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  1. How Strange our Country has become ,we have a man with no experience in infrastructure that specialises in porn and fiddling with his junk in charge of six billion dollars of taxpayers cash.
    What a gutless bunch of people we have become when this sort of shit is happening in front of our eyes,have others noticed how the bloated Jones has toned down his rhetoric lately ?his arsehole boss has had a stern whisper in his ear and jones has complied.
    But its ok folks Jones has fixed it all by calling it “PUTEA” whatever that means FFS.
    I know its been said before but we are truly sliding towards Communism,given a chance Jones will start buying up private business’s that are nearing bankruptcy caused by his COLs policies .
    WE ARE F—KED..

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    • You need to do your homework. Jones has been doing stuff for a longtime.
      Whilst various shades of Govt. haven’t unless it suited their political agenda.
      Productive parts of NZ have been left to die in favour of Auckland and Wellington and Christchiurch.
      Northland, Gisbourne, Eastern BOP, Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa, Taranaki to name a few.
      We don’t make much money from a Casino or a hotel, the odd rugby game, a bit of sailing, buliding shopping centres for imported crap but we survive thanks to agriculture and that sector has got the recognition it deserves.
      If in a fair world you had to earn oversea’s currency so you can buy what you want imnported you would starve. There was a time when that was almost the case.
      (Not saying we should go back there but when you buy an imported good you are spending someone else’s hard earned cash which a money trader has swapped between parties, clipping the ticket on the way past ).
      Too many desk warriors in both parties managing everything that can be done without their interference. RMA anyone?

      Todd gets that.

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        • Are you suggesting that KiwiRail know what they are doing Viking ?
          A story from the other end of the scale, on KiwiRail. A friend’s son got his first job after leaving University with an IT qualification, at KiwiRail. He was one of a few new employees –they had set up a room with fancy desks etc. But the only problem was they had no work for them to do ! So he quickly got bored and started looking for another job after about 2 weeks — he was fortunate to get one quite quickly and is very happy with it. But why would Kiwi Rail employ people without work for them do?

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          • I know of a govt department which after being established wandered aimlessly for seven years before appointing someone to assist their policy direction.

            It’s easy to spend taxpayers money on NOTHING.
            🤡🤡🤡

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  2. As part of his new woke image and in solidarity with former slaves Mr Jones now wishes to be known simply as the Northland Bator.

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    • Yeah, you’d think it was the TS. Mind you, they don’t normally get fired up over there until about 10:00. Need time for the chardonnay fog to clear, and the vitriol pill to kick in.

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      • Nah mate, we have down the pretties cafe having soy latta with almond milk with smashed arvo socializing with the hopoli!

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    • Think its just too cold for people this morning, lovely to see the clear skies but a good frost here in Hamilton. Comments regarding Jones… Saggy I think he is far worse than that word you called him….. though appropriate

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        • You buggers don’t know you’re alive. The temperature reached 15 in Kerikeri yesterday & 7 in Masterton.

          I should have retired early & moved up here thirty years ago. 🙂

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        • Average rainfall in Auckland
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auckland#Climate
          Average rainfall for May = 112 mm
          Average for June = 126 mm

          Actual rainfall 2020
          May = 114 mm about average
          June = 164mm 30% above mean average
          It has rained in every 24 hour period in the last week

          But hey ‘they say’ there is a drought on.
          Politicians and now ‘public servants’ lie like there is no tomorrow.
          I guess if it is good enough for the Sandringham Slapper then everyone else can do it.
          A culture of deceit.

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          • Like all those that use stats for thier owm ends. You are no better than them. go back 6 months then.

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            • Sep 2019 130 mm
              Oct 2019 101 mm
              Nov 2019 30 mm
              Dec 2019 44 mm

              So for 5 months there was below average rainfall
              2018 was 50% above average
              Water Careless are too feckless to even have a decent amount of storage
              They do not know how to build a dam it is so long.

              It is all about dividends back to a Labour Party controlled Council to spend beyond their means, not capital investment

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  3. Interesting that Glorious Leader keeps telling us that it’s the isolation in quarantine that really matters, and testing is just a “belts and braces” measure, and yet she’s hitting the panic button over the 367 folk who left isolation without a test, who they can’t contact. She’s getting all pissy because of her fuck-up.

    “Do your bit,” said Ardern. “Get back in contact. It’s a small thing that you can do as a member of our team of five million.”

    Covid 19 coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield put hard word on testing hold-outs

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    • Not being very KIND, is she. As long as those people are out there, she is vulnerable to some of them being infected and blowing a hole in her rediculous claims about her family of 5 million.

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        • They don’t like being told what to do by the “amazeballs” PTPM. I can see their point.

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        • There sure is! A big hug from Cindy and Megan Woods has kindly offered to give them her daily pie allowance which is around $ 3,500 dollars.

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    • Caught in her own lie.

      The slapper said they were being tested at day 3 and day 12.
      They were not.
      As I don’t bother with the sycophants who call themselves media in NZ I dont know if there is follow up but
      >> Ardern lied.
      >Then won’t take responsibility for her lies.

      The real questions are:-
      1) Was the instruction given to not test – because clearly that was what happened – no testing –
      and was this intended all along?
      The basis being that they knew that importing thousands of people from diseased places would bring in the virus but did not want to show up the numbers, so …no test, no stats

      The follow up question:
      2) was there no testing in order to import Covid to therefore scaremonger in August to create another lockdown to manipulate the election ?

