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  1. I’m off to Queen Street today to protest the fascist government of Jacinda Ardhern and Dr Ashley Bloomfield (the fraudulent MD) and the Gestapo (formerly known as the New Zealand Police).

    Hope to see you there. I’m disguised as ‘Osama bin Laden’.

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    • Well done you I am with you in spirit as I live too far away today to make the protest. Well done to you for going, and thank you. I hope there will be a lot of supporters there. Thanks for the photographs of the last one. I look forward to todays

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      • Same from me too TR. But I’d really implore you to be more careful about protecting your identity. The telephoto lens cameras were not just there for bird-watching. Those photos are an investment for the future. If Covid Cindy is re-elected then she will start to exercise the unfettered power that the ridiculous Health Act bestows upon her. What we’re seeing in QLD and VIC is a precursor to what is coming here.

        Photos are going to be used to build profiles of “wrong-thinkers”, the facial recognition system that the Stasi cops have will be being fed images to school up on evil “counter-revolutionaries” who will need to be removed from society (for the protection of society).

        Wear a facial covering, sunglasses and cover your head. Antifa know about this precaution – the sane middle ground has to learn from what the modern day fascists are doing, as tools of the state they are fully briefed on identity protection. They set the gold standard for avoiding persecution.

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        • Yes, I expect the cops are doing this so they can peel off protesters one by one; when they’re no longer together. I believe we’ve seen just how cowardly the police act since the COL have held government (all bullies are cowards).

          The rest of us get bullied over firearms but the gangs do not etc.

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        • This techniques doesn’t work in practice. It only compiles a list of the mouthy, low-hanging, middle-aged, white and harmless fruit.
          The real terrorists will not be in the authorities’ databases (due to them having no criminal records or being legal minors). The actual deadly ones are always “such good boys.” Note the “good” and “boys.” There’s your clue right there.

          Finally, the fact that someone (usually a woman) utters the line “he was always such a good boy” shows the lake of support in which these terrorists swim.

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    • Thanks for the photos last time and in advance.

      Mentioning the police, makes me think of the “Laughing Policeman” a song, that at a certain time should burst forth. 🙂
      Some one could change the odd line or 2, then the rest can join the chorus. 🙂

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  2. QT not happy at loss of rugby tourism. Will these businesses put the blame where it is, squarely at the base of the useless Labour govt.

    Queenstown needed business from missed Rugby Championship, mayor says.

    Queenstown hoteliers are counting the cost of missing out on hosting Rugby Championship teams.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/queenstown-needed-business-missed-rugby-championship-mayor-says

    The mayor of Queenstown Jim Boult said money offered by the Australian government to Sanzaar and a degree of procrastination are to blame for New Zealand losing hosting rights for the Rugby Championship.

    Boult said the loss of this much needed business is horribly disappointing and a bitter pill to swallow.

    He said this country took too long to cut a deal, and the Australians swooped in.

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  3. Jacinda is looking pretty rough in this one

    I’m loving MagicTalk, they’re sailing close to the edge with their lack of reverence for Covid Cindy.

    How long before this video gets nixxed like the last one?

    I particularly like how they enhanced Ryan’s teeth a little bit to get the ole Covid Cindy gnashers effect!

    (Actually, the best bit is the seething outrage from Covid Cindy’s Twitter army – In Soviet Russia you must not saying anything bad about the great patriotic leader!)

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  4. They meant to kill him. Will he ever be well enough to return to work?

    Novichok nerve agent used to poison Navalny ‘harder’ than previous forms
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/09/novichok-nerve-agent-used-to-poison-navalny-harder-than-previous-forms.html

    Navalny, President Vladimir Putin’s highest-profile critic, was airlifted to Germany last month after falling violently ill while travelling in Siberia.

    German doctors say he was poisoned with novichok, a Russian nerve agent. Moscow says it has seen no evidence he was poisoned.

    Der Spiegel reported on Thursday that Navalny had made further progress in his recovery, and was able to speak again.

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  5. I asked my girlfriend to describe me in 5 words. She said I’m mature, I’m moral, I’m pure, I’m polite and I’m perfect! Then she added that I…

    …also had a fundamental lack of understanding about apostrophes and spaces…

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    • Wow Alice, no wonder she wanted the election in September. Labour mismanagement strikes again. I hope all YSB’ers and your families have your finances sorted, it’s going to be a rough ride for many.

      Daily Mail headline:

      How New Zealand’s strict lockdowns will cause a much deeper recession than Australia’s – with Jacinda Ardern’s takeaway food ban sparking a crisis unseen since the 1930s Depression

      New Zealand is expected to officially sink in recession on Thursday next week

      Westpac expecting GDP to contract by 11.5 per cent in the June quarter of 2020

      That would be much steeper than Australia’s equivalent record 7 per cent drop

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      • In Australia they can just go out in the back blocks and dig a few more holes to get more coal, minerals etc to get themselves back on their feet. What can NZ do ? –with a Labour/Green government the answer would be NOTHING.

