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    • I fear that date more than I look forward to it.

      Now, sadly I think we have every reason to believe the election is going to herald in much oppression and theft by the government all in the name of “Equaliddy” and “Diversiddy”. Anyone who has worked hard, made sacrifices and was looking forward to a degree of comfort and independence in their retirement – is going to be dispossessed by the state.

      National are in an absolute mess, and will be just as punitive to the productive in society. They are less fit to govern now than they’ve every been in my opinion. Seymour is at best 3rd rate – he is a silly little policy wonk and he doesn’t know how to prioritise. He wasted three years in 2014 when he could have done something valuable – instead he went after secondary issues and let the things of national importance on his plate slide. A vote for him is a vote for ongoing mediocrity. NC are being frozen out and suffocated by the far left media. The Greens are moving further to the left full of overseas infiltrators and race-baiting hate merchants.

      And the populace has been brainwashed and infantilised.

      I’m now ready to make my predictions for the election on seats in the House (+/- 2)
      – Labour 59
      – Greens 7
      – NZF 7
      – Maori Pty 3
      – National 39
      – ACT 5

      And that blood-curdling frightening result is going to be made possible because more than 6% of the vote is going to be wasted



      • Sorry but you are being unduly pesamistic.
        You are talking yourself into a funk.

        Not sure that you understand the reality of being one of 121 but if you look at results acheived then Seymour stands out from almost every other pollitician. He has tackled the hard to do and made good legislation, despite the odds.
        Only MP to stand up to the Nasty PM over guns.

        We need a lot more support for his work.

        Try it you will like it.
        Party Vote ACT.
        Been telling you’se this for years.
        Time to listen.



        • Viking – I wish I shared your enthusiasm, but Seymour is still a globalist who fully supports the UN Migration pact. He’s part of the problem. Yes – he has voted against insanity – but that’s like giving him credit for being able to pee standing up, it shouldn’t be something you get applauded for. It’s what you should do without thinking. I know when I get in the voting booth I’ll think v hard about tactically voting for him – but tactical voting is a vote for the status quo. It’s an admission of defeat. One’s vote is important and to vote other than one’s conscience is selling out and admitting evil has won and democracy doesn’t mean anything anymore. I will never forgive Seymour for doing such a piss poor half pie clusterfuck of Charter Schools – if there had been 500 of them it would have been much harder to snuff them out – but he pissed around like a four year old playing with mud pies.

          I just don’t see how ACT with 5 MPs changes anything when National are now further left than Helen Clark’s government were in 1999.

          Feel free to put your numbers up for how you think things will play out. The scene is perfectly set. With the big wasted vote count coming – MMP is going to do what it was designed to do – it’s going to bias hugely in favour of the left and we’re going to get a heavily skewed result.

          Bolger did this. Quisling. Doesn’t he have a statue somewhere that can be torn down?



          • “…I will never forgive Seymour for doing such a piss poor half pie clusterfuck of Charter Schools – if there had been 500 of them it would have been much harder to snuff them out…”


            Charter Schools were a **golden opportunity** to make a *huge* crater in the Left’s “cultural monopoly”.
            Now they’re gone and it will be a bloody long and tough road to get them back again.
            Given that the electoral system completely favours the Left, I can’t see them ever coming back.
            I would *love* to be wrong.



  1. Well well well, no surprise.
    The poster boy war lord, Raz of SHAZ. is now showing his true colours for the Democrats, antifa and social justice warrriors.

    Perhaps Trump can take his time, enough rope, to hang the governor, the mayor and councilors as they are the ones who seemed to exalt homophobic racist lying criminal behaviour.
    But I figure they do not really care,

    Will the rest, now cancel culture that?
    Can Raz of SHAZ Napoleon talk himself out of that? or will he be Robspierred?

    Still he holds a card, as Mao tse tung said, “Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” his “military assault gun” and the other tofu vegans will stay in line.

    Any way pop corn time, either of which ways it goes.

    Warlord’s Problematic Old Tweets Resurface

    Such nasty nasty words to use. 🙂



  2. Such highly paid people to be hired in the name of ……

    Maryland-based university canceled classes for a “day of healing” and hired a new associate vice president for diversity and inclusion at a cost of $140,000 annually.

