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  1. I’ll admit I haven’t been keeping up with international news for a few weeks but how did I miss this ,
    on the 2/8/20 the Centre for disease control in the US made a statement that “there is no evidence that masks help stop the spread of Covid 19 at all” ,FFS what are we supposed to believe?our esteemed leader will be mandating that masks be worn at all times when leaving your house after her reelection in October.
    This whole Covid thing is getting more bizarre by the day and I just hope that in ten years we aren’t looking back at this time of financial ruin for the world economy as the biggest overreaction since Y2K, if we are only lynchings and bloodletting of the people responsible for it will suffice.

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    • Having spent a lot of time in Taiwan, which although right next to China has beaten the virus, I can see the benefits in wearing a mask, but as your free choice not by decree from the lying dictator

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    • The whole Covid thing is a scam. Mass hysteria has infected everyone, and even David Seymour and Judith Collins have been infected with their support of the lockdowns. The latter even wants the wage subsidy extended, which makes her a socialist.
      The mortality rate from Covid is very small compared to the infection rate, though still more than from regular ‘flu.
      Won’t matter who wins the election in October. Dictatorship is here to stay.
      NZ get a grip!
      As for borrowing money to pay for the effects of the pandemic; credit is created by banks, and other financial institutions, at the click of a mouse, so it can also be cancelled at the click of a mouse. Unless we, and the rest of the now indebted world, want to be slaves to the banks for the rest of time.

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  2. Japan has long experimented with toilets, resulting in lids that open and close automatically and seats that warm up. But the new stalls — designed by Shigeru Ban, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect — are made out of an opacity-changing “smart glass” that is already used in offices and other buildings to provide privacy when needed.
    Using “smart glass,” a Pritzker Prize-winning architect created colourful toilet stalls to allay fears about safety and hygiene. The toilets were set up in two public parks.

    Public toilets around the globe have a reputation for being dark, dirty and dangerous. Tokyo recently unveiled new restrooms in two public parks that aim to address those concerns.

    For one thing, they are brightly lit and colourful.

    For another, they are transparent.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=12358169&&ref=recommended

    We cou;d use some round this country.
    I recall that our super fund has a large shareholding in the american company that produces this glass.

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  3. More bullshit and lies.

    Why banks were not included in the original order was unclear last night.

    MBIE, the Reserve Bank and the Ministry of Health variously referred questions to each other about the issue on Tuesday.

    A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health said the original application “did not meet the criteria for an exemption”.

    The ministry then received “further information” allowing it to be approved, but she would not say what, citing “privacy reasons”.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12359535

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    • Another day in the Land that was Free, and the Home of the Slave.
      Nope. Not America, but New Zealand. What new and exciting things
      will the Prime Skeleton unleash on the public today?
      Hopefully her resignation.

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    • We have been through careless handling of an application for exemption by this Ministry before. Perhaps they are not set up to handle such matters or not up to the task. That exemptions and a process for handling them is deemed necessary is another matter.

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      • Business NZ on with Peter Williams. No business representative deemed necessary by govt on covid committee this time. Without business representation result is a complete cockup with repercussions not being predicted.

        Labour working with business. Pfffft!

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        • The Great Covid Scam of 2020 is political not medical.

          The business failures are a result of a political offensive using the false flag of medicine under the auspices of the corrupt CDC and W.H.O.

          Everything points to ‘taking control’ and using fear as a key tool in establishing control.

          The fact that medical personnel who speak up are suppressed and in many cases quietly punished; and the fact that the distributors of the Fear are the dumbass media, tells an intelligent, discerning person what they need to know.

          If you need to choose between reward or punishment to push through an idea, punishment works every time.
          But you confuse the muppets (doublespeak) by saying ‘be kind’.

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  4. The tigers tongue may be dangerous but not as much as our dear leader/////// ptpm, that is far more deadly.

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  5. They’re talking about Auckland still being in a drought this morning. FS I’ve tipped out 130mm so far this month. I need gumboots for the dog walk. It’s not a drought; it’s bloody gross incompetence. And the chief cocker-upper at Watercare, Raveen Jaduram, has said “thanks for the $775,000pa salary, it’s been nice, see you later”.

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          • That just proves Maori were right. Because they lacked modern NZ dollars, they could never appease taniwha. Only with the white man could taniwha be placated and his invention of “money”…and then only with lots of it. It never ever goes into the pockets of the tribal leaders and their boxes at Eden Park, no never.

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  6. Stock exchange operator NZX halts trading early following offshore cyber attack

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/stock-exchange-operator-nzx-halts-trading-early-following-offshore-cyber-attack

    Trading was stopped at approximately 3.57pm after it experienced a “volumetric distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack” which impacted its system connectivity, Spark and NZX said today in a joint statement.

    The attack “aims to disrupt service by saturating a network with significant volumes of internet traffic,” the statement read.

    “The attack was able to be mitigated and connectivity has now been restored for NZX.”

