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For those of you who don’t know, I was known on the “other Blog’ as Holysheet. Hence my reference in the above image.


  1. The special people want what no one else has been allowed.
    What’s the bet they get it?

    The family of a Northland teenager who died after a car crash are battling the Government to allow overseas-based quarantined family members an exemption to attend her tangi.

    Trinity Flavell’s life support at Auckland City Hospital was switched off last week, a day after seven family members including her older brother and a younger sister flew in from Australia to see her.

    Her aunt Syphia Talisa is challenging the Ministry of Health’s decision to decline an exemption which, she says, has left her family angry and frustrated.

    Flavell, 18, was driving a car with four friends as passengers on their way to dive for scallops and kina at Whangārei Heads when the vehicle slammed into a power pole near the intersection of Pipiwai and Matarau Rds on September 5.




  2. Here you see the true face of the left in the form of self described “union organiser and activist” Shane Te Pou.


    Basically Shane argues that’s because a minor party with nutty views isn’t to his liking, or that some my deem their views as offensive in these days of perpetual outrage, that they should be completely deplatformed, all the while he is given a voice to spout his views in a free media (*cough) within a liberal democracy.

    The ultimate irony of course being that one only has to look at the manifesto of a so-called “main stream party” and government coalition partner, the Greens, who have given up all pretense of disguising their Marxist undertones. In case Shane isn’t familiar with 20th Century history, that is an ideology responsible for the deaths of upwards of 120 million.

    So who’s really being offensive?



  3. The Government swung wrecking ball at the Taranaki economy with its economically vandalous decision to ban offshore oil and gas exploration. I was in New Plymouth tonight to announce ACT’s policy to reverse that decision and to do much more. We’re going to develop the resources to power our economic recovery and get our way of life back.

    Read ACT’s full energy and resources policy here: http://www.act.org.nz/energy-and-resources


    2 ticks ACT.
    Lets get it done.



  4. Jami-Lee Ross won’t contest Botany electorate

    Former National Party MP and Advance NZ co-leader Jami-Lee Ross won’t contest the seat of Botany at the election.

    Ross will instead only stand on the Advance NZ list, confident co-leader Billy Te Kahika will win a seat, allowing both to get into Parliament if the party gets enough of the party vote. Te Kahika is standing in Te Tai Tokerau.

    The MP said his focus was on steering Advance NZ’s strategic direction. He believes the party will be “competitive” at the October 17 election.

    “I could not do justice to our 60 candidates, our 7,000 members, and the thousands of volunteers, while also properly running in the three-way contest here on the ground,” he said.

    “Billy Te Kahika is on track to win the Te Tai Tokerau seat which will see Advance NZ crossing the one seat threshold.”





  5. Desperate Cry from China’s Xinjiang Region Amid Strict Lockdown


    The same tragic story that happened in Wuhan six months ago is now occurring again in the Xinjiang region, as thousands of residents in high rise buildings shouted and screamed into the night in despair. Xinjiang’s capital city Urumqi has been under strict lockdown for nearly 40 days, after authorities announced a resurgence of the CCP virus on July 16.

    A Urumqi resident recorded the heartbreaking scene of people living in surrounding buildings screaming together to vent their frustration. It is clearly audible that the videographer himself was sobbing when filming. Xinjiang imposed even stricter lockdown measures than Wuhan.

    So it ain’t over in China then.

    Xi must be looking at getting the chop surely.



  6. Ardern busted by the Hosk for bullshitting about “SANZAR Politics”. She’s despicable. Watch the Bledisloe games go now. She’s been on the blower to Scomo saying, “it’s not fair”. Hope he tells her to stick it up her arse.



  7. When it comes to the emaciated praying mantis Ardern the strict lock down procedures are as malleable as a wet piece of spaghetti ,it’s a fucking disgrace , electioneering for labour has now become the Covid security standard…



      • That may be true Ed. But if the forces of darkness prevail and Cindy sweeps to victory on a wave of MSM-driven fear porn – what then?

