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  1. It’s just dawned on me. Klarkula wants to become President of New Zealand and she’s doing it via Jasiner.

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    • I wish her broomstick would snap in half in mid-flight. Another ex-politician that doesn’t know when to leave the stage. It’s over Helen so piss off!

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    • Thanks Mike.

      With this information you have single-handedly buggered all of today.

      Please don’t screw up our weekend by tomorrow suggesting Jacinda for Secretary General of the United Nations!

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    • Might be controversial but-
      I hated Clarkula but I would happily take her back to see the back of the Mad Queen.
      Jacinda Ardern is a deranged megalomaniac. She is fast-tracking us to being the Venezuela of the Pacific- All quite deliberately as well.
      Could you imagine her as PM and Mad Marama as her Deputy? And living under full Socialism?
      *Shudder….Give me Helen Clark anyday…

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        I get your point but Jacinda, in my opinion, is merely fatuous rather than a genuine threat to this cuntry.

        And yes, I would swap Jacinda for KKKlarKKKula.

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      • I doubt there would be any difference with a switch back to Helen CO. This upheaval in the western world is an orchestrated world wide attack and Helen is right in there. The timing of implementing the One World Order communist state is threatened by the re-election of Donald John Trump. Trump has the communist revolution in his sights and Democrats are doing everything to disrupt his re-election. Helen, Cindy, Dan Andrews, etc are of the same mind. It’s a coordinated takeover of democracy.

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        • I watched TV One news last night.OK tell me off.
          The way the people fawned over the void head leader was scary.Stupid kiwis that were excited ,waving and yelling showed what a people bereft of brain power we have dwelling in our towns and cities.
          I think Labour will win and even if Act get a few seats National will be neutered they will plough on with the UN agenda.

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      • Yes, we survived Clark. Whether we will survive a second term of the nasty commie bitch is a worry indeed.
        Ditch the bitch.

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      • Clark is already inner circle with George Soros through her time trying to destroy democracy through the UN.

        I would say that there would be absolutely no difference if Clark replaced Covid Cindy. I just think Clark might get away with more as she was a much more proficient politician who didn’t need to be sheltered and protected the way that Covid Cindy does.

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    • You are probably right, Jacinda is definitely a puppet, it is a shame to see someone used like that.

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      • In part used by the islamic agenda, in that ongoing ‘hijabed’ commemoration of the Christchurch Massacre, becoming an ongoing Christchurch Call of Azan. (“call to prayer”) to censorship.

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  2. Morning all. Not long now till the election and with a
    bit of luck, there might a change in government. Even
    better, would be the end of Winston Peters career.
    I’ll swing by later to catch up on the best and most
    truthful media outlet that is YSB. Have a great day.

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  3. Most people aren’t going to give up their own vehicle for a hinky, unreliable transport system. The Left love promoting the bright shiny trains, critical maintenance not so much.

    KiwiRail boss says lack of investment the reason behind Auckland’s train network issues
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/kiwirail-boss-says-lack-investment-reason-behind-aucklands-train-network-issues?auto=6196278172001

    Rolling closures will continue across the network for the rest of the year, with all trains set to be halted for four weeks over Christmas.

    Moyle said 500 workers will be hands on deck to “blitz” the network.

    Commuters are also facing reduced frequency of services and slower trips as the speed limit for trains on the fatigued lines has been halved.

    KiwiRail has been aware of the wear and tear since 2018, according to Moyle, who says the infrastructure has reached its life expectancy.

    He says staff weren’t able to begin work until this year, because KiwiRail didn’t have the funding from Government.

    “The money is about two to three years late,” he said.

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    • It’s not like rail is new tech. Why didn’t they have maintenance and repair as part of normal operations?

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      • Money for the shitholers of the world was a bigger prioridy. Covid Cindy had to show the WHO how we are so into their orders.

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        • you would have thought they look at the track, before try putting a new shiny train on it!
          But no this is Phail Phill the bright spark from Labour.
          NZ’s biggest failure ever!