    How other times do they fall for this?
    Crying wolf, but others are subverting this for their own power, control and money, when it is really them running with “domestic terrorism”, creating their own terror.



  3. Watching Canadian TV on line this morning when I was astounded to see that the wily Canadians appeared to have come up with a new half breed St Bernard rescue dog then i realised it was actually Justin Trudeau.
    That creature is a man boy copy of our long faced dear leader or is it the other way around ,
    why do all these younger liberal leaders look and sound the same ,maybe there’s a lab in Wuhan knocking these mealy mouthed ,weak,head nodding traitors out by the dozen.



  4. “An anonymous letter has been circulating, purportedly written by a @UCBHistory professor. We have no evidence that this letter was written by a History faculty member,” the UC Berkeley History department tweeted Friday evening,” adding “We condemn this letter: it goes against our values as a department and our commitment to equity and inclusion.”

    Just scroll down a little to get to the letter.

    And yet, I see my department uncritically reproducing a narrative that diminishes black agency in favor of a white-centric explanation that appeals to the department’s apparent desire to shoulder the ‘white man’s burden’ and to promote a narrative of white guilt.

    Whether it is fake or not, it is the points in the letter that needs to be addressed.
    The comments and debate about that give a reasonable take..



  5. Unlike Seattle’s Chaz that only fakes a “summer of love”
    Hungary put into practice family orientated policies.

    “The recent demographic figures speak for themselves,
    the number of marriages is at its 40-year high,
    the fertility rate at its 20-year high,
    while the divorces haven’t been as low as last year in the last six decades,” Novák said. ….
    “Hungary has a long-term approach and opts for the more difficult path, as a result of which, however, Europe could become an economically strong, rejuvenated continent.
    Either we encourage births by placing the interests of families in the focus of politics, or we encourage ever further flows of migration.”
    “What we need is not numbers, but Hungarian children:
    we’re not seeking to sustain an economic system, but Hungary, the Hungarian nation and Hungarian history;
    we want to encourage the continuation of our families for several generations,” the spokesman concluded.


    Keeping the fake refugees at bay, with their high ongoing costs, and basically sorting out thier own problems, by looking after their own.



  6. This cultural heritage treaty seems to in part ratify the statue problems, etc.. as official cover ups. hiding things.
    A way of taking “official offense”?

    An Italian newspaper has warned that a “diversity” clause in a Council of Europe cultural heritage treaty could “erase the true identity” of Italy as it demands “respect for the diversity of interpretations”.

    One would think that clause is some where in the Treaty of Waitangi.



  7. Allegiance to whom?

    …. Assistant Commissioner Basu is the highest-ranking officer in the UK from an ethnic-minority background, one of the top six officers in the Metropolitan Police Service, and one of 50 senior officers across the country. …..
    …… asked the top-brass policeman if he would have been with protesters had he not been an officer. Mr Basu replied: “Really? Probably.” …..

    …. Ken Marsh, chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, has criticised London’s lax policing tactics, saying that they should be dealing with maintaining public order more robustly. He also criticised the city’s Labour mayor, Sadiq Khan, for failing to protect officers.
    In response to Mr Marsh’s criticisms, Assistant Commissioner Basu said: “I don’t agree with that comment. I don’t agree that that is the face of public order policing in the UK today.”
    Mr Basu had said on Wednesday that “taking a knee was and is a powerful symbol of challenge and hope”.
    He continued that he was “moved to see some of our officers do so” — the remarks coming after Met chief Cressida Dick had told Scotland Yard officers not to make the political gesture during protests.
    ….. Basu, who had once said that Muslims should not feel that they have to “assimilate” into British society, then claimed that “racial bias” was “built into the very fabric of our institutions and society” in the UK.


    Putting diversity in the Police Force but the allegiance is gone, to his fellow officers that were injured, and to the country.
    So what is an ordinary copper to do when being pushed under the Mayor’s “diversity” bus.



