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  1. Any bets on how long it will be before Cindy wakes up one day and realizes that her leadership has spun completely out of control and all the lies, bullshit, projections, promises ,schemes ,10s of billions wasted,100s of committees ETC ETC has all been for naught ?
    For her sake and NZs lets hope her anti anxiety medication isn’t already maxed out.
    Maybe she can call on her new best boyfriend Joey Biden for help he’s an expert on medications.

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    • It will never happen rev. Horsey believes that she is the
      saviour of NZ and we are so lucky to have her as our
      leader. I think that is called delusion. Anyway, off to work
      now. Horses are expensive to maintain.
      Have a great day folks.

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    • Yeah I agree with Artimus. It’s never going to happen. She has a full blown messiah thing going on. She is on the road to Davos. With it looking increasingly like the STEAL is not going to be stopped in the US – there is nothing NOTHING that can prevent the Great Reset from happening and the introduction of a one world government and neo-feudalism.

      One example. In any other universe a left wing PM would be increasingly concerned about spiraling house prices in NZ. But Covid Cindy isn’t?

      Why is that?

      Simple. Line 1 of the great reset philosophy.

      You will own nothing. And you will be happy

      All Covid Cindy (AKA President for Life) has to do is follow the NWO road map and by 2030 the concept of private property (looking at you – real estate) will have been ended. So for someone who sees themself as a messianic long-term strategic visionary – something that’ll be fixed inside a mere 10 years is not worth worrying about.

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      • Jacinda Ardern is a deranged Megalomaniac.
        She was never the ‘nicest’ person but all the ‘Jacindamania’ bullcrap and total adulation from the Media over the past couple of years has changed her for the worse…
        She now appears to literally believe herself to have a ‘God given right’ to rule over us! (Think the Jesus Christ poses/Pictures of her with a halo etc etc)
        Be very afraid-
        History shows what such crazed leaders do to their political opponents.

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        • Capricorn@0805

          This is somewhat long, but would seem to describer Princess quite well…

          Narcissistic Personality Disorder

          Know someone who expects constant admiration, who thinks they’re better than everyone else, but flies off the handle at the slightest criticism?
          These tips can help you recognize and cope with a narcissist.

          What is narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)?

          The word narcissism gets tossed around a lot in our selfie-obsessed, celebrity-driven culture, often to describe someone who seems excessively vain or full of themselves. But in psychological terms, narcissism doesn’t mean self-love—at least not of a genuine sort. It’s more accurate to say that people with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) are in love with an idealized, grandiose image of themselves. And they’re in love with this inflated self-image precisely because it allows them to avoid deep feelings of insecurity. But propping up their delusions of grandeur takes a lot of work—and that’s where the dysfunctional attitudes and behaviors come in.

          Narcissistic personality disorder involves a pattern of self-centered, arrogant thinking and behavior, a lack of empathy and consideration for other people, and an excessive need for admiration. Others often describe people with NPD as cocky, manipulative, selfish, patronizing, and demanding. This way of thinking and behaving surfaces in every area of the narcissist’s life: from work and friendships to family and love relationships.

          People with narcissistic personality disorder are extremely resistant to changing their behavior, even when it’s causing them problems. Their tendency is to turn the blame on to others. What’s more, they are extremely sensitive and react badly to even the slightest criticisms, disagreements, or perceived slights, which they view as personal attacks. For the people in the narcissist’s life, it’s often easier just to go along with their demands to avoid the coldness and rages. However, by understanding more about narcissistic personality disorder, you can spot the narcissists in your life, protect yourself from their power plays, and establish healthier boundaries.

          Signs and symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder
          Grandiose sense of self-importance
          Grandiosity is the defining characteristic of narcissism. More than just arrogance or vanity, grandiosity is an unrealistic sense of superiority. Narcissists believe they are unique or “special” and can only be understood by other special people. What’s more, they are too good for anything average or ordinary. They only want to associate and be associated with other high-status people, places, and things.

          Narcissists also believe that they’re better than everyone else and expect recognition as such—even when they’ve done nothing to earn it. They will often exaggerate or outright lie about their achievements and talents. And when they talk about work or relationships, all you’ll hear is how much they contribute, how great they are, and how lucky the people in their lives are to have them. They are the undisputed star and everyone else is at best a bit player.

          Lives in a fantasy world that supports their delusions of grandeur
          Since reality doesn’t support their grandiose view of themselves, narcissists live in a fantasy world propped up by distortion, self-deception, and magical thinking. They spin self-glorifying fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, attractiveness, and ideal love that make them feel special and in control. These fantasies protect them from feelings of inner emptiness and shame, so facts and opinions that contradict them are ignored or rationalized away. Anything that threatens to burst the fantasy bubble is met with extreme defensiveness and even rage, so those around the narcissist learn to tread carefully around their denial of reality.

          Needs constant praise and admiration
          A narcissist’s sense of superiority is like a balloon that gradually loses air without a steady stream of applause and recognition to keep it inflated. The occasional compliment is not enough. Narcissists need constant food for their ego, so they surround themselves with people who are willing to cater to their obsessive craving for affirmation. These relationships are very one-sided. It’s all about what the admirer can do for the narcissist, never the other way around. And if there is ever an interruption or diminishment in the admirer’s attention and praise, the narcissist treats it as a betrayal.

          Sense of entitlement
          Because they consider themselves special, narcissists expect favorable treatment as their due. They truly believe that whatever they want, they should get. They also expect the people around them to automatically comply with their every wish and whim. That is their only value. If you don’t anticipate and meet their every need, then you’re useless. And if you have the nerve to defy their will or “selfishly” ask for something in return, prepare yourself for aggression, outrage, or the cold shoulder.

