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  1. Not only the rules and processes of spelling, elocution and democracy being set aside, the notion of using taxpayer funds to advance electoral prospects is getting well over done.

    The current wanton expenditure by this collection of parties described as a government is not acceptable.

    They need a sharp lesson in electoral integrity and will get it in September but at a horrendous cost for successive generations.



  2. While I commend Seymour on Acts policy that he announced on gangs look what people and Political Parties said when Simon Bridges took a similar stance on gangs and how will expect to implement it without Nationals help. How can you change a Nations minds with compromised Senior Police officers that allow gangs preferable treatmentover the Covid-19 lockdown by calling them essential workers and letting them run riot. The other problem is you can bet your bottom dollar a Todd Muller led National Party will be lucky to get 30% in the polls with our corrupt media pulling the strings so even the most Loyal David Seymour followers on here would have to hallucinating to think Jacinda will not win the next Election.



    • Sadly, I think you are right happy on all counts. Although, I no don’t think National are the answer to anything while helmed by Muller and Boag-trained Kaye (or even while they have Goodfellow etc in the mix – National need another 2002 to reinvent themselves as fit to govern).

      Sadly, somewhere along the way under John Key I think NZ ceased to be a viable democracy as National failed to reverse any of Clark’s excesses and added their own attacks on free enterprise, democracy and equality. Actually, maybe it may have been the great Quisling – Jim Bolger – who started the rot when he ushered in the root of all evil – MMP.

      It seems to me that around the world democracy has been perverted to the will of the Marxists and it is no longer fit for purpose – sadly – I don’t know what the answer is but the process to get there is going to be extremely bloody and painful. We now live in the world where political leaders are openly telling us that black is white and up is down – we are living in 1984.

      How could George Orwell have known when he said:

      “If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot heel stamping on a human face – forever”

      The path to that destination seems irreversibly locked in now.



  3. OMG Iv’e said it many times, that shithouse in wellington is filled with 120 useless C—Ts and thats the problem,none of them could organise a get wet at the swimming pool party and we hold out hope that they are going to fix our dead economy.
    As usual Hack Tame is in the bag for the socialists,anybody know which labour caucus member is banging him?
    FFS Q&A might as well have had Cindy as the interviewer ,Tame is a leftie POS.



  4. Cindy is not doing the quarantine thing very well is she?
    How many have escaped now?
    Maybe they should have the zookeepers running it!
    No Cindy having chubby chops fronting the podium, with chippie hiding in the background, will not do it. It’s time you smeared your ugly face in front of the media, cause it’s your problem. Not their’s!



  5. Mad queen, I see you have instructed gallopaway to ease the border again to enable all of the people at the mosque shooting at the time to enter the country at no expense.
    Are you still paying a weekly payment to them?
    Free travel and board is it for all of them?
    Do they have to enter quarantine, like everybody else?
    Will they be housed in superior accommodation?
    How many do you expect not to return?
    Will you cut off the money if they do not return?
    How many support people can come? (Mommy and the kids)



  6. An Englishman, an Irishman, a Welshman and a Scot are captured by the Iraqis.
    The Iraq troop leader says, “we’re going to shoot you, but we will give you one last request.” He says to the Welshman, “what’s your last request?”
    The Welshman says, “I want a thousand Welshmen singing “Land of my Fathers”.
    “”Okay, you’ve got it. What about you?” he says to the Scotsman.
    I want a thousand Scots pipers piping Scotland the brave,” says the Scot.
    “You”ve got it” says the Iraqi. “What’s your last request?” he says to the Irishman.
    “I want a thousand Irishman doing the River-dance” says Paddy.
    “It’s yours” says the Iraqi. Turning to the Englishman, he says, “and your last request?”
    The Englishman says, “fucking shoot me first”.



  7. Public can continue to trust National amid Covid-19 patient details leak saga – deputy leader Nikki Kaye

    National Party deputy leader Nikki Kaye says the public can continue to trust her party in the lead up to this year’s election amid the Covid-19 patient details leak saga.




    • A BIG problem for the Nats is that, even though they are only a matter of weeks away from the election they STILL haven’t published any policies ( and yes, I’ve just looked). So therefore ‘ Vote for us ‘because’, not that we have anything to offer, but just ‘because, we’re not labour / col’.

      I’ve never voted for any irganisation that doesn’t tell me before-hand what it’s intentions are and on that basis it would seem that I am voting for the CoL by default…

      And the Nats’ don’t even seem to care…



      • I believe the Nats are holding out as long as possible to announce their election policies as Labour are likely to adopt them as their own as are short of their own ideas. There was an article about it a day or two ago. Meanwhile both Nats and Labour have both announced their “five point plan” which was Act’s policy…



  8. Brainfart

    Control the gangs by licensing them (but give the licence a Maori name and pitch it as being all about “mana”). Require all licenced members to carry an official gang ID at all times. This could be a card-type ID or an patch ID with a bar code.

