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    • If Whinestone is chucked out this election, It is going to cost the taxpayer a lot of money!
      He will not pay back any money owed. No 158,000, no 320,000, nothing, narda,
      He will dissapear into the wide world on our raxpayer retirement fund.

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  1. suns coming out. Let there be sunlight on more of the labour MP’s. Of course the Green shoots must have something to hide as well.

    surely one of them has been indulging in pleasure with a Labour Mp or even a Nat, MP.
    C’mon tell it all!

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    • That bint GG probably been getting the blue vein flute from the overstayer. Couldnt imagine the ‘comedian’ satisfying her. He’d be too busy chucking back prozac and other mood enhancers.
      Cullen dead yet?

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  2. FFS The Masterbrayer Jones was actually dribbling on his ample chin this morning on tv1s brakfast fiasco.
    What is he consuming thats making him balloon like a puffer fish? the ponce is talking about hard work and ive already done 2 1/2 hours work today whilst he dribbles.

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    • FFS just don’t ask him for details about his “hard work” that early in the morning.

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      • But its hard dealing with the fact the even his hand probably rejects him. However,I do enjoy listening to the wanker respond to questions, as he has a certain turn of phrase that few others have.

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      • Saggy ,Im not sure about that ,I believe the fat bloated prick for a certain cash payment would actually dob himself in and because of who he is he’d probably provide video evidence , oh the horror of it.

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  3. NZ election 2020: Deceit, integrity problem at core of MPs’ affairs – Chester Borrows
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/nz-election-2020-deceit-integrity-problem-at-core-of-mps-affairs-chester-borrows.html

    Charlotte Parkhill, a partner in Dentons – Kensington Swan’s employment team – said while workplace relationships are common, Lees-Galloway’s fling with a staffer is problematic given his Workplace Relations portfolio.

    “It is a question of integrity for a minister and the public will be thinking, ‘well if he’s prepared to lie to his wife, he will lie to us’. So it is about the integrity of the Cabinet.

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  4. I wonder what today will bring, exciting isn’t it? Fingers X Wine stone will shut the F**k up for once. Despicable man that he is, but David is quick on the uptake so Wine stone or should I say whiskey stone will not get the better of him nor of Judith. Its great to see a worthy opponent getting the better of the nasty little shit for a change. He is so egotistical he doesn’t even realise the damage he is doing.

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      • I wonder what they’ll call it, since nationwide strikes “cannot happen” under Ardern? I notice the “journalist” doesn’t use the word strike for example.

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          • Sorry Sooty……in this instance your memory fails you:

            It was “All Oooot Brothers”. (as spoken by a true workshy, soap dodging, pommie sack of shit such as the commie union delegate in the yard I worked in)

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            • You beat me to it.
              They were a plague.

              When you look at what their ‘brothers’ did to the UK in the 1960s and 1970s it is pleasing they did not make the inroads here.

              The Brits went on about Russians when their own commie scum were destroying their own country from within.
              White ants although another word ending in ..nts would do.

              British industry – wiped out in under 20 years.
              That is what they do.
              Undermine the economy to create chaos; only from there can they bring in their messed up ideas.
              No-one sensible would choose communism when things are going well.

              Jeremy Corbyn was an anachronism from that dark past.
              Aye Comrades.

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              • You nailed it. Most of them were third grade “tradesmen” who came over as “two pound poms” in the 50s & 60s.

                They knew nothing, wouldn’t work in an iron lung & were determined to recreate NZ in the image of the hell they had left. Just like another more recent wave of this time religious immigrants are trying to do now.

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                • How do you know when a plane load of Poms have arrived?

                  When the engines are turned off, you can still hear the whining.

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                  • The English women of the last 20 years have been like that.

                    I have met Eng. some guys who have come here with the English girlfriend and they love the outdoor life and ready access to sport, the ocean etc.
                    However in many cases the woman with them moans and carries on, and whinges and whines about…
                    …buggered if I know, I’m not listening !

                    My cousin’s son brought one back from England from his OE.
                    A Moaning commie tart.
                    There should have been an import duty…. like $3 million

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            • If the UK immigrants to NZ in the middle of the last century were less than optimal, who else would have been better for the country?
              – Native Engish speaking?
              – Pro-business?
              – Non-fanatical?