        History shows us that Marxist demagogues don’t relinquish power once they’ve got it. The Public Health Act bestows upon Covid Cindy the powers of an Emperor. So long as the manic testing goes on – the Case-demic will only grow. And so Cindy will perpetuate the martial law. We already have normalised Big Brother – where we are all expected to record our every movement and surrender (under pain of law) our private movements to the state. The Bill of Rights doesn’t exist anymore.

        There is no freedom of association.
        Sovereignty over ones body has been lost
        We can’t travel about our country freely
        We are on the brink of losing our freedom of expression
        Christianity is set to become a target for ‘anti-science’ denialism and thus prosecution

        All this while Cindy is shackled in a coalition.

        What would an unfettered, unrestrained Labour do?
        The population will be disarmed – completely.
        YSB will be shut down and you will be in the gulag for spreading conspiracy theories and counter-revolutionary terrorism and incitement to violence, Islamaphobia, wrong-think!
        There will be no reporting from TR every Saturday as the police will be raiding and imprisoning everyone on their way to Aotea Sq
        We already are more like North Korea than the NZ of September 2017.
        So what if the proletariat don’t like Covid Cindy’s brand of society, the police and army have already been drafted. They are normalised to now doing things that would have been unthinkable in the past.
        We are already being ruled – and the sheeple – they love it!



      • Up here in the north, we used to have single servers and social distancing in the bars and clubs and it used to be enforced by the management. In the last week or so they’ve totally given up and nobody cares anymore. The only place left with bouncers on the door is the local supermarket which everyone hates. The team of five million is fast falling apart. Say no to Cindy the Ho.



  8. Cindy has realised she has stuffed up with the huge number of rugby fans of NZ. Help me Scomo.

    Duncan Garner: Exclusive details on Jacinda Ardern’s phone call to Scott Morrison about Bledisloe Cup

    You probably know that bit already but it’s now so serious that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hit the phones last night to talk directly with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

    My sources say Prime Minister Ardern has even offered to relax quarantine protocols further in a bid to get the Aussies over the line but it doesn’t look good.

    So, within six days of arriving the Aussie squad of 45, according to my source, would be allowed to train as a group.

    The Aussies have the Rugby Championship to host and see the trip to NZ as getting in the way, especially with the tough border controls.



  9. An Englishman is hiking in Scotland and he pauses to drink from a stream. A passing shepherd calls out “Dinnae drink frae that, it’s all fulla coo piss an shite!”

    The Englishman says to him in a cut-glass accent “I’m terribly sorry, my good fellow, would you very much mind repeating that in the Queen’s English?”
    And the shepherd says “I’m terribly sorry sir, I was only asking if you would like to borrow this tin cup and get a proper drink?”



  10. Damn lies and statistics… 🤥🤥🤥

    Coronavirus: Struggling shop owners baffled by data showing spending is back up

    Some central Auckland businesses are bewildered by the Government’s upbeat economic analysis.

    Treasury’s latest measure of card spend and traffic volumes in the city suggests activity has rebounded to a strength last seen under alert level 1 – yet Anne Mazer is among downtown store owners who said their patch had been uncomfortably quiet.

    “Compared to level 1 it’s a huge difference. We have almost no one coming into the store. It’s a disaster for us that it’s keeping going at 2.5,” she said.

    Their stories of slow business appeared to undermine yesterday’s words from the Prime Minister describing ” good increases in economic activity since the start of level 2.5 in Auckland”.



    • Damn lies and Labour.
      I believe very little that appears in the Media as a ‘ra ra’ so called good news story. Wellington is riddled with swamp people employed in the bureaucracy all living on true taxpayers money, all riding the gravy train.



    • Waikatogirl, Iv’e been travelling the same road at the same time every day for a long time ,believe me a large roundabout that used to have 30/40 cars trying to negotiate it at one time can now be regularly gotten through without stopping.
      That is a surefire indication that our economy has tanked ,it’ll all become clear just after the election W G.
      Has anybody else noticed how many adds are on the radio now for building companies that you’ve never heard of because they have not found it necessary to advertise before ?



  11. Nutty greens at it again. The watermelons do love compliance!

    Government proposes forcing NZ’s top 200 businesses to report on their impact on the climate

    The Government wants to introduce a mandatory climate-related financial disclosure regime that could see the top 200 businesses in New Zealand forced to report their impact on climate change.

