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  1. The journalists are keeping quiet on this, not wanting to rock the boat, as the article shows the 2018 poll shows its 3 strikes popularity.

    Ardern has finally released a justice policy that outlines steps towards transformation.
    And yes, that includes repealing the three strikes law.

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/labour-finally-talks-justice

    Then the rest of the article is mumble mumble, and such a puzzle.

    ….. three-pronged approach needed to start fixing the justice system.
    Broader changes to policy and community-based service delivery also make up parts of the puzzle. …..
    …… deliverable initiatives and services, as well as long-term plans. …..
    ….. commitments include implementing its criminal justice reforms and responding to the recommendations from Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata, in an effort to address the drivers of crime. ………

    then more roll outs, extended, expanded, with focus etc., etc..

    “The old ways have failed us over decades,” Ardern said.
    Oh such kindness, full of well being for all. 🙁

    A 2018 poll, conducted by victims rights group the Sensible Sentencing Trust, found 68 percent approved of the law, 20 percent disapproved, and 12 percent were unsure or declined to answer.

    Also more here on that last quote.
    https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO2010/S00132/labour-chooses-blind-ideology-over-public-safety.htm

    Where is the campaign on this issue? where even a very high % of Labour Party voters understand and support 3 strikes.
    Posters, Bill boards, articles, comments, need to go up about this.

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    • How odd, not a squeak about law and order this election. Where is Winston banging his usual electoral drum and where are the Nat’s? Law and order is one of their base electoral promotional policies. Have we all turned to virtue signalling ninnies or don’t National want to upset any snowflakes voters?

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  2. Dr David Nabarro from the WHO appealed to world leaders yesterday, telling them to stop “using lockdowns as your primary control method” of the coronavirus.

    He also claimed that the only thing lockdowns achieved was poverty

    “Lockdowns just have one consequence that you must never ever belittle, and that is making poor people an awful lot poorer,” he said.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/covid-19-coronavirus-world-health-organisation-backflips-on-virus-stance-by-condemning-lockdowns/DQMBCUNNRCHCBLCITIMKOYXLRU/

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  3. Judith gets a hard time for saying “Talofa” because she’s not Samoan (although her husband is half Samoan). This by a bunch of whities who start every sentence with “Kia Ora”, and have a leader who dresses up as a Muslim. Go figure.

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  4. Scamdemic reaching new heights of hypocrisy

    So it’s OK for dirty, diseased socialists to congregate shoulder to shoulder during Level 2 for a BLM protest …….. but it’s not OK for anti-lockdown protesters to peaceably assemble also during Level 2?

    It’s OK for the PM to have endless selfies taken without any social distancing…….. but Trump is a dangerous lunatic for taking his mask off when he’s on the balcony of the White House all alone outdoors?

    There has to be strict contract tracing, hand-sanitising and social distancing to be allowed to vote, but on the same day …… 30,000 spectators can go and sit shoulder to shoulder for 2 hours beside total strangers at a rugby match, no contract tracing, no compulsory hand sanitising, no social distancing?

    The only question I have is, how fucking stupid do our fellow NZers have to be not to see through all this bullshit?

    We’re long overdue on having ‘competency to vote’ testing.

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    • On the referenda I’m thinking of voting out of spite.

      Chloe’s want’s to have as her life’s work that she legalised dope. Well, I’m voting to shit on that.

      Seymour failed Charter Schools because he fucked around so much on EoL, I’m voting against it to punish the little prick for being so small-time as to fail on the most important issue of our generation by being distracted on a third-tier issue.

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      • Wasn’t ever going to win with Charter Schools against the Marxisits.
        You can add the Nats. under the Catholics to that as well.

        Run, run runaway, live to fight another day.

        i.e. p[ick your fights.
        DP you should be able to figure that out surley?

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  5. You may have noticed Jethro has been very quiet lately and taken a back seat to the Marxist chicks pork barrel largesses. It is confirmed that he has been given the title of “carrier of the handbag”.

    Apart from suffering his public humiliations for indiscretions with a third party he has been told to “zip it sweetie” concerning comments. This is at the risk of being given the evil eye by H2 the power behind the throne and a one way trip to the tower.

