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  1. Queen’s Birthday Monday: Considering lefties don’t believe in holding one person up above another there are certainly a whole heap of communist slags with new Royal inspired titles this morning.

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  2. I would have thought the chief plod would have got a gong for services to Cindy and jethro. Bugger, never mind.

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    • His mental health has never been good if you consider his actions over the years, and it must have been hell for the staff at the Embassy having him there for years and years. A very odd person narcissistic to the core. Any psychological torture he did to himself locking himself up so as not to face the charges.

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  3. That was a question the other day. Why is a Liberal seen as bad? Is it because the Left have claimed a title they have no right to? Or is it an authoritarian, conservative viewpoint?

    I associate a Liberal with freedom, such as the words of the founding fathers, what ACT proposes, etc.

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    • Perhaps it’s because the conservatives have no imagination (which is obvious by their refusal to accept change) so have adopted the communist method of inventing their own language using existing words – much like Humpty Dumpty.

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    • Nah the term Liberal has been taken by the lefties( DPF is one) to denote anyone left of centre right. Our space is being squeezed to the right by the likes of national and it’s toadies who want to take the easy way and join liabour in taking away our freedoms.

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      • Precisely. But a Libertarian is someone who stands for personal freedoms and the responsibility that comes with having those freedoms. They are most definitely not authoritarian.

        “Libertarianism is the view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he chooses so long as he respects the equal rights of others. Libertarians defend each person’s right to life, liberty, and property—rights that people possess naturally, before governments are instituted. In the libertarian view, all human relationships should be voluntary; the only actions that should be forbidden by law are those that involve the initiation of force against those who have not themselves used force—actions such as murder, rape, robbery, kidnapping, and fraud.” (See here: https://www.libertarianism.org/guides/introduction-libertarianism)

        This is most definitely not Labour, the Left or similar. They should fuck off and admit they’re authoritarian socialists. The only thing really distinguishing them from the Nationalist authoritarian socialists is that sense of nation. They have all the other attributes of control, manipulation through propaganda, violence, etc.

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        • What you quoted is also referred to as “Classic Liberalism”. The problem I have with conservatism is that it equates well with stagnancy……a conservative is one who believes that nothing should ever be done for the first time.

          Conservatives will counter that by saying that only “good” should progress which is the ultimate wank since they fall back on having an imaginary Skydaddy decide for them what is “good”.

          Thus “conservatism” inevitably morphs into religious authoritarianism.

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      • Cue William Wallace. A picture of his bare painted arse lifting the kilt, might be rousing?

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      • The silent majority of voters will be wishing fervently for a strong political voice of support for Free Speech and our right to continue our law-abiding way of life. It looks like National has been cowed by the virtue signalling lefties in the COL. Is David Seymour the only possible light at the end of the dark SJW tunnel?

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  4. There are damned near more democratic contenders than there are seppos, all of them attempting to ride the slime-fed anti-Trump fabrication so why is it that any time any one of them says anything anti-Trump it makes headlines?

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    • No but, Fran Walsh is moaning and complaining that “WE” should take more risks with our films.
      “I think we should increase the budget of the NZFC (New Zealand Film Commission) and limit their ability to meddle as quasi producers,” she says bluntly.

      “We need to take more risks in development and understand that there will be some failures along the way and hopefully some successes.

      “The market will always want prescriptive storytelling but subscribing to that model is usually counter-productive.

      “Funding entities don’t like to take risks,” Walsh continues.
      https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/film/113140809/fran-walsh-receives-damehood-in-queens-birthday-honours

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      • Of course the “WE” means the taxpayer. How about the film commission become a public company and raise it’s own funds and rewards.

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        • Precisely. I have no more interest in funding films than I have in funding a wankish boat race.

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        • Along with NZ on Air, how can anyone say that they are risk averse, no-one would fund some of that stuff. I am glad the Radio Hauraki guys believed enough in it, to fund it themselves.

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      • All for funding of new directions and ideas and growing the talent pool.