    “It will ensure the disclosure of climate risk is clear, comprehensive and mainstream,” Shaw said.

    Businesses will need to “comply-or-explain”.



  12. ‘We won’t be going to Australia to play Bledisloe’: NZ Rugby CEO Mark Robinson stands firm

    NZ Rugby chief executive Mark Robinson has ruled out any prospect of rescheduling Bledisloe Cup tests across the ditch this year, if the Wallabies refuse to visit New Zealand next month.

    Robinson is confident the Aussies will have sufficient time to prepare for a Bledisloe Cup opener on November 10 and denies NZ Rugby will bow to demands to relocate those tests.

    If the Wallabies refuse to play in New Zealand, would the All Blacks travel to play the rescheduled games in Australia?

    “We won’t be going to Australia to play the Bledisloe,” he has told The AM Show.



  13. Peters has a valid point but some would say he made his bed when he signed up with Ardern’s Labour party. Too late to separate yourself from the septic swamp you created.

    Winston Peters accuses Cabinet of cherry picking Covid-19 data to bolster Alert Level 2 decision

    NZ First leader and Deputy PM Winston Peters says Cabinet’s decision for the rest of New Zealand to remain at Alert Level 2 wasn’t based on science or medicine but was instead “cherry picked” from a number of options.

    Peters this morning defended his decision to invoke the provision, and told TVNZ1’s Breakfast the rest of the country shouldn’t have been at Level 2 in the first place.

    “The reality is there’s not been a case in the South Island since April… so why is our economy being damaged in this way when we can’t put the evidence up to justify what we’re doing?”



  14. The ODT have clearly decided that Jacinda IS the Messiah!


    “A little earlier, the Oamaru girls went into a huddle outside the Dunedin Centre, in Harrop St, and asked God to let them meet Ms Ardern.
    “It was a really unreal experience,” pupil Tessa Souness (14) said.”

    The ODT is a major daily newspaper- It is utterly mindblowing that they are engaging in such astonishing propaganda! We truly live in North Korea…



      • No problem,
        Just in the midst of changing Gods, changing to a Mormonic Godless horse to bring in a new enlightened age, eh Comrade.

        She’ll learn’them, with Lenin, Che, Stalin, Mao, mix in a bit of Pol Pot, for the sake of ‘Lysenko’ greenery, whilst doing a hijab supportive ideology.

        Gullible academia, politicians, media, etc.. too.
        This “beautiful empathy” is for the “collective”. //

        Good bye independent reasoning. //



  15. “Don’t expect any new policies” Ardern has had to “watch” the Labour party announce a $600 million bribe for the education sector.
    Does this mean “this will be a Covid election” is not working so they have to scramble to keep the boat from sinking ? I hope there is a little bit of that involved.



  16. Police will lose public support in Victoria.

    A Victorian police officer filmed appearing to kick a man in the head during an arrest in Melbourne has been suspended.
    Plus about shooting a guy with a knife in Melbourne.

    Was the boot stomper police man, the same man as this police driver?

    16 seconds.
    Unbelievable police driver, and shows the boot stomper from a better angle.

    More links here, posted last night & father’s interview explaining more about son waiting for a day and a half but not admitted to hospital.



    • I don’t understand why the Governor General has not stepped in to depose Andrews and order an end to the madness going on in Victoria. If he lacks the power to do so can someone explain to me just what exactly is the purpose of a Governor General?



      • As the police seemed to be so masked and covered up, I even wonder if they are imports from another regime, like the CCP or North Korea..
        The Commissioners of Police with the politicians seem to be not only ok with this, but seemed to be encouraging this.

        The politicians seem to be believe they have the majority of the public in support of them, in these “collective” stasi actions.



      • The power would reside in the State Governor, not the Australian Governor-General, given the federal structure of Australia’s government. As it happens, Victoria’s Governor is a lawyer so she would know what her powers are.



  17. Has the 6 day old baby got Covid? No signs or symptoms as such.
    The mother does not want the baby tested, but wants to be tested herself, yet the hospital refuses.
    In Quebec Canada, in a hospital, she and the baby will be sent to be quarantined with others,
    Who have been tested positive for Covid.