    Beaware that should HRH be re-elected there will be no stopping Jethro. TV one or Three will snap him up…. This will increase TV sales as many will be smashed by thrown bricks.

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    • Labour haved trundled Jethro out a couple of times, like the opening of labour grab an arse, any arse whill do and at Gissy to try and make it look like it’s all kisses and giggles in that family!
      Jethro is between a rock and a hard place as he relys on the lefty media to keep his media career afloat. I think he will be sunk by the scum sucking up to covid cindy!

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  6. A trucker’s sitting in a truckstop, quietly eating a ham sandwich and drinking a mug of beer while reading the Wall Street Journal.
    Well, there’s a commotion in the parking lot as three tough bikers roar in on their chopped Harleys. The trucker hardly looks up from his meal, even when the three dudes burst through the doors and yell for beer. It’s quite obvious that they’re spoiling for a fight.
    The first biker stomps up to the trucker, snatches his sandwich from his plate, and swallows the whole thing. The trucker barely looks up from his newspaper.
    The second biker grabs the trucker’s mug of beer and spits into it. Still, the trucker does nothing.
    The third biker, bolder than the other two, grabs the guy’s Journal and throws it to the ground. The trucker slowly gets off his stool, retrieves his newspaper and walks out of the bar, back to his truck.
    Frustrated at their inability to provoke a fight, the three sit down at the bar and growl. The bartender comes up with a beer for each of them. “Didja see that-ere trucker?” one of the bikers asks. “Man, that dude was lame-o. Didn’t even try ta hit meh when I done grabbed ‘is stupid paper!”
    The bartender looks out the window to the parking lot, where the trucker is pulling out. He chuckles. “Not only is he a wimp, boys, he’s also a bad driver. He just backed over three parked motorcycles!”

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  7. Breonna Taylor was no sweet unicorn.
    Just another thug, raised to marxist status of hero in cultural BLM and leveraged.
    The “Breonna Taylor law” came out of her shooting.

    “MORE BREONNA TAYLOR EVIDENCE EXPOSED”
    https://youtu.be/qI5tRhL2Row
    5 mins : 49 secs : Premiered Oct 9, 2020

    Is the cult of BLM also subverting NZ academia, media and the CoL politicians.
    The “heros” of drugs, money, guns, ready to do personal damage to others, that get the vote now, and so would not deserve 3 strikes? 🙁

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  8. Government ‘s facial recognition deal throws access to it wide open

    The government has done a deal over facial recognition technology that throws access to it wide open.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/government-s-facial-recognition-deal-throws-access-wide-open

    The Department of Internal Affairs has signed a master agreement with a leading global biometrics tech supplier that just about any organisation, public or private, can be allowed to join.

    The agreement was signed in December 2018, though it has taken until now for the department to get its new DXC-managed system running.

    The deal is far-ranging, dreamt up by Internal Affairs in mid-2017, signed off by the minister, and is now open to:

    Many public agencies have automatic access, or local councils can opt in
    Other public agencies can ask to join
    Any private organisation can seek approval to join, from Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

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  9. NZ Election 2020: Judith Collins doing ‘heavy lifting’ while team failing her – Trish Sherson
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-judith-collins-doing-heavy-lifting-while-team-failing-her-trish-sherson.html

    Former ACT Party staffer and political commentator Trish Sherson says Collins has done some heavy lifting since she took over National’s leadership from Todd Muller in July.

    Sherson suggests it’s National’s team that’s failed, not Collins herself.

    “You’d have to say she was the woman for the hour and, man, has she done some heavy lifting,” Sherson told The AM Show on Monday morning.

    “When you’re in a 100 metre sprint, you literally want your team cheering for you on the side but her team’s been lobbing in the odd grenade and ankle tapping her. Even look at last week – the shambles with Denise Lee having a crack at her.

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    • Another one of John Key’s little toxic time bombs. Everything that wanker did is poison. From pizza with Obama in Hawaii to the flag distraction. What a waste of 9 years. Globalist NWO wanker – why did he run away when Trump was elected?

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      • I agree.
        National are a fucking shambles.
        Muller and Kaye’s epic fail at leadership was one of the most astonishing flops in New Zealand Political History.
        An absolute fucking disgrace.

        I still desperately want them to win on Saturday though….

