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  1. Obumma is going down big time, get the popcorn and beer ready it’s going to be so great to see the most corrupted POTUS in history skidding along on his face, this POS was responsible for the biggest political hoax in world history and it’s starting to look like he’ll pay the price along with the rest of the cabal of corrupt deep state creature’s.

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    • Call it what it is TREASON! President Trump mentioned 50 year sentences for those involved. That will rattle the clever scheming lefty rats.

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    • I wish you were right. But I don’t think so. The current crisis was created as it was always going to move closer and closer to demonstrating that the DNC are no better than the Mafia.

      As I see it, everything started to go wrong with the Epstein killing. At the point where the corrupted, pedophile left realised they had no problem LITERALLY GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER – they realised they could pull the trigger and put into effect the NWO game plan and start the process that will lead to wiping out billions of the population. Climate change had kind of run it’s course and wasn’t achieving the oppression, the sweeping powers, the destruction of the ever growing and ever more independently minded middle class that vote out left wing fascism.

      I think the NWO have won. People are infantilised to such an extent that they now are screaming out to be oppressed and for their freedoms to be taken away.

      I fear for the species.

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      • From a blog site that promotes worldwide National patriotism.

        What did the Cabal achieve with Covid-19

        1. Rise of Patriotism WW

        2. Rise of Awareness

        3. Rise of distrust in MSM

        4. Rise of distrust in WHO

        5. Rise of distrust in Hollywood

        6. Rise of distrust in rich actors, singers and all clowns who are desperate for giving “right” opinions on everything from their million dollar mansions

        7. Rise of appreciation for freedom, family, neighbors, life.

        8. Rise of self-sufficiency, for food, spending habits.

        9. Spending time with family, children.
        Schools today = farms for programming. Imagine how many parents and children changed their views.

        etc etc etc

        Yes, the situation is tough for many people… jobs, money, depression. This was their plan. They wanted FEAR.

        But, when you look all around the world, even in “lost cases” like Sweden, Germany, California… people are rising up.

        Why? Because they understand that something is wrong.

        Were “they” expecting this? NO.

        POTUS is doing an insanely good job. People WW trust him. That’s the only reason why this “pandemic” is “slowing down”.

        Just imagine what their real plan was/is…

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    • There is talk of Obama acting as Biden’s “wingman” during the election. So Obama must be thinking that if he gets out in the public eye it might save his neck somehow.
      Either way I think he will be OK until after the election and then, assuming Trump wins (ie. all the voting games do not beat him) then Obama will have to emigrate to a country with no extradition treaty with the US.

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      • Yep, that’ll work and do some electioneering for the missus!
        Wonder if she has a dress to show off it’s nuts aswell?

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  2. It is important to understand what drives the Prime Minister.
    To understand the ideological beliefs of the Prime Minister we can look back at her time as President of the International Union of Socialist youth writes Steve Elers.
    The definition of “Comrade ” from a encyclopedic dictionary of Marxism, Socialism and Communism is as follows “originally one who shares the same chamber”.
    The term has been adopted by Socialists and Communists for Party members ” I do use Comrade ” disparagingly here as Ardern herself used the term 15 times in seven minutes at this public event.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/300012145/its-important-to-understand-what-drives-the-prime-minister
    You watch the sheeple come out and attack Steve Elers for pointing out Jacinda’s ethos in 2009 and what her Leadership is all about , a very good read stating the facts.

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    • Ummm, I wonder why she accepts one of the higher salaries for country leaders in the world then? Oh its a do as I say not as I do then again is it?

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        • She has liberated it from someone elses clutches. The two are definitely interlinked she must have been runing for ‘President’ and to be an MP at the same time. A sleeper albeit in plain sight.

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      • The whole concept of a $600k salary plus perks is EXACTLY the sort of thing Internationalist Socialist Youth rant about!
        They openly detest Capitalism and they openly detest anyone who earns more than their weekly food rations from the Motherland.
        Their silence on Jacinda and her well-known lavish lifestyle is deafening.
        Lefties are ridiculous hypocrites…

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      • It was Klarkenfuhrer who got the high salaries for MPs going.
        When She took over in 1999 the base for PM was 198k
        It doubled in the next 14 years -in a low inflation environment.

        Phar Goof was whining like a little bitch about it in 1990.
        He was on 50k as a cabinet minister
        Not a lot
        Said he could earn 3 x that in the real world
        In Nov 1990 the wee jessie was voted out in Mt Roskill and got a job as poly tech lecturer – for 50k pa

        They need high salaries as they cannot earn them in the real world.
        NGO remuneration went from low in the 1980s to very high now
        The public servnats in the 1970s did not get the obsenre salaries they get now but had total job security and a high pension.
        Mind you higher salaries meant SFA back in the 1970s when top tax rate was 66%

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    • Share on Fb. People need to know this stuff. (excuse the pun).

      (copy and paste and it will post the links.)

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    • This seemed to have been dumped late on a Friday afternoon so not too many would take any notice of it as it contradicts the more optimistic figures shown by the COL.

      ANZ expects higher unemployment figures than Government is predicting
      https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2020/05/coronavirus-anz-expects-higher-unemployment-figures-than-government-is-predicting.html

      ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner says she expects unemployment numbers to remain higher for longer than the government is predicting.

      In Thursday’s Budget announcement, the Treasury revealed its forecasts predicted unemployment will more than double, surging to a peak of 9.8 percent by September this year.