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  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vkf52IdiOEk
    ‘It might be unfashionable to say so’ but President Trump ‘is the hope of the side’

    Sky News host Alan Jones says US President Donald Trump is “the hope of the side” and without him both the United States and Australia “are gone”.

    Add NZ and the rest of the west to that. Trump MUST win or we will become socialists states of the One World Order.

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    • So true.
      I don’t understand how people like Sean Plunkett and Peter Williams scoff at Trump and say he is irrelevant. The marxists have infiltrated so much of the West the only obstacle is Trump.
      NZ will be a pushover, Australia is teetering.The NWO is well on the way.

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      • Those two are confused like the rest of NZ. They are supposed to be journalists, but you and I have a better grasp of world affairs than the likes of of them. Whenever they start down the TDS comments, I switch them off.

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  5. I’m hoping Winston has some grenade to lob over his shoulder on the way out. Preferably at the Greens. Hard to imagine him exiting stage right without a murmur.

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    • Isn’t today the day the old sop was going to reveal something that will outrage every New Zealander? Or is it just more piss and wind from the serial bullshitter?

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    • Just the thought of that pious knob end Jimmy Twomums getting taken out in some kind of particularly unsavoury scandal makes it worth getting up. I hope you’re right about Winnie.

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    • And Labour, he didn’t choose the Greens as such, only one seat in it, it must have been galling.

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  6. ACT is promising to make it easier for foreign skilled workers to get into New Zealand as the parties were out in force today pitching for business votes at a finance debate.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/act-promises-prioritise-foreign-skilled-workers-should-get-elected-october?auto=6196278095001

    The audience at the debate, which included Labour’s Phil Twyford, Chlöe Swarbrick of the Greens and ACT leader David Seymour, was eager to know what the parties were serving up to businesses struggling post-Covid.

    ACT today released its suite of SME policies, promising to make it easier for foreign skilled workers to come to New Zealand.

    The party is also pledging a freeze on increases to the minimum wage and a GST reduction from 15 to 10 per cent for one year.

    Seymour says lots of businesses need the foreign skilled workers.

    “We’ve heard their concerns about capability, cashflow, employment law, I think we can make this an easier place to grow a business,” Seymour said.

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  7. A lady calls the police to report her husband is missing. The police arrive and ask for a description. She tells them he’s 6 feet 2 inches tall, blonde wavy hair and has a smile that makes everybody love him.

    The police then go to the next door neighbour to verify this report and the lady next door tells the police, “You can’t believe her. He’s 5 feet 4 inches tall, has no hair and he wears a perpetual frown on his face.”

    The neighbour then goes and asks the lady why she gave the police such a false report. She replies, “Just because I reported him missing, doesn’t mean I wanted him back!”

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  8. COVID-19: Financial expert concerned about Kiwis applying for financial hardship Kiwisaver withdrawals
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2020/10/covid-19-financial-expert-concerned-about-kiwis-applying-for-financial-hardship-kiwisaver-withdrawals.html

    The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) released Kiwisaver’s annual report on Thursday which said there had been an increase in members enquiring about serious financial hardship withdrawals due to the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The report, which covered the year to the end of March, said serious financial hardship withdrawals totalled $111 million, up from $107.8 million the prior year.

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  9. Helen Reddy, who shot to stardom in the 1970s with her rousing feminist anthem I Am Woman and recorded a string of other hits, has died. She was 78.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/entertainment/am-woman-hitmaker-helen-reddy-dies-aged-78

    Reddy’s 1971 version of “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” from the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” launched a decade-long string of Top 40 hits, three of which reached No. 1.

    The Australian-born singer enjoyed a prolific career, appearing in “Airport 1975” as a singing nun and scoring several hits, including “Ain’t No Way To Treat a Lady,” “Delta Dawn,” “Angie Baby” and “You and Me Against the World.”

    In 1973 she won the best female vocal pop performance Grammy Award for “I Am Woman,” quickly thanking her then-husband and others in her acceptance speech.