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              • Some of the best immigrants to NZ of the era were Dutch & Polish who left a Europe destroyed by war with only a few personal possessions & ambition. Generally they struggled with the language but their entrepreneurial spirit & work ethic made them highly successful.

                Personally, I grew up with more than a few of their children & I can’t think of any failures from that generation either.

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              • Re Nasska comment.
                there was a wave of the Dutch after the massive flooding in 1953.
                The North Sea went over the dykes and seawall.
                Huge devastation.
                It also affected UK.
                2000 deaths in Netherlands.

                I’ll bet the media then did not call it a 1 in 500 year flood or such crapola.

                Also we got some Hungarians here after the 1956 uprising and crackdown.
                I had one as a swim coach. Nice chap. More engaging with children than the button down English stock.

                The funny thing was a lot of Poms moved here circa the 1960s but still had rellies mail out clothing, shoes and comic books.
                Let it go.

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              • Swedes and Norwegians, Danish,Yugoslavs, Ukrainians. Worked with many of them. Worst by miles were the poms.
                Whinging, lazy aggressive and just plain dumb. Most of the tradies were limited in their ability.

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    • Front line govt workers are treated like shit. The high paid useless jobsworths are at the management and policy levels only.

      Good on the “essential workers” for revealing what a cynical uncaring government we have under Ardern.

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      • But But, according to Genter the pay gao has narrowsed the last two years. Some more exenditure for less ability and results.

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  5. Whats the first words a maori languages graduate uses at his first job after getting his degree?
    “do you want fries with that”

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    • I think that would apply to a fair proportion of Uni grads – esp in the wrong areas.
      Eg Gender studies, Art History, Anthropology, and so on.
      Many had to retrain but the debt was still there.

      The irony of the student loan scheme (a US/Chicago School idea) was that it created a surplus of Grads (downward pressure n wages) and put them into debt at the beginning of their adulthood.
      So not only did it give access to tertiary for more than it did without loans, it meant more were in debt from early on.
      This creates a more compliant society. It was not an accident.

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      • I work with a bunch of folk with expensive educations.

        They are pretty poor performers when they come into contact with reality, even within the area of their study.

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        • Rachael, you got it right first time girl.

          They seek approval above their professional objective duties.

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  6. The US has kicked the Chinese Embassy out of Texas.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbFstLrTxlI
    Gravitas: US v/s China: America makes 3 big moves against the dragon

    From stepping up its military deployments in Asia, to exposing spies who tried to steal research on Wuhan virus vaccines – The United States is stepping up its efforts to contain China.

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    • Sadly, I have predicted for some decades that China will go to war this decade.

      China has been sabre-rattling in the South China Sea for some time, but they’ve been upping the ante whilst the misguided have focused on the CCP flu. Plus, the Indo-China border is heating up.

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        • The CCP will either have to capitulate to the Little Emperor generation or send their energy somewhere else. I don’t believe they have a third option. I also doubt the CCP will capitulate, which basically leaves war.

          The CCP is cozying up to Iran, Pakistan etc.

          While Trump has an appetite to sabre-rattle back in the South China Sea, there’s no guarantee the next president will have such a backbone.

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          • The US has closed the Chinese consulate in Houston. The Chinese will respond in kind with their own forced closure of a US office, no doubt.
            It’s the typhoon season from now until the end of October, so it’s unlikely anything will happen before the US elections in November. (The kami-kaze (the divine winds) will keep Chinese forces at bay.)

            The CCP is certainly throwing its weight around, but it faced with terrible flooding, a wrecked image internationally, and it’s adversaries ganging up on it (the CCP deserves it).
            Will they be stupid enough to go head-to-head with the Japanese and US navies?

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  7. Trying to find a link of ILG mocking and sneering at Victims of Crime in Parliament.
    Anyone else remember that? He was ridiculing the Nats ‘Operation Raptor’ for wanting to go tough on Labour’s beloved Gangs….
    I want to send it to as many Lefties as I can…

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  8. PM’s $100m Southland recovery package scuppered by NZ First
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/pms-100m-southland-recovery-package-scuppered-nz-first

    Tensions have been building as the election approaches with New Zealand First lining up to fight for its survival.