      Given the behaviour of the Sandringham Slapper to date there was no intention to ‘eliminate’ ; just to grandstand to the apparatchiks of the Alt World Govt-controlled world media filth.

      Healthy people are not so easy to control.
      It is easier to control when they cower in fear.

      I contend the idea was to maintain the fear.
      The imported people were tools for Totalitarian control.
      The rest is just white noise.

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    • Team 5 million!!!! FFS I am absolutely NOT one of her team of 5 million. I have no wish to be associated with her under any circumstances, so count me out thanks.

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      • Lizziep,, everybody I talk with are sick to death of hearing that B/S, are the COL so tone deaf that they cant pick up the fact that its not working anymore ?

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  4. Viking ,would you like to make a bet ,I say 50 % of the self loving fat bastards choices of where to allocate monies go tits up, you cant give out cash to favoured groups and expect success, just look at the POS’s “billion trees dream” .
    Hundreds of millions of bucks will be “Lost” but hey it’ll keep the Mercedes benz ,Porsche ,and BMW dealers happy as we struggle through the worst economic crisis in a century.

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    • The egalitarian dream is circling the shitter for sure. Private & public pay CEOs huge amounts of money to screw things up then even more to get rid of them when the damage gets too bad to cover up. Maori babies are brought up & abused in damp hovels while their venal kaumatua park their BMWs on the marae so they can run another hui about the dispossessed Tangata Whenua.

      Everything’s yap, consultation is rife, feelz are everywhere. But nothing happens.

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    • Never lost, just spread around.
      I guess you would be a Key fan. 25 Million on a flag referendum, Millions on cycle ways that have been robbed of the motorists and continue with even more vigour by these lousy governors from the Greens. Millions on Rugby world Cup, Millions on many other things that took most people no place. Millions on Pike river for a nil result, Shutting down oil and gas, giving millions to lots of things we never hear about, giving millions off shore to various charities including the Clinton outfit.
      Don’t bother to moan about money being wasted.
      Even if you don’t think so Jones has a management group doing lots of vetting.
      Some stuff will fail but that’s the price of taking a punt.
      Banks are loathe to do it because it doesn’t make their shareholders rich like lending on housing and credit cards does.

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  5. I’ve pretty much lost any respect I ever had for Judith Collins, and I rated her pretty highly once. But her friendship with Slater (who I now realise lives on favours, grudges and revenge), her handling of the firearms fiasco, and now the ill-timed release of her self-serving book, have turned me right off. (Not that I have, or will, read the book).

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    • She’s his aunt I believe? and you can’t pick your family. Judith has been on the rough end of Slaters plotting so I don’t imagine she would be very tolerant of him and his political games.

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      • OHHHH wow thank you for that information W G. That kinda exonerates her a little, I have been deeply disappointed in her response to several things. Once thought of her as a great person, now not so much.

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      • Related to the slug, Slater?
        Evidence please?
        Joseph Parker is her nephew in her husband’s side.
        But, Slater…

        I was put off completely by her complete lack of ability to make a decision over the David Bain compensation.
        A yes or no.
        She dithered for years and left the portfolio without making a decision while burning up time with words, blaming Binnie etc.

        You were the Minister.
        You had wads of information the public did not.
        Make a bloody decision or piss off.
        Gutless.
        All her yakkedy crap about crushing cars just shows she is hot air.

        I guess she is largely self serving.
        The colleagues of Andrew Little did not want him are party leader.
        They worked with him and knew what he was like.
        He only got there because of the Union vote.
        Similarly, the colleagues of Collins who work with her don’t want her in charge.
        Tells you what you need to know.

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  6. Kea ,Seriously NZs governance is nothing more than an illusion at this moment,and with a bought out compliant Press we’ll just have to get used to it and inform ourselves from alternative news sources.
    With any sort of real political takeover its always disarm the populace then own the media and OMG at least Jacinda has actually achieved something in three years.

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  7. Duncan Garner: Immigrants in New Zealand should not be entitled to full pension at 65 after just 10 years
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/duncan-garner-immigrants-in-new-zealand-should-not-be-entitled-to-full-pension-at-65-after-just-10-years.html

    In fact, 2500 Kiwis earning over $300,000 a year still opted in to receive the payment despite their huge income. It’s their birthright – 40 years of hard slog.

    But for new New Zealanders or recent immigrants, you only have to spend 10 years here before getting the pension.

    No wonder immigrants have flocked here. These people could come here, go to sleep for ten years – and literally wake up and sign up.

    Here’s the guts: a New Zealand First private members bill passed its crucial first reading on Wednesday night, forcing all immigrants to have lived here for at least 20 years before they can waltz on up and pick up the pension. I reckon it should be 25, but 20 is better than 10.

    Most parties voted for it, and in these post COVID times, increasingly we will have to put the needs and demands of Kiwis first – look after our public finances and our future.

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    • That took its time.
      That was NZ First policy in 2017 that I strongly agree with.

      You have people who have moved here that never speak English, live with their own lot and have come here on family reunification (usually from kids that came here ‘to study’ ) that get a pension through zero contribution.

