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  1. WInston Peter’s now wants a end to Globalism and has said for years he has been warning of the “pitfalls of Globalism “.
    Winston.Peters called on autonomy for New Zealand post COVID-19 saying ” if we can grow it or make it we should. This is a time of critical perception of the possibilites the future holds for New Zealand.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/winston-peters-says-if-nz-can-grow-make-then-we-should-do-so-in-covid-19-hit-economy?auto=6152486421001
    This will be the same.as Capitalism the Peter’s call to be stamped out after the political joke of the last Election but still found time to use it in collecting high Donations that contradict our electoral law that has been alleged against the NZ First Foundation .

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  2. Coronavirus: Sir John Key calls on Government to open the economy more while in lockdown
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-sir-john-key-calls-on-government-to-open-the-economy-more-while-in-lockdown.html

    “I don’t think the Government should wake up every day and say are we in level 3 and I’ll let you know in a couple of weeks if we move to level 2. I think they should get up every single morning and say what could we do, how could we get the economy growing faster, how could we get people back into work and into their businesses and do that in a safe way.”

    He says New Zealand will have to learn to live with the threat of COVID-19 in the future, so people need to know how to operate in a way where they can return to work but still keep their communities safe.

    One thing Key says he learnt after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake is the longer a business is out of action, “the less likely it’s coming back”.

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  3. Coronavirus: Prime Minister told David Clark’s house move took place prior to lockdown
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-prime-minister-told-david-clark-s-house-move-took-place-prior-to-lockdown.html

    Jacinda Ardern says she believes Health Minister Dr David Clark moved house before the country went into alert level 4 and had not breached lockdown rules a third time.

    On Tuesday Newshub revealed Dr Clark had continued moving house during alert level 4, shifting boxes when the rest of the country was told they were not allowed to.

    But a spokesperson for the Prime Minister said based on what the Health Minister has advised her he moved house prior to lockdown, and based on his description of events had not breached the rules of lockdown.

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  4. National MP asks about predicted ‘s**t fight’ over commercial rents

    An exchange in Parliament today led to National’s economic spokesperson asking about a Rotorua bar operator’s prediction that there would be a “huge s**t fight” over commercial rents.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/national-mp-asks-predicted-s-t-fight-over-commercial-rents?auto=6152510356001

    During today’s Covid-19 select committee, Reg Hennessy told MPs that unless the Government steps in to help commercial tenants and landlords who had no cashflow with rent, “we’re heading for one huge shit fight”.

    “The only winners out of this will be the commercial lawyers… We have had no income since lockdown.”

    When asked by chair Simon Bridges how he was paying for rent and utilities, Mr Hennessy said he was “paying out of funds already obtained by the business” and that having to take out a loan “was not far away”.

    On how long the business could last, he said that if it were to continue for another month, “things start getting quite tight”.

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    • As Sir John Key said on Paul Henrys show last night the longer a business is closed the less likely it is to survive. With this in mind a pragmatic Govt would extend the wage subsidy on the condition that the business re opens, employs all staff and pays the wage subsidy at a minimum. This allows time to negogtiate with suppliers and landlords and adapt to new conditions and hopefully survive. The only organidsation not participating are The Banksters and unless actual reductions in interest costs by way of much lower interest rates / charges or actual interest holidays business’s will fail and the consequent unemployment result in loan & mortgage defaults.

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  5. Is there anyone else like me that that thinks Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield are now trying to cover their tracks over the Jargon as they call it is responsible for the confusion over COVID-19.
    This was more about conning and lying to the public that couldn’t understand the figures and how with cases still being mentioned was elimination or eradication.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/415322/jargon-to-blame-for-confusion-over-covid-19-elimination-pm

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  6. Internet chatter is that the good Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, who was horribly set up by the Obama Justice Department, will be exonerated some time this week. Dan Bongino, Greg Jarrett, Maria Bartiromo all have sources that are indicating this. Will be interesting times if this eventuates.

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  7. Coronavirus: Latest David Clark revelations show misguided priorities, his time’s up – Simon Bridges
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/coronavirus-latest-david-clark-revelations-show-misguided-priorities-his-time-s-up-simon-bridges.html

    The revelation that the Health Minister continued to move houses during the alert level 4 lockdown shows Dr David Clark’s misguided priorities and it’s time for him to be sacked, Simon Bridges says.

    Bridges, the National Party leader, says it shows Dr Clark’s priorities.

