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  1. Morning everyone. Can’t believe 58% happy for another lockdown!

    Still shit border control but your people don’t mind apparently Cindy.

    Question of the Day: Could you cope with another lockdown?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/shows/2020/11/question-of-the-day-could-you-cope-with-another-lockdown.html

    And while there has been no official announcement of another lockdown, the community is worried it will happen again.

    Could you cope with another lockdown?

    Yes 58%

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    • Until the weather comes gooď- and Aucklanders suddenly realize they’d be far happier at the beach or on the harbour than cowering in their living rooms listening to Jacinda talk about how wonderful she is…

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    • The opinion polls are not about gauging public opinion, they are about forming public opinion. We know that from all the lying polls done in the US – you can never trust a single poll of any type ever again.

      The main battlefront of the culture war is the information warfare waged by big tech on behalf of the NWO globalists and their lapdogs on the left.

      Our government propaganda outlets are talking non-stop about evil, whiny Trump and Pres-elect Biden. We are having the required opinions programmed into us by the MSM and re-inforced by big tech social media. Opinion polls are just one small weapon used against us.

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  2. Who is responsible for this latest covid case in Auckland??
    Not me. Not you.
    Where is she?
    And dont threaten me with another lockdown, Bloomfield.
    YOU lot have dropped the ball. Sort ya shit out.

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  3. Jimmy tells Cindy he is incensed.

    ‘It incenses me’: James Shaw expresses anger over Govt inaction on house prices
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/11/it-incense-me-james-shaw-expresses-anger-over-govt-inaction-on-house-prices.html

    Greens co-leader James Shaw has lashed out at Labour over rising house prices, labelling it “irresponsible” for refusing to entertain a tax on capital gains.

    Last year, Jacinda Ardern promised she would never introduce a capital gains tax (CGT) while Prime Minister. She also ruled out the Green Party’s proposed wealth tax during the election campaign.

    “If they keep ruling out these options, I don’t know what’s left on the table,” Shaw said.

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    • Well in the past te Greens have been shysters when it came to houses. Especially when it’s there accomodation.
      Remember who gave you Double Glazing, everything insulated beyound necessary, Ground sheets undder rentals, heat pumps because fires are banned, leaky houses becuase using yanalized timber was run out of town.

      I’m sure there’s more.
      Shaw should fuck off and leave the world alone.

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    • Here we go again, tail wagging the dog. Fcuk off Shaw you irrelevant cnut and take your demented rabble with you.

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    • I imagine that very few Greens would own property in their own name. No doubt their familty trusts would be the title holders.
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    • Hard to see any reason behind James Shaw thinking a CGT will solve anything other than getting him and his bunch well out of Parliament.

      Why should my wife and I, after working and paying tax all our lives be hit to solve an issue that has been exacerbated by unfettered immigration, over bearing RMA legislation and the Local Government act. Why when we have saved and housed ourselves should we be taxed as a consequence of Shaws theories that a CGT will solve someones elses housing problem?

      We bought our house over many years after hard work and all income taxed. The value of the house has not risen because of anything we have done. We gain nothing other than a surging rates burden – yeah I know, supposedly rates are not affected but they rise out of all reason just the same.

      Mr Shaw is not doing much useful in my reading. He should be ignored and the media should quit repeating his minor party comments.

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  4. NZ officials ‘deeply concerned’ as Hong Kong’s pro-democracy lawmakers resign en masse

    Hong Kong’s pro-democracy lawmakers announced today they would resign en masse after four of them were ousted from the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s Legislature in a move one legislator said could sound the “death knell” for democracy there.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/nz-officials-deeply-concerned-hong-kongs-pro-democracy-lawmakers-resign-masse?auto=6209191603001

    The resignation of the 15 remaining pro-democracy lawmakers will ratchet up tensions over the future of Hong Kong, a former British colony that has long been a regional financial hub and bastion of Western-style civil liberties but over which China’s government has increasingly tightened its control. A new national security law imposed by Beijing this year has alarmed the international community.