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    • If possible the country and mongrels responsible should be named and loudly shamed. If it turns out they are the scum using Spark landlines for the automated message irritation then let’s rip in to them. Collect also the twerps responsible for the seemingly never ending and unwanted gambling and bitcoin email tsunami.

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    • They must be skinflints. They could sign up to a distributed service like cloudfare or imperva to thwart DDOS attacks for a reasonable price.

      Update.

      Looking up their ip addres it belongs to an outfit called red shield security. They claim they do DDoS mitigation as well as the usual security stuff. So maybe they have implemented this in response or perhaps it wasn’t distributed across enough reverse proxies

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  7. Bloody hell. How’s this story that’s coming out about the govt paying motel rents to private landlords to house their MSD ‘clients’. So for three-bedder, landlord getting $150 per room PER NIGHT. Equals more than $150,000 per year!!! Someone should get the boot for this.

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    • It’s ok for the government. They seem to think that the reservoir of money is limitless.
      Will we ever see this money again?
      Probably in wheelbarrows.

      I have never forgotten the German postage stamp that my grandfather showed me when I was a little boy. “Eine million” printed over the top of a little green stamp that had originally been more than a million times less in nominal value.

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          • I would think, that just like I mentioned the other day about the Ugandan lock-down, will be ruthlessly done to standard African practice.
            https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-495/#comment-92427

            Mean while in Zimbabwe
            He also said the renewed lockdown will be stringently enforced by the country’s security forces, including the military and police.
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            But disgruntled pro-democracy activists in Zimbabwe have criticized the curfew as an onslaught on planned July 31 anti-government protests.
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            “The curfew is clearly aimed at stopping planned anti-government protests set for July 31 and this is an affront to democracy. It’s a subtle way of crucifying democracy hiding behind coronavirus fight,” Owen Dhliwayo, a pro-democracy activist in Harare, told Anadolu Agency.
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            Yet, even then, Mnangagwa said: “Desertion from quarantine centers by returnees and infected persons, resulting in the exposure of innocent lives to the virus will be considered a criminal act and invite a robust response from our law and public health enforcement arm.

            https://www.aa.com.tr/en/africa/zimbabwe-president-declares-curfew-amid-spiraling-virus/1918073

            Censorship about problems will be strong in those countries, as it is another phase of covering for their corruption.

            So we have to fight and support the ones who take this CoL to task.

            Reasoned facts, as even the Labour woman in Alice’s video 8:37 am below, strongly showed up the deviousness of how data was created in the UK.
            https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-498/#comment-93084

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            • “Germans were recently asked to rank their anxieties in order of intensity. Their foremost fear, it transpired, was of helplessness in old age. Second – taking precedence over cancer, or terrorism, or unemployment – came the fear of inflation. This extraordinary finding was published by the respected Allensbach Institute, 90 years after the great German hyperinflation came to an end in the autumn of 1923.”

              Looks like the Germans have taken to heart the lectures from their own grandparents, too!
              (Personally, I suspect that in some ways the war and its aftermath absolutely broke them.)

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    • Cindy says it’s no problem. The government has lots of other peoples money. Reminds me of something Maggie Thatcher said back in the day.

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  8. Saggy,”someone should get the boot for this ” it’ll be a small useless office worker that weighs about 60kgs, my guess is half of 3 pies Woods for the boot.

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  9. COVID-19: Judith Collins blasts Government for not extending wage subsidy but says she wouldn’t pay for every day businesses were closed either
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/covid-19-judith-collins-blasts-government-for-not-extending-wage-subsidy-but-says-she-wouldn-t-pay-for-every-day-businesses-were-closed-either.html

    “It’s not as though businesses caused this lockdown – it’s obviously been caused by a border mishap,” she said.

    Collins has repeatedly blamed the Government’s border controls for Auckland’s current outbreak of COVID-19, the source of which is yet to be found.

    Her claims follow a Newshub revelation two weeks ago that 60 percent of staff at the border had not received a COVID-19 test. The Government has since mandated an order to require all staff be tested for the virus.

    Despite extensive genomic testing the source of the outbreak which thrust Auckland into lockdown is still a mystery. But Collins doesn’t agree.

    “They’re still saying they don’t know where it came from – it didn’t come from the sky, it didn’t come from a rock in your garden – it came from the border,” she said.

    In her interview with The AM Show host Duncan Garner, Collins said the Government was being “silly” by not extending the subsidy.

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    • Very good questions and points, staying very much with facts and data, and how it is used, or misused, like not reporting when there were zero deaths due to Covid on a day or certain days.

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    • Our liberties taken away.
      Our personal details taken down.
      Our businesses and work frozen.

      Sooner or later the voter will get tired of all these government claims.

      The people will want their lives back. And they will vote for the party who will do so.

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      • It’s bad here, but it is even worse in Melbourne and
        Victoria. The whole state has become a dictatorship
        enforced by police thugs. The Premier Dan Andrews is
        Cindy in drag. She would love to do that here.

