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  1. Me no comprehenday. Been away from NZ for a couple of years. I returned 11 days ago and quarantined in my room near Auckland Airport, which has been superb by the way.Watch a lot of television as a result. The english language seems to have been bastardised. Presenters babble away then all of a sudden sprinkle in some strange gobble de gook lingo then back to english.
    Are they pissed? Have they been on the pipe? Where’s Lake Ohho?

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  2. A damn shame that the people who lost their
    jobs because of Cindy’s illegal lockdown, no
    longer have the opportunity to work.
    I hope that in 13 days time, she’ll be unemployed.
    Enjoy your day folks.

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        • Yes her job is safe!
          Change in job description and pay rate. But still there.
          She will be able to lie back, put he feet up and do exactly what labour did last time in opposition, absolutely fucking nothing!
          Why do you think they had so many working groups!

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        • Listening to Mike Hosking interviewing Judith for 2 hours. When he interviews our Marxist PM next Monday i hope he questions her about her communist ideals and the impact this has on her decision making.

          A quick question about her foot loose boyfriend might be entertaining as the rumours are still coming thick and fast about the self confessed Casanova.

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            • Jacinda is next Monday – 12th.

              I will bet she does not answer questions as clearly and succinctly as Judith did today.

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              • Yes, I realise I must have misheard Mike this morning as I have read in several other places that you and TJF are correct.

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          • What is the nanny living in buck house aswell as her parents. Are they paying us taxpayers board?
            Cindy and Jethro are maintaining the facade of a happy family, so as not to lose the old granny vote!

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  3. I note fruity Farrar is in hospital presumably with appendicitis (although the word on the street is that he is merely constipated ie full of shit).

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  4. Covid Cindy is doing more harm than good, Drs say so

    Doctors around the world are starting to make very public strident statements about the wider societal health harm from continued lockdowns, harm which far outweighs the supposed Big Sister “harm prevention” of the totalitarian restrictions on our freedoms.

    UK Drs have written to the insane UK Health Minister saying that (surprise, surprise) it’s important to consider all negative health factors rather than just focusing on a single issue (Covid). It also touches on the unreliability of the current testing regime (in particular how RNA shedding can lead to false positives in people who may have at one time had asymptomatic Covid but have no live (transmittable) Covid in their system.

    Of course, Chris Hipkins wants to stop me linking things like this because they must be “conspiracy theories” – from 66 Drs as published in the well known conspiracy theory publication – THE FUCKING LANCET!

    It’s official! It’s all political. It’s a scamdemic!

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    • DP says
      ‘It’s a scamdemic! ‘

      If you didn’t know that by Anzac day, 2020 then you are not paying attention.

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  5. I posted a comment on a Daily Mail article about saint Cindy, patron saint of liars, last night saying she was the worst PM ever imposed upon our nation. The comment has, of just now, recieved 264 likes and 80 downvotes which I think is a reversal from what it would have got just a few weeks ago. Hope springs eternal etc. etc.
    I’m off to cast my vote for ACT this morning.

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    • I’ve been wondering about voting Act in my electorate, but given the absence of any information about opinion polls, it’s very frustrating. I don’t want to waste my electorate vote (which will be against Jacinda rather than for my local National candidate).

      However, I am very ticked off that the whole world knows exactly how things are going in fucking Auckland Central, and so one could make an informed choice about who to vote tactically for there.

      But for all the rest of the electorates – crickets.

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      • You Auckland Central voters are supposed to be the most intelligent and richest in the country.
        Electorate vote for national will help keep the two lefties out.
        Party vote act.

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        • Ed ,nah Auckland voted in another socialist for Mayor,they love the thought of being told what they can and can’t do..

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          • The previous Auckland City on the isthmus was conservative. It voted in ex Nat MP Christine Fletcher followed by ex Nat MP J Banks.
            A brief dally with arch-Christian, Dick Hubbard, provided an interlude.
            Hubbard had never been on Council and lived up to the Dick part- he thought when he was mayor he would make all the decisions but then realised that he only had one vote in 20 on Council and only had a deadlock-breaking casting vote.
            Duh. He was totally disillusioned after 6 months and became a lame duck.

            The Deputy mayor under Banks was ultra conservative David Hay. As god fearing as any US southern preacher. Banks himself believes the world was created 6,000 years ago and there was no evolution.
            It was benign meandering as Notional people don’t actually make decisions.

            Unfortunately the Rodney Hide/John Key 2010 manoeuvre stuffed this all up and allowed the Westies and South Auckland into the voting mix.

            It was not only Auckland that was stuffed under Key’s Notional pardy.
            The other main cities all went hard Labour/Green as you can note.

            The person with the most power in Auckland after Goofy is Desley Simpson,
            She is very left in political terms.
            No qualifications at all apart from a social butterfly. She could fit Labour easily.
            She is the former wife of Notional Coromandel MP Scott Simpson and current wife of the wanker Notional pardy president Peter Goodfellow.

            Notional are lefties. Get with the program .
            They vote on climate change legislation eg the $1.4 Billion a year for the Paris accord, they voted for the Carbon Zero -a completely destructive and retarded piece of legislation- yet say they will change it even though they never change anything of Labour’s. eg The RMA they go on about was a Geoff Palmer piece that was not passed in 1990 so notional under Upton/Bolger adopted it and passed it .

            Notional is socialist; it is simply Vatican socialism.

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        • Check your map you south of the Bombays Geo-challenged gentleman !!

          You are describing Epsom.

          Auckland Central is a motley crew of pretenders, transients, students, Yuppies, Grey Lynn luvies and rear admirals.
          They voted in the dreadful Judith Tizard for 4 consecutive elections until Nikki Kaye kicked her to the curb.
          Tizard now works for Phail Twyford. You tax dollar- not at work.