      According to its main Budget 2020 forecast, unemployment would return to pre-COVID levels by 2024, while a full COVID-19 Response and Recovery fund scenario would bring unemployment back to 4.2 percent by 2022.

      “We on the other hand do see it (unemployment) lifting up to 11 percent, which is not that much higher than Treasury has it, but then holding up longer because of that need to retrain and move resources around the economy, that’s very difficult to do that quickly,” she said.

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      • WG, I think Zollner is being optimistic based on Hospitality Ass claiming 400,000 employees and half losing jobs 100,000 more unemployed would take unemployment to 15% and other industries will be impacted so 20% or more unemployed quite possible.

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    • Why the fuck are we only seeing these sorts of articles calling Ardern our for what she is, a Marxist? Where were they when she was being touted as the “amazeballs saviour of Labour”?

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      • You can guarantee we’ll see a lot more articles proving Cindy is a communist in the run up to the election. Will the sheep have any concerns or is Cindy so amazeballs nothing will budge her from her perch where she doles out the pork barrel election bribes from.

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        • WG: “Will the sheep have any concerns”?

          No. Because the sheep have no idea what socialism and its derivatives in the 20th century lead to. But as Comrade Kea has espoused “in magna constantia”, they will soon learn. And learn hard.

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          • What will change for those living in a state house and being paid the state paid benefit and receiving regular food parcels from the local charities? NOTHING, absolutely nothing. Add extra promises from the pork barrel store before the election and poof amazeballs Cindy is back to wreak more havoc on the taxpayer and those who are productive.

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            • The question that has yet to be asked post-lockdown is; given how many people talked about how difficult it was being at home with no real purpose, how do long term beneficiaries do it?

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              • That’s what the cannabis legislation is for. The growing hoi polloi made redundant from closing businesses will be even less aware, care for nothing except worry about where their munchies are coming from.
                🍗🍟 😶

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              • You follow your interests, do your own food production, make ends meet anyway you can, if you have local resources you make the most of them.
                ie, Hunt, fish, prospect etc

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    • That is a very cleverly written piece. He clearly learnt a lot in his communications education.

      Correct me if I am wrong, but I think Steve Elers is part Maori so that will give him some protection /sarc

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    • And this is the woman that the Hon Winston Peters chose and appointed to run our country.
      Ms Ardern must have had a great laugh when a senior, capitalist National Party geezer like Peters threw aside all his previous principles in order to seek personal revenge,
      There is nothing honourable about that man.

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      • I see the post-election negotiation process differently.
        Peters and English were never going to team up – that was never an option for Peters, so to say he selected the PM not correct IMO.

        The ones with options were the Greens.
        This is where their rabid socialism is unmasked. Their green policies could have been well accommodated with National, but they wouldn’t even have a conversation about that. Instead, they are hell bent on income re-distribution, much of that for themselves.

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          • There’s a shit load of racists in NZ that would vote for Winston..?

            But this time it’s to keep Labour honest and vote Winston !~

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          • Gravel:
            I don’t know where you got the idea that I have ever/would ever vote for that piss-filled arsehole.

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  3. Mike Hunty, you responded yesterday here but I haven’t had a chance to pick up that thread again until now with far fewer beersies and gut churning chilli in me.

    David Seymour is a very astute and intelligent individual. More than just having an impressive knowledge, he seeks out more and from a variety of people. Moreover, he shares that so you can join in his live stream and conversations with experts to really understand what is going on. I think the pieces he had with the Taiwanese ambassador and the head of the New Zealand Institute were great.

    I don’t share your belief that ACT aligns well with National though. The one is a conservative, partially-religious and big government party while the other is a liberal, small government party. They have different objectives for New Zealand. Well, apart from the bit of alignment on getting rid of the toxic mess that is Jacinda Ardern.

    Peters and the Greens, yeah. I can see them falling behind. The risks though are in continued popularity for Labour, which may see the Greens be dragged along to 5% and in Winston Peters’ embedded voters being swayed by his rhetoric. He’s already starting to make electioneering type noises and the only way I can see that shutting down is when Jacinda Ardern decides she doesn’t need him anymore. At which point I suspect the SFO will move in.

    In terms of National and Labour going head to head. There’s a fuckload to criticize Labour for, deservedly so. They’re the biggest fuck-up I’ve seen in my lifetime. But in the end, I don’t think that matters.

    Jacinda Ardern is a popular leader with her fanbase.

    If you’re active on social media and step beyond the traditional haunts for conservative / classical liberal / anti-Ardern people any post on her is met with 1,000s more positive reactions than anything from National. A comment like “I love Ardern” will be boosted and reposted and shared, but pointing out the mistakes she made with Covid-19 gets dumped, ignored and usually the “You care more about money than lives!” type of responses. National is denigrated in everything they put out, there are organised armies of Labour trolls infesting social media.

    In terms of resonance with the public, National has “kept their powder dry” for the last 3 years. Now, when Ardern has a massive surge in popularity due to her “handling of the crisis” (Fuck, it makes me sick just writing that) they are not only trying to climb the mountain of 3 years of media embedding, but also the surge due to this crisis? It’s a massive ask against a hostile media.

    And Jacinda Ardern has guaranteed herself a $20,000,000,000 warchest that our children will be paying for to use in electioneering. Hammer her on that? She’ll turn it around and say: “You’re cynical and political, I’m kind and caring for the Nation” It’s become so emotional, so irrational that a logical argument can be deflected by bullshit and accepted by the majority of sheep in New Zealand.