    RNZ understands there was back and forth between ministers about a roughly $100m package for Southland, focussed on job creation.

    But Peters denies that.

    “No, there was no discussion of a financial package for Southland last week – full stop,” he told RNZ.

    He did, however, reveal he told Ardern she was travelling to Southland on behalf of the Labour Party, not the coalition Government.

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  9. So only yesterday Ali Mau was equating men in a ‘Position of Power’ who hit on younger women as pretty much rapists. Her attack on National was venomous and completely over the top.
    By last night she had dramatically changed her tune and was desperately trying to defend her beloved Labour Party with words like ‘Consenting Adults’ etc etc
    Is there a bigger fucking hypocrite in New Zealand?

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  10. NZ lucky Government doesn’t have a ‘totalitarian bent’ in wake of COVID-19 response – report
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/nz-lucky-government-doesn-t-have-a-totalitarian-bent-in-wake-of-covid-19-response-report.html

    “We’re actually really fortunate that we had the leadership that we had, but the security of democratic freedoms that we take for granted can’t just rely on the goodwill of whoever’s in power… As a nation, we got lucky – international history and experience shows that expanded Government power could have been extended or exploited if we had leaders with a more totalitarian bent.

    “However, our constitutional defence against the misuse of power cannot depend on the goodness of our politicians’ intent.”

    Then-Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges in May said it was “inevitable” there would be an inquiry.

    “I don’t think there’s a way that we couldn’t at the end of this have a serious independent inquiry.

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    • The suckholes of the Maxim Institute should each be taken out the back & shot with a piece of their own shit for their insult to thinking New Zealanders.

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    • Is that a fucking parody? Jacinda ‘Comrades Comrades’ Ardern is absolutely fucking Totalitarian!
      Jesus we have to suffer enormous ‘Chairman Mao’ like posters of her everywhere just driving to work.
      And don’t forget to sign in with your ID app at EVERY shop you go to….

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      • I nearly snorted my coffee out my nose at that bizarre statement, about Ardern not being totalitarian.

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  11. A man visits a small town in Wales, and begins talking to one of the locals.
    He says “you see that bridge over there? I built that entire bridge with my bare hands. But do folks call me Dylan the Bridge Builder? No.”
    He continues, “you see that chapel behind it? I built that entire chapel with my own two hands. But do folks call me Dylan the Chapel Builder? No.”
    “You see that windmill on that hill? I swear to you, I built that entire windmill all by myself. But do folks call me Dylan the Mill Builder? No.”
    “But you shag one sheep!”

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  12. I read this name a lot in connection to the death of Maori children: “Oranga Tamariki”.
    Is this a Maori program targeting Maori children?

    It seems a bit exclusive to name a government department for a particular segment of the population, even if they make up a significant proportion of the “clients.”

    What is the official English name of Oranga Tamariki?
    (It makes as much sense as a UK ministry having an Celtic name.)

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    • It’s supposed to be the “Ministry for Children” but it translates just as well as “Child Survival”.

      I favour the latter.

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      • If a Maori beats their kid to death it’s the fault of OT and racism.

        If OT removes the child for it’s protection – it’s the fault of OT and racism.

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        • It’s almost like the State should test people for their suitability to have children…

          On the other hand, giving the State that much power would easily make it more monsterous and controlling than it already is!

          The State shouldn’t exert influence on citizen’s reproduction, so it should stop paying the feckless to have babies. The “local community” (whatever that means) might somehow play a greater role in moderating the birth rate.

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                • Exactly Mikey. Paying women to farm babies is the issue.

                  The social and financial cost is enourmous. The purpose of the benefit is not child welfare. It’s to undermine traditional family and society.

                  I could explain it further, but anyone can research it.

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  13. Private investigation hears new information about Scott Guy killing
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/300062565/private-investigation-hears-new-information-about-scott-guy-killing

    As a fundraising campaign launched a fortnight ago gathers steam, the investigation on behalf of Scott Guy’s widow Kylee is winding back into action and already new leads are being uncovered.

    “We’ve had some good phone calls. It’s been quite interesting.

    “It’s all potentially relevant to the investigation, and new information too. We’re getting stuff that we’ve never heard before.”