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          • Judith Tizard still has her nose in the political trough where she has been all her life after growing up under the tuition of her Labour trougher parents. The only productive thing Judith ever managed was her knitting while sitting in Parliament. Is she employed to knit Phail a Labour red beanie?

            “Early life. Tizard was born in Auckland’s St Helen’s maternity hospital in Pitt Street in 1956. She was born into a political family – her mother, Dame Catherine Tizard, served as Mayor of Auckland and as Governor-General, and her father, Bob Tizard, was a prominent Labour Party cabinet minister and Deputy Prime Minister.Before succeeding her father as the Member of Parliament for Panmure in …”

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            • Bob was a sleaze with a high opinion of himself.
              My father seldom talked politics but when Bob Tizard was in the frame, fireworks went off.
              Bob married 3 times and the third wife was Canadian and did not visit NZ but was able to use old Bob’s ex MP travel perks.

              Cath had her BF when she was mayor of Akl city.
              Tim Shadbolt got flak for towing the concrete mixer behind the mayoral car and for losing the Chains.
              But relatively quiet was the event when Cath’s BF crashed the mayoral car while ‘tired and emotional’
              Even then – 1980s- the Princes St Labour party had control over the media.

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    • Hi Alice. I have noticed the same u-turn on comments about Jacinda on the Daily Mail over the last few weeks – in fact as soon as the ‘rona re-entered NZ the world fell out of love with her.

      The world has bored of both Jizzy A. and Grotty Thunburg.

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    • Thank you to YSB readers who have obviously flocked to the Daily Mail to upvote my comment, votes are now just under 300!
      One of my more successful comments.

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    • If you don’t mind my asking Alice, what is your nom de guerre on DM?

      I find the documents very useful on DM and therefore was able to pick the Brexit and US 2016 Pres elections outcome.
      They are valuable and show how piss poor NZ media is and that the NZ media filth don’t even back up their own bullshit with allowing it to be challenged.

      Daily Mail don’t remove comments when the flow is against their narrative – and it happens often .
      If anything when a sensitive topic is there or abuse gets really high, they restrict. The minority of the time.

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        • Cool. Yes I had upticked last night.
          Sunday eve our time I often have a browse as it is Sunday morning UK and a traditional time when a lot of news is released.
          I had liked the ‘imposed upon us’ without knowing it was yours.
          All good.

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  6. Easy prediction. Stating the obvious.

    John Armstrong’s opinion: Winston Peters and NZ First are goners come election night

    So goodbye Winston Peters. And likewise farewell New Zealand First. Come election night, Peters and his pals are goners. No question; no caveats; no qualifications. And, moreover, most deservedly so. Furthermore — if people are to be brutally honest — most thankfully so.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/john-armstrongs-opinion-winston-peters-and-nz-first-goners-come-election-night

    Labour’s patience with Peters has expired. Jacinda Ardern won’t need him on board for her second Administration to function effectively. She won’t want him on board.

    Peters is now persona non grata. He is also sleepwalking his way to irrelevance.

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    • Cindy, will be very careful bout bad mouthing Peters. He will know where all the bodies are buried and where the lawnmowers are stored.

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  7. A good article, simply explaining the choices and the traps of coping with the CCP virus.

    There seems to be a misguided sense of fairness going on.
    Rather than be seen to discriminate against older people – which is what the virus itself does – the medical establishment seems to want to make everyone suffer equally.
    So we end up with the farce of university students being forcibly confined to their halls of residence and told not to go home to their families, despite the fact that the illness poses little risk of serious illness to them.

    A better way forward would be to allow society to operate as normally as possible with guidelines and rules that limit our freedom as little as possible.
    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/502135-nhs-hysterical-covid-elderly/

    It seems that the word “age based apartheid”, as lefties know it to be so bad, that their reaction is so “pendulumic” that becomes totally unreasoned.
    The health system theorists wants every one to have an equality in outcome.

    Where have we heard a number of versions of this in NZ?

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    • On a somewhat related topic I received the following by e mail from a long time correspondent last night:

      Remember Martyn Bryant?

      Bryant’s defence lawyer was replaced because he was developing a defence for Bryant. He was replaced by a lawyer, subsequently convicted of fraud, who worked for the prosecution and not for Bryant. Bryant, with the mind of a 12 year old, was questioned day and night and threatened that he would never see his mother again if he did not plead guilty. Ultimately he did under extreme duress. He was not given a trial. If he had been with a half decent lawyer he would never have been convicted by a jury. He was a convenient patsy framed by a government that wanted to change the gun laws. He was supposed to die in a fire in a beach cottage. Somehow he got out alive and had to be made to plead guilty. The Crown could not afford a trial. Even one of the rifles he was supposed to have used had been handed into the police in a recovery program in Victoria! Bryant was left handed and had never used more than an air rifle. The shooter, obviously a highly trained military assassin, right handed, was able to count every shot in the magazine and change it with one cartridge in the breach. It is simply daft to suggest that Bryant could have done that. Bryant, and there is no evidence that he had a clue how to operate a military semi-automatic, would have been totally deafened and disoriented after the first or second shot in the enclosed cafe. I know from personal experience and seventy years of partial deafness, what happens when high powered rifles are fired in confined, and even semi-confined spaces. Somebody lured the two Port Arthur policemen to find an alleged drug cache. It was flour. Was Bryant smart enough to do that? Of course not. Local people who knew Bryant and saw the shooter knew that Bryant was not the shooter. As there was no trial they never gave evidence. The federal government could not have changed the gun laws without a massacre. An Australian politician said as much in their federal parliament. We had our massacre in Christchurch and our gun laws were changed. In Port Arthur they had a patsy. In Christchurch we had an Australian, Tarrant. Let us see what happens to Tarrant. What has happened to the enquiry about how Tarrant got a gun licence? No news so far. Will there ever be? Will he be sent back to Australia to serve his sentence, supposedly? Many things in politics smell like a long dead mullet. This is one of them.