        Fran Walsh however, has made enough money with her husband/business partner that they can fund their own damn films!

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      • After the success of LoTR, Fran Walsh has become emboldened to promote her woke views rather than keep them in check (or perhaps her aides could keep her stupidity better leashed). You’ll note she hasn’t been successful since LoTR…

        It comes as no surprise that she wants the taxpayer to fund her wokeness.

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    • It’s bloody hopeless and seems to be getting worse.
      Not worth looking at it in the evenings as very few new comments appear.

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  5. Has Jamie Lee made any comments on the budget? What was the point of being accommodated in the lock up, if you then do not have salient comments to make?

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    • If you are referring to Jami lee Ross he would have been in there to shag the journalists.
      Was Tova there?
      They are locked in.
      No escape from his ‘charms’.

      Like Mainland cheese, it takes time to see him as Sarah did:
      … a f***ing ugly MF pig. Shave that f***ing tuft of hair off your f***ing front of skull head and own your baldness – you sweaty, fat, toe inturned mutant…

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    • I often wonder why they bother bringing on so many people, many of whom didn’t know what they were talking about and a host that pandered to them. I did laugh at the woman whose only contribution was that she was religious studies “expert” (it’s about the only thing she says).

      Actually, the Imam was perhaps more correct with “monotheism” being first and it corrupted to polytheism. The earliest accounts for religion seems to point to Henotheism, especially the city god. That is, there tended to be a “one” god of the towns. Only when towns interacted or got overtaken with people with other gods did worship of multiple gods begin and of course how they all fitted together.

      The people with the biggest clubs, their “one” deity got to be the boss god, or otherwise blended with the previous boss god (e.g. Amun-re Amun and Ra; YHWH El the “Lord God” in the English Bible, but basically Yahweh and El together). You see it with the Neo-Babylonians with Marduk and the Assyrians with Assur. Sometimes the previous boss god retires in favour of the new boss god (El giving way to Baal). These types of events happened often enough to know that gods got promoted or demoted by the more dominant group for any particular era.

      Since Henotheism was a word invented to describe Hinduism worship, it seems fitting to say that India followed a similar enough path.

      And so on and so forth.

      (Henotheism is where someone or some people worship one god but acknowledge others.)

      The other so-called experts haven’t done the research as the earliest records indicate Henotheism (worship of one god) was quite normal for non-animism religions. Of course, for a lot of the later cultures, e.g. the Greeks, we simply don’t have early enough records to deduce how their polytheisms formed. It is possible, I suppose, that the earliest origins of, say, the Greeks were polytheistic right from the start but to claim this as a bedrock position for all is simply wrong. And we for the Greeks, since I went there, it can be deduced that Zeus & co (the Olympians) were foisted onto the earlier inhabitants as the Linear B remnants indicate a different hierarchy with the Olympians probably being absent. (One of my English translations of Aristotle even amusingly calls Zeus “Johnny come lately”). So, I would speculate the Greeks followed a similar path.

      So the Muslim was both correct and incorrect.

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  6. My friend has bailed on me for going to David Seymour’s Te Rapa Tavern gig on the 5th, I shall drag myself along, virtue signalling?

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    • 5.30 on the 4th? I don’t have the details but had the 4th in my head.
      Chuck, come in Chuck.

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      • WG, I have met David many times. While I agree with David on Free Speech and firearm legislation he is a social liberal which I am not. He is very intolerant of those who do not agree with him. He referred to Simon O’Connor as evil as he opposed euthanasia.

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        • Well that will not do at all. I want to know who else is on an Act list. if their vote went up I want to know who else comes in.

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        • I don’t agree with everything he stands for either Chuck. Going along for a listen and see if they are worthy of my vote.

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          • And whether he stands for principles that most people identify with as ACT. Very few risks, I imagine, in speaking out as David Seymour of Act.

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        • Most people who support euthanasia think those who don’t are evil. It was the matter that got me banned at WO. I wonder if Slater’s opinion on the matter is altered by recent events.

