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  1. Kiwiblog’s DPF has gone full CNN, latest post is just delusional and just a little bit sad for the poor little man

    This post by Farrar is (unintentionally) brilliantly hilarious – it is a textbook illustration of what stage 4 TDS looks like. His hatred of Trump is positively suppurating out of his mangina.

    Apparently Trump is the “worst President in history”, even DPF’s pinko audience called the laughing gnome on that one. I mean, now that we know that Obama’s excesses made Nixon look like a choir boy – it’s tough to go past the man that put blokes in women’s bathrooms as the worst Pres ever. But of course, then you’ve got the two Bush war criminal Presidents, GW Bush (with the help of the same corrupt intelligence services and MSM) started a war that ended up costing tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of lives. Many would consider Jimmy “Peanut” Carter as a man with an unbroken stream of fuck-ups and failures as one of the worst (I mean he was so bad that he eclipsed the crass dishonesty and stupidity of Gerald Ford). Throughout history – James Buchanen is viewed as the worst US President ever, he did nothing to stop slavery and did nothing to stop the spread of secessionist thinking among the Southern states – his incompetence basically entrenched the Civil War. But sure Farrar, whatever Trump is the worst, up is down, black is white and in is out.

    The highlight for me was among the comments however, Farrar insults one of his commenters (Ross411 – who points out the TDS lies Farrar is peddling) Farrar bridles this in response “Sigh you are being deliberately stupid.” Ross12 responds with exactly the same words and Farrar blows up with outrage “be careful about what you call me or you’ll be out of here.. Typical loony lefty – he wants politeness rules to apply to everyone else, but not for him

    While I had a long and good laugh, I do feel a bit sorry for Farrar. I mean, it’s not funny when someone so obviously has a psychological problem that is affecting his ability to act and think rationally. He thinks that what Trump is doing is a coup (ie by following the processes and procedures laid out in the Constitution of the USA), he seems to be totally blind to the broad and widespread irregularities that are obvious to everyone without TDS (which is the most obvious coup I’ve seen since the Russia collusion coup). For Farrar’s sake – I hope his deeply irrational behaviour is down to fiscal incentivisation as controlled opposition rather than actual TDS.

    The terribly ironic thing about Farrar’s hate-filled rant is, if he gets his way (and the Steal is not stopped) then he really will get to see the worst President(s) in US history.

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    • In further evidence of how TDS is affecting Farrar’s ability to think and act rationally.. his latest post is about Tim Shadbolt’s cognitive decline and why he needs to be removed as Mayor of Invercargill.

      But not a single thought to a man whose dementia is at least as obvious as Shadbolt’s – being installed as a puppet Pres of the USA.

      Poor David. I think his transition into a fully-fledged loony lefty is now complete.

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      • Yep and if I was (Lord help Me) a Nat pollie I would be running a mile from him. I would be looking for another pollster.
        Which leaves the disturbing thought.
        Were we played like the Americans via various means?
        Was Farrar part of that?

        Certainly is deranged these days.
        Mind you he was prone to arguing with me way back about various feeedoms.
        Perhaps he was always a closet communist? Fifth columnist perhaps. Wonder what turned his head?

        I sure as hell worry about turning up to vote and requiring no identification.
        Its just not good.

        As an example we now use finger prints on our time clocks. No arguing who is clocking in and when.
        Should we also do this for voting?
        I would be in favour of doing that.
        Collect the fingerprints and verify the person.
        Real Me allows that you can take a photo for ID.
        All this just needs a bit of work and we can then have a clean vote.

        We need to get this done.

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        • Like you Viking I cannot understand why checking identity is not mandatory in the voting procedure. It is just commonsense but not if there is an agenda to illegally manipulate results. Mistrusting the election outcome has to be the result of shabby security, what other conclusion can thinking people come to.

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    • Anyone denying that there has been fraud and irregularities that have had a huge impact on the US elections is either wilfully lying to themselves, or wilfully ignorant. I cancelled my patreon subscription to him the other day after his stupid mocking of Kiwi in America’s very detailed and thoughtful post on the election irregularities. He’s jumped the shark and gone full retard after yesterday’s post. Him believing that Biden won in a clean election makes him look stupid. Him attacking the intelligence of half his readership confirms he’s stupid.
      RIP KiwiBlog. DPF has killed off what the ChCh eco-fascist started.

