.html

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    • Don’t the “globalists” want a smaller population?

      Lots of retired elderly dying, therefore young working people must starve? Where’s the sense in that?

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    • I’m not sure why the world should run out of food because of a virus. Guess it’s the UN just trying to get headlines and sympathy so governments will still feel obligated to fund the useless tossers.

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      • It’s not the CCP virus, this has been coming for ages. Check out Ice Age Farmer’s channel on YT or here:
        http://www.iceagefarmer.com/
        Christian has been warning about what is coming for all of the 18 months or so I have been watching his videos.

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    • Ice Age Farmer has been warning about this for at least 18 months. Now with this CCP virus the UN is finally waking up? What a shock.

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    • Probably not that relevant but a quick glance at food production in NZ reveals we are nett importers of some foods ( for example pork).
      Another search will tell you of the huge decline in livestock numbers ( sheep and beef) as viticulture and forestry take over pastoral ,small seeds and cropping lands.
      NZ is not without risk

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  6. Nova Scotia shooting: death toll rises to 22 as more victims identified

    Police in Canada have updated the death toll of the country’s worst mass shooting to 22, as more victims from the gun rampage in Nova Scotia were publicly identified.

    The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) had previously warned the death toll would increase as investigators combed through several homes intentionally set ablaze by the gunman in a 12-hour rampage that started late on Saturday in the town of Portapique. On Tuesday, 16 separate crime scenes were being examined across the province.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/21/nova-scotia-shooting-death-toll-canada

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      • Nova Scotia is like New Zealand in many ways. Quite sleepy.
        A lot of the commenters on blogs, are awake enough to see the similarities between the event at Portapique and .ChCh.
        Too many coincidences.
        It’s all about gun control.
        Trudeau will send out the troops to confiscate firearms and of course, Ardern will follow suit.
        The gunman was a white stale male. Same M.O.
        Name. Gabriel Wortman.
        Age. 42
        Occupation. Denturist
        His hobbies included doing up obsolete RCMP patrol cars.
        He used one of those cars and dressed as a policeman to set up his victims.

        Early on in the rampage the media put out a request for sightings of said car.

        An image showing the bogus police car used by the suspected gunman
        https://news.sky.com/story/canada-at-least-13-people-killed-after-mass-shooting-in-nova-scotia-11975680

        The registration number (circled with an arrow pointing to it) is interesting.

        People typed that random rego no. into their computers.

        I suggest you look at the company Creative Biolabs.

        No coincidences.

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        • Of course it is about gun control.
          I am surprised you did not have it in your 7.34am post.
          It is ALL about that.
          Same as NZ last year.

          People are getting antsy and the protests in Hong Kong and France had been running for more than a year.
          This is all combined with proven East German tactics. Stasi patrols, dob in your neighbour, complete control of official media lies.
          We are here.
          This is now.

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  7. I keep hearing that our Prime Minister is the best around and maybe a lesson to all other Leaders around the World. Well I take issue with these statements as to read speech scripts written for you by others to address the public is not brilliance and using your drama lessons from school to address disasters is as false as anyone could imagine. Giving away billions of taxpayers money to address our economy helping many when we have a pandemic was needed , but to leave us in lockdown to achieve eradication and con NZ er’s that you can is more about you than greatness, it shows your prepared to let our children and their children with possible moe pay for your mistakes over many years. We need Leadership right now not dribble and moved out of lockdown,not the political games you want to play to help you and the Labour Party get re-elected.

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    • She’s got to milk the health response for as long as she can. Because she’s going to be burning Brownie points at the speed of light once the economic genie is out of the box.

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      • Is that right? Going on my experience, women have a unlimited number of brownie points that never get used. Whereas us males transgress just once and they disappear like they weren’t even there.

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        • Wait until there’s widespread economic pain. Then even the halfwitted women who currently worship her will give her the status of an honorary male.

          Females are fickle friends to each other.

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          • nasska ,In my experience women are very critical of each other and its normally graded like this , the more beautiful you are the less intelligent you are and are open to criticism and the green envy of the less beautiful specimens.
            just recently We had a 50th birthday party and there were about eight of my Mrs’s friends sitting around a bbq table when a very attractive lady came into the yard ,both myself and the guy I was talking to noticed the looks on the ladies seated around the table changed near instantly, very strange behaviour because none of them had ever met her.
            I asked my Mrs about it later and she blamed the men ,”every one of your mates was ogling her like she was a porn star”
            That poor woman ,being beautiful at 45 /50 must be a bigger burden than being beautiful at 20 when most of the other people around you are still slim and beautiful as well ,LOL.

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            • I always find it interesting that most woman always know exactly what a porn star looks like. They also know exactly how we look at things, and especially know the difference between looking and ogling. Really inciteful beings these woman, knowing exactly what our eyes and minds perceive….

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              • So Barack Obama and Donald Trump somehow ended up at the same barber shop…

                As they sat there, each being worked on by a different barber, not a word was spoken. The barbers were both afraid to start a conversation, for fear that it would turn nasty. As the barbers finished their shaves in silence, the one who had Trump in his chair reached for the aftershave. But Donald was quick to stop him, jokingly saying,
                “No thanks. My wife, Melania, will smell that and think I’ve been in a brothel.”
                The second barber turned to Barack and said, “How about you, Mr. Obama ?”
                Barack replied, “Go right ahead, my wife Michelle doesn’t know what the inside of a brothel smells like.”