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  10. Auckland, Waikato and Victoria Universities plan voluntary redundancies due to border closure

    Three universities are signalling likely voluntary redundancies next year if New Zealand’s border remains closed to foreign students.

    None have put any numbers on required staff losses yet, but two are looking to save tens of millions of dollars a year. Based on typical academic salaries of about $100,000 a year, that means several hundred jobs may go.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12369673

    About bloody time.

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  11. Are Labour worried? They have dragged out Mike Williams to say Judith Collins is aiming for 2023 not 2020. He was always full of BS and a muck raker (remember the trip to Melbourne).

    Also what is Don Brash up to ? Parroting on about our economy will be OK –“debt at 55% of GDP is not bad but we should be aiming to get it down”. Has he been paid off as well?

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    • What he said makes sense. Did you you listen to all he had to say?

      55% of GDP is okay as long as we do not have another earthquake of similar disaster.

      The loony left want to spend money on the possibility of AGW when the chance of an earthquake is far greater.

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      • Chuck
        I only heard what they reported on the radio news. Perhaps I should have guessed they would have cherry picked part of his comment.
        Can you direct me to his full statement, please. I hope he said more than what you have written.

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        • Hope it makes more sense than what he said recently in his address at Victoria University.
          He said that if it wasn’t for his bad back he would have attended the BLM protest in Auckland and that Trump was the worst president in living memory. ( May no be the exact words I am going from memory)
          Shame I always like Don and still think he has it right on race relations. Maybe he relies a bit to much on the MSM.

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          • Don definitely has TDS. So many won’t change their original impression of the Trump despite the many good things he has achieved since becoming President – bet Don gets his US news from CNN. 🙄

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  12. Morning all. A couple of comments yesterday had me thinking of the damage done to NZ by the coalition of losers and I started thinking What If:

    What if Bill English was PM during the Christchurch event? Would he have knee jerk banned guns and the rights of New Zealanders as quickly and as ruthlessly as the toothy one?

    What if he was and Winnie went with National instead. Would English (a stable financial operator) have handed 200 Billion dollars of tax payers money to a confirmed wanker and blowhard to disburse with no oversight whatsoever?

    What if English was PM during the Corona outbreak? How would he have handled it better? Would we be in as much of a recession?

    Would he have banned coal and gas as readily as the worn out whore?

    I would assume that the answer to all the above would be a resounding NO. It really sheets home how dangerous Winston Raymond Fucking Peters decision to go with Labour was to the voters and public on New Zealand. Personally I hope the cunt goes to jail, the Greens get shafted with a pink dildo and Princess Meth fucks off to whatever country will accept her.

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    • ABS – it’s nice to dream. But Bill English is from the left footers – he is a total globalist – he is the reincarnation of Jim Bolger (the man that gave us MMP, the RMA and did such a shit job that he set the stage for 9 years of Helen Clark). Catholics by and large are all distinctly left-leaning, guild-ridden socialists at heart. No – I wouldn’t have wanted Bill as PM. He was unparalleled as a DPM and MoF – no one will have be able to corral the nutbar socialist leaders of the public service the way that ex-Treas analyst Bill did. He was absolutely the best at seeing through the bureaucratic ideologically driven drivel that serves for policy advice from the public service. But as a PM? No he is a twice proven loser. That’s not what you need for a PM. The debates cost him in 2017, can you imagine that? He’s so unpresentable and unrelateable that Cindy monstered him! Looking at how easily and confidently Judith has shown up Cindy in the past month – how bad do you have to be to look bad beside a sub-par performer like Cindy? Never Bill. Never. And yes – I think he would have done exactly the same with the gun ban – he is a socialist at heart like so many of the current National caucus.

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      • I believe the press coverage of the shootings would have been a lot more dignified had Bill been leader than having a mentally unstable virtue signaller milking it for victimhood points with the world press but thats just my opinion. I also don’t believe that the NP would have rushed through hasty shoddily designed laws then stazi style bully the population with strange visits from gay Samoan policemen and weaponized White Supremacist Hunter Paddy Gower against Kiwiblog users. In fact there definitely would NOT be a referendum on weed this year had the Nats won.

