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      • Yeah, crappy sleep. Hope the swab goes well. I hear it’s like having your eyeballs dragged out through your nose.

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            • They found I had more than enough!
              I offered some to Cindy but she turned it down.
              I have been getting a foul mouth for the last year,
              I find that cursing cindy gives me no relief! 😅
              Seriously I have had a bad taste for a year, whisky is better than mouth wash!

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              • Bet it’s stomach acid getting up into your sinuses? I had that till I stopped eating eggs and took Gaviscon double strength antacids until it settled down. A long time.
                Prop your head up in bed so your aesophogus/stomach valve is elevated to stop the acid reflux running up instead of staying put.

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          • Sadly i can beat that, i had a camera put up my old fella on Wednesday, now it feels like om pissing razorblades, looks like it too!

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  1. I’ll volunteer to do the testing on young 20 /40 year old trim females as long as they agree to me identifying the testing site ,LOL.

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      • You go cuddling up to this tart there is every chance.
        Wonder how many that will happen too. She seems to be oblivious to the social distancing theme as do her adnoirers. They all deserve to get it for cuddling the tart.

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    • That link only got to face book, and I think this is what you mean.

      A muslim leader, just like Mohammad would, is asking and will get hate speech laws that will then force all New Zealanders to become sharia compliant in part.
      Ardern agrees, if they win the election.

      “Freedom of speech becomes hate speech,” he said at the unveiling.
      “Hate turns into hate crime as we have seen at the 15th of March.”

      There’s no specific hate speech law in New Zealand. The Human Rights Act covers it, but only on the grounds of colour, race or ethnicity – not religion.
      Fouda wants to see a new law differentiating between hate speech and free speech.

      “I’d like to see a new law in New Zealand and I think New Zealand has seen a lot and we went through a lot.
      The blood of those people shouldn’t be forgotten,” he said.

      https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/09/nz-election-2020-labour-wouldn-t-stop-with-just-religion-in-hate-speech-crackdown.html

      The blood of muslim martyrs demand it, so that Mohammad (PBUH) “perfect man” can be followed more truly in the ways he taught, guided, sayings, deeds & actions.
      All to be done according to the koran, hadith & sira. hmmm.

      The correct memorial for the “shaheed” as a good pious devout muslim asks for; is the price all New Zealanders are expected to pay for muslims, is to follow a part of sharia, by giving up “free speech”

      Here Ardern does her spiel of getting the changes through.
      Note W. Peters queasy words, so what will it take for a trade off,
      https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/labour-promise-hate-speech-legislation-changes-if-re-elected?auto=6194037980001

      This will also help in UN compliance which Peters happily signed with Ardern’s blessings, of the “UN Global Immigration Pact”.

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      • We have more than sufficient law now. We do not need hate speech laws at the urging of the Imam or the meanderings of Andrew Little. I do not want government getting in the way of speech or thought.

        I do not want any politician telling me what laws are required. The politicians are supposed to be working for the people. I am well over political attempts or mutterings from religious advocates seeking to direct how life should be.

        Less government and no religious connection to it is the way it suits me best.

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        • Sadly Pete it is put that it is; “colonist”, “white-privilege”, with “unconscious -bias” that creates “micro-aggressions” that leads to “hate speech” which then goes to “hate crime” so even a “macro-aggression” can occur where people like the Christchurch massacre, where innocent woman & children suffered, and many still are.

          With “Christchurch Call” of censorship, then the over reaching gun buyback, and now the control of speech & thought, to be only done in the approved way.

          Now in that, where was religion mentioned?

          The problem is with compulsive, obsessive, evanglistic people who want all to live secular lives in the name of “freedom” //
          Hugs, kindness, well being, empathy, feelz, is super good as freedom comes at too high a price, that is loss of control of all. //

          Wrist slap, somehow forgot about the importance of “sustainable” 🙂

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          • The way she has used the shooting, to attack her political opponents, is truly disgusting.

            Especially considering Brenton is on her side of the political spectrum.

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        • Odd how Cindy is no longer religious, dumping her life as a member of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to climb through the Labour Party, but is falling over backwards to support the diversity that is the muslim faith.

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  2. Good morning Stupid bloggers.

    And fuck the main stream media!

    Who’s coming to the protest tomorrow, Aotea Square 12:00 pm?