          Exploits others without guilt or shame
          Narcissists never develop the ability to identify with the feelings of others—to put themselves in other people’s shoes. In other words, they lack empathy. In many ways, they view the people in their lives as objects—there to serve their needs. As a consequence, they don’t think twice about taking advantage of others to achieve their own ends. Sometimes this interpersonal exploitation is malicious, but often it is simply oblivious. Narcissists simply don’t think about how their behavior affects others. And if you point it out, they still won’t truly get it. The only thing they understand is their own needs.

          Frequently demeans, intimidates, bullies, or belittles others
          Narcissists feel threatened whenever they encounter someone who appears to have something they lack—especially those who are confident and popular. They’re also threatened by people who don’t kowtow to them or who challenge them in any way. Their defense mechanism is contempt. The only way to neutralize the threat and prop up their own sagging ego is to put those people down. They may do it in a patronizing or dismissive way as if to demonstrate how little the other person means to them. Or they may go on the attack with insults, name-calling, bullying, and threats to force the other person back into line. (1)

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          (1) (N.A.) ‘Narcissistic Personality Disorder’, [online] https://www.helpguide.org/articles/mental-disorders/narcissistic-personality-disorder.htm [accessed 25 November 2020].

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          • All on point, thanks, DP, C0, K

            And modernized into “gas lighting”

            1. They tell blatant lies.
            2. They deny they ever said something, even though you have proof.
            3. They use what is near and dear to you as ammunition.
            4. They wear you down over time.
            5. Their actions do not match their words.
            6. They throw in positive reinforcement to confuse you.
            7. They know confusion weakens people.
            8. They project.
            9. They try to align people against you.
            10. They tell you or others that you are crazy.
            11. They tell you everyone else is a liar.

            https://www.psychologytoday.com/nz/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201701/11-warning-signs-gaslighting

            Most of those 11 points there, expand out into great brief descriptions, calling out what we see.
            —————–
            This link shows the 15 effects on you, that is to the general public.
            https://www.verywellfamily.com/is-someone-gaslighting-you-4147470
            Just a little scroll down to
            15 Signs You Are a Victim of Gaslighting

            All part of how to indoctrinate, which the academics, media, entertainers, politicians, that seek riches, power & control from others.

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  2. Hey Ed You bin watchin too much telly?
    a man with tits and a bike.
    Oh and green as well.

    The world has turned to shit.

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  3. Now here is an interesting case for Scomow and his syncophatic mate Dutton.

    Sir Ron Brierley facing eight further charges for possessing child abuse material.

    Multi-millionaire businessman Sir Ron Brierley faces eight further charges of possessing child abuse material.

    The 83-year-old Kiwi corporate raider was detained at Sydney International Airport back in December. A search of his electronic devices allegedly found more than 200,000 photos and videos of girls aged between two and 15 in sexually suggestive positions, according to court documents.

    He was charged with six counts of possessing child abuse material at the time.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/11/sir-ron-brierley-facing-eight-further-charges-for-possessing-child-abuse-material.html

    1. Has Ronnie changed his passport? Is he still a Kiwi citizen?
    2.Why haven’yt the aussies claimed him like they have so many others from Phar Lap to Russell Crow?
    3. If he is found guilty how will he be treated.? Off to jail and sprung by the other left footer from the clergy, Deported as a 501?
    4. Will he shuffle off this mortal coil in some way?

    It will be interesting to see what the machinations of all this will be. Of course the court case will go on and on and on because although he is not a sportsman he has status.

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    • Pennsylvania have certified their votes (just a procedural thing). But now they have put the USSC in a corner. Before the election the USSC ordered them to separate votes received after 8.00 on election night. Does not seem that was done and the issue with the USSC was delayed until after the election and I understand it, it has not been resolved.
      So what does the USSC do ? Knuckle under to mob rule and lose it’s authority or do they over rule all the PA legal game playing, especially what the state SC did. The USSC would effectively have to rule out most of the late votes to maintain it’s authority and the role of the Constitution.

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    • Holding firm, gathering, collating, verifying the evidence continues.

      election worker’s affidavit proves evidence of voter fraud in the presidential election

      “She is confident that thousands of ballots were back-dated, but that’s not the only misconduct she said she saw,” he stated. “Going all the way back to September when she was first assigned to the election project, she says she saw election ballots going and having their dates changed…in other words they were committing fraud.”
      https://www.oann.com/trump-campaign-continues-to-fight-as-more-evidence-of-voter-fraud-emerges/

      Step by step, more evidence seems to be building, just a matter of timeliness, and I hope it can all go forward to be legally proved.

      Joe BIden and the officials did not want an audit so eventually many of the media, politicians, academia will be smirched and their credibility loss will more than likely launch a counter within 2 years in the mid-term elections.

      “blood, toil, tears and sweat” and so the ground will be prepared.

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      • I do not know the numbers for California, particularly for Presidential elections.

        However intriguing, if it includes looking at Nancy Pelosi’s vote numbers too? 🙂

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      • Thanks freethinker. I haven’t watched “Dylan” as he waves his hands around too much but had seen that about the ‘homeless’ votes. I wondered at the time the election fraud came to light in other states whether California would have been won by Trump? California was called for Democrats very early even before the counting had been totally completed.

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  4. Bwahahaha

    Kiwibloggers are waking up this morning to the fact that their hero Mr Fruity is a lying Jewish prick.

    “Lee C

    If I were to plot the downward spiral of Kiwiblog as an objective font of impartial political commentary I would say it began post Christchurch, and has not recovered since.

    I need a break, so go well everyone.

    Thumb up 4 Thumb down REPLY REPORT NOVEMBER 25, 2020 8:02AM”

    YSB is starting to get a seriously competitive number of comments in General Debate compared to Fruity’s.

    WELL DONE!!!

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    • My post a few minutes ago on Kiwiblog:

      I hate to be the kid in the fairy tale of the naked emperor…

      I have been with Kiwiblog under a variety of guises right from the beginning.

