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  1. Speaking of bats ,bat shit crazy Nancy piglosi has started the angling to excuse pedo Joe Biden from debating president Trump before the November election, this is sleepy Joes only hope because he will be thrashed by Trump if a debate takes place.
    Will our emaciated leader be able to debate Collins without pre vetted questions and masses of paper in front of her? I doubt it.

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  2. I am confused by the Prime Minister’s command that nobody be allowed to speak Brenton Tarrant’s name.
    I mean- They make movies about Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy.
    And we still speak the names of Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot and Josef Stalin…
    In fact- Watching video of Jacinda Ardern shrieking “Comrades Comrades” at her Socialist Youth rally it would appear that she is rather desperate to keep the memory of those murderous Socialists alive!

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    • Yep and you can just see the media luuvies wetting their knickers at making and staring in a doco about Brenton Tarant! Who thinks it would be an overseas production, film crew, and cast!

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      • And therein lies the truth of her non disclousure.
        Keep it hidden until film rights can be negotiated.
        One guess who will be doing tht and scrapping the money.

        Wouldn’t trust the lying bitch for 1 second on anything. Not even on the subject of the child. The child that was conceived to bring in votes.

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      • Of course it should be overseas actors.

        Basically all the people involved were overseas people.
        -Brenton Tarrant Brenton Tarrant Brenton Tarrant is a foreign national from Australia and should not have had a gun licence in NZ
        -The people shot were largely foreign born almost to the last person.
        -Yankee sneak and manipulator Podesta was in Christchurch days before the event

        NZ was used as the staging ground.
        A double whammy.
        -Stage it in NZ where …wow even in a safe country you can have gun massacres
        -Oh well, we had better remove the guns from NZers who use gun safes and have never done this activity before or since; y’know just in case there is a contagion and rioting and we need to create martial law, remiove the right to freedom of movement, police the streets and supermarket lines, and set up road blocks with army and poo lice.
        Just sayin’

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        • Remember Aramoana, Kiwis are more than capable of Atrocity’s, wasnt it Voltaire who said, People who can make you beleave in Absurdity can make you commit Atrocity’s.
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          The Great Reset is coming all else is propaganda and misdirection to achieve the desired result,
          One world governance, digital currency, your subjugation
          Tune out, Tool up and get ready.

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    • Not saying his name and pretending it didn’t happen is stupid as Brendan Tarrant is now part of NZ infamy. He is another David Gray. Something like this will happen again in our future unfortunately.

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      • I’m bemused by the SLG treating Brenton Tarrant like he’s a Harry Potter character like Voldemort – one who you dare not mention because doing so is sufficient to summon up evil – it’s not really adult behaviour.

        I had a cousin who when very young was playing hide and seek, when it was her turn to hide, she sat in the middle of the room with her eyes screwed shut and her hands covering them up.

        When the seeker said “I found you!” My cousin replied “That’s cheating! I couldn’t see you so there is no way you could see me!”

        Covid Cindy’s approach reminds me of that moment, which was kind of cute in a 4 year old – but deeply concerning in a middle aged woman.

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        • Especially when she expects it to be an example of behaviour, I don’t consider Jacinda to be a role model. Any sort of model either.

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    • It’s also demonstrates her ignorance of history, like pretty much every other topic (e.g. GDP).

      Damnatio memoriae tends to make the name live on, kind of like an ancient Streisand effect. The name Herostratus is remembered precisely because of his name was ordered to be forgotten (he’d burned down the temple of Artemis in Ephesus).

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  3. New Zealand Centre for political research has a wonderful comment this morning by Dr Muriel Newman (sorry I cannot transfer it here I am not able to do it, tried but nope, old age a factor I guess) on Maori babies being taken off their parents and race based health care etc etc. All this race based stuff is I believe a ruse by this ghastly col, to separate the races in New Zealand and in doing that, create disharmony which is just how they like it easier to rule completely that way.

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      • Sunglass Monday, now that is a new one for me – I have heard of hungover Monday but not hide the bash day before. And what about the bit about an estimated that ‘at least’ 20 percent of Kaikohe’s 4,000 residents are users – that is over 800 people. How does the town function.

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        • Kaikohe is a town of contrasts. There are some very well manicured orchards and there are literal car junkyards.

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          • There’s an excellent description of Kaikohe in the last part of this Herald article on a manslaughter that occurred there a couple of years ago:

            ……’ Kaikohe is an uncomfortable medley of the triumph of human spirit and the awfulness of its absence. Town heroes embark on renewal plans, energising efforts and schemes which offer the possibility of certain footing in a place where the ground sinks beneath the feet of so many who attempt to set forth in the world.

            The desolation of Kaikohe resists their efforts.”…….

            https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12178975

            Well worth a read for anyone who wants to understand just how hopeless the town is.

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        • On Wednesday I was amazed to hear that the reason they no longer accept blood donations in Blenheim is that there is such a high rate of P useage that blood donations are pretty much useless. I stress that this is hearsay and I can not confirm it or support it with a reference to any printed material but I would be very interested to hear if any can.

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          • Bad roads, no direct flights, Kaikoura earth quakes,

            https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/115324471/blenheim-donors-out-for-blood-as-flight-issues-scupper-biggest-bench-chances

            Would they have run one of those sewerage system drug test in Blenheim?

            Also travel to collect blood in Invercargill reduced.

            hospitals had been requiring fewer red blood cells.
            http://www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/news/8512279/Demand-for-donated-blood-falls

            Though I do know that some people with certain blood groups, kell rh or whatever it is are asked to donate quite often.

            I do wonder about the Jehovah Witness effect?
            One can be asked prior to an op, and a blood transfusion is needed, would that be acceptable per culture religiousity etc…
            I think in all seriousness, due to the pressure of Jehovah’s that surgery has been more figured to require less transfusions.
            One of the ways is “keyhole surgery”.

            As a guy who recovered from such keyhole surgery,, one can wonder if you have gone through a pregnancy as they blow you up like a “michelin man” 🙂 to make room for their cameras & instruments.
            Fortunately not left with the stretch marks, 🙂

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      • Thr full article for those that can’t get to it.

        POLITICAL AGENDA ENDANGERS LIVES
        A person lying on a bed Description automatically generatedBy Dr Muriel Newman

        In New Zealand last year, Maori babies under 3 months old were five times more likely than others to be placed into state care. And, of the 6,429 children in state custody, 69 percent were Maori.

        Some Maori luminaries claim this shocking state of affairs is because our child welfare system is racist. They self-servingly suggest the solution is the “Maori way”, which conveniently involves transferring to them the powers of the Ministry for Children – Oranga Tamariki – giving them control of child protection services.

        To support their well-orchestrated political crusade to disestablish Oranga Tamariki and entrench race-based policies that would endanger children, the taxpayer-funded Waitangi Tribunal launched an urgent inquiry.