    “He continued moving. He started it out of lockdown. I think what it does show is why he stayed in Dunedin, and you know my view because I have said it time and time again, he needed to be, in a pandemic as the Health Minister, in Wellington. That’s his real sin here,” Bridges told The AM Show.

    “It shows where his priorities were, it shows why he was in Dunedin [and], as I say, as Health Minister, it beggars belief that he wasn’t in Wellington dealing with the biggest health crisis we have ever seen in our history.”

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    • Is this the same Bridges who said earlier this month:

      ……” did not ask Dr Clark any questions about his breach was because he did not want “to kick a man when he’s down”.”…….

      Godboy’s hardening up.

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  8. “I haven’t seen any evidence of that”. Our gutless cowardly PMs answer when she was asked,”should we have an investigation into the WHOs terrible handling of their Covid 19 response”
    The fairy dust is disappearing faster than 18 billion dollars of taxpayers cash,this creature cannot get another three years of running our country ,if she does it will be trashed for the next twenty years.

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  9. How Obama/Biden Wrecked the U.S. Medical Device Industry

    “Do you all remember this thing called Obamacare? I’m sure you do. Do you remember the medical device tax that Obamacare instituted? Like all liberals, Obama believed that people that make things will pay anything. You put a tax on ’em, they’ll just keep paying the tax and they’ll just keep making the device. You put a tax on yachts, and people will pay the tax…

    Well, guess what? The people that manufacture medical devices fled the USA, and they went overseas to various places to get ’em made. One of the places they went was China. They also went to Mexico. They went to places in Europe. And now people complain about a shortage. They want to chalk it up to somehow a fault or a deficiency of capitalism or of the United States. No siree, Bob. It was a by-product of a tax increase called Obamacare on medical devices.”

    A good read….
    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/04/how_obamabiden_wrecked_the_us_medical_device_industry.html

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  10. A Urenui man walks into the pub and hails one of his acquaintances, like himself a farmer. Over their beers, they talk about the usual preoccupations of farmers the world over… the weather, the cost of equipment, livestock.
    He finally asks about a mutual acquaintance, also a farmer…
    “I ‘eard that old Sooty finally had to shoot that cow of ‘is.”
    The other gives him a puzzled look.
    “Was she mad, then?”
    His friend scratches his chin for a moment before replying.
    “Well, I don’t think she was too fuckin’ pleased.”

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      • I saw in stuffed that the maoris have got Taranaki road block set up opposite the Urenui pub, which would stop the Tinman from visiting his nephew in Waitara via the Ohura bypass road.
        (The roadblock at Mokau must be a none event).
        Just don’t go and turn off and use the bypass at the garage and around by the school to come out on Kaipik road. The maoris won’t like it!
        Years ago brother was running a Mainline ute and tandem trailer to Auckland during a brewery strike, plod turned him around in Waitara, so he went back over the river and went down country road an bypassed them!

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  11. LOL The Dem’s continue to prove they are all nuts. Hillary endorsing a man with obvious dementia as presidential candidate of the USA. What’s the plan Hills?

    US Election: Hillary Clinton endorses Joe Biden for President
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/04/us-election-hillary-clinton-endorses-joe-biden-for-president.html

    Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton endorsed fellow Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign for the office she once sought on Tuesday.

    “This is a moment that we need a leader, a president like Joe Biden,” she said during a joint event online with the former vice president.

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    • Killary wants a brokered convention so she can slip in the side door when Biden is discovered (Quelle Surprise) to be suffering from Dementia or anything that makes him unsuitable as a presdential candidate.

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  12. In the last 12 hours, the Herald has published 3 articles about how the British Queen is calling Ardern to praise her and find out how she’s managing so well with Covid-19. I keep clicking “Ignore this”, but they keep on adding new ones 🙂

    $50,000,000 of “free” advertising.

    It’s disgusting.

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  13. Jacinda Ardern is NOT going to ‘sack’ any of her Ministers.
    It is common knowledge she has some pretty big skeletons in her closet- Could you imagine a disgruntled and angry former Minister blowing the whistle?
    She will defend him to the last- and eventually he will be quietly moved sideways to an equally high paying role (replaced by another incompetent buffoon…)

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  14. Stuff wonder why they have to grovel for money. This is the first sentence in an article

    “As Donald Trump blunders through his life and career, he’s bound to occasionally make the right decision, even if for the wrong reason.”

