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Must be another Karen who votes for Liarbour. They just love telling the rest of us what to do.

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  1. Or, from wrapping fish and chips, to destroying a nation’s economy
    in only 3 years. Fucking outstanding.
    Have a great day folks.

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    • What other country in the world has fallen so far and so guick in recent history, without been invaded!

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    • Don’t forget she learned first hand from the war criminal Tony Blair although the prominence of that role depends on how egregious the issue linking her to his office. Much Like her inability to say the words “International Socialist Youth”.

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      • I had heard she never even met the man. Perhaps trying to make the job sound more than it actually was.

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        • Embellishment is nothing new for Cindy. I nearly forgot, say no to the ho and make Ardern go away.

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  2. The clowns in charge say that testing is “not up to their expectations”, as if this somhow absolves them from responsibility. FS, they’re at the top of the pile. It’s their gig. They tell people what they expect, and it’s their responsibility to ensure those instructions are carried through. They couldn’t manage a corner dairy between the lot of them.

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    • Not one of them has any direct business experience. They have been in the public trough for all their working life. No idea how it works in the real world.

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      • Doctor Ashley of Lockdown even spent a cople of years hob nobing at the WHO,, greasing palms! You would need your own hand sanitizer there, wouldn’t you!

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    • Quick enough to smirk and accept the world’s accolades when it’s all going right. However it turns to custard and “it’s not my fault!” is the response.

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  3. The hole is getting deeper and they lack the skills or acumen to engage reverse gear. The house of cards will fly to pieces, it’s only a matter of when.

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    • Quickly followed by the mad queen!
      I see Whinestone Peters says this is our second border stuff up.
      That must go down like a cup of cold sick from the baby!

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      • He knows she’ll welcome him back with open arms if she needs him. Power at ANY cost, and that includes cost to we plebs.

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  4. The coronavirus is a force of nature (like the climate). It cannot be argued with. It has no remorse. It absolutely will not give up.
    It is the littlest terminator.
    This government had better start to deal with the situation.

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  5. Streaming classes in schools enables teachers to teach at the level and speed that the students can manage. This is now being called out as “racist”. FS they’re being streamed on ability, not skin colour.

    “Māori high school students unfairly streamed in low-ability classes, report finds”
    “School streaming is racist and destroys the confidence of the students placed at the “bottom of the pile”, a report has found.”

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  6. I see woody two pies is on with hHosking this morning.
    Woody two pies telling lies.
    Makes a good headline.

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    • Yes, the Hosk is now treating the bullshit they’re spinning with the contempt it deserves. I was waiting to call “Bingo” when she said “Tricky Virus”, but Hosk kept shutting her down before she could rattle it off.

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      • Do they think we’re all totally stupid? “Tricky virus”… good grief! Thought up by a class if ten year olds?

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        • Megan Pies was on TV3. Duncan Garner’s lawyer mate is currently in a hotel in quarantine and reported how poorly the systems are run, that day 1 people are still mixing with day 14 people, etc. Pies wouldn’t accept any responsibility for poor systems and blamed the friend for mixing with those from other groups despite there being no managed separation of groups.

          This bunch of incompetents NEVER accept responsibility. 🤬

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          • So it’s all the rev david clarks fault!
            That’ll teach him to scive off and ride his bloody bike!
            Can we place the blame fairly and squarely at his feet for been as good as that fool twyford!

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          • Something along the lines of “A conspiracy theory spread by white supremacists trying to undermine our glorious government who are the only source of truth” and while I’m here, say no to the ho!

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  7. One win for men.
    A big lose for the cops and a big lose for nasty women.

    Judge blasts police for prosecuting one of their own senior officers

    A judge has launched a scathing attack on Police’s decision to prosecute one of their own after the man was acquitted of domestic violence.

    Judge Kevin Phillips also found the high-ranking officer not guilty on a charge of possessing a firearm without a licence when he gave his verdicts yesterday following a two-day judge-alone trial at Dunedin District Court.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12357689

    On the face of it a good common sense ruling.

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      • On the little info in the iten I’d say yes. Locked up and belonged to someone else. Secure and wasn’t the owner. Trumped up by incompetent police lawyers.
        But what do I know?

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  8. This is one of the most sinister things I’ve seen! Fining doctors for prescribing HCL

    Queensland (Labor) State government – actually issued a medical advisory prohibiting use of HCL for Covid.

    And at the bottom under the FAQ where they ask
    Does Hydroxychloroquine cure COVID-19?

    The answer is not the obvious “No” which they would use if they were sure of their facts and they weren’t trying to kill people by withholding an efficacious medical treatment.

    No! The response to the FAQ is a carefully crafted legally water-tight babblespeak which absolutely and totally fails to answer any aspect of the FUCKING FAQ!

    To date, there is no specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Some specific treatments are under investigation and will be tested through clinical trials.

