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  1. Im fairly sure I saw that bloke in the pub on Friday. The other thing I saw that made me wonder was a Maori guy on a Harley wearing a German helmet – you have to wonder what goes on in his head.

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  2. “John Cleese shows the pathology of extremism”

    “John Cleese vs Extremism”
    https://youtu.be/HLNhPMQnWu4
    2 min 12 sec.
    Circa 1987?

    It would seem that extremism is such an enjoyable state to be in. 🙂
    Timeless as an extremism & religiosity itself. 🙂
    So sad that moderates ruin everything. 🙂

    Even in part, exploins some of the posters here, if they can see themselves, as it can not be me. 🙂
    Robbie Burns:- “Oh would some power the gift give us, To see ourselves as others see us”.

    White men now would be on his list.
    Russians may be changed to Chinese?

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  3. Imagine how dreadful he must have felt stating at the first speech to the nation for the upcoming electing, by stating he joined the liebr party. Many a true word spoken in jest!!!!! Unfortunately there is bugger all difference between them and he could have well joined it. Bloody unbelievable.

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  4. Lizziep, can you imagine the shite he’s going to get at question time ? the talent pool down in that swamp in Wellington is as deep as a snail trail and thats why our country lurches from crisis to crisis endlessly .

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    • Give him time to fuck up again. Then we will see the polls go even lower. Then and only then will we see the only person capable of beating Cindy.
      Judith Collins time will be nigh.
      National are still trying to clone John key. They have this numpty and if he’s no good then they will have Luxton.

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  5. Cindy this morning stating she has no intention of following through with sacking David Clark. A majority of people surveyed want him gone. He’s useless. She’s spineless. He’ll screw up again. She’s got nobody to replace him with.

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  6. Scepticism at Shane Jones’ claim new spend-up will create 800 jobs
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/06/scepticism-at-shane-jones-claim-new-spend-up-will-create-800-jobs.html

    A new $60 million package for regional projects will create at least 800 jobs across the country, according to Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones.

    The money will come out of the Provincial Growth Fund, and be mostly spent on roading and rail projects. A small part of it will go towards the Ministry of Social Development to support workers into training for the new jobs.

    The jobs aren’t glamorous but they’re necessary, Jones told Newshub.

    Just over $27 million will be spent on roading projects in the Bay of Plenty, Manawatu, West Coast, Wairarapa, Taranaki, Waikato and the upper South Island, including cycle trails, road safety, tree clearance and maintenance.

    Independent economist Cameron Bagrie told The AM Show he was sceptical whether the spending would create the 800 jobs promised by Jones, but it’s a “small nudge in the right direction”, with the COVID-hit economy needing new jobs and stimulus from central Government.

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  7. I see in Atlanta the police chief has resigned because one of her officers shot some black criminal trying to escape after firing a tazer at them. I hope this sets a precedent for our own police chief and Cindy.
    With all the suicides resulting from her dramatic piss poor decision making, surely she would do the honest thing?

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    • When that story first hit TVNZ reported it as ‘Police shot a black man who was sleeping in his car’.
      They must have missed the video footage showing him violently assaulting the cops and then stealing their Taser and attacking them with it?

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      • capricorn one , to me it looked like the black dude was trying to shoot the cop with the tazor, the cop was running away FFS if you get shot in the head with a tazor the outcome will be bad.
        The cop turns and shoots whilst running from the guy.

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      • Fake Gnews.
        That is what TV NZ is.

        Ha, now laying off nearly 100 staff.
        Maybe they should have watched that refurbishment budget that blew out from $30 mill to $60 mill.
        They did not care about taxpayers money then.
        They pissed away $2 of taxpayers money for every $1 in the budget.

        Nek minute, they could not afford to pay the annual dividend back to the Govt (taxpayers).

        So TVNZ blew taxpayer money on their ‘happy place’ and the reward for the taxpayer was no more dividends and they are financially incompetent.
        I guess that is why there has never really been any decent Financial reporting in NZ apart from ‘the Independent’.
        TVNZ cannot run their own finances so clearly are not fit to report on it.
        Huh!