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/121309581/coronavirus-donald-trumps-attack-on-the-who-might-be-the-right-thing-done-for-the-wrong-reason

    When the stupid idiot writing this achieves 0.000000000001% of what Trump has achieved in life I might actually read his article. Yes Trump has made some mistakes but no successful person achieves anything without making mistakes.

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    • Managing to get himself elected President when the ENTIRE MSM was writing him off and the pollsters were making up stats saying the was going to get thrashed?
      Sounds like a pretty remarkably man to me…

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  15. What do we know about Covid-19?
    It tends to brings death to the elderly and/or chronically ill. It is often carried by assymptomatic cases. It hardly affects the young and healthy (it’s a kind of flu).

    Conclusions:
    Multi-generational (aka poor or “traditional” families) have a good chance of grandma catching the virus from a grandchild and dying.
    When sniffling Shirley visits her 85-year-old mum in the Golden Acres resthome, she is signing the death warrants to many of the residents (her own mother included).

    In 20/20 hindsight (wonderful commodity that it is) New Zealand should have locked down the resthomes. The problem is that the kind of high-BMI middle-aged low-average-IQ orderlies and cleaners who are essential for the running of resthomes up and down the country really don’t care enough to isolate themselves from their extended families so that they don’t become carriers of the bug.

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      • There’s always a consequence of underpaying essential workers, and apathy is one of them.
        And yet I have seen underpaid workers in Japan who take the greatest of pride in their work, so clearly there is a cultural aspect to it as well.

        Is paying people more the only factor at play?

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        • I guess that in an ideal world people would have great pride in menial work but it’s not a phenomenon that I’ve noticed. What I have observed is people scared shitless of losing such work knowing that there’s little in the way of alternatives on offer.

          In any case the majority of aged care workers, at least in the Wairarapa, are married women who are looking after families when not working. The opportunity of self isolation doesn’t exist for them.

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          • “The opportunity of self isolation doesn’t exist for them.”

            There you have the fatal flaw in the current system. Isolating the residents is not enough; you have to also isolate all their care-givers, and that simply isn’t possible.

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    • The aged care-givers are still hanging out for some PPE from their DHBs.

      All the attention has been toward protecting Hospitals and hospital workers… bugga all for the bum-washers and baby deliverers out in the community.

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      • One of our granddaughters works in aged care & the latest from her indicates that they still have gloves & masks but supplies are low & deliveries erratic. To be fair, her employers seem to be doing all they can to keep staff safe & patients alive.

        She’s not too keen on the embargo on undertakers though. Traditionally the body snatchers removed the cadavers but now the care staff have to wheel them outside to the hearse.

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  16. “Counties Manukau and Wellington Districts recorded the highest number of breaches, with 1122 combined breaches in the former and 655 combined breaches in the latter.” Ref: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12328045

    What is it about the people of Clevedon, Howick, Beachlands, Pukekohe, Pokeno, Botany and Pakuranga that they are too selfish or careless to understand the importance of observing the Level 4 Alert rules?
    Same goes for all those fools in Wellington Central, Kapiti Coast and South Wairarapa who just don’t seem to get it. What is wrong with these people?

    … Wait a minute….(!!?)

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  17. TEEN SUFFERS BROKEN NECK AFTER GIVING BLOW JOBS TO SEVENTEEN MEN TO CELEBRATE 17TH BIRTHDAY
    (By the look on Teddy’s face, I think it may have been 18)

    “I thought it would just be fun to do something special for my seventeenth birthday, something I would always remember for the rest of my life,” Swann told reporters, visibly regretful.

    https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/teen-suffers-broken-neck-after-giving-blow-job-to-seventeen-men-to-celebrate-17th-birthday/

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  18. I wonder if all these wage subsidies will pave the way for a program of Universal Basic Income?

    Democracy (like social / corporate welfare) can only function properly in a moral society. Once people vote for Free Stuff, the system is no longer sustainable. The State can attempt to stave off the inevitable by getting deeper and deeper into debt, but this cannot go on forever.

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  19. Leprechaun policies.
    More than 70% of people are living in a home that is too big for their needs

    The recommended level for each dwelling is one living room, one room per couple, one room for each single adult, one room per pair of single children of the same gender aged 12-17, one room for each single additional child aged 12-17 and one room per pair of children aged under 12.