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        • The trouble was caused when Muller, Kaye, Adam’s etc got in the way with their STUPID attempt at a leadership coup and Muller crumpled. Paula Bennett was National’s election campaign leader and rightly quit over her dumping. National’s campaign has been poorly run with the late reshuffle required to fix the disruption caused by Muller and his confused supporters.
          I see CO has made the same point.

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      • D P, FFS When I said that about the smiling smoke and mirrors man on this blog when there would only be ten comments in a day I was attacked and called a lefty .
        The fuck up we find ourselves in was caused by that self loving fucker when his yellow streak got the better of him and he bailed before his time.
        Amazing how tunes have changed just lately,but they still drag the prick out for photo opps .

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  10. Ardern told Hosking this morning, that they had a deal for Ihumatao, but Winstone prevented it. A bit later when asked if the deal would involve tax-payers’/rate-payers’ money, she said she couldn’t comment until they’d worked out a deal.
    Fucking liar.

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    • It’s the new way of the left. They will tell you what you voted for once they’re in office – but they don’t trust the voting public enough to make the right decision if they know the insane shit that they’re going to foist on us.

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      • Ardern expects NZ to give her a blank cheque!

        Biden:- “No they don’t deserve to know”
        all part of the ‘way of the left’.
        or Saul ?Alinksy’s? “Rules for Radicals”

        “Biden: Voters “Don’t Deserve” To Know My Position on Court Packing”
        https://youtu.be/bGNLDftCCI0
        22 seconds. : • Oct 10, 2020

        Biden in his divisive answer, is not going to be a President of “all Americans”.
        Nor will Ardern for the team of “all” 5 million. 🙁
        Corruption, we know it, when we see it.

        All part of the Democrats also pushing the vote early concept.

        Edit, note this has gone into moderation, 🙂 and thanks in advance to ED.
        Just curious the reason,, and no problem.

        Is this because of the Utube clip, and changing it to “fake news”? 🙂
        I figure that will not be shown on MSM or news, so must be shut down.

        Or is it declared “fake news” about the blank cheque, that Ardern is ready to sign, post election.
        Does this interfere with NZ elections, so preempting the Election Commission? 🙂

        Wondering if I have been strucked? 🙂
        Would this tie in with Angry Andrew planning remove 3 strikes legislation? 🙂

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  11. Its interesting that the polls are open, people can vote, Princess Fuckwit is exhorting people to “vote the right way” but all hoardings need to be removed by midnight the day before election day proper in case they unduly influence people to vote..
    Can anyone else see what’s wrong here?

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  12. “Queen Fuckwit” is right. Cindy defending the indefensible. She is deluded.

    NZ Election 2020: Jacinda Ardern backs Phil Twyford and Kelvin Davis as ministers despite criticism
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-jacinda-ardern-backs-phil-twyford-and-kelvin-davis-as-ministers-despite-criticism.html

    Labour leader Jacinda Ardern has been told it’s “ridiculous” for her to insist that all of the Labour Party Cabinet ministers have performed well over the past three years.

    Newstalk ZB’s Mike Hosking questioned the performance of Ardern’s team during an interview on Monday morning, singling out Phil Twyford and Kelvin Davis who have often been criticised by the Opposition.

    “Explain to most of us Phil Twyford on the subject of housing, and for that matter Kelvin Davis.

    Ardern said both Twyford and Davis have been “solid contributors” to her Cabinet.

    Hosking pointed to the loss of Labour Cabinet members over the last three years, including Clare Curran who failed to record a meeting, Meka Whaitiri who was accused of mistreating a staffer, Iain Lees-Galloway who had an affair, and David Clark who broke lockdown rules as Health Minister.

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  13. This is a very good piece from Dr Muriel Newman about the differences between Labour and National etc.

    https://www.nzcpr.com/a-contest-of-ideas/

    One bit I noted was the requirement from Labour that all those making a living from the land would be required to have a “farm plan”, which would be regularly assessed by you know who. Estimated cost to the industry $100 million.

    If it comes in and I was on the land, my plan would be very simple and one word –SURVIVE.

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      • I fail to see what punishment can be dished out when the farming law as its written is an ass. It will be at least 10 years before they can train enough auditors to file the plans with the regional councils and then they will also need extra staff to audit the audited plans which are filed..