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        • ……”In fact there definitely would NOT be a referendum on weed this year had the Nats won”……

          What on Planet Earth is wrong with referenda? They’re the best instance of practical democracy available.

          Unless you think that politicians know best……what a truly scary thought.

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          • Thats the stick that will get the losers out of bed and down to the election box though. FWIW I am pro weed and euthanasia. No I dont want to get into a moral argument lol. But it’s probably the issue that will swing the election for Labour due to the amount of normally non voters who will vote just for this law change. Pity both parties will ignore the results if it’s not what they expect. If yes, National will not enact it, if No, Labour will

            Though I will call it. I think that there will be a small lead in those that want cannabis legalized, perhaps 60-40ish. Error of margin +/- 3%

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            • …..”the stick that will get the losers out of bed and down to the election box”……

              It’s possible but the Vatican Party have put themselves at a disadvantage. That is the price paid for abandoning fiscal responsibility while pushing their Godcrap onto the electorate.

              It’s a pity that we’ll all pay for their mania for social control at all cost.

              My predictions on the referenda are a crushing win for the end of life legislation & a narrow loss for the legalisation of marijuana. The Godaddled will not let go of their monopoly on hallucinations without a fight.

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          • “What on Planet Earth is wrong with referenda?”

            Nasska is too blazed on the devil’s lettuce to have any notion of what occurs on earth. Star child wanders the universe, next to his God.

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  13. Labour’s vote is imploding – how do I know? look at TDB

    Chris Trotter is about the only political hack from the left capable of rational thought and discourse. And he’s very worried about complacency and he’s advocating ramping up the Covid paranoia fear attacks to bring wavering Jacinda supporters back to the fold.

    The modern progressive left hate him because he actually thinks about things and does a bit of analysis – I’m sure he’s thought of as belonging to the conservatives – but I actually find I miss his sort of socialism (admission – if Labour delivered an approach akin to Trotter’s philosophy – I’d probably still be voting Labour).

    Trotter has recognised that Labour’s strategic approach of a combination of:
    – Covid! Didn’t we do well!
    – Dismiss! Dismiss! Dismiss all and any criticism
    – Jacinda is amazeballs, therefore vote Labour
    – MSM propaganda wall of noise convincing everyone there is no point voting for anyone else but Amazeballs Jacinda
    is not working.

    Judith clearly presents a compelling alternative to flappy arms, vapid, no substance Jacinda. Labour’s polling must be showing their vote deflating. We’ve seen (after a considerable moratorium on it) Neve being rolled out as a political prop again. Cindy is starting to appear back on the cover of women’s magazines – these are all signs of desperation.

    And now Trotter is warning against complacency! If Trotter is actually contemplating that Judith might win – then the chances are very, very real indeed.

    We might be free of the worst government in the Western world after all?

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    • Further proof, Labour re-naming themselves “National Lite” – RMA reform copy/paste announcement

      And as if we didn’t need further proof that Labour is in full panic mode. Covid Cindy has just announced out of the blue that she’s going to reverse her previous “no policy – just Covid” election campaign stance and today she’s just announced that she was blatantly lying in the Leaders’ debate when she said she had no plans to reform the RMA.

      Alternatively, if she didn’t lie (which I don’t think she did) then the following has happened:
      – UMR ran focus groups on the key points Judith made in the Leaders’ debate on Tues
      – the focus groups particularly liked Judith pointing out the bleedin’ obvious that if you want to fix the housing crisis you need to get rid of the incredibly fucking stupid RMA (and that they were less inclined to vote Labour because Labour have always blocked any attempt at RMA reform)
      – and Labour have hastily cobbled together something they could announce to stem the rapid bleed of votes from stoopid Cindy to Hell’s Granny Judith

      So which was it Jacinda? Did you lie like a two dollar hooker on the 4th July weekend (AGAIN)
      Or has Labour dreamed up in 36 hours flat the most sweeping, wide-ranging, environmental policy reform in three decades.