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    • Obviously, the people with special papers to their names haven’t been able to conclude (“correctly”) that this snow is the special warm snow. After all, they have the mental flexibility to believe that everywhere is warming much faster than everywhere else.

      Of course, the usual claim is that is just weather. If a particular day is warmer than usual, that isn’t weather, it’s climate.

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      • The data shows the amazing lack of uniformity of temperature and precipitation around the world. Some parts are colder and some are hotter. How on earth do you legitimately “average” all these data points to come up with a meaningful figure?
        The location where you take your measurements can make a great difference. (Especially if you change the location of those samples over time.)

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        • In some respects the concept of an “average Tempertaure” is pretty well meaningless. I bit like a guy with one foot in ice and the other in boiling water, but comfortable according to the average…..

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          • Good analogy.
            How do you sell “global warming” or “climate change” unless you can offer a single figure to the public?

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    • Right, so are we going to appreciate the increase in living costs generated by legislation and regulation along with local government fluffing about to handle climate change.

      This tax and rate payer is not OK with living costs being raised by legislation, regulation or local body waste in the name of handling climate change.

      It is wrong and in my view a world scale scam. The coming Solar minimum will amply demonstrate that.

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      • It’s all part of the “great reset”. We are being manipulated to conform and pay more taxes to our globablist communist overlords.

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    • Not Mon, climate always changes and man adapts, whatyagonna do turn off the sun? stop the rain and snow with tribal dances, tax us for the CO2 thats greening the planet, naa its a power grab led bye the insane assumption that we are all as stupid as they are, the only thing that needs turned of is the Labor and coalition partys funding.

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  10. Judith Collins calls for more Covid-19 funds spent on businesses rather than ‘the dole queue’
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2020/08/26/wage-subisdy-judith.html?auto=6184466106001

    “It is costing about half a billion dollars a week, but you know what, I’d rather that we actually spent that money on keeping people in work than on the dole queue,” she told TVNZ1’s Breakfast this morning.

    Extending wage subsidy ‘sensible and pragmatic’, says Judith Collins. Ms Collins this morning said businesses will be closing down without the extra help.

    “We’ve heard from the hospitality association that have said 10 per cent of their businesses will be closed by next week they believe. I don’t think that’s outrageous in terms of scaremongering. I think they’re very genuine in that and that’s certainly what we’re hearing from people.”

    Ms Collins also said she would like the disconnect between the Ministry of Health and Government ministers cleared up when the select committee reconvenes – particularly around Covid-19 testing.

    “We found out yesterday that the testing of frontline staff, those at the border facilities and managed isolation facilities – we were promised that was going to be happening every week, and they were promised that… It turns out they haven’t been.”

    “Dr Shane Reti, I think he’ll do an excellent job on that committee for us.”

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  11. Have you come across that phrase “earthquake-prone”?
    For example, “The building is earthquake-prone, which means it’s less than 34 per cent of the New Building Standard (NBS).”

    Surely what they mean to say is “earthquake-vulnerable”.
    I understand “_____-prone” as meaning that you get _____ more often than other people. For example, “accident-prone” or “gaff-prone.”

    Logically, an “earthquake-prone” building will experience more earthquakes than the other buildings around it. How could this be? Perhaps the building in question is located astride a geological fault?

    What is your explanation of this illogical English expression?

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    • Do not have an explanation other than it seems a reason to spend a heap of money, for example, on a dilapidated, dark and disgraceful public toilet that should be demolished. It however has a heritage designation therefore the council takes the view it needs to be strengthened to comply, at more than the cost of replacement, and then renovated in keeping with its heritage designation, to make it useful as a public toilet.

      This is a Victorian edifice long past it’s use by date for practical people. It has an ornamental dome that was removed long ago. It is not as it was built.

      Not sure this answers your question on language use…….the ratepayers have to cough up either way.

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      • Agreed.

        Burning the shithole down -filled with the ghosts of anarchy and communism- was probably a good solution.
        Outsmart the council wallahs and cripe Wellington is full of Them.

        A different take on the 1985 to 1987 era when Chase Corporation RSsoles burnt down their building purchase targets when their first offer was not accepted.
        Amazing they never got burned themselves for that.
        Crazy times. -Chase, Equiticorpse, Rada, Anzon, Renouf…

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    • Odakyu-sen

      I agree with your post –stupid use of language.

      I assume you have picked that up from the report this morning about the pub in Wellington that the owners want to demolish because of the cost of upgrading is so high. The irony with it is it is a very old building but somehow despite the NBC this building has survived for decades and yet new buildings built according to the grand building code of the time (I’m referring to the Stats Building which was probably less than 5 years old at the time) fail when it meets it’s first sizeable earthquake. The pub building has probably gone through 10+ major earthquakes and it is still standing. The same applies to many older buildings in Wellington.
      I think they have lost the plot with these Building Codes.

