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  1. There’s good in everyone.

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    The Government has legalised drug testing before the summer festival season as a drug harm reduction measure. Services will take a small amount of a substance and see if it’s laced with anything unexpected, allowing a festival-goer to make an informed decision about whether or not to take it.

    Andrew Little announced on Tuesday that time-limited legislation will give legal certainty to organisations such as Know Your Stuff, which have operated in a legal grey area until now.

    “This law change today provides these services with narrow and time-limited protection this summer against prosecution for short-term possession of illegal drugs while they test them,” said the Health Minister.

    Legalising drug testing is also supported by the ACT Party. Its health spokesperson Brooke van Velden says the previous law meant people were likely to take substances with less information about origin, toxicity or purity.
    “It’s a fact that many people choose to take pills at concerts and festivals, and no one wants to be the loved one of a tragic fatality that could have been avoided.”

    The best thing Andrew little has ever done IMHO.
    From really old fella thank you Mr Little,

    A fuck the god botherers and Te Nats.

    But National’s justice spokesperson Simon Bridges wasn’t impressed, warning the move could instead encourage young people to do drugs.
    “National isn’t supporting the pill testing bill because it sends the wrong message on hard drugs to our young and it gives them a false sense of security,” he tweeted.

    No wonder he is not the leader anymore.
    He better piss off before labour rip his seat off himm.

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  2. There’s good in everyone.

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    The Government has legalised drug testing before the summer festival season as a drug harm reduction measure. Services will take a small amount of a substance and see if it’s laced with anything unexpected, allowing a festival-goer to make an informed decision about whether or not to take it.

    Andrew Little announced on Tuesday that time-limited legislation will give legal certainty to organisations such as Know Your Stuff, which have operated in a legal grey area until now.

    “This law change today provides these services with narrow and time-limited protection this summer against prosecution for short-term possession of illegal drugs while they test them,” said the Health Minister.

    The best thing Andrew little has ever done IMHO.
    From really old fella thank you Mr Little,

    Legalising drug testing is also supported by the ACT Party. Its health spokesperson Brooke van Velden says the previous law meant people were likely to take substances with less information about origin, toxicity or purity.

    “It’s a fact that many people choose to take pills at concerts and festivals, and no one wants to be the loved one of a tragic fatality that could have been avoided.”

    And bugger the god botherers and Te Nats.

    But National’s justice spokesperson Simon Bridges wasn’t impressed, warning the move could instead encourage young people to do drugs.
    “National isn’t supporting the pill testing bill because it sends the wrong message on hard drugs to our young and it gives them a false sense of security,” he tweeted.

    No wonder he Is no longer in charge.
    He should piss off before Labour heft him from his seat in Tauranga, which they may well do, just like they have in other places.

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        • For fuck’s sake! You’re talking about teenagers who are natural risk takers. They drive fast cars, have unprotected sex & buy drugs off jerks they don’t know. Those who pontificate from on high will bleat like spring lambs if one of their near relatives ends up a vegetable but lack the human empathy required to put aside their crap opinions & enable others to protect the young.

          A broad definition of the crime of using recreational drugs is that of a lower class activity which annoys the ruling class.

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    • Take illigal Drugs – Die. I don’t give a fuck. The drugs are illigal and Andrew Little has basically said its Ok to do illigal shit. I’ll think I’ll set up a shack and do AR15 inspections, just to make sure the gun is in good condition before you run off and blow some folk away….

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  3. A judge in Nevada has ordered Clark County officials to allow an inspection of the elections equipment and sealed containers used in the 2020 election by 1:00 P.M. tomorrow. Richard Grenell, Adam Laxalt, Matt Schlapp

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  4. Your sweet nothings, into the ear of your dearest, could be regarded as “hate speech” in Norway, could be held against you.
    Just how would they presume to know?
    They will have ways, to totally bring on full self censuring, as if this will help mental health. 🙂

    legislature adopted (without even a vote) a new criminal law that punishes people for saying anything deemed hate speech toward transgender people in their own home or private conversations.

    ……. declared victory because speech regulation must be “adapted to the practical situations that arise.”
    The “practical situation” includes speaking to your own spouse or family.

    ….. allowing people to speak out against transgender values or issues “has been an eyesore for trans people for many, many years.” ……………..
    …….. ………… ………
    ….. free speech advocates, …. …… this road leads in places like Norway. ……
    Once we cross the Rubicon into speech criminalization and controls, Europe has shown that it is rarely possible to work back to liberties lost.
    We are moving into potentially the most anti-free speech period of American [New Zealand’s] history — and possibly the most anti-free speech Administration.
    Many politicians are already arguing for citizens to give up their free speech rights in forums like the Internet.
    With the media echoing many of these anti-free speech sentiments, it will require a greater effort of those who value the First Amendment and its core place in our Constitutional [waitangalized] system.

    https://jonathanturley.org/2020/11/29/norway-criminalizes-hate-people-against-transgender-people-in-private-homes-or-conversations/

    Some commentd:-
    a Norwegian law professor offering a lame defense: “The bar for prosecution is high, requiring direct incitement against people or language that dehumanizes them, she said.
    ” No it’s not a “high bar” at all, when the victim group gets to decide what is “dehumanizing language based on their feelings; it’s a limitless warrant.

    if you are alone in your house, can you then speak freely?
    Just don’t let Alexa hear you.