    (Alexander the Great got out of bed the wrong side this morning. Better go make a strong coffee)

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    • Im out of jail October 7th. Book me in for the next one after that! I’ll be the one wearing the G string back to front.

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    • I thought you said last week was a damp squib.

      There is too much of this Tova No’Brains boyfriend and Billy te kookoo
      I cannot bring myself to be in their company if I have any choice in the madder*

      *sorry, my compuder is auto-correcting to cindyspeak
      ‘They’ are daking over.

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  3. The Minister of Children – FAILED again Cindy

    NZ Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern’s debate claim on child poverty fact-checked as ‘misleading’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/09/nz-election-2020-jacinda-ardern-s-debate-claim-on-child-poverty-fact-checked-as-misleading.html

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been called out for a “misleading” statement on child poverty during the leaders’ debate.

    “When we came into government, of all of the (child poverty) measures we use – and we use about nine – seven of them were getting worse. In the short time we’ve had, we’ve improved those so that seven are now better,” Ardern said.

    “While 2017 figures show improvement in six measures, seven measures worsened in 2018. Longer-term, only two measures had been consistently declining, while the remaining seven measures had shown little change in the seven years for which figures were available.”

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    • I’m amazed. I had thought the media would have taken the Obi-Wan Kenobi line of “…from a certain point of view”: that being child poverty figures have been improving in numbers – the more children in poverty, the better. At that, Cindy has exceeded expectations.

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    • As Ardern quotes from her agenda 20/30 speech just below.

      the way we measure success.

      So that explains how to “remeasure” is to be based on UN guidelines.

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  4. No wonder Labour are keeping their policy platform secret – they’re doing the UN’s bidding

    Here is Covid Cindy, hobnobbing with the investors in Wuhan’s bioweapons labs (Melinda Gates), explaining how she is implementing the UN’s Agenda 21/30 through NZ law.

    I thought political parties were supposed to tell the electorate before the election what they wanted to do – so that the electorate has a CHOICE (from the least open and transparent government).

    If Covid Cindy had said in 2017 “We’ll be implementing the New World Order’s agenda to destroy our nation if you elect us” whether she’d be the PM now?

    Democracy is broken, there is massive incentive for politicians to lie about everything in order to get elected. When integrity is an obstacle and there are no consequences for being a crook – then how can democracy survive?

    WTF is “Gatekeepers” is Covid Cindy doing “Double Doody” as a NWO “Gatekeeper”?

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    • “… how can democracy survive?”

      I’m off tomorrow to Aotea Square 12:00 pm to make sure it does!!!

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    • A good find and needs to be pushed what was said, believed to be just a year ago,, September 30th 2019.

      That NZ is to comply with UN agenda 21 /30 , seems like giving the UN sovereignty.

      Turning things around, requires changing both the way we think, and the way we act, and the way we measure success.
      So to tackle these issues in NZ, the government I am proud to lead is doing something not many other countries have tried.
      We have incorporated the principles of the 20/30 agenda into our domestic policy making,
      In a way we hope will drive system level actions.
      This is just not a new score card.
      It is about fundamentally changing how we make decisions and therefore how we allocate resources.

      Setting it up to fly the RED FLAG over New Zealand. 🙁

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      • I think it was 25th September.
        Can’t find a copy to print but she also said in that speech the misconstrued ‘farming produces half our (NZ) green house gases.
        In reality that is half of a minuscule amount and is totally misleading.Farmers should be up in arms over that alone.

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      • This bit” how we allocate resources.”should send a shiver down ya spine, it assumes government control over ALL RESOURCES, we are entering into a very dangerous time and many others are expressing concern, the planet is currently experiencing rapid declining temps and a weakening Magnetic field plus pole excursion the U.N. lies are exposed and their political motivations laid bare.
        Desperate people do desperate things to survive
        https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/let-me-explain-what-happens-next-reader-sums-it-all-very-ominously

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    • Thanks wiseowl, Right the date was 25th September.

      Here is the whole speech that has the red flagged quote above.
      Sustainable Development Goals = SDG
      https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/wellbeing-cure-inequality

      Though not the full on “farming producing half of NZ green house gases”.