        The Chair of the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency, Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, claimed, “This Urgent Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki should be the final death knell to a Ministry that must shut down. Its systemic failure is inexplicable given it has continued without consequence spanning generations. Now is the hour for Maori to be enabled to take charge themselves, not a Government department… Maori are more than capable of supporting whanau to make any necessary changes to ensure that tamariki Maori flourish in their home environment.”

        Yet these comments beg the question as to why Whanau Ora, with well over $100 million a year in taxpayer-funding, is not already supporting families with children at risk to keep them safe from harm, so State intervention is not needed.

        What those attacking the Ministry for Children are actually calling for, is the denial of the right of Maori children to have the same regulatory care and protection that exists for all other New Zealand children. By turning the responsibility for the protection of Maori children over to private Maori authorities, the government would in effect, be discharging itself of its responsibility for some of the country’s most vulnerable children.

        That surely is not an option.

        The ‘by Maori, for Maori, with Maori’ separatist “solution” that’s being proposed is sinister. It not only fails to address the real cause of the child abuse crisis, but it also fails to even acknowledge it.

        The real problem, of course, is not the government agency – nor institutional racism or colonisation. The real cause of the Maori child abuse crisis is family members threatening the safety of their children.

        But finally, the code of silence that encircles that inconvenient truth has been broken by a Maori leader with the courage to speak out.

        Tommy Wilson of Te Tuinga Whanau Services has explained that Oranga Tamariki is not to blame for children being taken from their homes – it is the families themselves that need to take responsibility and fix the harm being caused by their addiction to methamphetamine.

        He says it is meth that is tearing families apart: “The taniwha, the elephant in the room for us is P – let’s start talking about what happens if you don’t uplift those children and that’s the other half of the conversation that’s not been had…

        “We have sunglass Mondays here where mums are wearing sunglasses on a Monday because they’ve been beaten up on the weekend, that has nothing to do with tikanga or colonisation or what’s happened with them. It’s a lot to do with this insidious drug that is tearing families apart, and we aren’t equipped to handle it.”

        With more than a tonne of methamphetamine now being consumed in New Zealand a year, it is a common factor in child uplifts. In a report published in June, Oranga Tamariki revealed that a third of babies in their care came from families with a meth history – and in 75 percent of those cases, it was the mother who was the user.

        Meth use creates mood swings as well as erratic or aggressive behaviour, that can give rise to violence and sexual abuse against children. There’s often severe poverty as parents spend their money on P instead of on their family. As a result, children are neglected, while their parents are passed out on a high.

        According to the Ministry for Children’s Chief Social Worker, Grant Bennett, “We’re certainly seeing a rise in addiction and the devastating impact of P and that’s reflected in our work and it’s now one of the primary reasons we become involved with whanau. We have children with broken femurs, with multiple fractures, we have children suffering serious neglect and some who have been sexually abused.”

        The agency has revealed that the main reasons why babies under 30 days old are taken into State care are historical concerns about family violence, along with maternal alcohol and drug use. There are concerns that if cannabis use is legalised in October’s referendum, the situation will get worse.

        Information collected by the New Zealand Police shows that the district with the highest rate of methamphetamine use is Northland, followed by Eastern, Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Auckland, Central, Wellington, Tasman, Canterbury, and Southern. Estimates of use range from a high of 1,000 mg of meth per day per 1,000 people in Northland, to a low of 200 mg per day in Southern.

        According to an analysis of the problem, meth use is higher in Whangarei than any other city or town in New Zealand. Furthermore, its estimated that ‘at least’ 20 percent of Kaikohe’s 4,000 residents are users, and that the situation is similar in Moerewa, Kawakawa, and most of Northland’s other small rural towns.

        The effects of the drug on local communities is clearly visible to those who care to look.

        But it seems that many Maori leaders don’t want to see – it’s much more convenient to attack the agency that is trying to save their children from harm.

        So, the travesty continues – while P is devastating families and communities, so-called Maori leaders distract attention from real solutions by continuing to blame colonisation – someone else’s fault – rather than acknowledging the problem and addressing it.

        This week’s NZCPR Guest Commentator, a former Manitoba Provincial Court Judge Brian Giesbrecht, witnessed first-hand the disastrous impact on children when Canada allowed tribal authorities to gain control of child protection services:

        “Child welfare is among the most complicated and sensitive of all government social welfare functions, balancing as it does parents’ rights to raise their own children with society’s obligations to protect children at risk. This task is made all the more difficult by complicating factors such as poverty, unemployment, addiction and isolation – all of which are common on many First Nations reserves…

        “If Canada truly wishes to reduce the number of Indigenous children in foster care – and all Canadians have a stake in this outcome − we must start by emphasizing the importance of sobriety, parental responsibility and family stability among all citizens…

        “After more than 30 years on the bench, it was clear to me that governments and agencies have very little control over how parents actually care for their children, or the eventual outcomes. Child welfare workers, Indigenous or non-Indigenous, are all motivated by a deep desire to do what is best for children under their watch. If a child has become a permanent ward of the state, it is almost certain that his or her home life was thoroughly and irreparably dysfunctional. Accordingly, the only way to remedy the high number of native children in foster care is to tackle the root cases. Family dysfunction on reserves is not the fault of child welfare agencies. The blame lies with parents and their communities.”

        These same principles apply in New Zealand.

        One simple question that needs to be asked is why, once drug use has been identified as causing harm to a family on welfare, is money management not automatically applied?

        Money management is a successful scheme used to help young parents on benefits live within their means, with regular bills automatically paid, a payment card for groceries and other essentials at approved stores, and a small amount of discretionary income for personal use.

        If this programme was extended to include those on welfare with children who are struggling to meet their financial obligations, it would make it far more difficult for vulnerable parents to slip into a drug habit. And if they did, the problems would be identified earlier, with assistance and rehabilitation services available sooner.

        But tackling the root causes of child abuse also means discouraging sole parenthood and welfare dependency – two of the most serious risk factors for children – through effective welfare to work requirements.

        Just as race-based policies are not the answer for reducing child abuse, nor are they the answer in any other area of government responsibility. Yet, with retaining the seven Maori seats at the 2020 election a priority for Labour, over the last three years racial privilege has been further entrenched.

        One shocking development is that Maori patients are now being prioritised for health treatment in many parts of the country. Under the guise of reducing disparities, ethnic background is considered more important than clinical urgency. As a result, critical patients are being forced to wait, while Maori patients with less urgent needs, are given priority.

        This racial travesty is in addition to the many administrative inefficiencies that currently exist within the health system. Improving disparities is not rocket science, but it does need District Health Board leaders to prioritise patients ahead of cultural and trade union interests.

        There are some simple things DHBs could do to dramatically improve patient outcomes. More flexible working hours would enable surgeries and appointments to be held at times that suit patients, significantly assisting those who struggle to take time off work or find child-care.