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    • Who is taking on my name at KB? Have not been there for 2 years (except for one post on Biden’s campaign manager saying the polls were close) ? Someone is taking the piss. Batman needs to up his game and check names against email addresses.
      There must some who are scared to say what they think under their name or handle.
      I’m sure Farrar has been paid to write this tripe —I’ve always had my suspicions but now I’m sure.

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    • Written and posted early early this morning
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-589/#comment-108312
      but dove tails in here. and dwang, so many have the same thoughts have the same wonderment of how can people be so sucked in. I am sane, thanks guys.

      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. [plus dp’s link to DPF;s clown post]
      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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      • Do not forget there are 2 types of machines in this debate. Firstly there is the electronic voting machines with their touch screens etc. and then there is the tabulating machines which scan a paper ballot, reads the electronic image and collates the data. I suspect the Auckland CC would be using the latter and were looking at Sctytl software and maybe their machines (if they are in the hardware business)

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    • I have been reading Kiwiblog, and other blogs for many years. I respect the blog owners right to post as they choose and appreciate the ability to comment. I appreciate the commenters, the insights and humour.

      A benefit of freedom of speech is that blog proprietors and commenters can offer and exchange views. This benefit suggests to me that derogatory comments should be avoided where such comments do not add further insights to or develop a topic. Playing the man not the ball is not reasonable in the circumstances.

      We may have to defend freedom of speech in the near future. Our defence should be from a creditable base. We need to care for all sources of information and opportunities to comment.

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      • Lots of words, not sure what you were saying though Pete.

        Were you saying it’s OK for Farrar to have TDS? (If so I agree, but it’s hard not to spot a massive change from KB 5 years ago to what it is now – worth commenting on and as the left hates having fun poked at them while they are trying to shut down rational debate – well he’s fair game for that – especially given how dishonest he is about Trump)

        Were you saying there shouldn’t be criticism of Farrar? Well he does dishonestly set himself up to be a “centre right” blogger – which is patently untrue. Liars need to be called out. Especially when it looks like they’re filling the role of “controlled opposition” to help support the narrative.

        Were you saying KB’s existence is being threatened by perfectly reasonable criticism? Facts don’t seem to suggest that is a sensible claim. Since Farrar has started his Patreon he’s been coining it – not what one would see for a voice under threat.

        Were you suggesting that any comments here threaten Farrar’s right to freedom of expression? I just don’t see any logic that this is the case. As far as I’m concerned I want more of fruity Farrar’s nonsense published – that way the obvious cognitive dissonance is out there and can be seen for the full blown TDS nonsense. As for poking fun at the laughing gnome – well, that’s just fomenting happy mischief!

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    • After all these comments I went over to Moronsville (the bog formerly known as Fruity Farrar’s Kiwiblog)
      Taken leave of his senses does not begin to describe,.
      Farrar has gone completely mental.

      Fruity Folly # 1:
      Wellington should spend $144 million on water meters.
      This does not solve a damn thing. It collects no more water. It does not fix Wellington’s appalling sewage issue with its so called Green Council.
      If the idiot took time to learn about a small town north of Hamilton that has water metres and has done so for more than a quarter century, and charges for water usage it still has an ‘alleged drought’.
      Water metres do not fix this.
      Competent Governance does. Neither Auckland nor Wellington has either.
      $144 mill on a dam or better sewage/waste water is better use.
      Wellington is facing a 23% rates rise as it is, and the Farrar Fool thinks chucking money like this is wise.
      Jesus wept.

      Fruity Folly#2
      He thinks 73 year old Tim Shadbolt is past running little old Invers but 78 year old senile Biden who no longer knows who his wife is, should be running the USA.