    I’m not going to put percentages on this, but I think Labour will win by themselves grabbing both NZF and the Greens. We’ll see a strong resurgence in ACT, but ultimately I expect that next term Ardern will be able to rule by dictatorial fiat.

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    • Well written & I agree with most of your comment. But “the one is a conservative, partially-religious and big government party”. Comon!

      You wouldn’t find a bigger pack of Godaddled, authoritarian retards this side of the Vatican!

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    • I do.

      None of these people do:

      Morgan, Piers.
      Allan, Kiritapu
      Andersen, Ginny
      Ardern, Jacinda
      Clark, David
      Coffey, Tamati
      Craig, Liz
      Curran, Clare
      Davis, Kelvin
      Dyson, Ruth
      Eagle, Paul
      Faafoi, Kris
      Henare, Peeni
      Hipkins, Chris
      Huo, Raymond
      Jackson, Willie
      Kanongata’a-Suisuiki, Anahila
      Lees-Galloway, Iain
      Little, Andrew
      Lubeck, Marja
      Luxton, Jo
      Mahuta, Nanaia
      Mallard, Trevor
      McAnulty, Kieran
      Nash, Stuart
      O’Connor, Damien
      Parker, David
      Prime, Willow-Jean
      Radhakrishnan, Priyanca
      Robertson, Grant
      Rurawhe, Adrian
      Russell, Deborah
      Salesa, Jenny
      Sepuloni, Carmel
      Sio, Aupito William
      Strange, Jamie
      Tinetti, Jan
      Tirikatene, Rino
      Twyford, Phil
      Wall, Louisa
      Warren-Clark, Angie
      Webb, Duncan
      Whaitiri, Meka
      Williams, Poto
      Wood, Michael
      Woods, Megan

      And a large number of their supporters do not either.

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  4. Australia now faces both short and long term problems with an “aggressive” communist China which has launched “a shot across the bows” at our nation says the Executive Director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute Peter Jennings.

    Communist China ‘sends a warning shot at Australia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8QEFsSXbwA

    Ardern has sold us down the gurgler.

    But BRI is not going to go away – it is supported at the highest levels of the Chinese Government, is coordinated by the National Reform Development Commission and judging by the discussion at the Party Congress is now seen as a central pillar of China’s economic strategy.

    But what does Belt and Road represent for a distant nation like New Zealand?

    For New Zealand, BRI represents a great opportunity – an opportunity to demonstrate how New Zealand expertise and interests can add value and contribute to China’s vision.

    It’s no secret that New Zealand’s relationship with China has developed rapidly in recent years to the stage of a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.

    https://nzchinacouncil.org.nz/belt-and-road/

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    • I thought Young would have been around long enough to realise Ardern is not doing much, except be the front person. I would very much doubt that she has much input into the serious decision making. If she did and was a trues leader the Govt. would not be reacting to everything rather than being proactive.
      As for intelligence –if she is so bright how come she flounders with all questions when it is not “on script”. Compare her to Key, English , H Clark for being able to speak “off the cuff” because they can think on their feet and have a grasp of the detail.

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    • I put the same comment on KB and got 1 uptick and 4 down ticks.

      I not talking about her teeth. I am seriously talking about her intelligence. I think she would have avoided math as soon as she could and would be probably just managed a pass in high school.

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      • So why dip into the poison well, Chuck?
        You are clearly not aligned with the Fruity Farrar anti Free Speech site !

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    • Crusty Audrey Old says
      ‘Like Key, no one would doubt Ardern’s intelligence,’

      This is the groupthink i talked about the other day
      they cannot take anyone elses opinion

      any other thoughts or words are hate speech -to them

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  5. My big contention with our government (and most of the rest of the world) is their over-reaction. There are factors around Covid-19 that have been clear not at the start, but early on.

    I expect a bit more agility from our government in situations where the risk that sits beyond the immediate, visible parts of the crisis demands consideration. In the US, for example, excess deaths caused by secondary effects are likely higher than those from Covid itself. We’re not counting or measuring that in the universal adulation of Jacinda Ardern.

    So if you compare us to Sweden, for example. They’ve had 350 deaths per million people. It’s a massive number, but their lockdown has been almost non-existent. If we extrapolate that to New Zealand we’d have 1,400 dead.

    Let’s be charitable and say all 1,400 of those dead would have lived. The average lifespan in NZ is around 81.46 years, let’s charitably say they would have lived to a healthy 90 if Covid-19 hadn’t killed them. In fact, let’s make a few bigger assumptions and say the average age of those 1,400 deaths would have been 55 and we’d have saved 35 years * 1,400 and we end up with … erm … 490,000 years of life saved. Best case, eh for the worst case Covid-19 outcomes.

    And for comparison, let’s say we’re looking at the real age related figures. Then those 1,400 deaths would have come from predominantly people aged 70 or older. We’d be saving 11 years * 1,400 people or about 15,400 years of life.

    How much did it cost us? This is an estimate of the secondary costs and there’s a range here as well. You can take the number form the Washington Post and expect double the mortality rate. But the best I’ve been able to find is a reference to a University of Bristol study, which says a 6.4% reduction in the economy results in a roughly 3 month reduction in life expectancy across the population due to a decline in living standards, poorer health care and related. It’s referenced in this article.

    What would that have cost us? We don’t have the same economic depth as the United Kingdom and we’re expecting a 10% or greater contraction. Worst case I’ve seen is around 30% but let’s be as pessimistic in our cost as we’re being optimistic in our benefit. 3 months for 4,900,000 people is 14.75 million months or 1,229,250 life years lost. And if that number increases linearly, a 30% contraction would see 5,762,109 life years lost.