    Which tells me all I need to know ie that HCL works. Clearly, they were worried about lying about HCL and the possible legal ramifications given:
    – there are studies that show HCL is effective
    – many 3rd world nations are experiencing miniscule death rates because they’re using HCL
    – world leaders and celebrities are getting HCL
    – dozens of Drs in the US have made public statements that HCL/Zithromyacin works

    Note how this is only a prohibition on HCL – there is nothing about HCL in combination with Zithromyacin being prescribed. That would be an interesting test case.

    And what does it say when the government makes it illegal for a drug that might work? Don’t we want to explore EVERY avenue? If someone is dying isn’t it better to try HCL/ZM rather than just let gasp out? If even one life was saved through the placebo effect – wouldn’t it still be worth taking a risk when there is no other possible treatment.

    This is pure evil we are watching unfold around us. It’s all about profit and corrupt politicians are doing this to us. It’s one of the most disgusting episodes of human history and I think it is up there with what happened to 6 millions Jews (except this is happening to 1.5 billion in the western world)

    I wish Trump would hurry the fuck up and put all the corrupt socialist kiddie fuckers in Gitmo so all this bollox can be put a stop to.

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    • I agree with you DP. Here’s a little light reading for you to further strengthen your argument:
      https://docs.google.com/document/d/1545C_dJWMIAgqeLEsfo2U8Kq5WprDuARXrJl6N1aDjY/preview

      https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32205204/

      https://virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-422X-2-69

      Note that this last report dates from 2005 and though his name is not on the list of authors Dr Fauci was well aware of the existance and substance of this report since that time because he commented on it way back then.

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    • Do I assume from that the Doctors can prescribe HQC for lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and malaria prevention but just not for Covid?
      If it is a ban for all problems then a lawyer(s) need to drag these bureaucrats in Court and sue their rear off.
      But if the ban is just for Covid how do the idiots monitor it, when it is available for the other health problems?

      Totally agree with you DP when you say “This is pure evil we are watching unfold around us”. I have been saying the same for a few months.

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      • I read a while back that Australia had a limited supply, very small stocks, only enough set up, for the lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis and such.
        It was pointed out that it is debilitating and crippling if they do not get it.
        They feared they would be cleaned out.
        That would create major hardship if those patients do not get it.

        Time wise, whether the systems have tried to get more stock in, or is it feasible?
        Or a who knows who.
        What the issue is seems to be of supply, like NZ stocks of medicine, and doctors barred from issuing more than a months supply of meds, where previously it was a standard 3 months supply.

        Still worth looking into, where it is produced, and can a country get it?

        India is the major producer of it, and they were helping other countries like Brazil,
        The demand is strong, and Aussie is way down the list.
        Not even enough for frontline staff

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        • My GP told me that NZ is restricting HCQ so as to ensure sufficient supplies for those who use it for other problems such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. I have arthritis and asked if I could have some for it and he just laughed. Cruel bastard!

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        • Simpleton1
          Clive Palmer imported a huge amount earlier in the year and gave it to the health authorities , that was the end of it, no one seems to know where that consignment is now.

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          • Like Alice mentioned, to be prescribed, if it is suitable for the condition.
            They should not be able to use the excuse of over the counter and then people ‘gorging’ excessive ignorant amounts.

            Having been through a bit in the health system, there are Doctors, and doctors, and why 2nd opinions or more may be needed. Some Dr’s advice can even seem to be contrary to each other.

            Even then there are reactions to some medicines, that work well for some people, then the body reacts, in bizarre ways, which I have experienced.
            I would suspect that I may not be able to take Hydroxychloroquine but I do support much more investigation of it, to use it, and to get in enough to target it at the ones that do get affected.

            The sad part is the lack of transparency of the Health Department, and even worse is the politicization that subtly aims for marxism.

            Trials, Research, Studies, but that is not the driver of the ones who want tick box scientific, socialistic, humanist, politico, degrees.

            Thanks Ross12 as reading up some basics of Clive Palmer, as he seems to know how to rattle the cages of “virtue signallers” politicians bureaucracy & media. :-).
            One of the reasons they want to bring him down, as he is good thorn in their sides.

            A million doses may not go so far, though I do not know if it is to be used as ‘preventive’.
            Did it get into hospitals for immediate treatment? then what was the outcome.
            Why the blank? which leads onto:-

            Just what is being done in the hospitals? in NZ? and Australia?
            Just being in hospital, are they on a drip? an oxygen boost? besides routine temp, blood-pressure monitoring, bloods tested, etc.
            Come on, is there an actual treatment going on?

            Even ICU seems to be low in Covid use numbers.
            ICU makes me think of ventilators, catheters, drips, though not exactly true either. It is just more on hand, and the plugs are almost in place.
            At this stage our death rate does seem very low.