        Nor does it make sense to have expensive operating theatres sitting idle for more than 16 hours a day when hospital waiting lists are full of patients in urgent need of surgery.

        Mobile clinics could also be used to take services directly into communities where health needs are high, but transport is lacking.

        So, although Labour seems intent on appeasing radicals to improve their re-election chances, DHBs should refuse to buy into the lie that good health is a race issue, and treat everyone equally regardless of ancestry.

        The Maori Development Minister is also proposing policies to help secure the Maori seats. She wants 16 percent of the government’s annual $40 billion spend on roads, housing and other goods and services to be allocated to Maori businesses. While Government tenders usually focus on value for taxpayers, Labour wants the procurement process to favour supporters.

        That also seems to be the objective behind special treatment for Maori in the Government’s new home ownership scheme that makes use of shared ownership, rent to buy, or leasehold arrangements.

        Directives have also been issued to reduce the over-representation of Maori within the criminal justice system by taking a ‘softer’ approach to Maori offending, the new public service legislation requires a “greater involvement of Maori in the public service”… and on and on it goes.

        But race-based ‘solutions’ are not the answer to disadvantage in New Zealand.

        It’s time that politics was removed from the problem and a common sense approach adopted that helps people to become independent – of State and tribal control. While that will be an anathema to those pushing their race-based and Marxist agendas, it would be the right thing to do.

        As the Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman explained so brilliantly in his book Free to Choose: “A free society releases the energies and abilities of people to pursue their own objectives. It prevents some people from arbitrarily suppressing others. It does not prevent some people from achieving positions of privilege, but so long as freedom is maintained, it prevents those positions of privilege from becoming institutionalized… Freedom means diversity but also mobility. It preserves the opportunity for today’s disadvantaged to become tomorrows privileged and, in the process, enables everyone, from top to bottom, to enjoy a fuller and richer life”.

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        • Brilliant been a Friedman fan for longer than I care to remember.
          Have not read “ Free to Choose but will look for it.
          Thanks

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      • Police didn’t test, then destroyed, vital evidence in Lundy case

        rucial evidence that could have convicted or cleared Mark Lundy of murdering his wife and daughter was never tested, and then destroyed by police, despite Lundy’s protests.

        On the 20th anniversary of the murders of Christine and Amber Lundy, it has been revealed that 21 hairs found entwined in Christine’s hands when her body was discovered in her Palmerston North home, were never examined, let alone tested.

        The hairs, 10 in her right hand and 11 in her left, were taken from between Christine’s fingers at her post-mortem and immediately sent to ESR’s testing laboratory.

        Given Christine had defensive wounds on her hands and forearms, there was a possibility she had struggled with, or come into contact with, her attacker, and may have grabbed their hair, as has occurred in other murders.

        However, the two bags of hairs sat at ESR untouched for nine months, despite them having reference hairs and DNA samples from Christine, Amber and Mark Lundy for comparison, before being returned to police in June 2001.

        After his conviction in 2002, Lundy wrote to police numerous times, in letters seen by Stuff, requesting all material connected to his case be preserved and for anything not required by police to be returned to him.

        Despite this, in December 2003, police destroyed the hairs found in Christine’s hands.

        https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/122590521/police-didnt-test-then-destroyed-vital-evidence-in-lundy-case

        Seems that they are more interested in speeding tickets these days than doing proper police work.
        Some brain at the top yesterday was going on about speeding and doing their job. Apparently that’s what people want them to do. She didn’t have much to say about attending burglaries and stuff like that.It seems to them those things don’t matter but you doing 51 kph does. The more women that get in charge of things the worse the bloody country gets.

        We need a better led police force.

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          • If you have a modern CVT car, it can be very hard to tell exactly how fast you are going. You can hardly hear the wind noise, and the engine note is constant. You can’t drive safely with your eyes glued to the speedometer.

            I guess the only thing you can do it to put the car into cruise control at 50 km/h, but cruise control was never designed for the low-and-variable speed conditons of suburban driving.

            If a party were to campaign on cutting back on the Nanny State, it would get my vote. The problem is that I would be outnumbered by all the Karens voting against the idea.

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            • And there O-Sen is the answer.
              It is difficult in the city to maintain constant speed and in a built up area where kiddies reading their phone can walk out into the street and expect you to stop for their privileged white/brown/yellow arse you cannot constantly watch the speedo.

              It is a revenue gathering exercise.

              By the way 0-Sen. CVT. Do you drive a woman’s car?
              Asking for ..me

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              • Yes. We have two cars. A Honda Jazz (the suburban shopper) and my trusty old Subaru Forrester (Gen. 2). My wife has never driven my Forester (I think she is either scared of it or disgusted by it.)
                I like the Jazz in its natural environment of urban driving. I have to always be aware of the forward blind spots on the Jazz, due to the very thick front roof pillars.
                My wife is interested in a Nissan Leaf, but the later EVs with the better batteries are all way too expensive. Plus I would have the guilt of contributing to the misery of child miners of cobalt in the Congo on my conscious.

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                • Think of the children O-Sen.
                  Good man.

                  I got a Honda Jazz to try a few years ago.
                  They let me have it at 3pm on a Saturday and asked to return at 10am Sunday.
                  I was going to take it for a solid ride.
                  It was so mousy I only did 20 minutes and turned around and parked it up and took my real car out that evening .

                  Each to their own.
                  At least you have a mans car in the driveway!

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          • After their cock ups in the last 2 years
            -White Island stuff up -prosecute rescue pilots et al
            -They let Brenton Tarrant have a gun licence without proper checks
            -door stopping people in their homes
            -driving around in their cop cars as menacing kunts just like gang thugs as people are forced to line up to get the supermarket -and butchers and greengrocers are closed so people are essentially rounded up in order to eat

            …that probably now the majority know they are our enemy and moving to Stasi mode..so why bother to even try to be friendly
            Jettison the pretense and show their true colours.
            One gang has red colours, one gang has blue colours, and this gang has navy blue colours

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          • NZ Herald
            “Two people are dead and three others are in hospitals after a horror night on the country’s roads. A woman died in Kaitaia when her car crashed on Pukepoto Rd, and two passengers are in hospital with moderate injuries. In the South Island, a pedestrian was killed after crash with a vehicle on State Highway 65 at 1.30am in the Tasman District. And in South Taranaki a person is in Whanganui Hospital after a single-car crash in Okaiawa at around nine last night.”

            There you have it.
            The police need to set up their speed traps late at night in small country towns and rural backwaters. That seems to be where the deaths are.

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          • The Cops certainly didn’t ‘Get Tough’ on those BLM Protesters blatantly breaking lockdown rules in Queen Street!
            In fact they were nowhere to be seen…

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        • Perhaps the police should set up their “zero-tolerance” speed traps in the locations and times where deadly crashes have occurred in the past.
          For example, on the road out to Waiuku at 2:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning.