      It is so funny when one figures that maoris had burnt half of NZ by the time of Cook, which would have added to green house gases on that account, and then the bush, where trees would have aged, died, & rotted and again creating green house gases. and then the leaf drop, litter on the bush floor, would have been decomposing, again green house gases.

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    • Democrats can only win if they cheat. It’s the same for socialists the world over. Democracy is an obstacle to be surmounted, subverted, abused, corrupted to the left.

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      • According to Marxist doctrine, the only true criminals are those with wrong-think. Murderers, rapists, burglars, arsonists, pedophiles etc are not really criminals. It’s why they excuse them so often. But have the wrong thoughts and they’ll come after you without mercy. We witness this on pretty much a daily basis these days.

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  5. Not the right place or time for protest.

    Donald Trump booed while paying respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/09/donald-trump-booed-while-paying-respects-to-ruth-bader-ginsburg.html

    President Donald Trump was forced to listen to a crowd of people boo him when he and his wife visited the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s coffin to pay their respects.

    Trump and his wife Melania stood outside the Supreme Court on Thursday near the flag-draped coffin of Bader Ginsburg. As they stood, loud jeers and booing rose up from the crowd – the shouts soon turned to chants of “vote him out”.

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  6. Who thinks that Skelartor was not electioneering the other day at Christchurch?
    It was so convenient to unveil so close to an election,
    You would just about think she was vote chasing!
    Do you think the plaque was meant to be unveiled on march 15th?

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  7. Rent freeze, intended to protect tenants during Covid-19 lockdown, ends today
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/rent-freeze-intended-protect-tenants-during-covid-19-lockdown-ends-today?auto=6194284336001

    It aimed to protect tenants, and ensure they didn’t lose the roof over their heads if they lost their income or livelihood due to the pandemic.

    Robert Whitaker from advocacy group Renters United expects a “bit of a bump” when it comes to rent prices around the country. He says there will be quite a few deferred increases that landlords will try and catch up on.

    “We definitely think there will be a big step up and a catch up by landlords – we do expect that to happen.”

    He says “a lot of tenants will need to make a lot of tough decisions” as to whether they can afford those increases. The reality is New Zealand need some stronger rules around what increases are allowed, he says, explaining that there is a also a supply issue.

    There is “just not enough houses across all of the housing system”.

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    • Yeah there is. BUT there are bad tenants and we don’t want to house them.
      Attitudes are slowly changing. The problem now is that Cindy the slapper has changed the rules to make landlords live in poverty along with all he other poor people.
      Adding petrol to the fire she has changed the law to make it very difficult to chuck the bad bastards out.
      The best result for the landlord is making sure the house has plenty of insurance and burn the bastards out.
      That ends the problem and gets a nice new house.

      It will happen.

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  8. US man dies from eating bags of black liquorice
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/300115457/us-man-dies-from-eating-bags-of-black-liquorice

    A US construction worker’s love of black liquorice wound up costing him his life. Eating a bag and a half every day for a few weeks threw his essential nutrients out of whack and caused the 54-year-old man’s heart to stop, doctors reported.

    “Even a small amount of liquorice you eat can increase your blood pressure a little bit,” said Dr Neel Butala, a cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital who described the case in the New England Journal of Medicine.

    The problem is glycyrrhizic acid, found in black liquorice and in many other foods and dietary supplements containing liquorice root extract. It can cause dangerously low potassium and imbalances in other minerals called electrolytes.

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    • Electrolytes: a fancy name for…salt.

      Yes, check the label next time you drink gatorade etc.

      (Yes, salts can mean more than sodium chloride, but most electrolyte drinks are just sodium chloride. I think “Loaded” also includes potassium chloride alongside the sodium-type. You’re basically just buying sugar plus table-salt with a bit of flavouring).

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  9. Even Cindy’s parents can’t listen to her lies any longer. 😏

    NZ Election 2020: Why Jacinda Ardern’s parents didn’t watch televised leaders’ debate
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/09/nz-election-2020-why-jacinda-ardern-s-parents-didn-t-watch-televised-leaders-debate.html

    “1.1 million people and still my parents weren’t amongst them,” Ardern told The Rock on Friday morning.

    She was asked why not.

    Ardern replied: “No, I got home – mum is helping Clarke and I out a little bit at the moment – and there was some excuse about other things that were happening in the house. It just didn’t happen… I think she dipped in and out.”