      Call me cynical, but the RMA reform promise doesn’t hold any water for me from Labour. If they’re in govt, it’ll be with the Greens. The beauty of that arrangement is that it allows you to break any election promise you like by saying “We’re in a coalition, there has to be some give and take”.

      Stark choice:
      – vote National if you want RMA reform and the value of your property assets to devalue by 10-20% over the next 10 years
      or
      – vote Labour if you want to retain the worst anti-development, housing-crisis perpetuating environmental Nazi-istic legislation and continue to see the value of your housing assets rise by 10% a year

      Oh fuck! I can’t fault the logic – but that didn’t come out the way I thought it would 🤦‍♂️

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      • You are right DP, they are in full panic mode. I see a fawning article by Shane Te Pou explaining why he has changed his mind about the Greens. He says he used to be anti Greens. I could not be bothered reading the whole thing but it obvious they now realise they need the Greens, if Labour is to stay in power. In the last few weeks they have been trying to throw the Greens under bus by announcing Green type policies but they must now see that is not working quick enough.
        Like you I find it really ironic how quick the “don’t expect any new policies from Labour” has changed to spewing out half baked policies every day.
        I also wonder what came out of all the working groups and the hundreds of millions spent on them –I cannot see much concrete forwarding thinking stuff from any of them.

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      • DP, I was thinking about the turnaround of the perception of Ardern in the last few weeks, people seem to be seeing through the sham a lot more and my theory is that she’s a Cult of Personality type leader.
        Normally these types are reported by an adoring slanted Press (check) that’s owned and/or controlled by the government (check) and controlled by party faithful (triple check) to ensure we all think along the correct lines
        BUT: Also are backed by militia that they control.
        Cult of Personality (stardust) wears off after a while and the proles get sick of ever increasing regulations / rations / laws prohibiting speech and start revolting. Hence the need for a military to enforce discipline and compliance. Now the New Zealand Police aren’t quite there yet but some of the stuff that circulated around the time of the gun seizures was definitely disturbing and perhaps quasi illegal….
        Cult of Personality leaders are always revered by lefties and no criticism of the annointed one is allowed – Alan Jones, one of the most famous broadcasters in Australia almost got canned for his remarks about her. Plenty of other people have been targeted by lefty hate mobs for similar.
        My hope is that people are scared of what another 3 years under this Government might do to New Zealand. Crosses fingers

        Edit to say: Also if Ardern could get away with it I have no illusions about her arresting all National MPs and executing them Chavez style on the Parliament steps as a warning to the Hoi Polloi to stay in line thereby doing away with the need for a pesky election and all that shit.

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    • It’s a good article actually. Like you I have always thought Trotter the least deranged of the left journalists. Will post some of the salient points here, hopefully he doesnt sue the Editor!

      In this situation, the Right has the advantage. National deserters returning to the fold will come, overwhelmingly, from Labour. What that is likely to precipitate is a stampede back to Labour by left-leaning voters who’d made a strategic decision to support the Greens. That would be the very worst thing they could do, of course, but it won’t stop them. Their panic-driven determination to rally-round Jacinda, to protect the Queen, will drown out the voice of political rationality. If this sudden surge from the Greens to Labour is too large, then it’s all over. Driven below the 5 percent MMP threshold, the Greens’ inadequate share of the Party Vote will be redistributed among the successful parties. National and Act, together, will have more than enough seats to form a government. Labour will be out.

      The truly terrifying aspect of this grim scenario is that there is so very little that Labour can do to defend itself. It is important to recall that in 2017, with “Jacindamania” in full-swing, Labour could attract no more than 37 percent of the Party Vote. That was 7 percentage points shy of National’s 44 percent. The raw political arithmetic of these results is not encouraging. Even with the more progressive remnants of NZ First in its pocket, Labour’s 2020 numbers – sans National’s deserters – will struggle to add up to more than 40 percent.

