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  1. Mrs Trump. Now, THATS a woman.
    Big night out tonight team. Somebodys birthday.
    Geesus I love Thailand. So free and easy.
    And the weather..did I mention the weather..
    You know you are all welcome, anytime. Especially you Kea.
    Hell, I’ll even pick you up from the airport.

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      • Yes mate. Ive never seen anything like it. Its even worse than the aftermath of the boxing day tsunami in 2004. Nobody here except expats and the occasional Thai tourist who has come down from the north. The Thai ‘Govt’ released a stimulus package aimed at Thais to travel around the country and spend money, but it hasnt really worked. Patong, Karon and Kata beaches, where the foreigners usually linger, are literally ghost towns. Where the expats live, Rawai, Nai Harn and Bang Tao beaches, they are doing ok. Bars open and trading reasonably well.
        Its the joe average Thai I feel for. Those who sold phad thai, chicken sticks etc on the side of the road, the fruit sellers, taxi drivers, even the massage girls. All but gone.
        I help out the locals where I can. Give cash to those obviously in need, 5 bucks will feed a family of 4 for dinner. Donate to the food banks they have set up and I feed stray dogs and cats. Its the least I can do, give back to those who have made my time here over the years enjoyable and unforgetable.

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        • I was there after the Tsunami. The Thais had the place sorted, but no tourists. Many people were doing it hard.

          The problem was the Western media shaming anyone who went there.

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  2. Gosh it is almost as if they want to keep us locked up in a “Level system’ doesn’t it??????????? No matter what spin they put on things now, I wonder how anyone could possibly believe them. It’s all absolute power and control, no idea and actual bull shit. I actually do not believe I could hate this misfit government more if I tried real really hard. Useless lot of Communists. Wine stone you have so bloody much to answer for.

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    • Yep and add to that the current attempts by various mari groups to over throw the elected councils and we are not far from anarchy.
      Tauranga on Tuesday and Wellington on Wednesday.

      What worries me is that the Nats will get back in and make Maori wards compulsory.

      think about that and the longterm connotation. Maori ruling Parliament. (which they almost do now.)

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        • It was WinstonFirst’s bottom-line in 2017.
          It was National’s policy in 2008.
          While it would nice to believe the New Conservative Party (if it got into power), I doubt they’d follow through.

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      • Maori Marxists have been among us for decades. They have been trained just as BLM, Antifa and other protest groups to agitate for change and move society’s expectations for their own ends and power.

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    • Yes Lizzie. It’s the bloody dishonesty that really gets me. Their agenda is fucked, but luckily they don’t have the competence to deliver most of it. But the spinning and lies. It beggars belief that so many are sucked in by it.

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  3. I had a substantial amount invested in bonus bonds, have now applied for a refund due to the funds sudden closure. I seriously doubt the ANZ has the $3 billion sitting there to refund everybody. I wonder is just the beginning and will KiwiSaver funds start to fail next

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      • It’s been a ok investment, with usually tax free small prizes monthly. My concern is not the returns I received but that this fund would be no different to KiwiSaver in where it’s investments are made, so which will be the next to fail?

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        • Bonus bonds money is in very conservative places; mainly Term Deposits.
          It was cheap money for the ANZ for decades.
          Now other cheap money is about they do not need BB.

          As an ‘investor’ (or realistically depositor or gambler) you had no choice of where the funds are placed in BB.
          With Kiwisaver you can pick the account type- conservative, overseas funds, aggressive etc.
          You can mix it up as well. 40% conserve and say 60% aggressive.
          If your KS manager does not offer these, move to one who does.

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  4. Holy shite, oh to be a teacher, weeks and weeks on holiday with full pay and benefits, my business has been operating throughout this whole disaster apart from level four and we didn’t ask for or get a cent from taxpayers.