      Kiwiblog lost nearly all it’s credibility after the Christchurch moderation when the moderators were not just censoring out extremism but also based upon ‘niceness’.

      The final blow to Farrer’s credibility was a stupid and hurtful post last year which was done as a prank but backfired miserably. Also a similar stunt recently with respect to the NZ election.

      I know this will be moderated based upon recent examples but a lot of us formerly enthusiastic bloggers can’t get their head around the fact that Donald Trump has done more for freedom than any other person in recent history, including for the Jewish people and yet here on Kiwiblog Mr Farrer chooses to piss on Donald from above at EVERY SINGLE OPPORTUNITY!!!

      Credibility is difficult to achieve and can be lost in a second.

      Meanwhile I recommend Kiwibloggers to seriously consider STOP wasting time here and go to https://ysb.co.nz/category/have-your-say/

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      • I spent about ten years posting on Kiwiblog and I met David Farrer once- He was a very nice bloke.
        But sweet Jesus did he lose the plot after the Christchurch Shootings- It’s like he was scared of his own bloody shadow! I couldn’t get my head around how he and many on the political ‘Right’ somehow felt responsible for the actions of that one nutter? It seems like has been grovelling and apologising since…

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  5. Ryan Bridge: Grant Robertson is passing the buck a bit on house prices – but what else is he to do?
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/11/ryan-bridge-grant-robertson-is-passing-the-buck-a-bit-on-house-prices-but-what-else-is-he-to-do.html

    The Finance Minister has asked the central bank to consider house prices when making a decision on interest rates and printing money.

    It’s not technically messing with the bank’s independence – he’s done it in a letter talking about the bank’s remit, something he’s perfectly entitled to do.

    But it puts Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr under huge pressure on Wednesday – a day where he’s holding a major press conference.

    All he will be asked about now is house prices: “What are you going to do? Are you to blame for runaway prices?”

    So Robertson is passing the buck a bit, but what else is he to do?

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    • Robertson is right: Unless the Reserve Bank can show that they advised the Minister at the time on the effects of Quantitative Easing on asset prices, they are guilty of negligence. If the Governor had told Robby at the time then a different approach to the problem could have been considered by the Government.

      When this shit first hit back in March the FIRST thing I did with respect to my finances was to check the historical outcomes of QE. What has happened is exactly as predicted. I’m OK and good: I’m a property owner. So I could relax.

      The landless, not so much 🙂

      Time for Adrianne Orr to go for:
      1) Stupidity
      2) Negligence
      3) Cowardice.

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  6. “The Finance Minister has asked the central bank to consider house prices when making a decision on interest rates and printing money.”

    This is just spin for the “masses”. Does Robertson really think the RB has not being doing that for years and years ? It is part of the inflation mix.

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    • His finance qualifications are …
      ..his father was an accountant who went to jail for stealing from his employer

      Alf’s wife’s first role when he finally left uni was to give away $7 million in an NGO fund – to Samoan people.

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  7. How long is it going to take for Robbo to work out that the only way to sort the housing market is to build more houses? It’s not rocket science. All his arsing round on the demand side is just a deflection from their inability to get anything done.

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  8. It amazes me that a government that has done so little and given away so much can remain so popular. I suppose the answer is in the giving away, it’s a pity they don’t seem to realise sooner or later someone is going to have to pay. This is likely due to lack of real world business experience. Robbo looks more and more clueless by the day.

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    • The wind is blowing in a different direction thanks to housing prices. There are a LOT of angry young people and their parents who thought they were voting for a princess, not having to pay $10,000,000,000,000 for a run-down house in a gangster-ridden part of Auckland patrolled by armed cops in armoured vans.

      Now what did Maggie Thatcher say about socialism and other peoples money…

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  9. Cindy has said on TV that the Government will use the 3 tools in its armoury to fight COVID-19

    Kelvin, Twitford and Willy I assume

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  10. Americans should be suspicious of the election results

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5j88gkKbjoo
    You have every right to be suspicious | Benny Johnson

    Benny Johnson reminds you to ‘remain suspicious’ regarding the results, Joe Biden’s ‘made up’ office and more – via Newsmax TV’s ‘The Benny Report.’

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  11. Cross-party RMA reform support needed for housing affordability — Judith Collins

    Judith Collins is calling for the Government to work with the National Party when reforming the Resource Management Act (RMA), after Finance Minister Grant Robertson wrote to the Reserve Bank in an attempt to curb housing prices.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/cross-party-rma-reform-support-needed-housing-affordability-judith-collins?auto=6212032208001

    Speaking to TVNZ1’s Breakfast this morning, she called the Reserve Bank letter a “remarkable turnaround” for the Government.

    “On Monday, we had the Prime Minister saying that would be ‘Muldoonist’ and we had Andrew Bailey for the National Party having suggested it in the first place,” she says.

    “[Robertson] may not wish to give credit where it’s due, but good on Andrew Bailey, first up as shadow treasurer getting out there and doing the job.”

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    • Cross party agreement on the RMA?
      God help farmers ,no one else will,
      National passed the bloody act and Labour honed and sharpened enforcement methods.
      Farmers are struggling to live with the act.
      Most are now unsuspecting criminals dealing with a regulatory tsunami no one fully understands.
      The built environment (urban) will be “kindly “ addressed.and the natural environment ( rural) will continue to be kicked wherever a boot can reach.
      Hopefully a minor party will stand up for productivity and those creating it?
      ACT or the Greens ?
      Nah minorities don’t matter.

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      • We had cross party agreement on the Arms Act amendments post Christchurch and the Zero Carbon Law, and subsequently National took a hiding.

        Need to learn from those mistakes.