    Use custom-made Health & Safety legislation to crack down on all unsafe gang activities. Who can argue with health & safety! The government can claim that it is working to help Maori live longer (ToW obligations and all that).

    Use the IRD to audit all gangs (as a condition of their licence). Gangs must be able to account for their assets in regular and random audits. Undocumented assets to be seized by the State.



      • The police all know who the gang members are and which gangs they belong to. Pick them off a gang at a time. Destabilize one and the others will go for it like sharks.

        Alternatively, use the threat of destabilization to coerce a gang into falling into line. Gangs all want to keep their territories and the status quo. Gangs fear other gangs.



    • ……”give the licence a Maori name and pitch it as being all about “mana””…..

      We already have the pitiful “Human Rights Commissioner” & the batshit mad “Race Relations Conciliator”. Add a “Maori Gang Mana Moderator” & we’ll be guaranteed the title of the laughing stock of the world for the rest of the decade..



  9. Earlier Q+A interview of David Seymour

    David Seymour sees ACT’s future as ‘keeping all parties honest’

    Ahead of September’s election, ACT Party leader David Seymour says the future of his party will be at the cross-benches keeping all parties honest.

    ACT unveils mental health, benefit reform proposals

    ACT proposed that the Commission would be renamed Mental Health and Addiction New Zealand and wouldn’t provide services itself.

    However, it would act as a commissioning agency that assesses people’s individual needs and contracts a suitable provider for the person’s care.

    “Funding for services would be determined by and attached to the care of individuals and their needs,” Ms van Velden said.


    “Covid-19 has revealed a serious and growing issue. New Zealanders who have paid high taxes for years are being laid-off and made redundant but finding they get little back in benefits,” she said, with the base rate set at $251 despite a taxpayer on an average wage of $69,000 paying $264 a week in tax.

    “ACT’s employment insurance scheme would be fairer than the current system because people get paid out in proportion to what they pay in, rather than a flat benefit rate regardless of their outgoings or previous tax contributions,” she said.



  10. In 2017, about 40,000 people filled in each survey. We are keen for that number to increase this time around.

    This year’s survey – as with this year’s election – will be doubly interesting, because it will help to give us an early indication of the depth and breadth of the economic effects that the Covid-19 pandemic is having in the community.

    We know that its really tough at the moment – and much tougher in some parts of the country than the other. We’d like to know where.



    Go for it. Fill intheir surevey.



  11. “Social Experiment: Is It Really About Slavery?”
    Jul 8, 2020 : 2 mins 23 secs.

    All seem very happy to sign up to remove slave owner, George Washington’s statue.

    Will not sign up for slave owner, trader, as Peace be Upon Him, to have his statue removed,,, whoops we all know there is no statue, but they did not know, and as one commented, “freedom of religion”, not knowing how ironic that is.

    Who is running these education systems? Sort of “re-education” camp revisionist curriculums, and now we have the “red guards”, nicely trained up, and pushed being pushed by their trainers/organizers.



  12. The infrastructure is breaking down. The power going out for no apparent reason is not good for votes.

    Power out in several central Auckland suburbs

    Several central Auckland suburbs have been plunged into darkness after a major power cut.

    Newmarket, Remuera, Parnell, Grafton and Epsom are all experiencing a power cut, according to Vector’s power outage map. It is currently responding to the outage.

    “A crew is onsite with another in transit. At this stage we are not able to confirm the cause,” a Vector spokesperson says. “We thank those affected for their patience.”



  13. UK man high on drugs bites seagull after it went for his McDonalds

    The 26-year-old local man said he attacked the bird because it went after his McDonalds, Plymouth Live reported.

    A police spokesperson told Plymouth Live the man “sunk his teeth into it before throwing it on the floor.”

    “The seagull was clearly injured by the incident but flew off before we were able to check on its welfare. We don’t know what happened to it afterwards,” Plymouth Live reported.



  14. Today ACT launched Dare to be Different, the 2020 election campaign.

    I was there, four rows from the front. Please, take the time to watch this. Listen to the stories of these ordinary people wanting to make a difference. There was not a dry eye in the house while Karen Chhour spoke, they all did well in their areas. And of course, David Seymour played the crowd well.

    There is only one way to make a change this election – party vote ACT. And I know, I’ve begged time and time again for donations but let’s be honest here – they cannot borrow, they are not a government that can (or ever would) spend taxpayer money for electioneering – they’re Kiwis like us trying to make a difference.