                Look at the headline photo, I think he would know more about brothels that Trump

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              • “Don’t try to understand Women. Women understand Women, and they hate each other”. — Al Bundy (Great American philosopher and shoe saleman)

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    • People don’t see the pain yet. Those who are about to lose their jobs are taking their annual leave. There are payments coming from the government. All that dries up 12 to 16 weeks after lockdown started. Then the pain will start.

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    • Attended a social hour yesterday where we had legal spacing.

      We happened to discuss Cindy and her boyfriend Jethro. It was very
      appropriate to hear Cindy being referred to as Elly May. The dumb blonde from the Clampett family.

      It was noted she was getting snippy with the questions yesterday and gave her Dracula look to the unfortunate person asking questions.

      It was generally agreed that by June / July she will have lost the plot as by then the media will have become tired of her double speak.

      I’m looking forward to this.

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      • I’m not so sure. From what I have seen passing for journalism recently I’ve come to the conclusion that there are people out there who are actually dumber than our Cindy. How they remember to breathe is another question.

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  8. I have just watched the new film, “Planet of the Humans,” by Jeff Gibbs and Michael Moore. I have a strong dislike for Moore and his anti gun rubbish and Trump hating nonsense but this film is an absolute masterpiece, a tour de force that will probably see him rapidly un-personed by leftists and those with a financial stake in the monstrous green scam which he so powerfully exposes. I highly recommend that you take the time to watch it and share it with all your contacts but if you can’t bring yourself to watch the whole thing just watch the last few minutes from 1:29:00, absolutely heartbreaking.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk11vI-7czE

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    • That is very good, Alice. I’ve only just started, but really enjoying it. That moment when they’re explaining coal in EVs around 14 minutes in is brilliant.

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    • Our minds have been manipulated to give power to illusions

      What a powerful statement that describes the delusion of the Woke so well. There are some broad assumptions and statements made in places, but the general video is so well done. Thank you again, Alice.

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      • I found the closing statement from 1:29:00 with those shots of the orangutan one of the most heart rending things I have ever seen on film.

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        • Alice. Thank you for posting.
          I think one of the most disturbing aspects was animal fat being used for bio fuel and Jeff asks the audience “What will they use when the animals run out?”

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    • Just watched the film. Thanks for posting Alice. Everyone, including school child and young people should watch that thought provoking documentary. It rips the glitter cover off the hypocrisy of the fake green movement propaganda we have all been fed over the past 50 years. Always follow the money.

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  9. I think we must all sign up for Facebook and for Twitter. To be there supporting the ideas and thoughts we believe in; to debate those trying to shut down alternative perspectives.

    It shouldn’t be just Sean Plunkett debating with Patrick Crewson. It should be every, single one of us. The hearts on Sean’s comments should be in the thousands. Every single time a fucking idiot posts about how Jacinda Ardern is saving us, they should be met with a wall of facts and a fist of reason.

    Lies cannot live in the face of truth.

    And then I worry about what happens to my family. I’ve become very outspoken during this crisis on social media and it’s impacting on Mama Bear. The woke have so much control over our society, that the office admin lady is no longer giving her referrals because she disagrees with my viewpoint. She gives them to the people who happily and unquestioningly follow Jacinda. The agents that re-post about sharing feijoas and being kind, but who will call 105 if they see two neighbours sharing a glass of wine and chatting across the fence.

    I feel like I’m starting to lose. How does David Seymour manage to be the 1 voice of reason against a howling gale of gibbering, shit-flinging monkeys? Day after day?

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    • Ha know the feeling. Been told my harrasing the shitperts and wokes isn’t good for business.
      My reply , any publicity is better than none.
      Now I can give two examples of where businesses have increased their sales by lots after ad verse publicity on Fair Go.
      Anyone remember Mrs Quik Family Pies. Most years Fair go would have a go. Everytime the sales went up for wwghat was really piss poor product.

      Called name recognition. People don’t remember why they remember your name when you have something the want, need etc..
      Funny that.

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      • I only ever saw that Fair Go in the 1980s a few times.
        Perhaps the greatest misnomer in television.

        I think it was that Irish twat Brian ‘ban libraries they give out free books’ Edwards and a fat chick.

        Of the three actual businesses I knew of they did a false hit job.
        They used taxpayers funds to try to break private enterprise.
        Guttersnipes.

        Now in 2020 we have Govt employees with full pay and complete job security while in the private sector…

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    • For sport, I participated in a FB discussion about the cruise ship that went around infecting people in NZ.
      There was huge participation from the Labour trolls who wanted that shut down and buried.
      I picked one with a history of activism in muddy matters who said it was old news and no longer relevant and said I have the same view of the ToW. A mistake happened, all a long time ago, forget it and move on.
      No reply. Not surprised.

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  10. The Closing of 21 Million Cell Phone Accounts in China May Suggest a High CCP Virus Death Toll

    Over 21 million cell phone accounts in China were canceled in the past three months while 840,000 landlines were closed, Beijing authorities announced on March 19. Deaths due to the CCP virus may have contributed to the number of account closings.

