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  1. And a very good morning to you all my fellow Deplorables, Rivers etc. etc. (You all know who you are).

    ‘Tis another day in lil o’ NZ, so up and at ’em, do your own thing, walk your own path and DLTBGYD.

    Enjoy your day, and keep safe.

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    • “Ali said he then started “tapping” on his son’s back, and his bum but said he was only tapping a “little” to wake him up.

      “To get any reaction from him – like if he’s really doing that or just joking,” he said.”

      Obviously the 10 month old baby had more intelligence than the father, able to feign asleep as a joke.

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    • Generally speaking
      The good news is there are far far less Maori babies killed today than 400 years ago

      Back in the day where there were very few resources and doing it tough really meant doing it tough (no corner dairy, Pak n save, KFC, KO, Social Welfare – all White MOFo imports ) so in times of no food the kid had to go.

      There was not much investment in the child at that stage (primitive mind, it only consumed resources when born) and you can make another soon enough, so out it goes.

      The precious mokopuna is as big a myth as sailing to the Antarctic and poi dancing.
      ———–

      and saggy
      there is no need to apologise
      If it was a precious ‘mokopuna’ the media would NOT be reporting it
      That scum has not suddenly grown a conscience
      they are as corrupt and evil as ever.

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    • Yesterday Stuff reported:

      # A 10-month-old baby boy has died after sustaining “violent, blunt-force trauma”, police say.

      # a“violent, blunt force trauma” that killed a 10-month-old boy.

      Today Stuff report:

      # he then started “tapping” on his son’s back, and his bum but said he was only tapping a “little” to wake him up.

      # he choked, something’s blocking, he cannot breathe, let’s just hurry up and take him to the hospital’.

      I’m calling bullshit. It seems that this immigrant, in his haste to assimilate, has taken the early settlers’ child rearing practises to heart.

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      • To adapt to the adopted country.

        early settlers’ child rearing practises to heart.

        Just call it the old traditional;– taking an all wellbeing whanau moment of caring.

        As Boomslang’s initial cartoon
        “Ta moko is the marking of the body by Maori… Can be added to over time if prior applications start to fade!”
        For the monthly tally, RIP

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    • She’s all Kosher, well maybe not Kosher in Mustafa’s case. I quote from your Post SB.

      “Asked if the Toddler had previously suffered any injuries, Ali said he had once, when the pair fell down the stairs together after he tripped. The then 3- month – old , suffered fractures to his collarbone and ribs as well as bleeding on the head and neck.”

      Well I guess in this case the bottle of milk Ali gave the young Fella, just jumped up on it’s own volition and gave Mustafa a good old fashioned “Milk Bottle Walloping” or some other, associated alleged indiscretion that milk bottles tend to give.

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  2. Australian grocery giant introduces egg limits amid flu outbreak.

    The supermarket giant’s customers in every state and territory can now only buy a maximum of two egg cartons, with the exception of Western Australia. (then one, then none)

    Coles says the limit is temporary but has not revealed how long it is expected to last?? (until eggs are worth their weight in gold, if you can get them)

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/06/10/australian-grocery-giant-introduces-egg-limits-amid-flu-outbreak/

    The benchmark for world food commodity prices increased for the third consecutive month in May, as higher prices of cereals and dairy products outweighed decreases in quotations for sugar and vegetable oils, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reports.
    https://www.ruralnewsgroup.co.nz/rural-news/rural-general-news/fao-food-price-index-inches-up

    Two more public psychopathic dictator tyrants get their reward?

    Two former premiers who became polarising figures during the COVID-19 pandemic, have been awarded King’s Birthday honours in a move which has sparked outrage from Australians.

    Daniel Andrews, premier of Victoria from 2014 to 2023, received a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) award for “eminent service to the people and Parliament of Victoria, to public health, to policy and regulatory reform, and to infrastructure development”.
    Mark McGowan, who also stepped down from his role as premier of Western Australia in 2023 after coming into office in 2017, received the same award for “eminent service to the people and Parliament of Western Australia, to public health and education, and to international trade relations.”

    https://www.skynews.com.au/australia-news/politics/undermines-the-award-outrage-as-former-state-premiers-dan-andrews-and-mark-mcgowan-awarded-kings-birthday-honours/news-story/31877d91d338c6a8b47ce0244f88807e

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    • same as in america and same with covid… blame the virus for everything when really its the govt response to it thats causing all the issues.

      i bet here and aussie theres a group of nazi like folk prepping a plan and just itching to start going door to door killing the peasants backyard chooks.