    We need $1,000,000 in fundraising to run this campaign. David will tell the story of the donation that made the most impact on him. It wasn’t the $75,000 one. It wasn’t the $50,000 one. It was somebody who donated $13. They didn’t pick $10 off the menu and $20 was too much, but they believed in ACT enough to say $13 is what they can afford. And that’s how we win this country back from Labour, by helping ACT get the tools and the message out so we can help Labour move out of parliament. Your $5 donation helps. Every little bit gets us closer.




  15. David Seymour promises ‘smart borders’, criticises Government’s lack of plan post-Covid-19

    ACT leader David Seymour is proposing “smart borders” as his party’s answer to the country’s recovery from Covid-19.

    At the party’s election campaign launch today, Mr Seymour said the border aimed to allow economic benefits to flow to the country but not the virus.

    “The message is not, ‘let’s open up tomorrow and see what happens,’ it is ‘we need to talk about what our national strategy actually is,” he said.

    “We must openly pursue having the world’s smartest border, not as a rhetorical device … but actually a practical reality.”

    This would be different from the Government, who used the idea as PR and rhetoric, Mr Seymour said.



  16. Hollywood’s identity crisis: Actors, writers and producers warn of ‘reverse racism’ in the film industry which has created a ‘toxic’ climate for anyone who is a white, middle-age man

    A revolution is under way. White actors are being fired. Edicts from studio bosses make it clear that only minorities – racial and sexual – can be given jobs.

    A new wave of what has been termed by some as anti-white prejudice is causing writers, directors and producers to fear they will never work again. One described the current atmosphere as ‘more toxic than Chernobyl’, with leading actors afraid to speak out amid concern they will be labelled racist.




    • Nick Searcy is a leading actor who believes it is time for those on the right of politics to set up a separate acting industry and leave the crazy leftards to the current Hollywood.
      Great speech at Hillsdale College.
      53 mins

      Politics in Hollywood

      Nick Searcy is an actor and director with an impressive list of television and film credits, including The West Wing, Criminal Minds, Hawaii Five-O, Justified, Days of Thunder, Fried Green Tomatoes, The Fugitive, The Shape of Water, and Moneyball. He has also directed two films: Carolina Low and Gosnell, The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.



  17. Looking to remove anything empirical and Britannic.
    “Land of Hope & Glory” “Rule Brittania” “Jerusalem” etc,,

    BBC musix expert Richard Morrison – …..
    ….. said chanting the songs in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests would be “insensitive, bordering on incendiary”.

    The traditional, patriotic songs are always hugely popular with the flag-waving crowds who cram into the Royal Albert Hall for the annual music extravaganza.

    But Mr Morrison takes a different view, describing the showstoppers a “toe-curling embarrassing anachronistic farrago of nationalistic songs”.

    And he urged BBC music bosses to replace the songs with a “more reflective” grande finale which does not “provoke offence or ridicule” but “reflects the attitudes of its 21st-century performers and audiences, not their Edwardian predecessors”.

    And they should stick it up the fandango, whilst it has been them that are quick to use Molotov Cocktails for Burning, Looting, Marauding.



  18. NZ First holds campaign rally in Whangarei – without leader Winston Peters

    New Zealand First is holding its ‘Force for the North’ campaign rally in Whangarei this afternoon, without leader Winston Peters.

    The party will now combine its campaign launch with the Party AGM on Sunday July 19, which Peters is expected to attend.

    “It’s a different focus now [from the launch] it’s about what New Zealand First represents for Northland, what we have done and what we intend to do,” he said.

    Northport is set to be a talking point.

    The government has recently released a report touting Manukau Harbour as the preferred option for relocating the Port of Auckland – although consenting could be problematic.

    An earlier report by the Upper North Island Supply Chain Strategy Independent Working Group had previously identified Northport as the preferred option.

    A decision won’t be made until after the election.



    • The researchers are not stupid.
      They know that when the orders come down to destroy the records and the cultures, they know that they will be next. Make copies of your notes and prepare to run for your life.



  19. Four Stages of Marxist Takeover: The Accuracy of Yuri Bezmenov

    Joe Biden isn’t Vladimir Lenin. Biden is Alexander Kerensky, the Russian politician who served as the vessel for the revolutionaries to overthrow the old guard in 1917 and then, once he had proven himself useful toward that end, was shuffled aside so the real power could assume control. And as in Kerensky’s case, what comes after will bring the end of all that we know.




  20. Aussie Greens are a bunch of bum bandits aiming to destroy history with disgusting cancel culture agendas.

    Gay Mardi Gras = Anzac Day according to The Greens Adam Bandt

    Aussie taxpayers forked out thousands of dollars to fly politicians and their partners to Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.
    An analysis of the latest expenses data by the Sunday Herald Sun revealed Labor and Greens MPs billed taxpayers for flights, accommodation and chauffeur-driven cars.




