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    • Not lost sight off, the scam continues while you read your YSB or cook your meal.

      I read in our newspaper this evening that our local power supply company, also a generator, faced higher than anticipated “Emissions Trading costs” in the last financial year.

      I did not ask for increased power costs from my representative government. In fact, stuff the emissions trading rip off increasing my cost of living. It is not going to alter the climate by any fraction of anything but hits my pocket, and every other New Zealanders pocket, every month.

      It is an unacceptable scam and our political representatives in voting for this racket have let us down. They have let us down badly by accepting a dimwit ideology set up by master international grifters. The media fluffing about worrying about randy politicians without any conscience are not working usefully on this issue for my liking.

      I want to know how slaming an increase on my power account for emissions trading will solve anything other than diminishing my quality of life.

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  1. TV 3 could immediately save money by binning Amanda Gillies, she seriously contributes nothing to the AM show, I am sure Duncan or Mark could read the news and weather, it would save the inane. What do they do when she reads the weather and news?

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  2. I think perhaps the myth has changed from that one to the Covid 19 one now. I think there has to be one on the go to control the people. When I was a kid it was the Communists coming to get us. And they have, perhaps in a more subtle way than what we were expecting. Now evidently there is 60+% of people wanting to vote the fuc*ers in. There is always something out to get you.

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  3. How much are we paying Air NZ not to carry passengers here? They won’t be cancelling all their flights out of kindness. Whatever it is, the govt needs to chalk it up against the quarantine costs we’re being saddled with, as extended quarantine facilities are the other option.

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  4. Should have been home in bed.

    Three seriously injured after Auckland police pursuit
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/two-in-critical-condition-after-auckland-crash.html

    Police say that at around 2:30am on Tuesday morning, officers spotted a vehicle speeding on Titirangi Rd and attempted to stop the vehicle. However, it fled.

    “A short pursuit was initiated which lasted a matter of seconds before the vehicle has crashed into a parked car on Atkinson Rd.”

    Three occupants – aged 18, 19 and 25 – have serious injuries and are in Auckland Hospital, according to police. A fourth occupant, aged 17, has minor injuries and is in North Shore Hospital.

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  5. The msm are clearly encouraging voting for the left by discrediting National as “untrustworthy”. That is their word for this election fight.

    National leader Judith Collins has promised to release the party’s internal polling to her own MPs today to prove Sunday night’s poll was an outlier.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/judith-collins-reveal-internal-polling-national-party

    “We have a tremendous amount of support and excitement … it’s just electric.”

    The party’s internal polling had National’s support much closer to 40 per cent, Collins said.

    She said she would share the actual numbers with her caucus at today’s regular meeting at Parliament.

    “I think it’s important to know how wonderfully we’re all doing.”

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    • It bloody needs to be above 40% before they get too damn happy. However I suspect the rogue poll has a sinister motivation, tell people what the situation is so that they start to believe this and it becomes self fulfilling. National should just release their internal polling to the masses to counter the bullshit. I don’t know why its kept secret. Also I suspect a lot of right leaning people would tell a pollster they support Labour just to give them a false sense of security. Labour supporters are too stupid, or to fanatical to try this stint. The bottom line is that National got 44% in 2017, 47%, in 2014, 47% in 2011, 45% in 2008, 39% in 2005, 21% in 2002. Based on this I would expect to see National get around at 40% this year, even though there is the Jacinda Fairy Dust affect. I beleive Judith Collins will quickly dust off a lot of that pixie dust and expose the lying harlot for all to see.

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    • Well there needs to be a change in the way government operates. The seeming daily announcements of funding swimming pools, international education, illegal drug user rehabilitation etc are just not affordable. Our supposed representatives are committing the country to debt at a level to impact more than a generation.

      I did not give any mandate for the wanton government expenditure currently being announced almost daily. Yes it is election year but what is currently going on is not acceptable.