            Where are those reports on actual hospital ‘going ons’ treatments? medicines? what is the usual? when people are hospitalized.
            Shane Reti, find it & bring it out.
            Enough facts for the experts, plus in the layman’s understanding. 🙂
            Journalists do you job, but then you twisted lot load up all the opinionated feelz, 🙁

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      • In Africa HQC is bought at the local dairy and it is mandatory, to take it if you want to stay alive. The side effects, as I recall from being on safari 30 years ago, are minimal and sure beats dying or a life time of suffering bouts of Malaria. There appears to be an agenda being followed by the powers that be.

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  9. Cindy must have had her knickers in a bunch yesterday, having to front up in parliament yesterday to face Judith Collins. So breathed a sigh of relief and did another little dance last thursday after they rose at the end of this term!
    Now she has had a bad weekend and monday and has to front up.
    The only dancing she was doing yesterday was on the head of a pin!
    She was certainly singing a little diddy!

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    • She looked very unsettled during Question Time, fiddling with her papers, speaking in a hesitant voice, and constantly ‘stroking’ a folded sheet of paper. In no way was this a confident performance.

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      • I noticed that as well. She was holding on to that paper as if her life depended on it. This was not a confident person on top of the facts. She knows she is in shit. Its the depth she is unaware of.

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  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yyqo1oU4TVw
    Carter Page: Ex-FBI lawyer’s guilty plea is ‘tip of the iceberg’ in FBI wrongdoing

    Former foreign policy adviser to President Trump Carter Page reviews what happened to him and talks about other FBI wrongdoing during his tenure with the administration. He says ex-FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith’s hearing is a ‘turning point for justice in our country.’

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    • Excellent piece, it seems to be a trait of the leftists never to accept the blame for anything. If they actually wrote balanced reports we would still buy the papers. Herald phoned me to have a free trial I said no thank you I am not interested in reading the herald, its not worth the paper its written on. The fact is the leftists mostly love the free stuff so they won’t pay, seems to me they are on a hiding to nothing.

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      • “…that talk of woke agendas and Cancel Culture are part of the same Right-Wing conspiracy that gave us white privilege. According to this view journalists must intervene to set us all straight – there is nothing to see here.”

        Anyone else noticed the campaign to persuade the public that anyone who speaks against the current officially approved line of thought has been sucked in by a “conspiracy”. There are warnings everywhere about staying alert.

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  11. Systemic failure to blame for Auckland COVID-19 outbreak – Judith Collins
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/systemic-failure-to-blame-for-auckland-covid-19-outbreak-judith-collins.html

    She says if National is “fortunate enough” to be elected the party will ensure safer borders so New Zealand wouldn’t have to go back into lockdown.

    “Let’s put it this way – we actually would test. If we say we’re going to do it, we actually will do it,” she said.

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  12. I am concerned about the flood destruction in China of crops and food stores, particularly grains.
    A hungry dragon is a more desperate and dangerous one.

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    • President Trump reports China has ordered the largest order of corn ever in the history of the US and China have also bought up beef and grains.

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    • China going hungry is what everything is about at present. Trump upset their economy at a time when they needed to fill up the piggy bank as much as possible so they could feed their billions during the upcoming Solar Minimum. China knows history, they know that every major dynasty has fallen during a Solar Minimum because hungry peasants go into uprising and kill all their overlords. Have a guess what the Pig Farmer and his CCP colleagues don’t want to happen to their overlordship.

      Covid is about destroying the West’s economy so that the havoc that Trump wreaked on the Chinese economy (by using tariffs to stop the CCP ignoring all the free trade rules and undermining the US’s supply chain). The problem is that the CCP did not think that the sheeple in the West would buy the huge lie pushed by CCP’s left wing operatives in the US, Canada, Europe etc about Covid – it was more successful than they could have dreamed of. And now they’re going all in to utterly destroy Western capitalism.

      A hungry China is an expansionist China. Where is the least well-defended little green and lush land in China’s orbit of influence? That’s right – NZ – one or two warships and 500 troops would easily be enough to conquer NZ in a lightning strike. Once they have a toehold – who is going to help us? The US – after Cindy’s disgraceful behaviour? I don’t think so. Trump is done sacrificing US lives for nothing worthwhile.

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      • Two warships and 500 troops. Yep that would do. The NZ Army once had a reputation of being one the best armed forces in the world. Now they are little
        more than an emasculated boy scout peace keeping outfit ,with a focus on Maori culture and doing hakas. And we have Helen Klarkenfuhrer to thank for
        eviscerating the strike wing of the Air Force when the bitch decided to scrap
        the Skyhawk squadron. Again, those pilots were at the top of their game. I know this because I saw them in action.
        Maybe the planes were getting a bit old, but the IDF had the same
        planes which were retrofitted to come up to spec. NZ could have done the same. Now we have nothing to defend our country with.
        Might be a good idea to start learning Mandarin.

