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  1. My neighbour can be a conspiracy theorist but he reckons that horseface is going to come out 3or4 weeks before the election,baby neeve in arms and announce the end of her relationship with the wayward fisherman.
    In doing so she would get the huge advantage of sympathy from the luvvies around the country and romp back into power without the need for the drunken maggot Peters, I disagreed and pointed out that Jacinda would never carry out such a blatant power grab using her daughter as a prop.
    The fisherman wouldn’t suffer to much negative feedback because most men in the country believe he deserves a medal for having stuck around for so long, the other person in a similar position is the poor creature Pete Davies who has been “taking one for the team” for decades.

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    • Peter Davis – to Helen and back

      ***
      We discuss his marriage. He says he is sentimental, rather than romantic. He loves his wife. “The best thing I can do is make Helen a pot of tea in bed,” he laughs. “Mind you, I enjoy a pot of tea myself.” … I ask if they shower together, to conserve water. “No! No, no – we don’t use much water at all.”
      ***

      And here I was thinking the “pot of tea in bed” was a euphemism for some kinky fun!

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      • Davis and Clark could not even live in the same city (sometimes country) let alone share the same bed.

        Still he was loyal to a fault even writing letters to various newspapers supporting her and her government.

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        • Is that the same Peter Davis that has burst into print in that other newspaper this morning, or the other one?

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    • The Tom Toms are beating about Jethros recent low profile. Ardern walking up to the stage alone has raised eyebrows.

      I asked a National friend of mine what’s going on and was told … “no comment. MPs partners are off limits.”

      I guess we should “read between the lines”. Now where have I heard that.

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      • MPs partners are off-limits?
        What about when MPs partners court public attention?
        In my book that completely changes the rules.

        The PMs partner has injected himself into the business of government and the PM herself has placed her partner and child before the country for public view, despite the Speaker of the House demanding the child be afforded privacy.

        Were MPs private lives private when Mallard was yelling accusations across the floor about Brash’s extra marital affair?

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  2. suicide bombings have all but disappeared worldwide ,now who is responsible for that ?
    (1) Joe Biden,
    (2) Donald Trump.
    Trumps shitslapping of the religious nutters in Iran is making progress on stamping out muslim extremism worldwide, this filth cant operate without cash and its drying up.
    A couple of Irans nuclear facilities are burning ,makes you wonder if Jacinda is running that place in her spare time…

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  3. Jacinda is looking worse by the minute. She is so gaunt her face is all teeth now and looks dreadful. If her relationship is over its almost and I stress almost, (well perhaps that is being too kind) enough to make you feel sorry for her she is looking so bad. Life as PTPM and her home life is certainly taking its toll on her. If you know what is good for you girl give it up your star is burned out.

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    • Cindy can’t even run her own life successfully but expects to run ours. Pffffffft!

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    • You feel sorry for her??
      Do you also feel sorry for Hitler when you see footage of him shaking and stumbling round like a shambling wreck a few days before the Allies overrun Berlin?
      Jacinda Ardern deserves everything she gets- She is an utterly vile Human Being.
      It’s the baby I actually feel sorry for- Being dragged out and used as nothing but a relentless publicity stunt by it’s heartless parents.
      Kids should be kept out of Politics- Most of us didn’t even know the names of previous Prime Minister’s kids….

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      • I said almost feel sorry for her and no I didn’t feel sorry for Hitler he was dead even before I was born. my father however was a guest in his POW camps for 3.5 years pretty sure he didn’t enjoy the hospitality or lack of it.

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    • Next she will be quoting the sky fairies.
      Wonder how MDMA goes into her to keep her running.

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    • Not everyone is blind. The Greens have shot themselves in the foot with their tax policies and its only a matter of time till Labour make another catastrophic mess of something, I would be surprised if they make the end of the week without something dumb happening. The room is full of elephants, covid, Ihumatao, Kiwibuild, light rail, sex pests, debt, Jethro, etc. Standing room only and the carpet is getting very lumpy.