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    • Yup, for once it has advantages. Interestingly, this year is the healthiest I have been in years over winter. Not being exposed to hundreds of germ carrying children has made the difference. We are supposed to back to school where according to Hipkins its very safe. Its just not safe on the bus before they gey to school, nor is it safe on Sunday morning in Church, but it’s perfectly safe in a classroom 1 metre apart ( maybe) no masks and no air circuation for 6 hours…. They haven’t a fucking clue. Safe in Supermarkets, Not safe in Butcheries, Why the SI is in Level 2 God only knows…. And the Fucking Chathams. Anyway the anger on the streets is good for October 17th. Sometimes a little suffering is needed to cut the cancer away.

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      • It is divide and rule.
        Classic political move.
        Covid in August 2020 is all political and not medical.

        The citizens are boiling frogs.
        Liebour probably have a scheme to do this called kiwifrog !!

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  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb76BpefPRk
    Laurence Fox: “The BBC needs to be massively defunded”

    Actor Laurence Fox responds to reports that ‘Last Night of the Proms’ may drop Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.

    “The BBC are terrified by the fridge lobby groups.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c5xp5URlfw
    Nigel Farage Clashes With Political Campaigner Over Rule Britannia BBC Row | This Morning

    “It is time we stop our cringing embarrassment about our history” – Boris

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    • Fridge lobbyists. ROFTLMAO! You probably meant fringe lobby groups but fridge lobby groups is by far funnier and almost certainly more accurate.

      Thanks!

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    • Another broken promise by that fat fucking liar Boris.

      During the election he was promising to take away the licence fee – the fact lying bastard backed off the moment he got in office.

      Democracy is dead when the bastards lie all the time and don’t even think of keeping any election pledges (looks to NZ – sigh)

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      • Boris sleeps with a greenie so we have to be thankful he still occasionally has some conservative views. 🙂

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    • Have you noticed that most of the woke objections to British history and culture come from people who have only recently become “British”?

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      • Isn’t that the common theme?

        Who hates everything about the way NZ is?
        – country-shopper and war criminal comforter Golly G
        – angry, hate-filled, gay activist Ricardo Menendez

        Immigration from 3rd world shit-holes causes this, why do we continue to do it?

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        • DP@1045

          Why do we continue? Because the UN tells us we MUST, ‘ cos we’re a ‘western’ / ‘white’ nation and must be punished for that sin…

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  6. Thank goodness Hosking picked up on those guys from the trial yesterday. I saw them and thought mmmmm. Hosking may have been thinking the same as me and I give him merit for mentioning it today.What would happen if someone flipped the bird in court in other circumstances?

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    • But, but aren’t these peace-loving, civilised, gentle beautiful vulnerable members of the team of 5 million? In fact, isn’t it Islamaphobic to even point out anything about this at all?

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  7. I thought that our grand children would not know what snow is. I must have mis heard, maybe they just meant WINTER snow, as it looks like they are getting some lovely warm SUMMER snow. Go figure……

    https://electroverse.net/north-americas-arctic-cool-down/

    https://electroverse.net/monster-summer-snowdrifts-bury-the-southern-russian-village-of-kurush/

    And yet they still push the global warming bullshit in face of all this evidence. Anything reported in the MSM? No. Fucking liars.

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    • As we discussed yesterday, the heating / cooling is not uniform across the globe. Some regions are experiencing unusual cold, others unusual heat.
      This has implications for people pushing the “global warming” narrative (I know it has been re-branded as “climate change” but they still seem focussed on warming and sea level rises and all that).

      – The location where you take your measurement is critical
      – Moving the location where you take your measurement will give you a completely different result
      – You might be tempted to move the location where you take your measurement, so that you can obtain data to bolster your narrative
      – Presenting a single “average temperature” for a complex, dynamic and highly variable patchwork-quilt of differing temperatures is fundamentally misleading. As someone pointed out yesterday, it makes as much sense as having one foot in a bucket of ice water and the other in scalding water and then saying that the average temperature is a comfortable 38 degrees C.