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      • Sausage fingers will ditch himself soon enough.
        Wont last long.
        His weird alternative ‘diet’ will take its toll

        Then pencil head will take over.

        Giving out knighthoods is a bit silly in the 21st century.
        Or the equivalent in Australia

        Honours are dubious.
        Just look at the cheat, ‘SIR Bradley Wiggins ‘
        Ron Brierley and whole bunch of the 1980s business cheaters in NZ
        ‘Sir’ John Ki for what he did to us,

        and the whole thing is sexist
        If a bloke gets Sir the Wife can call herself Lady
        but if a Wiminz gets Dame the husband cannot be Sir
        It is a very sexist institution
        Scrap it

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  3. IAASB@0655

    So lets see. Father at home, with 10 month child for company. Child’ is ‘suddenly’ rushed to hospital with blunt-force trauma injuries, yet Father’ says he ‘Did nothing wrong’.

    On the face of it therefore, the 10-month old child inflicted the injuries on themselves, totally, utterly and completely; They were entirely their own work.

    Anyone want to buy a bridge?.

    BTW: Does anyone else find it odd that Stuff has published this ‘exclusive’ story so soon after the events occurred and while the police are still investigating the matter.

    Something smells methinks…

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  4. farking hilarious, last night i was reading a thing on how feelz and givealittle crusades can end up making ppl worse off.
    well the person at the centre of it being discussed was that auckland homeless crackhead that was selling the $1 instant coffees. turns out he was slagging off those genuine folk wanting to help by offering business avice and expertise as all he wanted was some capital/funds….
    he got 13k via givealittle, went and signed a 2?(maybe 4) year lease on a building @$850pw which required 10k upfront payment, since then hes also pimped out a supermarket trolley and purchased a few more bags of countdown instant coffee and biscuits.
    simple math will tell you that he has to sell a stupid amount of crappy coffees to cover the cost of just consumables and the lease, then theres powerbills, council crap, “contractors fees”(for his mobile cart, aka shopping trolley) and all before he makes and pockets a single cent.

    theres a reason this muppet was homeless and now thanks to feelz and givealittle hes gunna end up in debt, homeless again and a far shittier self esteem. ffs the dude wouldnt be homeless if he was good with finances or had a work ethic yet some thought giving a 13k lump sum and fake praise was a brilliant idea.

    moral of the story….. dont help scum, ignore them and let them wallow in their misery and poor life choices.

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  5. Going to the Council Annual Plan meeting today, first speaker.
    Simply going to point out that inflation for the past 6 years has been 20.14%
    The last 5 years of rate increases plus the proposed 13.8% this year total 50.62%
    So that is an increase of 30.48% greater than the inflation rate – or 146.96% .
    There is a projected 289.9% increase over the next 3 years.
    I suspect these out of control increases are not specific to this Council.
    i feel a lot of people on low fixed incomes will be really struggling.

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    • Councils are out of control. They have taken on much of the functions central government used to do. All the vanity projects are just that. Get them back to providing the basic needs of their community. Water, sewerage, parks and ammenities animal control and nothing else.
      Ratepayer only voting will get things sorted quickly

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      • The sad part is I think it’s going to get worse. All these young Greens floating around are looking for a career in local government or on councils. So much easier than getting a real job and you can exercise your inner activist with gay abandon knowing you can’t be removed. Welcome to the new nursery.

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    • geez HP get with the program youre supposed to reverse mortage your home and max out your credit cards in order to pay councils their extortion money.

      how many house seizures/sales do you think councils will engage in to recover unpaid rates over the next decade???

      imo there needs to be a mass revolt and damn near everyone withold their rates payments and show councils who really has the power and in charge, starve the beast in other words.
      i rekon winnie or seymour next election should campaign on a 3yr rates freeze then limit it to inflation. councils should have a no frills budget/plans and any “nice to haves” or woke virtue signalling shit should be fundraised for by involved parties eg. rainbow fags can pay for rainbow crossings.