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    • Am aware of farm plans working with local authorities many years back. Very successful, they got what they wanted and we were assisted to grow the business we had left.
      Great stuff that worked.
      But ,we had a 99 year agreement with responsibilities on both.5 years later the authorities of the day walked away meaning the run plan was no longer viable, and in fact became a liability.

      Message : authorities ,local and central government can not be trusted.They do not have regard for legal agreements or individuals and property rights.
      Now they have discovered regulation they don’t need to work with individuals.

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  14. I have a question for Political Aficionados-

    Can people in Retirement Homes vote?
    What about Dementia Homes?
    If so- Do those ‘nice people’ from the Labour Party come and show them which box to tick?

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    • I’m sure they can vote CO. As for who can help them or not help them, if needed, I do not know.

      My 96 year old aunt went along to the polling booth the other day and sat at a chair in front of the person who was giving out the voting forms. She said the person asked if she needed any help and she answered –” Absolutely not, thank you. I know exactly what I’m going to do with my votes”. Off to the booth and two ticks Blue and two “no” ticks –all done in 30 seconds.

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    • My 89 and 90 year old parents left their apartment and drove down to the local shopping centre and voted 2 ticks blue. Mum may have remembered to party vote Act as she was enthusastic about voting for them when we last discussed it.

      There is no way anyone could influence my old parents to vote Labour!!! They detest Cindy and were not pleased when she muscled in on their 65th wedding anniversary by sending an unrequested card.

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  15. Labour makes us losers, the facts are incontrovertible

    Over the past 20 years, whenever Labour have been in government, the All Blacks can’t win the Rugby World Cup. When National are in government – the All Blacks are world champions.

    2003, Labour in power, All Blacks losers in the semis
    2007, Labour in power, All Blacks losers in the quarter finals
    2011, National in power, All Blacks crowned world champions
    2015, National in power, All Blacks crowned world champions
    2019, Labour in power, All Blacks losers in the semis

    The pattern is obvious. The evidence seems pretty clear. Voting for Cindy guarantees the All Blacks will be losers.

    Don’t vote for losing. Don’t vote for Cindy.

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  16. NZ Election 2020: Opinion – Why ACT is suddenly popular and where its supporters have come from
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/nz-election-2020-opinion-why-act-is-suddenly-popular-and-where-its-supporters-have-come-from.html

    The party stands for less government, more private enterprise and freedom of choice. It is therefore a child of neoliberalism — indeed, its only legitimate child.

    ACT supporters’ values are largely diametrically opposed to those upheld by Green supporters, as might be expected of a libertarian party that stands for individualism and deregulation.

    If current polling holds true, Seymour will bring with him into parliament a caucus of freedom-loving individuals, none of whom has any previous representative experience.

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    • I saw that article a few days ago and thought another leftie academic trying to get a few seconds of attention. To say National/Collins would be worried about lose of party votes to ACT and she is trying to get them back, shows very shallow thinking.
      The votes Collins has to get back are those that went to Labour as a result of the virus propaganda and fear mongering —that has been obvious from back in March when National dropped dramatically in the polls (after 11 years of being in the 40-45 % range )

      In the Muriel Newman piece I linked above she says there have been about 200,000 National votes lost to Labour –mainly woman in the 45+ year age group. Lets hope Judith gets them rethinking the issues.

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      • Yes I agree about the nauseating hysterical level of propaganda and spinning by the msm and opinion pieces to Labour’s benefit. They have given up any pretense of neutrality. This article on Act had some good points but the lefty bias was obvious so I highlighted some of their positive points.

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    • In the Muriel Newman piece I linked above she says there have been about 200,000 National votes lost to Labour –mainly woman in the 45+ year age group. Lets hope Judith gets them rethinking the issues.

      Good.
      Women are always right as most men are bound to observe. 😆

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    • wiseowl. I think many farmers would risk agreeing! that is if one can trust a politician in anything.
      That is if the ETS is not so deviously wrapped in so many fine print regulations

      All those trees on farms, should be paid in carbon credits, and be back dated. 🙂
      All the thousands of tonnes of grass grown, harvesting carbon, need to be paid for! 🙂
      The riparian plantings harvesting carbon.