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      • Yup that was me (Buckets of ice). The whole temperature thing is a nightmare. The only reliable measurements are satellite readings and they only go back so far. An interesting observation was that Global warming accelerated just after the dissolution of the USSR, because up to 2000 stations went off line. I can’t find the video or article , but I remember reading/seeing it. Most of the Soutjern Hemisphere has sparse, or unrelaible readings. The whole thing is a load of crock, especilly when visualisations of the highest temp increases occur where there are the fewest temperature stations…. Anyway as the impending cold does descend on us over the next few years and people start freezing and starving to death, the truth will prevail.

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      • Meanwhile. I doubt the Emperor penguins huddled in the middle of an Antarctica winter would agree.

        Antarctica’s ice shelves vulnerable to meltwater which could cut ice ‘like a knife’
        https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/08/antarctica-s-ice-shelves-vulnerable-to-meltwater-which-could-cut-ice-like-a-knife.html

        Scientists found that about 60 percent of the ice shelf area is vulnerable to a process call hydrofracturing, in which meltwater seeps into the shelves’ crevasses, some of which are hundreds of meters deep, and triggers collapse.

        “This meltwater is heavier than ice, so it can penetrate through the entire ice thickness, just like a knife,” said climate scientist Ching-Yao Lai at Colombia University.

        It’s unclear how long such a process might take. Antarctic weather is highly variable, making it difficult for scientists to determine how much of a role is being played by human-caused climate change.

        Lai said, however, that previous research suggested meltwater could cover the ice shelves in about a century.

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    • The inside of the Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia got a good dusting of snow the other day.
      Brisbane was very cold. I was there Early Sept last year and the first day it was 36 Deg.
      It cooled down to 27/28 degree days.
      It is not the same every year.

      Meantime in the auckland drought where we cannot waterblast there has been solid rain fiorthe last week with a phenomenal rein rate last Friday night.
      Barely 2 hours goes by without rain in the last 4 days.
      The mould is growing on the path ..bit we cant water blast ..because of Drought.
      Ok Then

      Politicians have definitely been uncoupled from reality in 2020.
      They are fair game now .

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  8. Jacinda’s Liar-in-Chief is at it again

    Apparently the media and the Labour party were nice as pie when John Key was PM.

    Neale Jones’ nose must be so long by now that you see him coming around a corner a full week before his body gets there!

    What is it about the far left extremists and why they have to lie about absolutely everything!
    – the pony tail incident seemed like the very definition of coordinated Labour/MSM gutter journalism
    – the failure to call out Jacinda’s best buddy Tom Scott on wanting to murder John Key and rape his daughter seemed pretty nasty
    – the obvious collusion between Labour, the MSM and Nicky Hagar seemed to be pretty much the definition of dirty politics
    – Labour failed to condemn throwing dildo at Steven Joyce – can you imagine the screeching outrage if someone did that to Jacinda!
    I mean the list is endless – but Neale “selective memory” Jones doesn’t remember all the shit he threw when he was helping Angry Andy earn that name as Angry Andy’s Chief of Staff.

    But I forget myself! Of course!

    Everything is OK when the Left do it!

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  9. Who can say what will happen in the next 48 hours with this Level 3 status in Auckland.
    – Maybe the Mt Roskill Evangelical Fellowship Church cluster will mushroom out of control.
    – Maybe a new unrelated cluster will be discovered (that will throw the Covid amongst the pigeons)

    The government is in a quandry. What to do?
    – Announce a continuation of Level 3 and risk further wrecking people’s livelihoods and angering the public?
    – Keep the information suppressed until after the election win (for Labour?) and then clamp down hard? (Can the truth be kept under control for that length of time?)

    Will the MSM turn against the Ardern regime? If so, then why?

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  10. I am amazed at the stupidity of the government first the covid thing then to suggesting its now NOT OK for cows to have their hoof print deeper than 5cm. FFS how stupid could they possibly be? It’s gone past the point of no return now. Cows are heavy but Bulls are heavy very heavy. The greens are really so far FUCKED and the col who approved this are really mentally deficient, anyone that votes for them is….. Well what can one say? I cannot believe their total stupidity at all. COL is definitely out to ruin the country. The gods all wept.