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  13. To lighten things up here are a couple of Jokes – lest we forget. David Clarke and another Clarke not Helen but funny Clarke & Labour do seem to produce r soles.

    The house was in darkness
    Apart from one light
    And the sound of odd noises
    disrupting the night

    The neighbours were curious
    Who could it be
    Was the shape in the shadows
    The strange Doctor C

    But what was he doing here
    He had a new home
    And why would he be here
    At night, all alone

    They were aware of the problems
    He’d said they were true
    That he’d been an idiot
    Which they already knew

    And here he was skulking
    Alone in the glow
    With no one to talk to
    And nowhere to go

    Jacinda had said
    I know what I’ll do
    There are 20 in cabinet
    You’re now 22

    And so she took over
    She sent him away
    Back to Dunedin
    But still on full pay

    But he didn’t need to worry
    No reason at all
    He’d still be a minister
    Whatever the call

    It’s winter, and Cindy is happily playing in the snow when she sees a patch of yellow up ahead. She hurries up there and see that it’s writing. It says, “Dump Cindy.” Naturally, she is furious. She calls in the chief plod and and demands he finds out who committed this atrocity. Soon there are cops running around questioning everybody, issuing subpoenas, etc. etc.
    Finally the chief plod comes to her and says, PM, I have good news and bad news.”
    “Good news first,” says Cindy, and the chief plod says, “We have tested the urine, and it belongs to Clark.”
    “Grrrrrrrr,” says Cindy. “I’ll have a talk with the him about that. All right, so what’s the bad news?”
    The chief Plod backs up a few steps. “The handwriting belongs to gollyG.

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    • Was the Waikato box for the Maori family who went to a tangi some time ago? One or 2 of them scarpered and had to be found by the police but presumably that household cluster are all clear now?

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      • “Waikato”‘s Tokoroa connection I believe from that original Rotorua, Taupo travels of that Auckland family.

        The “tangi scarpered 2”, lets believe that testing and isolation was adhered to. 🙁 and that around that group testing was done.
        After all that ethno-nationalists make the claims they are the most at risk, health wise and need more resources $$$$

        Extra Household 6 is in the green square and tracks back to the Auckland contact.

        It is the right hand squares with unknown contact source

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        • The point I am making Is I cant see a green circle anywhere on that diagram, ( unless I am colour blind)

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  14. Digby duck shovler. Another slippery eel when it comes to wriggling away from the truth. Interview with Commodore Webb.

    Air Commodore Webb confirms just 40% of Covid-19 facility staff were tested prior to new outbreak

    The head of managed isolation and quarantine facilities has this morning confirmed only 40 per cent of his staff had been tested for Covid-19 prior to last week’s fresh community outbreak.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/air-commodore-webb-confirms-just-40-covid-19-facility-staff-were-tested-prior-new-outbreak?auto=6182248700001

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  15. Another Joke – I am having fun today –

    My wife and I went into town and visited a shop. When we came out, there was a cop
    writing out a parking ticket.
    We went up to him and I said, “come on man, how about giving a senior citizen a break?”
    He ignored us and continued writing the ticket. I called him an “asshole.”
    He glared at me and started writing another ticket for having worn-out tires.
    So Judith (my wife)called him a “shithead.”
    He finished the second ticket and put it on the windshield with the first. Then he started
    writing more tickets.
    This went on for about 20 minutes. The more we abused him, the more tickets he wrote.
    He finally finished, sneered at us and walked away. Just then our bus arrived, and we got
    on it and went home. We always look for cars with Vote Liarbour stickers.
    We try to have a little fun each day now that we’re retired.

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  16. You know the weather is truly crap in Auckland today: The annoying fuck-troll known as Wayne Crapp is spewing his arrogant lefty shite on Kiwiblog this morning. God knows how he became National MP for North Shore after failing as a Labour candidate.

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    • Was I the only one who noticed Ardern answering questions yesterday with folded papers in her hand ? she was folding and unfolding them repeatedly then screwing them back and forth as if she is trying to turn them back into pulp.
      This is a classic symptom of intense stress ,I’d wager the creature is about to have some time off for an “undisclosed sickness” ,lets see how she handles todays grilling.

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  17. Judith Collins was very polite, perhaps too polite, with Radio NZ and Corrin Dann this morning despite their very low standards of interviewing ethics. It was a masterclass in handling a hostile interviewer.

    I noted Dann interrupted answers and cut Judith Collins off or her sound was muted so her comments could not be completed. I was more interested in what Judith had to say rather than Dann seeking a potential “gotcha answer” to a pathetic question.

    Very biased in my observation and not letting Judith Collins explain her position. Media, including Radio, should be enabling questioning of government actions as they constantly probe for the truth.

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    • Dann thinks he is a bit of a hot shot. That is the technique of a feeble interviewer, hide your inadequacies behind interruptions. Never understood how he retains the job, in my opinion. Judith should refuse to do interviews unless this behaviour stops.