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      • Thumbs up on the research, FF= False Flag Operation=Friendly Fucking=Friendly Fire, Having had the “live stream” examined bye an overseas military Intelligence organization, it can be reveled that its FAKE, filmed against a blue screen and containing multiple artifacts and complete with bugs.
        It wasnt even a good fake, which is no doubt why it was immediately banned.
        C.I.A. incompetence?
        Dont forget that Podesta the molesta and Crooked Killery (5.5 million D check) both where in country before this Op commenced if the GCSB where involved they woulda left a briefcase containing all the plans and some sandwichs behind in a taxi.
        The Clinton foundation is up too its ass in Criminal Investigations for Crimes against Children and Pay to Play bribery scandals, the list is endless and no one is Investigating the Ch-Ch massacre.

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      • Always one hell of co-incidence that Dunblane occurred 13 March 1996 and Port Arthur was 28 April 1996- 6 weeks later.
        Nothing before or since.

        I was surprised the Aramoana (13 Nov 1990) did not lead to any real action and it is one hell of a ‘mathematical alignment’ that all the mass murders in NZ between the early 1940s to 15 March 2019 occurred while Jim Bolger was PM. Aramoana, Ratima, Bain, Raurimu, Schlaepfer .
        No real action on guns but he found time to give us leaky homes, flog BNZ cheap to Australia, and pass the RMA.

        Thanks for that synopsis, Alice

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    • There is going to be a “Reeeee White Supremacy” scare campaign from Labour before election day. Covid Cindy is losing ground with the electorate too fast, they’re going to have to go for something big to change the narrative.

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      • Nah, they are too stuupid!
        They will get Twitty to do a big reveal and he will put his foot in it, again!
        Maybe they could get the black tracker, rev doctor clark or the duck or maybe roll out Megan.

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    • Publish in NZ, the “Censored manifesto”, of a well traveled man, through Pakistan, Israel, Turkey, Hungary, Bulgaria, France, Portugual, Poland, Iceland, North Korea (China), Bosnia, Montengreo, Croatia, Serbia and New Zealand.

      In the 74-page manifesto allegedly published by the 28-year-old on social media, he acknowledges that those experiences were overwhelmingly positive. “The varied cultures of the world greeted me with warmth and compassion, and I very much enjoyed nearly every moment I spent with them,” he wrote.
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2019/03/16/north-korea-pakistan-bulgaria-unusual-travels-new-zealand-shooting-suspect/

      What agenda drove him to be a cold blooded killer?
      Would a well traveled fish & chip wrapper know?

      One would think that now New Zealanders should not be allowed to travel, as they may come back with wrong ideas,
      Looking at you Mike Hunty. 😉
      There could be a point in that, when one considers how far a fish & chip wrapper traveled.

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  8. Predictions on new Labour party policy to be announced this week

    So I’m predicting that Covid Cindy is going to announce:
    – a trans-Tasman bubble with S. Australia and NSW in the near future
    – a repeal of the ERA
    – the establishment of a Border Control Agency
    – a reverse of the Oil & Gas ban
    – an independent review of the basket case Auckland Council
    – a reversal of the woke “Wellbeing” Budget nonsense
    – rolling back the Polytechnic merger
    – Charter schools will be re-introduced
    – fix overseas development in the Pacific more employment less spent on pasifika unions for capacity building

    I could have a mole in the Labour Party offices (or maybe I’m just listening to Mike Hosking who has Judith Collins for the morning and I’m hearing lots of very sensible policy ideas). Miraculoulsly Cindy’s going to have to rush-announce some policies to keep up with Judith’s momentum – no wonder they wanted early voting to avoid people finding out how little is on offer from Labour.

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    • Can’t reverse policies,they would be seen to be ‘wrong’ about something.
      ‘They’ are never wrong,everyone else is.

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      • ‘They’ are never wrong,everyone else is.

        i.e. when Chuck Norris does a push up, he isn’t lifting himself up, he’s pushing the Earth down

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  9. Good nobody hurt in the fires. Houses can be rebuilt.

    Up to 50 ‘structures’ destroyed as crews continue fighting Lake Ōhau fire
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/crews-continue-fighting-lake-ohau-fire-thats-destroyed-least-20-properties?auto=6197376535001

    Fire crews worked overnight after a massive blaze tore through the idyllic lakeside spot. The flames forced hundreds of people to flee in the early hours of yesterday morning, after the fire broke out on Saturday.

    This morning Fire and Emergency’s Mike Grant told TVNZ’s Breakfast between “40 and 50 structures” have been destroyed in the blaze.

    Grant said 40 other properties weren’t damaged.

    Another six properties were evacuated north of the village last night as a precautionary measure.

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    • They are saying that there could be a shitload of fires down there. They had another one last month.
      The place will be a tinderbox just waiting for a spark, this coming sumer and every year coming.
      The reason is Eugene Sage chucking farmers of the land and no grazing to reduce the fuel load!
      Bloody greenies again burning 20 odd houses and ruing peoples lives!

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      • I haven’t seen any reports or speculation on how several fires have started across the McKenzie, north of Christchurch and up in Golden Bay. Are they accidental or do we have fire bugs in these communities?

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    • Get it right please WG

      Violent white supremacists are threating rioting outside Walter Reed Hospital as racial tensions rise (we must continue to differentiate fascistic Trump demagogue criminals from “Mainly Peaceful” Antifa and BLM concerned citizens).