      In fact we have the situation where students have come here from China ‘to study’ who get PR then citizenship, bring in their parents in their 40s, who in turn bring in their parents who are in their 60s and never partake in NZ society.
      I discussed this with a Gnat party MP in 2012.

      Oh, poor old granny and grandpa, there is no pension in China, we have to look after them.
      The original ‘student’ can then go overseas and work for better money in say Singapore and leave the Kiwi taxpayer to look after Granny.
      It has been a shocker for 30 years.

      Also needs to apply to Kiwis who leave for OE, work overseas for decades, then return here for the pension despite contributing nothing.
      Often those over 55 today also had free university and took that overseas for someone else’s benefit.
      In fact if they went to University that was 17 years free education (5 to 21/22).
      No pension for you!

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      • Receiving the pension if you have lived away from NZ for a long period is not that cut and dry.
        You have to have lived in NZ for a period of 5 years ( or 10 I’ll check ) between the age of 50 to 65.
        If you havent you will still receive the pension but it will be adjusted down, you wont be entitled to the full amount.

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  8. Tucker explains that Republican office holders cowering to the will of the BLM mob are playing into the hands of the socialists taking control to change the US forever. Republicans need to stand their ground for the people who vote or the Marxist revolution will win.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS-bsetu01w
    Tucker: Voters need to demand change from the GOP

    Republican office holders are not working hard enough for the American people and, at a moment like this, that’s a severe and dangerous problem.

    The same applies for NZ
    Vote Act ☑️ 2020

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  9. A British policeman came home unexpectedly one day and caught his wife in bed with three men. He stood at the bedroom door, hands behind his back slowly tapping his foot and after a long pause said, “Hello, hello, hello.”
    His wife said, “Aren’t you going to say hello to me?”

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  10. It’s economics stupid!

    If taxes don’t go up, spending will have to be slashed – economist
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/if-taxes-don-t-go-up-spending-will-have-to-be-slashed-economist.html

    Cameron Bagrie says if taxes don’t go up, something else will have to give.

    “Government debt is gonna be in excess of 50 percent of GDP. We’re gonna have to get that down at some stage,” he told The AM Show on Thursday.

    Instead, Bagrie says parties are going to have to raise taxes, sell assets, lift the retirement age and/or exercise “extraordinarily tight spending restraint”.

    “We’re gonna have to go down one of those routes – the issue is, which one’s more credible and believable, and what do each party stand for?”

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    • Problem is that the coalition have already committed money. A lot of money. And some of it, too much of it, is for nonsense.

      I am not inclined to agree that taxation should be increased to cover the wanton drain and debt increasing factor running at present. Rather than increasing taxation, a better solution is cut the expenditure, hold back to welfare vote buying, slash the waste, give the taxpayer a break.

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  11. Im obviously living in the wrong neighbourhood although Ive lived here all my life, our 70 year old house has a rating value of 45k so was shocked to hear my neighbour is about to spend $320.000 on a jetty complex Fuuuuck Im so far out of touch with building costs ,my jetty was built by my father and is still perfect with poured concrete piles and hardwood decking ,no rot whatsoever and it’ll see me out and probably our kids.

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    • That’ll be all the new regulations and red tape. The jetty will have an expensive engineers report on the structural safety and design. It will have taken a year to get the plans approved. The building inspector will be along to report on the build and your neighbour’s jetty will be a full on safety zone complete with ‘no entry’ signs. It will probably take three times longer to build. 🤦‍♀️

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          • The more important question you need to ask is how many citizens have committed suicide as a result of Cindy and her cabal of idiots fuck up the Chinese virus lockdown?

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            • Large increase in cancer and heart deaths – the real two big end of lifers – due to a) no treatment for 10 weeks and b) diagnosis queues all screwed up and months of delays

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          • Thing on british service people in police control room tv program last night. One in three comit suicide!

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      • And probably will not last as long as the one your Dad built without all the engineering and consent nonsense.

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    • You would have to live down back of Haast to have an RV of 45K.
      Either that or its an old coregated iron shit house on a council burm.

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  12. But she said “it would be a summer of love.”

    United States protests: Seattle demonstration zone called ‘lawless, brutal’ dismantled
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/07/united-states-protests-seattle-demonstration-zone-called-lawless-brutal-dismantled.html

    Officers, wearing extra protective gear, entered the “autonomous zone” early and by mid-morning had arrested 23 people, including one man with a metal pipe and kitchen knife, according to the police department’s Twitter feed. Police reported no violent interactions.

    Police moved to retake the zone after Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan declared the gathering in and around the police department’s East Precinct and Cal Anderson Park an “unlawful assembly,” the police chief, Carmen Best, said in a statement that highlighted a recent spate of shootings.

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  13. All the Jacinda billboards that were haunting me on my morning drive to work have mysteriously disappeared!
    Were they ordered to be taken down?
    Or has some brave ‘ Anti-Stalinist’ Freedom Fighter done the World a favour?

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    • M A G A “Make Ardern Go Away”.

      All that chanting under our breaths must have finally worked! 👏 😉

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    • I noticed a couple were gone this morning on my way out as well, and I thought great job who ever you are who did this wonderful deed, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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  14. Good luck mate. Bunnings employees made redundant in close down.