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          • I don’t believe those opposed are “evil”. I just wonder what gives them the selfish belief that they have the right to choose how I end MY life?

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            • I’ll take a Rock star’s death when the time comes. Massive heroin overdose in a Vegas hotel full of hookers lol.

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            • You should have been to some of the debates where David was involved. There are strong arguments both ways just like with the upcoming abortion legislation.

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    • I’ve had to travel to Te Awamutu every second day for the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately the workshops finished last week, so my next trip down is Friday. Otherwise I’d have loved to come along and see what David had to say.

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      • If you are coming from Auckland Te Rapa, northern suburb of Hamilton. Motorway all the way, and is only half the distance than travelling south to Te Awamutu, or as we say down here, TA.

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        • I hadn’t been down in the Waikato for years until a recent trip to Rotorua and back. The new highways down there are awesome and leave our shitty Northland roads for dead. Would love to attend that meeting. The only thing that sucks about Northland is that it is so far from every other part of the country!

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    • Ahhh, Vegas! 7 am, playing the 25-cent slots. Free Scotch, all day. Drunk by noon. Good food dirt cheap.

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  7. “They brought people into this city in order to bolster their numbers to 115, they are irrelevant, they are extremists, they get their views supported from social media platforms that have fuelled this.”

    Oh dear Lianne. You put yourself in a hole with a misspeak. Now stop digging.

    There might have only been 115 attendees but they are extremists and it appears you only need ONE to kill 50 people.

    Extremist of any flavour are never irrelevant.
    They’re dangerous with or without guns.

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    • She also contradicted the COL’s message that white supremacy must be quashed, legal firearms removed from society and free speech must be suppressed for our own good. Now she is saying “white supremacists are irrelevant.” Not following the party line Leanne!

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    • Can I be pedantic and say 51 people? If I was the 1, which of course could be any of them, I would want mention.

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  8. Watching Cindy on TV dressed in hijabs etc and pulling various serious faces reminded me of our daughter when she was around 5 years old clomping around in my wife’s high heels shoes, wearing adults clothing with long dress dragging behind, long beads / necklaces and a hat far too big.

    Cindy has never grown up and continues to play adult dress ups.

    On another note…. it’s appears her wellbeing budget has been rubbished by some overseas media. That’s not what she wanted to hear !!!!!!

    Reminds me of her UN speech she gave to the cleaners who were waiting for her to leave the assembly so they could finish cleaning. Everyone else apart from first fish and squirrel had left.

    Also can someone explain why other countries including Australia are sending their heads of state to the 75th D Day commemorations in France yet there is no sign of Cindy being invited.

    We had members of the airforce and Navy at Normandy.

    Even Angela Merkel the German Chancellor is attending.

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  9. Did anyone else fill in the The New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study by Professor Chris Sibley of the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland?

    I did last year. While I filled in the majority of the questions, there were a bunch I did not. In my mind, they were either ambiguously framed (allowed too many interpretations) or were ‘leading’. I put these concerns into the feedback.

    Anyway, today I got his newsletter. He’s quite the deceptive prick. I suspected he was an avowed Leftist and this newsletter continues to drive the (Leftist) bias.

    It starts with economic satisfaction.

    Every year, we ask our participants how satisfied they feel with the economic conditions in New Zealand. In 2016, while most people were satisfied with the economy (43%), not everybody agreed. 21% of participants were dissatisfied with the New Zealand economy and 36% felt neutral.

    However, satisfaction with the economy has improved over the last decade. When we first asked about economic conditions in 2009, New Zealand had just emerged from a recession. At that time, more people were dissatisfied with the economic conditions in New Zealand (39%) than were satisfied (22%).

    As he stated, the questions are asked every year. From a brief reading, you’d think that this has been continued given his statement “satisfaction with the economy has improved over the last decade”. It’s strange then that there has been no further analysis for 2017 and 2018. It could be forgiven if all analysis was similarly aged but there is information to 2018 on other topics.