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  5. A new 4 bedroom home in Sunny Florida completely finished to a high standard $320.000 , average for the entire U S $220.000 ,in smelly Auckland the Worlds biggest slow moving carpark $1000.000 for a rotten old state house that is good only for firewood in a suburb with fucked roads and footpaths ,power poles and wires hanging everywhere, old falling down shopping areas and a fight to get out of your driveway twice a day, Sounds like a bargain FFS.
    And when is two mums Shaw going to come out the coward, or is he in a Helen Clarke type relationship ?

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  6. Who says there’s no fraud here?

    A number of dead voters received voting cards to take part in last month’s general election – though the issue does not appear to have been widespread.

    A Christchurch man raised concerns that deceased citizens could be having a say after he received a voting card for someone who died 17 years ago.

    Information released by the Electoral Commission to Stuff shows it was aware of 16 dead people who were sent EasyVote cards.

    However, there may be more instances that the commission was not notified about.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/123373738/sixteen-voting-cards-sent-to-dead-voters

    Try dying and see how quickly your pension gets stopped. and a refund required. Instant almost.

    BUT, we can’t purge a voting role of that dead person.
    Time to sack the person in charge. Lack of accountability.
    FFS

    The week before the election, Phillipstown man Jason Stagg received a letter from the commission addressed to Rosston Keith Harris, who had died 17 years earlier.

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    • I have never thought to question the integrity of the NZ system, Viking. But learning about these counting machines and what can be done with them has got me wondering. For example I read earlier that they have a simple way of reversing the count if a genuine mistake is made by putting few ballots through twice, which is fair enough. But if you can make that correction, why not just delete say 1000 votes when someone is not looking?

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  7. Just caught the tail end of Garner getting up Hipkins and Parker. No security guard at the entrance to 106 Vincent st Auckland, a property from what I understand, housing covid infected people!!! TV camera parked outside the front door, people coming and going at will!!! What a clusterfuck. Stick your lockdown threat right up your arse.
    The buck stops at you ardern..where the fuck are you???

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    • Well Cindy will tell us that this is not good enough, and not up to her expectations. Because shit is supposed to magically happen the way she’d like it to. Never accountable for anything.

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    • Careful.
      Ashely ‘ I’m so awesome they put me on a T-Shirt’ Bloomfield will take your Chridtmas away if you make him angry….

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  8. Opportunity knocks, start your own business, buy the equipment and brew your own West Coast version to sell.

    Locals frothing as DB Breweries considers relocating iconic beer out of Greymouth

    West Coast locals are frothing at the mouth at news DB Breweries is proposing to end the production of Monteith’s beer in Greymouth.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/locals-frothing-db-breweries-considers-relocating-iconic-beer-greymouth?auto=6209271560001

    DB says only 0.1 per cent of its production comes from the West Coast and the company needs to reduce costs.

    But locals feel abandoned.

    “To hell with them, taking our good beer away from the Coast and making it somewhere else. It’s not really going to be Monteith’s anymore, is it?” Goodsir says.

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    • DB wanted to do the same thing around 10 years ago, as the beer was brewed in Auckland (and Christchurch?)where the markets are. There was a big kickback from the public and they backed down, possibly realizing it makes a joke of the whole marketing strategy.
      I am not surprised the bewn counters are trying again, this time with Covid as cover.
      It is an important employer on the West Coast, especially now the cement works has gone. It is a good tour with free beer. My wife drove hometown last time i was there. She is not a beer drinker, and the tour guide agreed it would be a shame to waste it. Generous as well…

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  9. Douglas Bader is giving a talk about his combat experiences to a rather posh and prim school for girls.
    “…and I looked behind me, and dammit, there were two Fokkers on my tail!”
    A few nervous giggles were to be heard in the young audience.
    “And then above me, lo and behold two more Fokkers!”
    More nervous giggles.
    At this point, the headmistress felt it necessary to offer an explanation.
    “Girls, I would remind you that a Fokker is a kind of German fighter aeroplane…”
    To which Bader replied: “That’s of course true, and as maybe, madam, but these chaps were flying Messerschmitts!”

