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  1. Why are we being inflicted with the two hasbeen C- -Ts Key and Clarke again ? don’t forget these two fucks are good mates and I’ve no doubt there is collaboration going on between then ,
    Fuck off and leave us alone you self loving arseholes we’ve got enough problems with Cindy without you two slimy pricks telling us what to do ,FUCK OFF .



    • Jews created the communist plague. They also gave us Abrahamic religion.

      Why are you surprised he is mates with a communist and led a bunch of Christians, obsessed with money, given he’s a literal Jew banker?

      Though I voted for the slippery Shylock and he did a reasonable job at the time.



      • Given the two massive earthquakes which seem all but forgotten by the masses and the huge boost in our exports and tourism which again all seem forgotten I have to agree with you Kea.
        People have either no memory, selective memory or were too young to remember or all of those.
        It’s not 12 years ago that developers couldn’t sell sections in Tauranga. Indeed The Lakes subdivision which has now sold out went under because of that. A few years later Carrus picked it up for a song and just at the right time and away it went. 2000 + sections later it almost completely built out.
        Ya gotta be old and have a reasonable memory and all that studd to keep things in perspective.
        Keys problem is he didn’t really like doing the hard stuff desp[ite his reputation. Didn’t get rid of the Maori seats when he could have.
        Didn’t change the RMA when he could have.
        Shat on his best Perliamentary Partner in every sly way he could.
        Went with Maori Party because he likes to be liked rather than doing what was best for NZ.
        More importantly, forgot who his voters were and went for the Liberals.
        Sucked up to Labour.

        Should have routed them after his first election. Had the numbers and the power to remove them forever with their union mates. Never had the courage.
        Left his party in the same state that Clark left hers.
        No succession plan.
        Picked and promoted poor quality people.
        Had no real NZ policy for the future. Play it by ear bro.
        Took on too many jobs for himself. didn’t develop better ministers.
        Liked nice job handles rather than being the sage.
        Ran away when the writing was on the wall.
        Did the same at Air NZ.
        Will he do the same at ANZ?



  2. But Krumdieck says imagine taking a Texan – “a big old guy, with a big old truck” – and sending him to live in Amsterdam for a few years to do his job.

    Just because of a change in the system of living, his energy consumption is immediately going to be cut by about 75 per cent.

    “He’s still making good money. But he has a small apartment. He walks, bikes, or takes a tram to a small office. He’s using like a fourth the resources he had in Texas. And he’s not going to actually die because of it.”

    Krumdieck says we simply have to redesign our lives, so they function on far less energy. And the good thing is people already want such a change. Research of the most-used term in US real estate adverts at the moment demonstrates this.

    “In the United States, ‘walkable’ is now the number one property seller. I mean, whuuut?” she drawls.


    A very good summary of our Carbon neutral bullshit.



  3. In Bali, people are starving.

    At this time of the year, Jimbaran local Yeny Fita Wulandari would usually be run off her feet, juggling jobs in a busy spa and thriving tour business in Poppies Lane, one of Kuta’s many buzzing laneways.

    But this year, the mother-of-three can barely put food on the table.

    International border closures in April delivered a terminal blow to Bali’s economy, obliterating the tourism industry and leaving a hole worth billions of dollars.


    Do the Muslims care. Well no they are adding to the woes by threatening to prosecute anyone drinking alcohol.

    Oh dear.



  4. Just explaining things we already knew about journalism and the media.
    extracted from behind a paywall.
    In the 1950s, the CIA ran a covert campaign called “Operation Mockingbird,” in which they recruited journalists as assets to spread propaganda, and while the campaign officially ended in the 1970s, evidence suggests the project never really stopped.
    In her book, “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism,” Sharyl Attkisson addresses one of the most pressing issues of our time: media bias and the deterioration of objective journalism.
    Multinational industries, and the drug industry in particular, also wield powerful influence over content relating to their particular interests. As drug advertising became a major income stream for media companies, their reporting on health and medicine became increasingly biased.
    Big Tech companies are also masters of censoring anything that might hurt themselves or their technocratic allies.
    In terms of health, COVID-19 reporting has taken censorship and media manipulation to brand-new heights.
    All social media platforms are openly censoring dissenting views about the virus, particularly its origin and treatment.
    Even lauded doctors and scientists have been axed for speaking against the desired narrative dictated by the World Health Organization

    There is an over an hour long interview.