  8. Part of the “do something”
    “don’t get mad, get even”
    ” that will tell them”

    Hoffman went on to accuse Facebook of “destroying the very fabric of democracy, destroying the very fabric of human relationships and peddling in an addictive drug called anger.”
    “You know it’s just like tobacco, it’s no different than the opioids,” she added.
    “We know anger is addictive, we know we can attract people to our platform and get engagement if we get them pissed off enough.
    So therefore what, we should capitalize on that each and every time?”
    While Hoffman was talking about Facebook, much of the same charges could be made against Twitter.
    Twitter has become a monstrous echo chamber of hysterical nonsense controlled by outrage mobs who abuse the platform to threaten criminal acts as well as intimidating, doxxing and attempting to ruin people’s lives for the sin of holding an alternate opinion.
    Much criticism of social media is framed in the context of its “threat to democracy,”


    “get them first before they get you”
    and so it goes to make a “dog eat dog world”.



  9. OH OH ,A Second wave of Coronavirus is erupting in China and the filthy Xi Jinping has put the entire region on a “war footing” closing down wet markets etc, and oh dear its in Beijing .



  10. Following Maggy’s post last night about a KB posters Hansard research on Richard Seddon, I looked at some of the other comment on the matter.
    I was amazed that some had not understood Judith Collin’s comment on TV. One actually thought it meant Collins was all in on the statue removal bandwagon. Some in the MSM were the same. Clearly Collins is just far too subtle for many.

    A shame because I thought it was one of best, most pointed and “right on target” political comments I have read for a long time.



  11. The commonality of who is being a “useful idiot”.

    ….. enunciated the common goal of both movements: “This s–t won’t ever stop unless we f–kin’ take it all down.” ……
    …. on abundant display in the recent riots, and continues, to the apparent delight of Muslims …..


    One lot is seeking to return to its so called “golden age” of blood & slaves, about 1000 years ago.



  12. These modellers are desperate to remain relevant, even if they have to back peddle on their advice. They are so oblivious to the fact they wrecked many economies, they think we will still listen to what they have to say.

    Here is the idiot Ferguson saying the UK lock down has not achieved anything, because the UK has not done any better than Sweden




  13. This is an interesting interview

    Senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Dr Victor Davis Hanson | Protests Are More French Revolution Than American
    39 mins

    Victor Davis Hanson is back on the program to dissect and explain the deeper meaning of the protests that are being used to fundamentally transform the country using tactics closer to the French revolution than the American.

    “Their aim is to change every aspect of citizens’ lives”



  14. For people around the world, the spring of 2020 has not been a happy one. The coronavirus pandemic has so far killed an estimated 420,000 people and threatens the livelihoods of up to 1.6 billion.

    China, where the pandemic began, has its own troubles. Top of the list is massive job losses. While the official unemployment rate in the country stands around 6%, that does not include people formally registered as living in rural areas. If migrant workers who have seen their jobs in cities disappear are included, the true joblessness figure jumps to around 20%, according to a private estimate.


    Good read.



  15. China sentences Australian man to death for drug smuggling

    An Australian man has been sentenced to death in China after allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into the country more than six years ago.
    Australian New Zealander Peter Gardner has been in a Chinese jail since 2015 after he was caught allegedly trying to smuggle 30kg of methamphetamine into the country.


    Perhaps we need the death peanlaty for the chinese who send drugs here.
    Biggest exporters of meth in the world they are.



  16. Now, in stage three, Ports of Auckland has narrowed down to just four names – and the public gets to choose the winner:

    Ārahi – meaning to lead, escort, conduct, drive
    E.T. – short for ‘Electric Tug’
    Hiko – meaning electrical, power, electronic, electric, lightning
    Sparky – diminutive of ‘spark’, slang for an electrician, related to electricity, but also sparking change


    If they choose anything other than Arahi there will be rioting in the streets of Auckland by all the woke princesses.



  17. I have looked around the Net a bit trying to find out what those who live or have businesses in this “CHAZ area” in Seattle are saying? I know it does not matter to the anarchists , the Mayor or the Governor but it would be interesting know.