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  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiyNE3m_kT8
    Levin: These are ‘hardcore radicals’ dressed up as Senators, Congress

    Radio host Mark Levin sounds off on Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, for vowing to pack the Supreme Court if President Trump announces his Supreme Court pick.

    “Chuck Schumer has been a disaster during his whole career”

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  11. Reading some comments at ODT re Aderns comment about farming and some Labour or Green contributor says if a farmer has a stream that is dirty he should have his farm confiscated and sold.
    There are a number of comments saying that farming is not the backbone of the economy.
    We’re doomed.

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    • Farmers are spending tens of thousands of dollars every year on riparian planting and managing their waterways. National say they will work alongside farmers while Labour want to regulate farming up the wazoo. When the cities with all their infill housing and dodgy overworked sewage pipes have been sorted so city beaches and local waterways are clean then we can talk about rural waterways. Infrastructure takes a backseat to the kudos by mayors of growing their cities.

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    • Did anyone ask what happens to towns or cities if they dirty a stream , river or harbour near the city ? For example what do they suggest we do to Auckland when many of their beaches are too polluted to swim in over summer. What do they do to Wellington when they dump sewage into the harbour ( 2 or 3 times in the last 12 months) ? What about Palmerston North and the Manawatu River?

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      • Safe Labour seat so it doesn’t count. I think Cindy is making a big mistake here, as usual she thinks everyone else is stupid and she is the oracle.

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      • Exactly my question Ross. Agriculture is not approved by the left. Do as I say, not as I do. Or one rule for thee but not for me. Did anyone see the news item the other day promoting the farming of cockroaches as the future? It was disgusing and I won’t be taking any part in consuming the ugly critters. Yuck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • Disgusting all right! I don’t even eat meat but I do breed and raise it for may family to eat. But I won’t be raising fucking cockroaches!!! Cows and goats for the win here.

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          • Still eating the last of our homekill and will miss it when the freezer is emptied. The homekill beef sausages were the best we’d ever eaten and can’t find any proper meat bangers to buy. 😫

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              • The Waikato River is clean. I remember many decades ago when there was all sorts floating down but now it looks pretty close to pristine. Watch out for all the propaganda we are fed to influence our young and gullible.

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            • We just had some goat sausages done. As I said I don’t eat meat and haven’t for decades, but when my partner cooked them I smelled them and said “this is how sausages used to smell” like, years ago. I don’t know what is in all that meat in the supermarket, but it doesn’t look anything like mine.

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      • Well Rosco you will be pleased to know the cities are spewing shite like a mad woman all over the show but no repercussions.
        However Slam and Damn the farmers.

        January 2020
        https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119135132/hutt-city-council-needs-to-fork-out-270m-for-water-infrastructure
        “the council’s current capital budget for water services is $270m over the next 10 years on top of an operating budget of $621m.”

        but 18 June Budget 2020
        “Hutt City Council met today ……
        The 3.8 per cent rates revenue increase reduces the 7.9 per cent increase which was signalled earlier this year by more than half. A lower increase was progressed in the face of the challenges arising from COVID-19, and the need to exercise restraint to support Lower Hutt through a tough and challenging period.”

        >Politicians, always so thoughtful. They cut back expenditure but if a farmer did that….

        Nek minute
        well yesterday actually:-
        https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/122858415/ageing-and-underfunded-13-billion-needed-to-futureproof-lower-hutts-water-infrastructure
        “Years of underfunding means Lower Hutt will need to dig deep to find $1.3 billion to future-proof its ageing water infrastructure.
        With 60 per cent of the city’s three waters assets needing to be replaced over the next 30 years, Hutt city councillors will discuss investment options for the next decade at a Long term/Annual Plan meeting on Thursday.”

        >Here’s what happens :-
        “The present mid option would require an average rates increase of 6 per cent over the next 10 years and result in a debt peak of $835m, pushing the council’s debt ratio beyond the Local Government Funding Agency’s allowable limit.”