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    • Trotter is such a dag. He’s a kiwi Ken Barlow. The smartish kid, brighter than his peers but always uneasy with the privileges bestowed by intellect. He seems to cling to the working classes for credibility when even the stupidest person can see that sitting on your bum in front of a keyboard all day doesn’t buy you a seat on the workers’ bus.

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      • ……” sitting on your bum in front of a keyboard all day doesn’t buy you a seat on the workers’ bus”……

        Well put though I must add that Labour & the workers’ bus parted company thirty odd years ago. Labour, once the political vehicle for the working man, was hijacked by social engineers, academics, NWO freaks, Maori separatists & other world class wankers.

        Chris Trotter’s heart is with old Labour yet his bread & butter is supplied by the new. He is terminally conflicted.

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        • Chris Trotters old man would have been on the workers bus.
          But by the time Chris left uni he was definitely into the social engineering from the basement of Fraser House!

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  14. Expectations of the drunken dwarf lobbing grenades into the political spectrum in the coming weeks are ill founded. He may have the knowledge to be able to disrupt the greens and Liarbour, but he is such a narcissist, that the very thought of not being in the next government hasn’t entered his warped mind.

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    • Has Whinnie ever said anything that could be later proven to be true? Even a witnessed and signed legally binding Government WINZ form and subsequent court case was no match for that cheeky darkie.

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    • Editor ,brown paper bags stuffed with $100.00 bills will keep the maggots mouth firmly zipped ,it’s just what he does every time and every situation , throw in a queens honor and the POS will never let slip a word…

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  15. Auckland child in critical condition at Starship Hospital after ingesting drug GBL or ‘fantasy’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/10/auckland-child-in-critical-condition-at-starship-hospital-after-ingesting-drug-gbl-or-fantasy.html

    A child in Auckland has sustained critical internal injuries after ingesting a substance believed to be GBL, also known as fantasy or liquid ecstasy.

    “St John treated one patient in a critical condition and transported them to Starship Hospital.”

    Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Michele Gillespie said the child ingested the Class B GBL, or gamma-butyrolactone.

    The NZ Drug Foundation said GBL is often referred to as a ‘date-rape’ drug due to a small amount resulting in intoxication and memory loss.

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  16. Ardern is delusional. How much taxpayers money did Labour waste on Kiwibuild at the last attempt? Incompetent imbeciles who keep pretending they can do it.

    NZ Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern explains why voters should trust Labour on housing despite KiwiBuild failures
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-jacinda-ardern-explains-why-voters-should-trust-labour-on-housing-despite-kiwibuild-failures.html

    Despite KiwiBuild failures, Jacinda Ardern says voters can trust Labour on housing because it was “willing to try new things” and is setting the stage for more homes to be built by removing barriers to building consents.

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    • Labour voters all suffer from beaten wife syndrome.
      I’ll change honey, I love you. Honest it’ll never happen again!”

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      • We’ll just put Phill Twyford in charge, says Cindy! That’ll fix it!
        rev david clark can be his assistant!

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  17. This looks to be the beginning of the end for the Corona baloney.
    Time to wrap this hoax up and give us normal folks a breather.

    Trump Administration Strips C.D.C. of Control of Coronavirus Data
    Hospitals have been ordered to bypass the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and send all patient information to a central database in Washington, raising questions about transparency.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/us/politics/trump-cdc-coronavirus.html
    …..
    Judge Rejects HHS Effort to Stall Release of Fauci Emails Until After Election – Orders Initial Production this Month

    The lawsuit was filed after HHS failed to respond to an April 1, 2020, FOIA request seeking:

    Communications between Dr. Fauci and Deputy Director Lane and World Health Organization officials concerning the novel coronavirus.
    Communications of Dr. Fauci and Deputy Director Lane concerning WHO, WHO official Bruce Aylward, WHO Director General Tedros Anhanom, and China.

    https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/judge-rejects-hhs-efforts/

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  18. Politics and religion.

    Rebuffed by Vatican, Pompeo Assails China and Aligns With Pope’s Critics
    Pope Francis declined to see Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who is demanding a harder Vatican line on China. The Holy See said meeting just before a U.S. election would be inappropriate.