  18. ACT Party demands end to Government’s ‘Unite for the Recovery’ campaign

    After Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern moved New Zealand moved to alert level 1, the Government’s ‘Unite Against COVID-19’ website and information campaign changed to ‘Unite for the Recovery’, with the focus shifting from the immediate health crisis to the economy.

    ACT leader David Seymour says the shift means the Government is now promoting “its own vision for the COVID-19 recovery with taxpayer money”, which would be “totally unacceptable” during the election campaign.

    “We will be three months from election day on Friday. Will Labour follow the rules?”

    A spokesperson for the Prime Minister told Newshub the new campaign was “based on strong feedback from the business community that supporting New Zealand businesses, products, and destinations would be important to our economic recovery”.

    “It would be a shame if that was seen as political.”



  19. Proposed Fale near Parliament aims to celebrate Pacific people’s contribution to NZ

    A dream years in the making is on its way to reality after Wellington city councillors agreed last month to further investigate a proposal for a $35 million Pacific Fale near Parliament.


    Dame Laban, a member of the Fale Malae Trust Board, told TVNZ1’s Tagata Pasifika the fale was more than just a building. She said it was a chance for New Zealand’s Pacific community to celebrate its heritage and history.

    “It’s actually about identity and acknowledging and celebrating the huge contribution that Pacific people have made to Aotearoa New Zealand.”



  20. Comment from across the ditch. Isn’t it amazing the BLM protesters in different countries are all following the same protesting playbook. It’s almost like it has been organised. //

    Statue pull downs ‘cultural vandals.
    Sky News Australia

    These “thugs” who are defacing and destroying statues are determined to “rewrite history” to suit their own agenda, according to Sky News host James Morrow.



    • The organiser of the Auckland protest is claiming NZ Police “Hunt Maori for Sport” and trying to work the idiot crowd into a frenzy…
      I’m not the biggest fan of NZ Police but I feel for them having to put up with this shit- And no politicians dare speak out and support them.
      There were lots of rumours Jacinda Ardern was going to attend- No reports of her there as yet…(Her advisors maybe talked her out of it?)



  21. Happy birthday Liz. 🎈 Just a small celebration on the lawn of Windsor Castle for Queen Elizabeth’s 94th birthday

    Queen makes rare public appearance to celebrate official birthday

    It was the Queen’s first official public appearance since the country went into lockdown in late March.

    The 94-year-old watched a series of drills by the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards in the castle’s quadrangle, instead of the Trooping the Colour event that traditionally marks the occasion.



  22. Auckland Council driving the spending public to the suburban malls by stuffing up Queen st with one way traffic and pandering to the pedestrian! Will it drive the rents down for the all the buildings and make them flle to the burbs as well.



  23. Watching the rugby – “what an exciting moment, sold out ground’ Why am I seeing so many empty seats –
    Announcer Johnson “Blues going hard and going early” Spew material – glad I have switched mainly to league now.



  24. National leader Todd Muller lays out vision for New Zealand in key speech

    “We need a serious discussion this election about our country’s future over the next three, six and nine years – not just cheap slogans and working groups,” he said.

    “Without a Government that is competent to deliver an economic plan, and with a record in sound management, hundreds of thousands of Kiwis will experience unemployment of some form over the next couple of years.

    “However proud we are of how our ‘Team of Five Million’ addressed the health crisis, we cannot risk a Labour Government being in charge of the economic and unemployment crisis ahead.”

    “I’m proud of what National and New Zealand has achieved since then, but I do not yet see an economy that is truly internationally competitive or agile enough to maintain and improve our standard of living. Nor are we as green as we should be.

    “Nor do I see a society where every child is loved by someone, has food on the table, a jacket and decent shoes for winter, and a warm, dry house. I see children coughing all through the winter because of where they live.”

    Muller said he wanted every New Zealander to be able to fulfil their potential, and live with “genuine love” for their neighbours and country.



  25. While walking down the street one day a corrupt politician was tragically hit by a car and died. His soul arrives in heaven and is met by St. Peter at the entrance. “Welcome to heaven” says St. Peter. “Before you settle in, it seems there is a problem. We seldom see an elected representative around these parts, you see, so we’re not sure what to do with you”.

    “No problem, just let me in!” says the MP.