    Long-serving Bunnings employee takes future into own hands as stores close across NZ
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/long-serving-bunnings-employee-takes-future-into-own-hands-stores-close-across-nz?auto=6168474188001

    Larry Waterhouse has worked at Bunnings for 20 years and is known as a people person with top-notch know-how.

    But all of that changed yesterday when the 60-year-old’s store, Bunnings Rangiora, closed.

    Newly unemployed, Mr Waterhouse is starting his own business and isn’t letting the skills he learnt after many years at Bunnings go to waste.

    While one chapter may be ending, he’s decided to start an in-home DIY consultancy.

    “Someone suggested, why not walk in through the front door, ‘Hi, it’s the DIY guy,’ and I just thought, ‘OK, we’ll see what happens.’”

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    • I hope he does well.
      Yesterday I heard a story of a motel owner who had some work to do and got a builder to quote hem for it –the quote came in at a couple of thousand. The guy’s friend said that was stupid –just take a photo of the situation and go to Mitre 10 or Bunnings and ask them how to do the job. So the motel owner does that (even though he hasn’t ever done much DIY). The Bunning’s guy looks at it and wrote down a step by step process to do the job and showed him what to buy for it. He said a tradesman might take a couple of hours to do it he should be able to it in 4-5 hours. The guy went away with his purchases and followed the instructions –job done!

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  15. This is why we hate public transport

    Auckland Transport warns of ‘delays, cancellations’ to services due to ‘trespasser’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/auckland-transport-warns-of-delays-cancellations-to-services-due-to-trespasser.html

    Auckland Transport (AT) is warning residents to expect “cancellations and delays” with train services after a “trespasser” was removed from the tracks.

    “Please expect delays and cancellations on all train lines due to a trespasser. Updates to follow,” AT said at 8:15am.

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  16. A reminder to Hawke’s Bay-ites that the David Seymour travelling road show is at the Napier Sailing Club this evening at 6.30.
    If you’re looking for a home for your vote in September, you could do much worse than considering Act for your party vote.

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  17. A few of Jacinda Arderns failings
    Lies ahead of truth
    Sex deviates ahead of integrity
    Film industry ahead of St John’s Ambulance
    Unions ahead of workers
    Peter’s ahead of sanity
    The media ahead of facts
    Communism ahead of laws
    Financial debt ahead of common sense
    Her Leadership ahead of our Country
    Drug dealers ahead of criminal justice
    Incompetence ahead of competency
    NZ First ahead of corruption
    Maori activists ahead of business
    Corid-19 ahead of our Country’s wellbeing.
    Just few failings that people cannot see because the media and political commentators are to busy fawning over their so call Princess.

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  18. Stupid boy Clark has resigned as Minister of Health. Why did it take so long for Cindy to deal with this inept minister? Demoted to No.20 on the Labour list. He is standing for Parliament again in September but his cabinet career is over.

    Livestream: Health Minister David Clark holds last minute press conference
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/livestream-health-minister-david-clark-holds-last-minute-press-conference.html

    Clark was supposed to be in Palmerston North unveiling new cancer treatment machines, but has remained in Wellington.

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      • Their internal polling must be telling them that bad news is on the way because she has had to many opportunities to sack him before and chose not to.

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        • I don’t think he’s made a major fuck-up since pooing on Ashley, and Cindy has expressed confidence in him since then. So Natz need to ask her what he’s done since to lose her confidence.

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            • Didn’t mention Ashley at all. Not a good look!
              Stupid boy says he’s going contest the election in Dunners again. Good luck with that mate, but then again they elected tennis ball man to council.

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    • Resigned…. my arse. This has the fingerprints of H1 & H2 all over it.

      Our PTPM lost her spine again and called in the heavies to do her dirty work as she is so desperate to be reelected.

      When I saw Ardern spouting her lies again my bull shit monitor went right off the scale. She kept a straight face so must be well practiced by now.

      I hold her in contempt.

      Hopefully Jethro has woken up by now and done a runner. Last seen hanging around the flightcrew lounge at the airport.

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      • The commie slag never had a spine to start with. Herr Klark needs to put some more starch in to her sock puppet.

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      • I have it on good authority that Jethro has strayed off the porch and has been laying the nanny, and she is now pregnant. If this is true, will there be a meltdown in parliament ? Is Neve about to have a half sibling, or will the powers that be force a termination? There will definitely be much smoke and mirrors.

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    • Once again this Government reacts to pressure. It never makes a proactive decision based on the facts or on principle.

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      • Yes, Cindy announced the stopping of compassionate leave for those in quarantine because it wasn’t safe will be reassessed to begin again next week. The COL Flip flopping over all their decisions like a landed fish. 🐟

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  19. OMG the most wondrous news, the Clark useless man has resigned about time and why was he not sacked ? He is a useless piece of shit.

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    • I think you can take it he’s been sacked Lizzie. Prick like that wouldn’t resign.
      Faafoi and Robbo standing behind him with daggers at the podium, unless he doesn’t go through with it. They look well pissed at him.

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      • Saggy ,Adern would’ve tied a trip wire around the arrogant POS’s neck connected to a shotgun trigger and said “Yes you can keep your job just make sure you walk over those plastic sheets on the way back to your office.
        This will be spun out as “strong leadership from a strong leader”, FFS I hope they don’t throw in a “she’s gone early and gone hard for the team of five million” as well, we are all out of sick bags.