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    • So TV1 filth being obtuse pricks again.
      They love to pronounce all the ‘modi’ names and change spelling in a heart beat with magic ‘h’s appearing but refuse to spell Andrew Bayly’s name correctly.

      No surprise from that lot.
      Classless Filth. Yes, they make great commies.

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  12. SPARK is without doubt the worst NZ company, they have been trying to get our fast fibre working correctly for 3 1/2 months.

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  13. In the beginning about CoVid, vaccination and about the advice to continue masking etc.. yeah right.

    “The Boiling Frog Effect”
    https://youtu.be/cmoduY8RYy4
    23 mins 53 secs. : • Nov 25, 2020 by “Computing Forever”

    Health passports, permanent wrist bands, looking like yearly vaccines?.
    Freedom passes, but you are not free if you can not get it as to be tested twice in a week like the “Florida nurse” (linked below) but look at those calculations.

    Your rights are only granted by the government, because the government took all your rights away, then give bits of “carrots” back, while whipping with fears.

    What is the price of your freedom?
    Your liberties are being robbed.
    Will you have to text authorities to leave home? as in Greece.

    Slowly alter inch by inch, etc.. etc… etc.. temporary? well new normal, as otherwise people will just immediately push back.
    Government supports small business’s, money etc,,, but they lies, , charades, to deceive.

    “A nation that prefers disgrace to danger, is prepared for a master and deserves one” – Alexander Hamilton
    —————————————
    This nurse seems to be a good teacher of the “Modern Maths” of Covid-19

    Florida Nurse Blows The Lid Off Of How The COVID-19 #’s Are Inflated Via Re-Testing
    0:02 / 0:59
    6:08 PM · Nov 23, 2020

    https://twitter.com/i/status/1330740067493687296
    60 seconds

    Now did you figure that multiplication factor? Incredible.
    That just dwarfs that “Ri” number.
    —————-
    From a comment
    “I’m now more “scared” by my fellow slaves then I am of my masters or a virus.”

    So now I am more afraid of you now, as you could be a “turn coat”

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  14. Is the call of “racism” a tool for grabbing power?

    Kevin Davis: “…it shows there is “systemic racism” in the education system. ”

    Logic test
    If the education system is dominated by the Left, and there is “systemic racism” in the education system, the Left must be racist.

    Or maybe because the education system is dominated by people who do not self-identify as Maori, the “systemic racism” is due to their unconscious bias (they can’t help themselves, you know).

    The only way to fix the problem is to take away the power from non-Maori and give it to Maori. That’s it. Grant power and privilege to an individual based soley on the color of their skin.
    What could possibly go wrong?
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    • Lefties control the education dept,
      Lefties are the teachers,
      Kelvin was a teacher and is now complaining about the system after how many years in it!
      How many students did you fail to teach kelvin?

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    • Yes Sooty, Davis caught with the matches.

      Kelvin Davis is gas-lighting us.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-589/#comment-108161
      just as Ardern is, and as Komata mentions Ardern’s narcissism, just above that link on that thread.

      It is as if it is our fault, one of those ‘gas-lighting’ making the public to be the ‘victim’ and Davis the ‘white knight’.

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  15. All of your predictions of communism , and a gray state— now evidence, proof positive.

    The new NZ police cars are , wait for it — Skodas

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      • I remember King Curtis from On the Mat days TV1 ( wrestling )
        advertising Skodas back in the day. They were the biggest lol! My best mate had a yellow one, 3 speed manual floorchange and reverse gear was where 1st gear is in a standard manual car. I drove it once, put it into 1st ( reverse ) foot down went straight backwards at warp speed into an old Vauxhall PAX. Engine on that Skoda was in the rear end.
        Needless to say I fucked it good.

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        • …..”Needless to say I fucked it good”……

          Impossible. It was pre-fucked by its designers.

          Do you recall the NZ answer to the car shortage in the late 60s, early 70s? Yep…..the trusty Trekka. The concept may have flown a little further had the developers not accepted the Skoda Octavia motor instead of the Cortina engine it was originally designed for.

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        • They too were junk though they had their origins in the 1960’s Fiat 124.

          Yet the Russians loved them. When the Russian fishing boats were working in our waters, at the end of the season the cashed up crews would search the car yards of NZ for used Ladas. They’d lash them to the decks of the trawlers & cart them home for resale at a good profit.

          Most used Ladas were so rotted out after a few years that you could kick holes in the panels with bare feet. I’d hate to see what they would have been like after a couple of months covered in salt spray.

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          • Gawd, we had some crap back then, amazing what we used to put up with..?
            The Rusky crap and the British shit wasn’t far behind !~

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            • The British shit was the pits stigie. I had a couple of Minis & a Cortina but my first real car was a 1963 Chrysler Valiant. Reconned the motor once but apart from a few clutches & front suspension joints it was the same vehicle that I towed the kids horse float with fifteen years later.

              In turn the Jap product outshone that of the Yanks but the Poms stayed on the downhill slide.

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              • My dad had a string of Austin Maxis, followed by Princesses. How a loving father could do that to his kids is beyond me.

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              • The Brits own virtually none of their car brands now.
                The Indians – that they ran for hundreds of years – own Land Rover/Range Rover.
                Krauts got Mini
                Chinese got Austin and MG.

                They 1960s Jaguar- fill ‘er up with oil and check the petrol !
                A british car without a drip tray is like a petrol tank with no cap !

                It is pretty much just the small volume hand-made cars that have remained British.

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                • …..”the small volume hand-made cars that have remained British”……

                  Aston Martin is the only one I can think of off hand. Jaguar is Tata Motors (India). Rolls Royce is BMW & Bentley is part of Volkswagen. Lotus is Chinese owned.

                  All victims of lazy, half-arsed Pommie tradesmen & commie unions.