      Fruity Folly #3
      Some nonsense about death rates from covid and NZ bestest in the whole OECD, dont ya know..
      Then he goes on to compare to NZ to AU states but shows NZ has a death rate per million higher than Victoria.
      Officially Vic has 819 covid deaths ; way more than NZ in toto, and per million, or by number of cars or whatever sewage dribbles out of Farrar’s Pinko gob.

      The critter is clueless at maths and clueless at logic.
      I wonder if there is a vaccine for TDS. That would be more useful.

      The beady-eyed, bald bitch got his mojo from John Key.
      With Key a feather duster, Fruity Farrar is just flapping in the wind like a perished flag.

      Or it could just be the Transitioning drugs are really messing him up.
      Those synthesised hormones can really make a mark!!

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  2. Oh too funny. Looks like Robbo’s attempt to shift housing market onus to the Reserve Bank is about to backfire spectacularly. Orr is likely to respond by saying that the matter is better dealt with using fiscal policy rather than monetary policy, and recommending a CGT or wealth tax; both of which Robbo and Cindy have ruled out. National just need to sit back and enjoy this after the punishment they were dealt by Labour in 2017 re the HOUSING CRISIS.

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  3. Isn’t it an incredible coincidence that the Ardern clownshow comes out and reports on their great work in catching a white supremacist in the army on the same day as another report comes out about their inability to catch another far more deadly one????

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  4. Dropping speed limits has come to the roads around you. The reduction in speed in many cases are unnecessary and annoying and treating all drivers as unable to drive safely.

    Dropping speed limit on Nelson-Blenheim highway prompts thousands to sign petition opposing move
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/dropping-speed-limit-nelson-blenheim-highway-prompts-thousands-sign-petition-opposing-move?auto=6212143010001

    According to the NZTA: “The changes will reduce the existing 100km/h limits to 80km/h in places, introduce new 90km/h speed limits on appropriate sections of state highway, and introduce two new variable school speed zones.”

    Thousands of locals are against the lower speed limits.

    Stephanie Drewery started an online petition calling for the lower speed limit to be scrapped which is now up to 25,000 signatures. The petition’s gone all the way to the Parliament.

    “I know it pisses a lot of other people off, you’ve got to stand up and be counted,” Drewery said.

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  5. ‘A dog’s breakfast’ – State of local government slammed amid calls for another royal commission

    One expert has labelled the state of local government “a dog’s breakfast” and there are calls for another royal commission after a spate of issues at councils across the country.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/dogs-breakfast-state-local-government-slammed-amid-calls-another-royal-commission

    “I think it’s a complete dog’s breakfast to be honest it demonstrates some of the fundamental weaknesses we have in the local government system,” local government expert Andy Asquith said.

    There’s division at the Tauranga, Invercargill, and Wellington city councils.

    Yesterday the Wellington City Council confirmed it’s investigating Mayor Andy Foster, after a complaint relating to the controversial Shelly Bay vote.

    One Kapiti councillor is calling for a Royal Commission, like the one that kick-started the formation of Auckland’s super city.

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  6. Two Irishmen were walking down a street in London.
    Paddy turns to Murphy with a look of amazement on his face and says: “Murphy, will you look at that shop over there. I thought that London was supposed to be expensive!”

    Murphy says: “Paddy you’re right so you are. Suits £10, Shirts £4, Trousers £5, I think that we should buy the lot and take them back to Ireland. We would make a tidy profit selling them in Dublin, so we would.”

    Paddy says in agreement: “Murphy that is as good an idea as you’ll ever have, but I’m pretty sure that you have to pay taxes and duty on things like that. The shopkeeper will never let us have them if he thinks we’re going to export them and make our fortune, so he won’t.”

    Murphy thinks and says: “Paddy, I’ve got an idea! You can do the best English accent out of the pair of us. You go in there and do the talking and I’ll just stand behind you and say nothing. He’ll never guess we’re Irish. No he won’t.”

    “OK”, agrees Paddy, “I’ll do the talking, you just stand there and look English.”

    So the two go into the shop, where Paddy is greeted politely by the owner. Paddy then proceeds to do his best English accent: *”Alwight mate, I’ll ‘ave 20 of yer suits, 20 shirts and 20 pairs of trousers please.”*

    Upon hearing this request, the owner smiles and says, “You boys are Irish aren’t you?”