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  6. I just got quoted $10k to paint the inside of three large rooms. Admittedly there are a lot of windows. Anyway, looks like I’m going to be blowing a week or two of my precious leave and getting out the painting gear. FS I HATE painting.

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  7. Preliminary 3 main findings from any inquiry into Te Pati Maori (with thanks to “Private Eye”).
    1. Everyone’s innocent.
    2. Errrrrrr………..
    3.That’s all.
    I hope I’m wrong, but I have my doubts.

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  8. A man goes to horse races, wanting to place a bet. As he is walking along the stalls, he sees a Catholic priest standing by a horse, blessing it.
    “You know,” he thinks, “this could mean something. I’ll place my bet on that horse.” He does, and the horse wins. The man packs the money.
    For several more weeks, the man goes to the horse races and watches for the priest. The priest always blesses a horse, the man always bets on it, and the horse wins. Until one day, he places a big bet, and the horse not only doesn’t win — it falls on the track and is dead on the spot.
    The man is pretty angry about it. He finds the priest in the crowd and says: “Hey, what happened? You always bless a horse, and it always wins, why did this one die?”
    The priest asks: “Are you Catholic, my son?”
    “No, I don’t believe in God.”
    “Well, in that case… see here, there is a tad of difference between a blessing and the last rites.”

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  9. awwww the poor weather doomers had their hopes dashed and no “polar blast” coming anymore but alas they now have a “vigorous subtropical stream” to doom us with.

    climate/weather tards must be busy coming up with fearmongering terms for normal seasonal weather. what a bunch of cocks.

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  10. Rort after rort.FFS.

    The Education Ministry spent nearly $3 million on one course that enrolled just 42 students and had 29 graduates over two years.

    Annual funding of $4.5m for the Te Kawa Matakura course was axed in last month’s Budget, with the government citing consistent underspends and low enrolments.

    The level 5 diploma in the knowledge and customs of indidual iwi had just two intakes of students in Te Tai Tokerau in 2020 and 2021.

    Briefings to then-Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis said Covid lockdowns and restrictions hampered enrolments and teaching of the qualification.

    The Education Ministry said it paid Takarangi Education Solutions Limited, Ngātiwai Trust Board and Ahu Whakamua Limited $1,672,495 to develop the course.

    Ngātiwai Trust Board and Ahu Whakamua Limited received a further $1,147,201 for delivering the course.

    “During the pilot, 42 ākonga started the programme and 29 successfully completed the programme,” the ministry said.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/519199/education-ministry-spent-3m-on-one-course-with-29-graduates

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  11. Over at https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/06/09/might-be-nationals-kiwibuild-concerns-over-ev-charger-funding/ the normal fuckwits are crying into their lattes because the promised EV charger at every corner hasn’t eventuated.

    In a delicious link to the article RCR Bites this morning advises that:

    ……”Ironically, all the whining and guilt-tripping by New Zealand’s climate change activists has resulted in NZ’s highest rate of coal-powered transport since the age of steam trains.”…….

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  12. I’ve generally been a sympathiser for the Jews who suffered under Germany’s Nazi regime but this is ridiculous. From https://x.com/Klaus_Arminius/status/1799714028144451589

    ……”Germany: Ursula Haverbeck (95) appeared in court in a wheelchair as she was sentenced to further 16-months in prison.

    Ursula was asked to repent for claiming the holocaust is “the biggest and most persistent lie in history”.

    She rejects that 6 million jews were killed, and insists few thousands died from starvation and diseases caused by ‘Allied blockade’.

    Ursula was in her 20s during WWII and insists that Auschwitz was no more than a labor camp.”…….

    FFS. She’s 95 YO & probably confused if not senile. It doesn’t matter what she thinks as her chances of influencing others must be zilch or less.

    This isn’t justice……it’s persecution & elder abuse.

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    • She’s being punished for her opinion, which is wrong, – this is regardless of the value of the opinion (which to me is also wrong, but that’s just my opinion).
      What’s more disturbing is the amount of commenters who agree with her on that thread.