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      • Codes and compliance are great money-spinners for a bureaucracy of jobs-worthies.
        The whole point is this: do the Building Codes save lives and property?
        If they don’t, then scrap them.

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    • …..”What is your explanation of this illogical English expression?”…..

      Absolute pig ignorance on the part of the writer.

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  12. Is anyone else sick of hearing about the Christchurch massacre sentencing or is it just me? The whole 4 day pantomime is looking more like a smokescreen to hide the governments incompetence by the minute.

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  13. How much does history repeat, but there is a “monies bank” rhyme here of almost 2 centuries ago.

    1832 President Andrew:- Jackson warned that if the Bank, a “mere monied corporation,” could use its money to buy politicians, “then nothing remains of our boasted freedom except the skin of the immolated victim.”
    He told his close friend and advisor Martin Van Buren: “The Bank, Mr. Van Buren, is trying to kill me, but I will kill it!”

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/08/trump-not-first-president-face-down-deep-state-robert-spencer/

    Learn from history, with that knowledge, reason to bring greater understanding, of knowing your self, so that it may reaffirm one’s principles, so as not to be tempted into a quagmire of ‘supposed’ easier decisions.

    Will all the USA government debt, would a new currency be made, and the old debts to the banks can not be collected?

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  14. How our lives have changed in less than a year.

    Did you think that New Zealanders would do the things that you have seen them do?
    If they will so readily do this because of the fear of a pandemic, then what else would push their buttons?
    – Threat of war?
    – Threat of a terrorist cell operating in this country?
    – Threat of some natural disaster that can be mitigated by human action?
    – Threat of “racism” or some other “health crisis”?

    Is there something unique about the Kiwi culture, or are we no different from the Australians, the British or other nations when it comes to “following orders”?

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  15. Bonus Bonds scheme set to end after 50 years due to ‘historically low’ interest rates

    As of today, Kiwis can no longer make new investments to ANZ’s Bonus Bonds scheme, with the bank looking to wind it up no later than October this year.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/bonus-bonds-scheme-set-end-after-50-years-due-historically-low-interest-rates

    Launched in 1970 by the Government, it marks the end of an era for many and comes as low-interest rates have continued to reduce the Bonus Bonds prize pool.

    “The ANZIS Board decided it is no longer appropriate to accept new investment into Bonus Bonds with immediate effect, and intends to start winding up the scheme no later than the end of October,” says Mr Kelleher.

    “Investors have two choices. They can redeem their Bonus Bonds before the scheme starts to wind up, or stay in the scheme and be entitled to a share of the remaining reserves, after expenses, when the scheme is wound up,” says Mr Kelleher.

    “Those who choose to stay during the wind-up phase will have their investments locked in during this process, which may take up to 12 months.”

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  16. The CCP has many different ways to have its “ways” applied to all of us.
    This censorship is to work an influene for the long term, even in NZ, I dare say.

    “As U.S. film studios compete for the opportunity to access Chinese audiences, many are making difficult and troubling compromises on free expression,”
    PEN America says in a recent report, “Made in Hollywood, Censored by Beijing.” …..

    Film content is now frequently changed even for American audiences, …….

    two films in 1997—Kundun and Seven Years in Tibet–depicting China’s conquest of Tibet, two major studios were banned from doing business in China for the next five years,
    https://www.rfa.org/english/news/tibet/censors-08172020170532.html

    Some are trying to make “wake up” calls, bring open laws of disclosure, to what is going on, and expose Holly Wood over this.

    Makes me wonder, about the films being made in NZ, do they have approval of being clear of controversy to the CCP?
    Are they quietly overseen by the universities in NZ., that have “Confucius Institutes”?
    Probably at this stage things have not been troubled with the CCP, but for how long, or is it NZ officials bureaucracy are like the 3 monkeys, full of self censoring, and would work ‘controls’ on others.

    Is there an insidious affect in NZ media or politicians?
    A hijab-ed Ardern talking about the Uighurs, would be interesting.

    It is sort of funny noting the self censor-ship by what seems all the powerful islamic countries, which are so often outspoken about the West.

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  17. Mike Hosking was not rude, he was holding Cindy to account. She should be wearing her big girl pants as she deems herself competent to sit in the prime minister’s seat and be paid the big bucks. Would Willie have gone easy on John Key while interviewing him when he was PM? Not that JK would have needed any help. 😉

    Willie Jackson hits out at Mike Hosking for ‘rude’ interview with Jacinda Ardern over COVID-19 response
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/willie-jackson-hits-out-at-mike-hosking-for-rude-interview-with-jacinda-ardern-over-covid-19-response.html

    Labour MP Willie Jackson has hit out at “shock jock” Mike Hosking after the Newstalk ZB radio host was “simply rude” to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during an interview on Tuesday. Would Willie have jumped to John Keys defense for a rough interview or would Willie be happy to be the tough interviewer?