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  10. Are they sending out those cards, we take along to the voting booths, for this election? We have not seen them. If not, what voter ID is required ?

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      • My last question Reaper was slightly sarcastic but surely I cannot just rock up and say my name and address or my mates/ neighbours /Joe Blogg’s name and address !! If so , I can see all sorts of games being played.

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        • Yes, yes of course. In fact if you were a good socialist you’d be so keen to register that you’d (totally by accident mind you) register twice with a slight spelling error in your name (kind of like putting “Martin” one time and then “Martyn” the next time) then you could vote twice.

          Voter Fraud Are Us is replacing the Labour party “Let’s get Moving” slogan.

          Hard to believe it was that easy to bring voter fraud into NZ eh? Ballot harvesting comes to NZ. Vote early so some labour bastard can’t rock up on voting day and use your ID.

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      • “just know your name and address.”

        >That might be a challenge for many Liebour voters.
        Hence the card!!!

        Received one this morning.
        I don’t recall having one before and – Rosco- did rock up without ID.
        Long thinking that was a weak system and often wondered if they would find out about double voting if there was no recount.
        We know there has never been punishment for voter fraud in NZ so the upside of multi voting has to be tempting given there are no real repercussions.

        Voting is easier than getting $10 out of your own bank account.
        It is too easy to defraud.

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        • Given the party vote is more important than the electorate vote, at the end of the day, I think multiple voting would not get picked up easily, as a recount is only likely to occur for a close electorate result.
          So if people want to game the system they vote multiple times with the party vote they want but make sure the electorate vote goes to a candidate that has no show of winning.

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          • Back in the day – all polling booth returns were checked on a master roll – any plural voting is picked up quite easily.
            Would presume still happens as I recall there was some last election of memory.

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    • We received our quick vote cards last week. Possibly yours is still in the mail? Did you receive the earlier enrolment pack from the electoral commission? If not then they haven’t got your correct address?

      Contact details for commission:
      0800 36 76 56
      or visit vote.nz – guess that is their email?

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      • I am sure it is in the mail WG, but I was really just having a dig at the fact that voting booths are open but they have not managed to get the cards out to everyone, on time.
        As Sooty says it is reminiscent of the Census stuff up.

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    • I lost mine and pitched up to the voting booth with no ID – they have all your info on line creepy!

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  11. The police of Sadiq Khan in London back the “heckler’s veto” to stop ‘free speech’ questioning, and this time to aid muslim blasphemy sharia.

    A BBC article describes it as ‘the home of free speech.’ The history of the place stretches back to an Act of Parliament in 1872 which sets aside this part of Hyde Park for public speaking.
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    The list of those known to have spoken there includes Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, George Orwell, George Bernard Shaw, Winston Churchill, Billy Graham, Lord Soper, and Tony Benn.
    Anyone can turn up unannounced and speak on almost any topic they like, though they may well have to cope with heckling. ……
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    ….. There is no doubt that Hatun was being provocative. That is her style.
    To be quite honest, if you are not provocative at Speakers’ Corner, then no one will bother listening to you.
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    Those who go there expect provocative things to be said and done. That is the nature of the place.
    Muslims are routinely provocative in their criticism of Christianity at Speakers’ Corner, as is their right. …..
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    ….. The police action effectively enforced sharia law at Speakers’ Corner. They acted to protect Islam from criticism.
    Ostensibly they were merely acting to protect a brave but vulnerable woman – but their action also served to silence her.
    .
    It should have been those making threats who were removed, not Hatun. ……

    https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/sharia-law-at-speakers-corner-as-christian-critic-of-muslims-is-removed-by-police/

    The London police have form on this, and just like rounding up that German Doctor that spoke at Trafalgar Square freedom day protest, the other day.
    All part of silencing “free speech”

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  12. NZ Election 2020: National’s Judith Collins hits back at ‘abusive’ criticism over pre-vote prayer
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/election-2020-national-s-judith-collins-hits-back-at-abusive-criticism-over-pre-vote-prayer.html

    But Collins disagrees because she says she never invited the reporters in to photograph her. Speaking to Newstalk ZB on Monday morning, she rejected the accusation of politicisation.

    “No I’m not. In fact, I thought that was quite abusive frankly. I’ve been an Anglican all my life. I was brought up as such and we just happen to be voting in a church because our church is open on Sunday,” she said.

    “Some people like to contemplate about various things, they like to meditate, and for me once a day I find it very helpful, particularly at the end of the day; I just happened to be at an Anglican church – I was hardly going to turn it down.”

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    • If Judith Collins gave a kid a chocolate it would be reported she is promoting unhealthy eating…. Fuck the MSM

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    • The funniest part of that article was Winston making biblical references. It was like a used car dealer or journalist giving a lecture on honesty.

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    • Leighton Smith interviewed the guy from the Democracy Institute on one of his podcasts a few weeks back. He explained how their polling differs a little from the norm. Their track record of accuracy is good —I’d take their predictions over the others, any day

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    • When has Fruity been right about elections in the last four years?
      Wrong on Trump 2016, Brexit; Boris; ScoMo
      You name it.

      Has the former Farrar had his body inhabited by Wrongly Wrongson?

      Sounds like Fruity is so full of hate it is trying to escape his body and causing side splitting pain.
      He has been hospitalised because of it !!

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    • I am pretty sure I have mentioned it here befroe but in any case I have certainly mentioned it elsewhere particularly on Going Postal “Tucker for President 2024”

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    • And My God the Left are absolutely losing their shit over Spitting Image taking the mickey out of their Princess!