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    • Being deemed a “saviour” doesn’t make it true. Ask those who lived under the boot of Joe Stalin.

      “Joseph Stalin was a monster. … Stalin was lauded as a national saviour right up until his death, which was marked by mourning crowds so vast that untold numbers perished in the crush. This unquestioning adulation is not only a mystery to today’s historians but a cause for alarm.”

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      • waikatogirl, didn’t they even change the name of his city they were so ashamed of what he’d done ?

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        • How many were at the ‘congress’, I have only seen a long shot showing silhouettes against a stage, it gives the impression of a full house, how full is full?

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      • I thought most were filing past his body to make sure the bastard was actually dead.
        Bit like when the drunken dwarf and Cullens time comes. The crowds will be there because they have lost trust in the news outlets.

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  4. Tarquin ,these rumours about Gayford have been around for months ,they must be aware of them and should have put a stop to them like the complient plod did 18 months ago when Jethro had other rumours swirling around his lawnmower investigations.
    FFS can someone tell Ardern we arent doing any better than Aussie with the covid death count they have 100,we have 24 .

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      • Anyone who is familiar with Police terminology could see how ambiguous and cryptic that bizarre Police ‘statement’ about Clarke Gayford was.
        Interesting also that nobody at PNHQ owned up and took any responsibility for it…

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        • What are you saying that some labour sycophant photocopied a letterhead and wrote their own statement and released to the tame media? Who never questioned the authenticity of it!
          Well they or the police could not question it. Fake news and all!

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          • I strongly suspect somebody at PNHQ did it under orders from the Labour Party.
            Do say no would be career suicide at that level.

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      • Coster the Imposter. Didn’t think there would be a worse more cop than Bush but hell Labour found one, another “Sucess”

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    • There is another possible answer concerning Jethros no show.

      Arderns minders believe he is a poison challace and should kept at arms length pre election.

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      • TJF “he should be kept at arms length” in that case he must be freakishly well endowed or the Fricking babysitters got freakishly short arms.

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  5. To add to China’s current woes.

    City in China’s Inner Mongolia warns after suspected bubonic plague case
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/07/city-in-china-s-inner-mongolia-warns-after-suspected-bubonic-plague-case.html

    The bubonic plague, known as the “Black Death” in the Middle Ages, is a highly infectious and often fatal disease that is spread mostly by rodents. Photo credit: File

    The alert forbids the hunting and eating of animals that could carry plague and asks the public to report any suspected cases of plague or fever with no clear causes, and to report any sick or dead marmots.

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  6. Took the COL long enough to react to the threat to our farmland.

    Labour’s pledge to protect farmland from carbon forests a ‘step in the right direction’ but ‘question marks’ remain – Federated Farmers
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/07/labour-s-pledge-to-protect-farmland-from-carbon-forests-a-step-in-the-right-direction-but-question-marks-remain-federated-farmers.html

    “We’re really pleased there is now acknowledgement there’s an issue with large-scale exotic plantings – particularly those grown just for carbon credits – swallowing up land used for food and fibre production. The result of this trend is loss of export income, employment and the undermining of rural district social cohesion.”

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    • The Wellington mafia, all of them can’t be believed.
      It all depends on the coalition partners to ensure manifesto promises are kept after election.
      But don’t worry they all promise to work with us.
      Bullshit ,they will do exactly as they feel like and the colour of the politicians does not seem to matter.
      It is all about keeping themselves employed .

      Thanks MMP

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    • They should have gone down the isles saying as they passed seats
      “Lard ase off. lard arse off, lard arse off.”
      That would have fixed the over weight problem quick smart.

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    • Why would they just not just off load a bit of freight too lighten the load?
      I would have thought that would be easier!
      I loved the bit were AirNZ staff were hiding around the corner.
      Too fucken scared, to own it!