        The funny thing is – I think it is hilarious anyhow – the staff ‘got nowhere else to go ‘
        Richard Gere ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T575Pbo4eWM
        14 secs

        No-one else in the lying and dying industry can employ them.
        It is truth time and they are in a corner.
        Learn to code Motherf….kers
        ———————————
        PS.
        Lest we forget.
        TVNZ accumulated $26 million in 1988/89 by showing crap TV in order to build a warchest to blow a start-up private enterprise operation -TV3- out of the water.
        They succeeded in driving the private enterprise to receivership in six months.

        They used public funds/taxpayers money to blow a private enterprise entity into financial ruin.
        Scum of the first order.
        I remember the Sales Manager at the time was on $200 k pa in 1989.
        Double the PM salary.
        Didn’t Judy Bailey get paid $700k a year to read from a cue card in a slot shared with sports readers, weather person, reporters, adverts etc so 5 to 6 minutes work 5 evenings a week for $13,000 a week – in the 1990s.

        Television NZ. Skills resume:- Fake News; Coro St, and wasting other peoples money.
        Notional should have flogged it off in 2011 with the justification it was a sunset operation and there was a GFC.

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        • “‘got nowhere else to go‘”

          Has Little been dropped down the Labour Party list for the election and is wondering about his future?

          There is nothing in the written msm but Sean Plunket on Magic Radio reckons Andrew Little prostrated himself at the BLM protest in Wellington yesterday by apologising for being the age he is and being born white. Did he not learn from David Cunliffe’s “sorry for being a man” cringing apology!

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  8. Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter blames light rail failure on NZTA
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/06/associate-transport-minister-julie-anne-genter-blames-light-rail-failure-on-nzta.html

    RNZ has been leaked a comment posted by Genter in a private Green Party Facebook page, in response to the RNZ story revealing New Zealand First’s position on the project last week.

    In her post, Genter said New Zealand First “would not and could not” have opposed the project in the coalition Government’s first year in power.

    She said the project would be on track, but “the former chair of the NZTA board stopped the work that was being done”.

    Genter declined to comment further when contacted by RNZ.

    The proposal to build light rail from Auckland city to the airport is set out in the confidence and supply agreement between Labour and the Greens.

    But any plan to start work on the project appears to be on hold for now, with coalition partner New Zealand First refusing to support the proposal because of its cost and scale, as well as the potential involvement of Canadian institutional investors.

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  9. Isn’t this the lesson for those protesters demanding change at the BLM marches that most people see a human being in trouble not their colour?

    Suspected far-right protester rescued by Black Lives Matters demonstrator
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/06/suspected-far-right-protester-rescued-by-black-lives-matters-demonstrator.html

    A black man who was seen carrying a white protester to safety during violent protests in the UK at the weekend says he acted purely on instinct.

    Patrick Hutchinson and four friends stepped in to help when the far-right protester was attacked by anti-racism demonstrators in London on Saturday (local time).

    Reflecting on the rescue, Hutchinson told UK news station Channel 4, he didn’t see colour.

    “I just saw a human being on the floor, possibly coming to his end,” he said.

    “There were people trying to protect him but unsuccessfully. And then the guys went in there, they put a little cordon around him to stop him receiving any more physical harm.

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      • Yes, if the cops won’t protect their country then good men will do it for them. Those BLM protesters with their arms full of stolen Nike and Apple products are all there for the cause – their own.
        Pathetic nihilism and greed.

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      • Media scum will not tell the truth.
        It is a post truth world.

        The media scum will not sway from their path of lies and deceit.
        They stand firm on that path and will not desist from their mission of fake news even if good people do good things.
        You have been so advised !!

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  10. Last chance before the September election to demand more from the taxpayer.

    Government playing ‘a lot of catch up’ to lift workers’ pay to living wage – Jacinda Ardern

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government is playing “a lot of catch up” in lifting workers’ wages, but that it’s in negotiations on a case-by-case basis to bring people’s pay up to the living wage.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2020/06/15/jacinda-ardern.html?auto=6164118281001

    Workers and unions are calling on the Government to step up and honour it’s 2017 promise of a living wage for them.

    This morning, Ms Ardern told TVNZ1’s Breakfast the Government had lifted wages to the living wage for core Government employees.

    “The ones that we employ, we have,” she said. “What you’re raising, and rightly so I should add, is the issue of when people are contracted.