          Instead, we see the traps in the middle of the day on Tamaki Drive that leads to one of the wealthiest suburbs of Auckland (with the lowest-hanging fruit).

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          • I worked in the Motor Vehicle Assembly industry in NZ in the 1980s.
            There was a tolerance of 7% on speedometers accuracy.
            Either way; over/under.

            My own car- fresh off the assembly line -was exactly 8% out.
            As a company car they were not going to do anything but it shows you that this is a money grabbing scheme and not a road safety matter.

            Hey folks, they got a $50 billion covid bill to pay and rising .
            This is taxation
            It is only the beginning.
            It is not a road safety issue and covid is a political not medical event now!

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          • There you have the answer, the rich pricks pay their fines and the rest don’t! The car probably not registered in their own name, no WOF, etc!

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            • If a certain minority group is disproportionally found to be deserving tickets for lack of WoFs, registrations, speeding, etc., it creates problematic statistics (OMG! Evidence of institutional racism!)

              This will NOT do! Equality of outcome über alles!

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        • I find it hard to believe anyone other than Mark Lundy killed his wife and child Viking. Yes that obviously was a stuff up by the police or the autopsy why wasn’t it kept aside, like fingernail scrapings etc? I have read a lot of information on Mark Lundy, and I don ‘t believe anyone other than he killed them both. And one has to wonder at 20 years on how come that story about the hair comes out now?

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          • For me the most important thing was the sudden change in demeanor from over the top grief to normailty when he thought no one was watching. Howver a cop saw the changes and became suspicious. Also, ]who the hell has I “was shagging a prostitute” as a defence when supposedly he was so distraught at his wife’s death? Seems like a sicko, acts like a sicko, so on balance of praobabliities, he was the one. Also, how come no one else in the area hs been murdered in a similar way if it was some other random psycho?

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          • I was friends with the lawyer who was involved in Lundy’s bankruptcy being wound up. Lundy was in a financial hole for $2m and his plan was to get himself out of that financial hole with the life insurance but that was only possible if his wife was dead.

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          • Both the Herald and Stuff are running the ‘Lundy is Innocent’ line today.
            Seems weird timing.
            I wonder if Andrew Little is about to free him and has given his Media the orders?

            *And is Notsofast still banging on about Lundy over on Kiwiblog? Sheesh that guy was a broken record..

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  4. Listening to Grant Dalton and all his weaving and ducking on yet another fraudulent loss of taxpayers America’s cup funding. How long will these weasels be allowed to continually rob the NZ taxpayers?

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  5. I have this terrible vision of Jethro screaming Brenton Tarrant over and over while giving the nanny one. I need to get out more. Say no to the Ho.

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    • I’ve had similar dreams but in mine I have a terrible vision of Tarquin giving the nanny one while Jethro and Brenton screamed lol

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          • Wrong side of the border. If you go to the local beach up here it’s hard to tell if there’s a whale stranding happening or just the local beneficiaries having a day out enjoying their Cody’s and KFC at my expense.

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  6. Brenton Tarrant
    Brenton Tarrant
    Brenton Tarrant

    Fuck You Jacinda

    Fuck the cops pinging 51km/h

    Do some real work, like sort out the gangs, the baby murderers, the p manufacturers. Its not too hard. Generally, They are all the same people.

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  7. The COL’s Auckland airport quarantine controls leaking like a colander if you buy a plane ticket

    Coronavirus: Aucklanders able to fly out of the city without proof they have a good reason
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/coronavirus-aucklanders-able-to-fly-out-of-the-city-without-proof-they-have-a-good-reason.html

    The Government can’t say for sure that Aucklanders haven’t been flying out of lockdown against the rules and seeding COVID-19 across the country.

    At least 19,000 passengers have been through domestic and international terminals at Auckland Airport since level 3 restrictions were put in place earlier this month.

    Under level 3 you’re supposed to get an exemption from the Ministry of Health, or fit certain criteria listed on its website, and you have to prove it to the Aviation Security Service.

    But Newshub Nation has been told of three cases of where documentation didn’t meet the criteria, or wasn’t checked at all – and yet those Aucklanders just hopped on the plane.

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    • Correct
      I know of someone who flew to Qtn fro some skiing
      Said , yep it’ll be dead quiet, I’ll ski my Rs off for 4 days
      Told a BS story.
      In the time it would take to get through a road block on the Bombays he was on the slopes!!

      Make stupid rules, get stupid results.
      I wont dob in sensible people.

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  8. Another FAIL:

    Auckland to Hamilton commuter train delayed to early 2021
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/auckland-hamilton-commuter-train-delayed-early-2021

    The service had been scheduled to begin on 2 November, but had to be delayed for urgent track work to be carried out by KiwiRail.

    Rail governance working group chair Hugh Vercoe said while the delay was extremely disappointing, the safety issue with the track could not be ignored.

    A delay to the completion of a new transport hub at Rotokauri on the northern outskirts of Hamilton has been caused by Covid-19 level 3 restrictions in Auckland stopping some tradespeople from coming down from Auckland.

    Newly refurbished carriages will arrive in Hamilton next month and staff training will then begin.

    “It is going to happen, it will happen.”

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    • It’s all a very bad joke, Not sure how many will use the train but again it’s yet another stuff up by the col. You could not make this bull shit up really could you. They say fact is stranger than fiction and oh how right they were especially when the greens and liebour are in charge.

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    • Waste of time anyway. 5 hours a day on a train to get from Hamilton to Ak. Still got to get to station at either end. Brain fart city. Could drive it twice in that time, in the comfort of you own car, no walking in rain and no mask.

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  9. Beautiful day here in Auckland, and our commie overseers are warning us stay home don’t dare go out of your neighbourhood visiting beaches or parks, filthy lying scum the lot of them

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      • Brento Tarrant was not any where near my farnm either. I wonder how Brento Tarrant, is doing in jail these days.I asume Brento Tarrant doesnt have too many friends. A bit Like Jacinda.

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        • Just like the media who breathlessly say “Don’t say his name, lock him up, throw away the key and we don’t want to hear about him ever again”, and then go into half an hour of in-depth coverage repeating the sorry whole saga beginning to end every day this week!

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  10. So Sad.
    So sad.
    I have spoken to three different woman in three different towns in Australia this week.
    Two of them highly professional qualified, and all over 40 yo.
    They think Jacinderella is just amazeballs.
    ‘Wish we had her.
    You are so lucky.’

    That propaganda works.
    Not exactly unbelievable but wow, scary.

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      • I had a female friend in Sydney who messaged me the the same thing during lockdown-
        “You are just sooo lucky to have Jacinda”
        I told her lockdown was “pretty damn tough”
        She said-
        “Just take the kids to the Beach”
        I said-
        “Jacinda has locked down the Beaches- I would get arrested”
        She said
        “What the fuck?”
        I said-
        “Welcome to Jacinda’s Socialist Utopia”
        I haven’t heard anything back….