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  18. Interesting article from a German pathologist:
    https://www.thetruthbarrier.com/2020/08/17/german-forensic-pathologist-klaus-puschel-stuns-german-tv-audience-100-of-autopsied-in-hamburg-did-not-die-of-covid-19/

    Healthy people should not be afraid of infection: “The fear that this is a killer virus and that many will die from it is completely exaggerated,” said Püschel. “We have to make it clear that we don’t want to be in a glass case. We can’t protect ourselves from everything. And this virus is a comparatively low risk.” The virus is also by no means a death sentence for the elderly and sick. “Most will survive the disease there,” said Püschel.

    “This virus affects our lives in a completely exaggerated way. This is out of proportion to the risk posed by the virus,” says the renowned medical examiner. “I am convinced that corona mortality will not even make itself felt as a peak in annual mortality.” There is no reason for fear of death in connection with the spread of the disease in the Hamburg region.”

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  19. Hmmm Saw this. Now unless proved otherwise, I would be following that line of thinking. Unless of course it remains in the air and is more infectious than previously thought…

    “Seriously is it that hard to believe that a single US woman locked up in Rydges for two weeks saw an young attractive Pasifika maintenance man….and you join the dots.

    If so, I’d suggest he probably hasn’t been honest with his Church, family ….or especially health officials.

    Perhaps somebody should ask the questions of Ms. US-Genome instead?”

    I know this is the BBC, but https://www.bbc.com/news/world-53329946 Coronavirus: WHO rethinking how Covid-19 spreads in air

    All we want is the truth, nothing but the truth. It does exist. Its out there. Its not that hard Chippy…….

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  20. This is probably wishful thinking on my part, but I’m getting the feeling this second, unnecessary lock down (which was very obviously a political manoeuvre, with nothing to do with health ) might turn out to be a ” movement of the worm ” moment for this election. ( Remember the Peter Dunne comment and worm moving in the debate many years ago).

    Interviews like the pathetic Dann interview will just make Judith Collins dig her toes in and I think she not stop going to the interviews but will come up with a way to skewer Dann –he is stupid and arrogant enough to think he is “winning”.

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  21. The antidote to the Fountain of Youth must be located somewhere on Parliament Grounds. Sir John Key aged about twenty years in eight as Prime Minister & has lost ten in the last three.

    Now it’s the turn of the Mad Queen whose “youth adjacent” visage now resembles her mother’s on a bad morning while the past six months have been tough on St Ashley of Bullshit.

    Soon they’ll need gib stoppers & fibrous plasterers instead of make-up artists before TV interviews.

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    • It fucking astounds me that she is still claiming to be ‘Youth Adjacent’!
      She is only three years younger than me (*though she looks ten years older) and no way in HELL would I claim to be ‘Hip’ and ‘Down with the Youth’ etc
      Nothing sadder than a 40-sumthing with a DJ deck trying to be cool….Age gracefully for fucks sake!
      Rant over.

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  22. So the hobbition visitor on 7th august, came from where, when, and did they quarantine?
    The borders been closed for how long now, yet this sounds like a Chinese tour group!
    Come on tell us more, it’s starting to get interesting!
    How are you going to spin this!

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  23. Global facial recognition company working closely with NZ govt

    A major company at the centre of controversies over facial recognition technology in the US and UK is working closely with the New Zealand government.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/global-facial-recognition-company-working-closely-nz-govt

    NeoFace will be used from next January.

    “It will be used to check photos against our database and help investigate potential fraud,” the department said in a statement.

    NeoFace is controversial for its other major use globally – identifying up to 1000 “persons of interest” per minute in real-time feeds from CCTV cameras.

    In the UK this month, an appeals court ruled the use by police in Wales of NeoFace was unlawful and a violation of human rights.

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  24. Woods blames returning Kiwi for mingling with other quarantine guests at different stage of isolation.

    Coronavirus: Megan Woods questions credibility of Kiwi who says groups mingled in managed isolation
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/coronavirus-megan-woods-questions-credibility-of-kiwi-who-says-groups-mingled-in-managed-isolation.html

    A recently-returned New Zealander has hit back at minister Megan Woods for taking a crack at his credibility after he claimed different groups had been mixing in managed isolation.

    He called for better management of returnees at different stages of the 14-day period, claiming staff are managing “a spread of 14 days in one facility”.

    “It’s not that hard to [group] people together,” he said.

    Woods dismissed the allegations of poor management, implying that if any “mixing and mingling” of returnees had occurred, it was because Lunjevich had breached the rules.

    “If he claims he was mixing and mingling with other people, that is well below the expectations… I think that individual needs to take some responsibility for his actions inside the facility.”