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      • Given how obese Robbers son and Faafoi have become it is possible they are eying him up for a feed 🙂

        Also, given his contribution to Health in the last 4 months has been zip, does anyone think things will improve?
        Chippy has the right hair colour for his political leanings.

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    • Perhaps the last straw for the beleaguered health minister was the report last night of the 37 year old bloke with cancer having blood all over his shower being told he has to wait 10 months for a scan.

      Incompetent man. Will Chippie do better?

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      • That’s the the C’s in one term from Labour , Clare Curran and David Clark so the continued incompetence and blaming others has been the undoing of both these Dunedin MP’s. The funny thing about this they were both best buddies of the PM Jacinda Ardern.

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    • National should stand a really good candidate in his seat, I know being a safe Labour seat it’s full of luddite lefties, but you never know your luck and they will never get a better opportunity

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  20. So is it a fact that the Puhoi highway has been put on hold until 2023 ? surely not ,oh hang on of course all those rich pricks heading to their baches isn’t an important road and anyway they can take the train when the maggots Peters’s rail upgrade is finished in 2047.

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  21. National Party reshuffle: Māori MP Shane Reti promoted, Simon Bridges gets foreign affairs portfolio
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/national-party-reshuffle-m-ori-mp-shane-reti-promoted-simon-bridges-gets-foreign-affairs-portfolio.html

    National leader Todd Muller has announced that Māori MP Shane Reti has been promoted to number 13 in the party’s rankings, while former leader Simon Bridges has been given the foreign affairs portfolio.

    Bennett’s drug reform and women portfolios will be taken by senior MP Amy Adams and current deputy leader Nikki Kaye, respectively. Adams will work with Dr Reti who has been given the associate drug reform role.

    The foreign affairs role was given to senior MP Gerry Brownlee in Muller’s first reshuffle back in May. Muller told reporters on Thursday he consulted with Brownlee and ultimately decided to give the portfolio to Bridges.

    But Bridges will not feature high on National’s list. H is ranked number 17 – Dr Reti’s previous placement. Brownlee is ranked number six, and holds the spy portfolios, the disarmament portfolio, and is Shadow Leader of the House.

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    • Rearranging the Titanic’s deckchairs. National is Labour. Labour is National. Can Act get in and make a difference? I hope so.

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    • Good on Bridges getting his portfolio, and good for Muller promoting Reti and holding the relative placings and not bowing to media pressure.

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    • So, 1 March 2020 Amy Adams was going to leave parliament in September and Paula Bennett was Deputy leader.
      Now Adams to stay and Bennett to leave in September.
      But times, they are they achanging ?

      Ever since Muller took over it has rained in Auckland.
      No drought here.
      The wetness is pervasive 🙂

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    • Anyone else think the Clark resignation was timed to deflect attention from the National reshuffle?
      It isn’t like its expected after a stuff-up.

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  22. This is brilliant!! The lefty msm are being ignored by the public with a rocketing popularity for Tucker Carlson’s nightly show. Watch the idiot Cuomo on CNN humiliate himself as he does a very good “Paddy Gower impression.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jGZfcfogDw
    Tucker Carlson CRUSHES CNN with HIGHEST RATED Program in Cable News HISTORY!!!

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    • Tucker Carlson A bloody great journalist. The so called “media” here could learn a lot from him.

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  23. Why do I get the feeling that if we get the CCP Virus in the community labour are going to ducking and diving, duck shoveling and fingerpointing amongst each other. With no one taking the blame!

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    • It will be ‘Protect Jacinda’ at ANY cost!
      Ardern will back away from Covid response and move back into her areas of specialty (Tweeting Baby pics and visiting Kindys etc)

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  24. Our very gaunt and ill looking ‘Mad Queen’ was very short and terse with the Media at the press conference.
    Watch till the end and she practically sprints off the stage…
    Only a week ago she was expressing her ‘full support’ for the Health Minister….Hmmm
    Anyone else think some other scandal is about to hit?

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    • Sean Plunket says the Herald and the Spinoff have joined forces. He described the Spinoff as a bunch of young people pretending to be journalists and not succeeding. He reckons they will fail together.

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    • Fuck mate! You could have put up a warning. I gotta go to the bog now and have a spew.

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  25. David Seymour, Simeon Brown lay into former Health Minister on social media
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/david-clark-resignation-david-seymour-simeon-brown-lay-into-former-health-minister-on-social-media.html

    MPs have lashed out at David Clark on social media following the former Health Minister’s resignation, with one poking fun at his past indiscretions.

    Following the announcement, National Party MP Simeon Brown couldn’t help but share a tongue-in-cheek reference to Clark’s highly-publicised lockdown breaches.

    “BREAKING NEWS: David Clark has resigned as Health Minister,” Brown posted to his official Facebook page, followed by an emoji of a woman on her bike.

    ACT Party leader David Seymour also laid into the former minister following his resignation announcement.

    “Too much kindness, not enough competence. The PM was happy with a Health Minister who left the Beehive for the greatest health crisis in a century, broke the public health rules twice, and blamed the guy who did his job when it all went wrong. Even then, he had to sack himself.”
    😂

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      • You people are so mean, for poking the borax at rev david clark!
        He was just so effective as the health minister. He was just about at the top off the labour cacus as the result of his hard work and knowledge.
        He was just so effective working from many homes during the lockdown.
        He kept fit by riding his bike, so he could spend hours on the computor, without taking a break. Except to take mommy and the kids to the beach, to get rid of the cobwebs!
        It was kind of Cindy to send him home during the lockdown, when he was just so effective duriing his time in Wellington and he was so popular with staff and the media. He will be sorely missed by all!