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    • “There were hysterical scenes at Auckland Airport when screaming and upset passengers were told they would have to pay for their accommodation, meals and other costs in quarantine.” (NZ Herald)

      What culture of people would scream and kick up a ruckus like that?

      In my mind’s eye I am imagining people with a BMI of well over 25 and with a highly developed sense of entitlement who are slaves of their “feelz” and are used to throwing tantrums when things don’t go their way.

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        • No AirNZ stuffed up they should pay!
          They should have known long before the passengers were loading that there was a problem and just unloaded some freight!

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    • As always – the ones acting out and playing victim were all women.

      They should have been dragged off by their hair and beaten to a bloody pulp.

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  7. Entrance to Tauranga Harbour blocked by broken down log ship

    A departing log ship has lost engine power at the entrance to Tauranga Harbour early this morning.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/entrance-tauranga-harbour-blocked-broken-down-log-ship

    Tauranga port authorities have set up a response centre to manage the event, while Maritime NZ has established a team to provide coordination and support.

    The vessel appears to be on the edge of the shipping channel, where the seabed is sandy.​

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  8. I did love watching labours new deviats sexual congress at the weekend.
    Didn’t Jethro look like a new pin walking Jacinda down the aisle, new suit and all.
    Will he look as grand on their wedding day at the abbey. It will be rush to fit it in before the election
    I thought the introductorý speech by him was lovely. I did like the bit were he pulled out the pictures that Never had drawn for the occasion of her dad pushing the lawnmower.
    Was a shame that the mad queen was speaking in the curtained off room behind the airbrushed cardboard cutout though. Still it was a lovely picture of her and the crowd just went off their heads.
    Her speech was just the highlight of the congress after all the deviats had their turns.

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  9. Hypocrisy and double standards.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9mgbO2LqSc
    Lack of attendance at BLM protests show it’s no longer a ‘fashionable cause’

    Sky News host Paul Murray says organisers of Black Lives Matter protests in Australia were not pleased to find out the cause is not quite as fashionable as it was only a month ago

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    • The people who popped up on TV at BLM protests in Auckland were the same smelly Rent a Mob Activists that I remember from the ‘Occupy’ Aotea Square movement…
      Professional Protesters ‘protest’ for the sake of it- They have very little else in their miserable little lives..

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      • No doubt ex pharmacy robber and ARC bus driver shotgun carrying PhilU would have been there. The stench would have been overpowering.
        I wonder if he ever sold Whoar! to the Americans? Heh..bwuhahahahaaa.

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        • Ha Ha mate I remember him bragging that he had sold ‘Whoar’ for millions and was off to live the life of luxury!
          Me and him never really ‘clicked’ on Kiwiblog- He was constantly threatening me with legal action..
          ‘Whoar’ seems to have finally disappeared…He must have run out of Guardian articles to cut and paste

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  10. Go & play on the road, in the middle of the night, dressed in black.
    Who brings their children up to play on a highway?

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/two-women-activists-hit-car-5-outside-seattle-suffer-serious-injuries-hitting-windshield-front-grill/

    A quick snatch of those 2 videos, shows the deadly effects.
    Now the colour of the car just happens to be the enemy and so it is called out.

    So the driver is called out, as a “racist monster”
    I wonder if because he was in a wrong coloured car?
    Guilty, as he was driving a privileged car that was his master.
    but but, these people can never be racist.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/driver-involved-5-seattle-collision-female-protesters-130-morning-doxxed-antifa-calls-racist-monster-black/

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    • There is only one reason that mob were standing on a Freeway with their faces conveniently covered at nighttime.
      That ain’t no ‘Peaceful Protest’.
      They are waiting for vehicles/drivers to attack and rob…

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    • ….”the driver is called out, as a “racist monster” ” AND “The driver is black.”…….

      Anyone else think that Antifa & BLM have jumped the shark?