    “Well, I’d like to, but I have orders from the higher ups. What we’ll do is have you spend one day in hell and one in heaven. Then you can choose where to spend eternity”.

    “Really? I’ve made up my mind. I want to be in heaven” says the parliamentarian.

    “I’m sorry, but we have our rules”.

    And with that, St. Peter escorts him to the elevator and he goes down, down, down to hell.The doors open and he finds himself in the middle of a green golf course. In the distance is a clubhouse and standing in front of it are all his friends and other politicians who had worked with him. Everyone is very happy and in evening dress. They run to greet him, shake his hand, and reminisce about the good times they had while cheating and lying to the people they represented.They played a friendly game of golf and then dine on crayfish, oysters and the finest champagne.Also present is the devil, who really is a very friendly guy who is having a good time dancing and telling jokes. They are all having such a good time that before the MP realises it, it is time to go. Everyone gives him a hearty farewell and waves while the elevator rises. The elevator goes up, up, up and the door reopens in heaven where St. Peter is waiting for him “Now it’s time to visit heaven”

    So, 24 hours passed with the MP joining a group of contented souls moving from cloud to cloud, playing the harp and singing. They have a good time and, before he realises it, the 24 hours have gone by and St. Peter returns.”Well, then, you’ve spent a day in hell and another in heaven. Now choose your eternity”.The MP reflects for a minute, then he answers:

    “Well, I would never have said it before, I mean heaven has been delightful, but I think I would be better off in hell”.

    So St. Peter escorts him to the elevator and he goes down, down, down to hell. Now the doors of the elevator open and he’s in the middle of a barren land covered with waste and garbage. He sees all his friends, dressed in rags, picking up the rubbish and putting it in black bags as more rubbish falls to the ground.The devil comes over to him and puts his arm around his shoulders.

    “I don’t understand” stammers the MP. “Yesterday I was here and there was a golf course and clubhouse, and we ate crayfish and oysters, drank champagne,and danced and had a great time. Now there’s just a wasteland full of garbage and my friends look miserable. What happened?

    “The devil smiles at him and says “Yesterday we were campaigning. Today, you voted”.



  26. Ronald Salter, I imagine, didn’t turn his mind to the Criminal Proceeds (Recovery) Bill when it was working its way through Parliament back in 2007. He was busy building his waste removal empire, attending to whatever hobbies rich people get up to (Sprint Car Racing, according to Salter’s Facebook page) and worrying about the All Blacks chances in that year’s World Cup. (Spoiler alert: we lost.)

    This particular piece of legislation didn’t get a lot of media attention and what coverage it did made it clear the law was about drug dealers. Justice Minister Mark Burton declared at the time: “Under the new legislation organised criminal gangs, particularly those involved in large-scale drug dealing, will not need to be caught for every crime that they commit.”

    Salter should have paid closer attention.

    Be afraid. The cops think they can take anything nowdays.
    Apparently building up assets with money earned by a legimate company now creates a criminl proceeds.
    Time for the Law to be put right.
    Nandor tankos got it right way back then.



  27. CPAC to be held in Sydney on 4 November 2020.
    Antifa turned up last year to protest conservatism and free speech.

    Left wing ideology ‘trying to close down’ conservatism

    The Conservative Political Action Conference’s Andrew Cooper says “the penny didn’t drop” until last year’s CPAC where he realised “just what sort of war that’s being waged against traditional conservatism”.

    “Those that want to honour the values of free speech and free markets,” Mr Cooper told Sky News.



    • I’ve been waging war against control freaks & religious conservatives since I was toilet trained yet I have nothing against honouring the “values of free speech and free markets”.

      Perhaps there’s something else that Mr Cooper hasn’t mentioned that’s drawing the fire of those who wish to live Godfree under minimal government intervention. 🙂



    • Andrew Cooper says “the penny didn’t drop” until last year’s CPAC

      Boy’s a bit slo-o-o-o-o-w
      Really slo-o-o-w
      He took until 2019 to work this out !!

      The menace has been apparent since 2015 when these bastards realised Trump could win the Election.
      Where has Cooper been?
      I would not look to CPAC for leadership and direction on that note.