    China introduced mandatory facial scans on Dec. 1, 2019 to confirm the identity of the person who registered the phone. As early as Sept. 1, 2010, China required all cell phone users to register the phone with their real identification (ID), by which the state can control people’s speech via its large-scale monitoring system.

    https://www.ntd.com/the-closing-of-21-million-cell-phone-accounts-in-china-may-suggest-a-high-ccp-virus-death-toll_447579.html

    “At present, we don’t know the details of the data. If only 10 percent of the cell phone accounts were closed because the users died because of the CCP virus, the death toll would be two million,” Tang concluded.

    Big Data . Interesting stuff.
    Well worth the read.

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    • What is the normal monthly rate of closure of cell phone accounts and landlines?
      If it is normal that around 20 million people per month close one cell phone account only to open another one with another carrier (if there is another carrier), then I wouldn’t read anything much into these figures.

      Context is king.

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        • Years ago I went to a sales seminar run by a Telecom Sales “expert”
          One of the comments has stuck in my mind ever since.
          You will lose 33% of your sales contacts annually to deaths, clients retiring or shifting to a new locality, or to opposition companies.
          This means that you need to find the same ratio of new clients just to maintain the same position.

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      • True that but the more imprtant bit in that article should you read it all is the total control over the population excerted over the individual by the state via their cellphones. Give cindy or Angry half a chance and we would be signed up.
        Carry on reading.

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      • Having to register their phones with their real names and addresses will be a tremendous incentive to ditch extra phones. This will probably account for a lot of the closed accounts.

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  11. Coronavirus: Mysterious Covid-19 blood-clotting complication seen in US

    “Good morning, Team Covid,” he wrote, asking for updates from the ICU team leaders working across 10 hospitals in the Emory University health system in Atlanta.

    One doctor replied that there was a strange blood problem in one of his patients.

    Despite getting anticoagulants, the patient was still developing clots in various parts of his body. A second said she’d seen something similar. And a third. Then Coopersmith’s phone blew up as every person on the text chat reported the same thing.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/121203419/coronavirus-mysterious-covid19-bloodclotting-complication-deadly?cid=facebook.post&fbclid=IwAR2dSCye5P2xYoBSTAodDvVQ999b5iiocAnv5CRv9-es7pszDf0kiDK8t3Q&fbclid=IwAR1m1x1ICyYheDLq6yvzdkXNSiC2I7CVKJUUPd7pipzo9tx5FT6xN-T_ps8&fbclid=IwAR0Kp0k9pEAdhshFFFPhMvPmN416CalvAh27wh7BzrvDVvjKZQfOwzhx2QQ

    “The problem we are having is that while we understand that there is a clot, we don’t yet understand why there is a clot,” Kaplan said. “We don’t know. And therefore, we are scared.”

    Another good read.

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  12. Autopsy data released Tuesday found two Californians died from the coronavirus weeks earlier than the first previously documented COVID-19 fatality in the U.S. on February 29.

    Public health officials in Santa Clara, CA announced on Tuesday that two of the county’s residents died at home from the virus on February 6 and February 17.

    “Samples from the two individuals were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,” the announcement said. “Today, the Medical Examiner-Coroner received confirmation from the CDC that tissue samples from both cases are positive for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).”

    Dr. Jeff Smith, a physician and chief executive of the Santa Clara government, told the LA Times that local and national data has suggested the virus could have been in California as early as December.

    https://nowthisnews.com/news/first-coronavirus-related-death-in-us-came-weeks-before-previously-thought

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  13. Not a Robbo lolly scramble or a lottery just doling out the dosh to everyone.

    Coronavirus: ‘Helicopter money’ for everyone an option to boost economy – Grant Robertson
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-helicopter-money-for-everyone-an-option-to-boost-economy-grant-robertson.html

    “Things like helicopter money, as it’s sometimes called, is part of a potential package, but obviously it’s downsides as well because… it’s not particularly targeted. There are upsides and downsides to all of these options, and that’s what we have to work through.”

    Helicopter money, a term coined by prominent economist Milton Friedman in the 1960s, is literally giving money away. The hope is people will spend it, boosting the economy.

    “Literally just cash out to poor people,” Eaqub told The AM Show. “If you give poor people money, they will spend it.”

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    • Hand out free money to poor people and they’ll spend it alright.
      Check out the posts on FB – dey all busting for da kFry and da BK.
      No BK sux (and they’d believe it was all John Key’s fault if you told them that)

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    • Friedman vs Keynes with a socialist ,sorry communist political regime?

      Would be great to see a plan with some consistency or principles other than Just dumb expediency,!.

      Catchup does not work—ever.

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  14. Melbourne crash: Four Victoria Police officers killed by truck on Eastern Freeway
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/04/melbourne-crash-four-victoria-police-officers-killed-by-truck-on-eastern-freeway.html

    Four police officers have been killed on a Melbourne freeway when a truck ploughed into their vehicles after they pulled over a Porsche 911 driver on Wednesday night.

    The Porsche driver had been pulled over by two Victoria Police officers at roughly 5:40pm (local time) for travelling at an excessive speed while entering the Eastern Freeway near Kew.

    Shortly after the arrival of a second police car, it’s understood that a semi-truck veered off the freeway and ploughed into the two vehicles and the Porsche.

    Two senior constables, male and female, and two other constables were killed at the scene.