    “So that does mean we have a group of individuals who are contracted by the Government or Government agencies. So, for instance, MSD (Ministry of Social Development) security guard workforce who stand outside MSD offices to protect MSD workers where that’s needed, or in places where people will be contracting for cleaning services – there are in some cases there issues being raised about individuals not earning the living wage.”

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  11. If a specific group of people do badly in New Zealand (so that we don’t have a natural equality of outcomes), then do you think it is more due to:
    – cultural factors (e.g. “a B+ is a fail grade. You must get As!”)
    – racial/biological factors (members of group ____ are genetically pre-disposed towards ____)
    – oppression (members of group ____stop members of group ____ from doing ____ and I have evidence of this)

    Or is it a combination of these factors?
    Do different combinations of these factors come into play to ensure inequality of outcomes for different groups?
    Is it a good or bad idea to promote equality of outcomes?
    Does the failure to promote equality of outcomes encourage some groups to treat other groups badly?

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    • Points not freely discussed under “cultural” factors:

      1) If a young Maori lad in 1768 had been asked what he wanted to be his answer would assuredly been “a famous warrior”. There weren’t many other callings on offer & in any case the women took care of food preparation, cleaning, children, gardening etc.

      Fast forward 250 years & the demand for warriors has never been lower. Even those we have are more likely to be flying drones than reducing the population of the tribe next door with spears & clubs. Maori don’t seem to have caught up with this trend.

      2) Education is king. You don’t have to like the idea but it is a fact of life that without qualifications anyone regardless of creed or culture is going to spend their lives doing poorly paid menial work. Indians get it, Singaporeans get it, Japanese have made an art form of it but Maori haven’t cottoned on to the concept.

      There are probably genetic factors but there’s also extensive cross breeding between Maori & other races which should lessen their effects. Long term equality of outcomes is impossible without long term equality of input; a fact that should be blindingly obvious to the dimmest BLM supporter.

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      • Nasska@1051

        FWIW: It is also noticeable that where Maori DO succeed in the ‘real’ world, several factors seem to come into play. These include the following (Random order BTW):

        The presence of a European (preferably as a Father) within the relationship, since as the Alpha Male, the Father sets the tone for what occurs. If he is ‘for’ something then it tends to happen.
        Recognition by the parents (or at least one) of the importance of Education
        The active involvement of BOTH parents (but especially the father) in the education of the family,
        The existence (and active use of) of books / ‘quality’ literature within the home (and active library membership)
        The active participation by both parents in reading to the child / children from a very early (even in utero) age

        I have observed this phenomenon too many times to not conclude that ‘reading’ and ‘education’ are the key for Maori / PI success; and that with those keys they can escape the incredibly-negative world which is Maori / PI culture; culture which actively tries to destroy anyone who dares to want to ‘Become Pakeha’ (Seriously, the term is definitely used) by wanting to ‘Better’ themselves.

        Any child who escapes from such an environment deserves all and any help they can get, since their own ‘culture’ (being tribal in nature ) is (at times viciously and physically) inherently against them; the ‘herd’ must not be weakened by an ‘escapee’.

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        • Timed-out… 🙁

          The parental teaching of both reading and writing is also incredibly important as it opens-up myriad worlds and ideas which would otherwise be denied; worlds to be aspired and ideas to be used as a springboard to greater things beyond both the tribal and family unit.

          Sadly, may children are never given the chance; the ;herd’ mentality rules…

          Thank you.

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        • Maori along with many other 21st century cultures, have been dealt a lousy hand when males are treated as sperm donors as opposed to fathers. I’ve read studies that presumably proved that boys learn confidence & empathy from their natural fathers. Girls with good fathers usually have more successful relationships with men later on in life.

          That is not to say that solo women cannot bring up well rounded kids but the odds are against this happening.

          I think it may have been ‘Northern Wahine” or possibly “Judith” on KB who a few years back cited an article about Maori mothers & their negative attitudes to their children’s education. Too many of them regard their older daughters as free childcare for their siblings & tolerate absenteeism from all.

          Your comment re peer pressure is spot on. Maori society can be looked upon as a bucket of crabs left unattended at the beach. The moment one tries to make an escape his fellows pull him back into the bucket.