      A selection of a few I found-

      “This should be banned”
      “Probably made by Trump supporters”
      “This is exactly the kind of Misogynistic Hate Speech we need to eliminate in Aotearoa”

      Hilarious! The freaking BBC are apparently ‘Trump Supporters’ now according to our Looney Left…

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  13. Not sure if rural dwellers get the Farmers Weekly throughout the land but there is an insert today by Derek Daniell about farming ,climate and the abuse of farmers.
    It can be downloaded from wairererams.co.nz

    A really great article.

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  14. Well, that’s it done for another election, just been to cast my vote. My God there are a lot of loony tunes parties on the ballot paper most of which I have never even heard of until this morning. Lucky the choice is so clear.

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  15. Plod try to pull up a man in his car, but he thought it was unsafe to stop as there was yellow lines on the side of the road. So he continued on for a bit further! They fined him,
    So my advise is if there are yellow lines, stop in the middle of the road, lock the doors and wind the window down just enough to pass the driving license thru!

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    • I had that last year
      Cnr of St Lukes Rd and Western Springs road.
      I was crossing right into W Springs Rd and a legitimate manoeuvre.
      A geezer flew down the hill and just missed me and continued on.
      There was pig filth right there and instead of pursuing the offender – too difficult as they had were behind and would have had to do a U turn across 5.30 pm traffic and catch the person, set off after me.
      Siren on, there is a bend and broken yellow lines so I turned on indicator, drove slowly until I could stop in a safe spot.
      The stupid bitch in uniform came up and acted all tough. All 5 ft 3 and 65 kg.

      Got all heavy on me. I asked why they were picking on me.
      she burbled on and admitted the other person was at fault.
      she went on about me not stopping soon enough.
      There was no purpose; so I said it was all on a car cam including her, so give me a ticket and we will meet in court where she can present her case, or go and catch criminals.
      The piggy tart stalked off.

      They’re such a useless bunch of pigs in this country.
      If it happened again I’ll say I’m Antifa …so a protected species.
      I’m all for equality but the stupid little girlies they have put in the pig farce in the last few years in NZ are a waste of space.

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    • howitis; Good to hear the car cam paid for itself. 🙂

      The Council parking system could not get this guy. 🙂

      After a five hour stand-off, peace was brokered when the officers’ superiors relented and agreed the car could be left with Peter.
      http://www.mr-mehra.com/2020/10/in-drivers-seat-furious-porsche-owner.html

      Who turned out nicer than one first thought.

      Lucky the cops were not turned on them for breaking covid rules?
      Like sharing a cup of tea & sandwiches with the tow truck driver.

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      • It is the Cobra radar detector that has paid for itself, for sure.
        I went Auckland to Rotorua in Feb and took someone else.
        He was surprised at how often it was triggered.
        Sometimes in built up areas it is security cameras.

        The car cam is mainly for any insurance purposes.
        Good deal from Jaycar.

        A month ago when I was driving Akl to Wgtn just after HomeD-time-for-all and days after the pigs announced zero tolerance on speed it was like the NZSO.
        Pinged 6 times in the first 85 km to the Hgy 25/2 split.
        I use the cruise control now and it is easy on open road.

        The lockdowns and congested Auckland roads esp after Harbour bridge damage must be affecting their revenue targets.
        The zero tolerance was desperate cry for help from Antifa’s personal body guards !!

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        • Thanks howitis,
          Does that car cam also record sound? like the cop “chatting” to you?

          Cruise control has saved my bacon many times too.
          Sort of amusing when figuring the car in front of you must be running on cruise control too, as they maintain the speed through corners and up hills.

          The cops seem to be out and about at all hours, particularly during the lock-down, and often at night, on provincial highways.

          The maintenance of the roads seems to be going backwards too.
          Seem to be barely putting the bare minimum foundation, and often inadequate, nor considering a good drainage system, where a repair section has been done, as in just a couple of years, it is chopping up again.

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  16. I don’t see why the unions/Labour have a problem with 90 day trials as it provides an incentive for employers to give an employee a chance they may not have got otherwise. Is it just them being bloody minded because it is a Nats policy?

    Judith Collins: Ninety-day trials could help businesses give people of ‘different ethnicity’ a chance
    National leader Judith Collins says 90-day trials can give employers the confidence to take more chances when hiring, including hiring people from different ethnicities.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/judith-collins-ninety-day-trials-could-help-businesses-give-people-different-ethnicity-chance

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    • FFS ,How can this be fair TVNZ giving Ardern the use of our TV network to blatantly campaign whilst the creature is meant to be doing a Covid stand up ,I fucking detest this smelly skinny bastard, she doesn’t own NZ ,,YET.

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    • And Alliance is still floating about too apparently 😂

      I’m voting Election Day, Saturday 17 October.

      Going to an Act support meeting this week.

      Party vote Act 2020 ☑️

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      • Well can I suggest, give yourself plenty of time Waikatogirl. I arrived at the polling booth across the road from our home – no one there. Was told by an over the top official I had to wash my hands before voting. I was seething and didn’t want to cause a scene and am sure people can’t do things to impede your ability to vote. My hands were clean as I had just left home – clearly I wasn’t holding my phone and was asked if I had done my QR code. It was a long frustrating process and would be a disaster on the 17th. FYI the previous referendum votes were sticking out of the box, anyone could have pulled them out and amended them … idiots

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        • Thanks for the hat tip close hen counters. So only entitled to vote once we have jumped through the hoops! I hate to give in to the control freaks, jumped up clipboard warriors! I will consider voting a little earlier to beat the crowds of hand wringers.

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  17. I am listening in retrospect to the 1pm party political broadcast. It is the most blatant I gave seen thus far. Taking a dig at the opposition, prompting her agenda. And the other Minister being present. I feel a complaint to the Broadcasting Standards is needed.