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  6. Saggy’s quarantine solution:
    Anyone wanting to come to NZ assembles at a designated port somewhere (not passing through that country’s borders). They are Covid tested, and if clear can board a cruise ship (plenty floating round at the mo doing nothing). If not clear go into isolation and treatment. Ship sails and takes 14 days to reach NZ. Passengers confined to cabins. Testing takes place days 3 and 12 on voyage. Anyone positive on arrival goes into treatment/isolation in NZ; cabin scrubbed. A single cruise ship probably has the same capacity as our current quarantine facilities. No one can do a runner. Currently costing $3000/person for hotels – should cover ship.
    You’re welcome!

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    • But Im a taxpayer still. When I return ( hopefully Sept if they open the fkin a’port here) I dont have a great desire to pay for my forced quarantine. It can come out of my tax. Ive already paid for my airticket..one way and that was 50% more than the standard one way price. If the fat fairy is getting short of funds..how about whipping a bit out of the one billion recently given to Maori ( because of their skin colour ) or peel some of the 50 Million a year the taxpayer gives to Maori television and put it into health/quarantine. I was born in New Zealand, I am New Zealander, Im coming back home and Im not fucking paying one cent.

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  7. Not sure if Nats can pull it off in time but I absulotuely guarantee National will still be up around 40%.
    There is simply no way that almost half of National’s voters from the last Election have now swung Left and become ‘Jacindamaniacs’.
    Tova is playing little games with her ‘polling’…

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  8. Wow Ed, that list you have on the other thread “Cindy doesn’t tell lies” is explosive. It condenses and reminds us all of the hypocrisy of the PTPM’s “I cannot tell a lie” and her “kindness” campaign. It is all spin, sparkle and obfuscation. I see you have also posted it on FB. That being picked up and spread will stir up a few nasty hornets. 😈😈😈

    I hope the Nats see your list. They can ask Cindy about each one before the election. 😂

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  9. Old news from Aussie. A friend in NSW contacted me with some hot gossip concerning the prison inmate Karel Sroubek being the supplier of drugs for you know who.

    I had to break the news that it was old information. Apparently the story is now doing the rounds in certain circles over there. He was incredulous that the media are involved in a major coverup and asking why do we accept it.

    Good question.

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  10. Should we be letting MPs make statements with threats and bulling especially if it is a MP that has been a dismal failure in all the portfolio’s he has held.
    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/allow-more-housing-or-get-sued
    While we need to better at housing letting people like Phil Twyford loose to bully threaten and troutmouth councils is a step to far especially when the Prime Minister argues that is not what she took the job of Prime Minister for and her policy of Wellbeing and Kindness is better.

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  11. Lost a bet last night and had to turn up on the building site where I work dressed in a pink tutu and a golden cloak and green platform boots.
    Still less embarrassing than having to wear my Warriors shirt.

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  12. Judith Collins takes dig at Greenpeace protesters
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/07/judith-collins-take-dig-at-greenpeace-protesters.html

    Judith Collins has taken a dig at Greenpeace protesters demonstrating against climate change.

    On Monday a group of activists blocked a synthetic fertiliser plant in Taranaki owned by agri-chemical company Ballance.

    The protesters said they were drawing attention to the link between synthetic fertiliser, intensive dairying and the climate crisis.

    “If we’re going to take real climate action, we need fewer cows, and a full phase-out of synthetic fertiliser,” said Greenpeace agriculture campaigner Gen Toop.

    On Tuesday Collins waded into the topic, tweeting a photo shared by Toop which showed a protester giving a cup of hot chocolate to a police officer at the demonstration.

    “No one tell them that hot chocolate has MILK in it,” Collins wrote.

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  13. A good succinct article, showing up the so called authorities with their so called experts.
    The revised history as put out by the BBC about Winston Spencer Churchill is to drag down “the finest hours” of British history, and to try and show that white history & culture is nothing

    ……. “Winston Churchill was not a relevant factor behind the 1943 Bengal famine” — precipitated by a cyclone which destroyed huge swathes of the country’s crops, rather than any direct action by the British colonial authorities.

    “The agency with the most responsibility for causing the famine and not doing enough was the government of Bengal,” Roy insisted.