      I would even be ok with ACT shoring up Labour, so long as Carbon Credits are paid up, and a few plus some more lazy billion dollars are flicked over to those farmers.

      If anything now, carbon credits with trees would outdo sheep, beef, lamb and possibly dairying.
      No worry about maintenance or cost on fences, drains, culverts, tracks, woolsheds, haybarns, sheds, fertilizer, cropping, harvesting, etc.. employing labour, etc..
      Thanks to James Shaw & Greens, increase for carbon credits only trees will be planted.

      The issue is the tangled RMA, councils demanding permits, and then payment for resource consents, to plant up.

      Some farmers are ok with native trees, so long as carbon payment is made.
      The bucket is kicked way down the road,
      The time of harvesting will not be in their life time, and probably not even in their children’s lifetime.

      Funny enough, noises are now being made to stop farmers making use of this carbon credit system.
      Yet if cropping all fuel has that hidden carbon tax, that goes to some UN greeny whatever.

      Just like a farmer can not claim carbon credits on a patch of native bush on his land, that he has bought, paid mortgages, taxes, and then rates.
      Just because the trees were growing there prior to 1990.

      Now government lays claim through Significant Natural Area, that could in the future then bear an iwi claim.
      He could have had it milled, paid tax, and paid some chunk of mortgage off, or had increased productivity by fencing, drainage, etc.. or simply had fun.
      Two faced greedy pricks.

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      • The whole Carbon Credit thing is bollocks. Research the Eemian Warm period basically around 120,000 years ago. In a nut shell, Tropics were 2 deg warmer, poles were 6 deg warmer, sea level eas 6 m higher. and CO2 levels – Between 270 – and 290 ppm at its peak. And the Polar bears survived. So in summary, CO2 can’t be the “control knob”of the atmosphere, as there was Fuck all CO2 while the temperature was significantly warmer. On a similar note, 1934 – 1939 was the warmest in the USA, once again before massive CO2 increases. Tell anyone who talks shit about CO2 to FUCK OFF and do some reading.

        go to duckduckgo and enter “CO2 does not cause warming”. All the stuff Google leaves out is there……

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        • Not to mention the Roman Warm period and the medieval Warm period, no the globe is not heating up its cooling down rapidly, hence the desperation of the Left Tards, both of these where 3 degs warmer than the present day, we humans thrive in warmer wetter times, no body likes living under snow drifts

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  17. I was at the Bellevue for a meeting on Saturday, a lot of my friends are conservative and someone asked who was voting for National, Labour etc. Out of the 5 people at the table 4 were voting for ACT and one for Labour (a life long Labout voter). No I didnt run into that bleeding fucking leftie mikenmild that I know of. The election is going to be a lot closer than most suspect, hence Mike Williams on Newshub talking up New Zealand First and talking bullshit about how National voters were going to vote Labour to keep the Melons out of Parliament.

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  18. Future of Kawerau paper mill uncertain

    The future of another major industrial operation is under review because of the Covid-19 pandemic
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/future-kawerau-paper-mill-uncertain

    Norske Skog said Covid-19 has had a rapid, negative and likely irreversible impact on the industry in the region.

    It said it was now looking at various long term options including making bleached chemical pulp and once it had a preference it would be put to staff.

    The Kawerau mill employed about 160 staff and it had been battling for survival for more than a decade

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  19. Did a bus just drive past.?
    Who was in it.?
    Did it just drive over somebody?

    Chris Eccles, the most senior Victorian public servant and the head of Premier Daniel Andrews’ department, has resigned after being asked to hand his phone records to the state’s hotel quarantine inquiry.