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  18. New Zealand’s new trust laws set to surprise beneficiaries – lawyer
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2020/10/new-zealand-s-new-trust-laws-set-to-surprise-beneficiaries-lawyer.html

    He said many trustees would undoubtedly be challenged by the changes and may choose to resign or wind-up a trust rather than comply with new regulations.

    However, he said trustees would need to get cracking to address any issues, as it would take time to get their affairs in order before the end of January.

    Orr said trustees should read the legislation and seek legal advice.

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  19. Magic Talk on alcohol in quarantine hotels. Four bottles of beer or a bottle of wine delivered daily but the control freaks are taking the caps and screw top lids from the bottles before delivery so lock-ins cannot stockpile. Talk about “managed isolation”.

    How’s your managed isolation going Mike? 🍻🍻

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    • Now, Im staying at the same hotel as that guy who called..Clayton I think was his name.
      No, they do not take the caps of the bottles..beer or wine.
      However there is a limit of one 750ml bottle of vino per day, 4 bottles of beer per day and 4 of something else.
      The welcome pack explains all the rules. When you want to exercise you give your room number and name and wander outside. You go walkies for as long as you want..albeit around in circles. You are monitored by 2 or 3 army folk so that you keep your 2m distance. When you have finished you come back inside, give your name and room number again and go back to your room. Ive also had 3 phone calls in the time Ive been here from front desk checking on my mental state and asking if I need any help. There is also a Nurses station on the second floor where you can go if you are feeling a bit off. Thats where they do the covid tests. I think Clayton should just STFU and thank his lucky stars he is being well looked after. He doesnt get to call the shots. I bet he has short mans disease.

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  20. Last time I looked almost nobody at 21 year old dies while socialising with his mates

    Young man was playing music with friends in Auckland park before being found dead
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/young-man-playing-music-friends-in-auckland-park-before-being-found-dead

    A young man whose death is being investigated as a homicide was playing music with friends at an Auckland park before being found dead.

    “Police have fielded several calls from members of the public and our detectives are currently working through this information.

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  21. $220 million from the “Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility.” I take that is good old taxpayer funding Robbo is talking about.

    New covered stadium in Christchurch takes huge step forward with funding signed off by Govt, local council

    A covered, 25,000-seat stadium in Christchurch has taken another step forward in its development today with the Government and local council agreeing to jointly fund the project.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/new-covered-stadium-in-christchurch-takes-huge-step-forward-funding-signed-off-govt-local-council

    The stadium’s projected building cost is $473 million which has now been split into two, with the Christchurch City Council to contribute $253 million alongside government funding of $220 million from the Christchurch Regeneration Acceleration Facility.

    “I’m very happy that we can contribute to lifting the economic activity for Christchurch with such a valuable community focussed project and I look forward to the day when we can come and watch sport and listen to music in the arena,” Finance and Sports Minister Grant Robertson said.

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      • I blame 3 pies Wood.

        Someone should contact Jenny Craig for
        her as she is huge !!!!!

        Very short of breath !!!!!

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        • Think its 10 pies Wood TJF, no one got that fat on only three. Its not looking good for either her or Robbo either. What is with all the free food down there? Some are so obviously greedy bastards with faces literally in the trough.

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  22. NZ Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern blasted for criticising Opposition during COVID-19 standup
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-jacinda-ardern-blasted-for-criticising-opposition-during-covid-19-standup.html

    Jacinda Ardern is being accused of “politicising the COVID-19 response” after criticising Opposition policies during her COVID-19 announcement.

    She also used the questions and answers afterwards to criticise the Opposition, saying some of their COVID-19 policies put the country at risk.

    She followed this up with her verdict on National’s housing policies.

    But Ardern’s response has come under return fire from the Opposition, with both ACT leader David Seymour and National leader Judith Collins unleashing on the Prime Minister.

    “Hey, how’s it okay for Miss Ardern to use her 1pm COVID spot to criticise National’s housing policy and to misrepresent National’s border policy? Hats anyone? Which one today?” Collins tweeted.

    And Seymour accused Ardern of being unable to tell the difference between crisis management and political campaigning.

    “The Prime Minister should have spent more time preparing our defences so a single outbreak didn’t require two months of damaging restrictions instead of lecturing us from the podium.”

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    • There was a review of MMP that went nowhere.
      Reviews mean nothing.
      To make massive changes would be to admit they got it wrong.

      Notional are useless at Local Govt.
      They created the problem in Auckland in the first place – Fecking god-bothering, child farmer Bolger again -by disbanding the Auckland Regional Council in 1992 just after it was formed in 1989.
      They never touched Wellington – with all the nasty lefty freeloaders like Fran Wilde and Chris Laidlaw; or Canterbury etc.

      if Notional touch Local Govt they will fuck it up.
      Again.
      As certain as night and day.

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  23. New CCP Virus quarantine booking system will not let you book past this Novembef!
    Reason, labour reckon you will not have to quarantine then. Simple. Ain’t that neat!
    That dead cat bounce again, eh cindy!

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  24. So was the pimp charged?

    Judge slammed after saying 66-year-old who had sex with 15-year-old was ‘satisfying needs’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/10/judge-slammed-after-saying-66-year-old-who-had-sex-with-15-year-old-was-satisfying-needs.html

    Advocates for reducing sexual violence against children have expressed frustration after two men were sentenced to home detention in a Northland sex trafficking case.

    Owen James Sigley, 66, and Michael Cornelis Weitenberg, 55, were sentenced to nine months and six months home detention respectively at the Kaikohe District Court on Monday, and were forced to pay reparations.

    Spokesperson Mike Shaw said the sentence was no deterrent against child sex offending.

    Another man involved in this case will appear in the High Court in Whangarei next year.