    “It is often said that Churchill prevented import of food in Bengal. This has no relevance either.
    There was no famine in the rest of British India; the Bengal government could easily import food from other regions.”

    Popular military historian Sir Max Hastings said that while he regarded Churchill’s actions during the famine as a “blot on his record”,
    [allowing credit to the detractors, NO as he should know much more better.]
    it was “pretty outrageous” that the BBC “failed to include a voice to suggest that his services to Britain, and to mankind, were so great that they must rightfully be set in the balance against this failure.”

    Second World War historian James Holland further suggested that “Historians of British India tend not to understand” the context in which the Bengal famine took place — namely, the Second World War.

    Indeed, many of the countries traditionally relied upon to supply India in times of shortages had been overrun by the Japanese
    — who further exacerbated the situation in Bengal with an air raid campaign
    — at the time of the famine, while shipping supplies in from countries like Australia was complicated by a lack of resources and submarine warfare.

    Indeed, Churchill wrote to U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt expressing serious concerns about the situation in Bengal and requesting American assistance to transport relief aid —
    “We have the wheat [in Australia] but we lack the ships” — but Roosevelt proved unable if not unwilling to fully fulfil these requests.

    Instead of focusing on the Bengal famine in particular, some critics of Churchill have attempted to smear him as a racist by referencing quotes and alleged quotes describing Indian people in less than complimentary terms.

    However, while Churchill, having born in 1874, did express himself in terms which would be considered socially unacceptable today, many believe he was in many ways progressive by the standards of his own time, for example telling his War Cabinet in 1943:
    “The old idea that the Indian was in any way inferior to the white man must go.
    We must all be pals together.
    I want to see a great shining India, of which we can be as proud as we are of a great Canada or a great Australia.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/07/26/historians-slam-bbc-anti-churchill-propaganda/

    Many times Winston called it as he saw it, and based on his experience, and his research and reasoning, and sure made some mistakes, but always principled, and seeking after knowledge & wisdom, to build a better future.
    Most certainly more than a 100%+ better than the ones trying to drag his name into the mud.

    Any simple research would have elicited these facts, and with reason would understand where the truth is.
    But so many are on an ideologically agenda, to twist, forget, the facts to further the indoctrination to break down Western Civilization.

    So they want to seek further compensatory claims of past “colonist oppression.” so they can wallow in “virtue signalling””victim-hood” of “#metoo” and gain control through “unconscious bias” and bring about “white guilt”, so as to bring about a “self genocidal suicide”.

    Winson Churchill:- …. “: never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense.
    Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy. …”
    https://www.nationalchurchillmuseum.org/never-give-in-never-never-never.html

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    • There is a link doing the rounds on FB-
      ‘Famous People you didn’t know were Racists’

      It has Churchill, John Wayne, pretty much every American President except Obama etc etc
      Interestingly they are ALL white men- ALL being judged by today’s SJW standards!
      History is being rewritten.
      Statues are coming down.
      This is bad.

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  14. Sean on Magic Radio taking Cindy to task for LYING to us over the legality of lockdown, currently being challenged in court. The labour trolls don’t like it up them. FUN listening!

    “This was a deliberate deceit I’d call it a con job”

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  15. Election 2020: Judith Collins: My eyebrows will tell you when I’m joking
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12351589

    This was in reference to the number of people who have escaped isolation facilities in the past few weeks.

    When put to her that people had escaped under her tenure – Collins said she was joking when she made the comments.

    “When my eyebrow goes up”, it’s a joke,” she said, before quipping “do you not understand a joke”, soon after.

    Collins raised questions about queue jumping, suggesting Boochani may have been given preferential treatment.

    Collins said she will be asking questions of ministers to make sure Boochani was not given preferential treatment – given the list of refugees looking to come to this country is long.

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  16. NZ election 2020: Judith Collins not acting as ‘morals police’ over National MPs
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/nz-election-2020-judith-collins-not-acting-as-morals-police-over-national-mps.html

    Asked on Tuesday if any MPs had come forward since, she said no one had.