    (Concern over climate change also finishes at 2016).

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  10. Whitmer’s “pot for potholes”
    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer threw down the gauntlet on Thursday for Michigan residents who are both sick of the state’s abysmal road conditions, and also not nearly high enough.

    “At its height, the taxes for marijuana will raise about $42 million dollar per year for infrastructure. We have a $2.5 billion dollar problem,” Whitmer said at the Mackinac Policy Conference, referencing the state’s 10% excise tax on its newly legalized recreational weed industry—a portion of which is allotted for infrastructure repairs.

    https://splinternews.com/michigan-governor-smoking-tons-of-weed-could-fix-our-t-1835133609?utm_source=splinter_facebook&utm_campaign=socialflow_splinter_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow&fbclid=IwAR1CH7AgzIEZV20NNmg91A_kXPdx4WUuVWbY9LMr4kVs2CpBPynTOGGb-Pk

    Now you know their agenda.
    Pot for potholes aka
    Genters Pothole Recovery Unit.

    In fact this is also happening. First for America I think.
    Instead, Whitmer has proposed a $0.45-per-gallon gas tax to fund her state’s cratered roads—an idea that’s sure to be popular in the heart of America’s automotive industry.

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  11. Just checking out KB. Maggy and Andrew who also comment on YSB mentioned YSB as a great blog to check out. The usual idiotic comment from ‘Stephieboy’ who is not capable of comprehending what is written under his nose replied:

    From KB:
    “Stephieboy
    MW, urban dictionary defined YSB as you scouse bastards. A term of ” endearment” by Manchester United fans towards their opposition especially Liverpool.

    I wonder if Holysheet borrowed from them?”

    ‘All on Red’ then set him straight with
    “You Stupid Boy”

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    • I did think 2wice about recommending ysb, as it might send the trolls and my stalkers over to this site.
      So forgive me if they arrive. (Griff pursued me over to Pete George’s site when he flounced off KB).

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      • Don’t worry about the trolls coming here Maggy. I don’t think too many will get past the terms and conditions. It will be the first time in their miserable lives, they will have to agree to play nice, and take FULL responsibility for what they say on here. Taking responsibility for anything they do or say is a totally foreign concept to the left.

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      • I did think about not mentioning your name in the above Maggy. Laughed when he/she totally missed the source of the name “you stupid boy”.
        Sb certainly doesn’t like Holy from his days at KB so will think twice about nipping at his heels over here. ?

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    • Why wood you be surprised at anything tubs Wood does or doesn’t do. I guess Woods wood have more important things on her mind, like wood little-wood be outed as the liabour sex camp pervert, or am I reading between the lines too much here?

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      • You need to put a counter on the side of the page counting down the approx months, and then once the election date is announced the exact number of days to election day 2020.

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  12. I was told this morning that traces of cadmium have been found in our milk, mostly in Canterbury. Anyone else heard this? Or is it a rumour?

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  13. https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/113197747/wellington-council-gives-gun-club-20000-for-a-feasibility-study-it-doesnt-want

    Rejected applications included $16,000 for the Big Buddy Mentoring Trust to recruit mentors for Wellington boys without fathers, $7151 for Britannia Sea Scouts to get new kayaks and VHF radios, and $26,340 for city high school students to learn about interfaith beliefs and religion. I have a problem with the last one as a council responsibility.

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  14. What’s going on at Stuff?
    I never look at the Herald now that most of their articles are on premium. (I will buy a women’s magazine if I want that)
    But Stuff which is still infesting its pages with daily articles on the mosque attack has just run two slightly anti COL articles.
    One was asking why working New Zealanders pay so much tax.
    The other was about the Accommodation Supplement fueling rental prices and not helping low income working families.

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    • I have to agree with you that stuff is stuff! Been looking over the weekend , christ it’s full of grap! They are certainly pushing it this weekend and want to sell it. They would be better just to shut the doors! They are still pushing the CC muzzies fulltime. Do they want Cindy to buy it or something?