  28. Mother ‘devastated and heartbroken’ after son killed in double fatal crash

    Jordan Gow, 26, was about 15 minutes from starting his shift at work in North Canterbury as he drove along Russley Rd, near the Memorial Arches in Christchurch, about 6.45am on Sunday.

    It is believed another man in his 20s left the BP petrol station on Russley Rd by driving over a kerb and grass verge knocking over a sign. He then turned left, driving past a wrong way sign, and entered the motorway on the wrong side of the road.

    The man then drove for more than 1km with no lights on before colliding head-on with Gow’s car. Both men died at the scene.

    “Who on earth would drive on the wrong side of the road? How did that happen? Were they drunk? Were they on drugs? Were they from another country?

    A police investigation into the crash is under way. There are several signs at the BP car park warning motorists not to exit where the driver entered the motorway.



  29. FFS. who’s the racist. 🙄

    Masterton’s St Patrick’s Catholic Church stirs outrage after posting ‘All Lives Matter’ sign

    The slogan was shared on Saturday by an angry Twitter user who called it “pretty disgusting”.

    “All lives do not matter until black lives matter,” the Twitter user wrote.

    “All lives do not matter until brown lives matter.

    “It’s not white people being shot because they’re white. Learn what white privilege is. This is tone-deaf and racist.”



  30. I have to say it – I can’t see *anything* stopping Cindy from getting a second term except a comet landing on her.

    The brainwashing is just too thorough. The media fawning is too constant. The general public are **too stupid** and have short memories. The “unions first, children last” charter school axings have been long forgotten.

    A few people in earlier posts suggested that Cindy looked stressed. I have no idea *why* she would be feeling that. She does *no work*. She is surrounded by fawning people and gets constant praise from fawning media. Anyway – my bet is that whatever health problem she may have won’t stop her from fronting up at the election.

    If Muller and the Nats manage to get 40 percent, it’ll be a miracle.

    It’s all very depressing.



  31. Hearing rumours about our PM. Is every thing OK on the home front as during the crisis we are facing we need her to be on the ball and capable of acting in our best interests.

    Recent photographs of her are terrible and suggest she could be very stressed.

    Asking for a friend.



    • I hope her life is total shit.

      She has set out for long time (20 years) to make people’s lives shit and used the police (Daddy’s company) as personal Storm troopers.

      She has destroyed the wealth and hard work of hundreds of thousands of law biding, tax paying kiwis in the last 3 months.

      yep, I trust every day it is difficult to get out of bed .

      However for a psychopath this is seldom the case.
      They don’t feel emotion and fake it until they make it.
      All the hugs and lies are learned behavior.
      This critter does NOT care.

      She got her training in London 15 years ago and takes orders from overseas.

      I hope Jethro is off the porch and making brothers and sisters for ‘baybee’
      With Emirates grounded here, he will need to use new techniques to bait his hook.

      Now, will Mike Bush come out of retirement to refute this?



  32. U.S. charges firm president, trader in COVID-19 fraud schemes

    The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California charged Mark Schena, president of Arrayit Corp, with taking part in schemes to defraud the U.S. Medicare program and to mislead investors over COVID-19 tests. It was the Department of Justice’s first criminal securities fraud prosecution related to the coronavirus pandemic.

    The case alleges that Schena and others submitted fraudulent allergy test claims to the Medicare Program that were procured by payment of illegal kickbacks and bribes.




  33. On January 15,1770, Lt James Cook’s ship Endeavour anchored at Ship Cove in the outer reaches of Queen Charlotte’s Sound/Totaranui, South Island, New Zealand. Interaction with local Maori occurred almost immediately.

    Upon examining “several baskets in their canoes”, to “our great surprize” they contained roasted limbs and other human body parts. The chronicler was aware that these had been “lately eaten” because of visible teeth marks. The cooked flesh “… appeared to have been recently gnawed and torn”.
    From first contact the previous year (1769), “we had been before assured (by Maori), that (they) the inhabitants of New Zealand were cannibals from their own concurrent testimonies in many different places (localities)… but had never occular (sic) demonstration of the fact until this time”.




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