    The team had “close to 150 actions”, or lines of inquiry, to follow. It was waiting to see how much money would be raised as it began swinging back into action.

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      • You would be surprised concerning the number of Police case files that have have been closed and filed away with the details of the offender sitting there.

        In spite of Nash claiming that they had increased Police staff they are still poorly resourced.

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      • The NZ cops are completely shithouse at catching murderers.
        Their use of jail house snitches is OTT.

        They wont back down from their errors.
        Their behaviour when it was clear to anyone with an IQ better than Forrest Gump that Teina Pora did not murder Susan burdett.
        Pora had FAS. He was very damaged.
        The cops were lazy and stupid.
        Interesting that S Burdetts brother was a serving cop at the time.
        Also, that Ewen McDonalds brother was a serving cop at the time of the trial re S. Guy.

        The rotten cops never apologised to Peter Ellis. He died of cancer last year.
        How much did the stress contribute to that?
        Gutless pigs.
        Stupid and lazy.
        The courts- with so many dud judges – don’t help.
        And Klarkenfuhrer canned the Privy Council!

        ‘Justice’ in NZ is a crap shoot.

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  14. Anyone seen the actions Fullers have taken over one of their managers telling their staff to pull finger and get with the program.
    apparently fullers have gone full woke and sacked her.
    Fullers, beneficiaries of Winstons Gold Card.
    wonder how much the “donate” back to him?

    No doubt some company who needs leadership will pick her up.

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  15. Labour wanting to save money to spend elsewhere by only giving out one month supply of meds instead of the usual three month supply.
    Penny pinching on meds and creating extra hassle for chemists and patients.
    Yet the COL can waste millions in feel good projects at the same time!

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    • Here another “expert” says NZF immigration cuts will hurt recovery.

      https://i.stuff.co.nz/business/300062690/nz-first-policy-to-slash-immigration-would-harm-economic-recovery-experts-say

      The “expert” missed this:

      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-newzealand-politics-idUSKCN1B12HP

      But she has no plans to drop Labour policies aimed at slashing the intake of foreigners by tens of thousands per year amid a migration boom blamed for everything from unaffordable housing to stagnant wage growth and overcrowded roads.

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    • That is her best response: let the Media Party run interference for her.

      It’s a strategy that wouldn’t work for anyone right of Chairman Mao but it’s an ideal one for Labour (and the Greens).

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      • Tova O’Brien said this morning told Duncan Garner she is hoping people stop reporting on sex lives of Parliament “as the media are all sick of it”. Something to hide Tova?

        Another woman complains about former National MP Andrew Falloon
        https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/at-least-five-complainants-against-ex-national-mp-andrew-falloon-judith-collins.html

        There are now “at least five” complaints against former National MP Andrew Falloon, National Party leader Judith Collins says.

        “Another one came through last night and I’ve talked to the family and I’ve suggested that they go to the police,” Collins told reporters on Thursday. “It’s at least five. Where they have asked to speak to me, the offer is still there.”

        Collins said she hopes victims feel comfortable coming forward.

        “Knowing that there are other victims should give some comfort to those victims who have not yet decided to come forward,” Collins said. “If there are more, please come forward. It’s clearly a pattern of behaviour.”

        Collins would not say how old the latest complainant is but she confirmed she is young.

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        • 15 women complained of serious sexual assaults and rape attempts by Labour Party members close to Ardern. Around 50 reported inappropriate sexual conduct.

          Multiple children were stupified and sexually assaulted at a Labour “youth camp”

          Yet this is news?

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    • I am no legal expert ,rightoverlabour, but I would have thought it was extremely unusual for a higher court to overturn ALL 17 counts from a lower court. Overturn half of them, maybe, but all 17 —that reads like a Democrat dominated from the US.

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    • JC Uni used to be very good in the area of Marine Biology in the 1970s and 1980s.
      No recent knowledge of it.

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  16. Fake news are ranting about Trump’s virus response. Let’s see what Ardern ordered, while Trump took precautions…..