    Further short blurby reviews of the book.

    From the main review of the book.
    Most frightening of all, a broad campaign in the media has convinced many Americans not only to accept but to demand censorship over journalism.

    The besotted-ness of NZ media, becoming the “Gods” & raising “God’s” in celebrity to worship in line with their agenda, and indoctrination.
    “and You will be happy” is disturbing as they disturb, unsettle & destabilize every one, so they can sell security of “all can be well”

    To understand what they are about, then more easier to counter them, and ask more questions of them, as they race around formulating questions for the already predestined answer.



    • How to deal with the media.
      So many good points, in this article. from a straight foward perspective, that is a reply, most likely to a “talking head” of celebrity media.

      ….. It is not our “goal” to raise our profile through the dangers and injustice that Big Tech censorship now represents. It is, perhaps, our goal to shine light upon that danger…
      …… My honest and respectfully intended question to you would be:
      What is it that makes media folks always want to “get an interview” when the information is there for the taking?

      Perhaps, by training, by habit, or by unintended consequence you have developed yourself to live for the process itself as an end result.
      Is it logical to believe that journalism is the interview; the conversation is the point; the smoke is the fire? ……


      A no nonsense reply, with great patience and understanding with many insights of the journalism media nonsense. 🙂



  5. Some encouraging news from the USA.

    Trump has already won this election. The treasonous enemies of America have already been caught. They will face criminal charges by the thousands as all this plays out, unless they flee the country first. And the DOJ is about to drop the hammer on the entire operation. The American people are with Trump — including many Democrats who are now sickened by what they witnessed take place with wholesale left-wing election theft. Americans will not allow their country to be stolen by foreign interests, and as we’ve mentioned before, if Trump needs to call up every able-bodied man in America to converge on Washington D.C. fully armed with courage, millions of patriots will arrive to defend this constitutional republic against its enemies, both foreign and domestic. Trump no longer needs to win recounts, and he certainly doesn’t need the media on his side. They won’t be around much longer anyway. All Trump needs is to continue gathering evidence, prepare to present it to the world, and continue to garner support from millions of Americans who are ready to lay their lives on the line, if necessary, to defend this nation. We win if we choose to win. The only way we lose is if we surrender to the criminals on the Left. And the word “concede” isn’t even in my vocabulary. Nor will Alex Jones, Owen Shroyer, Steve Bannon, Jim Hoft, Rudy Giuliani or any other patriot surrender to these left-wing criminals and tyrants.
    And the Executive Order:



  6. Thanks to MMP we have another useless Greens list plonker. Giving the old folk the middle finger whilst he and 2 mums swan around in their parliamentary limos telling the poor to eat cake.

    I can see this prick is going to be a headline grabber. Up until now I had never heard of him.

    Interesting that Golly appears to have missed out on a portfolio. Told too many porkies ??



  7. Paddy had been stepping out with Mary O Reilly for nearly a year and the pair of them were head over heels in love. One day Paddy was walking up the high street and he got talking to Mary’s brother
    “There’s something I have to tell ye Cormac, yer sister is a smashing girl I don’t tink I’d foind better anywhere. I’ve a mind to ask her to marry me this weekend!”
    Cormac looked surprised and replied “OK Paddy but have ye seen me father?”
    Paddy answered “I have Cormac and he’s a fine figure of a man but if it’s all the same I’d rather marry Mary!”



  8. Proving himself to be a complete twat.

    Green Party MP Ricardo Menéndez March blasted for ‘OK, Boomer’ reference

    He took to Twitter following this to express how he hopes to represent senior citizens in his role.

    “As the senior citizens portfolio holder I’m ready to ask ‘are you OK, Boomer’,” he said. “Hardship grants for senior citizens have increased over the past few years, with growing inequities for our migrant, Pasifika and Māori senior citizens. Everybody deserves to grow old with dignity.”

    His tweet wasn’t received well some users, with one labelling it “disrespectful”.

    “I’d rather you didn’t call me ‘Boomer’ please,” one person said. “It’s true I’m in that demographic, but the term has been taken over by younger people than me to use in a derogatory way, usually to falsely accuse me of having extreme wealth and multiple houses, to the detriment of younger generations.”

    Menéndez March responded, saying “that’s the whole point” and he’s breaking the narrative that all senior citizens have benefited from capitalism.