    “I’m not the morals police and the National Party, I don’t pretend… I am not their mother confessor for goodness sake,” she told media.

    “But it is very important that people know that if they indulge in any activity that could involve a police investigation that we know about it very quickly.”

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  17. What the!

    Man jailed for helping dispose of friend’s body in concrete grave told victim’s family dead man was overseas
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/man-jailed-helping-dispose-friends-body-in-concrete-grave-told-victims-family-dead-overseas

    Wang’s close friend Piao Yanlong was today sent to prison for 14 months for helping to dispose of his body after he was killed, allegedly by two other men who are yet to stand trial.

    In the Auckland High Court today, Justice Jagose said that Piao was contacted by one of the men after the killing and told to help dispose of the body.

    They took multiple vehicles from Auckland to the grave site, with Piao carrying the body in the back of a van.

    “Your offending is aggravated by its inherent callousness in disposing and concealing Mr Wang’s body and in a way that amounted to its cruel desecration by entombing it in concrete at an isolated location,” Justice Jagose said.

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  18. Just saved myself a small fortune. I watched Parliament TV
    and after 10 minutes decided not to smash my new television.
    All I saw was that bloated, pie scoffing Megan Woods wanking
    on about how great Labour were and how proud she was of all
    the governments achievements, especially housing.
    The last time I saw and heard shit like that was when I took a dump.
    It defies belief that these arseholes can so blatantly lie the way they do.
    It would also defy belief that anyone would vote for them again,
    but unfortunately people will.
    How the hell did NZ get to this stage?

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  19. Afternoon paradise at the Wasselleaves…
    3 male Mallards and Mama Mallard with 5 ducklings on #1 Front Lawn having a siesta..

    Paradise Duckduck has flown in and is parading on back #3 lawn…..(She’s been away from home for the last few days… only returning late at night for a supper nibble).

    Cats asleep inside.

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  20. I just had a glance at RNZ website since Stuffed has become well and truly Stuffed.
    Could be the Irish tart as editor but she has been there a while now.

    I won’t bother with the new shub place hereinafter known as Tovaland
    A D.C. Comics alternative universe.
    Complete with Freedom fighters Dunccy and Ruby lips.
    The super powers for Dunncy is ‘stupididy’ and for Ruby lips- ‘denseness’ although ruby lips also has the ability to spin around three times and turn into a raving loony.

    Anyhoo. The RNZ front page online is a complete hit job on Notional.
    Wall to wall.

    If Notional don’t make a pledge to completely defund TVNZ and RNZ as policy leading into the 2020 election they deserve what they get.
    They had 9 years to do this and justification that it was a dying market that the taxpayer would have to fund forever as long as these politically biased dinosaurs were on the air and propped up by taxpayers.

    A teeny bit of sympathy but no vote for Notional. I voted for them in 2014 and what we got after was …um ah um…a flag referendum to prop up NZ Post and……I got nothing.

    Stand up to bullies Notional.
    Smash them right back.

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  21. Florida Man who Used COVID-Relief Funds to Purchase Lamborghini Sports Car Charged in Miami Federal Court

    David T. Hines, 29, of Miami, Florida, was charged by criminal complaint, unsealed today upon his initial appearance before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge John J. O’Sullivan in the Southern District of Florida, with one count of bank fraud, one count of making false statements to a financial institution and one count of engaging in transactions in unlawful proceeds.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/florida-man-who-used-covid-relief-funds-purchase-lamborghini-sports-car-charged-miami-federal

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  22. William was 14 years old. He shouldn’t have to apologise for a silly mimic photo of Hitler with a milk moustache.

    National’s teen candidate William Wood apologises after appearing to impersonate Hitler in resurfaced image
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/national-s-teen-candidate-william-wood-apologises-after-appearing-to-impersonate-hitler-in-resurfaced-image.html

    “The photo was taken when I was 14,” Wood, 18, told Newshub in a statement on Tuesday. “It was an error on my part. I apologise for any offence that it may have caused.”

    It’s not the first time Wood has come under fire over a resurfaced image. He removed a photo from his personal Facebook page last year showing a friend pulling a hand gesture associated with white supremacists.