    That makes our cost / benefit for this a cost of between 1,229,250 and 5,762,109 life years lost versus between 15,400 and 490,000 life years saved. None of that looks good to me.

    And when you factor in that Wuhan after 8 weeks of lockdown managed to get a brand new cluster***; we’re not going to be free of this virus. Not for a long time. It’s here to stay and our options are either, lock everybody up in their houses for the next 2 years or accept that our government fucked it up, that we need to protect the vulnerable and our borders but that the rest of us can carry on with our lives.

    *** (Wuhan stopped transport 23 January, all non-essential business shutdown 11 February and only re-opened 8th of April. The new cluster is 6 people, 5 of them asymptomatic)

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    • Did they have a dirty little queer running around poking his arse were it should not have been too?

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  6. That’s a hell of a change in your choice for employment. The trouble with lefties is they believe anyone is retrainable to do any job necessary.

    From pouring wine to poisoning wallabies? Jobs offered in pest control
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/05/from-pouring-wine-to-poisoning-wallabies-jobs-offered-in-pest-control.html

    In the Budget the Government announced it will spend $1.1 billion creating more than 11,000 jobs in pest and weed control.

    $27 million of that is to cull wallabies in the Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Canterbury and Otago.

    It is also investing more than $19 million in a range of initiatives to help people recently made redundant into about 10,000 primary sector jobs.

    “We’ll have people on the ground, we’ll have to do some poisoning and do some monitoring,” Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor told Checkpoint.

    “We estimate up to 1.5 million hectares in the South Island and up to half a million in the North Island around the Bay of Plenty is infested with wallabies.

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    • I can think of one particular pest that needs culling. That horse face that is ruining the country.

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    • Liarbour are big on announcements but thats where it ends. What positive outcomes have they achieved? Nothing. Zilch. Nada.
      They have given over $1 000 000 000 to maori and pacific islanders..for what?
      Kiwibuild. A complete flop. I could go on. Out of their depth is an understatement. Bastards. Liars. Deviants.

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  7. NZ wasn’t going to let him enter but he’s been in self-isolation for 3 months since leaving South Africa.

    Canadian sailor, oblivious to Covid-19 pandemic, lands in Christchurch after months at sea

    A Canadian sailor who has spent the last three months alone at sea has landed at Christchurch’s Lyttelton Harbour to find a world changed by Covid-19.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2020/05/15/canadian-sailor-who-spent-nine-months-at-sea-lands-in-christchur.html?auto=6156817528001

    The pandemic caught him by surprise when New Zealand officials started to query whether he was planning to spend 14 days in self isolation upon landing.

    “Initially they said, ‘You can’t come here,’ so I was like, ‘Where am I gonna go, right,’” he says, laughing it off.

    “I was the most isolated person on the planet, they didn’t want to let me in. It was too funny!”

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  8. Be very afraid ,Alfies wife just said ” NZ wasn’t perfect before the Coronavirus,now we have a chance to fix those things and build a better NZ” , this from a leader of the party that fashoined and F—D KIWIBUILD ,and has now come out with KIWIBUILD 2 ,JeeeeeeeeeeZ is this shit ever going to end ?
    Their plan is to confront problems as they turn up rather than looking forward and stopping the problems before they hit us , and now plod can kick your door down without any sort of warrant. FFUUUUCCKKK.

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    • Love that people are taking the piss out of Ardern and her belief system. She is a nasty commie who is dividing our country into approved and disapproved groups. If you are approved you get taxpayer funding frittered around you, if you are in a disapproved groups you get accused of being ridiculous or a visit from the Ardern’s police force.

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  9. They all want to run for office so they can avoid prosecution………ain’t gonna happen.

    Susan Rice says she would ‘certainly say yes’ to be Biden’s VP

    Former Obama administration national security adviser Susan Rice said she would “certainly say yes” if presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden asked her to be his running mate.

    https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/497924-susan-rice-says-she-would-certainly-say-yes-to-be-bidens-vp

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    • The Greens won’t like this either, but we love the latest Waikato Expressway extension! This morning hubby and I drove up to Ohinewai (on the way to Auckland) and back to try out the new Taupiri leg of the Waikato expressway. Traffic was light and the trip was quick and easy now we don’t have to wend our way through the back streets of Huntly and funnel between Taupiri Mountain and the grungy part of the Waikato River. We were back in Hamilton in record time and back home after lunch at our favourite country cafe. 🚙 😎

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      • So we can bypass all those Maoris standing on the SH1 outside the burial ground on the hill at Taupiri.
        Yee Ha

        I suspect now they were just practicing for their police approved illegal roadblocks !!

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        • There are ‘sentries’ of Maori poles of various types on the surrounding hills. We named them as we passed by! Bet they weren’t cheap installations but then the taxpayer no doubt paid along with koha to appease the local pesky taniwha.

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    • I’ve said this once before. Every suicide that is a direct or indirect result of this illegal communist lockdown is on that BITCH Ardern’s head.
      Every one.

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    • WTF from the story “Brody left a note but his parents haven’t been able to read it because police took it for forensic examination”.

      Fucking aresholes. And Jacinda has blood on her jands, lots of it. Every Covid suicide…..

      Fucking Bitch.

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    • And a bill for fifty thousand million dollars.

      I remember when my partner was diagnosed with secondary cancer. We didn’t know where the primary source was, and we were told a scan to find that out would cost $2,000 and the DHB wouldn’t pay that.
      Funny how perspectives change.