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        • They may still happen. The wage subsidy bribe has allowed people to keep paying their mortgages and the banks have implemented mortgage holidays at the behest of the government. We may see a surge in mortgagee sales next year as a result.

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          • Will the banks survive? They have lots invested in industries that have closed down due to Covid, airlines, cruiselines, hotels, etc. Reports of customers paying down $2b in credit card debt over the past 6 months as people cut their spending and batten down the financial hatches.

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        • Not in the near future it won’t.
          Never beleive the banks.
          They are manipulators of their markets.
          Have been for a longtime and many are leass educated about the market than many who have been in the market for a longtime.
          Westpac are about the worst at anything currently.
          Almost in the dinasour category and if any bank was going to dissappear to a takeover it would be them.

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    • Alice ,and unbelievably stupid NZrs are breaking their backs in the rush to buy fricking houses because interest rates are so low .
      A great idea to go out and borrow 7 or 8 hundred thousand dollars on the cusp of the most serious economic crisis in a hundred years , F- – King morons.

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      • Beats paying rent though and people need a roof over their heads. So long as they have safe jobs eg truck driver class 5..nurse, cop etc, that sort of thing they are in a good position. If it were me I would be getting the biggest mortgage possible @ floating rate then in about 3 or 4 months lock the bastard into the best 5 year rate they can find. Im picking 5 year rates @2.5% on the horizon.

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          • Yes mate..the variable, or floating rate could drop to 1% ish but can also fluctuate..up or down..depends on what comes out in the post covid wash.
            5 year rates are always higher than the others so for comfort and security@2.5..Id be grabbing that. Geez a while back I recall five year fixed at over 10%.
            As always it depends on the borrowers personal circumstances plus DYOR. Its not a one size fits all scenario.

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  6. The MSM won’t report on Trump’s Nobel peace prize nomination or any successes of his presidency. They are protecting their control of Washington DC and its insiders.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gebs-gXcIss
    Mainstream media won’t talk about the positive things Trump’s doing: Rep. Steube

    Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., talks to FOX Business’ Elizabeth MacDonald about the mainstream media not giving President Trump credit for his successes.

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  7. Shane’s slush fund… Bet the cost would be far greater than $45m

    The Government is allocating $45m to a new marine transport facility in the northern Tairāwhiti region.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/funding-45-million-allocated-new-shipping-facility-near-east-cape

    “The suitable bays in northern Te Tairāwhiti area are halfway between the ports of Tauranga and Gisborne and creating a marine transport facility there could have significant benefits for local landowners,” Jones said.

    “It would also result in reduced transport costs for businesses and farmers and get more freight trucks off the roads.”

    “The idea to create a marine facility for moving goods by sea has been mooted many times over many years.

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      • Can’t see it happening either. The news item which is short on detail, probably relates to land owners (Maori) at the mouth of the Karakatuwhero River, Te Araroa wanting to develop a marina type harbour to barge logs out to the ships. The locals will not let it happen.

        10 -12 years ago a land owner (Karaka Bay Station) at Tolaga Bay had plans to put a tunnel through the hill on his land at the northern side of the bay to service a deep water port with logs trucked from the rest of the Coast to the station. Locals would not agree to that.

        Expect to see another Ihumatao situation if Jones is serious about the ‘marine transport facility’.

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  8. Jimmy and Marama will make food more expensive and harder to buy with their nutty policy against nitrogen and phosphorous fertilisers.

    Greens pledge $297m for sustainable farming, promise to tackle nitrogen pollution

    The Green Party today released its Farming for the Future Plan, which includes banning Palm Kernel Expeller, levying nitrogen and phosphorous fertiliser and setting a “strong limit” for dissolved inorganic nitrogen in freshwater.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/greens-pledge-297m-sustainable-farming-promise-tackle-nitrogen-pollution?auto=6190093668001

    Green Party Co-leader James Shaw said the recovery from the Covid-19 economic fallout provided a “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform the way we grow and produce food”.

    “By making smart decisions now, we can create a farming sector that is good for farmers, people and the planet,” he said.

    Shaw accused Governments of encouraging farming intensification and prioritising profit over the environment and tackling climate change.

    “This quantity-over-quality approach has degraded our rivers and waterways, harmed animals, and is warming the climate.”

    The Greens want to place a levy on nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers.