    The records show Mr Eccles called then-police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton in a key six-minute period on the day Victoria’s ill-fated hotel quarantine program was established.
    https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/victoria-s-top-public-servant-chris-eccles-resigns-20201012-p5646x.html

    I hope Petra Credlin is at today’s press briefing of Daniel Andrews. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  20. FYI: David Seymour will be the host on Magic Talk between 4-5pm today. Judith and Winston have taken the opportunity for their parties. Cindy turned down the opportunity for Labour and Chloe is taking the spot for the Greens. 😲

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  21. ‘You can believe me’ – Judith Collins says National won’t adopt ACT tax policy if elected

    Judith Collins today said “you can believe me” over her assertion National will not adopt ACT’s tax policy if elected, while doubling down on her claim Labour would be “bullied” into a wealth tax by the Greens after Jacinda Ardern repeatedly ruled it out.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/you-can-believe-me-judith-collins-says-national-wont-adopt-act-tax-policy-if-elected?auto=6199711346001

    Collins was challenged by a reporter that her stance on ruling out implementing ACT tax policy of a flat tax post-election is essentially the same as Ardern’s with the Greens.

    “But you can believe me,” Collins replied, adding, “I’m not someone who takes a box of chocolate biscuits to the negotiating table to show subservience.”

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  22. Easier when you’re in opposition.

    Labour has failed to get DHB deficits under control this term, despite going hard on the issue when in opposition.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/dhbs-still-operating-under-strain-and-in-deficit-labour

    Labour gave National heaps from the opposition benches for failing to get deficits under control, but once in power, it found itself in the same boat – deficits for almost all DHBs for all three years.

    “It’s expensive to look after obsolete infrastructure. It’s expensive to maintain it, to keep it warm, it’s expensive to work within it. And so that places a lot of pressure back on operational budgets,” he said.

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  23. Trump “Documents are being released”
    “I do not call crooked Hilary for nothing”. ….
    …. “Nobody can believe what we found”. ……
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1315307078345424896
    1 min 43 secs.

    Well Trump has made this type of call a few times.
    Trust all the i’s are dotted and t’s crossed, and no legal hiccups.
    Time is running out and delivery will have to be this month as early voting will soon be underway.

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      • But “minor parties find it hard to reach 5%.” Tell that to Act!
        No, to lowering the threshold. Up to parties to give the voters policies they respond to.

        David Seymour hosted Magic Talk from 4-5pm and was extended until 5.30pm as he was so popular.

        Judith Tuesday, Chloe Wednesday, Winston Thursday

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  24. Just watched a great discussion on the most important problems facing America and it’s current ills. John Anderson interviews Professor Glenn Loury:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OL5G2Y6LMpE

    In this Direct episode, John is joined by Professor Glenn Loury, the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of Economics at Brown University. They discuss the current political, social and economic issues facing the US, and the Western world more broadly, including the Black Lives Matter movement, the popular idea of ‘systemic racism’, the upcoming 2020 U.S. election and more.

    Professor Loury has enjoyed an extraordinary career. At age 33, he became the first black tenured professor of economics in the history of Harvard University. He has made scholarly contributions to the fields of welfare economics, game theory, industrial organization, natural resource economics and the economics of income distribution. Loury is also a prominent social critic and public intellectual, publishing essays on racial inequality and social policy in dozens of influential journals of public affairs.

    Over his career, Loury has held academic positions at Oxford University, Tel Aviv University, the University of Stockholm, the Delhi School of Economics, the Institute for the Human Sciences in Vienna, and the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton.

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  25. Peta Credlin, grinding up Dan Andrews. 🙂

    “Daniel Andrews dodges questions from Peta Credlin over hotel quarantine scandal”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qMGq9qYMvg
    8 minutes. : • Oct 11, 2020

    From some comments
    she wasn’t asking questions, she was providing communication evidence to him and letting him explain it in which he choked bad and ended up asking what was the question with a very red face . peta dragged a royal commission type set up to the defunct premier was epic to watch .a big thanks to credo . ……
    .
    …… Such a demeaning type of guy, listens, then feigns ignorance, then doesn’t understand. Then condescendingly talks asking for clarification….. these are all clues of bullying……… so why does the media love him, is it because his targets are often if not always women?! ……
    .
    ….He started off telling lies because he was so ” popular with the voters….his lies escalated. ..he doubled down…he lied some more…until he lied so often that if he tells the truth now he will go down in history of this state as a disgraceful incompetent traitor …he can’t stop telling lies now….
    .
    …. How does he remember what he says in pressers but not who makes decisions? He’s not prepared for Peta. He can’t deflect her or dodge her questions.
    He switches to victim mode quickly. You can tell when he’s in trouble, his cheeks flush and he quibbles over syntax ….
    He has the unmitigated gall to talk about an ‘important omission’. It is precisely because of the large number of important omissions and disregard for transparency on his part and that of his henchmen that Australians now find themselves in such a deplorable and abject situation.