    In a scathing post shared to Facebook, the Minister of Employment castigated Hosking for skewing his questions “towards the most negative possible assessment” of Ardern’s handling of COVID-19.

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      • Willie is a list MP for Labour. Probably believes he is being chivalrous defending dear leader but Cindy is the PM and shouldn’t need or want protection from him or anyone else.

        Sadly Cindy wasn’t prepared for the interview and knew nothing of what Mike was questioning her on. Unlike Cindy, Mike was prepared.

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          • Jackson is not very bright and driven by his ingrained unionism. Women are for the kitchen so Cindy needs his support even though she has the mantle of the highest job in the land. Willie sees Mike Hosking as a peasant attacking his queen and himself as a valiant knight riding to her rescue. If she was half the woman she should be she wouldn’t need rescuing. Judith wouldn’t put one of her MP’s attempting to rescue her but then Judith would be prepared. No such protestations coming from dear leader! 😂

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  18. Very, very few masks on Takapuna Beach this morning.

    I must go for a drive to West Auckland to assess the level of mask panic there.

    FOUR!!!
    THREE!!!
    TWO!!!
    ONE!!!

    What Fascist level are we on today?

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  19. ‘We are borrowing every single dollar we are paying out’ – Grant Robertson defends not extending the wage subsidy

    The Finance Minister has defended not extending the wage subsidy for the extra days of Auckland’s Level 3 restrictions.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/we-borrowing-every-single-dollar-paying-grant-robertson-defends-not-extending-wage-subsidy

    “We are borrowing every single dollar that we are paying out, and we have delivered 22 weeks of payment… we know it’s tough but you do have to look at this in the total level of support.”

    The Government had talked about the possibility of tapping into the $14bn it had set aside for the pandemic response if there had been another two-week extension.

    “We will always keep looking at that.”

    Treasury estimates the Auckland outbreak is costing the country about $500 million a week in lost economic activity.

    National’s Finance spokesperson Paul Goldsmith said the Government was not taking responsibility for the economic fallout.

    He said the cost did not take into account $1.6b in wage subsidies or the impact on jobs and families.

    “It all comes back ultimately to failures at the border.”

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    • Those responsible for the failures at the Border should resign.
      Woods or Bloomfield or Ardern or preferably all of them…
      They were asleep at the wheel- Basking in their own glory and focussing more on ‘cutesy’ dance videos than the job at hand!
      Someone must be held accountable for a disaster that has cost the Country billions and WILL cost lives.

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      • Lives have already been lost Cap. Suicides by
        desperate people pushed too far and with no
        way back. That is the real and biggest tragedy.
        Ardern, Bloomfield and that corrupt cunt, Peters
        have that to answer for.

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    • Waikatogirl@1225

      Yet so far, no ‘Reporter’ has ‘thought’ (Been brave enough to risk his job by?) to ask from whence said borrowed money is being sourced…

      Very strange, although $50 million DOES buy a lot of silence…

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    • I don’t think it will matter who wins. I would put a bet on there being “ lead in the air” by Christmas”, even starting the day after the results are announced – either way. I am pretty glum about the madness in the USA, I have several close friends who live over there, Kiwis, I fear for them.

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  20. The marketeers are probably thinking of the ‘winged shoes’ of Mercury, light on your feet & speedy.
    Adidas using Kanye West as part of the brand.

    An interesting way of learning about some islamic angels “isafril” & “asriel” as they used these names.

    “Asriel” known as the angel of death, in Jewish and then in plagiarizing islamic tales, ripping the soul out of the body. but not in the koran.
    In the West he goes by the name of “Grim Reaper”

    “Isafril” is the one who blows “the horn” in Jewish, also not in the koran, muslimsl honor the horn blower, as that will herald “Judgement Day”. Most likely in the hadith & sira.

    ~ Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Israfil and Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Asriel have been slammed
    ~ Social media users have called them ‘insulting’ and demanded an apology

    ~ Row follows accusations of cultural appropriation over Kim Kardashian’s Kimono
    ~ Fall-out saw the star rename the clothing line six days after it was launched

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8655477/Kanye-West-slammed-making-mockery-Islam-180-trainers.html

    How much will Adidas have to pay to make amends?
    Some thin skinned seem to live in a sand paper world, and expect to be paid with expensive band-aids.

    What Kim is wearing does not even get near a Kimono, though the shape of the tight fit is pleasing. 🙂

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      • Did that woman sit on a fire hydrant instead of a bidet? There’s something very wrong going on with her bottom.

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      • AP + Saggy
        Cultural appropriation, that needs muslims, to be paid off, for their angels to be associated with shit flap shoes.

        I did not realize the article doubled down on cultural things.
        So the Japanese became a part of it, and simply just did not want the name “kimono” associated with the skimpy skin costume that Kim Kardashian was touting. See the pic.