    The European Commission said the classic cause of under-occupation was older people remaining in their home after their children had grown up and left, but family breakdown was also a factor.

    https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/more-than-70pc-of-people-are-living-in-a-home-that-is-too-big-for-their-needs-39162744.html

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  20. Breaking news. A medical witness to the ERC revealed there is an outbreak of Syphilis in Auckland and some half dozen babies have been born with this disease. Why has there been no publicity for JAFAs to isolate their reproductive organs?
    I assume public heath officials are contact tracing and following up with a jab of antibiotic.
    Imagine the lies and obfuscation (of Labour Party proportions) to cover up illicit and embarrassing liaisons confronting the tracers.

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  21. Winston struggling to remain relevant. Jumping on all the bandwagons he can find. How does he expect us to build an economy on a pharmaceutical industry ? It is currently dominated by some of the largest companies in the world . Hasn’t Peters heard of “competitive advantage” —in pharmaceuticals we would have next to zero advantages.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12328139

    What has changed in the last two months Winston ? They only things are your Government has loaded NZ Inc with mountains of debt and ensured the unemployment lines will be growing for some time. I do not think we should be listening you much.

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    • Ruby lips had that sharp beak of her’s bent right out of shape with John Key’s criticism of Cindy and co and his advice that the CoL should be making decisions every day, not putting important economic decision on the backburner for 2 weeks because they will only decide in two week blocks.

      Now that “nice” Ashley Bloomfield has also told Duncan Garner that the decision to lower the level will be made when NZ’ers behave themselves. Good grief, while our economy is being swilled down the drain by this lot do we put up with being treated like school children!!!

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    • So are Whaleoil and his shifty mates backing the Advance NZ Party? Has Peters okayed the move or will we see ruckus from Peters when he gets wind of previous supporters abandoning the NZF sinking boat.

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    • Here are some lines for Jamie Lee Ross’s campaign jingle (from a tune by David Lee Roth)

      I ain’t got nobody
      Nobody cares for me, nobody
      Nobody cares for me
      I’m so sad and lonely
      Sad and lonely, sad and lonely
      Won’t some sweet mama come and take a chance with me?…

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  22. The case of the Arizona couple, who supposedly listened to President Trump talk up hydroxychloroquine, were reported to have taken chloroquine phospahate (aquarium cleaner) resulting in the death of the husband, is starting to get interesting and a homicide investigation has commenced into it.

    Might well turn out to be that of a poor hen pecked husband poisoned by a woman ruled by the devil.

    Friends described the husband, Gary Lenius as a levelheaded retired engineer and recounted a troubled marital relationship that included a previous domestic assault charge against his wife. It was reported that the wife, Wanda Lenius was a Democratic donor whose most recent contribution went to a “pro-science” super PAC.

    “What bothers me about this is that Gary was a very intelligent man, a retired [mechanical] engineer who designed systems for John Deere in Waterloo, Iowa, and I really can’t see the scenario where Gary would say, ‘Yes, please, I would love to drink some of that Koi fish tank cleaner,'” one of his close friends told the Free Beacon. “It just doesn’t make any sense.”

    Another source, who asked that all identifying information be withheld, told the Free Beacon earlier this month that Wanda Lenius “would constantly berate Gary in public.… Everyone was embarrassed for him, but he outwardly did not seem to care much.”

    https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/police-investigating-death-of-arizona-man-from-chloroquine-phosphate/

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  23. Winston Peter’s in election mode and taking a swipe at the Health Ministry for trying to shut our borders.
    But Ashley Bloomfield has issued a statement fighting back against Peter’s bluster.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/covid-19-dr-ashley-bloomfield-justifies-ministry-of-health-s-proposal-to-block-returning-kiwis.html
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/ministry-of-health-recommended-closing-border-to-returning-kiwis-winston-peters.html
    NZ Firsts internal polls must have dropped again for him to trot mouth off on Jacindas mates.

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  24. This is quite long but it is an interesting explanation of how Washington DC works. The very short version is : Congress does not write any legislation, it all written by people on K Street ( where all the lobbyists have their offices). The people in Congress are there to sell it.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/04/28/oh-dear-kentucky-representative-thomas-massie-touches-the-third-rail-reveals-dcs-biggest-secret/#more-190326

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  25. A question to those who read the MSM more than I do.

    Has there been any reports on the Auckland University trial on the use of hydroxchloroquine ? I recall them announcing the start of it very early on, when we had only about 50 cases of positive tests. They must have finished them by now or have they been hushed up because the left have gone mad with TDS over it, because President Trump talked positively about it.