    Francis and Mr. Trump, who have exchanged sharp words in the past, present starkly different visions on issues ranging from the environment to immigration to the threat of populism. In appealing to the Vatican’s support for religious freedom as a reason to drop its China agreement, Mr. Pompeo seemed to seek common ground, but in a way that upset the pope’s chief allies and delighted his chief critics.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/30/world/europe/pompeo-pope-francis-china.html

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  19. October 9 (Friday 11:00 CEST) will be when the Nobel Peace Prize is announced.
    Obama won it for being half black. (The non-important part of his heritage was ignored, as was that half-Scottish cop in the UK who was shot by that rear-gunner last week (the photo of the haka for him made the NZ Herald)).

    It is possible that Prime Minister Ardern could receive the Peace Prize. Could this be construed as political medling, so close to a general election?

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    • ABSOLUTELY!

      I’ve had the same fears myself.

      But I think the prize is unlikely to go her way anyway.

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      • I expect that you are right.
        The prize should be given to someone who has actually worked for peace and the ending of conflicts.
        Photo ops and petulance shouldn’t count.

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  20. A good move.

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    Tonight,
    @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!

    This is strategic. He needs a break.

    Especially after this reveal in the debate. BOOM.

    First Debate Summed Up Right Here

    His face says it all

    https://twitter.com/All50News/status/1311448731863089152

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    • Also a reveal by Biden, so it would seem that the “azan” would be called in the White-house if he makes Presidency.
      “inshallah” (allah willing) ……… yeah right.
      The main media do not react, as if this is a normal thing to say, but it is to curry more votes from muslims.
      https://twitter.com/i/status/1311120377284833288
      10 seconds.

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  21. Advance NZ under fire for altering political cartoonist’s work without permission
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/advance-nz-under-fire-for-altering-political-cartoonist-s-work-without-permission.html

    “I did not grant them permission to begin using many more of my cartoons in their campaign. – [I] couldn’t stop an inch, so they took a mile.”

    Garrison says Advance NZ has promised to delete the edited works and not do it again.

    He says he will allow them to repost his work without charge “as long as they aren’t altered”.

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  22. Is Covid Cindy going to have her hand forced to let in Aussies and kiwis from aust to enter without going into quarantine?
    But all visa entries and kiwis from elsewhere will still go into quarantine!
    More aussie states will come onboard except Victoria!
    I think it will give her a dead cat bounce after saving 80,000 lives in the covid outbreak.
    I hope David Farriers advertising campaign makes a difference. Is it enough or too late?

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  23. Pledges and more pledges from Winnie. I thought Winston was against immigration at re-election time. What will his traditional supporters think of this policy? //

    New Zealand First wants to lure immigrants into towns and smaller cities under a new rural visa scheme.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/new-zealand-first-pledges-create-rural-visa-scheme

    It is also proposing a nationwide review to create a 30-year population plan.

    New Zealand First’s policy has put more detail behind its call for an immigration reset, saying Covid-19 had created a unique opportunity for a fundamental rethink.

    It said it wanted to find a majority view on the desired level of future population numbers.

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    • Message to Wankston Penis. You are irrelevant.
      Go away and NEVER return. You are an arrogant,
      corrupt bastard. YOU are responsible for the disease
      that is Jacinduh Ardern.

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  24. I told you that NZ rugby is woke and needs to be replaced with Raelene Castle to kick this lot in the arse, they have all had their nuts cut off! A o te a rower rugby, stupid name and a stupid looking trophy.

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  25. Announcing the policies today, leader Jacinda Ardern alongside housing spokesperson Megan Woods and environment spokesperson David Parker confirmed the party would repeal and replace the Resource Management Act.

    Labour promises 18,000 new transitional houses, RMA reform

    Announcing the policies today, leader Jacinda Ardern alongside housing spokesperson Megan Woods and environment spokesperson David Parker confirmed the party would repeal and replace the Resource Management Act.