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      • The ones that “jump the shark” are just “useful idiots”.

        The all serve a purpose, just like a cannon ball, or rather they are expendable “cannon fodder” to achieve the terror, to create a fear other citizens.

        Chipping away to create an insecurity, and an extra expensive cost, to bleed out the economics out of a society, to make them more amendable to “new correct” principles, far removed from what they once had.

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      • No! The driver’s car was racist! It was white!

        Makes perfect sense to BLM followers, I guess…
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  11. Seems like the EU is a bit slow.

    “Today’s authorisation of a first medicine to treat Covid-19 is an important step forward in the fight against this virus,” said Stella Kyriakides, EU health and safety commissioner.
    The decision follows purchase by the US of almost the entire world’s supply of Remdesivir.

    https://euobserver.com/tickers/148850

    Where ever it is made, will be cranked up now.

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  12. I am toying with the idea of changing my name to Wokeperson. I feel it shows my true calling and I’m sure many regular commenters will see this as a natural progression for a team of 5 million member as pious as myself. Is the bar open yet?

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  13. Jacinda Ardern gives the media a great opportunity to tackle her about her lies and all they can do is print a sort of opology laden with lies to appease her.
    Pundits were quick to criticize Ardern for taking a ‘self congratulatory tone’ in her remarks , but Ardern told Morning Report that was not her intent at all.
    Ardern says she and Labour take nothing for granted, I never have and never will.
    Anyone who knows me knows I ‘m as far away from self congratulatory as you can probably get .
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/420581/pm-jacinda-ardern-says-she-never-takes-anything-for-granted
    If lies were counted as votes we will need to wait for retirement to change the Government.

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    • Something is very wrong. She looks worried about something. Looking at a few photos of her and watching a video, her body language and demeanor tells me a lot. I wonder whats happened? Hit the wall?

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      • “Something is very wrong”
        I thought that during the David Clark ‘Resignation’ press conference last week.
        She looked like fucking Death warmed up and was stomping around the stage like someone who didn’t want to be there (Body language tells a lot about a person)
        It seemed the Prime Minister had more on her mind than just David Clark…

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  14. Poland is not looking to cede its sovereignty to the EU.

    Under PiS, Poland has played a purely negative role, obstructing Brussels’ attempts to reform migrant policy and become carbon neutral. …..
    ….. The country’s Supreme Court said: “Contradictions between Polish law and EU law… will in all likelihood lead to an intervention by the EU institutions regarding an infringement of the EU treaties, and in the longer perspective [will lead to] the need to leave the European Union.” …..

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1304137/eu-news-poland-presidential-elections-duda-polls-polexit-supreme-court-spt

    Is it a fair warning from the Court, or where does it really owe its allegiance to.
    Is it interferring in an election.
    If it is perceived to be, it will most likely back-fire.

    One can serve 2 masters, and one of the masters has proven, that it does not care for its individual citizens.

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  15. Will be interesting to see when the next meeting of that footclub if that CEO still has a job.
    A real life poll of how the ordinary person views this nonsense.

    Sharing a now-viral image of a player on a girl’s football (soccer) team declining to kneel for Black Lives Matter ahead of a game shared by actor Laurence Fox, Twitter user GJPowell had commented: “More moral fibre than the rest of her teammates combined and more balls than the entirety of the [English Premier League] player pool in the face of Marxist extremism and intimidation…?”
    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/07/04/you-wont-be-missed-rugby-fan-life-ban-criticising-marxist-blm/

    If they do not sack him, then I figure that the “woke” club will go broke, or the slow demise of rugby will increase in speed.

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  16. Ardern yesterday- “Anyone who knows me knows I’m as far away from self-congratulatory as you can probably get.”