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      • In NZ it’s a job assigned to low security inmates in much the same way as working in the prison kitchen, laundry or gardens. They’re probably looked after at least as well, if not better, than those in old peoples’ homes as there would be no shortage of staff.

        Which brings up an associated subject, that being prisons full of able bodied men & women with little or nothing to occupy their time. In times past they were employed at minimal wages to sew mail bags & various other piece work that could be done inside. Unions were against it as they saw such work along with that performed by the intellectually handicapped as taking work from their members but many prisoners lost a chance at useful rehabilitation when the schemes were axed.

        Rex Widerstrom & I argued the toss on the subject years ago on Flightlessbirdblog. I brought up the subject of hard labour & surprisingly enough as a prisoners welfare advocate he wasn’t against the concept provided it wasn’t soul destroying stuff like moving sand from one side of a yard to the other using a teaspoon. (which used to happen).

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        • Yep Yep
          Bloody unions again

          The prisoners at Mt Eden actually quarried out a lot of Mt Eden – before greenies- real greenies, not the narcissistic kunts in the Gween pardy today.
          Used in building around Akl incl the original Auckland Grammar school.

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    • The Rothschild Khazarian Mafia sets up Nazi Work Camps as a pretext to later manipulate the Allies into granting them their own private colony in Palestine, using land stolen from the Palestinians:

      The Rothschild KM was able to use their self-mislabeled, so-called “holocaust” to serve as a mind-control trigger to thwart and resist any criticism of their Zionist ways.

      The truth of the matter was that the Rothschild KM set up the Nazi work camps to make huge profits for the corporations that ran their work camps and supplied their Nazi war machine.

      Extract from “The Hidden History of the Incredibly Evil Khazarian Mafia” By Preston James, Ph.D

      Now ask yourself, why are they trying so hard to silence her?

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      • ” land stolen from the Palestinians”
        The ancestors of the Palestinians (also known as Arabs) stole the land from the Jews and Christians who were living there. Now the Pals want to kill all the Jews because their so-called holy book tells them to.

        Incredibly evil is a description that fits Islam.

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      • Sooty if the Upper Hutt Whinger is considered a better Manager than Nude Nut, a Professional Manager by profession, a man who has run International Companies, compared with the Upper Hutt Whinger who has a Degree in Political Science and was an advisor to Trevor Mallard, then there is something horribly wrong in this country and it is as such, totally fucked.

        Being PM for 6 months and taking his Party from Government to Opposition obviously resonates as a win for some people.

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    • Rats & mice. From https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/519243/opposition-makes-gains-in-new-political-poll

      ……”The latest Taxpayers’ Union Curia poll put National down 1.9 points on last month to 35.4 percent, while its coalition parties ACT and New Zealand First remained mostly steady on 9.7 percent and 5.6 percent respectively.

      Labour slipped 0.6 points to land at 29.4 percent, but the Greens bounced up 2.5 points to 12.7 percent. Te Pāti Māori was up 0.9 points to 4.0 percent.

      On those numbers, the three coalition parties would have a majority with 63 seats between them, down three from last month, while the opposition would have 58, up two.”…….

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          • and Darleen is making bank. Still on Over $3500 a week.
            Not bad for a shyster.
            Isnt there an investigation as well intp the cray cray Yank?

            The PR machine works well for them (teevee one)

            There are enough nutters in NZ that one in eight will vote for the Gweens.
            Not an aberration. Celia Wade Brown is now a Gween MP
            Was the two term mayor of Wellywood 2010 to 2016

            Gweens have polled higher than ACT in every election for 20 years.
            …..that is your country.

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      • That will reflect the disappointment of nude nut watering down everything
        He does not work for the voters
        That has always been obvious to those paying attention .

        That that loss is not bleeding out to NZF or ACT is the real concern .

        Notional’s natural support in the mid 2020s is only just above 1 in 3 voters.
        This is a far cry for 9 out of 20 in 2017.
        A lot of damage was done by Hooten in pushing Toddy Mooller in 2020
        The quality of MPs has been a concern.

        nude nut playing up to media filth while denigrating elected notional MPs must have some adverse effect.
        How much is a legacy of the appalling loooong presidency of goodfellow I cant define.