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  26. I think I may have seen a turning point. I follow the betting odds on he American presidency and have become alarmed to see Sleepy Joe’s odds firming, which they have done in a steady relentless manner, since 19th May. But last night his odds weakened; not by much, but that sickening trend has come to end.

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    • The downtick is not for you WG. That is an appalling way to treat an animal. Boils my blood. The slag should be banned permanently from ever owning an animal again.

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  27. video of Louise Upston telling Shane Jones “announcements are all very well but you have to deliver”.

    National MP challenges Shane Jones on if Government can deliver on $3 billion infrastructure package

    National is putting pressure on the Government to deliver on it’s promises after the details of a $3 billion Covid-19 infrastructure fund were announced yesterday.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/national-mp-challenges-shane-jones-if-government-can-deliver-3-billion-infrastructure-package?auto=6168654004001

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    • Liberals are the virus. Since we don’t call the left liberals here, I changed it so you get the drift.

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  28. And Cindy has already announced she would have him as a minister after the next election. 🤥🤥🤥 You gotta win first Cindy!! 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

    David Clark’s resignation ‘too little, too late’ – Todd Muller
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/david-clark-s-resignation-too-little-too-late-todd-muller.html

    “National has been calling for his resignation for months following successive failures, including breaking lockdown rules and, most recently, having two women leaving quarantine who weren’t tested for COVID-19, under his watch,” he said.

    “Clark did not deliver to the standards that we expected, neither through the lockdown or the border management in recent weeks, which has been utterly shambolic.”

    He said Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern must take responsibility after she “failed” to fire Clark in April when he offered his resignation.

    “She declined Clark’s offer to resign when he decided to break his own lockdown rule not once, not twice, but three times in April,” Muller said.

    “The question has to be asked; why did she repeatedly fail to fire him?”

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    • Her problem is he was elected not selected!
      But to say he would come back next term, just shows how shallow the puddle is!

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  29. Not very “kind” to Gerry

    Watch: National MP Gerry Brownlee fights off fat-shaming dig from Winston Peters with witty response
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/watch-national-mp-gerry-brownlee-fights-off-fat-shaming-dig-from-winston-peters-with-witty-response.html

    “Well, I know something… that member’s never seen a shovel… and it shows,” Peters said, followed by laughter from other MPs. “I mean, anybody that’s done any physical work… they keep their shape all their lives.”

    Brownlee took it on the chin.

    “Mr Speaker, I feel obliged to say that I’ve kept my shape all my life,” Brownlee said, as MPs clapped and cheered.

    Even Peters couldn’t hold back a smile.

    “I fear he’s got me there.”

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  30. Do you want chips with that?

    Michigan House Passes Human Microchipping Legislation

    RFID tags in humans could be used for all sort of things. It could store medical information, birthdate, or emergency contact info. There are many good things that could come from the technology. However, as is typical with new technology; there are very bad things too.

    With everyone walking around with a unique identifier, privacy is out the window. It will be very difficult to prevent 3rd parties from reading the unique identifier on the tag. This means anyone could track you. Stores could track your entry and exit, showing you targeted ads. Thieves could be signaled when you leave your home. Your movements and contacts could be used against you in any number of ways, including identity theft.

    https://repub.li/michigan-house-passes-human-microchipping-legislation/

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        • As she’s one of the Leftist control freaks she’d probably settle for having the chips deeply implanted!

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          • You are right.
            There is something really off about this woman. She has her fingers in too many pies, both literally and figuratively.
            How could one person be made responsible (but not accountable) for so much of what Loober rolls out and fails to deliver?
            My guess is she wants the top job.
            Pending a massive coronary event, she might just sidle on in after Jazz takes a well earned break at the UN.

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      • I reserve the right to identify myself (and I accept the consequences of non-compliance). At least it is my choice.
        If I am remotely identified by the State without my permission, then I am no better than a number-plated car or a cow with an ear tag.

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  31. To have everyone chipped & tracked is a control freak’s wet dream. The question is more likely how they will go about it initially. A microchip in a virus vaccine? Forced on us as the price for food when our economy crashes? Whatever system is used, once it has the individuals tracked it can be swapped later.

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    • It’s the failsafe button that THEY hold that bothers me.
      One wrong thought and zap!
      Social credit scores are just the beginning.

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      • Imagine the sort of person who would administer those scores.

        The power they would wield.

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        • We are not far from it. Just look at the polices dob in your neighbors website and all the clipboard worriers out there!

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          • I was very disappointed at how Kiwis would willingly snitch on their neighbours to the State. I expected better from the people of this country.

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        • Kea would say Ardern would be that person.
          I would have to agree.
          Knowing how this government operates though, it would probably be a unanimous vote for Manu, the doll from playschool, cos it’s sooo clever how she can sleep with one eye open, and she is bwoun and she’s made in China.
          Big Ted and Little Ted would remain on as NZF backbenchers.
          Jemima still doesn’t know where she left the key, so, although they are ready to knock, There’s no turning the lock.
          And Humpty…..well…..he’s in jail now.