    Ardern last month- ‘Here’s an amazeballs video of me dancing for my subjects to enjoy after I saved you all from Covid…’

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  17. How far down the track has NZ gone?
    I venture to say quite a long way, and if you do not think so, soon you will receive the message, like the statues of the elk and mermaid.
    Already many “self censure” and look around with who they are speaking with.
    It is thought the BLM have jumped a shark, and hope that it will start eating its tail, but that shark, knows how to thrive on terror, corruption, and now a flow of money that subverts “principles” that can be readily moved, for their purpose to gain control. 🙁

    entire neighborhood has begun displaying Black Lives Matter signs, at the invitation of Leftist activists who politely knocked on their door and asked them to do so.
    When they came to him, he readily agreed:
    He knew that unspoken subtext was that if he did not, things would not go well for him in the future.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/robert-spencer/2020/07/03/no-theyre-not-stupid-why-leftists-destroyed-a-statue-of-an-elk-in-portland-n603513

    Which flag are we going to fly or cap? 🙂

    Lets recognize “Gulag Archipelago”, written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and realize the one regret when he was in Siberia, why the many did not resist, and sure, there would have been some lives sacrificed at the latter stage, but victory of overturning a tyranny then would have been easier and staunched the long suffering painful tortuous bleed out, to despair, that they all suffered under.
    https://www.penguin.co.nz/books/the-gulag-archipelago-9781784871512

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    • It’s human nature to hope that if something bad happens it will be to the other guy and not to you. Therefore, most people will keep their heads down and hope that the “problem” will be temporary and soon blow over.
      This is why it is so important in a democracy to have a credible opposition party that you can turn to when the regime in power is going off the rails. You need to be able to contact your local MP and express your concerns to them and organize groups of like-minded to work with your MP.

      The trouble starts when your communications or visitations to your opposition MP are monitored or intercepted.

      What do you do then? Who will help you?

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  18. Labours makes a point out those that don’t obey the rules of quarantining , but when they fuck up through there own incompetence they don’t offer a opology or compensation for a rented vehicle that the person they have prevented from leaving because they lost the tests clearing her from quarantine.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12344292
    So how many fuck ups have happened under Megan’s watch now and when will the media hold her to task.

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      • “Theres no cheese in this pie..how can you call it a jumbo steak and cheese pie if theres no cheese in it”??

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        • Now you know why the comrade has stepped back ou of the limelight of the afternoon bullshit season! No flies on her!

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    • Thats why Cindy passed the poisoned chalice to woods. She needs to be seen as harmless and away from all these constant fuckups.

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  19. And then there’s Nikki Kaye on with Shaun Plunket just now showing herself to be less that adept with a shovel but determined to dig a big big hole over the Hamish Walker matter.
    And when pressed is sounding very Ardernesque [ No Shaun, as I’ve said… (stamps foot) ]

    Oh dear.

    If this is the alternative to Labour, hold your nose folks – we’re in deep sh*t.

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    • I had to turn Nikki Kaye off. Sean had her tied in knots with her woke answers and he was rightly appalled when she suggested he “look at the on-line petitions” as if a few agitators should be contolling the National party’s policies.

      Vote Act 2020 ☑️

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  20. Todd Muller defends Chinese Communist Party-linked National MP Jian Yang, who’s accused of avoiding English media
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/todd-muller-defends-chinese-communist-party-linked-national-mp-jian-yang-who-s-accused-of-avoiding-english-media.html

    A National MP with links to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been criticised for not being accessible enough to English media outlets – but his boss Todd Muller disagrees.

    Louis Houlbrooke from the right-wing Taxpayers’ Union said he was “staggered” to learn that Dr Yang had been refusing to give media interviews to the country’s state broadcaster despite “sitting on a cool $179,000” as an MP.

    But Dr Yang has the support of his new leader Todd Muller, who bumped him up the National Party list from 33 to 27. Muller says it’s not true that Dr Yang is avoiding the media because he has fronted on issues to do with statistics.

    “He’s done close to 10 in the last 18 months in his role as spokesperson for statistics across all the various media outlets,” Muller told Magic Talk on Monday. “This view that he’s somehow not fronting for media isn’t correct.”