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    • All cows will be fitted with hot air bollons powered by the cow farts to inflate them and hay presto less sinking in the mud and some cows will be flozting away in the breese.
      Do they take the measurement in summer or winter to find out the depth of foot print?
      What about pigs in mud?

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    • Another way how the greens want to remove dairy & beef products from the supermarket.

      A way of increasing the costs to those farmers, so the only way out is farm in a more veganistic feudal system for the well being of the planet. 🙁
      So important to above all is to have empathy for planet earth, and its natural life.
      Note, current day privileged humans are not natural, but can be excepted if meatless, vegan, woke, BLM, and as they claim, to tread lightly on the planet.

      After that they will move onto attack the other alternatives, like sheep & goats, meat or dairy.
      The pork & chicken industry are also under relentless pressure.

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      • I guess the Greens should demand that 3rd-world nations limit their birth rates and stop deforestation of the already at-risk arid environments in these impoverished countries.

        No need to worry about the West or Far East, since the birth rates in these parts of the world are already at well below the replacement level. Even teeming India reportedly has a birthrate in 2020 of 2.200 births per woman, a 0.9% decline from 2019.

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        • The dreamer Professor Spoonley, and seems to be another deadly Lysenko holding sway as a “planner” and controller of NZ, constantly sweeping under the carpets the errors in his ways.
          Expecting another million people with in 10 years.

          So wants more change, to fix the problems that he was involved with and encouraged.

          https://www.rnz.co.nz/audio/player?audio_id=2018761192
          22 minutes.

          From 12 minutes 50 secs. Ethnic make up.
          Asian community will grow the most. that is birthrate, but does not explain what is meant by Asian.
          40 different countries involved in victim impact Chch massacre and 8 languages, and so is blind to the Tower of Babel yet will expect every one to comply. …… yeah right.
          Marriage rate reduced, 8 different family types taken over, the traditional system.

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          • I think “Asian” in this context is the same as the BBC usage of the term. “Asian” does not mean Far-East Asian or Southeast Asian. Also, there is a religious component that must not be mentioned.

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    • Not only that Lizziep, but those regulations also stipulate that latest date a farmer could plant a crop. I think down south it was
      Oct 1. It is no wonder Judith Collins said these regs would be “gone by lunchtime”

      I’m not a farmer and it may depend on the idiot’s definition of a crop but most crops like barley, wheat are planted in late winter/spring and harvested in late summer/autumn. The farmer then plants another crop or replants grass or are they now meant to leave the paddock “empty” and allow the top soil to blow in the wind?

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  11. On Bolt last night he showed two medical “experts” / bureaucrats separately, with one being asked about HQC and the other asked about ivomectin and it’s use for Covid. Both just dismissed them out of hand, no evidence etc etc. Given these are both very cheap, safe and approved for other use, why will they not allow doctors and their patients to decide for themselves on whether to try them? There is unlikely to be any downside for the patient.
    The only answer can be that these medical bureaucrats have a major conflict of interest ( they are connected with big pharma in some way ) or they are just blinked and do not care about the public’s health.

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    • Aren’t there rules in place to prevent State bureaucrats from being in the pockets of big industry players? You would think that a medical bureaucrat’s duty is to the people of the nation, not to some interest that offers the bureaucrat money or favors for a particular decision to be in their favor.

      I think there is a word for this kind of behavior, which is a major problem in cultures where “it’s not what you know but who you know” counts for a lot.

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      • Well there are, it’s the Code of Conduct, but the problem is there is a lot of non-reporting and looking the other way that goes on – so they don’t mean that much. I mean say hypothetically you were invited to a private box of a major newspaper to see a rock concert where the ticket prices started at several hundred $$$ (not taking account of the free hospitality) – would that be a “no-no” behaviour in someone in a senior role in the state sector? What about aligning your annual leave with a work trip to Paris to the OECD or COP this or Climate Change that so you could get your travel there and back paid for? If it isn’t declared then how would you catch it? We know from MOT/Joanne Harrison how unfairly whistle blowers get treated.

        You don’t have to get an envelope stuffed with notes to get benefits.