          Anyone or any group can handle a few negative influences & succeed but when there is nothing but negativity the individual’s chances are nearly nil.

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          • Nasska@1646

            Thank you. The ‘Crabs in a bucket’ analogy is very accurate and I have heard horror tales about ‘bright’ Maori / PI kids being beaten-up by their Maori / PI peers for daring to want to ‘get ahead’, improve themselves and try to make a success of their lives. Maori girls especially seem to really go in for this, and it is at times difficult to say how much of such activity is motivated by sheer jealousy and / or hopelessness and an an unfortunate awareness that they will never be able to avail themselves of the things the victim’ is trying to attain. The perpetrators are invariably unable to say, they just ‘know’. Tribal disapproval comes in many forms, with peer violence being the most obvious evidence. There are however others…

            Your / Northland Wahine’s comment about ‘baby-sitting’ is also very, very accurate and although my own experience has involved PI communities, very casual observation indicates that the practice is also widespread within Maoridom. It’s certainly ‘Making best use of resource’ but at immense and long-lasting cost to the unfortunate girl-child who has been forced into becoming a surrogate baby-sitter, frequently under threat of extreme duress (PI Society is VERY violent/ especially on the female side, and excessive ‘main force’ is common; frequently for imaginary offences)

            The miracle is that some kids DO somehow escape, although in many instances at huge cost to themselves in terms of being totally rejected by their tribe (at least until they ‘succeed’ and all is forgiven so that the tribe can bask in reflected glory and take all the accolades for being ‘responsible and supportive’ etc. etc. etc. ).Perhaps unsurprisingly, frequently in such cases a European is pivotal in the process.

            Finally, and FWIW, within NZ, Maori tribal attitudes towards education have also pivotal in advancing tribal aspirations with some tribal groups being more ammenable to the need to ‘Learn Pakeha’ than others. The tribes that have taken that aspect on board have done very well, while those that haven’t, haven’t. I’ll leave you to decide which ones are which.

            Thank you.

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  12. Here’s a thought.

    “Super Rugby Aotearoa”

    “Aotearoa” is a stong virtue-signalling marker.

    As a rough rule, if an organization’s name ends in “Aotearoa” you can be sure that it is very, very woke.

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        • Rugby world wide is in huge trouble.
          When Eddie Jones- the coach of the beaten finalists at the RWC less than a year ago- is considering going to League you know it is not good.

          AU Rugby Union in massive disarray and looking at losses in the tens of million.
          Rugby decided to stay with lackluster Bill Beaumont and not move forward.
          and so on

          It will slide back 30 years.
          I read years ago the report on the US Baseball Strike in 1994.
          It set the game back years.
          It does not take much to kneecap and sideline a sport.

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  13. When the Communists take over (read your history), who do they shoot first?
    To answer this question, consider which of the following is the greater threat to the new Communist regime. The left-wing academic writers and thinkers who campaigned for and helped sway public attitudes to enable the Communists to take over? Or the people who remained silent and just wanted to be left alone?

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    • “The left-wing academic writers and thinkers” are first against the wall. After all they’ve already proved themselves capable of influencing opinions & promoting change.

      The bullets the “liberators” will use probably already bear their names.

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      • Exactly.
        The first rule in Realpolitik: eliminate all potential threats to the regime.
        Stalin’s rule: eliminate all imagined threats to the regime. Anyone with talent and ability is a potential threat. Eliminate them!

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      • As put so well in the song from “The Mikado”:

        …”As some days may happen
        That a victim must be found

        I’ve got a little list
        I’ve got a little list
        Of society offenders
        Who might well be underground
        And never would be missed
        They never would be missed

        There’s weightlifters and bodybuilders
        People of that sort
        Bank robbers who retire to spend
        The minute they get caught
        Bishops who don’t believe in God
        Chief constables who do
        All people who host chat shows
        And the guests who’s on them too
        And customs men who fumbling through your underwear insist
        I don’t think they’d be missed
        I’m sure they’d not be missed

        Chorus: He’s got them on the list
        He’s got them on the list
        And then none of them be missed.”……

        http://www.cardinalfang.net/songs/little_list_song.html

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    • Very pertinent Kea. Especially the comment:

      ……”I’ve been listening to this song since I was 5. I’m 44 in a few months. All I can say is nothing has changed.”…..