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  23. The Aussie’s shut down BLM protest before it started

    A Black Lives Matter rally billed to attract thousands in Sydney was shut down by police before it began and its organiser arrested
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/black-lives-matter-rally-in-sydney-shut-down-police-before-starts?auto=6175729808001

    Organisers previously said they would risk arrest and go ahead with the rally before delivering a 90,000-strong petition to NSW Parliament calling for justice for Indigenous man David Dungay Jr.

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  24. It’s true, Boris was too fat and looks much better after dropping his weight. Losing weight usually happens when you are too sick to eat! 🕺

    ‘I was too fat’: Boris Johnson announces a Better Health Campaign, says people with obesity are at greater risk of COVID-19
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/07/i-was-too-fat-boris-johnson-announces-a-better-health-campaign-says-people-with-obesity-are-at-greater-risk-of-covid-19.html

    He said his weight affected his response to the virus, “I’m only about 5 foot 10 on the outside and, you know, I was too fat.”

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  25. Think about this.

    AN UNPLANNED PLAN
    The Government will spend $52 mln propping up the export education sector but can’t say when in 2021 it’ll increase managed isolation capacity to let in international students.

    The Government would rather keep borders closed to international students and prop up the education sector, than it would increase managed isolation capacity to let them in – at least until 2021, after the election.

    Education Minister Chris Hipkins on Monday announced $51.6 million was mostly being allocated towards schools and private tertiary education providers, like language schools, affected by the closed border. He said universities had strong balance sheets and weren’t going to “go broke”, meanwhile polytechs are being funded as they’re subject to major reforms.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/106241/government-spends-52-million-propping-export-education-sector-cant-say-when-2021-itll

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  26. EARLY WARNING SIGNS
    Our hydro storage lakes are low at present, reaching the seasonal low point at the end of July when it is usual for them to be this low only by the end of October. This 90 day early benchmark might be indicating that our dominant ‘renewables’ energy strategy could catch us out later this year. Winter rains haven’t been enough to top up Auckland during water reservoirs yet. They sit at an average 60% full now when they should be at 88% full to be ‘normal’ for this time of year.

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  27. Two gorgeous young women have just got on a lift when Winston Peters walks aboard. The women are star struck and say they are big fans and find him very attractive. As the lift moves upwards the girls offer to stop the lift, take off their clothes and say he can do whatever he wants with them. Winston looks them in the eye and says “what’s in it for me”? 🙂

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  28. Golriz Ghahraman hits out at Judith Collins for ‘race-baiting’ over Behrouz Boochani’s refugee status
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/golriz-ghahraman-hits-out-at-judith-collins-for-race-baiting-over-behrouz-boochani-refugee-status.html

    New Zealand First leader Winston Peters appeared to agree with Collins that Boochani should not have been granted asylum. He said on Facebook the decision shows “why New Zealand First must provide the Minister for Immigration”.

    Ghahraman, the Green Party’s human rights and immigration spokesperson who is an Iranian refugee herself, responded by hitting out at New Zealand First and telling Newshub she felt Collins was “race-baiting”.

    Collins, when asked if she was race-baiting, said it was a “stupid” question.

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  29. Kevin rifles through the bins and craps on the floor. That’ll get you banned from any pub. Aussies eh!

    Outback pub at ‘war’ with Kevin the mischievous emu
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/outback-pub-war-kevin-mischievous-emu

    “Emus have been banned from this establishment for bad behaviour,” the sign at the front door states.

    “Please let yourself in through the emu barrier then reconnect please!”

    Pub owner Gerry Gimblett said Kevin and Carol are the last two emus from a flock of nine.

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  30. WG…can appreciate that news item…Had a camping trip up northern Western Australia with our camp supplies packed up in the back of the boat…parked up and making camp for the night and mob/flock/gaggle (or whatever they’re called) of emus found the groceries and made pretty short work of them..