    Coronavirus: Green light for Christchurch memorial service, Pasifika Festival

    Health officials are advising that because there is no wider community spread of Covid-19 public events can go ahead,

    https://amp-rnz-co-nz.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.rnz.co.nz/article/c7e12e7c-9e4b-4242-862a-0324c52a81cb?amp_js_v=a3&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#aoh=15954661578501&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rnz.co.nz%2Fnews%2Fpolitical%2F411361%2Fcoronavirus-green-light-for-christchurch-memorial-service-pasifika-festival

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  17. Why the emphasis on ‘feels’?

    Mark Richardson ‘feels’ for Iain Lees-Galloway after 12-month relationship with staffer revelations
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/mark-richardson-feels-for-iain-lees-galloway-after-12-month-relationship-with-staffer-revelations.html

    Mark Richardson has expressed his sympathy for Labour’s Iain Lees-Galloway after it was revealed on Wednesday the MP had a 12-month relationship with a former staffer.

    But Richardson, co-host of The AM Show, says other people are casting their own morality over others and are deciding what their morals should be.

    “Against the law is against the law, but this is just a moral debate and I sort of feel for Iain Lees-Galloway to a certain extent,” he said on Thursday.

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    • Looks like screwing the crew and using government money to pay for it is bad!
      Membership card don’t cover that!

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    • ‘But Richardson, co-host of The AM Show’

      I thought he was the sports reader
      but that says co-host.
      I don’t bother with it
      that ruby lips is too painful to hear her voice and Garner is not very bright.

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  18. Went over to Kaitaia late this morning & while I was waiting for the old cheese to micro inspect the local shops for a hidden bargain what should drive past but the all black NZ First campaign bus.

    And friends, a sorry sight it was. At a guess it would have been new in 1980 but now, too old & dilapidated for a school run it has been towed out of the wreckers, wrapped in black film, crash started & sent on its way.

    The party’s fucked, its leader has lost the plot & I doubt that the signature bus will make it over the Bombay Hills. How the mighty have fallen. 🙂

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  19. Sheriff’s Office Confirms to TGP That There WILL Be Charges Filed Against BLM Supporter Who Kneeled on Neck of White Baby

    The office is still gathering information from social media and has been receiving countless tips, which they are sharing with the prosecutors office.

    The paternal grandmother of the child has confirmed to Gateway Pundit that zero national news outlets have reached out to the family to cover their story.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/sheriffs-office-confirms-tgp-will-charges-filed-blm-supporter-kneeled-neck-white-baby/

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  20. Have you filled in Ed’s latest poll on HYSP? “who won the contest”?
    It’s unanimous! 😂

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  21. Did Cindy over-react? Many apparently can’t understand why she would sack a minister “for having an affair”. Cindy may have opened a can of worms to unwanted scrutiny?

    Why the latest Falloon, Lees-Galloway Parliament sex scandals differ from what’s come before
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/why-the-latest-falloon-lees-galloway-parliament-affairs-differ-from-previous-political-sex-scandals.html

    The latest Parliamentary sex scandals have “opened the floodgates” on what’s appropriate to be discussed publicly, two experienced political journalists claim.

    O’Brien told The AM Show on Thursday that recent incidents appear to have changed the goalposts on what’s deemed acceptable public discourse.

    “It’s been really interesting talking to people around this place [Parliament] – veteran journalists, people who’ve been around for a lot longer than I have – and they feel like this has opened the floodgates,” she explained.

    “What was once out of bounds is now in bounds, and people might start talking about things that perhaps weren’t discussed in the Parliament or weren’t part of the public discourse before. This has changed all of that.

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  22. Stuffed has an article featuring the commie skeleton and the
    Michelin woman-aka-Megan”Pies” Woods polluting my
    home town with their presence.
    It is nothing more than a wanky puff piece about some maari
    named, energy centre.
    I can’t do links but BE WARNED the photos of Cindy and Tubby Woods
    are puke inducing. The arsehole Angry Little also in attendance.

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  23. I think Iain Slease Gallop away has been caught playing away with the stenographer on the company credit card at five star resorts to impress her!
    Just porking the girl is not enough.
    Everybody in parliament does that from the press gallery to the chamber!
    The cleaners are probabley the only ones keeping it in their pants!
    The mad queen has had his file in her drawer for some time, gathering evidence!
    It was only the fact that Judith came to power and moved quickly to shaft her errant MP that caused the Mad Queen to move at was the speed of sound, compared to her normal speed of a snail!
    Poor bitch had to go and get her carpet burns treated by the first aiders!