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        • Don’t give totalitarians the rod to beat you with. You will have only yourself to blame.

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    • Won’t be long and that will not be needed.
      Someone is going to invented a bar code reader that reads your DNA as you pass by.
      Futurist, yep but it will happen.

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        • Facial recognition can work at a far greater range than magnetic or short-range radio scanners.
          It’s not going away.

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        • Imagine that in the future the NZ government has a database of facial recognition data of NZ citizens.
          What is to stop the Americans or the CCP somehow “acquiring” that data?

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      • Don’t forget the Godaddled themselves.

        Christian Heritage which described its three key policies as “Affirming Marriage, Building Families and Celebrating Life”& Graham Capill ring any bells?

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        • Those goals of fidelity, family, and life are essential for nation-building, whether you are Christian, Buddhist or otherwise.

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    • All the communist skeleton can do regularly and consistently is lie. I hope she fucks off soon. Tomorrow would be great.

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  32. The National Party is “prepared to work with the Greens” to repeal New Zealand First’s ‘waka-jumping’ legislation that enables political party leaders to dismiss MPs.

    The Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Bill, also known as the ‘waka jumping’ Bill, was passed into law in September 2018. Introducing and passing the legislation is part of Labour and New Zealand First’s coalition agreement.

    It passed with begrudging support from the Green Party despite speaking out against similar legislation in the early 2000s. But there is now a chance to repeal it and National is calling on the Greens for support.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/national-party-prepared-to-work-with-the-greens-to-repeal-waka-jumping-legislation.html?fbclid=IwAR123Te9MefSDU8IB4inLFJRO38MEE_ueKmFLX3iPvBW7-67_artt7ydpdg

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    • Whoever it was that tried to influence the outcome of the referendum by bolding the print on one of the questions should lose their job.

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  33. Cindy’s glitter mask has slipped. Will all those who think she is so lovely notice she is twisting the truth?

    PM Jacinda Ardern was pushing David Clark out as Health Minister while publicly saying he’d stay until election
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/pm-jacinda-ardern-was-pushing-david-clark-out-as-health-minister-while-publicly-saying-he-d-stay-until-election.html

    “He reached the conclusion his ongoing presence in the health role was causing too much distraction to the Government’s response to COVID-1 – an assessment I agree with,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.

    “Under normal circumstances I would sack the minister,” she said at the time.

    With those eight words, the Prime Minister delivered Dr Clark a fate worse than sacking – stripping him of the authority to do his job.

    But Dr Clark dug in, saying he had no plans to resign again.

    “I am certainly very keen to get on with this,” he told Newshub Nation in June.

    The Prime Minister doubled down in Queenstown last Friday when asked if Dr Clark would hold onto his job until the election at least.

    “Of course, that is what I’ve continued to say.”

    But we now know that around that same time late last week the Prime Minister was edging Dr Clark out.

    Newshub asked the Prime Minister if she in any way insinuated or suggested to Dr Clark that she wanted him to offer his resignation.

    “No, it was a very open conversation,” she said.

    And in that “very open conversation” the Prime Minister gave him the kiss of death – making it clear he was becoming a distraction so close to an election.

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  34. Regarding the virus,
    If the masks work, why the 2 metre rule?
    And, if the 2 metre rule works, why the mask?
    If both work, why the lockdown?

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  35. The German government plans to terminate its contract with the country’s accounting watchdog, FREP. Wirecard filed for insolvency last week after a multi-billion fraud was uncovered.

    The company collapsed on Thursday owing creditors almost $4 billion.

    Its auditor EY will now face a lawsuit from a Shareholders’ association. It accuses EY of not flagging Wirecard’s accounting practices earlier.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-wirecard-accounts/wirecard-collapses-owing-creditors-4-billion-idUSKBN23W176

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  36. The year is 2020. There are machines which can look through skin & see your bones. There are machines which keep you alive when your brain & heart have stopped. There’s even a machine that can tell you who your parents are with a single drop of spit.

    But when I need my prostate checked a man sticks his finger up my arsehole & wriggles it about a bit.

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  37. Chris McGlade recites his 2018 poem “The Right To Hate”, from his hometown in the north of England.
    A working man’s view of left-wing intolerance.
    https://youtu.be/ZcWB6nfB0tw
    8 min ;13 sec.
    There is a good preamble of first 2 minutes, then the poem.
    Poem Concludes at 7 min 2 secs.