    Quite bemused, Paddy replies, “Oh be Jesus. Mary mother of Christ, if that ain’t me best English accent? How in God’s name did you know that we were Irish?”

    The owner replied, “Because this is a Dry Cleaners.”

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  7. Democrats showed themselves to be sore losers in 2016 so they easily justified stealing the presidency from Donald J Trump in 2020

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKhSwuwNtk4
    Media Angry Because Trump Won’t Concede, Accused Of Sabotaging Biden | Larry Elder

    Four years after the 2016 Presidential Election, democrats and the mainstream media pretend Hillary Clinton graciously conceded the race to President Donald Trump

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  8. I was looking at a picture of that scribble faced bloke from the Maori Party being sworn in yesterday. Did Justin Trudeau lend him some clothes or advise him how to dress? There also appeared to be a fair bit of cultural appropriation going on with the cowboy hat etc, but I guess that only matters if a Maori is offended. He would appear to be the best paid beneficiary / activist in the country and will do nothing but divide people for the next 3 years.

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    • Maoris wearing pants is cultural appropriation, but YT doesn’t have a problem with this. And neither he should. Likewise, I should be able to get any tattoo I want on my chin, and dance round in a taiaha with a grass skirt, if I so desire.

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      • You need to be a bit careful here Saggy.

        I doubt very much if you have ever seen a Maori tattoo.

        Tattoo arts are common in the Eastern Polynesian homeland of the Māori people, and the traditional implements and methods employed were similar to those used in other parts of Polynesia. In pre-European Māori culture, many if not most high-ranking persons received moko. Moko were associated with mana and high social status; however, some very high-status individuals were considered too tapu to acquire moko, and it was also not considered suitable for some tohunga to do so. Receiving moko constituted an important milestone between childhood and adulthood, and was accompanied by many rites and rituals. Apart from signalling status and rank, another reason for the practice in traditional times was to make a person more attractive to the opposite sex. Men generally received moko on their faces, buttocks (raperape) and thighs (puhoro). Women usually wore moko on their lips (kauwae) and chins. Other parts of the body known to have moko include women’s foreheads, buttocks, thighs, necks and backs and men’s backs, stomachs, and calves.

        The tattoos you see on the street today are made in **Disneyland**. Historically the skin was carved by uhi (chisels), rather than punctured as in the tattooed trash you see in New Zealand today; chisels left the skin with **grooves** rather than a smooth surface. (Later needle tattooing was used, but in 2007 it was reported that the uhi was being used by some artists.)

        Originally tohunga-tā-moko (moko specialists) used a range of uhi (chisels) made from albatross bone which were hafted onto a handle, and struck with a mallet. The pigments were made from the awheto for the body colour, and ngarehu (burnt timbers) for the blacker face colour. The soot from burnt kauri gum was also mixed with fat to make pigment. The pigment was stored in ornate vessels named oko, which were often buried when not in use. The oko were handed on to successive generations. A kōrere (feeding funnel) is believed to have been used to feed men whose mouths had become swollen from receiving tā moko.

        Men were predominantly the tā moko specialists, although King records a number of women during the early 20th century who also took up the practice. There is also a remarkable account of a woman prisoner-of-war in the 1830s who was seen putting moko on the entire back of the wife of a chief.

        So Maori need to be told: GET A REAL JOB AND A REAL TATTOO YOU FUCKING LOSERS

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  9. They are having a public hearing in Gettysburg , Pennsylvania. Rudi G released the following detail among other points

    “-700,000 more mail in ballots counted then were actually mailed out in PA.****
    -Plus a 600,000 spike of votes for Biden.
    -47 USB drives missing in one county alone
    -There was an election robbery.”

    The first line refers to 1.8 million mail- ballots sent out but they counted 2.5 million. They must have some of Cindy’s fairy dust over there.