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  24. Judith Collins has won the shootout with the mad queen this week!
    10/10. Thank you! DB for you!

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    • “Every American should be able to walk their streets free of violence”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNMHKo6EM_U
      Hannity: Trump takes action as Democratic mayors watch their cities crumble

      Every child in every neighborhood in America deserves to be safe; you can’t climb the ladder of opportunity without safety and security.

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  25. Just listened to Winston getting questioned by Jerry in QT. Couldn’t understand what he was talking about.

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    • “Antarctica NZ staff didn’t need to know why the women visitors were there” – Peters.

      Peters told to ‘move with the times’ after telling National MP to ‘keep shouting lady’
      https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/peters-told-move-times-after-telling-national-mp-keep-shouting-lady?auto=6174208809001

      “Why weren’t Antarctica New Zealand staff working on the ice at the time told when they were there rather than being left with the impression the reason for the pair being on the trip was kept very quiet?” Mr Brownlee asked of Bee Lin Chew and her daughter Su Arn Kwek’s trip in February this year.

      “There was no reason for the staff on Antarctica being told that,” Mr Peters began as interjections rained down from the Opposition.

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      • If it was a fund raising trip, as he has stated, why didn’t they actually donate to the cause?
        Maybe the drunken dwarf took the “paper bag” and told them he would deal with it.
        Should we follow the money?
        Of course we should.

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    • He’s getting more incoherent by the day, obfuscation around the questions asked by what National did back in the day, has everyone believing that his time is up..?
      I can’t wait to see the back of the narcissistic prick !~

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      • His stock and trade has always been obfuscation. And the more belligerent he does it, the more he’s lying. It’s been his modus operandi for decades now. Why the media let him get away with it is one of life’s great mysteries.

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  26. The Pope was arguing with an Atheist about the existence of God and failing to get his point across. They had been arguing for two hours and finally the Pope in frustration sat down.

    “Listen,” said the Pope, “You are like a man in a dark room, with no lights and windows, wearing a blindfold looking for a black cat that isn’t there. What do you say to that?”

    The Atheist thought for a moment.

    “Yes your Holiness, you are probably right,” he said, “but you are also like a man in a dark room, with no lights and windows, wearing a blindfold looking for a black cat that isn’t there. The only difference is, you have found the cat.”

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      • From BN’s link:

        …..”The lawsuit details allegations of molestation against the plaintiff beginning in 1978, and later against an 11-year-old altar boy, and continuing from 1982 to 1983 at the beach house.”…….

        It’s in their DNA. They can’t help themselves.

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        • Just an interesting point, are these Bishops and Cardinals into more boys than girls or the other way round..?
          I suppose data would not be available !~

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          • Definitely boys stigie.

            For them little girls are okay but they’re not like the real thing. 🙂

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  27. Rob O’Donnell @odonnell_r
    NYC Born & Raised, Retired from The Greatest Show on Earth as a NYPD Detective. A Father/Husband/Patriot. Senior Law Enforcement Media Contributor

    “So how quickly a small force can scatter the resistance? It’s time to let the police be the police and put an end to this 5 month anarchy experiment”

    Favourite comment:
    ‘Its all fun and games until actual Alphas show up’

    https://twitter.com/odonnell_r/status/1285965074734157827

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  28. Who? “Five flight crew members wearing masks and suits”

    Private jet leaves Christchurch under cover of darkness after picking up two mystery passengers
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/news/122219597/private-jet-leaves-christchurch-under-cover-of-darkness-after-picking-up-two-mystery-passengers

    A private jet which landed in Christchurch to pick up two mystery passengers has left the country under the cover of darkness.

    Five flight crew members wearing masks and suits were onboard the Bombardier Global Express twin-jet when it touched down at Christchurch Airport at 3.20pm on Tuesday. The aircraft had stopped in San Jose in California before heading to Honolulu in Hawaii, and then Christchurch, according to flight tracking software.

    It left Christchurch Airport at 6.36am on Thursday, heading for Honolulu in Hawaii. It was then scheduled to travel to Los Angeles, then to the small island of Bermuda in the North Atlantic Ocean before landing in Washington DC.