        So>>>> they JUST DON’T DO IT
        But no punishment
        and farmers get slammed and damned

        and, across the hill in Porirua:-
        “Porirua City Council is scratching its head on how it’s going to meet the costs of a $2 billion bill to bring its water network up to scratch over the next two to three decades.
        Wellington Water delivered the news to city councillors in a closed door meeting yesterday.
        The council’s 2018 Long Term Plan showed more than half of the city’s wastewater pipes were in a poor or very poor condition, as were nearly a quarter of its drinking water pipes.
        Porirua mayor Anita Baker said many of the asbestos cement pipes installed when the city was built in the mid-1900s were starting to fail – 50 years earlier than expected.
        “We’ve had more water leaks come through after the Kaikōura earthquake, and the cost and compliance to do things has risen.
        Despite the unflattering reports, she said the cost of fixing was “a lot higher than expected”.
        “More of our infrastructure is broken than we realised.”
        She said the the city had 19,000 ratepayers for 57,000 residents,>>>> “so we can’t pay all that amount”.

        >Yep, they won’t fix it either …..but farmers get slammed and damned

        And dem damned Earthquakes:
        “All but one of Porirua city’s reservoirs are rated D, meaning they’re not expected to survive a M7.5 earthquake.”

        So, a huge number of the water carrying pipelines are asbestos/cement
        The one outside my house is in Auckland
        When they need to be replaced, huge cost for removal .
        But hey peoples we got climate crisis to worry about, fisting to fund, and Covid fear to spread so city folk don’t worry about it .
        There are more pressing things to shit a brick over.

        And we know that the Wellington poos get trucked to the treatment station because the pipes broke.
        But hey at least the trucks are electric trucks, not those smelly diesel things that bring climate change..
        …now, wait just a goddamn minute… //

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        • “The asbestos cement pipes installed when the city was built in the mid-1900s were starting to fail”
          Highlite the fact that the water has asbestos in it and watch the luvvies squeal. Little karen and kevin will be in mortal danger.

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        • You don’t understand howitis that lefties don’t consider anything out of sight is of no significance. Only virtue-signalling edifices are important.

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          • No I don’t understand how lefties think, WG, and if I did start thinking like them I would expect Sir Editor to give me long holiday !!

            I would probably beat myself up daily
            three times a day in fact
            -one for being white
            -one for being male
            -and one for being over 50

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            • I come from a long line of practical people so it is mystifying to me as well. Build a strong supportive base then add the filagrees. Lefties don’t bother with the basics.

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        • Read an intersting comment on Interest.co today. It was from commentor and his point was this.

          Today households pay more for their phone services per week/month/year than they pay in rates for their property.

          Now I thought about that and it is almost certainly true.

          If you extract your rubbish and water charges then we would have to say that rates are a bloody bargain. If we have water charges there are few councils that collect enough to adequately add new, repair and invest forward in their water services.

          Think about that.

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  12. All Blacks
    Sooky poofters
    That is the description from my 90 year old aunty
    Rightly so.
    She is in a rest home and cannot receive visitors
    The All Black sookie poofs are having a big blub about not being home for Christmas
    wa wa wa

    “Yesterday RNZ reported that a group of players including new fathers Richie Mo’unga and TJ Perenara, as well as expectant father Beauden Barrett, did not want to leave their families for up to 10 weeks.”

    Cactus Kate calling them out as well.
    https://asianinvasion2019.blogspot.com/2020/09/all-blacks-have-had-all-year-with-their.html
    She puts it well including the last time they had to travel oversees for their well paid job was November last year and have been on good coin all this year, for no work all year.

    So, that is two women calling out these girly men.

    As my Aunty pointed out – born 1930 – that WW2 was in her formative years.
    Men went off to war and were often away for years.
    They had no choice in the matter and received grunt pay.
    Sometimes they never came back.
    Sometimes they came back broken.
    Sometimes the first time they saw their children, the child was four years old.

    She is very much ‘not impressed’ with their feeble attitude when she cant see anyone and is essentially locked in a room and with limited social and medical access.

    All Black girly men, wake the fuck up and harden up a bit you poofs.
    Zero respect. I never cared for rugby in recent years but this… leads to active disdain.

    [a wee tip for the aged in lock up:
    I set up a gmail account with calendar and gave the password out to the family to use the calendar to schedule calls so they can see when others are calling so the calls are spread out a bit. Sometimes she does not hear the call or cannot get to the phone but better than nothing. ]

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    • In the old days of All Black tours that went for three or four months- Did the players get home for Christmas?
      The self-righteousness of the modern All Blacks astounds me!