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  9. John Armstrong’s opinion: Labour’s tax policy is just tinkering around the edges
    John Armstrong, Columnist

    Tinkering while Rome burns? That’s for sure. Labour’s tax policy is so scant, skimpy and scrawny that it hardly warrants being classified as a policy at all.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/john-armstrongs-opinion-labours-tax-policy-just-tinkering-around-edges?auto=6189226482001

    The meagre offering unveiled by the dominant governing party this week deals with just three matters — yes, that’s correct, a mere three elements out of the scores of issues variously ancient and modern which make for never ending debate about the adequacy of tax settings.

    It goes without saying that tax policy is a prime instrument of economic management. Labour seems to have forgotten that. Or, more likely, doesn’t want to know.

    In short, Labour’s tax policy is the tax policy you have when you don’t want to have a tax policy.

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    • They’re on a hiding to nothing when it comes to a tax policy. The Greens will have highly punitive taxes & policies that will break the agricultural sector as a price for their support.

      If they succeed in breaking farmers there’ll be nothing left to levy taxes on anyway.

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  10. The visual here is straight out of 1984. FFS!

    The police don’t like you having rights. It makes their job too hard for them.

    https://twitter.com/PoliBard/status/1304581422242508800

    My lord, look at this. Watch the amount of police here, at Melbourne Museum. This is off tap, there must be hundreds, all this for some people walking through the park. This is beyond the joke. Vic Police you have officially lost the plot

    https://twitter.com/riseupmelbourne/status/1304621364620324865

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  11. The Victorian police commissioner needs to go as well when Damn Andrews is rolled, which is being talked about as happening in the next 24 hours.

    Police warning ahead of latest Melbourne Covid-19 protest – ‘don’t take us for fools’

    Anti-lockdown protesters are expected to gather in Melbourne today in what authorities say is an unlawful, selfish exercise that could spread coronavirus.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/melbourne-police-warn-people-ahead-new-covid-19-protest-dont-take-us-fools?auto=6188189077001

    A frustrated assistant commissioner of police Luke Cornelius told reporters on Friday that “if people were less selfish and a bit more grown up, we wouldn’t have to keep doing this”.

    “I feel a bit like a dog returning to eat his own vomit,” he said.

    “I’m sick of it.”

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  12. After reading various Green pronouncements over the use of nitrogen & phosphorous fertilisers I seriously wonder if any of them found the science classrooms at college. Without wanting to start an online lecture on agriculture any plant needs nutrients to grow. Nitrogen, phosphate, potassium, magnesium, sulphur, salt take out the top six places & then you start on trace elements most of which effect animal health.

    Soil is only a medium for a plant to extend its roots into & can be replaced by water ie hydroponics*. The point the nutters miss or intentionally ignore is that what is used must be replaced before the next crop regardless of whether it’s grass for sheep or turnips for peasants. Let the soil fertility debase too much & you end up in a situation where it will not clump & will blow away in the wind.

    Can’t someone, somewhere ask these servants of Ghaia exactly how we are going to feed everyone.

    * Since this is YSB & not KB I thought I could mention hydroponics without some fuckwit screeching about the evils of marijuana. The NZ police, the media & the conservatives are too thick to distinguish between plants being grown in water & plants being grown under artificial light.

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    • Nasska….you recommended the other month.about giving the citrus a feed of Epsom Salts.
      We were in Hamilton last week so took the opportunity while in Mooloo land to buy a 25kg bag of the stuff at $16. (The equivalent weight at a garden centre would work out at $416).

      Did a bit of research and there appears to be a school of thought that applying magnesium sulphate direct to the soil interferes with the uptake of other trace elements and it is more beneficial and faster acting as a foliar spray…

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      • Interesting situation. I hadn’t heard about or even considered the uptake of trace elements but I would advise caution with foliar spraying as it would probably result in leaf burn. In any case epsom salts leeches out of the soil relatively quickly which would probably give the shallow rooted tree time to extract what it needs from the soil. If you suspect a trace element deficiency I suggest an occasional alternate watering with a chelated mix as used in hydroponics.

        Magnesium deficiency in plants is normally treated with dolomite lime but all citrus have a hatred of calcium which rules that out.

        You’re down to trial & error. Best of luck & keep us posted as to how you get on.

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  13. Please explain

    In the 1972/73 rugby union our of England Wales etc the all Blacks were away for 4 months.
    Unpaid.
    Away for Christmas, New Year.
    No popping back for childbirth.
    A teeny daily allowance.
    If they had a business they had to pay someone to run it for them
    If they were not employed in the Govt sector they would likely have taken leave without pay.

    Now we have the wanky whinging Warriors whining about ‘being away from home’ while many are on $200k plus, with kit and accommodation supplied and in recent years getting lots of airpoints with which to take family on even more trips.