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    • Why do you quote that nonsense Chuck?

      Do you pay at the store with monopoly money?

      These numbers are meaningless

      Many people have had the illness as far back as February and recovered.
      The Ashley Doomfield number is a just a political number.
      It has no basis in medical fact.

      They are working out in the UK that people were sick from mid December and in January but recovered .
      I guess that wont be in the Horrid or TVScum.
      They are fact free.

      there are multiple multiple strains in circulation as well.

      What needs to be established is if this corona virus mutates which makes a vaccine near impossible
      Ergo, Kontrol forever
      The ‘common cold’ Rhino Virus mutates so cannot be vaccinated against
      We (THEY) never destroyed the world economy for the common cold.
      Wake up, Chuck

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  10. Another case of domestic murder? How many women were done in while in lockdown by their other half? Unintended consequences under Socialist Cindy’s lockdown rules. I realise some men will have suffered as well but I haven’t noticed any men actually being killed by their angry, frustrated wives. //

    Man charged with murder after woman found dead in Te Anau
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/05/man-charged-with-murder-after-woman-found-dead-in-te-anau.html

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  11. More refugee families to be reunited in NZ as Government doubles quota

    More refugee families may soon be able to reunite under a new funding boost promised over the next few years by the Government.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/more-refugee-families-reunited-in-nz-government-doubles-quota?auto=6153256961001

    Ms Ghahraman says being reunited with their families gives refugees the best chance at settling in to their new environments without their loved ones stuck in conflict overseas.

    Describing the old rules as “outdated”, she says the change is something to celebrate as the change will help to “vastly improve the system.

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    • How will incoming refugees from countries with
      – a relatively low average IQ,
      – no skills,
      – a distrust of things Western / Far Eastern,
      – a great love for their own culture,
      – a distrust of secular authority,
      add value to New Zealand?

      Mind you, more problems mean more work for the police and a multitude of aid and assistance bodies, funded NGOs, government departments, and others who are paid by the tax-payer.
      Shouldn’t the people of NZ get to vote on whether they want to take in refugees or not?
      With the economic collapse happening, we will have enough trouble lookign after our own citizens (as well as the ones returning from overseas).

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      • I thought we didn’t have enough housing for 16,000 Kiwis?! and we are heading into an overflowing group of new unemployed. Why do we put up with this haphazard virtue signalling COL spending taxpayer funding when we can’t afford to look after our own. NZ needs to sort themselves out before importing others.

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      • More taxpayer sucking. Most taxpayers by now have grown an unusual feature.
        Yep Its called a taxpayer tit. Soon they will line us all up at a service station, having removed the petrol pumps and installed tax milking machines. They will suck you dry.

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          • Sounds like Germany or Sweden. Why do they hate their own culture so much? From a Japanese perspective, such an attitude is very hard to understand. Your culture is like your mother (and father). It gave you life. And yet you hate it?
            (Yes, I know there are some lousy parents out there, but I think you understand what I am trying to say.)

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            • Most kiwis don’t hate our culture. There are a lot of “imports” from Britain and the US who get themselves in positions to make decisions for us and tell us diversity, etc is good for us! Why did they move here if they don’t like our kiwi lifestyle!?

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    • Is the fucking insane? Our government is taking on more debt than we know what to do with and she’s aiming at bringing more people here for us to pay for?

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      • Here we go again.
        “…taking on more debt than we know what to do with…”

        Will we ever see that money?
        Yes. In wheelbarrows!

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    • Get back on the plane Golly and fuck off. We are done with imported cnuts like you. Come into MY fucking country thru the backdoor, demand change to OUR paradise and OUR way of living, trying YOUR best to turn NZ into a multi cultural shithole with alien rubbish bag wearing stoneaged neanderthals who dont and NEVER WILL fit in with OUR way of living and OUR CULTURE !
      Fuck off, you mongrel.

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      • ” the change will help to “vastly improve the system.”

        What do you mean improve the/our system? Who are you to question OUR system? You are an import. You have no right to ‘change our system’!! Have you fucking asked anyone of us??! You arrogant fuck.

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        • A few tidbits on the persian green party radical, Ghahraman.

          *On the green party list.
          *After the Greens gained 0.5% of the vote in special votes she was elected to Parliament. ( would I be able to run for Parliament in Iran? )
          *Ex UN lawyer who defended war criminals and “given a choice, she would do it again”.
          *Advocated giving prisoners the right to vote
          *Introduced a bill proposing that the mmp threshold be reduced to 4%
          *Wanted to bring home NZ’er Mark Taylor who had joined Islamic State.
          No wonder she needs a Police escort/babysitter. David Seymour was right. Golriz Ghahraman is “a menace to our freedoms”.

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  12. Just listened to Leighton Smith’s latest podcast. It includes a chat with Roger Douglas. Roger thinks the current Govt is as bad as Muldoon’s but the way they are going they might make Muldoon look quite good !!!

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    • These buggers will criticise the hell out of Muldoon.. then do exactly what he did.
      Make work schemes to hide politically unfavourable unemployment; inflation; probable stagflation; huge debt.
      zero focus on productivity.

      Then ArDoom has form for criticising ScoMo and Boris (via her tools the media (and tools they are) and doing exactly what they do
      As per NW orders.

      Still, I was not impressed with Woodhouse openly criticising Muldoon, a former recent Notional PM
      Esp when Notional support the majority of Liebour policy today.
      Gun theft, zero carbon crap. Pathetic.