      Also- When I was Emergency Services I worked seven Christmas’s in a row! (Some nightshifts) Obviously didn’t see my family.
      Cry me a fucking river you overpaid princesses….

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  13. Reprint From Zero Hedge
    The public trust in science depends on its consistency, its transparency, and its divorce from politics and ideology. There can be no left or right, liberal or conservative, blue-state or red-state slant if scientific expertise is to be taken seriously.

    Unfortunately, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the very opposite has sometimes occurred.

    The World Health Organization initially swore that the virus was not transmissible by humans, did not warrant travel bans or mask-wearing, and was not a significant global threat. The organization’s Chinese patrons had given WHO an unscientific party line. And its director then branded the propaganda with superficial scientific authority.

    American experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal health agencies were often inconsistent on travel bans, testing, masks, quarantines, and medical therapies, and intolerant of dissident medical research. Authorities rarely could consistently explain to the public how the virus was spread; why children, who were rarely stricken, were kept from attending school; and whether quarantines were aimed at flattening the curve of infection, eliminating it altogether or just waiting out the virus.

    The elderly were rightly deemed the most vulnerable. But then, inexplicably, they were often exposed to newly arriving infected patients in their long-term care facilities.

    When millions of people hit the streets to protest the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, many health care professionals ignored the supposedly dangerous mass meetings that they had earlier insisted were major public health threats.

    More than 1,000 health professionals, sympathetic to protests, even signed an open letter declaring that social activism was, for the moment, more important than social distancing.

    When supporters of President Donald Trump then went to open-air rallies, many medical experts suddenly called these assemblies dangerous to public health.

    In truth, either both or neither types of public outings are dangerous.

    For six months, experts have given the American public contradictory and weaponized election-year directives on masks, social distancing, lockdowns, school closures, and workplace policies.

    All of these matters of public health reveal the disasters that follow when common sense is ignored and ideology reigns.
    That about desribes our own experience with so called Science, its been weaponized and is being used against us to put in place a Communist Police State

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  14. I recall someone was asking yesterday for a link to the leaders debate
    I’m not sure if it was posted
    here is a YT one; start to end approx 100 minutes
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96WMzTofHyA&feature=emb_logo

    Where there were ads it plays some TVNZ nonsense
    Just skip past –as long as your mouse is not stoned
    I am not sure if YT insert ads as I full time run an ad blocker
    Unlike NZ media it allows comments.
    Over 1000 @now

    also the Queenstown finance debate with David Seymour and some others
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMMaVlOy2qM&feature=emb_logo
    about 90 minutes
    no ads come up with my ad blocker

    Sadly it has the No’Brain in it which I can’t remove.
    because it is posted by teev3 they allow no comment.
    Can’t have the great unwashed actually having their say, now.

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    • That be me. Thanks HT.
      3rd night in quarantine.
      Last night room nextdoor were rooting..farkin headboard vs wall for an hour.
      Quite impressive..had half a mongrel on. Thanks guys.

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      • Mike ,give Shane Jones a call ,he’ll give you a few ideas about “relieving ” boredom in hotel rooms.
        “An hour” FFS ,while you’ve got fuck all else to do get a few tips from the rooster next door about ” getting your sexual clock passed 45 sec” and email them to me ,LOL.

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    • Media-speak:
      Expert: someone who agrees with us.
      Controversial: someone who disagrees with us.
      Right-wing: controversial on steroids.

      (There is never a Left-wing label attributed to anyone because Left-wing is the status quo for the media).

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    • May I quote Marx, who after all, wasn’t wrong on everything!

      History repeats: first as tragedy (first lockdown), then as farce (today).

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  15. NZ Election 2020: Winston Peters thinks Jacinda Ardern made ‘a terrible decision’ by intervening in Ihumātao
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/09/nz-election-2020-winston-peters-thinks-jacinda-ardern-made-a-terrible-decision-by-intervening-in-ihum-tao.html

    New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is calling for “one law for all” over Ihumātao, and thinks Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made a “terrible decision” by intervening in the land dispute.

    Seymour said Peters created the situation at Ihumātao when he made Ardern PM.

    “Peters could have promoted one law for all inside Cabinet. Instead, he’s rolled it out three weeks before the election. His comments on Ihumātao today are too little, too late,” he said.