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    • This from an online article by Yahoo Finance dated yesterday:

      ……”To date, the total number of reported patients treated with HCQ, with or without zinc and the widely used antibiotic azithromycin, is 2,333, writes AAPS, in observational data from China, France, South Korea, Algeria, and the U.S. Of these, 2,137 or 91.6 percent improved clinically”……

      https://finance.yahoo.com/news/hydroxychloroquine-90-percent-chance-helping-155637974.html

      That, plus the fact that the drug has been used as an anti viral for ages, indicates to me that it’s at worst beneficial. Due however, to a global outbreak of TDS throughout the make believe world of Leftists & the MSM there’s unlikely to be much in the way of further information to hand.

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      • Not sure where they got that figure from nasska. Dr Zerenko in NY had treated, with 100% success 800 patients last time I read about it, which was at least 1 week ago. The French guy had a recent trial with 1000, I think. Dr Smith who Laura Ingle has on her program is over 250 -300.
        So I think the 2333 is way understated.

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  26. Surely I can’t be the 1st NZr to say Ashley Bloomfield is a bullshitting C- – T ,SURELY…??? our nutter PM is still talking about “large clusters ” Where the fuck are they???? 21 people have died FFS for 18 billion dollars.

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  27. Medical Professor urges health system reform in scathing review of COVID-19 response
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/04/medical-professor-urges-health-system-reform-in-scathing-review-of-covid-19-response.html

    A medical expert has called for total reform of the health system in a presentation to MPs in which he blasted the Government for “squandering” New Zealand’s main geographical advantage in the fight against COVID-19.

    Auckland University Medical Professor Des Gorman told the Epidemic Response Committee New Zealand was not “adequately” prepared, the border was not closed soon enough, and the nation should have had a central agency to manage it.

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  28. When are the media going to start telling us of the horrific death toll and immeasurable suffering Ardern’s lockdown will inevitably cause?

    I want to see this rubbed in the noses of the repugnant imbeciles who support this madness. Globally this hysteria will have an effect similar to a world war. And war is likely to result from it also.

    Until the day I die I will be placing people into 2 categories.

    1. Lockdown supporters worthy of no consideration.
    2. Potentially ok people.

    I hope those who support this die miserably along with their rotten offspring.

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    • By way of explanation for my severe view – I base this upon observation and principle. And finally accepting my excuse making for some peoples actions are naive.

      1. Principle – this is supported by those who subscribe to a herd mentality and propaganda. They are capable of anything.

      2. Observation – it is demonstrably harmful.

      The lockdowners are just not good people. It goes beyond the current circumstances. Anything and any people, can be effectively targeted using the same propaganda. And lockdowners will carry out their will.

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  29. Further to my earlier post concerning L/General Mike FLYNN and a possibility of an exoneration this week….
    it appears that his first law firm (Covington & Burling, which Eric Holder, (Obama’s Wingman) is a partner, failed to disclose 6,800 documents (probably containing exculpatory evidence) to Flynn, advising him that he had no defense to these trumped up charges.
    https://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2020/04/28/michael-flynns-former-law-firm-submitting-6800-documents-and-emails-to-correct-a-miscommunication/

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  30. Teenager sues his parents for $250,000 for naming him Gaylord
    A man from Gisborne has launched a civil lawsuit against his parents for naming him Gaylord as a child, a name which allegedly caused him to suffer from a lot of mockeries and even serious bullying.

    the teenage boy claims he was an undesired child and that his parents deliberately gave him that first name to make him “a designated scapegoat”.

    https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/teenager-sues-his-parents-for-250000-for-naming-him-gaylord/

    Problem Identified.

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  31. Government temporarily legalizes ‘sex with domestic animals’ during confinement

    The Denmark government has passed a temporary law making bestiality legal once again in the country.

    “I would rather my citizens having sexual intercourse with their domestic animals, and enjoying themselves during the confinement than to go completely insane with boredom,” said the Prime Minister.

    https://worldnewsdailyreport.com/denmark-government-temporarily-legalizes-sex-with-domestic-animals-during-confinement/
    “Multiple studies indicate that sexual intercourse with pets is a powerful form of stress relief, lowering not only blood pressure but also harmful stress hormones associated with depression and anxiety, and elevating beneficial ones linked to happiness and relaxation,” the Health Minister explained.

    Imam Mohammed Eriksson Shroeder, a representative of the Shia Muslim community, praised the announcement and said it was great news for the Shia and Sunni Muslim communities alike explaining that the practice had always conformed to Islamic law “if, and only, the animal is butchered after the sexual act.

    Stephie boy will be pleased. The goats not so much!

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