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  15. Most of the eateries closed down in Auckland E grade seemed to be non kiwi named!
    Another reason we do not need low class third world people here.
    They don’t respect our laws, religion, customs, tax laws, road rules and most of them sit at home watching their own tv stations on Youtube etc.

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  16. In the jungle there lived a gorilla and a rhino. The gorilla and the rhino had been best mates for over 5 years.They went to the watering hole together and stuff. One year winter had finished and spring had sprung, and the gorilla was feeling a little randy.

    After about a month he hadn’t managed to pull and he was feeling more randy. After another month he still hadn’t so he was feeling even more randy.One day he was walking through the jungle and there ahead of him was the rhino bent over drinking from the lake. This was too much for the gorilla who saw the rhino’s arse right there in front of him swaying gently from side to as he drank. The gorilla couldn’t contain himself any more and ran straight at the rhino and buggered him senseless for a good half-hour – and all the time the rhino was screaming, “get off me, I’m going to kill you, you bastard!” but he couldn’t do anything because the gorilla was holding on too tight.

    Eventually the gorilla finished and climbed off. “Right, now I’m going to kill you, you bastard!” the rhino shouted and started running after the gorilla.

    The gorilla was yelling, “We’ve been best mates for 5 years, we shouldn’t let a little thing like this come between us!” but the rhino wouldn’t have any of it and he was slowly catching up.The gorilla ran into a camp where an explorer was sat in a chair reading the newspaper. He ran off to the north but he couldn’t get past the cliffs, so he ran back to the camp. He ran east but he couldn’t get past the river, so he ran back to the camp. He ran west but he couldn’t get through the undergrowth, so he ran back to the camp. Then he wrung the explorer’s neck, grabbed his clothes and newspaper, threw the explorer over the trees, sat down, and started to read.

    The rhino ran into the camp. He ran off to the north, but couldn’t find the gorilla so he ran back into the camp. He ran off to the east, but couldn’t find the gorilla so he ran back into the camp. He ran off to the west, but couldn’t find the gorilla so he ran back into the camp.”Excuse me,” he said, “but have you seen a gorilla around?”

    The gorilla, still reading to hide his face asked, “What, the one that buggered a rhino by the watering hole down there?”

    “Oh God! Don’t tell me it’s in the papers already.”

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  17. Good Evening Ladies and Gents! (Are we still allowed to assume people’s gender like that??..)
    Anyway- I used to post on Kiwiblog but have recently signed up (in blood) to YSB! DPF and his dramatic lurch left following the Chch shootings disappointed me somewhat…to say the least!
    Anyway- Good to see some of my old mates/sparring partners here..On with the show!!!

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  18. What is wrong with the MSM. They are reporting Trump should be banned from the State visit to the UK this week. Sadiq Khan is one of those leading the call. Street protests planned because “all that he represents is hated here.”

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    • Trump is a vile, odious human being. But damn, he gets things done. I loathe him as a person and love him as a politician. He isbthe best and the worst of them.

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      • I agree Pascal, I think he is a boof-head rich boy, but he understands finance and what is required to run a successful economy. The rest is basically window dressing. Whether the British like him or loath him is irrelevant to him being hosted by the British government as the elected President of the USA.

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      • Have you met or worked for him?
        I’m aware of someone who has and they would totally refute what you say. Alady at that.

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      • Two and a half years into the George Bush 43 first term he had brought war to Afghanistan and Iraq.

        Two and half years into B Hussein Obama’s term he had participated in the destruction of Libya – the most economically advanced country in Africa [increasing as South Africa was declining] that was run as a secular society, life expectancy had been lifted from 61 to 74 in 30 years; women had rights; there was universal free healthcare which not even the USA has; The adult literacy rate was 89% in 2009 (94% for males and 83% for females). 99.9% of youth were literate (UNESCO figures) due to recent policies. Again, more than the USA.