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  10. Well now isn’t this interesting:

    In July of this year, Natural News reported how California Gov. Gavin Newsom was caught wiring half a billion dollars to communist China as part of a “massive face mask money laundering scheme.” Back in April, even the mainstream media was questioning what Newsom was up to when it was revealed that he had wired half a billion dollars to an electric car company in China to supposedly purchase “N-95 masks” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
    This decision was never voted on or approved by legislators, and when pressed about the details of the deal, Newsom refused to disclose them. Keep in mind that this half a billion dollars was just the first of two installments amounting to a full billion dollars being sent China to supposedly purchase face masks for Californians – face masks that never actually arrived, by the way.
    As of this writing, the Chinese electric car company in question, BYD, still has the money and has yet to send over a single face mask.
    Now, bombshell information is emerging that indicates Georgia Gov. Kemp may be involved in exactly the same scheme. These state officials send huge amounts of money to China under the cover of buying “covid supplies,” then China launders the money into financial kickbacks for the Governor’s family members or business entities.
    https://channel411news.com/2020/11/24/breaking-treason-ga-gov-kemp-and-ca-gov-newsom-bought-off-by-communist-china-in-covid-supplies-kickback-and-money-laundering-schemes-source/

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    • Stunning Alice. Sidney Powell has referred to senior GA officials and their family member’s getting “kickbacks”. Starting to come together.
      But it also brings in obvious foreign interference in the election and hence the September 2018 Executive Order.

      I just hope they do not run out of time !!.

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      • They won’t run out of time at least that is my understanding of the memo earlier in the week pointing out that Sydney Powell is not working for the Trump team. She is working for the American people and can take as long as necessary to bring these scumbags, both Democrat and Republican, to justice.

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  11. Morning folks. AP still in recovery mode. My boss
    called me last night to tell me to stay home and
    rest up. He’s a top bloke. So that’s what I’m doing
    today. Hurts a bit more to move about though.
    Back at work tomorrow.

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  12. Chlöe Swarbrick, David Seymour spar over housing crisis, capital gains taxes

    David Seymour and Chlöe Swarbrick have faced off this morning on New Zealand’s housing crisis, with Seymour suggesting that implementing a capital gains tax is like “trying to end a famine by taxing food”.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/chl-e-swarbrick-david-seymour-spar-over-housing-crisis-capital-gains-taxes?auto=6212317805001

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  13. I read in the daily mail that Canadians were trying to ban Jordan Peterson’s latest book with the young staff at the publisher calling him a white supremacist. Beyond woke they’re pathetic and should be told to leave their present employment and not come back. Censorship is evil

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  14. “Eric Coomer Explains How To Alter Votes In The Dominion Voting System”
    https://youtu.be/UtB3tLaXLJE
    1 min 48 secs. : • Nov 24, 2020

    Now just who is the that “Eric Coomer”? and his connections?.

    “Dominion Executive: Trump is not going to win. I made f***ing sure of that”.
    https://youtu.be/qZ_ks_sNITg
    3 mins 19 secs : • Premiered Nov 24, 2020

    The guy with the Tech team unraveling all this for the “Krakens” 🙂
    Posted up above, but cut my rant. 🙂

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

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  15. I know how anxious you all are to have your Covid jab but please form an orderly queue for your vaccination. Important point to note, it is NOT the virus that has been “devastating” but rather government’s hysterical and totally over the top reaction to it.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/25/business/coronavirus-vaccine-astrazeneca-oxford.html#click=https://t.co/qOxIabXKIT

    The announcement this week that a cheap, easy-to-make coronavirus vaccine appeared to be up to 90 percent effective was greeted with jubilation. “Get yourself a vaccaccino,” a British tabloid celebrated, noting that the vaccine, developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, costs less than a cup of coffee.

    But since unveiling the preliminary results, AstraZeneca has acknowledged a key mistake in the vaccine dosage received by some study participants, adding to questions about whether the vaccine’s apparently spectacular efficacy will hold up under additional testing.

    Scientists and industry experts said the error and a series of other irregularities and omissions in the way AstraZeneca initially disclosed the data have eroded their confidence in the reliability of the results.

    Officials in the United States have noted that the results were not clear. The head of the flagship federal vaccine initiative suggested that the vaccine’s most promising results may not have reflected data from older people.