    The driver of the Porsche is believed to be uninjured and fled the scene of the crash on foot.

    Commissioner Ashton told reporters that he “strongly suggests” the man hands himself in to the nearest police station.

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    • Some thoughts.
      – Toxicology report on the truck driver?
      – Did the police follow proper safety procedure (like posting a lookout for oncoming traffic)?
      – Was the place they stopped the Porche a risky location (due to a curve in the road or other visibility impairments?)
      – How many officers does it take to stop a car for a routine speeding infingement?
      – Was the Porsche stolen?

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      • Tough shit for those Victorian Police. I, as most, had all the respect in the world for police. My brother was a policeman and my ex brother in law was an area commander in Auckland. Different story now. Once upon a time I would have, and have stepped in to help coppers getting the shit beaten out of them. Not any more.

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  15. Health Minister grilled over distribution of flu vaccines, ‘disconnect’ between Govt and health industries

    Health Minister Dr David Clark has been grilled this morning over the Government’s distribution “disconnect” with frontline health workers after the New Zealand Medical Association said yesterday some Kiwis couldn’t get flu vaccines for 10 days.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/health-minister-grilled-over-distribution-flu-vaccines-disconnect-between-govt-and-industries?auto=6151402751001

    While with the committee, Ms Baddock said her practice had over 4000 patients who needed vaccinations that couldn’t get them and she was concerned the same thing could happen if or when New Zealand gets a Covid-19 vaccine – a statement Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern “disagreed” with later that afternoon.

    Breakfast presenter Haydn Jones asked Dr Clark if there was a disconnect between the Beehive and those on the medical front line.

    Dr Clark said it was a difficult time for Government.

    “I think there had been some huge challenges previously with the distribution of the flu vaccine,” Dr Clark said.

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  16. It’s “prioridies” stupid. The CoL cannot fund their voting block and fund necessary lifesaving prescription drugs at the same time.

    Pharmac backtracks on plan to fund lung cancer drug Keytruda

    Pharmac has frozen plans to fund a lung cancer drug that would have helped at least 1400 patients a year, saying it can no longer afford to make the investment.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/pharmac-back-tracks-plan-fund-lung-cancer-drug-keytruda

    RNZ has obtained documents showing Pharmac had planned to offer a Request for Proposals, or RFP, where drug companies are asked to pitch their products and prices, but has put that on hold due to budget constraints.

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    • So we drag our economy onto it’s knees over what could be less than 20 deaths and Robertson talks of “helicopter” money but we stop the possible funding of a drug that could help 1400 people/yr (and possibly stop then dying from a horrible death).
      Priorities seems to be lost in the big picture here.

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      • Yep! That’s why they are all going broke and want a goverment bailout!
        Let them go broke and rebuild something that works and tells the truth?

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      • Do you really have to ask that question? However, I would have rephrased as such: “Do we really only have retards working in our media and Government”?

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        • That one heap of retards has given the other retards $50m of taxpayer debt suggests the taxpayer may be either irritated or also retards for accepting the shabby handout to continue the election bribe series.,

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  17. HHS suddenly replaces director of key agency overseeing coronavirus vaccine and drug development after reports of ‘personal disputes’ with Trump administration officials

    According to unnamed sources, STAT said Bright had personal disputes with Bob Kadlec, the HHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, which oversees BARDA.

    However, the nature of their disputes remains unclear.

    Prior to working at BARDA, Bright worked for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with research focused on influenza viruses, antiviral drugs and tests, according to his public biography on the HHS website.

    He has also served as an advisor to the World Health Organization and the United States Department of Defense.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-8242585/U-S-replaces-director-agency-overseeing-COVID-19-vaccines-drugs.html

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  18. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1252932181447630848
    “I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea.”

    In the meantime, a joint US and Australian naval exercise is ongoing in the South China Sea.
    Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9UgWLj_osQ

    I just hope that nobody on either side makes a “human error” or “communications error” and inadvertently presses the wrong button.

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  19. Hunters will be able to hunt on private land with special restrictions when New Zealand moves to COVID-19 Alert Level 3.

    Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson and Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage announced have announced the new rules today, but says hunting is still banned on public conservation land.

    Hunting has not been allowed since New Zealand moved to Alert Level 4, but a shift to Level 3 next Tuesday morning will mean hunters can once again hunt locally – as long as they have the landholder’s permission and stick to the rules.

    “We know that hunting is an important part of life for many New Zealanders, and in some cases a critical source of food. At Level 3 we also need to minimise the risk of losing the great progress we’ve made together in Alert Level 4 in stamping out the virus,” says Grant.

    “We have to strike a balance, and that’s why these rules are designed to allow hunting in a limited way.

    https://sunlive.co.nz/news/240532-level-3-rules-hunting-confirmed.html?fbclid=IwAR2IEz2pf09KyylFKs-DyMO2NnDlcpS4JRT1NezWHfYEjFhvEGP7QL9Nqww

    BUT and there always is one with this lot.
    “The start of the duck hunting season is being postponed from Saturday 2 May to start on the second weekend after that date that is decided for when New Zealand moves to Alert Level 2. The season will also end later.

    The ducks will wonder what the problem is.
    No one taking pot shopts at them when they should.