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  13. ACT New Zealand
    @actparty
    Farmers now valued, not sacrificed to climate gods

    ACT is welcoming the announcement of legislation to keep agriculture out of the emissions trading scheme.

    “Under Labour and the Greens, farmers were being lined up as a sacrifice to the climate gods,” says ACT Rural Communities spokesman and Ruawai farmer Mark Cameron.

    “Now, farmers are recognised as the backbone of our economy, and valued by a government that understands we can meet our emissions obligations without knee-capping rural New Zealand’s productive potential.

    “Lumping agriculture into the Emissions Trading Scheme would not have worked to reduce global emissions. Piling costs onto local farms would have given other countries a competitive edge, shifting food production offshore to places with far less carbon-efficient farmers than New Zealand’s.

    “New Zealand will only prosper if we match our goals with actions which actually benefit the environment. That’s why ACT has secured coalition commitments to deliver a smarter, more scientific, and more economic approach to climate policy.

    “We’re maintaining a split-gas approach to methane and carbon dioxide through to 2050, and reviewing the methane science and targets. And we will ensure farmers are able to offset on-farm sequestration from their emissions liability.

    “Real environmentalists would support this approach as it stops production moving to more carbon intensive countries.

    “Naturally, ACT would like to go further in unleashing rural New Zealand’s potential. We’d like to see the Zero Carbon Act repealed and the Climate Change Commission abolished. But with ACT in government, farmers are in a far better position than they otherwise would be.”

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  14. Te Kūiti baby death: Police say child was known to police since one-month-old

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2024/06/te-k-iti-baby-death-police-say-child-was-known-to-police-since-one-month-old.html
    On Saturday afternoon, 10-month-old Mustafa Maheir Mukzameel Ali was taken unconscious to Te Kūiti Hospital and died a short time later.

    Initial examinations showed Mustafa suffered “violent, blunt-force trauma and we do not believe these injuries were accidental”, he reiterated.

    “Mustafa Ali is known to police in regard to a non-accidental injury previously that has been investigated,” he said.

    Det Insp Saunders added that incident happened in October, when Mustafa was a month old.

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    • It was Mark Lundy !!!!
      He drove there fast on day release, did the deed, and drove back fast ☠

      Yeah, Nah, it was a) mum or b) Dad c) no-one else but a or b

      I ask in these cases …
      how many other times is it happening where the child does not die but is physically damaged that leads to psychological damage in later years .. where the brutal cycle continues.

      If either A or B is found guilty will they be deported after sentence ?

      (I’ll answer now. .No ! )

      In the likes of the Delcelia Witika or Nia Glassie I’ll volunteer my service, free of charge, as the hangman .

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  15. Australian Senate Launches Major Inquiry into Soaring Deaths among Vaxxed.

    The motion was Babet’s fifth attempt to launch a parliamentary inquiry in two years. Previously, the left-wing Labor government and the Greens had blocked the motion, without explaining why?
    The report is expected by the end of August. It will be a difficult task, however.The likelihood that there will be any admissions of wrongdoing by government bureaucrats and politicians is vanishingly small.

    https://slaynews.com/news/australian-senate-launches-major-inquiry-soaring-deaths-among-vaxxed

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  16. Missus watches “The Chase” in the middle of it was a covid advert by Shaun The Dark Destroyer.
    He just spoke the words, the full nine yards. nothing else, except him.
    He is presently in NZ, I believe.

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  17. ‘Beyond belief’: cancer risk poses water rules queries

    Urgent talks are planned to determine the safety of Australia’s drinking water supply following a landmark ruling in the US.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2024/06/10/climate/pfas-forever-chemicals-lawsuit.html

    Experts want Australia’s standards to be lifted in line with recently tightened American regulations, after the US cut the maximum level of cancer-causing so-called “forever chemicals” allowed in its drinking water.

    In April, the US Environmental Protection Agency found there was “no safe level of exposure” of the chemicals perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in drinking water and they were likely to cause cancer.

    https://au.news.yahoo.com/tap-water-review-due-cancer-015138066.html

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