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    • Could you imagine the likes of Douglas Bader cowering at home in case he catches the flu? Hiding in his living room waiting for the next ‘Covid Announcement’ ?
      They were great men and women of that generation. Not afraid to fight for what they believed in.
      What the fuck has happened to the World??

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      • Good question.
        People came from larger families a century ago in the 1920s. Life was cheaper.

        The common man.
        The first to fight; the first to die.
        The last to know the reason why.

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  10. AUT is closed because of this Covid case in downtown Auckland. If more cases pop up, we’ll all be having Christmas at home.

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      • What rips me is that the forever forgiving taxpayer has paid for one year of her fees yet she can spend two fucking hours in smith and caughey and then go to gateaux house for expensive cake … nice gig if you can get it

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    • I do not understand the continued fear mongering. It served it’s purpose by helping to win the election. Why the need to continue?
      When was the last death due to this virus in NZ?

      We are not dealing with a leprosy outbreak.

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      • I must admit- I also thought Covid would magically disappear once The Mad Queen had won her election.
        Is it about Control? Fear??
        Is this how they are going to slam new taxes and laws on us? Under the guise of ‘Covid’??

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      • Well just have a think about that Ross. Why would Cindy give up the magic lantern of Covid? Are you attributing good intentions to that nasty bitch?

        Covid has been more wildly successful than anyone could have imagined. The pre-programmed masses have embraced fear with unbelievable gusto, hate-filled Karens have spawned at an amazing rate, middle-aged soyboys are utterly petrified that their aged mamas are going to be struck down with Covid that they want everyone imprisoned to protect the only woman in their empty little lives.

        Covid has allowed a massive change in our electoral system, allowing Cindy to lie her way to victory.

        Covid has fulfilled Cindy’s dream of proving her initial lie that capitalism has failed and she now has an unopposed free hand in Parliament

        Covid has allowed the effective isolation of NZ, we are effectively North Korea

        Covid has allowed widespread censorship and abuse of police powers

        Why would a fascist dictator want the device that is giving her everything and her Chinky handlers everything they dreamed of?

        Why would Covid go away when it allows her to do anything?

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    • I’m off to do a bit of panic buying before the Aucklanders show up on the last weekend before their next lock down and strip the supermarket. Anyone need any toilet rolls?

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      • Remember to wear a mask, feverishly wipe down your trolley first, and carry a wide-eyed ‘terrified’ stare as you zoom frantically around the aisles.
        If anyone even dares come within a few feet of you yell ‘Stand back’ at the top of your voice and start shrieking to Supermarket Management to have the person removed…

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          • Covid has been a real-eye opener in terms of showing what a spineless, quivering, fear-filled sub-species Kiwis have become.

            Who’d have thought that sometime in the past 20 years, the frontier spirit would be transformed into such utter weakness and gullibility.

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            • “Covid has been a real-eye opener”
              Very true.
              Both we (the citizens) and the State have learned much about how the masses will respond to a perceived threat.
              Money cannot buy this kind of knowledge. You can rest assured that the State will use this understanding to further its agendas in various areas.

              After all we have seen, what will be the straw that breaks the Peoples’ backs?
              Compulsory tracking?
              Elimination of physical currency?
              Traceable implants?
              A social credit system?

              What would it take to get you to join a general strike where people stay at home and refuse to work?

              (Wait a minute….)

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              • Now transfer that manipulation to Americans being fed propaganda by the Democrats and their supportive MSM for four years about what a terrible individual bad man Trump is and that he has stolen the election from the Dems.
                Joseph Goebbels would be so proud of them.

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              • Just wait until the ‘Climate Emergency’!
                This Government will lock us down threatening that the Sea is about to rise and engulf us….
                Terrified old people and gullible morons will comply.
                And they will keep idolising Jacinda- ‘Oooh she’s just lovely and keeping us all safe’ etc etc

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          • ODA-you are right its just that its the intelligent ones it brings the best out in Kiwis which is why you see so few.

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  11. Run Rabbit Run, while you can.
    CoVid will be put on your tail.