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    • Everything I’ve read about the case suggests that the defendants were a couple of dirty old men trying to get their rocks off but got caught. But fair go:

      ……”The men didn’t know the couple involved was a 35-year-old man and his underage partner, a 15-year-old girl.”…….

      I’d sure love to know what happened to the “35 yo man”. Sounds like a complete arsehole but with our weird way of applying name suppression to protect the victim & the move to marae justice I doubt that we’ll ever be much wiser than now.

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      • I should have remembered the rest of it WG. From https://www.nzherald.co.nz/northern-advocate/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503450&objectid=12358598

        …….”An Auckland church minister will be sentenced in the Kaikohe District Court in October for his part in a Northland under-age sex ring. Michael Cornelis Weitenberg, 55, of Mairangi Bay, pleaded guilty in the Kaikohe District Court earlier this month to receiving commercial sexual services from a 15-year-old.”……..

        …….”The Facebook page of the Futurecaster Church in Albany, which has been taken down, described Weitenberg as a church founder, senior elder and prophet.”…….

        Yet another case of a religious leader who can’t keep his cock out of little girls ticklish bits while defining morals for the mental defectives of his congregation. Amazingly enough there are still people who wonder why I despise religion & the gullible idiots who believe in it.

        The pieces of shit can’t help themselves.

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        • Hey look at the brights side, he wasn’t a Catholic….. but as to the rest of your sentiments, can’t disagree.

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        • “described Weitenberg as a church founder, senior elder and prophet.”

          A prophet..
          …did he not foresee this outcome?

          will the congregation get a partial refund?

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      • The 35 year old was the one I referred to as her “pimp” as that is what he was doing to the child. Might be ‘normal’ in some circles. Doesn’t make it right.

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      • Doubtlessly. It’ll be a matter of supply & demand.

        Look at the number of religious freaks we have.

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      • I down ticked due to the snowflake comment. Yes possibly there are plenty of young girls on the game. Snowflake was uncalled for.

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    • That would piss off Ron Mark.
      He and his 2 army mates got done back in the day when he was 17, and the other two males were 17 and 18.
      The two girls were 15 yrs and 9 months and 15 yrs and 10 months so literally weeks off legal and already ‘boy friendly’
      When he was at Trentham camp and the girls were Wairarapa gals .

      Now that would not be an issue for the 17 yr olds with the 2 year difference rule
      I always wondered who squealed.

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      • Ron Mark would have been 17 in 1971 & I’m not certain that the two year difference rule applied then. That said prosecutions in that era were rare & nearly always at the insistence of the girl’s parents.

        It was an age when “shotgun” weddings weren’t exactly rare. That I can attest to from personal experience. 🙂

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        • My wording was poor.
          The two year diff rule came in under Aunty Hulun in nthe 2000s.
          It did not apply then.

          To clarify, I think it was pretty rotten for these young guys as the girls were ‘active’ already.
          These guys just happened to get put in the frame.
          No intent to discredit Ron Mark and his companions over this.
          He did alright considering the start he had in life.

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          • …..”I think it was pretty rotten for these young guys as the girls were ‘active’ already”…..

            Couldn’t agree more. My original comment was aimed straight at the heart of cunts who say one thing but practice another. Some call them hypocrites but many call them “Father” or “Reverend”.

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  25. they made a $140 billion mistake and it seems to have gone pretty much unchallenged,

    NZ Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern fires up at ACT for making same error as National in economic plan
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-jacinda-ardern-fires-up-at-act-for-making-same-error-as-national-in-economic-plan.html

    Ardern said on Monday political parties cannot be “cavallier” when campaigning, especially when New Zealand is in an economic recession.

    “We are here in the middle of a campaign that will be about our economic recovery and my pitch to New Zealanders is that we cannot afford to risk changing course right now, particularly when the two Opposition parties in this campaign have $8 billion holes that they cannot account for,” she said.

    “That, to me, says that their economic plans are risky.”

    ACT leader David Seymour said Opposition parties have been forced to keep up with Labour’s rapid spending.

    “Our figures were correct at the time they were published. This is the problem with Labour – they’re spending money so quickly nobody can keep up. We need to get rid of them before they bankrupt the country.”

    Labour has been dealing with its own blunder, after it released its economic plan with a $140 billion typo, due to an error in a graph where it should have shown debt as a percentage of GDP rather than in dollar terms.

    “We got absolutely pulverised for a $4 million mistake, but they made a $140 billion mistake and it seems to have gone pretty much unchallenged, so it’s an odd environment we are working in,” National’s deputy leader Gerry Brownlee told Magic Talk.

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  26. Tax on rents generated from rental properties is deckchairs on the Titanic stuff. There is one fact & one fact only driving the shortage of rental accommodation & the ridiculous cost of new builds which filters sown to the cost of used housing stock. This is groundbreaking stuff for anyone who hasn’t learned to read or write but must be stated.

    We’re not building houses in sufficient numbers to accommodate the deadbeats we breed & the no-hopers we allow to immigrate.

    Free up land. Drop ridiculous building standards. Bring back State Advances loans. Do whatever your ideological fantasies give you warm feelings in your tummies.

    But please don’t try to kid anyone that creating more landlords helps the situation.

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    • How about stop paying ferals to breed. If they didn’t have so may kids having kids, all needing homes, the problem will go away.

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      • ……” stop paying ferals to breed”……

        It would help. Enormously.

        Yet our political masters are hellbent on increasing our population through immigration until the last vestiges of NZ as we knew it are fucked.

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  27. Anyone else find Chris Carter unbearable on HDPAs front bench. Jacinda could be shagging goats and beheading children and he’d still find something positive to say … “Just getting into the feel of Islam, you know, its not tht bad, and the kids probably deserve it….”

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    • I remember this useless prick running from the news media and hiding in the National party rooms at Parliament.