  21. From the Age.

    Students to return to remote learning in parents’ winter of discontent

    Mr Andrews said there was “simply no alternative but to go this footing” if the lockdown is to achieve its goal of suppressing transmission of the virus.

    “We can’t have the best part of 700,000 students, as well as parents moving to and from school, roaming around the community as if there wasn’t a stay at home order or as if there wasn’t a lockdown,” Mr Andrews said.

    “That’ll put at direct risk us achieving our aim and that of course is to drive these numbers down at the end of the six-week period.”

    Mr Andrews said he expected that Catholic and independent schools would follow the same remote learning regime.




  22. NZ’s free quarantine accommodation status in spotlight as Australian states begin charging

    Could New Zealand be the next country to start charging for quarantine?

    It’s a question on the minds of some, with New South Wales the most recent Australian state to charge those returning to undergo mandatory self-isolation or quarantine.

    The cost will be $3000 for adults, $1000 for additional adults in the family and $500 for each child over the age of three years old.

    Almost four months ago, Winston Peters urged Kiwi returnees to get home to New Zealand quickly.

    So far, quarantine has cost Kiwi tax-payers more than $81 million.



  23. David Seymour shows quality in his plan to give NZ a different direction and Shane Jones goes to Whangera with all talk and no substance promising things that he is to lazy to implement.
    If Winston thinks Jones is the man to succeed him then his gamble will go up in smoke as even if he is rated as one of the better orators in NZ he is still all piss and wind.



    • Why is NZ risking its sovereignty to this insidious foul influence, that then sells it soul to comply.
      Just look at how the CCP virus infects world wide, through its systems.

      “This is censorship by Britain of what students get to read.”
      Member of the China Research Group, which opposes Huawei’s involvement in Britain’s 5G, Neil O’Brien’Brien MP said:
      “This is the latest sign of the way UK universities are being changed by their dependence on Chinese students. The government needs to start collecting data on Chinese firms investments into our universities and be clear about the values we won’t compromise.”


      Also mentioned is the Chinese call to beat to death, a student recognized to be supporting Hong Kong.

      Auckland, Wellington, & Christchurch all have Confucius Institutes.
      The money is flowing, the bit is being slipped in, while the rest of the bridle with blinkers is slipped on.

      So what was Lianne Dalziel imbibing when caught out with the funding of her election campaign?
      So who pays that Piper? and calls the tune?



    • One should be wary of any connection to China, like the ‘Confucous Instititutes’, companies and corporation.

      a Chinese student pursuing a graduate program in Australia has revealed that her father back in China has to appear in the police station fairly often as he was summoned by the police for his daughter’s critical comments on the Chinese Communist Party. …..
      …. which made matters difficult for her with her father. …..
      ….. “I can only fight against the Communist Party more firmly in the future, because this way I can continue to suppress the arrogance of the CCP. If the CCP is strong, isn’t everyone in danger?” she said. ……


      Is there any point in having Chinese students? when they can be so controlled and pressured by the CCP?
      Let alone them having an effect on our own politicians, academia, & media.



  24. NZ’s best company.
    $20 Billion cap.
    Gradon, who has worked for F&P Healthcare for 37 years, says he didn’t think the market capitalisation would top $20 billion a month ago, let alone 30 years ago.

    “There was a point in time where we did think ‘boy this company’s going to go places,’ and we kind of realised we had a tiger by the tail. But I don’t think we ever imagined until relatively recently that we would be the most valuable company in New Zealand, that’s for sure.”

    We need a dozen more like this.
    ACT have the plan.



  25. Pricey tobacco & alcohol.
    Sugar, and now white bread, white noodles, white rice on the list.

    The face masks, coming to get you, just like the seatbelts & breathalyzers.

    “Today both of those would be considered antisocial, and not wearing face coverings in public should be regarded in the same way,”

    Still I do get it, with the last photo 🙂 of the 17th on how not to put up with people with “halitosis” while out for his daily exercise.
    Yet the police are looking for him too, while still looking to pin fines on the unmasked.
    And the police did close in on him.

    “The individual has been spoken to about the consequences of his actions and the effects they may have on some people in the local community,” a spokeswoman said.
    “He was given words of advice as a result.”


    And I would have thought it would have been great, not a slave owning statue, and a great history lesson.



  26. Well CCP virus, is getting close to being “whack a mole” in Australia.
    Cutting traveller inflows by more than half.
    Charging for quarantine accommodation across all states.
    Looks like the “bubble” has long since burst, or been washed away.
    PONZ, we are owned, 🙁 and worse than being a POME

    new coronavirus cluster has been traced to a popular pub in south-west Sydney and a man has tested positive after driving a caravan from Melbourne,

    There seem to be a number of bungles, that now may seem to also have allowed the genie out of the bottle?
    Now will New South Wales contact systems sort this out? or will it also go down like Victoria.



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