        Though I am sure a good geisha lass wearing a kimono, which has yards of material in it, would have style in getting down to the that skin level.
        I am sure Odakyu-sen would be happy to correct me or explain further. 🙂

        I have never watched or noticed things about the “noisy” Kardashians, so I was , struck, & pleasantly surprised to see her buxom body posing in a ‘costume’, making it a nice ‘bonus’ in the article.

        Saggy, at this stage, the weight of that is defying gravity.
        I do not usually go for things quite like that, but then many people were intrigued when a “Hottentot” woman was exhibited through Europe in the early 1800’s. and that was all “a la natural”.
        These days again cultural appropriation arse.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Baartman

        Somewhere to put your beer on?

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          • Thanks Odakyu-sen. and also when you give little insights about the Japanese culture, food, finances etc.

            The young Japanese guests I have had over the years, have been great, meeting some things with trepidation, but always ready to “muck in” if asked, and make the most of things.

            They ‘really’ love ‘flying’ eggs, and ‘cute’ & ‘delicious’ is still on the menu. While asking questions ” ‘ef’ you ……”

            Had figured the celebrity of genuine hollowness was a rip off by the likes of the Kardashians.
            As Howitis says all plumped out, and then if botoxed. then it becomes an unfeeling blob.

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  21. A law bought into Victoria, seems to be getting more publicity.

    The new “gag laws” have been described as a “major victory” for convicted paedophiles and rapists, as their victims are now “muzzled” and prohibited from self-identifying in publications – including media and autobiographies – regardless of their consent.

    The laws also apply irrespective of when the crime occurred or when the offender was found guilty, meaning that many Victorian survivors who have lawfully been able to tell their stories in the past are now censored. …….

    …… Any sexual assault victim found guilty of breaking the new laws could face up to four months’ jail and fines in excess of A$3000. Media outlets could also face potential prosecution and fines of over A$8000.

    The only way for a survivor to reclaim the right to self-identify in public, is to take the matter to court and obtain a court order – a process which could cost each victim in excess A$10,000. …..
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=12359646

    When will a version of this law be made in NZ , to make summer camps, 9th floor of Beehives, safer for …… ? ? ?

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    • I’ve read through Simpleton’s link & I’m still none the wiser as to what is behind the law change. Even if the idea is to protect the perpetrators governments usually have some bullshit ready to deflect questions.

      But in this case……crickets. Very quiet crickets too.

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    • A radio inteview? all audio, but has clips pics of the accused, and most certainly a number of convicted paedophiles.
      I think this is what governments in Australia want shut down and it sounds like in parts there are quite a few suppression orders.

      “VIP Abuse Ring – Australian Survivor Speaks”
      https://youtu.be/ZyGTaIrvhgs
      12 mins 48 secs. : •Jul 13, 2020

      This is the witness statement of that Dean Henry to a Royal Commission and parts of it run in parallel to the audio.,
      https://www.projectmillstone.com.au/research/justice-james-wood-in-australia-presided-over-the-royal-commission-into-his-own-vip-pedophile-network

      Just what the truth is behind this, either a massive rabbit hole, or some people have become terrifyingly mixed up.
      Still there is a surprising number that are caught and convicted.
      I have not the time to take it in yet..

      More to come,

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    • Another interview with another survivor, and speaks quite well.
      It is ASTOUNDING .

      VIP Abuse Ring – Australian Survivor Speaks #2
      https://youtu.be/qTTCcw-qa_w
      22 minutes, : •Aug 14, 2020

      2 mins 13 secs, a mention of NZ
      Police Magistrates, some convicted.
      Entertainment TV shows, singers,
      Then sports
      12 mins 4 secs, telling joke of the mentoring.

      This why it is the Australian Royal Commission where parts of it was sealed for 90 years?
      I have to admit with the real truth, and then other accusations and I only superficially of the Aussie politics, and entertainment, media sports etc..

      Now where do NZ politicians, entertainment, sports, judiciary police stand.

      The only thing I know in the USA, a lot of child porn sex abuse, charges increased substantially when Trump came to power.

      This is the reason for that law in Australia.

      After that Utube I feel like I am in shock.
      For the parts that undoubtedly connect up, and the convictions.
      At the same time being wary of a Christchurch phobia that convicted Peter Ellis.
      Yet there is a lot heat, a fire is there in this, and some will be burnt up.

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    • edit I believe the above 2 Utubes have been made a year or so before they were put on Utube.
      Will U tube shut them down?
      Has a “whack a mole” been going on?
      – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
      Some high up VIP’s in Australia, that most have convictions, in the past decade or so and I have googled and confirmed, the rest have strong connections, cover ups, close investigations.

      a roll-call of notable members such as Milton “The Molester” Orkopoulos M.P.,
      Keith Wright M.P.,
      Bill D’Arcy M.P.,
      Terry Martin M.P.,
      Bob Collins M.P.,
      Andrew Puig, former Victorian A.L.P. Assistant State Secretary,
      Kevin “Heiner Affair” Rudd M.P.,
      Bull Shitten M.P. and numerous A.L.P.B.C. employees past and present.