    …….. other residents had been less well behaved.
    Will said, in direct contradiction to advice from authorities, some took the opportunity to flee.
    “When I arrived back here, because I was out on the road, I saw people leaving with suitcases and I thought ‘what’s going on?'” he said.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/430502/man-at-mystery-case-building-turned-away-from-testing-twice

    It seems it does not matter if you can not get tested, so no difference in these other places either.
    Queenstown, Northland, Coromandel, etc., Baches Cribs, here we come.

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  12. Too much hui and not enough dooey. Continually fighting amongst yourselves doesn’t get houses built on Maori land. There must be a solution?

    Māori paying enough rent they could afford homes, but can’t compete with investors – advocate group
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/11/m-ori-paying-enough-rent-they-could-afford-homes-but-can-t-compete-with-investors-advocate-group.html

    He said targeted Māori housing policies were needed, including one that would make it easier to build on freehold land.

    “Looking at the notion of wāhi kainga, there is still a number of Māori who have inherited or own original quarter-acre sections with Māori Affairs homes on them, and most of those homes are freehold, so we know that there is the capacity on those quarter-acre sites to build at least one, two and sometimes three more dwellings,” he said.

    “We’ve been calling for this for a long time. We need a policy which directly supports those Māori who have that equity in the land available to them, right now, and provide wrap-around support so they can create good homes for their wider and expanding whānau.”

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    • The independent Māori housing advocacy group are spot on. In most parts of NZ it is the land values that are driving the cost of new builds & Maori, especially rural Maori, own land aplenty both as individuals & in tribal trusts. Basically they are asking for a wrap around service but any lawyer could organise subdivision or cross lease charged at their usual extortionate rates.

      The group should also take aim at do-gooders who drive up the price of new builds with ever more requirements, unnecessary regulations & their associated fees. Building a house is only complicated because local authorities want it that way.

      Not everyone requires a McMansion. Most would settle for a home less than a 100 years old that doesn’t leak.

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      • I have one over 100 years, no leaks at this stage, served the family well for three generations then needed to upgrade to suit tenants under the now seemingly everchanging regulations around residential tenancies. Add in the rates increases, Insurance costs, and the cost of living has rocketed for tenants.

        The current government has not assisted no matter how much they say they care.

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    • I remember seeing a series of maps of NZ showing the “decline in area of Maori land” over time. Certainly, the maps showed the red areas of “Maori tribal land” decreasing rapidly over the decades. However, what the maps didn’t address was the land that was once collectively owned that had been converted to freehold title.
      Since the proportion of “Maori” (read: people who self-identify as Maori) is rapidly increasing, and as many of these individuals own land, one could make the claim that the “area of Maori land” is on the increase in this country.

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      • Odakyu-sen
        I have noticed that too, the maori land put into free hold, and maori families were doing that in the last century, and has continued as an increasing trend.

        A share holder took a small block land, often as a payout for their share, even though they were often below the supposed share value.
        But it got the other iwi maoris of their back, and it was their own, 🙂

        Also a part of it was to get it out of involvement with the ‘iwi-ized’ maori land court.

        The maori land title, does make it difficult for a lender to have security. as their are so many devious ways that the maori land court can subvert a calling up for sale to repay a loan.

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        • I often see poor-looking hilly farmland covered in gorse, or wooden houses with all the paint peeling off and with rusty rooves. In collective ownership where is the incentive to invest your labor and capital in the assets? You will get nothing back. Why bother in the first place?

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          • Joint ownership (or communism) doesn’t encourage effort when others claim any benefit that is generated by an individual’s effort.

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      • Odakyu-sen

        The red areas may show less “Maori tribal land” but they carefully ignore the huge areas that have been incorporated into forestry blocks.

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    • All land is maori land, it’s just taking saint Jacinda a bit of time to give it all back, so far four primary schools to the ihuamato mob

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      • In NZ there is no such thing as property ownership.
        All there is ,is use rights allocated as “ownership “
        These are eroded by the hour in this country.
        Gordon Copeland MP had a Bill rejected where the right to own land was included in the NZ Bill of Rights.

        Maybe it is different for some NZ residents?