        Gaddafi used the oil money to help his people.
        Under King Idris in the 1950s , Libya was one of the poorest nations on earth.
        The changes in Libya were not dissimilar to South Korea which was itself a peasant land in the 1950s. But you won’t hear about this on TV1 or the scabby Herald. Hell no!

        This was shameful and the evil critter Rodham-Clinton cackled of the architect of this change (Gaddafi) ‘We came, We saw, he died’ in 2011.

        Most people here are now aware of the massive mistruth presented by media filth.
        This has been true of Libya which I have followed for 40 years.
        In addition, the USA, under Obummer, backed insurgents against the government of Syria for the now 8 year war.

        Under Trump there has been none of this.
        The war mongers are at heel but warmonger John Bolton is trying to change that.
        Remember that the Lockerbie plane bombing was retaliation for the US Vincennes shooting down a civilian Iranian Airliner going about a legitimate flight while the Vincennes was illegally in Iranian waters, being hostile.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran_Air_Flight_655

        The USA would not take responsibility for this hostile act and only a slip in a TV interview in 1993 opened up remedial action.
        Bolton is setting the same stage.
        This activity is being repeatedly pushed by the war mongers.

        A hell of a lot of kudos go to President Trump for not starting a war in another country.
        The first US President this century and we are one fifth of the way through.

        Maybe some people like wars and the destruction of balanced life.
        The only one of those 4 countries (Syria, Libya, Iraq, and Afghanistan) that had regular grief was Afghanistan > caused by the Taliban which arose from the USA backed and funded Mujahedeen.
        An irony of history and a parallel>> Ho Chi Minh and his men were trained by the USA in China during WW2 to operate guerrilla warfare against the Japanese. Mmmmm.

        So Trump is a patriot, a nationalist (I’ll be on a watch list for that, fk-em) and wants better business deals for the USA .He does not want to waste time on wars that destroy.
        He is a builder.
        Trump is OK in my book.
        Obummer and Bush 43 > no fecking chance.

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    • Sadiq Khan is the one who should be banned. He thinks a huge wave of knife crime is OK.

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    • By who? The mobs he should control, wouldn’t he as a ‘leader’ lead? No Muslims are to protest, for the good of the Nation and that goes fr any of the rest of you who I can dog whistle to.
      The Queen should bundle Trump inside Buck House and say that they have been taken prisoner in the castle and the hordes have massed at the gates.
      Shouldn’t need the cavalry, aren’t they already there?

      Is Sadiq an Imam too? See how incidious it is, soon I will know more Islam

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  19. National calls for investigation by the State Services Commission into the Politicalisation of the Treasury:
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12236885

    ” SSC boss Peter Hughes is considering the allegations made by Bridges around whether Makhlouf smeared National, or misled the Minister of Finance.
    At this stage, however, the SSC spokesman said that was not part of the official inquiry.
    But Bennett said that needed to be part of the official investigation.
    She wants Robertson’s role in the saga to be looked into, as well as a complete review of all communications between the Finance Minister’s office and the Prime Minister’s office under the “no surprises” approach.”

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    • https://teara.govt.nz/en/human-effects-on-the-environment/page-2
      Te ara > so NZ’s own politically approved encyclopaedia

      “Before people arrived, more than 80% of New Zealand was covered in dense forest. Pollen and charcoal records from over 150 lake, swamp or peat bog sediment core samples give a clear picture of the country’s vegetation and fire history since the end of the last ice age, about 14,000 years ago.”

      Oh, and it’s been warming since then- the last ice age. Bedda get taxing, comrades!

      “Sediment records show a huge increase in charcoal and bracken spores around the 13th and 14th centuries. At the same time, there was a massive decline in pollen from forest trees, marking a striking and devastating change: up to 40% of the forest was burnt within 200 years of Māori settling in New Zealand.”

      “In most sites, charcoal continues to appear after the first forest clearance, suggesting that Māori used fire to stop tall forest and scrub from regenerating”.

      Goddammit I hate facts.
      Pesky bloody things.

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