        It’s kind of like you don’t have to actually bribe individual journalists to get govt-favourable media coverage and attacks on the Opposition – all you have to do is subsidise them to the tune of $50M – you don’t have to even hint at what will happen if you the coverage is not favourable.

        We’re not better or worse than any other country in that regard. We just like to pretend we’re not.

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        • Once you have registered at the desk, you can do a Hone and scive of for a side trip with the (misuss) mistress!

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    • I believe a lot of ‘experts’ having dismissed HCQ as not being effective is purely down to the opposition to Trump endorsing it. The noisy condemnation coming from the TDS crowd is strong but without facts. When people have said to me “Trump doesn’t know what he is talking about” I’ve countered that President Trump would have the best medical care and they have endorsed him taking HCQ. Strangely they do not have any argument to that. 😏

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  12. As a grower ,the idea of putting date restrictions on things like planting is ludicrous.
    Every year is different and the weather has so many variables that planting is dictated by nature ,
    To think some bureaucrat in Wellington thinks dates can be implemented to control activities shows how far out of touch they are with rural NZ and the realities of farming/horticulture.
    After years of growing I have noted that the stonefruit harvest fluctuates by about two weeks.Some years early, some years late.Those of us on the land learn from seasonal variations and plant and spray accordingly.
    Time and time again I have seen new entrants try and beat nature by planting potatoes, pumpkin and corn ‘early’ only to be tripped up by a late cold snap or wet period that sees crops succumb to weather.

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    • I thought we were “Better than that” very Orwellian

      Anyone else think that the Victim Impact statement process is getting a little bit too much like an Orwellian “Two Minute Hate” session.

      Are we in a society where we are replacing “Goldstein” with “Tarrant”?

      I thought we were practicing “kindness”? Threats of physical violence are never OK.

      Cultural marxism is so poisonous it makes everyone go insane.

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      • Anyone else hear the heartfelt message to the mosque victims from Cindy late this morning before the judge has announced the sentencing? I would have thought the PM commenting before sentencing would be counted as political influence but what would I know. 🤨

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    • The bureaucrats are enforcing every one to swallow another bottle of Lysenko’s “Kool aid”.

      Lysenko was consequently embraced and lionized by the Soviet media propaganda machine.
      Scientists who promoted Lysenkoism with faked data and destroyed counterevidence were favored with government funding and official recognition and award.
      Lysenko and his followers and media acolytes responded to critics by impugning their motives, and denouncing them as bourgeois fascists resisting the advance of the new modern Marxism.

      The V.I. Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences announced on August 7, 1948 that thenceforth Lysenkoism would be taught as the only correct theory.
      All Soviet scientists were required to denounce any work that contradicted Lysenkoism.
      Ultimately, Soviet geneticists resisting Lysenkoism were imprisoned and even executed.

      and in New Zealand, will be heavily fined, and confiscations may enforced by the police if they decide you profited by such “a crime”.
      https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2013/04/28/the-disgraceful-episode-of-lysenkoism-brings-us-global-warming-theory/#182ea57f7ac8

      In the meantime many of those 4 year degree, clip board warriors, make obscene salaries, with no responsibility, accountability or any understanding of risk.
      Yet very happy to extort, and demand with menaces to enhance their bureaucratic empires, for their lifestyles.

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  13. Rubbish regulations inevitably mean non compliance.

    Best approach don’t engage with the regulators just continue with best practices used for generations.

    If bureaucracy is ignored they will have to address any issues themselves and perhaps even put some funds in the pot
    .Most of them are only good at bullying when they are hiding in their beehives anyway.

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  14. I think NZ rugby should hire Raelene Castle as the new CEO as it’s a womans turn. Just think of the feelz! Cindy will be beside herself!
    Rugby is know woke enough to go broke. Renaming of teams like the Crusaders and rugby atea a rowa, she could give an insiders view of maori dancing, should they go for the tutus or the poi. Should the bring lazy boy recliners for the opposing team?

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  15. Wellington is getting more oppressive by the day, as hardline Party fanatics target anyone not showing visible devotion to the Party.