    “We also have Millennials and Gen Z folk who have inherited ridiculous amounts of wealth. Looking forward to honouring the intergenerational work happening on the ground for justice,” he said.



  9. Ryan Bridge: Climate crusaders tell us to stop flying while sipping sparkling water in business class

    An international study has found climate researchers take more gas-guzzling flights than any of their colleagues – yes, that’s more than business academics, trade academics, geologists – you name it, our green friends have out-flown them.

    It’s like when James Shaw, our Climate Change Minister, spent $77,000 on international travel – more than any other minister that year.

    They tell us to stop flying; sell the car, ride a bike, stop eating meat, exist on mung beans and kombucha and there they are sipping carbonated water in business class, after stepping out of a taxi or Crown car at the airport.



  10. The Water Safety nannies have been reciting their annual homily over the number of drownings & the government, desperate for a fresh take, decided to ask the Road Safety Council for ideas.

    NZ’s 2020/21 Swim Slower Summer campaign starts next week.



  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t59jFSTtKa8&list=TLPQMjMxMTIwMjAEJZH5A_Dh8g&index=2
    McCarthy: The American people have rejected the ‘socialist agenda’

    ‘The American people have now rejected Nancy Pelosi and the Democrat socialist policies,’ House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., tells ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ referencing the election results.

    Collins: Conservative Georgia voters have ‘got to’ vote in runoffs

    Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., highlights the importance of Georgia Senate runoffs on ‘Sunday Morning Futures.’



  12. Musicians from around the world will next month sing the praises of the United Nations on its 75th birthday in an online event titled “Peace Through Music: A Global Event For Social Justice.”

    I guess the West was utterly wasting its time in getting rid of slavery. The Blacks miss it so much…




  13. Anyone interested in education in general but NZ in particular then listen to Leighton Smith’s latest podcast (No 91). Leighton had a young lady on it from the NZ Initiative but has a background in practical teaching and research. Extremely articulate and knowledgeable.



  14. You don’t have to be mad to vote for Biden, but it certainly helps!

    Largest number of cluster votes in Wayne Co. MI came from psychiatric hospital for patients with severe mental illnesses

    Yesterday, data scientist Sarah Eaglesfield tweeted about some interesting facts she uncovered while looking into Wayne County, Michigan’s voter data from the November 2020 election. Her data, so far, explores cluster votes in Michigan’s Wayne County, where hundreds of affidavits have been filed sharing eye-witness accounts of voter fraud and intimidation by paid election workers and officials and Democrat activists present at the TCF Center, where absentee ballots were processed.

    The largest cluster of votes received in Wayne County was from the Walter P. Reuther Psychiatric Hospital, which provides treatment, care, and services to adults with severe mental illness. 97 patients at the facility either applied for a ballot or are register as absentee voters, and 78 appeared to have returned their ballot.
    From the Michigan.gov website: Walter P. Reuther Psychiatric Hospital provides treatment, care and services to adults with severe mental illness.
    Given that the psychiatric facility in question specifically states that it caters to those with severe mental illness it should be investigated what mental capacity these voters had and whether these ballots were potentially abused. It is my understanding that there is no capacity test for voting in Michigan, although state law allows for one to be applied….




  15. Labour’s proposed minimum wage increase an ‘act of economic vandalism’ – ACT leader David Seymour

    The new Labour Government has committed to increasing it again in 2021, to $20/hour.

    David Seymour has condemned renewed calls for a minimum wage increase, saying it would be “an act of economic vandalism” that would only succeed in reducing the number of jobs available to Kiwis.

    But Seymour believes following through on that election promise would be “an act of economic vandalism”.

    “Basic economic theory and empirical evidence show minimum wage increases would only serve to reduce the number of jobs available,” he said.



  16. I just walked past the “gayest parliament in the world” doing a photo shoot. Ardern smiling away sickeningly, as she gazes out at a ruined divided nation. But her work has only just begun.

    We are ruled by psychopaths.



    • I feel like we are in an episode of the fucking Twilight Zone.
      Why can’t people see through that dreadful woman? Our country is falling apart, tanking economy and mass unemployment and we have had our freedoms ripped away from us…
      But a ‘cutesy’ story about Baby Neve and the whole Country goes-
      ‘Aren’t we lucky to have Jacinda?’