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    • I could not imagine Woods isolating in ‘quarantine’

      She would be all over the other guests – look, who is that over there ?
      When they look away she nicks their pie off the plate.

      Goes from Three pies Woody to 18 Pie Woody 🙂

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    • Typical Woods and Government response , blame their stuff ups on other people. Clearly the guy is not talking about himself but the conditions of the quarantine allowing people to mingle with others.

      These idiot Ministers keep digging the hole bigger and bigger. Also they are giving Judith and Gerry more ammunition every day.

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      • Quarantine involves isolation of infectious individuals. This is not the case here. This is mass detention of the infected and healthy together.

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    • I see he has responded rejecting the unsolicited rebuke from Minister Woods. Good on him. I find him more credible than the Minister on the matter; he was there.

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  25. Two Countdown supermarkets in Auckland close after customers test positive for Covid-19
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/countdown-in-aucklands-cbd-closes-after-customer-tests-positive-covid-19

    Countdown’s General Manager of Health & Safety Kiri Hannifin says the Quay Street and St Lukes supermarkets are “closing for cleaning” after being advised by ADHB two separate positive cases shopped there.

    A customer told 1 NEWS this afternoon that shoppers inside the Quay Street supermarket were told over loud speaker to finish their shopping and leave as the store would be closing.

    Ms Hannafin says Countdown has been contacted by the Auckland Regional Public Health Service about visits made by “two separate people to two separate Countdown supermarkets in Auckland in the last week, who have now been found to have Covid-19”.

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    • Well Hell, serves people right for going to that dodgy Aussie outfit.

      Stick with locally owned New World.

      I’m closer to St Luke’s C_untdown than either New World Roskill or NW Vic park but prefer our mob.
      They are soooo slooooow at CD that it is quicker to go to the others anyway.

      Wasn’t Shame Jones going to to give C_untdown an enema or was that all talk… as usual.

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  26. Out of interest, has anyone heard Ash and Cinders describe any case on the loose on our side of the border, as anything but “low risk”? What do you have to do to be a “high risk”?

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    • So it is mandatory, even before it is proved to be effective or not just because it could manufactured in Australia, by the look of it.
      Seems Scomo is getting like Boris.

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  27. Meanwhile over on Stuffed, it would seem Cindy’s first lockdowm was
    illegal for nine days. Can she please be arrested? Kidnapping is illegal.

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  28. High Court rules Arden’s lockdown an illegal breach of human rights.

    Now imagine if that were Trump. She should resign.

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    • Oh dear! It is embarrassing for the mad queen!
      Will she come out and apologize to the 5 million she locked up?
      You fucked up Ho!

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    • Early stages of Covid-19 Level 4 lockdown ruled unlawful by High Court

      The Government message to isolate at home at the start of the national Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown was justified, but unlawful, according to a judgement from the High Court.
      https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/early-stages-covid-19-level-4-lockdown-ruled-unlawful-high-court

      For nine days between March 26 and April 3, the order for people to stay at home and in their bubbles was justified but unlawful, according to the court.

      A law change on April 3 then made the lockdown legal. The High Court said its ruling today has no effect on restrictions after April 3, including the current restrictions in the Auckland region.

      Lawyer Andrew Borrowdale sought a judicial review of the legality of the early stages of the lockdown against the Director-General of Health and the Attorney-General in the High Court in Wellington last month.

      In court Mr Borrowdale’s lawyer, Tiho Mijatov, said the Government needed to follow the law and couldn’t make rules by decree.

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      • Ardern also refused to release Crown Law advice telling the pigs they had no authority.

        Ardern’s offending was deliberate and purposeful. The Governor General needs to dissolve parliament and order her troops to stand down and release the political prisoners, in the camps.

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      • So what does it effectively mean?

        It appears to be another slap on the wrist with a wet bus ticket. A bit like Helen Clark committing art fraud, or stealing over $800k of taxpayer’s money back in 2005.

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      • I heard a Radio report from a Minister indicating a view the Court agreed with the governments actions. Yes, maybe, but also noted they were not lawful andthat needed to be attended too.

        I expect the government to act only in a lawful manner. I do not accept that Select committees can be dispensed with or response times shortened. I do not accept it is reasonable to rush legislation in the dead of night. I am not OK with the Arms Act amendments made without awaiting the Report of the Royal Commission set up to examine the situation post Tarrants act of violence and murder.
        This governments record is not one to be proud off or repeated.

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  29. How many victims have been released from the illegal army run concentration camps, and how many inmates have been cremated?

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  30. Did someone say patriots?

    Mali president resigns after military mutiny, dissolves parliament

    President Keita, Prime Minister Boubou Cisse and other top government officials were earlier detained by mutinying soldiers, worsening a national crisis in a country already grappling with a jihadist insurgency and mass protests.

    UN chief Antonio Guterres demanded “the immediate and unconditional release” of Mali’s president and members of his government.