    Masks are everywhere as people wave tracking devices around to show loyalty to the supreme leader.

    It’s worse than Auckland’s level 3

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    • Indeed Comrade Alpine Parrot. News from the Northern Region Internment Camp will no doubt be troubling for the Party.
      It seems the internees are outwardly expressing disapproval and even hatred of the Party and its Supreme Leader. Displays of disobedience to the Party rules are increasing in frequency and talk of crumbling support for the Supreme Leader is now commonplace. Expect a crackdown on such dissidence to follow and the region to be made an example of for the benefit of the remainder of the country.

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        • Yes how long should it take really. I see Ashley has been sent off to save Christhuch hospital.

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      • SC, yes I am hearing encouraging things from dissidents in Auckland.

        They are resisting martial law, even after Ardern deployed 500 additional troops.

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  16. They ain’t letting Ak out to infect the rest of us, as the first thing you will do is travel!
    It’s a clusterfuck!

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    • Sooty, where in New Zealand are you?

      (Calculating the time taken for the Auckland coronavirus to reach you…)

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  17. NZX stock exchange site crashes third day in a row following cyber attacks
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2020/08/nzx-stock-exchange-site-crashes-third-day-in-a-row-following-cyber-attacks.html

    The NZX stock exchange has been attacked for the third day in a row, causing it to crash again.

    At 11:10am on Thursday NZX put a halt trade on its cash markets, a spokesperson for the trader told Newshub.

    “NZX is continuing to work with its network provider to investigate the source of the issue, following volumetric DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks from offshore on 25 and 26 August.”

    The repeated attacks signal a “very serious” issue says Professor Dave Parry from AUT’s department of computer science.

    “Unfortunately, the skills and software to do this are widely available and the disruption of COVID and people working from home all over the world potentially with lower security on their computers means that these attacks are easier than usual.”

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  18. National promises it will ’empower small businesses to grow, thrive and succeed’

    National leader Judith Collins says her party’s small business policies ahead of the election would “empower small businesses to grow, thrive and succeed”.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/national-promises-empower-small-businesses-grow-thrive-and-succeed

    “The only sustainable way to create new jobs is to reduce barriers, costs and uncertainty for the private sector, and in particular small businesses,” Ms Collins said.

    National promised in May, under former leader Simon Bridges, a GST cash refund of up to $100,000 for businesses that have lost over half of their revenue across two months due to the lockdown rules.

    Ms Collins also committed to the promise that businesses could receive $100,000 if they hire 10 new staff, announced under previous leader Todd Muller.

    She said today National’s small business plan would also allow small businesses to invest in new equipment and machinery, allowing deductions of new capital investments up to $150,000 – also announced in May.

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  19. A lot of strife will be stirred up by this.
    Original incident is unknown to what actually happened.

    ~ One victim was shot in the head and another was shot in the chest at about 11.45pm on Tuesday, according to Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth
    ~ A third man was shot in the arm but his wounds were not believed to life-threatening
    ~ Police fear the shootings are linked to ‘self-styled militias’ taking on looters amid the Jacob Blake protests
    ~ Authorities said early Wednesday that they had reviewed videos from the scene but they were still investigating and no one had been taken into custody yet
    ~ Cellphone video posted online shows that the ordeal unfolded after one man was shot in the head outside a nearby auto garage. It shows an armed man running away, saying: ‘I’ve just killed somebody’
    ~ Separate videos that captured the other two shootings showed a group of protesters tailing the gunman as he ran down the middle of the street
    ~ The videos show the man with the gun appearing to stumble and fall in the street before one pursuer took a flying kick at the gunman and another appeared to strike him with a skateboard and tried to grab his weapon
    ~ The gunman fired three of four shots from a seated position and struck two people
    ~ As the crowd scattered, the shooter stood up and walked towards approaching police cars with his arms up

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8665383/One-shot-dead-two-wounded-BLM-protesters-defy-curfew-Kenosha.html

    Video plus photos,
    Still to be sorted by the police, but already many pronouncements.