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          • my experience with Fiat 124 was that it rusted badly. I beleive Fiat set up the Lada factory and the Russians paid them with steel instead of cash. But the steel was crap…… The 124 was not a bad design, mine did over 300,000 miles before the engine literally fell out. Easy to work on, small engine ( 1000cc) but Webber carburettors made it go reasonbly well.

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  16. Here a picture. How do the cops get on with required maintenance contract in the regional areas that don’t have Skoda outlets?

    NZ Police reveals new, more environmentally friendly patrol car after Holden shuts up shop

    New Zealand Police will be hitting the road in a new model of car after Holden shut up shop in Australasia, and it’ll be better for the environment.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/nz-police-reveals-new-more-environmentally-friendly-patrol-car-after-holden-shuts-up-shop

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  17. AP home from work early today. Had an accident
    at a steel yard when I was dropping off some product.
    The steel on my truck had moved in transit and ‘blew’
    out the side of my truck when I released the catches.
    I didn’t move fast enough and was sent sprawling.
    Slightly sore with a fucker of a bruise on my leg and sore wrists
    from landing on the ground. Will hopefully be ok to get back
    to work tomorrow.

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  18. That’s very generous of you. Thanks Dick and Jillian.

    Remarkables Station gifted to Queen Elizabeth II trust for ‘all New Zealanders’

    Nine hundred hectares of land at the foot of the Remarkables Range near Queenstown has been gifted to the Queen Elizabeth II National Trust.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/remarkables-station-gifted-queen-elizabeth-ii-trust-all-new-zealanders

    “We thought about this idea and it just stuck so it feels like the right thing to do,” Jardine said.

    “We want to keep it as it is forever, we don’t want buildings all over it or housing, there’s so much housing going in around we want to be part of saving something.”

    The station will change hands in 2022, coinciding with the 100-year anniversary of Jardine family ownership of the farm.

    “The family have been on the property for 98 years so they rightfully want to make it to 100.”

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      • Of course it was, you fool! Amazeballs cindy could not function in parliament if he was not running deflection for her! It’s deeper than a carpark puddle in there!

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  19. Judith Collins suggests Reserve Bank Governor respond to Grant Robertson with one word: ‘KiwiBuild’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/11/judith-collins-suggests-reserve-bank-governor-respond-to-grant-robertson-with-one-word-kiwibuild.html

    “I must say, the irony has not escaped me,” Collins told reporters on Wednesday after Robertson wrote to Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr requesting him to consider how it can help to stabilise house prices.

    “Perhaps the Reserve Bank Governor might just want to say one thing back which is ‘KiwiBuild’.”

    Labour campaigned in 2017 on KiwiBuild as the housing crisis solution, promising 100,000 houses in 10 years. But with just 258 houses built as of September 2019, the policy was ‘reset’ – the targets were dropped and it shifted towards progressive homeownership.

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    • I’ve located Robbos long lost younger brother ,it’s “Randy” on that Canadian show “Trailer park boys” , have a look he’s a dead ringer for Robbo….

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    • Inflation is here.
      .But not yet acknowledged by the RB or others who should know.
      Robbo is going to inflate the Covid debt away.

      Any one with savings will lose lose lose.The elderly and those trying to save a deposit will be first.
      Then wealth taxes etc will bite.

      So that will be the great new reset.

      Of

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  20. My wife’s ‘nail lady’ told her that her daughter, who voted for Jacindamania, is outraged at the housing market. Daughter is looking at a 2 bedroom house in Browns Bay, Auckland. $900,000 and the government subsidy ONLY applies for houses < $600,000.

    People, especially young people, voted for the gayest parliament in the world.

    Now they wonder why they are getting fucked up the ass!!!

    YOU CAN'T MAKE IT UP 🙂

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    • Of course it was, you fool! Amazeballs cindy could not function in parliament if he was not running deflection for her! It’s deeper than a carpark puddle in there!

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  21. Group files emergency petition in Wisconsin after finding 150,000 potentially fraudulent ballots…

    https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/group-files-emergency-petition-wisconsin-after-finding-potentially-150000

    Nearly 200,000 Wisconsin voters did not have to show a photo ID in the April election

    MADISON – Nearly 200,000 voters dubbed themselves indefinitely confined for the April election, allowing them to cast absentee ballots without providing a photo ID.

    Those voters will automatically receive absentee ballots this fall. (Snip)
    Of the nearly 1 million people who voted by mail, about 195,000 labeled themselves indefinitely confined, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission. That’s more than 2½ times the nearly 72,000 who called themselves indefinitely confined in 2019.

    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/2020/05/26/200-000-wisconsin-voters-did-not-have-show-id-april-election/5246892002/

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    • “Candidate Joe Biden was so effective at animating voters in 2020 that he received a record number of votes, more than 15 million more than Barack Obama received in his re-election of 2012. Amazingly, he managed to secure victory while also losing in almost every bellwether county across the country. No presidential candidate has been capable of such electoral jujitsu until now.

      While Biden underperformed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 totals in every urban county in the United States, he outperformed her in the metropolitan areas of Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Even more surprising, the former VP put up a record haul of votes, despite Democrats’ general failures in local House and state legislative seats across the nation.

      He accomplished all this after receiving a record low share of the primary vote compared to his Republican opponent heading into the general election. Clearly, these are tremendous and unexpected achievements that would normally receive sophisticated analysis from the journalist class but have somehow gone mostly unmentioned during the celebrations at news studios in New York City and Washington, D.C.

      The massive national political realignment now taking place may be one source of these surprising upsets. Yet still, to have pulled so many rabbits out of his hat like this, nobody can deny that Biden is a first-rate campaigner and politician, the likes of which America has never before seen. Let’s break down just how unique his political voodoo has been in 2020.”