    This applies to many international sports as well.

    These clowns might want to stop mixing soybeans in with their steroids.
    Can anyone explain why they leave themselves exposed to ridicule like this?
    Low IQ would be just one part of the equation.

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  14. Chinese virologist claims she has proof COVID-19 was made in Wuhan lab

    A Chinese virologist who has reportedly been in hiding for fear of her safety has stepped out into the public eye again to make the explosive claim that she has the scientific evidence to prove COVID-19 was man-made in a lab in China.

    Now, she said she is planning to release scientific evidence to prove that the virus was made inside a lab in Wuhan.

    “The genome sequence is like a human finger print,” she told the talk show. “So based on this you can identify these things. I use the evidence … to tell people why this has come from the lab in China, why they are the only ones who made it.”

    Yan added, “Anyone, even if you have no biology knowledge, you can read it, and you can check and identify and verify by yourself.”

    https://nypost.com/2020/09/11/chinese-virologist-says-she-has-proof-covid-19-was-made-in-wuhan-lab/?utm_source=twitter_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site%20buttons&utm_campaign=site%20buttons

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    • It is very curious that the very type of thing the P4 laboratory was studying somehow popped up nearby at a wet market…and purportedly from corona-viruses from bats native near 1000 miles away but it had absolutely nothing to do with said laboratory.

      (Admittedly, the animal that the CCP virus jumped from has not been 100% identified – it’s just likely it came from bats that natively live 1000 miles away and not at all from Wuhan, that were being studied at the P4 lab…and said bats would not have been sold at that wet market).

      But hey, just a lot of coincidences.

      Supposedly, the CCP virus does not have such human fingerprints but it will be interesting to see what evidence she brings to bear…instead of the convenient coincidences that we’re supposed to believe.

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  15. Asking for a friend who lives in a National electorate that will piss in this election.

    My friend has a soft spot for ACT whose candidate is not well known.

    Should my friend party vote Act and vote for the National candidate ?

    My friend would appreciate some guidance.

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  16. On September 10 2011 The then Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld was in deep trouble.
    The next day all was forgotten.

    “According to some estimates we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions,” Rumsfeld admitted.

    $2.3 trillion — that’s $8,000 for every man, woman and child in America. To understand how the Pentagon can lose track of trillions, consider the case of one military accountant who tried to find out what happened to a mere $300 million.

    “We know it’s gone. But we don’t know what they spent it on,” said Jim Minnery, Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-war-on-waste/

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  17. The Tear Drop Memorial is a 10–story sculpture by Zurab Tsereteli that was given to the United States as an official gift from the Russian government as a memorial to the victims of the September 11 attacks in 2001, 26 of whom were Russian

    The sculpture comprises a 100-foot (30 m) bronze-clad tower split with a jagged opening in the middle, in which hangs a 40-foot (12 m)-tall nickel-surfaced teardrop.[5][6][2][7] The eleven sides of the monument’s base bear granite name plates, on which are etched the names of those who died in the September 11 attacks and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_the_Struggle_Against_World_Terrorism

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  18. NZ Election 2020: Farmers furious at Green Party’s future farming plans
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/09/nz-election-2020-farmers-furious-at-green-party-s-future-farming-plans.html

    “It’s wrong, wrong, they’re completely on another planet,” said Morrinsville dairy farmer Lloyd Downing.

    Because when it comes to this planet, Downing says many farmers are already chalking up a gold star.

    “We produce the cheapest and best animal protein in the world, we’ve got the lowest carbon footprint of any farmers in the world and our rivers and streams are the cleanest in the developed world.”

    “Any cost to farmers is a problem. We’re living on the same income as we were ten years ago.”

    He says it’s not only a cost to farmers but it’s less money for the struggling rural communities.

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    • NZ’s strength in grassed based agriculture is our ability to grow clover which will fix nitrogen in the soil. Nitrogen is energy, energy is expensive & no-one in or out of their right mind pours urea onto their land unless it needs it. Examples would be brassicas grown as a crop between rotational pasture replacements or annual grasses cropped as silage.

      Grasses in a normal paddock are fucked after seven years & that presumes that they haven’t been overgrazed or subject to drought. The herbs & other garbage which we’re supposed to sow with them last three years, max.

      The Greens know nothing.

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  19. I was reading a very good article in wattsupwith that on Scientists rejection NASA’s Climate Alarmism and guess whose name popped up in the comments. That fucking Toad Griff. Fortunately the whole world despises the prick as every blog where he comments he gets routinely mocked and lambasted. Griff used to post prolificlly on KB years ago. Best thing that one can say about him is that he supplies the atmosphere with CO2 to feed plants.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/09/10/49-nasa-scientists-call-bs/

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