    Overall, what a disaster, as you scroll down through all those videos and pics,

    “Stay away from crowds”, is what I would think.
    But some crowds still take no notice of that and believe their might is right.

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    • Sorry about the duplicate entry, although saying it twice is probably not enough but I was getting weird conection, duplicate post issues when I made my first , erudite, comment

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  20. The impression I had was that many were masked, and seemed to be keeping that “social distance” in the “outdoor air” gaining some exercise, yet it is the police that are causing a breach of the peace.

    “👁👁 Big Brother is always watching in Victoria now”
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1298527048210644993
    2 mins 20 secs.

    I believe it is a greater suburb Dandenong of Melbourne,
    The police must feel they have a tiger by the tail.

    https://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/courts-law/coronavirus-melbourne-police-tussle-with-anti-covid19-demonstrates-in-dandenong/news-story/2144aab64fae7243d4629beae7c86958

    This will not be far off happening in Auckland if the level 3 continues.
    The silly thing with so many contacts to follow up, weddings, churches, work places, buses, etc… that on the initial criteria, of the lock down should be maintained, whilst claiming the community
    So they are trying to wangle the mask into it, as a way out of bringing every one to level 2.
    Spinning everything to try and take the election. 🙁

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    • Masks might help catch some of the larger droplets, but they won’t stop aerosols.

      So many aershols in the media and in government telling us to wear masks…
      [sigh!]

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      • As I mentioned above in comment above @ 2:19 pm.
        “stay away from crowds”

        Stay away from the media paid & aerosol spray.
        Stay away from the police, so no sonic sounds, tear gas, stun grenades or bullets, or interlinking bracelets.
        Stay away from crowds when their suspect times of aerosol contamination.
        Stay away from the man from the government, here to help you, as he skims your income & assets.

        Not sure now, masks, sunglasses, hoodies. Will they be our “invisibility shield?
        Is it a badge to what side you are on? or not?
        A rebel? or establishment? but which is the most authoritarian.
        That will have us all beat, and seem to refuse to leave well enough alone.

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        • I have found rebels and hipsters to be some of the most authoritarian people I have ever met, along with greenies and agressive pacifists.

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    • Thanks rol, that’s hilarious!!! 😂 Loved all the toilet paper piled up around nasty Nancy and Chuck Shumer. The Dems really are horrible and stupid like political lefties here and everywhere.

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  21. Ok chublets, lose some weight. Lay off the pies.
    Do you really think they’ll listen?
    I don’t. Nom nom nom.

    Obese people are 48% more likely to die of Covid-19 and a vaccine may not work as well on them because their immune systems are weaker, scientists warn

    Scientists looked at medical data to find that being severely overweight also raised the risk of hospitalisation more than double (113 per cent). People were also 74 per cent more likely to end up in intensive care if they were obese, the study added.

    Scientists said excessive sugar in the blood and swelling in blood vessels, which are more common in overweight people, interfere with immune cells and mean fat people can’t fight off infection as well.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8665575/Coronavirus-vaccine-not-effective-obese-people-scientists-warn.html

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  22. Who issued that shooter with a licence in Australia? that has banned so many guns.
    It looks like he should have spent more time on the range.

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1298803424696258560

    Was he a bit worried about being shot back at..
    Was he worried that the guy opening the ute’s door had a gun? so he pumped about 15 rounds to him?
    Then would the victim have been licenced to carry, but managed to retreat to “off load” though in his run, there is no sign of a gun, once he got back into the house.? Then off to hospital.

    The real point, is why are we? like Australia bringing people into NZ of such disparate cultures.
    The Italians were enough with mafioso & camorra and to defang the “underbelly” of Australia.

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  23. I never thought it would happen but one of the country’s notoriously crim cuddling judges has finally got his shit into one sock.

    ……” And now Brenton Harrison Tarrant will never be released from prison, spending the rest of his life behind bars without any possibility of parole.

    He has today been sentenced to life imprisonment without parole – meaning he will never, ever be freed.”…..

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12359688

    Now wait for the bleeding hearts to appeal. “He was a good boy. Sniff.”