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  13. Auckland now has water restrictions.

    This is massive incompetence/corruption

    There were dry years in 1987; 1998, 2008, and 2013
    There was not really in 1994 but they fabricated it in order to fast-track the Waikato pipeline connection.
    This was going nowhere.
    Create a crisis.
    Rush through rules ‘under urgency’

    Gosh does this sound familiar… 2020
    A Crisis
    Rush through rules ‘under urgency’
    Manufactured crisis. Ask the mule toothed commie for more info

    There was high rainfall in 1991 and 1992 but no management.

    there was very high rainfall in 2017 and 2018 (massive) but no management.
    Normal rainfall is about 1100 to 1200 mm
    Actual rainfall pa :-
    2016 1104mm
    2017 1523mm
    2018 1755 (50% above mean)
    2019 1058 mm (a bit below avg but within 10%)

    There has been an application for additional water take from the Waikato river since ….2013.
    Fecking bureaucracy!!

    There have been no damns built in 40 years despite the population nearly trippling and people have been paying water rates (direct income) since 1995.
    This was part of Penny Brights original campaign.

    For a quarter century people have paid for water to be supplied but the useless pricks in charge have been out to lunch.

    I pay, they supply.
    This is appalling management.
    the CEO is an Indian so no surprises at the corruption and incompetence.

    Cut out the lies and sort out the water you overpaid drongos
    The Watercare wanker CEO Raveen Jaduram is paid $770,000 pa to deliver.
    What a useless shit.
    Public servants used to serve..without outrageous salaries.
    In 1990 they spent $1 million on an advertising campaign to NOT build a dam.
    Penny Bright had these bastards sussed.

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    • Do you think anyone will remember Penny and be graceful enough to acknowledge now that she was right and they were wrong?
      Unlikeley. Sadly. Aucklanfd needs to run out of water and then maybe some heads will roll and salaries get slashed. No water no income. sounds like a good day of reckoning to me.

      Listen quietly and hear them all whinge.

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      • Agree Vicking but why is Auckland Watercare paying their boss over $750.000 to control it, anyone else wouldn’t have a job and the rate payer has to suffer again.

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  14. Another one.
    Scenic Hotel Group national procurement manager. Family requests donations to men’s health, or some other mental health outfit in lieu of flowers.

    Not sure if this was in the msm anywhere?

    One can only speculate as to the role that the plandemic played in this death. All the same, I wonder if the number fudgers are keeping count.
    3 more lately in Blenheim area too.

    But it’s only just getting warmed up, wait a few more weeks or months yet.
    If there’s one thing labour can actually do well, it’s evil cunning. Unemployment and business closure numbers kept artificially down until after the election. Then it’s gloves off, and we’re all going to get a bloodied nose.

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    • We have recorded 21 deaths from Covid-19.
      How many deaths will be recorded from lockdown?

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    • The should have called them the “Space Rangers.”
      Maybe the Space Force will have a division of Space Marines or Space Rangers in the future.
      Who knows.
      They had better invent a novel method of thrust drive. The old liquid-fueled rockets haven’t changed much in 80 years. Where’s that “Epstein Drive” when you really need it?

      Ooops!
      I just realised that due to a cock-up by the Temporal Police, his grandfather was hung by toilet paper in his cell (before the young Epstein could be born.)
      Cultural ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVDUd-mPkSg

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      • Not a lot of water in space for Marines !

        Perhaps Space Cadets is a more appropriate job title.

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        • I hear there may be a celestial watering hole over on the dark side of the moon.
          It’s affectionately referred to as the space – bar. 🚀🌘🌗🌒🌑🍺🍻🥂

          Donald J. Trump
          @realDonaldTrump
          Today I was presented with the brand new @SpaceForceDoD
          flag in the Oval Office. I will take Great Pride in displaying it at the
          @WhiteHouse

          https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1261362777517678593

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  15. Scott Morrison has warned parents he plans to scrap “free childcare” as soon as practicable describing the current COVID-19 arrangements as not sustainable.

    The current free childcare pandemic pledge was designed in the early days of the coronavirus, when attendance rates plummeted and childcare operators warned they faced collapse are due to expire on June 28.

    https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/coronavirus-australia-june-28-deadline-looms-for-free-childcare/news-story/0090742c25dd3d9099d110cdaf8b042d?fbclid=IwAR3rMzwu7Gf2m3eT5NEvDoMKBnIim–8xBZTUp70oWD7XFBEzCleIyV-1xc

    How soon can we get this done here?

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  16. Whinge, whinge, whinge…

    COVID-19: New Maori Party candidate accuses Government of ‘ethnic cleansing’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/05/covid-19-new-maori-party-candidate-accuses-government-of-ethnic-cleansing.html

    Pokere-Phillips is also concerned at the lack of engagement with Māori during the public health crisis. She says the lower rates of testing for COVID-19 in Māori populations puts them at higher risk of an outbreak.

    Modelling released in April by research group Te Pūnaha Matatini shows that because of underlying health conditions, socioeconomic disadvantage and structural racism, the death rate for COVID-19 could be 2.5 times higher for Māori.

    “The lack of Māori response by the Government to COVID-19, the lack of Māori engagement with Māori leadership during the lockdown, the removal by force of our rights protected under Te Tiriti o Waitangi and legislation rushed through under urgency further eroding civil liberties, in short is ethnic cleansing,” Pokere-Phillips says.

    According to the latest data, Māori represent 8 percent of the total cases so far – or 126 people.