    What science of Un-Enlightenment is this based on?

    In French, but all subtitled.
    6 mins 06 seconds.

    How far is NZ bureaucracy from this.
    Will another lock down or 2 soften us up that terrorizes the karens & kevins, turning them into “collective stasi.
    Priming the rest of us for such over reach, by police, health, etc. in the name of collective, kindness empathy? etc..



  18. Grant Robertson shakes head in disapproval as ACT’s Brooke van Velden blasts Jacinda Ardern over border promises

    Finance Minister Grant Robertson shook his head in disapproval as ACT deputy leader Brooke van Velden blasted Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern over her border exemption promises.

    Van Velden criticised the Government’s border measures, accusing them of “making up rules as they go” after it was revealed Australian rugby players would only have to spend six days in quarantine after arriving in New Zealand.

    “Hospitality businesses, especially those in the South Island, would be wishing they too could just call up the Prime Minister and sort out the rules,” the ACT deputy leader said.

    “I’m sure there are many businesses listening in today who also wish they could just pick up the phone and get the workers they need through the border.”



  19. Cindy tells landlords backed by a warning from the Commerce Commission.

    Jacinda Ardern’s message to landlords considering increasing rents

    “That’s legislation we’ve brought forward in order to try and deal with any potential ongoing rent increases on a repetitive basis [that] otherwise under normal circumstances a tenant might’ve experienced,” Ardern said on Tuesday.

    “The Commerce Commission has been keeping an eye on whether or not they’re seeing behaviour here that would not be in keeping with legislative obligations,” she said.

    She said landlords should be aware they can be in competition with each other for supplying rental properties and they can be carrying out a business while doing this.

    Property Investors Federation executive officer Sharon Cullwick received a letter from the Commerce Commission, and said while investors were only discussing their possibilities on Facebook, she wants landlords to pay attention to the letters.

    “It really is a warning to us that they are looking at what property investors are doing,” she told RNZ.



    • Well Jacinda can go and get fucked witha large rotating pineapple.

      She couldn’t build the houses, imposed a lot more costs on landlords and then expects landlords to join her in poverty.

      My worry is that the Nats won’t be any better. Their track record suggest that this will be so.



    • My view is there was no electoral mandate to screw Landlords over as a group yet the onslaught has proceeded regardless. Fairly cheeky to get officials hyped up when some Landlords discuss how to resolve the issues government imposed by fiat.



  20. Facts to share with the family concerning cert of vac 19
    Six months into this pandemic, Americans still dramatically misunderstand the risk of dying from COVID-19:

    On average, Americans believe that people aged 55 and older account for just over half of total COVID-19 deaths; the actual figure is 92%.

    Americans believe that people aged 44 and younger account for about 30% of total deaths; the actual figure is 2.7%.
    Americans overestimate the risk of death from COVID-19 for people aged 24 and younger
    by a factor of 50; and they think the risk for people aged 65 and older is half of what it actually is (40% vs 80%).

    These results are nothing short of stunning. Mortality data have shown from the very beginning that the COVID-19 virus age-discriminates, with deaths overwhelmingly concentrated in people who are older and suffer comorbidities. This is perhaps the only uncontroversial piece of evidence we have about this virus. Nearly all US fatalities have been among people older than 55; and yet a large number of Americans are still convinced that the risk to those younger than 55 is almost the same as to those who are older.

    This misperception translates directly into a degree of fear for one’s health that for most people vastly exceeds the actual risk.




  21. National’s Judith Collins ‘couldn’t be more thrilled’ at supporter’s tattoo

    Judith Collins says she “couldn’t be more thrilled” after Te Aroha supporter Nik Given got a Bond-inspired image of the National Party leader tattooed

    “I’m a staunch National supporter and I love what Judith stands for,” he said. “And I’m a pretty bold guy and (wanted) to make a bold statement.”

    “I thought, bugger it, why not?”

    Collins called Given today to chat about the tattoo, thank him and give him her thoughts on it.

    “He’s asked if I could turn up and sign it for him. I reckon I could,” Collins said.