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      • I only have two reservations concerning capital punishment but they are sufficient to stop me from ever backing its re-introduction:

        1) There’s no come back if the person’s guilt is later disproved.

        2) The likelihood of perverse jury verdicts. Many jurors would not find a person guilty if that would result in his/her death. David Garrett, whose opinions I largely respect, changed his mind because of this.

        The issue is dead & will never be revived in your or my lifetimes & probably not in those of our grandchildren.

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        • I must admit although I support it in principle, I also have grave reservations about it. A test I once read, and that I think I stand by, is whether or not you would be prepared to fire the shot, or pull the leaver. Now as a trained military man, I have no problem shooting at some twat shooting at me. But to pull the lever in a clinical execution chamber…..? I don’t know if I could do that, and thus ultimately have to accept taht I am agaisnt its application. If Tarrant was actively shooting I would not hesitate to shoot to kill. Once you are all settled down and removed from the scene it becomes more troublesome. Compassion and mercy is where we differ from animals.

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          • Well put. I could kill without compunction or hesitation under pressure & feel zero remorse but in cold blood…..never.

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    • I’m prepared. The Dummies Guide to the Wisdom & Charidy of Chairperson Ardern is at the publishers. 🙂

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  24. Reading the “news” I see the Crown lied and misled the Court over Tarrant’s motivation and goals.

    Good on Tarrant for not playing along with the kangaroo court, by remaining silent. He never would have been allowed to tell the families and victims the truth.

    He always knew he would die in prison. And not be famous. He was also right about the reaction. All his goals were achieved – thanks to his fellow lefties.

    He won.

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  25. It’s good to have a leader of the Vatican Party who is capable of saying something without being a mealy mouthed suckhole. Witness Judith Collins who in response to the Left’s habitual farmer bashing actually mentioned the country’s biggest polluters:

    ……”Well I’d put that against some of the local councils in the urban areas which have some of the filthiest waterways you could ever come across.”…….

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/the-country/news/article.cfm?c_id=16&objectid=12360022

    I haven’t read any editorial comment from the chronic masturbators of the MSM yet but I’m sure it’s coming. //

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  26. Communist State of Victoria.

    New law a ‘major victory for paedophiles’

    Tens of thousands of sexual assault survivors in Victoria have been stripped of their legal right to tell their stories using their real names.

    The changes to the Judicial Proceedings Reports Act – which were quietly introduced in February – silence all sexual assault victims whose offenders have been found guilty, by banning them from ever speaking out under their real identities.

    https://www.thechronicle.com.au/news/new-law-a-major-victory-for-paedophiles/4086121/#.X0Zd1PS-we4.twitter

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    • Well said the Mayor:

      ….“DO NOT dial 911, no one will answer.”
      ”Just know that it’s you & God!”……

      Should move the arseholes. Even they know in their widdle hearts that there isn’t a God & that their own lives rest on their own actions.

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    • Just as well it wasn’t Slick Willie wasn’t on it, or she would have lived up to her uni knick name!

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  27. Greens co-leader James Shaw takes the blame over private school funding ‘hypocrisy’

    Green Party co-leader James Shaw is taking the blame after being accused of “hypocrisy” over signing off on millions of dollars of Government funding for a private environmental school in Taranaki.

    Green School New Zealand, a privately-owned school which sits between New Plymouth and Oakura, has been given funding as part of the Government’s $3 billion set aside for infrastructure in the COVID-19 recovery fund.

    The school was set up by Rachel and Michael Perrett who made their wealth selling HRV systems, and its fees are up to $43,000 a year. It’s getting an $11.7 million Government boost to help it expand.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/nz-election-2020-greens-co-leader-james-shaw-takes-the-blame-over-private-school-funding-hypocrisy.html?fbclid=IwAR032Tja_VW1jobvIrd8j_w-0wGdKuGzRAK2aMFD6Bv-ZekeryhcLsKwWGU

    SWo no Greens nor labour in that part of the country.
    and don’t buy an HRV. Waste of money anyway. Wrong solution to the problem.

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