    “He’s made very clear statements to the media in the past… He’s statistics spokesperson so I would think that’s fair that when he talks to the media it’s in that context,” Muller said.

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  21. Vatican watchdog sees record cooperation levels despite raid

    The agency, known by its Italian acronym AIF, reported receiving internal requests for information concerning 423 subjects, a record high number that indicated greater cooperation within the Holy See in efforts to stamp out money-laundering and other financial crimes, the report said.

    And yet the report made no mention of the fact that the AIF office was raided on Oct. 1 by Vatican police who seized confidential documentation as part of an investigation by Vatican prosecutors into the secretariat of state’s 2012 investment into a luxury London residential building.

    The resulting scandal has exposed that the Holy See poured 350 million euros into the building, much of it donations from the faithful, while signing unfavorable contracts with middlemen who made millions of euros in fees to manage and develop the property.

    https://www.wpri.com/business-news/vatican-watchdog-sees-record-cooperation-levels-despite-raid/

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    • The Catholic Vatican is so dodgy…
      ..they make the Mafia dudes looking like upstanding citizens.

      …Banco Ambrosiano was an Italian bank that collapsed in 1982. At the centre of the bank’s failure was its chairman, Roberto Calvi, and his membership in the illegal former Masonic Lodge Propaganda Due (aka P2). The Institute for the Works of Religion, >>>commonly known as the Vatican Bank,<<< was Banco Ambrosiano's main shareholder.
      The Vatican Bank was also accused of funnelling covert United States funds to the Polish trade union Solidarity
      and to the Contras through Banco Ambrosiano…

      …Calvi went missing from his Rome apartment on 10 June 1982, having fled the country on a false passport under the name Gian Roberto Calvini, fleeing initially to Venice. From there, he apparently hired a private plane to London via Zurich.
      A postal clerk was crossing London's Blackfriars Bridge at 7:30 am on Friday, 18 June and noticed Calvi's body hanging from the scaffolding beneath.
      Calvi's death in London in June 1982 is a source of enduring controversy and was ruled a murder after two coroners' inquests and an independent investigation. Five people were acquitted of murdering Calvi in Rome in June 2007. Popular speculation has linked the Vatican Bank, the Mafia, and the clandestine Propaganda Due to his death…

      They are just so, so dirty.
      ——————–
      About 10 years ago the Vatican was still so dodgy it was disconnected from the Italian Banking system and transactions had to be cash only. No electronic banking.
      …When you are worse than the corruption of Italy.
      Holy Jeeesus !!

      The joker recently in charge of the Holy See (whatever that is ) finances and no 3 in 'Da Church' was Cardinal Pell of Australia.

      He was able to handle billions in transactions in an international XXXX organisation but was not well enough to fly first class to Australia to face charges.
      Eventually the scumbag did.

      The Catholic church is so, so dodgy.
      Pell was rewarded for his holding out against making payment for all its kiddy fiddling (allegedly)
      Similarly Cardinal Law of Boston – covered in the Award winning film, 'Spotlight' – was also rewarded when he could no longer hold back the 'dogs of truth'.

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      • David Yallop’s book “In God’s Name” is an excellent read. Primarily looking at the death of John Paul the First it also uncovers the endemic corruption rife in the Vatican. Highly recommended.

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  22. …..”much of it donations from the faithful, while signing unfavorable contracts with middlemen”……

    They are merely doing God’s work. After all “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God”. Matthew 19:23-26

    By taking money away from his simple flock His Holiness is ensuring that more of them qualify for destitution & thence a harp & cloud in the next life. 🙂

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      • Prior to my formal education being rudely terminated two months into my sixth form year by my expulsion, I attended a Protestant boarding school stigie. 🙂

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    • Nah cold is proof of warming. And very cold is even more proof.