    Resource Management:

    Repeal and replace the Resource Management Act
    Deliver better outcomes for natural and urban environments
    Create jobs through fast-track consenting to help with the Covid-19 recovery

    Housing:

    Five-point plan to maintain construction momentum during Covid-19
    A new mandatory energy efficiency certificate for residential buildings
    Implement homelessness action plan
    Continue the Building for Climate Change programme
    Regulating property managers to protect landlords and tenants

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/labour-promises-18-000-new-transitional-houses-rma-reform?fbclid=IwAR3aPtvx6yxeT7XDakLYwh2SOsyy1mYnCvvO-i6TkDkrB2nB8X7zhkpPf6E

    A bit to bother Cindy you scheming lying piece of crap. Mind you Parker is in the middle of this.

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    • The way Nick Sandmann stood, handled his interviews, testified for Trump, reminds me of this poem.

      BY RUDYARD KIPLING
      “IF”
      If you can keep your head when all about you
      Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
      If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
      But make allowance for their doubting too;
      If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
      Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
      Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
      And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

      If you can dream—and not make dreams your master;
      If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;
      If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
      And treat those two impostors just the same;
      If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
      Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
      Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
      And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:

      If you can make one heap of all your winnings
      And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
      And lose, and start again at your beginnings
      And never breathe a word about your loss;
      If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
      To serve your turn long after they are gone,
      And so hold on when there is nothing in you
      Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

      If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
      Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch,
      If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
      If all men count with you, but none too much;
      If you can fill the unforgiving minute
      With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,
      Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
      And—which is more—you’ll be a Man, my son!

      Hopefully an inspiration to many, showing that there is a good foundation, in some of the old traditions.

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  26. All the altars and all the thrones united to arrest the forward march of the human race. The king said that mankind must not work for themselves. The priest said that mankind must not think for themselves. One forged chains for the hands, the other for the soul. Under this infamous regime the eagle of the human intellect was for ages a slimy serpent of hypocrisy.

    ― Robert G. Ingersoll

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  27. Nancy Pelosi could be in-line to run the US if Trump and Pence too sick to work. Surely Trump won’t allow that to happen!

    What will happen to the US if Donald Trump gets too sick to be President
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/10/what-will-happen-to-the-us-if-donald-trump-gets-too-sick-to-be-president.html

    Should Trump fall seriously ill, then it follows that Vice-President Michael Pence would take over his role.

    But seeing as Trump’s positive result is likely linked to that of two prominent White House aides – one of whom was Pence’s valet – contracting the virus, it is not unthinkable that Pence would also fall ill.

    If this happens – the US could face a constitutional crisis.

    The law provides little clarity on such a scenario. Article II of the Constitution lets Congress “provide for the Case of … Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly, until the Disability be removed.”

    That law still stands, and it puts the Speaker of the House first in line. By this law, Nancy Pelosi would lead the country.

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    • Make McEnany President. 🙂

      “McEnany defends Trump’s comments on far-right extremist groups”
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6ZkfhRtTVg
      23 mins: 40 secs.

      To sum up at the end;-
      Ideas do not target police officers.
      Ideas do not burn down buildings.
      Ideas do not kill innocent Americans.
      Organisations do.
      Democrats should condemn the shameful group in the same way as President Trump continues to condemn white supremacists.

      As always, Brilliant.

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    • WG. Pelosi has been in close contact with Hope Hicks. She will be in isolation.

      Trust the plan.

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  28. I see that angry andy was acting as minder to the labour candidate in New Plymouth and true to form, had an an angry outburst when a 89 yr old man questioned the candidate whether he was gay!
    Come on labour, you maybe all happy gays, but not everybody else is and you should tell the punters!
    Otherwise this is what you get. Serves you right, and how many votes did you just lose?

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  29. I’ve just been watching this German documentary about the swine flue pandemic of 2009. Very interesting and sinister even, looks like it really was a trial run for the CCP virus. I’ll post it again tomorrow because it deserves a wide audience so people can see how we are bing played.
    https://vimeo.com/463800252

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