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      • About 85% of NZ isn’t it?
        And the first moverins have stopped any hunting in the eir area’s to presserve the hunting for the tribes.
        Pity they weren’t stopped from killing our English deer and pigs that the settlers bought for them.

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      • Because Eugene Sage is an obstructive bitch. People like her are only happy when able to flex their muscles and piss other people off.

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      • The 1080 program keeps the numbers low on doc land . But F&G don’t want private landowners poisoning their income stream.

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  20. The government’s message has been work at home if you can!
    But for everyone to work at home, it requires other people to have done some work with their hands to make something, or do something to add value to something!
    The ones that can work at home to my way of thinking are just paper shufflers and do we need you?
    You are bludging off the productivity of others. What value to you give to society?
    How do you create added value?
    Meanwhile everybody who manufacturers value, or adds value to some product is all at home with no income. The whole bloody lot!
    How long will it take for people to add value to something and be paid, once we are able to start work again?
    How long before that value reaches the paper shufflers hands again?
    Will there be a dry spell for papershufflers, once people go back to work, how long will it be?
    I think that people will be looking very closely at anything they are giving to papershufflers.
    Do they need it, can they make do, can they go without? Will they pay for it?
    Papershufflers may have long term problems!
    I think there are going to be long term work and social upheavals to follow this!
    What do you suggest for generations following to do, anything to do with coffee, restaurant, tourism, are going to be dead as a dodo at least short term. You certainly would not want some useless qualification, with no job prospect to hang like a mill stone around your neck! There is only so many government servant jobs and do the need so many, after this? Same as journalists, not everybody can work in Cindy’s office!
    Maybe the best long term solution for people are to be doing something that adds value to something, like a tradie of some description and less of the look good, feel good, wanna be occupations
    How much change will society change after this, because one thing is sure it will change!

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    • The ones that can work at home to my way of thinking are just paper shufflers and do we need you?

      I work from home and have done so for most of the last decade. I architect and lead the development of global information systems to put knowledge in the hands of business owners; to help them make intelligent decisions. And can, sometimes with only a few hours of consultancy can save a company significant amounts of money. Other times, we may be working together for a year or more 🙂

      One of my favourite examples is working with a company that imports tyres from Indonesia. They do an on-site fitting service for industrial equipment. Probably about 8 years ago now, I spent a day with them working through their dataset. I did a basic basket type analysis over their sales and one of the pieces picked up was the green recycling fee. Part of their on-site fitting service included removal of the old tires and having them recycled, but they were only charging that fee in a very small number of cases.

      It was a glaring hole in their billing that was costing them in the region of a $100 to $200k per year. Now, some of that may be goodwill to long time customers – a salesman has made an arrangement to retain business and that’s fair enough. But having visibility of that helps a company make a better decision about how to run things. If they managed to reclaim 0.01% roughly of that cost they covered my fee for the afternoon with cash left over.

      But then, while I’m a “papershuffler” I also think of myself more as a tradie. I do try to add value and to help businesses grow.

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      • I remember talking to a guy back in the 1980s when NZ was going through the “Douglas” reforms. He said he was working on a Govt Dept. consultancy job. He found out that the Govt. had warehouses full of supplies . One example was toilet paper –the bureaucrats thought they were getting a good deal by bulk buying.
        The guy said to them –fair enough but bulk buy and get the supplier to store them or give them a buying schedule for the year so they could adjust production accordingly. Then you can close and sell your warehouses. The bureaucrats took sometime to understand what he was talking about.

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    • I see the divide and conquer strategy is working well Sooty.
      Anyone who thinks they’re a cut above anyone else because they don’t get their hands dirty needs a kick up the arse, but that chip on the shoulder stuff around being the only one of value if you work with your hands is majorly misguided.
      As anyone who has a tradies business how much time they spend on the paperwork.
      They don’t do that for the good of their health.
      Can’t have one without the other.

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    • Regarding paper shuffling and working from home.
      Paper for my work almost disappeared almost 15 years ago and I work from home. A project for one client may require separate inputs from each person with their specialised knowledge and services. We rarely meet each other in person. The sum total of all our “team” efforts are use for RMA applications, ordering and scheduling assets required, design and installation and sometimes the remote operation of the infrastructure. We as a loose team try minimize errors, problem solve etc to provide the best outcome for the client. We tend not be to experts in other members area, but try to be the best at what we specialize in.
      Sometimes the “team” members change but the end goal is always the same. The team for any project could be located all over NZ. Having to meet in an office is a generally a waste of productive time. On rare occasions face to face can save time. Our common language is Autocad.
      The next challenge for traditional work and office environments is to adapt as much as possible to enable employees to work efficiently from home.
      Working from home has great benefits. Flexibility of hours, no wasted travel, more time with family, work when some inspiration occurs, interact with others almost in real time without having to get on a plane, etc etc
      Downside is you rarely get to have a few beers with your “workmates”.

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  21. Ministry of Health continuing rest home audits during COVID-19 lockdown prompting ‘huge concern’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/ministry-of-health-continuing-rest-home-audits-during-covid-19-lockdown-prompting-huge-concern.html

    Politicians were also told that rest homes often “went ahead of the ministry on some things” to try and prevent the spread of COVID-19 among the elderly.