      Worth mentioning are the race riots in the states during the summer of 1967. What we are seeing is a rerun of the same 50 years later. Maybe those taking part think they are doing something new but those who want civil unrest merely thought it time to press the race button again.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long,_hot_summer_of_1967

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      • It was the hated “boomers” who popularised these progressive liberal ideals.

        A fact lost on toxic little bitches in the Green party who’s “okay boomer” comment was directed at a Gen-X, the same generation as Ardern.

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      • Nasska@1259

        And don’t forget, that Hilary Clinton is up before the judge, so the timing of the intentionally- distracting’ protests is impeccable – Mr Floyd was merely a convenient and useful ‘trigger’ to distract public and media attention from what is likely to be a very ‘interesting’ few weeks.

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  14. ‘Forget about tax cuts’: Economist warns of hikes ahead no matter who wins election
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/06/forget-about-tax-cuts-economist-warns-of-hikes-ahead-no-matter-who-wins-election.html

    While new National leader Todd Muller has promised not to raise taxes or cut benefits if his party wins the upcoming election, an economist is warning he might have little choice but to.

    But with New Zealand facing debt levels unseen since the late 1980s thanks to COVID-19, economist Cameron Bagrie says some tough decisions are going to have to be made.

    “Forget about tax cuts – we’re going to be talking about tax hikes in 2021 to pay for it all,” he told The AM Show on Monday.

    Hikes may not come in income tax, he said, because that would be obvious to anyone who earns a wage or salary.

    “Road user charges look like they’ll be going up… they’re going to try to sneak everything through the door,” said Bagrie.

    “There’s money going out the door, debt is piling up pretty fast – what does that mean for the next generation? Our kids are going to face paying down those numbers. How are we going to do it? Well, you increase taxes, you sell assets, you go tighter in expenditure.”

    Treasury is borrowing more in a single year than it ever has before – $60 billion, three times bigger than its previous record.

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  15. David Seymour attacks Government’s ‘Unite for the Recovery’ plan, accuses it of North Korean-style propaganda
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/06/david-seymour-attacks-government-s-unite-for-the-recovery-plan-accuses-it-of-north-korean-style-propaganda.html

    The ACT Party leader has come out with strong criticism of the campaign, which urges Kiwis to buy local and travel the country, saying it’s using taxpayer funds to boost the Government’s election chances.

    And appearing on Sean Plunket’s Magic Talk show on Monday, Seymour says while he doesn’t have a problem with ads telling us to buy local, the problem is these ads are being “yelled at us” because they “fit the Government’s narrative”.

    “Are there really people out there who weren’t aware they could shop local or go and visit another part of New Zealand on a holiday? Or is it designed to reinforce this war-footing management of crisis narrative that happens to suit the Government?”

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  16. I’ve been grumpy about unnecessary reduced road speeds since their introduction by JAG. While JAG reduced speed limits as part of her road safety campaign she has just caused annoyance as the reduction was unnecessary so has caused frustration for drivers. Safe driving is not about how slow you can make cars travel.

    Confronting map shows reality of Auckland’s new speed limits
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/06/confronting-map-shows-reality-of-auckland-s-new-speed-limits.htm

    It’ll take even longer to get around Auckland City very soon, a confronting map shows, with almost every major street in the CBD to see reduced speed limits from June 30.

    The interactive map, released by Auckland Transport (AT) at the start of the month, shows all the roads throughout the region where speed limits will drop as part of its Safe Speeds programme.

    Interactive map shows where Auckland’s new speed limits will be
    Watch: The Government is to spend $1.4 billion on road safety improvements.
    Speed limits too high on nearly all Kiwi roads – NZTA

    Many rural roads in the Rodney and Franklin districts will see reductions, while changes will also be made to limits on about 100 other roads across the Auckland region at the end of the month.

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    • We went through this in Hastings about ten years ago.Council had ‘consultation’ with the ratepayers but it made no difference.They went ahead and reduced speed limits everywhere.
      This all comes from the UN Agenda 2020.All part of the plan.

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      • The speed limit changes 6 times within a couple of kms of my house! If I didn’t have a car that shows the driver the legal road speed I’d often be none the wiser. No wonder there is often other drivers pushing to go faster, they have no idea the road speed has changed again, oh and again, oh and again!