    “Peters also called me irrelevant, but I’ve achieved more from the backbenches in three years than he’s achieved in three stints in Cabinet.”

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    • Come on Whinny, tell us all what you really, really think!
      Blow her out of the water!
      You are either going to be in or out!

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  16. Marijuana withdrawal symptoms peak within the first week of quitting and can last up to 2 weeks.
 Symptoms of marijuana withdrawal can include:


    irritability

    difficulty sleeping
    
decreased appetite
    
restlessness

    cravings for marijuana

    
abdominal pain

    #######

    Common symptoms of alcohol withdrawal syndrome include:

    nausea
    vomiting
    fast heart rate
    agitation
    headache
    insomnia
    sweating
    nightmares
    anxiety
    Less frequently, people can develop severe symptoms of alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Severe symptoms are called delirium tremens or DTs.
    Symptoms of DTs include:
    severe tremors
    elevated blood pressure
    hallucinations, usually visual
    extreme disorientation
    seizures
    raised body temperature
    The DTs can be life-threatening. In extreme cases, the brain can have problems regulating breathing and circulation.
    Drastic changes in blood pressure and heart rate can also develop, which may lead to a stroke or heart attack.
    For those trying to detox from alcohol, it is vital to do so under the supervision of a doctor, as the withdrawal symptoms may be severe.

    ########

    Remind me again about which drug we’re voting on next month.

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      • Nope. ‘nasska’ is male & about 45 years older than Swarbrick.

        Where ‘nasska’ confuses people is that he is a classical liberal who believes fervently on keeping Nanny Government at bay & out of the personal lives of the citizens it should be serving. That means that on occasions I will rattle the cages of knowall control freaks of which YSB has its fair share.

        I struggle to understand these so-called right leaning voters, who are supposed to have an idea of the principle of individual liberty. Indeed many seem to be closet statists.

        Actual freedom encompasses both the freedom to prosper & the freedom to fuck up.

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        • You can do what you like with your life as long as you don’t expect the taxpayers to pay for your bad decisions.
          Your good ones will be taxed to the hilt.

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          • ….”Your good ones will be taxed to the hilt.”…..

            How true.

            Now, how do you feel about paying for solo mothers pumping out ten welfare sprogs & players risking injury on a rugby field? Should we be allowed to drive cars? Should everyone wear helmets 24/7 in case of brain injury?

            All these & more cost net taxpayers heaps yet recreational pot smokers are singled out for attention. This poorly educated retired cocky struggles with such contradictions.

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            • This poorly educated

              There’s your trouble…
              Had you had the benefit of some years at Waikato Uni (Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato) you wouldn’t even be able to spell condradikshun.

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            • Nasska, I remember not that long ago dope was a drug that you couldn’t develope a habit from ,with your withdrawal symptoms list that can no longer be true.
              Do you feel the same about legalising P or heroine,cocaine maybe ,as everyone knows cocaine isn’t addictive either.

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    • Unfortunately I can vouch for most of the alcohol-related ones, Nasska. It’s incredible how long I managed to fool myself that I could remain a drinker, despite the obvious suffering it was causing me. For some people alcohol becomes poison. Several years without it now and my life has changed for the better in pretty much every respect.

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      • Good on you Saggy. I’ve had just over twenty years on the wagon & life gets better every year.

        Yet I would never seriously advocate for NZ to be forced to become dry. As a nation we are a collection of individuals who deserve freedom. If we fuck up & infringe on another’s well-being there’s no shortage of current law to address the problems created.

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        • Nope, I’m more than happy for others to drink. For most it’s a pleasure and not problematic. But for some, the tail ends up wagging the dog.

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  17. Cindy giving unwanted financial advice 🤡

    NZ Election 2020: Judith Collins hits back as Jacinda Ardern suggests National redo financial plan
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/09/nz-election-2020-judith-collins-hit-back-as-jacinda-ardern-suggests-national-redo-financial-plan.html

    “What would she know?” Collins said in the West Coast on Friday. “What we do know is this: the only numbers that people need to think about are this – $3000 in the back pocket of your own money giving you a tax cut.”

    Collins was referring to the 16-month tax cuts National has promised if it wins the election. If you earn between $60,000 and $80,000 a year you’ll get between $2500 and $3500. But lower-income earners get way less – $560 to $900 if you’re on $50,000.