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    • Waikato@1651

      This would seem to be a case of ‘grandstanding’ to catch votes in September.

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      • Blah blah maori lack of engagement blah blah blah racism..blah..colonisers..blah blah we are special..blah blah blah. Dont you cnuts ever STFU?!

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        • It is obvious that every complainer that gets their 2 minutes in the media have learnt the necessary key words to trot out verbatim. Maori have had an extra $1billion of taxpayer funding handed to them recently on top but it is never ever enough!!!! 🤨

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    • Is it not possible for the iwi to pool their resources and buy coronavirus testing kits? Surely some of their members would be health professionals with the skills to use the kits?
      What is wrong with the intiative, enterprise and problem-solving ability of so many iwi?

      (Oh, I forgot. They hate each other….)
      //

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      • I read today that there are so many of the whanau wanting to go to med school that they are now having to do due diligence to find out who might be intelligent enough.
        Not before time.

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      • Didn’t they get $50mill right at the start of this mess. If they want they can buy all the testing kits they want. So it is just a political rant.

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  17. I have just looked at my Fly Buys and there was an option to get points by doing Colmar Brunton polls, I shall do them for my country.

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  18. Fuck, I hate Labour and their ministers and some of the stupid people that vote for them. Unfortunately I work with a whole bunch of Jacinda Loving scyophants. I just shut up and leave the table when they start their gushing. Its just not worth engaging. Now look at this shit. https://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2020/05/greens_vote_under_urgency_for_warrantless_search_powers_for_police.html And the cock sucking Greens just go along with it. They obviously have not read history. Look at the way tyrants always destroy their trusted friends….

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  19. So the entitled PM and her gormless bed buddy turned up at a restaurant in Welly for brunch this morning without a reservation.
    Do they not read the press releases, or do they think these little inconveniences don’t apply to them?
    Jethro took the blame, but then he has form for not bothering to acquaint himself with the rules, doesn’t he.

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  20. Yahoo seem to be getting it.

    Obamagate Is Not a Conspiracy Theory

    Those sharing #Obamagate hashtags on Twitter would do best to avoid the hysterics we saw from Russian-collusion believers, but they have no reason to ignore the mounting evidence that suggests the Obama administration engaged in serious corruption.

    Democrats and their allies, who like to pretend that President Obama’s only scandalous act was wearing a tan suit, are going spend the next few months gaslighting the public by focusing on the most feverish accusations against Obama. But the fact is that we already have more compelling evidence that the Obama administration engaged in misconduct than we ever did for opening the Russian-collusion investigation.

    https://news.yahoo.com/obamagate-not-conspiracy-theory-214627867.html

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  21. I havent seen this word used before by the Department of Labour. In relation to an issue between contractor drivers and Freightways. “Inspectorate”

    “In a statement, the Ministry for Business employment and innovation said the Labour Inspectorate was concerned that the situation raised questions about the employment status of the courier drivers and their integration into the business of the courier companies.

    “The Inspectorate is pursuing inquiries accordingly.”

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    • common term Mike.

      The good thing about this is that many courier companies treat their franchisee’s like slaves. Work the shit out of them based on a commission. Many work for way less then the minimum wage while also supplying a vehicle which is company supplied. Their day is essentially controlled by the company other then the turning of the steering wheel. They are essentially franchised employees with few rights. Needless to say the get sold a bill of goods by the companies and finish up disgruntled and leaving losing thier money.
      Long past time this was fixed for the benefit of the customers and the couriers.
      Its a race to the bottom.

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      • Thanks for that. Ive never heard of the term.
        Yes courier companies/contractors/ wage drivers, I have had exposure to the industry.
        Back in the very late 70’s and early 80’s being a contractor driver was money for jam.
        There were infact waiting lists with New Zealand Couriers to become an o/d..or owner driver.
        $1.00 for a pick up and $1.50 for a delivery. Good coin back then. But as you rightly mentioned nowdays its a race to the bottom. Working with recent figures, some couriers are only netting about 5 bucks an hour after you have paid expenses. Its just not worth it, becoming an o/d nowdays.

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  22. Another cell phone tower attacked in suspicious Wellington fire
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/05/another-cell-phone-tower-attacked-in-suspicious-wellington-fire.html

    Fire and Emergency was called to the 4G tower in Porirua at about 2:20am today to extinguish a blaze in the gully near the site.

    There have been 14 suspected attacks on towers owned by Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees in Auckland, Wellington and Northland over the past six weeks.

    Two such attacks took place in the early hours of 15 May in Ōtāhuhu and Favona in South Auckland.

    Towers were also damaged in Māngere on Tuesday 12 May, as well as in Papatoetoe on 28 April and Manurewa on 5 April.

    A 37-year-old man was charged with arson in relation to the Manurewa incident and was next due to appear in court later this month.

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  23. More young, white, middle class require Jobseeker Support
    The rate at which people are going on Jobseeker Support has slowed in recent weeks, following a spike in late-March/early-April.

    A net 2,422 people went on Jobseeker Support in the week to May 8, according to the latest Ministry of Social Development data.

    So as at the end of last week, there were 186,826 people on Jobseeker Support.

    The number of new people to go on Jobseeker Support in a week peaked at 9,470 in the week to April 3.

    This could in part be because an influx of New Zealanders returned home from overseas before the borders were shut.