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  13. 10.30 tv1 news last night.
    Lying cindy was doing a interview on her cellphone. Man did she look ugly. Was just like one of them sideshow distorting mirror that gives you weird shapes! I hope someone posts it. Made her look like clarkenfuhurs daughter!

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  14. Heaven help us if they start widespread testing for Covid. They will suddenly find hundreds of (false) positives all over the place and that will be the excuse they need for another lockdown, just look at what is going on in Europe, thousands of new cases and almost no deaths now. And isn’t it odd how no one is dying from seasonal flu or pneumonia in Europe any more?

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    • What is the procedure for verifying a “positive” test result? Do they wait 12 hours and test again with a different kit (in case the original kit was faulty)?
      Or is a “positive” good enough to be believed without confirmation?
      Are the automated testing machines manufactured by a division of Dominion Voting Systems? (I hear that they can be programmed to deliver the desired result…)
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  15. Sweet Mother of Christ Ed!
    Did you have to put that pic up? I’ve got the kids at home today and that walking skeleton is scaring the shit out of them!

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    • walking ?

      Under the influence it is more… staggering.
      The rest, chauffeur driven in fossil fuel burning Crown Limos. or ‘private’ Air Force One

      No shanks pony for the prinzess

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    • Note: Kathryn Boockvar was a 2012 Democratic candidate who sought election to the U.S. House to represent the 8th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. She was defeated by incumbent Michael G. Fitzpatrick. Elections. 2012

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  16. Peter Williams quoting Hooten this morning saying “Jacinda will just put on her frowny, concerned face.” Has Hooten been reading YSB? 😝

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  17. How to have a lockdown when you ain’t ready for a lockdown.
    Tell everybody to stay home and wear a mask if you have to work!
    I would be supprised if we don’t get a lock down.
    If they let ak out over the weekend, it will be country wide, early next week!

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    • Nobody told the Auckland City cafes and other busy outlets they had to close. There was just a message from Chippie last night for AC workers to work from home if possible. No lockdown for residents in that infected apartment block, coming and going as they please. Covid control systems run by clowns. 🤡🤡🤡

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  18. If “normal winter flu season deaths” are significantly suppressed through all these safety procedures, are we not building up the “forest fire fuel load” with our good intentions?

    If it is “normal” to have 500+ dying of the flu each year in NZ (I assume that they are the elderly with comorbidities) then if we suceed in suppressing this normal annual death rate of 500+, then surely the “forest fire fuel load” (to use a crude analogy) will accummulate.

    You know what will happen, don’t you. A sudden “forest fire” of a significantly greater number of deaths than normal will happen, which in turn gives the State an excuse for even tougher clamp downs, which then starts the cycle of accumulation of “human death fuel load.”

    What do you think?

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  19. 30th Anniversary of the Aramoana shootings today. (Not that our self-centered Prime Minister will acknowledge it)
    I was just a kid but I still remember listening to the horrific updates live on the radio.
    An utterly terrible day in NZ’s History.

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    • The story serves no narrative.
      Member of the oppressor class kills a whole bunch of other members of the oppressor class. Nothing to see here. Move along.

      (I am being cynical. My condolences to the victims and their families).

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    • But they didn’t confiscate the licensed owners’ firearms back then. How come we didn’t have massacres every year since?

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    • There is quite a good movie of Aramoana somewhere. Back in the day NZ’ers were adult that could watch tragic events of NZ without being offended. We actually felt sincere empathy for our fellow Kiwis caught up in the terrible event. Might be on YT?

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    • I remember it well also. Grew up in dunners, and the radio was on at school. A couple of classmates lived across the harbour and even there they were initially unable to go home, due to his high powered rifle.