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  18. Got this email just now
    Kia ora

    Thank you for taking the time to previously get your official NZ COVID Tracer QR code poster.

    Please note that all businesses and service providers must continue to display the official NZ COVID Tracer QR code posters during ALL alert levels. This includes level 1.

    In case you have removed your poster or it has become damaged, please find a download link below. Please save this email in case you need to reprint your poster again in future.

    In addition to resending your poster, in support of Mahuru Māori, which seeks to increase the use of Te Reo Māori throughout the month of September, we have also included for you an optional second poster page, that’s your QR Code Poster in Te Reo Māori.

    I am offended.
    What about one for deaf people, the many Pacific Islands, Chinese, and all other groups.

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    • I did some work for Manukau City Council circa 2006
      It was interesting that Maori was in fact the FIFTH most commonly spoken language in the city as it existed at the time

      English was first, with Mandarin and certainly Samoan ahead.
      the other may have been Hindi, cant recall .
      However there were two people employed full time by council (out of about 800) who went around and did maori chants at the beginning of meetings.
      It was a fecking nuisance if they played prancer and dancer too long in a half hour meeting.

      all this pushing a bush language with root of 400 words is ridiculous
      Esperanto had more than double that and was more useful.

      There is a section in the open sewer of Wellington that ’employs’ about five geezers full time to make words up.
      One of them- I went to his wedding years ago for a gal I knew from school.
      She was white. He was northland maori.
      He used to beat her pretty bad until she left him.
      Clearly the moral standards are not too high.

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  19. Coasters showing their disdain for Cindy by defacing her election hoardings

    Damien O’Connor says ‘idiots’ defaced Jacinda Ardern hoardings on West Coast

    Jacinda Ardern said she didn’t notice, but her West Coast-Tasman candidate Damien O’Connor says people who defaced Labour Party billboards in his region are idiots who aren’t doing their cause any good.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/damien-oconnor-says-idiots-defaced-jacinda-ardern-hoardings-west-coast?auto=6194420494001

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      • In the Wairarapa at least most of the damage to the hoardings is on Saturday night caused no doubt by half fried yobs walking home.

        The strange thing is that the most affected are those of Labour & the New Conservatives.

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        • In Vino Veritas

          They probably are labour voters and after a few glasses the truth gets to them and they react.
          The real personality comes out and that is the way labour BS should be treated.

          Then they sober up in the morning and become stupid lefties again.

          The cycle continues.

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  20. DOJ Investigating Clinton Foundation According To New York Times Report

    In a bombshell new report Attorney General Bill Barr and his prosecutor, John Durham are probing the Clinton Foundation, long thought to be a corrupt slush fund for Hillary and Bill.

    https://washingtonews.today/2020/09/doj-investigating-clinton-foundation-according-to-new-york-times-report/

    New York Slimes confirm.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/24/us/politics/durham-clinton-foundation-investigation.html?smid=tw-share

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  21. Serbia and Kosovo Agree to Name Disputed Lake After Donald Trump

    The lake, known to Kosovars as the “Ujman” and to Serbians as the “Gazivoda,” is the subject of dispute between the two countries, with around 80 percent of its waters located in Kosovo and 20 percent in Serbia. A banner appeared over the lake on Thursday, however, reading “Lake Trump.”

    The Gazeta Express has learned that both Kosovo Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic have expressed their willingness to accept the name moving forward.

    https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2020/09/24/serbia-kosovo-agree-name-disputed-lake-donald-trump/

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    • Is there any real difference between the Greens and Labour? They’re both populated by absolute loonies/ignoramuses.

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  22. A bit of fun.
    This is pretty neat.

    1. https://mobile.twitter.com/KarluskaP/status/1309340421047238656

    2. https://www.google.com/search?q=the+america+we+deserve+published&oq=The+America+we+deserve+publish&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j33l3.18585j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

    3. Click on link:
    https://www.google.co.nz/books/edition/The_America_We_Deserve/PV6qZU_xev8C?hl=en&gbpv=1&pg=PT9&printsec=frontcover

    4. Click on the 35 page preview

    5. Type in or cut and paste this into the google books search bar.

    One day we’re told that a shadowy figure

    6. Click on the page segment.

    Cool.

    Coincidentally, same page mentions Kosovo, where the lake was named after him.

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