    “The Right to Hate”
    You tell me what I can’t say, you censor what I can
    You say I’m offensive because I believe my eyes when I say I see a woman, not a man.
    You call me thick and racist for not wanting to be a part
    of a rich man’s club in Europe, or a Global New World Order with no soul, or guts or heart.
    You throw at me the slave trade and tell me my 4 year old grandson is to blame
    You point your branding, accusing, intolerant fingers and tell me to hang my head in shame.
    I’m free to have opinions as long as they fall in line with yours.
    I can fly my banners high and proud as long as you support that cause.
    You have to be right, all the time, yours is the only way.
    I have to like the things you like be they black, trans, left or gay.
    It makes no difference if I tell you I’m not the things for which you accuse,
    because once you’ve made up your closed-off minds, I’m always going to lose.
    “I have black friends.”, “So, you’re STILL a racist. Homophobic.”,
    “But I’ve shared beds with gay men.”
    I’m an anti-semite but the Rothschilds is the richest banking family but that’s got nothing to do with them,
    being Jewish and everything to do with them being multi-billionaires, really do influence the dollar, pound and yen.
    You sip your Pinot Grigio in trendy bars down in the smoke,
    looking down your nose with loathesome contempt at billions of working-class folk.
    Well I’ve come here to tell you that you have had your time,
    because the winds of change are blowing and bells of freedom will chime.
    Cuz my class, my fucking class are waking up and stirring and we’re going to peacefully attack.
    We’re going to breach those PC walls of segregation that have divided white and black.
    I’ve got no malice in my heart, I don’t judge people on their sex or creed or race.
    I don’t speak ill of absolute cunts behind their back, not even the bloke who murdered me Dad, I just tell them to their face.
    So to all you branding, progressive liberals who won’t allow debate,
    I hate no man nor woman, I just want the right to hate.
    I want the right to hate, like I want the right to love.
    I want to like and dislike what I want to like and dislike, and be able to vocalize it both.
    I’m not responsible for slavery and I’m not taking any blame.
    Because the white privilege built on black slavery you say that I enjoy, well,
    Beyonce, Jay-Z, Oprah Winfrey, Rihanna, Floyd Mayweather, Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx, Barack Obama et al, enjoy the same.
    Beyonce has spent 87 million dollars on a house just through shaking that ass.
    While me and my lass at home are lamenting about ways to pay the fucking gas.
    And I don’t see too much white privilege in a system that lets in European refugees, while wounded soldiers live in cardboard boxes.
    Why do black lives matter and progressives fail to see, not all white folks live in stately homes chasing fucking foxes.
    And I’m not homophobic, transphobic, racist or anything phobic, you see.
    Because I don’t fear race or sex or gender , I just won’t bow down to your PC.
    Don’t confuse my use of slang for racism or bigotry, don’t confuse my rejection of your shite with spite.
    Don’t naturally assume I’m thick and racist because I’m northern working-class, I’m not. I’m articulate, sharp and bright.
    And I will not walk a minefield every time I open my mouth to speak.
    And I will not apologize for things I’ve glibly said or spoken tongue-in-cheek.
    So shape up or fuck off for your madness, cuz I’m gonna bring you down.
    I’m going to bring working-class people, all people, together. Muslim, Christian, white and brown.
    I’m going to bring those globalist walls of Jericho crashing on your brainwashed, liberal feet.
    And I’m going to blow my loving, inclusive unPC fanfare. And your communist, fascist, capitolist, sourcelist, left, right, Catholic, protestant, muslim, Christian, black, white, gay, straight, male, female, leave, remain, republican, democrat, afraid of covid 19, unafraid of covid 19, north, south divides…..I will defeat.
    You globalists…you’ve divided us and conquered us for way too long. You’ve taken the piss out of us and you’ve laughed at us and you’ve shared the benefits up at the top.
    Well I’ve come back to this northern working-class shrine in my hometown of Redcar to tell ya, now really is the time for your shit to fucking stop. Peace.

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  38. David Seymour was an entertaining, interesting and thought-provoking speaker at the Napier Sailing Club tonight. The meeting was well attended, well organised – or both, with just about all the chairs filled.

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        • I just sat at his Napier gig.
          Concise,well spoken and pragmatic.
          I said to the wife,if that had been Stuart Nash speaking I would have washed my hands when we left.

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          • I felt that Seymour said what he thought (and that he’d spent some time thinking first), and would do what he said.
            I like that his time in Parliament hasn’t cured him of a desire to innovate.
            I liked the energy he brought to discussion on smarter approaches to healthcare, welfare, education.
            I liked that he isn’t distracted by ‘small-beer’ causes like prisoner voting.
            I liked that he has an awareness of the Law of Unintended Consequences, like making health insurance premiums or private school fees tax deductible. (Although I notice that he ‘gets’ the concept of slippery slope for those things but not for euthanasia – where we differ greatly in our views).
            I liked his humour and his ability to speak with confidence without falling over his own ego.

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  39. ‘He wasn’t up to the job’: How MPs reacted to David Clark’s resignation as Health Minister
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/he-wasn-t-up-to-the-job-how-mps-reacted-to-david-clark-s-resignation-as-health-minister.html

    Reaction has been almost unanimous – Dr David Clark’s resignation as Health Minister was the right call.

    Members of Parliament backed his decision to step away from the health portfolio.

    “The reality is David Clark was not up to the job and he should have gone some time ago,” National’s deputy leader Nikki Kaye says.

    “He realised he needed to go before the Prime Minister did,” ACT leader David Seymour said.

    Other colleagues were simply brutal. Asked whether she was sad Dr Clark had stepped down, fellow Labour MP Anahila Kanongata’a-Suisuiki said “absolutely not”.

    “We’re a team of 5 million and we’ve all got to do our bit,” she said. “He’s taking a role in the team of 5 million.”

    Who is she? Definitely swallowed the koolaid! 🤨

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    • I would like to thing that I did my little bit to help him on his way.
      Coz, she wasn’t going too. Would have kept him till the election.
      Tis a shame really coz he was an albatross around her neck and she was open for a good kicking!

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