    “We went ahead of the ministry on lockdown, we went ahead of the ministry on our 14-day isolation policy, but by and large it’s been the ministry advice that our membership has followed,” Wallace said.

    ACT leader David Seymour said it “sounds as if you feel the need to say you worked closely with [the Ministry of Heath] but in reality you were running a totally different programme and were running ahead of them”.

    Labour MP Ruth Dyson shot back at Seymour, saying: “That’s a really unfair thing to do when you’ve got a genuine submitter and then you distort his words to suit your agenda. That’s really unfair, David.”

    Seymour argued he was trying to understand how aged care facilities have made decisions during the lockdown when “it appears that the Ministry of Health advice has not been adequate” and that rest homes have “made very different decisions ahead of the ministry”.

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    • Or perhaps telling the truth that the COL was bloody late off the mark!
      How much was it the rev clarks fault?

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    • If the rest homes hadn’t jumped on the problem as quickly as they did, they’d be looking for a completely new stock of residents, and Minister Clark and his overpaid seat warmers would have shrugged off the deaths of hundreds of elderly folk as collateral damage.
      Ruth Dyson can pull her head in.

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  22. What is John Key up to with this interview ? Or is it a case of the Stuff guy just cherry picking part of a conversation as part of their attempt to under mine Bridges and is that to deflect from Ardern starting to lose it ?

    Luxon is not even an MP and so the question is stupid. If National get back to Government they are not going to roll Bridges so the chances of Luxon getting to be PM has to be at least 4-5 years into the future, at best. That time frame is probably right for him IF he is any good at politics. He has to learn the ropes first.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/121200135/john-key-describes-what-chris-luxon-would-be-like-as-prime-minister

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    • You are linking to Stuff. I will require: “I will not link to Stuff and their biased viewpoints, thus further enriching those Woke arseholes” written out in longhand 5,000 times.

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  23. More stupid woke people who seem not able to comprehend the fact that one should look out for oneself and their lives and property.

    But Doyle said the bigger issue was a failed system which did not warn residents, and authorities in Wellington who were in “a deep, deep sleep”.

    “City council is still horrendously unprepared to protect us from the kind of events we had on Wednesday.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12326622&&ref=recommended

    So you live by the sea, by an ocean that has not changed for thousands of years, that many times in the past has produced big waves and you want the Council to wipe your bum.
    You never check the weather forecast although the big swells were forecast the you have woke wankers from the insurance council assisting your inability to look after your life and assets.

    No wonder they vote for Mother Jacinda.

    “I don’t want us to be picking up bodies on the beach because the council doesn’t have systems in place to warn us.”

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    • Yep along with some others but there are other big companies that haven’t claimed.
      Like the Chinese owned milk compnies in the South OIsland and the Maori one at Taupo.
      Still processing milk but claimed the subsidy.

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    • I’ll be a voice of dissent on this one. Her reasoning seems sound to me.

      * The coup is likely a beat-up; based off a rumour.
      * National would be stupid to roll him now.
      * But it was believable because he really isn’t the right guy for the job.
      * They should consider their leadership at some stage.

      What part of that feels wrong?

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      • I have no argument with the article and like you basically agree with HDPA but it was the headline which says the opposite that caught my eye.

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      • BTW Do you think HDPA’s figures for National’s internal polling are correct or anywhere near correct?
        We have discussed this before after Hooten said something similar. To me it says ACT must be biting into National’s support because I cannot see National support going to Labour —that would have happened along time ago, but National’s public polling figures have been relatively steady in the 40-45% range for the last 2.5 years.

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  24. This is interesting. Alarmists have for years warned of the increase and severity of events such as Tornadoes as the world got warmer and warmer. However, it seems there has been an increase in large tornadoes, as the USA has experienced a rather colder winter. Greta, please pop in and explain this. Thanks Darling. Or could the fuck faces at Stuff care to enlighten us with their wisdom?

    https://watchers.news/2020/04/22/mississippi-ef4-tornado-april-2020/

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  25. Are they stupid?

    “My sister and I are in different bubbles, can we both go and visit our parents who are in their own bubble?

    No. Bubbles must stay within their immediate household bubble, but can expand this by one of two people to reconnect with close family/whānau, or bring in caregivers, or support isolated people. These people do not need to live in the same household, but must be local. Always keep your bubble exclusive, and keep it small. That means you and your sister will need to choose whose bubble expands to include your parents.”

    Does any body understand this?

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    • My 89 year old parents live in a different city from their four adult children. My sister and I live close to each other but she will not visit me as she will soon visit our parents when the level 4 lockdown is cancelled.

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    • Maybe they should have got that business brain Deborah Russell to sort out how to run their business / sarc

      But agree Maggy , total waste of money. Is this the start of Robertson’s helicopter money !!

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      • What have Radio NZ and Fairfax promised Jacinda in return for this cash?
        I think we all know the answer…

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        • The media bailout should be a $1 for $1 matching of whatever got chucked in the begging bowl by the public. That would be pretty much nothing.
          If the public don’t want it, the taxpayer shouldn’t fund it.

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    • No problem Maggy. Sounds like they have diverted the money from Pharmac funding of Keytruda.

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  26. Stole this from Farrars lefty blog.
    Simon O’Connor sums it up well in his analysis of the virus and SLG’s poor decision making with regard to closing our border.
    SLG should be sacked on that alone.