      As a point of interest, my girlfriend at the time, and myself, went down to Aramoana only one or 2 days after the incident. I think it was 2. We parked at the end of his road. His house was two down from the corner I think. Two cops were wandering down the road away from us, and for some reason we just decided to go into his house. There were no guards, no cordon, or tape etc.
      We walked into the first bit which you would call a porch I guess, covered in though. That’s where there was a fridge. I don’t know if it was going or just used as storage, but I opened it, and inside was ammunition. I remember boxes, and shotgun shells too. We went into the house proper and into the living area. There was a bookshelf against the wall. Lots of ‘war’ type books.
      That was enough, we were shitting bricks really. In the house for maybe a minute, tops.
      Looking back, it was a foolish thing to do but hey, We were 16.

      Different times though. The cops sure did a shit job of keeping the area secure!

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        • I doubt it WG. Not sure for a reason to fingerprint his house?
          It was burnt to the ground a day or two later also.
          They don’t have my prints 😇

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  20. Well you didn’t tell us this before, but you obviously knew and told AUT, because they’re shut.

    “The AUT student who tested positive for Covid-19 had been on campus, it has been revealed.”

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  21. “Ken” Daalder from newsroom has been supping fom Cindy’s trough.
    He wants us all to go into lockdown, to protect us from ourselves!

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  22. For those interested in some real data and analysis on the Covid BS, Ivor Cummins is the best I seen, by a country mile.
    In his latest he rips into the UK and Irish Govts for their latest lockdowns. I’m sure if he saw the NZ situation he would laugh his head off and use that wonderful Irish word –edgits (sp?)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mboEkVl9ooc

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      • Siouxie Wiles was claiming the other day that ‘ Only Collectivism’ will save us from Covid!
        Total and utter Socialist/Communist whackjob showing her true motivations- I’m actually amazed anyone old enough to remember the Iron Curtain believes any of this Covid bullshit anymore…

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  23. Eminently sensible.

    Trump bans US investment in firms controlled by Chinese military
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/11/trump-bans-us-investment-in-firms-controlled-by-chinese-military.html

    The Trump administration on Thursday unveiled an executive order prohibiting US investments in Chinese firms that Washington says are owned or controlled by the Chinese military, ramping up pressure on Beijing after the US election.

    The order, which was first reported by Reuters, could impact some of China’s biggest companies, including telecoms firms China Telecom Corp Ltd, China Mobile Ltd and surveillance equipment maker Hikvision.

    The move is designed to deter US investment firms, pension funds and others from buying and selling shares of 31 Chinese companies that were designated by the Defense Department as backed by the Chinese military earlier this year. Starting January 11, the order will prohibit any transaction by US investors in their securities.

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  24. A prison inmate has been found guilty of threatening to kill and sexually assaulting his younger cellmate
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/inmate-found-guilty-sexually-assaulting-younger-cellmate

    Crown lawyer Mitchell Heslip said the complainant was forced to perform oral sex – and if he did not agree, was slapped and threatened.

    Heslip said a week-and-a-half after the assaults started, Goundar forced himself on the man for the first time. He also threatened to kill the man.

    The victim said the assaults happened most nights for months – but he stayed silent and did not seek medical treatment out of fear of repercussions.

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    • Will the inmate recieve a large payout from the prison service (remember this happened under angrys watch) they have to keep him safe and sound and uninjured.

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      • I think Kelvin is Minister of Corrections, or at least he was before the election so was probably the one in charge when it happened. Now Kelvin may just be the dummy standing in the corner Labour brings out for photo ops.

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  25. Deary, deary me, Labour haven’t planned enough managed isolation facilities

    Some Qantas and Jetstar customers have had their Christmas travel plans thwarted as the airlines scale back flights to and from New Zealand. The companies say the decision is based on managed isolation facilities in New Zealand reaching capacity.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/qantas-jetstar-cancel-trans-tasman-flights-citing-nzs-limited-quarantine-vouchers

    “Qantas will operate two services a week between Sydney and Auckland, with Jetstar to operate two to three flights a week from Sydney to Auckland until the end of January,” the statement read.

    A Qantas group spokesperson told 1 NEWS the company is “working with New Zealand authorities to ensure that our schedules align with available quarantine spaces”.

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  26. Help I need a psychiatrist!

    I venured over to KB for a quick look.

    My goodness, what a deranged same of people. No wonder Cindy got voted in.

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CNY
0.2163
INR
0.0192