    “The secretary-general strongly condemns these actions and calls for the immediate restoration of constitutional order and rule of law in Mali,” a spokesman for Guterres said in a statement.

    The UN Security Council is planning emergency discussions about Mali on Wednesday.

    The second round of votes, in April, was disrupted in the country’s volatile north and central areas. Later, Mali’s constitutional court overturned the results of some 30 seats, a move that was advantageous for 10 candidates in President Keita’s party.

    In June, public anger at the government’s handling of the elections spilled onto the streets in the capital Bamako. The June 5 Movement — Rally of Patriotic Forces, known as M5-RFP, have held further anti-government protests, with many demanding Keita resign. Fourteen people were killed during protests in July.

    Kati saw a mutiny in 2012 that led to a coup d’etat that ousted then-President Amadou Toumani Toure and contributed to the fall of northern Mali into the hands of jihadi militants.

    https://www.dw.com/en/mali-president-resigns-after-military-mutiny-dissolves-parliament/a-54608009

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    • I spent nearly three years in Mali in the early eighties. I enjoyed my time there a lot and was happy. I would love to have driven the trans Sahara route via Tammanrasset (which I visited in the mid seventies) and Gao to Bamako but never got the chance.

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  31. Ardern hits back after Collins criticises new appointments to bolster border testing as ‘another working group’

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has shot down Opposition leader Judith Collins’ claim that the appointment of a new team to help the Ministry of Health bolster border testing is “another working group”.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/ardern-hits-back-after-collins-criticises-new-appointments-bolster-border-testing-another-working-group?auto=6182358257001

    On her way to the House, Ms Collins told reporters: “I’m starting to think that they might as well just make Brian and Heather Cabinet Ministers and be done with it.”

    She said Cabinet had “dropped the ball” when it came to setting the parameters for the Ministry of Health to carry out testing at the border, and that there was no point in blaming the ministry.

    “Why has the Prime Minister had to bring in another working group today of Heather Simpson and Sir Brian Roche?” she asked.

    Ms Ardern replied: “We haven’t.

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      • The media, and even the High Court, are attempting to read down the magnitude of Ardern’s wrongs. The reporting and decision it’s self, are a cooks tour of weasel words.

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    • I read the news report and assumed from it that Sir Brian Roche and Heather Simpson are on the payroll for something. It may not be called a working group…. and that makes me think the PM’s response on the point could have been more transparent and perhaps useful.

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  32. Over 60,000 vehicles have been stopped, and passengers interrogated by loyalist troops, as the regime enforces martial law in Auckland.

    An unknown number are detained in detention centers sans legal representation, or medical care.

    Attacks on, the remnants of, free media continue.

    Elections are cancelled sine die.

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    • These illegal actions need to be stopped.
      Ardern is out of control.
      She would have no idea of the carnage she has, and is
      still causing. My bet is she wouldn’t give a fuck anyway.

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  33. Get on and vote for David Seymour!!!!! Some of these I know and don’t like for obvious reasons and some I have heard of vaguely. David Seymour seems to be one of the frontrunners? He was the only human I would vote for, otherwise it would have been Mittens – at least cats are definitely not lefties! 🐱

    Have your say: Who should win the 2021 New Zealander of the Year?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/have-your-say-who-should-win-the-2021-new-zealander-of-the-year.html

    With 12 days remaining to get nominations in, 1330 Kiwis had already been nominated across New Zealander of the Year and its supporting category titles.

    These included a “significant number” of nominations for Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield as well votes for Newshub National Correspondent Patrick Gower, fashion designer Kelly Coe, musician Dane Rumble, Kiwis in London founder Clint Heine and The Rock radio host and mental health advocate Bryce Casey.

    There were also a number of votes for microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles, radio host Simon Barnett, Mittens the Wellington celebrity cat and political figures such as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Green MP Chloe Swarbrick and ACT Party leader David Seymour.

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    • The doctors are all political whores acting as activists, not as medical professionals. They should be struck off.

      I’d say what I’d really do with them, but Ed would be compelled to ban me.

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      • It’s a fucking sorry indictment of contemporary society that a liberal, unionist, tree hugger, like me, voted for our most “right” politician.

        Just saying.

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          • Gotta play with the cards we are dealt. I’m well aware of the “neo lib” arguments against ACT.

            But they pragmatic non elitist liberals. They have good intentions and workable policy.

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              • The religious are just another brand of zealots who put ideology before people and outcomes.

                My friend, the Jew, is largely not this way. They are rather more atheist or seperate. Except for the extreme elements who do tremendous harm.

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                • The Servants of the Pope formerly known as the NZ National Party carry on with the traditions of religious extremists everywhere Kea.

                  Instance their gutting of the End of Life Choice Act where they force old people to die like dogs wallowing in their own shit for the parliamentarians’ sick religious beliefs.