      The Kevin Rudd smoke.
      https://www.heineraffair.info/site_pages/The_Heiner_Affair-Whats_it_all_about.html

      https://www.heineraffair.info/site_pages/Rudd.html

      http://www.heineraffair.info/site_pages/who_is_they.html

      There is are links on the left hand side like “time line of events” etc., if you want to know more about what was happening in those days in Queensland.

      Still to find,but did read that Queensland also has proposed a similiar cover up law, but it was thrown out.
      What a sickening crew.

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    • The highest paid person at both CNN and Washington Post. I hope Sandmann takes the rest to the cleaners as well.

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  22. Good interview of Prof Harvey Risch by Mark Levin. At the end he essentially accuses Fauci of being responsible for 100,000’s deaths by blocking the use of HCQ. Also info on a similar scenario in the late 1980’s where Fauci withheld the use of an antibiotic that was saving the lives of Aids patients. 17,000 unnecessary deaths according to Prof Risch.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=zyh7W7wHj3o&feature=emb_logo

    Watch it while it is still on youtube.

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    • The prosecutor has over-charged Derek Chauvin with 2nd-degree homocide, for which the bar is set much higher for a conviction than for 3rd-degree homocide (death by negligence). They should have stuck with the lesser charge since the burden of proof is lower.
      There is a good chance that Chauvin will be acquitted.

      Mind you, the American people are seeing through the BLM BS; moreover, the behavior of the Burning Looting Mobs is destroying public sympathy.

      I will put my Breville popcorn maker on a retainer.
      Fact is more bizarre than fiction. Nobody could write a plot like this one.

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      • That and the BLM organisation can no longer hide its communist position; typical Lefty move to hide their agenda behind “well meaning words”.

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  23. That guy Jacob Blake (who turned his back on those cops who had drawn their weapons) will never really recover from his injuries.
    https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/attorneys-provide-update-on-jacob-blakes-medical-condition-after-kenosha-shooting/2328375/

    Why did he not heed the orders of the officers? What did he think that they would do?
    I am not a psychologist, but it seems like Jacob Blake had grown up without his father ever teaching him how to act around men in authority.
    Hubris was Blake’s downfall, perhaps…

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  24. Cindy said “she eliminated it for 102 days” so where else would the virus have come from other than across the border!?

    Jacinda Ardern hits back at Judith Collins for ‘implying without evidence’ COVID-19 outbreak came from border
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/jacinda-ardern-hits-back-at-judith-collins-for-implying-without-evidence-covid-19-outbreak-came-from-border.html

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has hit back at Opposition leader Judith Collins for “trying to imply without any evidence” that the latest COVID-19 outbreak came from the border.

    Collins told The AM Show on Wednesday the outbreak has “obviously been caused by a border mishap”, and she doubled down in Parliament by quoting Otago University Professor Nick Wilson who said “we must have had some failure at the border”.

    Ardern hit back at Collins in Parliament by reminding her that there is no evidence yet to link the south Auckland cluster to the state-run managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facilities where returnees and COVID-19 cases are housed.

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    • ……”Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has hit back at Opposition leader Judith Collins for “trying to imply without any evidence” that the latest COVID-19 outbreak came from the border.”……

      🎶 “Tell me lies, Tell me sweet little lies.” 🎶

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    • Shit! Now the CCP virus can teleport into New Zealand! Better move to Level 5 just in case.

      What an absolutely pathetic entity our part time prime minister is.

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  25. PAY UP!! Labour refuses to release their tax policy until closer to the election but it doesn’t look good for those already paying much of the tax.

    Raising taxes on the rich to pay for COVID-19: Where politicians and experts stand
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/raising-taxes-on-the-rich-to-pay-for-covid-19-where-politicians-and-experts-stand.html

    With New Zealand adding tens of billions of debt to get through the COVID-19 economic crisis, the question of how we’re going to repay for it is becoming increasingly urgent.
    Related News

    Robertson says current tax system ‘fair and balanced’ as Greens call for high earners to pay more

    Jacinda Ardern has refused to say if Labour will run on increasing taxes this election, telling The AM Show earlier this month that voters “won’t have to wait very long” to see its tax policy.

    One option could be raising taxes on the wealthy. New Zealand’s top personal tax rate is 33 percent on income over $70,000 per year and the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll showed half of New Zealanders support an additional higher income tax bracket.

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    • Half of NZ want a higher tax bracket. That’ll be the half that have never worked a day in their lives with 5 feral spawn to 5 different whore slappers, all on a benefit of some sort. Meth smokers, piss heads and general scumbags.
      Golf Foxtrot you lazy Charlies.

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      • Don’t want to give advance warning to National.
        Most open and transparent government. Must be looking up my arse!

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    • From WG’s link:

      ……””New Zealand’s valuable food and fibre exports rely on our clean green reputation internationally, it’s important that environmental safeguards are upheld to help maintain that.”……

      Utter bullshit. We compete on price as our low skill/high wage workforce will not allow us to add value. NZ isn’t thought of overseas as a green haven…….we’re bulk exporters of commodities be they be meat, wool or milk powder.