  22. Written by a 21 year old female…..Make her PM

    “The problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living”
    This was written by a 21 yr old female who gets it. It’s her future she’s worried about and this is how she feels about the social welfare system that she’s being forced to live in! These solutions are just common sense in her opinion.

    Put me in charge . . ..

    Put me in charge of WINZ payments. I’d get rid of cash payments and provide vouchers for 50kg bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese, basic sanitary items and all the powdered milk you can use.
    If you want steak, burgers, takeaway and junk food, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of HEALTH. The first thing I’d do is to get women to have birth control implants.
    Then, we’ll test recipients for drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. If you want to reproduce, use drugs, drink alcohol or smoke, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of Government Housing or more commonly Government Paid Motel Accommodation. Ever live in military barracks?
    You will maintain our property in a clean and good state of repair.
    Your “home” will be subject to inspections anytime and possessions will be inventoried.
    If you want a plasma TV or Xbox 360, then get a job and your own place.

    Put me in charge of Compulsory Job Search. You will either search for employment each week no matter what the job or you will report for community work.
    This may be clearing the roadways and open spaces of rubbish, painting and repairing public housing, whatever we find for you.
    We will sell your 22 inch rims and low profile tires and your dooff dooff stereo and speakers and put that money toward the “common good..”

    Before you write that I’ve violated someone’s rights, realise that all of the above is voluntary.
    If you want our hard earned cash and housing assistance, accept our rules..
    Before you say that this would be “demeaning” and ruin someones “self esteem,” consider that it wasn’t that long ago that taking someone else’s money for doing absolutely nothing was demeaning and lowered self esteem.

    If we are expected to pay for other people’s mistakes we should at least attempt to make them learn from their bad choices. The current system rewards those for continuing to make bad choices.

    AND While you are on WINZ income you no longer have the right to VOTE!
    For you to vote would be a conflict of interest….. If you want to vote, then get a job.

    Now, if you have the guts – PASS IT ON…



    • So the killer is the victim.

      Have you ever heard of a case where a women has not claimed to be the victim after murdering her partner?

      Perhaps if the bitch did get the bash, occasionally, she might not have felt so “impowered” to be a psycho.



  23. Naaska.
    Remember that digital tattoo stuff I cobbled together a few months back?
    Well, this lady seems to have followed the same train of thought.
    Lefties don’t like her and try to have her censored, which sort of indicates it may hold water.

    “Human 2.0”? A Wake-Up Call To The World. 21 mins

    (Especially, the bit about “Gene Drive Technology” or “Gene Extinction Technology”
    https://www.the-scientist.com/news-opinion/gm-mosquito-progeny-not-dying-in-brazil–study-66434 )



  24. China arrests 130 ethnic Mongolians over language policy protests

    Tens of thousands demonstrate against Mandarin requirement in schools
    DALIAN, China — China has arrested or detained about 130 people in connection with recent protests in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region against compulsory Chinese-language education in elementary and middle schools.

    The tally was compiled by Nikkei based on announcements by local authorities on WeChat since the curriculum change was announced in late August. Arrests were reported in the regional capital of Hohhot as well as in Tongliao, Chifeng, Ordos and Bayannur. Allegations cited by authorities include participating in demonstrations, inciting protest on social media and breaking into schools locked down by police.

    Many parents have kept their children home from school, with Agence-France Presse reporting tens of thousands of people participating in demonstrations or school boycotts. Multiple people have taken their own lives in the protests, according to the U.S.-based Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, a nongovernmental organization.


    Great way to piss off the mongolians.
    They will extract revenge.
    Big wealthy companies.



  25. Now I know its Maori Language week and all that but, let me tell you I was shocked, truly rattled to the very core. Now I know some here listen to HDPA at 4 pm and she has made a bit of a thing of peppering the show with the odd bit of Maori, and thats fine. But what really, really left me gobsmacked was an interview today. You guessed it, She interviewed a dinkum Maori and do you know that in the those first few seconds of verbal exchange, not a word of Maori was spoken. I nearly crashed my car into the vehicle in front of me I was so shocked. Here’s old Dr Shane Reti described in Stuff as “just Shane, a Māori boy from Northland” answering HDPA with a very English “Good Afternoon”. Who do I complain to?



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