    “But mistakes were also made, most notably around introducing a quarantine. It took too long, simple as that. There are attempts already to rewrite history and make excuses for why it took so long, but the statistics clearly show that the virus’s sole vector (or avenue) into New Zealand was from overseas. To use a simple metaphor – who defends a castle by calling everyone inside yet leaves the draw bridge down? New Zealand did. To continue the metaphor, government called on everyone to come inside the castle, leave their businesses behind, lock themselves up, and prepare to defend themselves … yet did not pull up the draw bridge and close the border effectively. Nor did we sufficiently test or track those coming into the country. This should have been a priority even if imperfectly introduced. As it stood, little to nothing was done other than requesting forms to be filled out and ‘pinky promises’ made that people would follow the rules. We should learn from this.”

    See in its entirety here.
    https://www.facebook.com/notes/simon-oconnor/covid-statistics-politics-and-the-way-forward/2840410452722093/

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  27. Can someone give me the Prime Ministers email address please as I would prefer a direct contact rather than the PM deartment which might bury it.

    Thank you.

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  28. “we are internationalists.” Another name for globalists.

    Christopher Luxon would be Prime Minister with economic focus – Sir John Key
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/christopher-luxon-would-be-prime-minister-with-economic-focus-sir-john-key.html

    Asked about their similarities, Sir John said the pair had similar experiences and views on the economy.

    “We both have commercial backgrounds, both, obviously, very interested in politics. I think we are both pretty decent communicators if we need to be. We have had a similar international and domestic background in that regard,” he said.

    “We both share similar economic views. We are economically conservative, but we are internationalists. We want to see New Zealand engage with the world and trade with the world and have a harmonious, multi-cultural society operating in New Zealand.”

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    • No-one knows what “multi-cultural” actually means. They confuse it with “multi-ethnic” but the two are not the same.

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  29. If it is Nationals intention to repeat the policies they had under Key with mass immigration as a massive ponzi scheme then they haven’t learned anything.
    Reading the articles by Anne Marie Brady , (on BFD now) about the many connections with the Chinese is also very illuminating.

    I can’t see them waking up before the next election.
    .

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    • I feel a rant coming on.

      A globalist would be happy to throw his native population under the bus to boost business turnover and to inflate the price of land and other assets.

      On the other hand, when your citizens are migrating overseas permanently, as was the case in New Zealand years ago, what do you do? Do you intervene or leave it up to market forces?
      Is New Zealand a sustainable society or is it forever dependent on promotion schemes to get people to flood in from overseas? First the gold rush of the 19th Century. Then the post-war immigration drives. Then the opening up to the wealthy mainland Chinese (where did people in a communist country get so much money?)
      All result in instant prosperity, but the demographic and ethnic makeup is forever altered. Please note that I am not judging this. Who can say if it is good or bad. Only that the changes are not reversible without major civil unrest and serious sectarian conflict. (I can’t see that happening.)

      Japan has to face the same problem of the youthful life blood draining out of the provinces and flowing to the Kansai and Kanto regions (as has been the trend for decades). Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7iFZrhVKoQ Empty rural houses.

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    • Well you’ve got to admire his tenacity. Not one to let a global pandemic deviate him from his path.

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        • Being s bit facetious. The first paragraph or two seemed to be about the death threat, the rest was leadership of the National Party.

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  30. FBI Investigation Targeted Dr. Fauci But Comey Pulled the Plug

    Top U.S. scientist and research pioneer Dr. Judy Mikovits said she cooperated with the FBI during an investigation of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the National Institute of Health, alleging Fauci was a workplace tyrant who was under investigation for swiping scientific research, covering up tainted vaccines, doling out lucrative federal grants to feckless cronies and much more.

    https://truepundit.com/fbi-investigation-targeted-dr-fauci-but-comey-pulled-the-plug/

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  31. Doctor: Hundreds of COVID-19 Patients Recover With 3-Drug Regimen

    “If it was peacetime, we could spend months doing studies, let’s say for four months doing a clinical study, figuring out which bullet is the shiniest and works the best, which medication has the least side effects.” he said in an interview with NTD News. “And then we can use it. Unfortunately, we don’t have time.”

    https://www.ntd.com/doctor-hundreds-of-covid-19-patients-recover-with-3-drug-regimen_458238.html

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  32. I’ve been avoiding Social Media for a couple of days but logged on today and…
    Jesus that fucking picture of Jacinda Ardern with the ‘Halo’ that all the Lefties are sharing!

    Makes we want to fucking puke…

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  33. Here we go.
    Jacinderella is about to hijack Anzac Day.
    Has she ever attended a Dawn Service in her life?
    This year she has a date (she just paid $50m of our money for) with the media at the end of her driveway with Jethro and Pebbles muscling on the Aww-some. So cute. Isn’t she amazing.
    Who ever saw that coming.
    Media Whore

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  34. Coronavirus: Community roadblocks can no longer operate without a police presence
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/04/coronavirus-community-roadblocks-can-no-longer-operate-without-a-police-presence.html

    Community COVID-19 roadblocks must now have a police presence after repeated reports of Kiwis being harassed and illegally detained by the volunteers running them.