  17. More propaganda? Another one flushed out of the swamp.

    The General Services Administration has informed President-elect Joe Biden that the Trump administration is ready to begin the formal transition process, according to a letter from Administrator Emily Murphy sent Monday afternoon and obtained by CNN.

    The letter is the first step the administration has taken to acknowledge President Donald Trump’s defeat, more than two weeks after Biden was declared the winner in the election.

    “Please know that I came to my decision independently, based on the law and available facts,” Murphy wrote. “I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official — including those who work at the White House or GSA — with regard to the substance or timing of my decision. To be clear, I did not receive any direction to delay my determination.”



  18. This is a message from the year 2024.

    Help! We’re in lockdown #17.

    Covid infections are at 57 million, and deaths are bugger all. Ardhern has been replaced with Princess Matua – but there’s no difference in government policy except all property is owned – including your own clothes – by armed Maori gangs which patrol the streets. Unemployment is at 5 million. The last school closed last year. The buses and trains have stopped running. Universities are closed until further notice. Hospitals are now patrolled by the army to prevent cancer patients getting any operations – in order to leave space for the rare Covid patient. Deaths from other causes are now running at twice the 5-year average of the years 1066-1840.

    If you look towards Coromandel you will see the flames from the Chinese-owned oil refineries. The Hauraki Gulf is devoid of life due to the arsenic used in the refinement of gold by The President Xi Gold Prospecting Corporation.

    Obesity has been ‘fixed’ by exporting all New Zealand’s food to Beijing. The leader of the Greens – a Mexican by the name of ‘March’ declares white folks to be subhumans who need to be turned into bars of soap.

    Help, you have to save us! You have to ignore your insane government and ignore the lockdown.




    • And then came HOPE!

      It began like kids at a school dance. A lot of people are shy about being the first one’s on the floor, but as soon as a few get out there everyone comes flooding out.

      For all the dumb, rotten people in the world and all the sheep as well, there are still A LOT of good people who, once they clearly see they’re fighting evil, they show up to the dance.

      Have a little faith. And may GOD bless you.



  19. Many good points about government officials, departments, fudging numbers, and then trying to censor in the UK.

    He said: ‘The Daily Mail is right to highlight the problems with the [official] figures that are being produced. It’s what good journalism is about.

    ‘With respect to the DoH, I really don’t think they should spend their time arguing with newspapers but get on with their job of making sure they are ready to help when patients need it.’

    Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the Tories 1922 backbench committee, signalled that it was not the Department of Health’s job to stifle debate on tackling the virus. ‘Our British tradition is that the people tell government what it can do – not the other way round,’ he said.

    “So is it really that bad?”



  20. As well as keeping inflation in check, and now unemployment, Robbo is going to ask the Reserve Bank to take into consideration the effects of any of their decisions on house prices. Looks like Robbo’s painting a target on Orr’s back so Orr gets the blame whatever happens.



  21. Sidney Powell free to invesitgate it all and see where the chips fall

    Sidney Powell issues statement after Giuliani announces she is not part of Trump’s legal Team | NTD

    NTD News Today-11/23/2020
    01:12 Sidney Powell Not Part of Trump’s Legal Team
    02:51 Trump Team Appeals Dismissal of Pa Case
    03:52 Trump Touts Withdrawal From Paris Accord
    05:15 Official US Pullout of Open Skies Treaty
    06:05 Arizonans: Good People Can Change a Nation
    09:03 Trump Turnout Hurt Dems: Rep. Richmond



    • WG…the next video up on the One News feed after the Spitting Image clip was one of Dear Leader telling us about her positive and warm conversation with President Elect Biden where she passed on our congratulations for his victory.

      Do you know how to save this video clip as I sense it might end up memory holed in the near future?



  22. Has Kelvin forgotten his party are the government, and that he was a school principal?

    Accepting low rates of Māori achievement in school is ‘systemic racism’ –

    Kelvin Davis says when schools accept low achievement rates from its Māori students, without aspiring to better them, it shows there is “systemic racism” in the education system.



  23. This just in from England. What on Earth is the meaning of this?

    The great reset news

    Jacinda Arden to give the NZ central bank the power to set house prices !!!

    you heard it here first.

    Edit: Just seen Saggy’s comment above.



  24. Seems like a very secure place to hold to some of those trials. 🙂
    The targets in Georgia first, seemed to be named.