      So is warm weather in summer and droughts in deserts. As is rain and wind. Oh and high tides too.

      All proof white male capitalists are evil. It’s called “climate science” apparently.

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    • Climate change is 90% religion & 10% science so logic is wasted on its disciples. I was reminded of this when the old chook & I visited Franz Joseph glacier earlier on this year.

      From Wikipedia: ……” Having retreated several kilometres between the 1940s and 1980s, the glacier entered an advancing phase in 1984 and at times has advanced at the phenomenal (by glacial standards) rate of 70 cm a day.”…….

      All this, hundreds of years into the Industrial Age. This alone should show the anthropogenic CO2 theories up for the crap that they are.

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      • Yeah after years of telling us it was soon to disappear. Trouble is people could see it advancing with their own eyes.

        So Vic Uni conjured up some bullshit study explaining it all away. Wankers.

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    • It’s the Kids you need to watch around Labour.

      Clark probably won’t get first pick at this year’s camp.

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    • I can’t help wondering how long it took David Clark to gain his doctorate, because he’s shown himself to be a really really really slow learner.
      Bill payers have the right to ask a few questions.

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  23. There is one thing that could bring the pyscho Ardern down this election.

    A party insider could blow the whistle on the lies, corruption and malfeasance directed by Ardern.

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      • And his ship goes down.

        Have you heard of boats sinking at sea?

        Oh dear how sad, lots of frowny faces, milking the ‘grief’ etc

        A mere donation of NZ Taxpayers, say, $20 million outta do it to the Clinton foundation;
        …followed by a diplomatic pouch with a tip from the Clintons on “How to perform Arkancide, in 2 easy steps”

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      • Non disclosure and a pay off.

        Pretty obvious he’s been put out of sight until after the election.

        Can you guess why? 🤪

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      • The Karel Sroubrek saga isn’t over yet mate!
        There are still plenty of unanswered questions regarding the Prime Minister’s links to this criminal…

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        • Yeah, I was wondering if that’s just been shelved for the right time. The whole lawnmower bizzo was left hanging.

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          • Old, saggy and baggy on one side,
            Young, firm and racey on the other.
            And shitload of money in the middle!

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    • Anyone know the liable parent contributions on a salary of $471,049?

      Asking for a friend. 🙂

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  24. Lots happening in the run up to the election for Cindy to deal with. Young and dangerous prisoners escaping, border and quarantine botch ups, Will strikes help re-elect Cindy who promised before the last election “no strikes on my watch.”

    Over 3000 nurses, healthcare workers to strike across NZ at the end of this month

    Thousands of nurses and healthcare workers in New Zealand will be striking this month after mediation to settle their multi-employer agreement negotiations failed.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/over-3000-nurses-

    Ms Wilson said an experienced nurse covered by the Primary Health Care MECA is currently paid 10.6 per cent less than their DHB colleague with the same qualifications, skills and experience.

    “This is completely unjust and undervalues the amazing work these nurses do in providing expert care in the community – demonstrated so clearly in the Covid-19 response.”

    “Owners, doctors and managers are also disappointed that Government funding for pay parity has not been forthcoming. This is despite approaches to ex-Health Minister David Clark, the Ministry of Health and DHB officials by both NZNO and employer advocates the NZ Medical Association and Green Cross Health.”healthcare-workers-strike-across-nz-end-month

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      • Makes you all warm and gooey doesn’t it? What a wonderful, caring leader we have.

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      • No new acc levies and petrol tax for 2 years says Ardern
        You can bet your last dollar that fucking car registration will hike upwards to counter the alleged so called freeze..?
        Oh and don’t forget the taxing of the “rich prick”!~

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  25. Twat in a hat!
    Who will win, the respected Matt King who works hard for the region, or the desperate, lazy loudmouth and his tax payer funded pork barrelling?