    The upshot, the experts said, is that the odds of regulators in the United States and elsewhere quickly authorizing the emergency use of the AstraZeneca vaccine are declining, an unexpected setback in the global campaign to corral the devastating pandemic.

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  16. Finally some sense from the Victorian government:

    “The Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill would outlaw practices seeking to change or suppress a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity in Victoria.”

    “…… practitioners had told Victorian survivors to “pray the gay away”, starved them and tortured them. She said in some cases, they’d committed what she considered “forms of criminal assault.”

    https://qnews.com.au/victorian-government-unveils-laws-to-ban-conversion-therapy/

    About bloody time these execrable religious arseholes checked the calender, realised that we’re in the 21st Century & got their long sticky noses out of other people’s private lives.

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  17. David Seymour rubbishes ‘PR stunt’ climate emergency as Chlöe Swarbrick credits ‘grassroots activism’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home.html

    Seymour described the move to declare a climate emergency as nothing more than words.

    “This is a marketing stunt that won’t stop one tonne of emissions. If you’ve got a policy, you don’t need to declare an emergency. If you have to declare an emergency, maybe your policy isn’t working,” he told Newshub.

    “What we need is a simple, effective response. ACT would tie New Zealand’s emissions price to the prices paid by our major trading partners so we can do our bit without pushing businesses overseas.”

    “It is an emergency and everything we’ve done demonstrates that,” Ardern said. “An emergency in real terms means stopping future offshore oil and gas exploration.”

    “We’ve always considered climate change to be a huge threat to our region and something that we must take immediate action on,” Ardern told reporters on Thursday.

    National leader Judith Collins said her plan to tackle climate change would be to support New Zealand farmers by “giving them the science” to help them cut carbon emissions.

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  18. Hoping that this little piece has some veracity…
    A lawyer commenting on it says that it could have some credence. because it is required in some arbitrations “to provide the opposing counsel a copy of the filings at the same time you send it to the court. This can actually turn into a tactical game when deadlines are specified, since some lawyers intentionally wait to see the other side’s filings before filing their own.”

    “I am an insider with the Biden campaign team and have been tasked with lurking here over the past month or so trying to monitor and report on what information is being discovered and passed around on the web. Pol seems to get news on the election and fraud claims faster than any other outlet the campaign team is familiar with.

    Anyway, I wanted to drop some slightly early news on you. Late this evening, the campaign received an advance copy of Sidney Powell’s lawsuit that she plans on filing tomorrow in Georgia.

    I’ll just say this – a lot of people in the building lost their shit after seeing it. Not only does it make a metric ton of bombshell accusations, she appears to the goods to back up many of her claims. I have some experience with lawsuits, and I don’t recall ever seeing one with this many exhibits.

    I won’t claim to be “in the know,” with respect to what fraud actually occurred or what level was approved or authorized by the big wigs at the top, but I will say that the mood around here has taken a serious turn. Earlier this evening, everyone was basically still in party mode, especially following the GSA decision yesterday to release the transition funds (champagne!). Since receiving the suit this evening, no one has heard from either Joe or Kamala and everyone is acting like it’s really, really bad.

    I don’t want to say too much, except that the suit alleges some really, really bad things in the form of what amounts to basically bribes and pay-to-play schemes and implicates high level DNC operatives and GOP members in Georgia. There is some really meaningful witness testimony, including a couple of whistle blowers (DNC ops that worked on this campaign) that actually admit to being complicit with vote switching and ballot stuffing.”

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  19. Delingpole: Only Donald Trump Can Save Us from the Great Reset

    Build Back Better. This is the slogan of the New World Order – aka the Great Reset.

    You hear it often these days intoned — in the manner of dutiful Stepford Wives — by everyone from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Prince of Wales to Canadian blackface artiste Justin Trudeau and, inevitably, Joe Biden who has adopted it as his campaign slogan.

    About the only leader you won’t hear using it is Donald Trump because he recognises its true significance. Build Back Better is the code phrase for one of the most terrifying and dangerous, globally co-ordinated assaults on liberty and prosperity in the history of mankind.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/11/01/delingpole-only-donald-trump-can-save-us-from-the-great-reset/

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  20. Here’s a thought experiment.