    Powell stated that the ‘New World Order’ has ‘OVERTHROWN The Republican Party’ and that the Republican
    Party sold its soul to the “New World Order” in return for large cash payments in the form of “enormous bribes.
    ”Sidney Powell warned the GOP risks being “neutered like a bitch” by “the Great Reset” in 2021 if President Trump’s second term is stolen from him by “children of darkness.”


    I guess their could be plenty of room in Fort Leavenworth, 🙂



    • I watched a bit of Steve Bannon’s show today. He made the pint that Sidney Powell is going for a criminal case whereas Team Trump are going to Court on Constitutional grounds. The criminal case will probably take longer. So I am sure both teams will collaborate with information but it understandable why they are taking slightly different courses.



  25. Mildred and her husband George went for counselling after 37 years of marriage.

    When asked what the problem was, Mildred went into a passionate, painful tirade, listing every problem they had ever had in the 37 years they had been married. She went on and on and on: neglect, lack of intimacy, emptiness, loneliness, feeling unloved and unlovable, an entire laundry list of unmet needs she had endured over the course of their marriage.

    Finally, after allowing this to go on for a sufficient length of time, the therapist got up, walked around the desk and, after asking Mildred to stand and unbutton her blouse, he embraced her, put his hands on her breasts, nuzzled her nipples till they stood erect and kissed her passionately as her husband George watched with a raised eyebrow. Her face was deeply flushed and she panted softly. Mildred shut up, buttoned up her blouse, and quietly sat down in a daze.

    The therapist turned to George and said, ‘This is what your wife needs at least three times a week. Can you do this?’

    George thought for a moment and replied; “Well, I can drop her off here Mondays and Wednesdays, but on Fridays, I play golf.’ Can you pick her up?”



  26. How much does NZ owe China?
    When will they make it compulsory?

    “China has proposed a global mechanism on the mutual recognition of health certificates based on nucleic acid test results in the form of Internationally accepted QR codes,” Xi said.
    “We hope more countries will join this mechanism.
    We also support the G20 in carrying out institutionalized cooperation and building global cooperation networks to facilitate the flow of personnel and goods.”


    All part of “institutionalizing” “systemically” infecting other countries with the actual CCP virus, that is even more deadly than Wuhan flue.

    …. contact tracing data collected by health, and it would appear, other authorities, to create a QR code that,
    when scanned, shows whether a person is considered healthy and allowed into public spaces (green),
    if they should self-isolate at home for two weeks (orange),
    or be immediately hospitalized or sent to a quarantine facility (if the code color comes up red).


    Where is this QR code placed?
    Seems to be a bit more than a card, or smart phone.
    So which leaders are feeling enticed to bring that into place.

    I know of one species that is regularly branded,



    • The thin edge of the wedge in the UK, sort of digital health passport.

      One of the distinguishing features of British society vs repressive tyrannies like the Soviet Union used to be that you didn’t have to carry identity papers to prove your right to walk down the street.

      ‘Freedom Pass, Please’: Boris to Introduce Covid Passports as More Lockdowns Loom

      Certain parts of reasons & to achieve compliance, then into digital systems, that will then have algorithms that will figure and place limits, on you. Ultimately seems to be a part of the Great Reset, and then be able to place controls on your freedom, liberty, finances. etc..

      All done with carrots and sticks, like travel, sports arenas, musical festivals etc.. to get the first part done, a false freedom, then things are made more difficult for those that resist.

      We are at our weakest now, but right now we are actually at our strongest! when we can do something. discuss, debate, argue, protest,



  27. And Clark’s yapping again, “take the chance to reset”

    Government not ruling out lifting minimum wage in line with living wage

    The workplace relations minister is not ruling out lifting the minimum wage in line with the living wage.

    A new report from the Helen Clark Foundation and the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research is calling for the increase, saying it would boost productivity and create a more inclusive economy.

    The Opposition says the report is misguided, and piling more costs on businesses will lead to job losses.

    NZIER deputy chief executive Todd Krieble said that in the wake of Covid-19, the government should take advantage of the chance to push the reset button.

    Krieble said lifting the minimum wage to the level of the living wage of $22.10 would boost productivity.

    “It would encourage investment from employers in skills, either technical skills or soft skills, and it would help employees to hang around.”

    The government increased the minimum wage three times last term, moving from $15.75 to $18.90.



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