    Despite the slowdown, COVID-19 has seen a net 41,820 people go on Jobseeker Support. In other words, the number of people on Jobseeker Support increased by 41,820 in the seven weeks to May 8.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/105047/more-young-white-middle-class-people-become-beneficiaries%C2%A0-2422-more-people-received

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  24. They say that for three decades, Western nations have pursued a policy of strategic engagement with China. We hoped that by trading and engaging ever more closely with China, it would open up and move towards democracy over time. In fact, if anything, China has become steadily more authoritarian.

    Although New Zealand is the second-most dependent of the five powers on China for imports, its unique profile of dependency means it is of arguably greater concern. There are 34 categories of goods, five sectors, and one industry on which New Zealand alone within the five powers is strategically dependent on Chinese imports.

    Of the five powers, New Zealand is alone within the Five Eyes in that it is strategically dependent on China for printed circuits (67%), the crucial building block of much modern technology. It is also dependent on China for its supply of peroxosulphates (64%), the chemical used to etch copper into circuit boards and which China has been accused of dumping. 84 It is also strategically dependent on China for a series of goods with critical industry applications including benzene (97%), molybdenum (76%), categories of refractory bricks (69%), lathes (65%), solid caustic soda (57%), portal and pedestal jib cranes (55%), as well as six categories of simply processed steel and aluminium and one sector of such goods. Uniquely, New Zealand also appears to have a dependency on China for its transport system, including railway rolling stock at an industry level (65%), rubber inner tubes (56%), and transport vessels (71%).

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/105050/conservative-british-think-tank-says-we-face-grave-threat-china-and-it-time-decouple
    New Zealand stands alone within the five powers in being dependent on China for its supply of streptomycin (95%), an essential medicine classified as “critically important to human medicine” by the WHO. 85 New Zealand is also overwhelmingly dependent on China for other forms of antibiotics including penicillins (96%) and tetracyclines (95%). Perhaps of most concern is New Zealand’s total dependency on China for acetylsalicylic acid, more commonly known as aspirin. In 2019, 100% of its imported supply originated from China.

    Grim reading for NZ.

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  25. Hardware stores boom as New Zealanders get back into DIY
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/05/hardware-stores-boom-as-new-zealanders-get-back-into-diy.html

    DIY supplies were sorely missed in lockdown, and Kiwis eagerly stocked up on Saturday so they can get stuck in again.

    But level 2 precautions mean it’s far from hardware as usual.

    “You have to control the customers and how they are coming in and how many are coming in. And we have a spit protector on the counter,” Hammer Hardware manager Taylor Mansfield says.

    At Bunnings it’s a similar story. The chain is limiting the number of customers allowed in, encouraging contactless payments, and supplying hand sanitiser.

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  26. Germany in recession with economy in worst plunge since global financial crisis

    Germany’s economy shrank by 2.2 percent in the first quarter compared to the final three months of 2019, preliminary official statistics have shown. It’s the biggest slump in a decade for Europe’s largest economy.

    The German economy’s decline, however, is not as bad as in some neighboring countries. France and Italy have posted first-quarter contractions of 5.8 percent and 4.7 percent respectively.

    The German government has already announced some 1.2 trillion euros ($1.3 trillion) to support the nation’s businesses. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has promised a stimulus program in early June that will focus on investing in a “modern and climate friendly future.”

    https://www.rt.com/business/488749-germany-sharp-recession-financial-crisis/

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  27. Burundi Becomes 2nd African Nation To Expel WHO

    The government confirmed on Thursday that a May 12 letter from the foreign ministry was sent to WHO country head Walter Kazadi Mulombo and three others of the U.N. body’s health experts, ordering them out by Friday.

    Bernard Ntahiraja, the foreign affairs assistant minister, said the officials had been declared “persona non grata” but did not give reasons.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/burundi-becomes-2nd-african-nation-expel-who

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  28. Keep the bucket handy.

    Medical School: Who gets in and why

    The average mark for the sub-category entrants is not held by the university and it was not able to provide it before deadline.

    The thresholds do not apply to Māori and Pasifika candidates. They are assessed “by reference to specific material provided by applicants about their engagement with their communities”.

    Wiremu*, now training to be a general practitioner, was one of those students who benefited from affirmative policies designed to increase Māori in the medical workforce. A product of kohanga reo and a low decile Māori immersion primary school, he had a flair for science and wanted to work with people.

    His low decile high school had not prepared him well for the highly competitive intermediate year at Auckland University, but he worked “his guts out” and was accepted into its medical school.

    His life experience in different sections of the community, including gang families, enables him to relate to patients better than a book-smart, nerdy type from a privileged background, he says.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/300013258/medical-school-who-gets-in-and-why

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  29. Bill Gates Caught Giggling Gleefully When CNN Host Tells Him American Economy May Be Destroyed

    Social media users were horrified with Gates’ less than sympathetic display, with many describing his performance on CNN as psychopathic.

    “He does a little laugh every time he talks about human suffering. I’ve noticed,” D Watkinson said.

    “Totally agree. Does it all the time. Duping delight it’s called. Subconscious Micro expressions of joy,” said Clifford Worley.

    “I have noticed as well. It gives me chills to think that someone can be so evil and wish such great harm,” said Helisa.

    https://en-volve.com/2020/05/13/bill-gates-caught-giggling-gleefully-when-cnn-host-tells-him-american-economy-may-be-destroyed/
    (Original interview 5 min 22 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5klk4ZEEsk)

    And this…..jeez.
    Psycho Mayor of Chicago says we must choose leaders who have “pledged allegiance to the New World Order”.

    https://twitter.com/TruthHammer888/status/1260829577460330496

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