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  11. Oh my god. Really! More loony toons in the world of Covid: Don Brash and Ross Meurant want to import Russian made Sputnik V vaccine.

    Ex-National MPs apply to import Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine – report
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/ex-national-mps-apply-to-import-russian-made-covid-19-vaccine-report.html

    Two former National MPs are reportedly trying to ink a deal to import a Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine.

    But experts here say even if the Kremlin agrees, it’s unlikely authorities here will allow it.

    Ross Meurant and Don Brash – with unnamed backers – have formed a new company to import the Sputnik V vaccine, which is yet to undergo rigorous testing, Stuff reports.

    Meurant, who has long had businesses interests in Russia, said it would be “a matter of personal choice to decide if you take a vaccine” and blamed scepticism on anti-Russian “frenzy”.

    University of Auckland vaccinologist Helen Petousis-Harris said Sputnik V wouldn’t get approval from Medsafe “in a million years”, and if Sputnik V was rolled out but proved ineffective, it could discourage people from using future vaccines that did work.

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      • Cancel culture has taken on a whole new meaning.
        The blatant disregard for any life is now in full swing.
        I wonder how the screaming advocates of doom are going ramp up the next man made apocalyptic event.
        This week they are saying our food is too heavy and growing it in the ground is akin to murder.

        The ticketing of speeding drivers is a farce. Revenue gathering is part of it. The real reason is to reduce the amount of vehicles on the road. People are made to focus on the immediate disruption and cost so as to divert from the real reason.
        People will think they are protesting, and not drive. Another tick for reducing mobility and building containment cities.
        No cars. No need for more nasty roads.

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        • The reduction in speed on many roads is another unnecessary introduction to annoy drivers. Dropping the previous safe speed from 100km/hr down, in some cases by 40km/hr to 60km/hr is just taking the piss! Our own semi-local road despite it only being approx 1km long has 3 different speeds along it’s length. Are these changes intended to distract drivers to what speed they are traveling at so they can be easily picked off by road police who have introduced a zero tolerance policy? Bastards! 🤨

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            • More ammunition for National and Act. Have Labour forgotten the shower head debacle? Pettiness from the bureaucracy pisses off voters big time.

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          • Yup, fucking stupid reductions all over r the Cloevedon area, NAZI Pigs. Fuck the Police who do this. I hope there is a massive back lash.

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      • KEA, nearly as unbelievable as “covid 19 isn’t to blame for the 7000 less job advertisements in July compared to 2019” WTF is that about?

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  12. I feel for Tarrant’s victims as they have no answers, thanks to Ardern.

    Ardern lied to the world about his motivations and portrayed him as an anti Muslim supremacist. Then banned his manifesto that explicitly said the opposite. He was not allowed to explain his motivations at sentencing.

    Tarrant published his reason for targeting muslims, online, before carrying out his terrible act.

    He did not hate Muslims. They were used for other reasons. Reasons that proved correct.

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  13. ‘BRENTON TARRANT’ SAY NO TO THE HO.

    “Sign Sign Sign” !! Schnell Schnell !
    Dont forget to flick a note to that cnut Nash as well.

    Police plan to turn motorists into cash cows
    Louis Houlbrooke
    Sat 29/08/2020 10:25
    Update from the Taxpayers’ Union
    Dear Mike

    Did you see the news break yesterday that the Police are abolishing their 10km/h speed tolerance nationwide?

    That means that from today Police will be issuing fines for going as little as 101km/h on the open road – even when passing another vehicle!

    This Government has put up fuel taxes every year, and introduced the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax. Now they’re using the Police as tax collectors.

    Click here to sign our petition against this nasty revenue grab.
    Road safety advocates have labelled the move as “petty, vindictive and ineffective”. Deliberate speeding is one thing. But unintentional speeding where it’s a few kms over, such as when a driver is not fixated on the speedo, should not be fined. Crashes caused by speeding are seldom due to a driver doing one or two kms over the limit.

    This new policy that will see thousands of New Zealanders fined for going only one or two kms over the posted limit – even while passing another vehicle.

    Police Minister Stuart Nash can overrule this policy
    Mike, the one person who can overrule this policy is the Police Minister Stuart Nash.

    Jordan knows Stuart pretty well from his electorate in the Hawke’s Bay. Jordan says that Minister Nash will almost certainly buckle to public pressure if we put enough on him.

    We’ll deliver the petition to the Minister when it reaches 2,000 signatures, but in the meantime, let the Minister of Police know you’ve signed by flicking him a message at s.nash@ministers.govt.nz

    https://www.taxpayers.org.nz/fines?e=75da7bb88d87efa573b23b02da1496e2&utm_source=taxpayers&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=200828_speed_limit_petition&n=4

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      • Bloody fabulous, thanks for asking.
        Another poolside day, might even wander down the beach. We are allowed to up here..sans mask “gasp shock horror”!

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        • I went for a walk around the cold grey Welly water front among the Covid Karen’s and poofters. The odd fitness bunny made it bearable.

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  14. Usually travel broadens the mind, brings understanding.

    Tarrant is pictured in Pakistan as recently as last year, according to photographs and messages posted online. Photos shared on social media show him smiling during his Pakistan tour in October 2018.
    https://www.news18.com/news/world/from-pakistan-to-north-korea-gym-enthusiast-new-zealand-shooter-shared-pictures-of-his-world-tour-2068437.html

    …. A hotel owner in the far-north of Pakistan told the BBC that Brenton Tarrant had spent two nights in the area in October 2018.

    Syed Israr Hussain, who runs the Osho Thang hotel, said Tarrant expressed no visible hostility to Muslims or Islam.

    He said he was travelling alone and “walked around the local area” taking pictures like any other tourist. The area is popular with trekkers.

    A now deleted post on Mr Hussain’s social media account from last October is attributed to Brenton Tarrant and reads:
    “Pakistan is an incredible place filled with the most earnest kind hearted and hospitable people in the world.”

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-47579243

    Was that emboldened sentence in the “manifesto”?

    He visited the cities of Skardu and Gilgit in Pakistan-administered Kashmir and the picturesque remote villages of Pissan and Minapin in the Nagar Valley.

    Christchurch shooting: Survivors convinced gunman visited mosque to learn layout
    Photo credit: Newshub
    And he seemed to enjoy it. Tarrant said: “Pakistan is an incredible place filled with the most earnest, kind-hearted and hospitable people in the world”.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/04/christchurch-shooting-survivors-convinced-gunman-visited-mosque-to-learn-layout.html

    Something is wrong in the narrative of the experts, that is covering up, censoring the manifesto.
    Mein kampf a book than can be read, yet millions in the “cause”.died.
    Communist manifesto, yet the likes of Lenin, Stalin Che Guevara where so many died for the “cause”.