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  17. In light of recent events and in the spirit of racial harmony, I would like to say that my behaviour this morning in no way represents my true views and I would like to personally apologise for any offence I may have caused by burning my toast.

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  18. I see they are trying to remove Marion Hobbs as chair of the Otago RC.
    Seems she said if she didn’t get her way on some issue she was going to get Parker to appoint a Commissioner .She says she is not going.
    Extraordinary.

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  19. Is the rev david clark far enough down the list now to miss out on a job as minister again.
    Labour shelia on the radio said that all though there are not enough girls in the top 10 they are going to make sure that caucus will be evenly spread!
    Will he get the shits and leave?

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  20. But, but muh narrative…it’s…it’s… broked now.

    Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Sues FDA for “Irrational” Interference of Access to Life-Saving Hydroxychloroquine

    Never in history have we seen such a determined effort by the scientific community and pharmaceutical industry to downplay and lie about the use of a successful drug to treat a deadly disease.

    Hydroxychloroquine is the first choice in a study of 6,000 doctors treating the coronavirus.
    In the field and in independent testing hydroxychloroquine displayed amazing results in treating the COVID-19 virus.

    But there was great pushback against hydroxychloroquine for two reasons. The first reason was because it was safe and very inexpensive. The second reason is because Donald Trump promoted its use.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/06/association-american-physicians-surgeons-sues-fda-irrational-interference-access-life-saving-hydroxychloroquine/

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  21. Good stuff. This must stick in CNN’s craw.

    President Trump Destroys Black Lives Matter With Babies Lives Matter

    Trump campaign selling ‘Baby Lives Matter’ onesie on website

    The onesies are designed to highlight the President’s support for the anti-abortion movement. They were originally offered as a promotion around the March for Life in January and remain available for purchase for $18, listed as a “limited edition” item. Trump is the first US president in history to speak at the march, an annual protest in Washington against abortion rights, since the historic Roe v. Wade decision was handed down in 1973.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/11/politics/trump-onesie-campaign/index.html

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  22. Small wonder that BLM can get traction when a pack of religious nuts are after 47 years still trying to dictate to women the occupancy rights to their wombs.

    Allowing women to choose is not endorsing or favouring abortion. Leave your guilting & punishment to your Skyfairy to sort out in the next life!

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  23. Todd Muller lashes out at Labour’s ‘record of failure’, laments how long it’s taking to open up economy
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/06/todd-muller-lashes-out-at-labour-s-record-of-failure-laments-how-long-it-s-taking-to-open-up-economy.html

    Labour has a “record of failure” in dealing with New Zealand’s major issues – and turning to Willie Jackson to get the country through the imminent unemployment crisis will only prove it, the leader of the Opposition says.

    Speaking about the speech in an interview with Magic Talk’s Peter Williams on Monday morning, Muller said it was important to call the current Government’s track record into question.

    “KiwiBuild, we were going to have 10,000 homes, well there’s 390; across mental health; across transport; across corrections; across tourism now – they have a record of failure.”

    “The idea that this Government – in the context of another 120,000 families without jobs by Christmas – is going to turn to Willie Jackson to be the driver of employment strategy in this country for the next three years, is laughable,” he said of the current Employment Minister.

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  24. Captain Cook statues: Premier warns NSW vandals could face tougher penalties after second attack
    A second statue of Captain Cook has been attacked by vandals, as the NSW Premier warns she’s considering tough new penalties.

    Vandals already face up to five years in jail and high fines, but those who deface historic statues could be slapped with even tougher penalties if attacks continue.

    NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she would consider toughening laws to deter future vandalism, after a second James Cook statue was damaged in Sydney.

    Two women were charged with defacing a statue of the British explorer with spray paint in Hyde Park in the city on Saturday night.

    https://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/news/captain-cook-statues-premier-warns-nsw-vandals-could-face-tougher-penalties-after-second-attack/news-story/72571b52ac7aa90f73a133b4c14eb1d4#.9j0z6

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The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
scattered clouds
17.6 ° C
17.8 °
17.3 °
87 %
1.3kmh
34 %
Mon
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16 °
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