    Since the incidents, National MPs Matt King and Gerry Brownlee and Police Minister Stuart Nash have called for there to be greater regulation of community checkpoints – and on Thursday, police answered.

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  35. Phone call to my dear old mum.
    She has a letter from Stuff to say her TV Guide will resume first week in May.
    So glad our $50mil is supporting quality journalism in this country.

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  36. Apparently overweight Kiwis are at particular risk & should stay at home even after the extended lockdown is finished.

    I can feel a ‘Keep NZ Beautiful’ slogan coming on! 🙂

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  37. What a wowzer. Bye bye EU.

    Angela Merkel ‘unwilling’ to step in and save EU nations at risk of ‘economic devastation’ | World | News

    EU countries worst affected by the coronavirus are “teetering on the brink” economically, the Bruges Group have revealed. Angela Merkel‘s Germany has been billed as the potential saviour, although they appear “unwilling” to step into the role. Bruges Group spokesman Robert Oulds told Express.co.uk that this crisis could spell the end of the Euro and the “relevance” of the union.

    https://worldabcnews.com/angela-merkel-unwilling-to-step-in-and-save-eu-nations-at-risk-of-economic-devastation-world-news/

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  38. New Zealand needs to urgently look at wearing masks in public – expert
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/04/new-zealand-needs-to-urgently-look-at-wearing-masks-in-public-expert.html

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) is yet to make a recommendation on wearing cloth masks but Germany’s decided to do it – and epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker says New Zealand should consider it too.

    Germany has just made masks in public settings like public transport and supermarkets compulsory, following Austria and the Czech Republic and already well-entrenched use in parts of Asia.

    “The countries that are succeeding are in Asia, where mask use is a very established cultural behaviour – and I think we need to look at it for New Zealand,” Prof Baker told Newshub.

    Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfied said the Ministry of Health was not recommending people use face masks routinely.

    “We don’t think it is an important part of our overall measures.”

    Mask advocates say if we don’t act, we could swiftly find ourselves back at alert level 4.

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        • From WG’s link:

          …..”Prof Baker says we shouldn’t wait for the WHO.

          “That can be a bit slow and bureaucratic,” he said. “…….

          The WHO are merely allowing time for bids from interested parties before stating their position.

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  39. “The countries that are succeeding are in Asia, where mask use is a very established cultural behaviour – and I think we need to look at it for New Zealand,” Prof Baker told Newshub.

    Here’s a video from a couple of years ago. I have noticed the Chinese and Koreans in Auckland wearing masks as a matter of routine. Tomorrow I’ll go shopping at Tai Ping in Mt. Wellington. This supermarket has a compulsory mask-wearing policy.

    Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeBU6rFcAzA

    I think the attitude to mask wearing will change in New Zealand. Next winter you will see all sorts of people wearign masks when they have the sniffles. It’s a good custom, in my opinion.

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  40. Greta preaches many of the first Earth Day’s failed predictions

    More than three decades before Greta Thunberg was born — the Swedish environmental activist on climate change, diagnosed with Asperger’s — more than 20 million Americans participated in the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970.

    We now look back at quotes from Earth Day, Then and Now,” by Ronald Bailey, Reason.com. May 1, 2000 of the spectacularly wrong apocalyptic predictions from Earth Day 1970.

    https://www.cfact.org/2020/03/13/greta-preaches-many-of-the-first-earth-days-failed-predictions/?utm_source=CCNet+Newsletter&utm_campaign=df5b5f76ab-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_04_22_02_21&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fe4b2f45ef-df5b5f76ab-36419089&mc_cid=df5b5f76ab

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  41. Confucius Say: “A foolish man give his wife grand piano. A wise man give his wife upright organ!”

    Confucius Also Say: “It take many nails to build a baby crib, but only one screw to fill it!”

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  42. Coronavirus: Government ‘started OK’ with wage subsidies, but is now ‘resting on its laurels’ – Steven Joyce
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-government-started-ok-with-wage-subsidies-but-is-now-resting-on-its-laurels-steven-joyce.html

    The Government shouldn’t wait until Budget Day to provide additional economic relief to New Zealand, a former Finance Minister warns, as by then it’ll be too late for many small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

    Steven Joyce, who served as Finance Minister under Bill English’s National Government, says his successor Grant Robertson made a timely intervention when he introduced wage subsidies as part of a $12.1 billion coronavirus aid package on March 17.

    “I worry that there hasn’t been enough of a follow-up given how this thing’s unfolded, but hopefully that’ll be addressed in the Budget in three weeks’ time.”

    Joyce believes the Government should step in promptly to give SMEs a helping hand, before turning its attention to households and then a more general stimulus package.

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  43. Scomo has floated the idea of trans Tasman linking. This could be huge as previously 55% of tourist numbers were Aussies. It might be a tight time frame, but if innovative thinking is applied there may be a few tourists suitably spaced out, flying down our slopes this winter.
    Our dictatorial leader will scuttle the idea because why?
    Scomo is really wanting to send planeloads of NZ criminals back to NZ and back load our best and brightest?
    She and her bunch of losers did not think of it first?
    Prevent it just because she can?
    Stop Kiwis going to Aus in case we socialise and have a few beers?
    Our contact tracing is not up to standard?
    A lot of her mangled rhetoric and dubious logic makes little sense, yet the sheeple think she has magical powers and so does she.

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