    So many things we can all read, where people died for the cause. Torah Talmud, Bible, Koran, etc.. yet we can all individually read.

    So why has the Labour, Greens NZ1st backed this censoring? ? ?
    With its sycophants like the Chief Censor, David Shanks,
    Human Right Commissioner Paul Hunt,
    Race Relations Conciliator Susan Devoy & now Meng Foon
    academia like Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley,
    Media witch-hunting with Matthew Nippert, Paddy Gower etc…

    It is like the church where no body could read, let alone understand the Latin.
    This government now follows and wants install its own “podium of truth”.
    Any deviation and your “social credit” will be marked down,
    Social justice warriors can attack you, through media etc..

    I do not condone what Brenton Tarrant did!
    Will we ever get to the truth that made him seriously draw up a plan to do this wicked deed.
    What did twist & pressure him?
    To protect us it is said we should not debate or discuss this, so the institutionalized, systemic man from the government says claims, in the name of helping us. 🙁

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    • Our glorious leader doesn’t think Kiwis are smart enough to assess for themselves Tarrant’s manifesto. I’d be interested to know if she actually read it before banning it, or took the word of someone else. Maybe one of those English friends who persuaded her to shut down the country first time around, despite her wanting to stay open so she could get some international adulation on the first anniversary of the Chch shooting.

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      • Her read it? not even to comprehend it if she did, but these one knew, as they had done the preparation, and then took the opportunity that opened up.

        Her minions read it,
        like the Chief Censor, David Shanks,
        Human Right Commissioner Paul Hunt,
        Race Relations Conciliator Susan Devoy & now Meng Foon
        academia like Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley,
        Media witch-hunting with Matthew Nippert, Paddy Gower etc…

        Ardern and CoL with the National Party were happy to “rubber stamp” and beat the population over their head.

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    • Not getting the Royal Commission Report before the Arms Act amendments were processed was a substantial and further failure. The Report May have justified the amendments but the long delay suggests it does not. I did not see any issue in enabling me to read the manifesto. Still don’t and accordingly resent the nanny state approach behind banning it. They just confirm their unsuitability to govern with this over bearing nonsense.

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      • Agreed,
        Denial of access to the full knowledge any public event is far beyond the acceptable behaviour of any truly democratic Government.

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  15. Finally, States Are Retracting Hydroxychloroquine Bans

    Despite the misgivings of mainstream media morons, who have no idea what they are talking about, hydroxychloroquine is an off-patent drug that is affordable, accessible, and could make a huge difference in the fight against coronavirus.

    Here is a pointed question for the media hypocrites who decry hydroxychloroquine: How many Americans need to die before safe and viable treatments, such as hydroxychloroquine, are made widely available?

    https://townhall.com/columnists/christinaherrin/2020/08/27/finally-states-are-retracting-hydroxychloroquine-bans-n2575161

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  16. Those spindly, lilly white shit stirrers, might get some bouncing.

    Trump to consider invoking ‘insurrection’ law after demonstrators attack Rand Paul outside W.H.

    President Trump said Friday night he’s considering invoking the Insurrection Act of 1807 to deal with violent street protesters after Black Lives Matter activists attacked and harassed his supporters leaving the White House after the Republican National Convention.

    At his first post-convention campaign rally, Mr. Trump told supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, that “thugs” outside the White House attacked Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and others after they left his acceptance speech on the South Lawn early Friday morning.

    “They took tremendous abuse,” Mr. Trump said. “Rand Paul was in big trouble last night. He’s a friend of mine. They walk out and they get accosted and they get abused. They get spit on. It’s a disgrace.”

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/aug/28/trump-consider-invoking-insurrection-law-after-dem/

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  17. Senator Rand Paul caught in Washington DC mob and threatened as he and his wife leaves the Republican conference. He says the rioters have been flown in to DC and are staying in expensive hotels, they need to be arrested and investigate who is paying their bills, and prosecute whomever is behind the violent rent-a-mob.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFDx5qTlGjU
    Rand Paul recounts being surrounded by protesters as he left the RNC

    Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul opens up about being surrounded by protesters after leaving White House.

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  18. She’s a real sweetie. One of the good ones.

    Buying the silence of health workers by giving them a “certificate of bollocks”. Do they really think that will work to keep the lid on the truth?

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  19. Pressure for Minister to overturn police speed trap policy.

    Petition against police’s zero-tolerance speed limit enforcement
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/petition-against-police-s-zero-tolerance-speed-limit-enforcement.html

    Police on Thursday said they would now pull over and/or fine anyone caught over the speed limit, no matter how much over they are.

    “We don’t have a threshold,” national road policing manager Acting Supt Gini Welch told Stuff.

    The Taxpayers’ Union has started a petition against the change.

    “Every law-abiding motorist using cruise control has crept over the limit on downhill stretches of road,” said spokesperson Jordan Williams. “Now there’s going to be police hidden at the bottom ready to pounce on motorists who pass at 102km/h. It’s nuts.”

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    • Could it be they have determined they have created such a shambles, getting re elected is not a good idea. Accordingly, the Police have been asked to come up with this dumb idea, just to irritate the public further and preclude any chance of getting too many votes.

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  20. Is this what happens when you overly frustrate drivers with authoritarian rules like zero tolerance for driving over the speed limit?

    Police hunt for driver who rammed speed camera, police car
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/police-hunt-for-driver-who-rammed-speed-camera-police-car.html

    A police spokesperson told Newshub that on Saturday morning the person, driving a silver Ford Ranger ute, intentionally rammed a speed camera car parked on Daniel St, near Kaingaroa Forest.

    The person inside the car was not injured and immediately called for backup.

    When police tried to pull over the fleeing vehicle, the driver stopped before attempting to ram the police car.

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  21. So 11 new cases and its perfectly safe to go to level 2…. but we ent to level 3 when there were just 4….. I am perplexed by the logic used by the government here……

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    • Maths was never my strongest suit but I’m sure I won’t be the only one struggling with the number crunching behind this decision.

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    • Yep, keep the jafas locked in, including shutting down those domestic flights, and any further fine tuning to aid flow through State Hi way 1 and to south & to north for Northland, and the border checks streamlined.

      Then internally they may go down to level 2, if they all ok with that, 🙂
      That way they can test the mask theory for themselves. 🙂

      Auckland itself will figure if that they will carry the can for themselves, or even remain at level 3.

      Really no reason why the rest of the country can not go to level 1 on the above basis. 🙂
      It is the rest of the country paying the price having to remain at level 2. to appease the politicians of Auckland.

      Why stuff the rest of the country up ? ? ? for Auckland’s troubles.