      More of this amazing man’s accomplishments at

      https://thefederalist.com/2020/11/23/5-more-ways-joe-biden-magically-outperformed-election-norms/

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  22. From COLFO:

    Dear Saggy,
    Tomorrow the Government is set to receive the report of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch terrorist attack. According to the Royal Commission, the Commissioners and secretariat conducted close to 400 meetings and interviews in the course of the inquiry since it was established on 8 April 2019. The Royal Commission has said publicly that the report has been written so that it can be published in full without the need for redaction to protect national security or privacy or confidentiality matters.
    When will we get to read the report?
    The Inquiries Act directs that the report must be presented by the appropriate minister (in this instance the Minister of Internal Affairs) to Parliament as soon as “practicable”. Although Parliament opens today (indeed, our former spokeswomen, Nicole is being sworn in as an MP!), the media reports that the Government is saying the report will be released “before Christmas” because it is lengthy. So if they don’t table it in Parliament tomorrow, it will be next week or the following week (when Parliament finishes for the year). It would be very poor form from the Minister to only table it next year. But according to our lawyers, there is no meaningful way of enforcing this provision other than getting the media to shine the spotlight on the delay.
    We’ve waited long enough for these answers
    We are very concerned that the Government plans to bury the Commission’s report and release it just before Christmas – to minimise negative media attention.
    COLFO has just issued this pre-emptive media release, so the journalists have the right questions in their mind when they receive the report.
    We’re also calling for the Government to release the report immediately. We’ve all waited long enough.
    MEDIA RELEASE
    VITAL FIREARM LICENSING ANSWERS EXPECTED
    WEDNESDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2020
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Firearm owners targeted by last year’s law changes expect the Royal Commission’s report into the Christchurch Mosque shootings will deliver answers on a vital matter avoided by the Police and Government for nearly two years; how Tarrant got his licence despite signs that he could not meet the “fit and proper” test.
    COLFO Chairman Michael Dowling says members were surprised that Tarrant had a firearm licence.
    “As soon as our members learned of Tarrant’s background, they asked how a recently arrived lone Australian could get a licence. They wanted to know how Tarrant’s application was handled, given that Police were supposed to interview character referees who had known him for at least three years.”
    Dowling says COLFO members had objected over the past five years to undermining of the “fit and proper” licensing system by budget cuts and management changes.
    “Instead of admitting the management shortfalls, the Government and Police tried to pin responsibility for Tarrant’s murders on responsible firearm owners and the licensing system.
    “If the Royal Commission confirms that Police failures precipitated this tragedy, their extraordinary powers under the Arms Act should be removed immediately.
    “New Zealand needs a body whose sole job it is to make firearms licencing work. We must take away the temptation for Police to divert funding and resources from that vital task,” Dowling says.
    Questions the Royal Commission should answer:
    • How did an Australian without NZ connections get a licence?
    • To what extent did the process rely on on-line questions and miss face-to-face assessments?
    • Did Police enquire about Tarrant in Australia? If not, why not?
    • Who did Police contact as character referees? What judgment did they apply to their suitability?
    • Were the character referees required to have known Tarrant for at least three years? If not, why not?
    • Would Police have been better equipped to apply the fit and proper person test to Tarrant if they had not abandoned the previous system that closely involved local non-sworn people?
    • Did Tarrant’s character referees lie to Police; and if so, what has happened to them?
    • Did Tarrant have a licence endorsement that allowed him to purchase the firearm he used to murder his victims? If so, why? If not, was the firearm illegally sourced, and if so, from where?
    • Would he have been able to get the large magazines or other features that facilitated his murders if previous firearms community warnings about gaps in the endorsement system had been acted on?
    • Was anyone found to have attempted to remove or change evidence about the collection of data on Tarrant’s fit and proper status?
    • Were the Minister and Prime Minister told about failures in vetting Tarrant, and if so, why did they subsequently continue with the firearms ban and Arms Act changes knowing they were not related to the murders?
    • If the government did know, why were Police not replaced with a special purpose authority in the law change last year?

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  23. Some parts may have been repeated in other videos.
    Mostly about Dominion and how the machines were used.

    Sidney Powell With Lou Dobbs: AZ Witness Says Handed Out 35K Votes To Dems. Just To Start It Off!
    https://youtu.be/p6y8VhYP8M8
    7 mins 01 secs. : • Nov 24, 2020

    Who paid what to whom?
    First Filing will be no later than tomorrow.
    The defendants will be folks in Georgia. 🙂
    Busy, but more to file in other states, when they can.
    Dec 8th Dec 14th dead lines, but believes she will be timely.
    Do the Democrats care? as it is so blatant.
    So many states had been given a Democrat head start of 35,000 through the machines.
    ———–
    I wonder at other corrupt media, academia teaching in universities, people in New Zealand, who can if they seriously looked, would find there is more than enough to wonder about, to have at least some doubts about the USA election.

    Yet they blithely go along that it was a great non fraud election and seem to want to help cover up any discrepancy.
    It seems they are happy to go along with corruption, not to see, not hear, and not to speak, or even have a question about it.
    Are they really that ignorant? that arrogant?
    It makes them appear as if they are running are also running cover for fraud, with throwing out obfuscations, disparagements.
    In doing that, it raises a point, is there corruption in NZ? and by how much?
    Have they got a motive? a trough they are feeding in?

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    • Simpleton1.
      “Do the Democrats care? as it is so blatant…”

      There had been talk that it was all planed this way knowing that DJT was going to win hands down. Pelosi had spoken about it back in September and was wanting to force a contested election…knowing that she was still going to have the numbers to have Sleepy Joe voted in by the House.

      The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft a-gley.

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      • The question is, and they may not know it,
        Did those miscreants break just state law, or Federal law?

        Federal Courts.
        Federal Sentencing
        Federal Jails.