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  29. Stuff understands Lees-Galloway and the woman met for a romantic rendezvous in Paris in January, while he was in the city on official Government business. According to a source close to one of the parties, he paid for her flights and hotel.

    So far, there has been no evidence to suggest that it didn’t come out of his own pocket.

    Stuff requested a breakdown of Lees-Galloway’s expenses for January 2020 from DIA and also asked Ardern if she was aware.

    A spokesman for Ardern said she had sufficient information to make her decision and should any further information come to light after the probe it would simply prove her decision was correct.

    Lees-Galloway has been asked for comment.

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    • Last night, someone, somewhere made the comment that his sacking had more to do with his roll of Immigration Minister than his other fiefdom of Workplace Relations & Safety.

      I reckon we’re being led down the garden path as to the real reasons for the dismissal. How do you see it Ed?

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      • The Labour party is adept at avoiding questions and disregarding sexual complaints from within their ranks so it had to be more than just an affair she sacked him for. Paying for your girlfriend to join you in Paris is a bit elitist for the average voter especially if the taxpayer is paying. Not a vote catcher.

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        • It’s a game of checks & balances. Obviously what he was actually sacked for is worse than the explanation offered. IOW his future silence is guaranteed by his sacking for martial infidelity (which is really a matter between him & his wretched wife) rather than being exposed for worse.

          What is it that is worse?

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          • One would think that marriage was over years ago. Is ILG a catholic too. No divorce just go away and do your own thing. doubt it ewas any surpise to his ex wife.

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      • On the radio some guru said it was due to mishandling the finances of his portfolio.
        I smell a mental breakdown and whimpish behaviour being smattered across our airwaves from all our trite media outlets as a cover for ILG’s real boo-boo’s.

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        • The liarbour machine will be getting the spin doctors on to this quick smart. There must be more to come out. It will remain to see who is the first to spill. Their house of cards is very flimsy at best, and Cindy will be getting even less sleep until this is put to bed.
          It never was about the sex, it never is.

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          • Surely, one would hope, that people who are
            able to think for themselves would be able
            to see through the shit and lies that this fuck
            up of a government really is?

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          • The rug is pretty bloody lumpy now.
            Probably need to contact H&S to inform them of the identified trip hazards.

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          • Being a good lawyer Judith probably knows more on this than we do. Just wait for the right question and it will all be revealed. Lawyers are taught not to ask any question you don’t know the answer to.

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            • I still think she is going to pick off the feeble minions that surround the Royal Dolt…one by one.
              I’d get the Finance Fairy quaking next, if I were her.
              He’d be grovelling to the IMF at the mo wouldn’t he?

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              • Well at least it’s not little boys from what we have been told. Not unusal for labour members to be heat way inclined!

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  30. Fail Phil is off on another bullshit journey. Days before an election he wants to bulldoze councils and ratepayers with new planning rules.
    Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford’s National Policy Statement on Urban Development, quietly released on Thursday, aims to increase the density of housing in urban centres by setting rules for planning decisions made by local councils.

    The overall intention of the plan is to dramatically increase housing development in urban areas – particularly housing that is very close to public transport.
    In all “tier 1” cities – Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga, Christchurch, and Hamilton – councils would not be able to set building height limits of less than six storeys in city centres.

    ( Now in Tauranga the ground to support such structures is very limited. and where it is is not where the work is. Surely we should build where the work is.)

    In all urban areas with more than 10,000 people, district plans will not be allowed to include minimum car parking requirements, other than for accessible carparks.

    The Policy Statement comes into effect on 20 August but councils have a run in-time to implement any changes. Car parking changes must come into effect by February 2022, while storey-height changes will come into effect no later than August 2022.
    National’s infrastructure spokesman Chris Bishop said the party supported removing the minimum carpark requirement.

    “National supports removing mandatory minimum carpark requirements. We have concerns over the relatively quick lead-in time before the rules come into effect and also over accessibility for people who do genuinely need car parks.”

    TWO TICKS ACT
    The woke Nats. haven’t learnt a fucking thing have they?)

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300064493/government-moves-to-end-minimum-carpark-requirements-and-remove-low-heightlimits-in-bid-to-increase-dense-housing

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