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  34. South Auckland, now Parnell Apartment

    COVID-19: Person in Auckland apartment complex tests positive for coronavirus
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/covid-19-person-in-auckland-apartment-complex-tests-positive-for-coronavirus.html

    “All other residents in both buildings are considered ‘causual contacts’. This means they have not been close enough to the person with the virus, or for long enough to be at higher risk,” the letter says.

    The apartment complex is made up of two buildings. One has 115 apartments and the other has 105, according to its website.

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    • Given the incompetence of 3 pies, Chippy, Ardoom, Ernst Blofeld and Digby do you really think they could achieve this ?

      I say, foregedaboud it !!

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  35. It took 10 minutes for tv1 to cover the illegal lockdown!
    Way down on their priorities!
    That’s what 50 mill get you!

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  36. You go Gerry, don’t back down and let the bastards off the hook! Gerry Brownlee says the msm coverage is pro labour.

    Gerry Brownlee says comment to supporters won’t whip up distrust of media
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/gerry-brownlee-says-comment-supporters-wont-whip-up-distrust-media?auto=6182017099001

    “With endless wall to wall coverage, the deep resources of Government, and a favourable media, it is hard for anyone not to see Labour have the cards stacked in their favour,” Mr Brownlee wrote in a campaign email asking National supporters for financial help ahead of the election.

    When asked today about the comment, Mr Brownlee said he was not undermining media, but instead “just stating a fact”.

    “When you have a situation like (the Covid-19 pandemic), and we experienced this with Christchurch (earthquake), the Government does get more air time than the Opposition does because it’s the Government that has to do things.”

    “The Prime Minister is on the airwaves everyday at 1pm.”

    Today, Mr Brownee said he was “not apologising for asking questions, that’s my job, I’m in Opposition”.

    “I’ve said I’m sorry people have taken it as some kind of conspiracy accusation, it was never meant to be like that.”

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    • The media construct any criticism of Ardern as a conspiracy. In an election year.

      This is communism, totalitarianism and very dark. I warned of this well before covid was a thing

      Kea: 100
      Doubters: 0

      Yet people persist in portraying Ardern as stupid rather than evil.

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  37. North Island drug bust: 20 arrested, property and cannabis seized in major police operation
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/north-island-drug-bust-20-arrested-property-and-cannabis-seized-in-major-police-operation.html

    Police said on Wednesday 163 officers had seized residential properties, vehicles, firearms, cash, and cannabis after 23 search warrants were executed in Taupō, Hamilton, and Rotorua after six months of dedicated investigation.

    “Property restrained by an order issued from the High Court today [Wednesday] includes three residential houses, five vehicles including two classic cars, nine Harley Davidson motorcycles, a jet ski, jewellery, and more than $100,000 cash.”

    Police said 3450 cannabis plants were seized, valued at about $3.2 million.

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      • The gangs only sell cannabis as a service to their meth customers Kea. It lets them come down from a P induced high without undue suffering.

        But the experts on YSB know in their widdle hearts that I’m wrong. Watching Reefer Madness on loop for fifty years has warped their minds. 🙂

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  38. Do they really think their lies won’t come back to bite them?!

    Government was advised testing all border staff wasn’t viable when Health Minister was promising it
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/government-was-advised-testing-all-border-staff-wasn-t-viable-when-health-minister-was-promising-it.html

    The Government was told it wasn’t workable.

    “It was actually logistically complex. I’ve said that a number of times,” Dr Bloomfield said on Wednesday.

    ACT leader David Seymour has questions for the Government.

    “Either they ignored the advice and told everyone they were testing everybody or worse still they took the advice, didn’t do the testing and then lied to the public,” he told Newshub.

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  39. AOC nominated Sanders for President.
    The Dems are finished for sure.
    The left eating the left.
    Trump 2020, 2024, 2028 etc

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  40. Cannabis is illegal because it’s bad for us. We know that cannabis is bad for us because it is illegal.

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  41. The world’s toughest lockdown has resulted in the world’s highest COVID-19 death toll

    Once hailed as a COVID-19 “success story,” Peru is now the COVID-19 case study that lockdown advocates no longer want to discuss. Lima is on pace to surpass Belgium (another strict lockdown country) sometime next week as having the world’s highest COVID-19 deaths per million. So why is no one talking about it?

    For months on end, Peruvians were largely forbidden from leaving their homes. The country began its lockdown like many others, by cutting itself off from the rest of the world, closing its borders to outsiders, and shutting down the nation’s economy and society.

    https://jordanschachtel.substack.com/p/the-worlds-toughest-lockdown-has?utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=twitter

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  42. My considered opinion is that YSB should be the governing political party.

    Who would have thought the free exchange of ideas actually worked out ok.

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  43. Quote:
    The sheer demented blind faith of the lockdown lovers:

    – promote medieval-level “science”
    – get medieval-level outcomes…

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