      Even his colleagues hated him !!!!!

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  28. China’s resource domination is reshaping geopolitics. In 2010, China halved its export quotas for rare earths, and also reportedly banned their sale to Japan following a trawler incident near Japan’s Senkaku Islands, which China calls the Diaoyu Islands and claims as its own. The episode awakened other leading economies to the fact that a major competitor and rival controlled 97% of the global supply of these vital inputs for magnets, glass, electronics, defense systems, wind turbines, and hybrid and electric vehicles.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/opinion/107346/sophia-kalantzakos-urges-rich-country-governments-develop-effective-strategies-free

    Foretelling China’s grip on the world.

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    • Oh well no threat to petrol or diesel cars.
      It is OK then.
      Can use composites in place of glass and the new fangled windscreens are anyway.
      Expensive damn things in some cases.

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  29. Give this Judge a raise.
    We need more common sense like this. Praise to the Jury as well.
    A man can now defend his castle at last.

    A Hamilton jury has cleared a Kawhia man of multiple charges after a group of intruders smashed their way into his home looking to steal drugs.

    Orren Scott Williams, 38, has been on trial in the High Court at Hamilton for the past two weeks defending one charge of murder and three of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after the incident at his Harbour Rd home on June 6, last year.

    Faalili Moleli Fauatea, 23, died after being shot in the back while Shaun Te Kanawa, Grayson Toilolo and Joe Tumaialu all received gunshot wounds.

    The jury found him not guilty of both murder and manslaughter.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?objectid=12370391&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=nzh_fb&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR2is4tK9vOrkEjeTxskEV36IzJOjhgR3P7ghJ0xhSQ170jQmjuwNFcJ58Y#Echobox=1601868120

    The jury returned their verdicts at 4pm today.

    All verdicts were unanimous.

    Williams and his wife, Taryn, hugged in the public gallery as he was released from the dock by Justice Mary Peters.

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    • From V2’s link:

      ……”The Crown had argued that Williams was angry and “shooting to kill” as the four men fled his home after smashing their way in armed with a machete and shotgun.”……

      According to the Crown we are supposed to believe that shooting the garbage when outnumbered four to one with his missus already badly assaulted is unreasonable.

      We no longer live in a real world. The time is well overdue to introduce a bulletproof “castle” defence that allows a man to defend his property & family in any way he sees fit.

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    • What is Mr Williams Address?
      A fine candidate to courier a dozen beers to.
      Also a fine candidate for NZer of the year.

      More deserving of the Nobel Piece (sic) Prize than Obummer.
      That African warlord killed many, many Middle Easterners.

      “The Crown had submitted that grievous bodily harm was a no-brainer when someone fires a high-powered firearm towards people and a car.”
      Q. Who the hell has got no brains?
      A. The Crown.
      They have an armed invasion of his house, beat up his wife …
      Eggs.
      “Taryn was also dragged into the lounge after being hit in the back with the butt of the shotgun and held at gunpoint as she sat on her knees with her head down.’
      That whole fecking Crown Law orifice should resign right now.

      Might have to add a keg for Mr Williams for this one
      >>It was then that Williams jumped up grabbing a taiaha and swinging it wildly at the gunman
      Awesome!

      We need a Castle Doctrine.

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  30. ECB Trademarks “Digital Euro” As It Begins Experiments On Digital Currency Launch

    Just two weeks ago, Cleveland Fed president Loretta Mester hinted at just how close the US is to a comprehensive overhaul of the entire fiat system when she said that “legislation has proposed that each American have an account at the Fed in which digital dollars could be deposited, as liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks, which could be used for emergency payments.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/ecb-trademarks-digital-euro-it-begins-experiments-digital-currency-launch

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  31. AP catching up after a good, solid day’s work and
    some bourbon to relax. Great reading through today’s
    HYS thoughts and opinions. There is NO better forum
    than this one where good, decent people can say whatever
    they like without fear of being villified or ripped apart
    by unintelligent, woke leftist piss ants.

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    • ……”There is NO better forum than this one”……

      It’s hard to beat.

      ……”where good, decent people can say whatever
      they like without fear of being villified or ripped apart”……

      Only with the proviso that they are socially conservative, hate drugs other than alcohol, accept Baby Jesus into their hearts without question & believe that the Roman Catholic church owns women’s bodies.

      Anyone not covered by the above description is downticked by gutless, anonymous freaks who are unable to put up an argument to support their fuckwittery.

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      • Very interesting your concept Nasska, I am unclear why you post on here if that is how you feel. I’m not a member of the Catholic Church, don’t believe the church owns women’s bodies, what people do in the privacy of their own homes is fine by me, as long as it doesn’t require our health system to fund them to live a normal or semi normal life. Baby Jesus? well who knows, most people don’t comment on their religious beliefs either yes or no, sorry you feel this way. I mostly enjoy your comments.

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  32. Report Finds UN Employs 3,300 Pedophiles, Responsible for 60,000 Rapes

    A former United Nations aid boss has blown the whistle on pedophilia within the United Nations, releasing a disturbing report that claims the UN employs “at least 3,300 pedophiles” and says UN staff have carried out at least 60,000 rapes in the last decade while indulging in unchecked sex abuse around the world under the protection of the international organization.

    Former senior United Nations official Andrew Macleod made the bombshell claims in a dossier handed over to British DFID Secretary Priti Patel last year.

    https://newspunch.com/report-un-pedophiles-rapes/

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    • Not really news.
      It was happening in the Balkans in 1999.
      The UN are a very dodgy outfit.
      The people they send in to damaged countries are often themselves damaged goods.

      Haiti 2010.

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    • They are controlled by the far left. Of course they rape kids.

      There are countless examples of the UN doing this.

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