      I would point out that tourism is fucked for the foreseeable future so cockies are the only ones left to pay the bills for NZ Inc. For some reason geese & golden eggs spring to mind.

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      • That is all socialists know how to do. Destroy.
        I hate these bastards and everything they stand
        for.

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        • True. If the aims of any group are to destroy something then it follows that they should have a dream, a plan, a concept of what is to take its place.

          If farming as practised in NZ is destroyed then so is our trade & even our ability to feed ourselves. Push the bastards to reveal their vision for the future!

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          • The plan and vision these traitors have for NZ.
            Communism. Total state control over every aspect of our lives.

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  26. Child killers deserve the death penalty. Looks like the USA has the same problem wit their special people….
    https://www.foxnews.com/us/supreme-court-denies-killer-lezmond-mitchells-stay-request-execution-set-for-wednesday
    The Navajo Nation, of which Mitchell is a member, has also argued that the U.S. government’s planned action would infringe on the Native American group’s culture and sovereignty.

    The girl’s family, however, wants Mitchell to die.

    “An eye for an eye,” Daniel Lee, father of young Tiffany Lee, told the Associated Press. “He took my daughter away, and no remorse or anything like that. The Navajo Nation president, the council, they don’t speak for me. I speak for myself and for my daughter.”

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    • Ah, the Greens and their trust-fund babies.

      “Inside every Marxist Green trust-fund baby is a closet aristocrat.”

      (inspired by Herbert’s quote)

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    • Hypocrites. Green party scum throwing hard earned taxpayers money
      away. Why people vote for these retards is beyond me. Defund the cunts.

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    • Good. Hopefully they have had enough of the lies and scare
      tactics of the filth in Wellington.

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      • Nah! Aukland is Labour’s power base.

        Test the bastards every time they crawl out of their holes until they see the light! 🙂

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  27. From the “Did you know?” files:

    ‘Lego people live in houses made from their own flesh.’

    Creepy.

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  28. Was watcghing the news with one eye and the other elsewhere. TV1 had Hillary on doing an interview with chief border control plod! You would have thought it was in real time except for plod been in brilliant daylight. Now I know Ak is higher in the latitude then us but at just after 7pm, where I am it’s fricken dark outside! They did the interview earlier in the day and Hillary was just doing either voice over or just mouthing the words! She was bullshitting us, she the same as Cindy!

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  29. HDPA is going to hauled into Frasier House for education lessons after say that she doesn’t trust the goverment to keep her safe, after the border fiasco! I feel sorry for her and Barry going to sleep 8n a cold bed for sometime!

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  30. Shots fired, shots fired
    Milwaukee suburb.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1298118316951707648
    1 minute 53, action fires up about in the middle.

    Look at the cars these BLM drive, and then escape in.

    https://twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298331228035264513?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1298331228035264513%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thegatewaypundit.com%2F2020%2F08%2Fdude-shooting-us-blm-militants-run-lives-milwaukee-homeowner-fires-warning-shots-protesters-neighborhood-video%2F
    18 secs.

    From that, though I can not quite hear it, those BLM were looking to make major trouble. and one of them received a minor award.

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  31. Shots fired, shots fired
    Milwaukee suburb.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1298118316951707648
    1 minute 53, action fires up about in the middle.

    Look at the cars these BLM drive, and then escape in.

    https://twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298331228035264513?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1298331228035264513%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thegatewaypundit.com%2F2020%2F08%2Fdude-shooting-us-blm-militants-run-lives-milwaukee-homeowner-fires-warning-shots-protesters-neighborhood-video%2F
    18 secs.

    From that, though I can not quite hear it, those BLM were looking to make major trouble.

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  32. Washington DC has got a conceal & carry law, if you can get the licence. So every one is equal, and so respectful.
    No open carry, and no brandishing a gun.
    Depends on how the line is drawn or pushed over to feel endangered.

    “BLM scumbags demand that diners at restaurant raise their fists for black power,”
    Matt Walsh said Tuesday on Twitter. “Brave young couple retains dignity, refuses.
    Be that couple.
    Don’t be the embarrassing mustachioed coward to the right who has forfeited his dignity for all time.”

    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61674

    A series of different clips, in that area showing the intimidation and domination.
    Capitulation by many but kudos to the ones resisting.

    I knew they are BLM nuts. , but this will smash them on the tide of an election, as win or lose, it will look to be all on, and no holds barred to counter BLM.
    No cops around either.
    The problem is that I could not trust the other diners, but then I would “mate” up with a contingent of YSB 🙂 and support to make us proud. 🙂

    The Hard Hat riots more than countered the student protest, that was in support of the students shot a few days earlier in the Kent State Shootings of students.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_Hat_Riot
    A head of steam is building.

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