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      • Can’t fault the logic. Block off the Bombay Hills, sever the road connections at Puhoi & leave the unhealthy churn merchants to shit in their harbour. 🙂

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        • Build that wall President Trump. 🙂
          ——————-
          How much workable would car ferries be, like from the Thames, and up to the Leigh or Whangarei.

          Would there be a spare Cook Strait ferry ? 🙂

          Not that I think there is much to trade between Northland & the rest of the country, south of the Bombay, but one never knows, and there could be an opportunity, particularly when the 4 yr. degree local clip board tick boxes are safely quarantined away in Auckland. 🙂

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      • Ardern put Auckland under martial law and imposed draconian measures across NZ, because of 4 cases. Now we have dozens of cases and restrictions are being lifted.

        This is just Ardern acting out her totalitarian fantasies.

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        • Said this to Mrs Saggy. Why the fuck did they put us in lockdown in the first place then? And does it really matter if they know it’s related to the Akld cluster, when it turns up in Gore? And they STILL haven’t worked out how it got in. (Or more likely, aren’t telling us, as it would be too damaging).

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    • Labour accounting is done on their magic abacus that works on feelz and colours. Red are obviously worth more than blue. Green are added when they are useful but the black balls, well they are the wildcard and have a mind of their own, adding and subtracting on their own. See, magic! 🤩 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

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  22. NZ Election 2020: Jami-Lee Ross’ misleading conspiracy video referred to Privileges Committee
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/08/nz-election-2020-jami-lee-ross-misleading-conspiracy-video-referred-to-privileges-committee.html

    The Speaker has referred independent MP Jami-Lee Ross to the Privileges Committee for misusing edited parliamentary TV video for political ads.

    Trevor Mallard ordered the anti-vaccination video – posted by Ross’s party and that of Billy Te Kahika’s NZ Public Party – to be removed from social media, but that’s been met with a blunt refusal.

    Parliamentary footage of an exchange between Government minister Megan Woods and National’s Erica Stanford was edited for use in the political ad, posted on several sites.

    Mallard considers it a potential breach of privilege and has referred it to Parliament’s Privileges Committee – which has an extensive range of powers to censure MPs.

    In a statement, Ross describes the Speaker’s action as a “draconian measure… to try [to] censor a political party’s videos in the middle of an election campaign”.

    “Billy Te Kahika and I will keep ruffling feathers and challenging the establishment,” he says.

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  23. Hundreds protest against lockdowns, vaccines while unmasked in Auckland

    People gathered in Auckland today to protest, among other things, against lockdowns, the United Nations and vaccination.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/content/tvnz/onenews/story/2020/08/29/protest.html?auto=6185687995001

    Hundreds of protesters gathered in Aotea Square in the central city, breaching Alert Level 3 gathering restrictions in Auckland, claiming they were there on a “liberty march”.

    Advance New Zealand co-leader Jami-Lee Ross and New Conservative deputy leader Elliot Ikilei were also spotted in the crowd.

    Protesters raised a number of issues, including false claims the Covid-19 pandemic was planned.

    They also protested against globalisation under the United Nations for its Sustainable Development Goals Programme (Agenda 2030). The conspiracy theory claims the agenda would give elites control over the population. The conspiracy also claims 1080, 5G and fluoridation are tools for population control, despite there being no proof this is the case.

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  24. “The conspiracy theory claims the agenda would give elites control over the population.”

    Elites usually have control over the population. (Of course, it depends on who you define as “the elites.”)

    Well, running the place is a hell of job. Someone has to do it. Societies don’t run themselves…

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  25. A Christian lady lives next door to her neighbor who is an atheist. Every morning, the lady stands outside and shouts, “Praise God for this wonderful day!”. Her neighbor got tired of this. One morning, the lady came outside and said “Lord, I pray you will bring me a bag of groceries!” . Sure enough, she found groceries on her front porch. She yelled, “The Lord has blessed me with groceries! Thank you Lord!”.
    Her neighbor jumped out from behind the corner and laughed. ““HAH, I put those groceries there! There is no God!”. Then the lady replied and said ““The Lord has Blessed me with groceries and made the Devil pay for them!!!”

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  26. “Take from the church the miraculous, the supernatural, the incomprehensible, the unreasonable, the impossible, the unknowable, the absurd, and nothing but a vacuum remains.”

    Robert G. Ingersoll

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    • The explanation in your link makes far more sense than the race-baiting garbage we’ve been fed through the venal MSM.

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    • WEll worth reading. I dont know who is representing him, bu it looks like he has some powerful legal eagles there. I hope Justice prevails. Else Trump needs to pardon him. Hopefully Trump will be in a position to do so!

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    • The Covington lad. Nick Sandman’s legal beagle, also coming to be part of this, should make some of those media insane journalists and editors take note on what they publish. which is far often so inflammatory and defamatory. 🙂

      I hope he can take a few more good bites out of them, and more than savages them, that they know they learn to be accountable for what they print & say.

      Those lads give some hope, that there is something for the USA to turn to.
      And that good men & woman will support them. like the number that came forward & supported Trump’s nomination conference.

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  27. Have we heard anymore about that black supremacist who filmed himself beating old white people to a pulp as they lay in bed at a nursing home?

    Of course attacks like this, on humans, are very common.

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    • That story disappeared pretty quickly from the MSM Kea.
      Except on a few hard-left sites,-where he is hailed as a ‘Revolutionary Hero’ etc

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  28. Was Pizzagate a conspiracy?

    I won’t sign up to the Telegraph, but this is their latest headline.

    28 August 2020
    Paedophiles using cheese and pizza emojis as secret code on social media

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/08/28/paedophiles-using-cheese-pizza-emojis-secret-code-social-media/

    Four years ago this was published.

    27 April 2016

    Revealed: The symbols that pedophiles use to signal their sordid sexual preferences on social media
    FBI discovered five symbols used by pedophiles to show what they want

    There is one for boys, one for young boys, one for girls, one for ‘anything’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3560069/The-symbols-pedophiles-use-signal-sordid-sexual-preferences-social-media.html

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  29. Glenn Beck (TheBlaze TV.)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Beck_Program

    I am feeling so humbled this week. I feel truly horrible for the things I said and believed in 2016 about DonaldTrump . I believed the worst politically, which he proved me wrong at almost every turn. In the most dramatic cases (life/Israel/China/authoritarian).
    I expected DonaldTrump to take control federally at the first opportunity. Here we are in a massive crisis. Bush ‘violated the free market to save the free market.’
    Trump could have violated federalism to ‘save federalism’ yet he has stood firm through COVID.

    But let me cut to the chase. I believed he actually didn’t care about people.
    When DonaldTrump called me after my fathers death, I assigned the motive to politics – AND SAID SO. What haunts me this week is how my words must have hit his children.
    How did I miss, the sharpness of my ‘judgement’ without consideration of family. Me? A guy who has lived it from his side. I wanted to end my interview with DonaldTrumps son this week w/ a personal apology, who had spent 20 minutes with me as if we were old friends.
    I didn’t want to embarrass myself in the end and failed to do the right thing again.
    I don’t regret my doubts or expressing my concern in 16, but the fact that I missed his humanity and was blind to his family.
    I said at the time, ‘I hope I am wrong and will be the first to admit it.’I did. On air and personally to the president himself.