    Assuming that you don’t care about “keeping up with the Joneses,” what do you want as you approach retirement? What Level is desirable?

    Level 1
    Just the National Super and good health is all I need.
    Level 2
    I want to own my own home, have a reliable car, no debt, good health, and enough money coming in to stave off the bill collector. I can’t afford pistachio nuts. Pac n’ Sav budget peanuts and sub-$10 Australia Shiraz is my limit. I can’t afford pubs. When I go to a restaurant, I feel constrained about what I should order.
    Level 3
    Level 2 plus a debt-free rental property. Sub-$20 red wine. Roasted almonds (bulk from Countdown)
    Level 4
    I don’t want to have to worry about the pistachio nuts that won’t open. I shout my mates at the pub. I don’t worry about what to order from the menu. I eat what I like.
    Level 5
    I need to think about what charitable trusts I will set up and for whom
    Level 6
    I employ staff to manage my personal and business affairs. My solicitor and financial advisor are on a retainer.

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  21. Diego Maradona’s greatest achievement:

    ‘Maradona was given a suspended prison sentence of two years and 10 months in June 1998 for shooting journalists with an air rifle in 1994.’

    What a guy !!
    Watch for the nasty media raking over his foibles before the body is even cold.
    That is their style.

    Go in peace Diego Armando Maradona.

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  22. Not another country, FFS.
    Diversity destroys identity.

    Japanese Foreign Minister Announces Plan to “Transform Japan Into a Diverse Multiethnic Society”
    Says he wants to give foreign residents the right to vote.

    During a Q and A session, Motegi said his “national vision” meant “transforming Japan in the 21st century into a “diversified multiethnic society” by way of mass immigration from all over the world.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/25/japanese-foreign-minister-announces-plan-to-transform-japan-into-a-diverse-multiethnic-society/

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    • Things have gone downhill since Taro Kono was moved from the position of Foreign Minister to become the Minister of Defense.
      Motegi is virtue signaling to Asia, but I don’t think that he means it.
      Such a policy would destroy the Japan that most Japanese hold dear. However, it is not impossible that Japan will open up more to foreigners. This will cause a lot of stress. It will trigger permanent change.
      Most Japanese will not really understand what kinds of social problems will be created (until things turn nasty).

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  23. Po lice Commissioner Andrew Coster announces: //

    “From July 2021 the police uniforms will be made from crimplene.”
    This is to fit organically with the new Skoda cars.
    It is expected crimplene will be better for climate change than poly-cotton.
    50 Children in India who picked the cotton will now be able to go to school instead.
    We count this as a win”

    Comment from Pat Hunt
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Hunt
    In his rest home, aged 89
    “Bugger this, they have gone woke.
    And that fat poof Robbers’son has adopted social Credit Policy anyway.
    You lot are doomed.
    Bastards”

    Nurse Aid at the rest home says ‘Pat (born Thomas de Vere Hunt in the heart of the depression) never gave a flying f..k for diplomacy. ‘

    It is further understood the crimplene material will have a disabling effect on right wing white supremacists as they stand laughing at the p’lice.
    Said a spokesman for the po lice:
    ‘Bloggers and white people are the main promulgators of crime in NZ today.
    Every one else is just misunderstood.
    The darker their skin, the more misunderstood they are. ‘

    Furthermore… said the spokesperson, of indeterminate gender that may change regularly:

    “The crimplene material is better able to be coloured in rainbow colours than poly-cotton and will match the 9% of police cars that will be rainbow coloured to reflect OUR community; the 13% of cars that will be Brown to reflect our community ; and the 2% of cars that will be plain grey to match the ungendered.
    We will work with Skoda/Volkswagen to try and get slitty headlights to make our Asian clients more at home. This is a work in progress.
    We are determined, in order to reflect our House of Representatives, to be the gayest po lice force in the world”
    Ends

    [FYI. Satire. Some may not realise this in light of the last 18 months]

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