    A report and a little of the transcript.
    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/breaking-news/sky-news-host-peta-credlin-grills-victorian-premier-daniel-andrews-again/news-story/361e584ade7f6a6da2f47bb56007f03e

    Will enough Victorians wake up?

    Will a good journalist ask the right questions, and can we get it pushed through the media in NZ?
    Just one good journalist to expose the nonsense.
    Will enough New Zealanders wake up to our own problems and habitual liar and vote accordingly?

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  26. From RoL’s link:

    …..”the woman returned to the same supermarket and began again smashing hundreds of liquor bottles and allegedly explaining to witnesses that her religion, Islam, forbids alcohol. She also said she suffered from mental problems”……

    And that, boys & girls, is what religion does to the human mind. Get a bit of that Godshit in your head & you too could end up dictating how others live their lives.

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  27. What a load of bollocks Newshub! A third is still a minority.

    Newshub-Reid Research poll: More than a third of National’s supporters want Judith Collins to work with Winston Peters
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/newshub-reid-research-poll-more-than-a-third-of-national-s-supporters-want-judith-collins-to-work-with-winston-peters.html

    Even if he does rise again, Collins is still ruling him out.

    “The caucus has made that decision and I don’t think he’s going to be back,” she said on Monday.

    In the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll, voters were asked if Collins – as the new National Party leader – should open the door to working with NZ First.

    More than a third of National voters – 37 percent – said yes, she should welcome Peters back, but more than half said no, shut him out.

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    • WG says
      What a load of bollocks Newshub!

      Who is quoting new shub here?

      Why bother quoting them?
      The media filth – all over NZ – are trolling Collins and trying to find any negative they can.
      That is what $50 mill will buy ya.
      No integrity whatever.
      They would have probably done it for less given how low their ‘standards’ are !!
      ——-
      This is attached to each article in Stuffedy Stuff

      “Make a contribution
      We’d like to ask for your help. In a fast-changing world where misinformation spreads on social media, the need for trustworthy journalism has never been greater. But the media industry faces strong headwinds.
      Traditional means of funding journalism – such as advertising and subscriptions to our newspapers – have declined, compounded by the economic impact of Covid-19.
      -We’re asking our readers to help us continue to play our vital role in society. Stuff holds a special position in New Zealand, with the largest network of newsrooms – hundreds of journalists from Northland to Southland. We’re part of your local community, doggedly pursuing the issues that matter.
      -We hold the powerful to account – from making sure your rates are spent wisely to challenging Cabinet ministers who flout the rules.
      -We uncover hidden truths – from the Defence Force’s activities in Afghanistan to which companies commit the greatest climate damage.”
      —————
      They don’t give a crap and about ever telling the truth and are making that quite clear with a false statement attached to every item of drivel.

      eg” hundreds of journalists from Northland to Southland” should read “hundreds of immature SJWs from Northland to Southland”

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      • I last clicked on a Stuffed link probably 3-4 weeks ago. Can’t rely on the media to tell us the truth any more so I just rely on what I see and hear with my own 2 eyes and ears for the most part. All the diversity and metoo and global warming and aotearoa shit got too much. I want news not social engineering. Probably why people start going to alternative sites for unbiased news and opinions, even if spread by crackpot moonbats

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        • I labelled it as propaganda. If you don’t want to read it don’t. Very limited real news other than election posturing for Ardern so sieving the propaganda. Happy for you to post items of interest for others to read.

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          • You’re good. As long as theres a precis I generally know what the guts of a story is going to say. Hence my news raking skills is basically limited to browsing the “google” news page a couple of times a day. That’s often just as frustrating
            Edit to say: Keep up the good work. Saves me a visit which in turn drives down their revenue.

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            • Yeah, thanks ABS. Reading all the fake news with their twisted nauseating details about Ardern. Like watching that 4 year primed by her sycophantic mother to rush up to Cindy. Nothing mentioned about dear leader being whisked away from protesting local farmers.