    Battle for Northland seat between Matt King and Shane Jones shaping up as a must win for NZ First

    The Northland electorate has been labelled the most important “must win seat in the country” with plenty riding on it for New Zealand first.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/battle-northland-seat-between-matt-king-and-shane-jones-shaping-up-must-win-nz-first?auto=6169547533001

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    • Oh hell
      Hide your pay packets folks
      If Northland is a must-win for Winston First, you can be assured that Shame Jones will be splashing a lot of cash around up there -and it won’t be his own.
      Matt King could probably do with a bit of help with his fighting fund.
      And if Jones ends up in oblivion I’ll sleep happy knowing I was a wee part of making that happen.

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  26. Free speech is important when you are the PM. Months ago Cindy called for regulation and now she is being asked to take action. Ahhhhh…..

    Jacinda Ardern has no plans to join global Facebook boycott because ‘progress has been made’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/jacinda-ardern-has-no-plans-to-join-global-facebook-boycott-because-progress-has-been-made.html

    New Zealand’s largest newspaper group Stuff is putting its relationship with Facebook and Instagram on pause, with an instruction to staff to stop posting breaking news and stories to those platforms immediately.

    The Prime Minister regularly updates her 1.3 million followers with impromptu Facebook Live videos, and while she agrees that “change needs to occur on our social media platforms”, she will not join the boycott.

    New Zealand’s largest newspaper group Stuff is putting its relationship with Facebook and Instagram on pause, with an instruction to staff to stop posting breaking news and stories to those platforms immediately.

    The Prime Minister regularly updates her 1.3 million followers with impromptu Facebook Live videos, and while she agrees that “change needs to occur on our social media platforms”, she will not join the boycott.

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  27. Another blow back for the COL by hunters and shooting industry. Their growing anger at the total cull of tahr, a mountain goat that is important to the NZ hunting industry but no consultation by Sage.

    Growing outrage over Southern Alps tahr cull
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/growing-outrage-over-southern-alps-tahr-cull?auto=6169546109001

    The issue’s caused a divide between the Department of Conservation and hunters.

    So much so, the issue’s heading for court.

    “It would see the end to the tahr hunting resource,” Willie Duley of the NZ Tahr Foundation told 1 NEWS.

    Forest & Bird’s Nicky Snoyink thinks the cull is the right approach.

    “The problem is there is far too many of them – they are right throughout the Southern Alps and they are eating their way through the native ecosystems and potentially putting them to a point of no return.”

    There’s concern the mass cull plan could cost more than 500 jobs of people involved in the lucrative hunting tourism industry.

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  28. I’ve been watching Todd Muller’s Facebook page since he became the leader of the NZ National Party.
    I gather he’s on some sort of ‘get to know you’ countrywide tour – much like the one Bridges undertook when he assumed the reigns.
    We’ve seen pics of his wife and children, planting seedlings with kiddies, attending the rugby in Hamilton, and now at Dunedin Railway station.
    I hope all this glad-handing and baby-kissing is going to gain National the middle ground in September.
    Can anyone foresee a leak of travel expenses that shows Muller has spent up large while predicting recession, and forgetting to talk policy while he’s about it.
    Who the hell of advising these muppets?

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  29. I suppose the media will reluctantly report on an armed hold up at a local bar on the weekend… eventually.(Or not)
    Apparently, it was perpetrated by two women. The pokie takings would have been quite a bit.
    Also tonight.
    My neighbour rang me to say the local bottle store had been robbed and cops were searching the street for the offender.
    The police banged on my door to gain entry so as to carry out a search for the naughty armed offender.
    It appears the offender had either cut through my section, or parked his getaway car out the front, and their doggy was sniffing around the perimeter.
    The boys in blue, armed to the hilt, took my details after doing their search through the house.
    I have absolutely nothing to hide, so I took a polite dig at their ineffectiveness by asking how they were going with the local bar robbery.
    The nice policeman running the search said he didn’t know what I was talking about.
    Nice looking weapons though.

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