        At least if Trump gets in we know they will serve at least a full 4 years of any sentence. 🙂 🙂 and as long as their is a good Republican President. 🙂

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      • Is that one of the Republican’s who has taken CCP money to throw the re-election of President Trump? Sidney has proof so there will be lots of squirming behind the scenes. It’s a great big can of worms she has evidence of.

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    • Thanks wg, Sounds like a busy day for the Dr.

      In various ways, it seems Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, are still in play.
      There are ongoing audits, new audits, improprieties, absentee ballots, no corresponding written request by the voter, etc.
      The heavy hitting law suits being filed in from tomorrow, and through next week.

      All differing ways & even despite so called certification, as legislatures still have to ratify, and hopefully by then more information of what was going on, will be out there, for their final decision making.

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  24. I notice the so called conspiracy theorists that got hammered by the brainwashed are not always wrong after all.
    One of the buzz phrases the C/T’s use is, “Symbolism will be their downfall.”
    On back of the US dollar note the all seeing eye is on the cap stone of the pyramid and the 13 courses(layers) of bricks symbolise the tiers of Free masonary. The Latin accompanying phrase ‘Novus ordo seclorum’ is translated to mean “New Order of the Ages” (NWO?)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annuit_c%C5%93ptis
    So,
    Nine News did a segment on Qantas and it’s slide into obscurity on 19th August.
    At the 1 min 15 mark take a peek at the engine covers.

    https://www.9news.com.au/videos/national/qantas-profit-down-91-per-cent/cke1yhavt000x0hmv5zvmfrnj

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  25. It may be a long-term judicial fight, but Australia is pushing to deport an Algerian terrorist.
    Dutton;-
    ….. “I cancelled the Australian citizenship of convicted terrorist Benbrika, [making him] the first individual to have lost citizenship onshore,” he said.
    “He has been notified of the citizenship loss and he will remain in prison while an interim detention order is in place.” ……
    ….. Government was doing what it thought was “appropriate” to protect Australians from the danger posed by Benbrika. ….
    “In this instance, he spoke about thousands and thousands of Australians being killed, that’s what he advocated for at the time,” he said. …..
    ….. trying to keep the Algerian-born cleric locked up in Victoria’s Barwon Prison after his sentence has finished. ….

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-11-25/terrorist-prisoner-abdul-nacer-benbrika-citizenship-cancelled/12919698

    Lets hope he does not become a focus of our “welcome refugee” committee cause. 🙁

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  26. Unfortunately just stumbled onto The Project TV3.
    Who, or what is the big fat hideous South African unfunny?
    Never seen anything like it.

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      • Ive never seen anything like it. Looks like Jabba the Hutt outta Starwars. Incredulous. Why would you put that on prime time TV? ( yes Ive polished off a bottle of Peg Bay Chardy..and it still looks like a horror movie)
        [insert vomit in moth emoji]

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    • All park of the dyke mafia
      There are a lot of them.
      Funded by NZ on Air. (the Bank of U n me)

      I last saw The Thing about 10 years ago on 7 Days.

      I guess with a 32 inch TV then you might need a 60 inch TV to fit it in now.

      My question is, …the critter was obese then.
      How the hell did a Saffa get into NZ with an obvious significant health deficiency?

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    • One that should have been left in South Africa,. She is a complete embarrassment. Not my Saffa…..

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    • LOL! “The (Ardern’s) furrowing, frowning and nodding, which Treasury refers to as F2N,”

      “Details about the increased caring are yet to be revealed but experts predict it will be in line with the prime minister’s previous track record of looking thoughtful and sad whenever questioned about an issue in front of media, and will consist of furrowed brows, worried frowns, and empathic nodding. The furrowing, frowning and nodding, which Treasury refers to as F2N, will increase by one percentage point a year, aggregating each year to an astonishing 9% increase in Net Prime Ministerial Caring, or NPMC, by the end of the decade.”

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    • A failure of ‘caring’ police vetting 18 months ago, but hijab and adhans seemed cover that.

      A failure of taking ‘care’ of monitoring White Island coming up a year ago. She turned up, but lucky for her, but the survivors were hospitalized. The police had not managed to stop the helicopter rescues.

      A failure of caring for the families, by not going in & carrying out the dead bodies in Pike Mine yet. Just a Parliamentary speech:-
      “Ten years later we are very close to fulfilling the commitment to you,” she told the families.
      “But our obligation to you as families does not just exist at Pike River.
      It exists in every workplace across the country.
      I know that is one of the reasons we were asked to be here, in Wellington today:
      To remind us that the memory of your men, and your decade of efforts, must be carried in all we do to prevent further tragedy.”

      Ever so caring, demanding money with menaces, with no responsibility or accountability in the art-form of redistribution.

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    • A steady explanatory speaker, so that I can piece it together in my head.
      He brings up some interesting perspectives and what is happening behind the scenes and how things are coming together.

      The Trump Team is splitting into two, in order to attack the enemy on two battle fronts.
      Trump’s team is adopting a strategy of “splitting the troops.”
      Trump’s side is to focus on re-election, while Powell’s side is to take on the thieves who staged the coup.
      Walk on two legs and strike on two lines.

      Powell said, “The evidence I’m compiling is overwhelming that this software tool was used to shift millions of votes from President Trump and other Republican candidates to Biden and other Democrat candidates.
      We are proceeding to prepare our lawsuit and plan to file it this week. It will be epic.”

      Trump has continued to deal with the real enemy behind what is going on in the world, which is the “communist threat” located mainly in China.
      Along the side of the communist threat, we have the CIA also.
      Did the CIA Manipulate the Election Heist?
      “The CIA operation is being controlled from Frankfurt” wrote Michael Shrimpton, published in Veterans Today.

      ”Senior EU officials in Brussels were aware of the CIA plan to rig the election.”

      “Peking are clearly in the loop.”

      Joe Biden’s connection with China, is one reasons we will be talking more about the communist threat on this channel.