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  28. Had a phone call from a polling company last night asking my views on the country. “I am a white male, heterosexual. I have worked all my life to pay for this house & provide for my family, never claimed a dollar in benefits” , I said.

    “Oh, I am sorry to have wasted your time Sir.” she said.

    “Why’s that?”

    “Your opinions won’t count.” she replied.

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          • Have a read through https://www.masterdrive.co.nz/courses/class-5-licensing-course/ then ignore their suggestions to sign up for their crap. Do the minimum required to get your Class 5. You’ll learn more in your first week on the road than you’d absorb in a group teach with ten mongs.

            Your correspondent was lucky. I was employed as boy/yardman of a rural carrying company at 17 & had my HT by the afternoon of the day I turned 18. Heavy trailer came a couple of years later when the local traffic cop suggested that since he’d never seen my truck without a trailer following me that I might as well come down to the local Borough Offices the next Tuesday & formalise the position. 🙂

            But note that I’m now 71 & have been asked both here & in Northland whether I’d be interested in “on call” driving work. You’d never be “highest paid semi skilled labourer of the year” but you’d never starve either.

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            • But imagine how much the windscreen wipers cost mate. Don’t forget the constant cleaning from all the shit all over the cab. He would have to apply to international jewish corporations for insurance. I don’t see this working out

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  29. The other morning when all the Ardern fans were waking up expecting to hear their favourite person was to be given the Noble Peace prize , but were sadly disappointed, the lead item on ZB News was that a medical journal had an editorial saying Trump should voted out of office because of the way he mishandled the virus crisis etc.

    Well guess who this very long established journal is now associated with and probably partly funded by

    https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusive/new-england-journal-of-medicine-ccp/

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    • Speaking of journals, the respected peer reviewed medical journal, The Lancet, published a paper demonstrating the futility of severe and early lockdowns.

      Even the corrupt WHO are saying the only thing they achieve is poverty

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    • I can only imagine the late night calls between Helun and Jacinda when that broke…

      Auntie?
      ….Yes my Dear
      [sniffle] I didn’t win, the WHO won with some STUPID FUCKING FOOD PROGRAM
      ….I know sweetheart. I could’nt outbribe them
      [sniff] You mean?
      ….Yes that fuckwad Kim Moon outbid me darling. My Foundation is only new so we don’t have the funds to compete with the UN and WHO yet
      [head bobbles} how much do you need Auntie?
      ….Listen babe you get the Greens back on board and I will take whatever is left over in the Tossers PGF
      [Jacinda brightens up] OH Yes thats a fabulous idea. And then I will get the shiny Precious?
      ….Of course snookums. Whats that sound?
      {Schoolgirl giggles] What sound Aunty?
      …You know what sound you petulant whore. Are you cohabiting with FILTHY MEN again?
      [sound of jethros balls kicked into the ground] No Aunty it will never happen again
      …..(hands rubbing) My Precious

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  30. It should be asked about NZ’s kindness & well-being god mother, if she means to lock up NZ again.
    Not for CCP virus, but to aid the good health of criminals.

    The further out come of “restorative justice”.
    One of the reasons why Labour & Greens will remove 3 strikes.
    To consider that NZ may have less if any prisons and so be defunded.
    All part of the defunding of the police eventually.

    The people we will lock up, will be ourselves.
    Our prisons will be self funded, by; ourselves.

    Public safety is a binary.
    You cage gang members or you cage 8-year-olds at risk of being hit by a stray bullet.
    You cage muggers or you cage the grandmother lying on the pavement with a bloodied head.
    You cage rapists or you cage the women they rape.
    It comes down to who matters more.

    http://www.danielgreenfield.org/2020/09/the-godmother-of-police-defunding-tried.html

    A well written article, when one weighs up this mornings link.
    https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-545/#comment-101348
    Where Ardern:- “And yes, that includes repealing the three strikes law”.

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  31. The interviews have been done in New Zealand.
    The vetting has sort of been done.
    Agreement seems to be reached.
    The final decision will be at the end of the week.

    A sociopath goes for a job interview (Tracey Ullman Show)
    https://youtu.be/nTIfU4zMQWY
    2 mins 46 seconds. : • Jul 16, 2016

    Welcome to the Bank of New Zealand, enjoy another 3 year term.

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