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  31. National has blocked a move that will allow Māori to more frequently switch between electoral rolls over fears of “manipulation”, despite the Electoral Commission saying it would be a good idea.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/national-blocks-move-would-allow-m-ori-voters-switch-electoral-rolls-more-freely?auto=6175759458001

    Currently, Māori are only able to switch between the general and Māori roll every five years at the Census. The number of Māori and general electorates is then set using results from the census and the subsequent Māori Electoral Option which allows people to choose which roll they want to be on.

    The Electoral Commission recommended that be changed at the last election in 2017. It told the Justice Select Committee Māori should be able to change rolls once every three years.

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  32. China labels New Zealand’s extradition treaty suspension as ‘gross interference’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/china-labels-new-zealand-s-extradition-treaty-suspension-as-gross-interference.html

    The Chinese Embassy in New Zealand labelled Foreign Minister Winston Peters’ announcement as a “gross interference in China’s internal affairs”, and to stop now to avoid harming the two countries’ relations further.

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    • As a country we can choose which country to have an extradition treaty with or not. We did have one in the case of Hong Kong but the situation changed. We did not make that change but are reacting to it.

      Given the behaviour of the Chinese Communist Government in the Hong Kong situation, I agree with the position taken by our government. Just as China says the relationship between countries is important, so too is it important that we are consistent with the application of law and human rights in countries we associate with. The CCP would do well to reconsider the actions currently being taken in HongKong.

      I do not appreciate my country being addressed as we have been by the Chinese in this matter.

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  33. For anyone needing to argue with Climate Alarmists or other Green Fuckwits here is a very useful collection of papers all indicating that increasing CO2 will essentially do Fuck All.

    For those of you who have school kids, ensure they have these papers at the ready to counter the arguments of many of the Social Science /Geography teachers who have qualifications in neither Physics nor Climatology. ( Usually Feminist Studies or some other crap)

    https://notrickszone.com/50-papers-low-sensitivity/
    If you really want to have a decent shit fight, have a look at these that argue that the Greenhouse theory is wrong based on the laws of classical physics.

    https://notrickszone.com/2017/06/01/3-chemists-conclude-co2-greenhouse-effect-is-unreal-violates-laws-of-physics-thermodynamics/

    https://principia-scientific.org/scientific-proof-the-greenhouse-gas-theory-is-wrong/

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    • A hidden Middle Ages warming period, and now the hidden warm Roman times.
      2 degrees warmer ! ! ! !

      “about 2 °C warmer than average values for the late centuries for the Sicily and Western Mediterranean regions.”

      Moreover, the study found that “this pronounced warming during the Roman Period is almost consistent with other marine records from Atlantic Ocean and with the continental anomaly reconstruction from Europe,” a climate phase that “corresponds to the so-called ‘Roman Climatic Optimum’ characterized by prosperity and expansion of the empire.”

      “For the first time, we can state the Roman period was the warmest period of time of the last 2,000 years, and these conditions lasted for 500 years,”
      https://www.breitbart.com/environment/2020/07/24/study-mediterranean-sea-was-3-6f-hotter-at-time-of-the-roman-empire/

      Keep the heat on, stuff the carbon taxes and costs, and prosperity will follow. 🙂

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  34. ” “money and results talk, bullshit walks.” and so they did,
    Finally a stand has started by a corporate against, BLM.
    They will not be “bullied”
    And two of the heads in North America have been executed/sacked, for subverting the company. 🙂

    this will not mark the end of Red Bull’s troubles.
    It’s likely that it will now face a wave of backlash for its action.
    However, if Red Bull does hold strong, it will likely not be affected much by the issue.

    Most companies should be as upstanding as Red Bull has been.
    The company has now been seen standing up to racism in all forms and told the mob “no.”
    It’s an example that needs to be followed.

    https://www.redstate.com/brandon_morse/2020/07/21/red-bull-blm-fired/

    Is it another crack in the BLM anarchy? like GOYA.

    Admittedly I do not like those drinks, but will seriously look at buying some, just to give to the ones who enjoy the drink, and to test them about any “wokeness” 🙂
    Now we may see things on “wiings” and to know their “balls” have dropped.

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