    But it was all about politics. I knew he loved his children and they him. What I failed to see, is the reason I think they love him.
    DonaldTrump is a loud New Yorker with a private heart.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/glennbeck/status/1299158958851186691

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      • It wouldn’t tax the imagination greatly. From Wikipedia:

        ……”One day, an unnamed giant, claiming to be a skillful smith, arrives at Asgard on his stallion, Svadilfari.[10] He offers help in erecting a protective wall around Asgard in a mere three winters. In return for this favour, he asks for the sun, moon, and marriage with Freyja. Despite Freyja’s opposition, the gods agree to fulfill his request if he builds a wall in just one winter.[12] As part of the deal, they guarantee the giant’s safety”……

        Now I have no problem whatsoever with beliefs consequential to a natural phenomenon. It isn’t difficult to see how they can become the basis of religion.

        What I do object to is being forced through that religion to live my life today according to the bullshit. Bullshit that only exists because of the lack of scientific knowledge at the time.

        Witness the hallucinations of ignorant goatherders which have given us the abominations of Islam & Christianity.

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        • “I will not attack your doctrines nor your creeds if they accord liberty to me.
          If they hold thought to be dangerous –
          if they aver that doubt is a crime, then I attack them one and all, because they enslave the minds of men”.
          ― Robert G. Ingersoll, The Ghosts and Other Lectures

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      • A great religion in the making of great empathy for “black lives do matter” has started and so importantly know what is right & what is wrong, as they expressively guide people to great understanding and they seem to live their lives for importance of breaking systemic problems, so do what it takes can only be right.

        It has started with great diversity, and now is so inclusive, and they really want you to become a part of it.

        There seems to be a living in it? but I am sure they will be provided for, with great blessings in clip board, tick boxes, and authority, in some government department, or a unit of the police.

        The liturgy is somewhere in BLM, and the adherents do not have to bow.
        Instead they do a supplication of “Take the Bended Knee!” in a sort prayer ritual.
        A raised fist can also be used, representing that if a hammer is in that hand, then glass, better if large numbers and amount, like shop windows, vehicles, must be smashed before it is put down.

        (personally I prefer the Greek system and breaking plates as a symbol;-
        “a concept of kefi (high spirits and fun). Some say that it wards off evil spirits.
        Others maintain that plates broken during a wedding reception symbolise good luck and a happy, lasting marriage.”)

        Then there is the Zoroastrian part that used fire in some of their rituals, but now updated to place that in shops, buildings and vechicles.
        Possibly it could be said to be used a bit too much??? though sanctification is important.

        It must be good as it seems to be state sanctioned, where only the truth comes from certain pulpits, that lead to other well-paid state actors to genuflect publicly.
        https://twitter.com/josieamycashman/status/1269253894573416452?lang=ar

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  30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ng_3rUih3g
    Rep Van Drew calls Biden a ‘puppet’ for radical Dems

    New Jersey Congressman Jeff Van Drew, an ex-Democrat, highlights his RNC address on ‘America’s Newsroom.’

    Van Drew says he felt more welcomed by Donald Trump than at any time by Nancy Pelosi as a representative of the Dems.

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  31. Protesters build a guillotine outside of Jeff Bezos’s house. Yesterday the Amazon billionaire was reported to become the first man worth $200 billion.

    Protesters on Thursday responded to a report that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the first man to be worth $200 billion by building a guillotine in front of his Washington house.

    The protest, organized to demand a $30 minimum wage for Amazon workers, attracted about 100 people, led by former Amazon employee Chris Smalls. Smalls, who has protested Bezos before, gestured at the billionaire’s house and decried his record-setting wealth.

    “Give a good reason why we don’t deserve a $30 minimum wage when this man makes $4,000 a second,” he said.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/protesters-build-guillotine-in-front-of-jeff-bezoss-house-after-his-wealth-hits-200b

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  32. So the PM has made a mask from a scrape of material. To me that is totally irresponsible. She is saying a scrap of material is sufficient to provide protection. Why don’t the professionals wear a bit rag if that is good enough?

    So it is all for political show and nothing to do with health safety. All part of the scam.

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  33. Spotted on a blog.

    Open letter to ANTIFA:

    Last night, a few of your armed comrades got rolled by a fucking 17 year old kid. One of them looked down and saw his buddy missing most of his face and screamed for the police, the same ones you want to defund. Another kneeled and cried as he looked down at the hole where his bicep use to be. The other laid on the ground with a gaping hole in his chest, bleeding out thinking “maybe I shouldn’t have hit that guy with my skateboard”. All that after an armed encounter with a 17 year old kid from Illinois. A few weeks ago, another one of your comrades was carrying an AK47 and got dropped by an Uber driver with a pistol. Weeks before that, one of your other comrades fired at a car, missed completely and accidentally shot 3 of his other comrades by mistake. Just stop. It’s embarrassing. I’m embarrassed for you. Go back to your mom’s house, throw your Black Lives Matter shirt in the trash, give your mom her eyeliner back and go look for a job. Contribute to society and pay your mom some rent while you’re at it. This anarchy shit ain’t for you. Just stop before the real men come out to play….

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  34. A short article, giving a brief of the Fed Reserve Bank and some of the debate.

    ….. President Andrew Jackson, who faced down the Bank of the United States in the 1820s and 1830s; ….
    …. Federal Reserve was established in December 1913, during the “progressive” Woodrow Wilson administration. But the Fed was just a new version of the same Bank of the United States that Jackson fought: ….

    ….. Federal Reserve Act placed various regional Federal Reserve banks in private hands, controlled by a central board that was appointed by the president. The central board was supposed to prevent the growth of a moneyed oligarchy that would exercise undue control over the American political process, which was exactly what Jackson and Tyler had decried about the nineteenth-century bank. ……

    ….. Trump’s top economic aide Lawrence Kudlow said it last October: “I don’t want to get into a lot of Fed bashing,” but “their models are highly flawed. The deep state board staff, of course, has not been very helpful — oops, did I say that?”……
    ….. same danger the U.S. faces today: becoming a sham republic with the real government in the hands of a small clique. It is because Donald Trump stands in between that clique and unchallenged hegemony that he is so fervently hated today. ……

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/08/the_original_deep_state.html

    Will Trump get the next 4 years?
    Banking Economics are not being debated, or the policies.
    Maybe -ive interest rate, and cashless, seems to be the relentless march, and for what purpose?

    How will it play out financially with the banks, the borrowings, debt, and the $US, then the tinpot $NZ ?

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