      Pennsylvania mail-in ballots “extensively altered”; Biden announces office members | Front Page
      https://youtu.be/4qrj6uI_MoQ
      19 mins 27 secs. : circa 5:30pm 25th November 2020 : Front Page.

      The international connections are amazing, but at the end of the day, it is not surprising is it?
      I can see connections now to earlier information, rumour that I thought was dud.
      At this stage it is all according, ….. …… so if all the ducks line up,
      If true, the suction down that drain in the international swamp will be amazing.

      It certainly is a game of “do not count your chickens before they hatch”
      Have you ever seen a duck realizing it has an egg, that instead of hatching has gone rotten?
      A totally odoriferous experience. 🙁 🙁 🙁 as I have wondered what that duck is doing, running and carrying that egg away. then phhheeeewww. What some would say, suffering the consequences, but she does get rid of it.
      Not sure if the duck put the egg down a rabbit hole. 🙂

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  27. Crime Deterrents:
    Fines don’t work.
    Prison threats don’t work.
    But being forced to ride in a Skoda… well played New Zealand Police, well played.

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    • I just looked.
      The lying filth of the media are calling them Czech cars.
      They are Volkswagen.
      Hello,
      Volkswagen diesel to be precise.
      Hope their fuel budget works out !!

      I see the lying media filth (is there any other type) say the cops have used Holden for 70 years.
      No, in the 1970s they used Fords . Less than 10 years though.

      Also, the cops had the sirens taken of then about the late 70s for abuse.
      Rightly so. Muldoon days.
      He knew what arseholes the World Bank and globalists were.

      Prior to forcing the traffic cops into da filth force there were 5 cities that had their own traffic cops. Akl, Lower Hutt, Invers, Panmure and another.
      Anyway, the Panmure cops had some Nissan Skylines.
      Late 80s.
      About the time that car was winning Bathhurst.
      They were not going to be outrun.

      Perhaps the media filth are saying they are Czech because they identify with what was once communist state. !!

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  28. “One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them.”

    ― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

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  29. Anyone spotted biohazard disposal bins for masks yet?
    It’s awfully contagious you know……that Triffid 19 thingy.

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    • One can not be too careful.

      If a rat sniffed a contaminated face mask, then CCP virus may mutate, then come back & reinfect humans.
      There are some big mutated rats out there too, in some houses.
      Whoops, Was that in the Davos, WEF plans too, a rebirth of the virus?

      After all, tens of millions of mink have been euthanized in Denmark to stop that problem as the risk of it stuffing up vaccines.

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  30. On that Utube clip it seems a little crazy to start, but confirms and verifies credentials, in the past of his guest.
    Takes a bit of just setting the scene initially but gives great context.
    He has his own website “Deep Capture” and if you google you will find that he has been fighting media and Deep State particularly in finance.

    Patrick M. Byrne (born November 29th, 1962) is an American entrepreneur who was the CEO of Overstock.com. In 1999, Byrne launched Overstock.
    In 2002, Byrne took Overstock.com public. Since its initial public offering, Overstock.com has increased revenue to almost $1.8 billion.
    In 2005, Byrne became known for his campaign against illegal naked short selling. Byrne and securities regulators maintain illegal naked shorting has been used in violation of securities law to distort prices of public companies’ stock.[4] Under his direction, Overstock.com filed two lawsuits alleging improper acts by Wall Street firms, a hedge fund, and an independent research firm. In each case, the defendants have settled with Overstock out of court.

    MEET SIDNEY POWELL’S PROFESSIONAL EXPERT
    https://youtu.be/Y7AsXRq6Kkw
    31 mins 47 secs. : • Nov 24, 2020

    This is the evidence Sidney Powell & Rudy Giuliani will be using.
    They show the back ground evidence in some parts, and show how media are so light in their checking of things.
    Then they pull together the different evidence that focus into how the fraud was done.
    Blatant for real, but so simple, but blurred by the cover by the incompetent media as they are driven by their ignorant agenda.

    I feel he has mastered with his tech team the issues of Dominion, the soft ware, back doors connections for different hackers believe it or not.etc..

    Then the “sharpie pens” issue, not just mixed story, but just how it worked, and the technicality connections.
    That it was very targeted, so not wide spread. Just focused to only 6 critical locations.

    His statistical evidence sounds convincing, though I am no mathematician. and explained just what is truly possible and what that means, which really means over so many lifetimes to see it just once for a second means it is possible, so not technically impossible, just to grasp the meanings of these “odds”.
    ———————-
    .Well there is a lot riding on this, and hopefully whatever needs to be done with in time frames is done.
    Also knowledge, making it known as after all the politician needs to know, that the people know.

    Thinking on that, now I am not so sure how the Judge on what one of those cases filed, with Rudy could so throw it out of court. Though I do feel that the judges reasons sounded very arrogant and sarcastic and of course the media feasted on it, and their followers of “never Trumpers”

    I am no statistician,. and only arithmetically barely literate, but now I think the guest post by “Kiwi in America” is on the right track.
    I can see how it was decried in the comments, with no real point on his numbers. Was it really that bad? through out.
    DPF also decried that post, and later parodied it, but that is not pulling the numbers apart,

    Maybe DPF is not complicit, but when one thinks of how he has pushed for computerized voting systems, through the years, and seemed to treat any opposition or questions about security with arrogant disdain.

    Now we are aware that Auckland City and Scytl have connections and with NZ youth also, So is this the computer company that DPF would have had in mind? Any connections to DPF? and suckered in too?
    One wonders if the computerized voting system and now looking like it’s using deviousness to enhance the elite in knowing better than the “average joe” to govern the plebs.
    The elite do not realize in their arrogance, that there are other even bigger sharks looking to eat them up, and what they are playing with, would set up a mix of war lord, feudal, communist system.

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