    Think of Parsons – “When he is turned into the Thought Police, he is grateful that he is caught before he causes any damage to the Party society. He is even proud of his daughter for having the intelligence to turn him in.” https://1984literaryanalysis.blogspot.com/2011/03/characterization-parsons.html
    Seems to be the next point beyond “1984”

    Liberty lost is hard to gain back. ….. Who wants to go down the road of lost liberty?

    ___ ____ —– —- ____ _______
    One gets the feelings that the NZ Labour government is viewing how to put all aspects of this into NZ laws, whether one big step, or a series of steps, and at differing levels to start with.
    It will never go back, but ratchet to total thought control, as new triggers are found.

    “Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” John Adams, 1775

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    • F..king Norway.
      Been liberal wankers for ages.

      They had so much oil revenue they could have chopped out income tax decades ago.
      But no, they kept it.
      It was about 70% income tax throughout the 1980s plus an annual tax on the value of your house- like the commies here want to do.

      Tax for the sake of tax.
      Socialists love misery, and if there is none they will create it.

      I travelled there in the 1980s.
      On a Euro bus tour.
      The tour guide got us to buy or booze in Germany before were went to Scandinavia.
      Wise move.
      In Norway a pint of 2% weasel piss was about GBP 2.00 whersas a real beer in ye olde England was about 70p.

      There are dry areas of Norway (in 1980s) so if we left the bus alone the residents of the Great Socialist State of Norway believed truly that we should all share what we had and they were willing to share our alcohol.
      Ie. If we left our Bus alone the bastards tried to break in to steal it .
      We had to have it guarded and got 2 hour shifts at night to do so.
      Usually while having a drink. Hey we were on hols !

      Socialism.
      Poisons the soul – if you have one to poison

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  5. I have a theory.

    Basically, all the folk who believe that Jacinda is a communist and is activating a commie takeover are quite wrong.

    So, I am reading through the Communist Manifesto (1848) in order to educate myself.

    As far as I can tell the essential principle of Marx and Endel’s theory was that the workers control the means of production and keep their surplus product (technical term, revise your economics!)

    What is loosely called communism today is, in fact, lazy thinking. It is NOT communism.

    IT IS FASCISM!!!

    Name one communist society where workers controlled and kept their surplus. I challenge you! Soviet Union? Cambodia? Yugoslavia?

    These were all FASCIST government with a bourgeoisie (which replaced the previous bourgeoisie) dictatorship.

    Anyway, have a good day. And remember, it’s ‘Leader’ Cindy in charge. Not ‘Comrade’ Cindy. Not you workers!!!

    THAT IS FASCISM.

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    • Totalitarianism is is like petrol.

      Petrol comes in multiple brands like Exon, Caltex, BP, Shell etc

      Totalitarianism comes in different brands . Communism, fas cism or na zism.
      Shell BP etc all sell petrol

      Totalitarianism is about control over others.
      Often pretending altruism but exactly the opposite- Animal Farm in action.

      You can pick BP, Caltex or whatever and you vehicle will run fine.
      You can pick Communism, fas cism or whatever and you life will be degraded.
      Semantic variations on the same old them.

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      • Communism: The State is all-powerful!
        Fascism: All within the State, nothing outside the State, nothing against the State!

        “The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”
        –Animal Farm

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  6. Ardern’s “emergency” legislation would be used that will open a costly spree of court cases.

    Another aspect, the slow ratcheting up, so that we find councils, governments, doing things, charging many people, fees, levies and taxes that under the point of the “emergency”, something has to be done.

    Global Legal Action Network (GLAN), a non-profit that specializes in representing human rights cases, is supporting the litigation, which now goes to each of the individual nations after the court’s ruling.
    The 33 countries will have until the end of February to respond to the allegations, unless a settlement between each nation and the plaintiffs is reached before then. …..
    …….. …….. …… …… ……
    …… If the case is ultimately successful, it could set an influential precedent for national courts and potentially legally bind the defendant countries to ramp up emissions cuts, according to GLAN. ……

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/portuguese-youngsters-clear-major-hurdle-european-climate-lawsuit-n1249222

    These types of possible settlements, besides the cost on tax payers & rate payers, seems to be a bit more than banning plastic bags or straws.
    A well paying lifestyle of taking cases by young activists and their handlers. 🙁
    Some one will clipping the ticket, on more wasteful projects etc. of these settlements.

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    • We could also find the Declaration, if it is made, will lead to various restrictions, loss of freedoms, curently taken for granted. We have learnt from the Covid-19 fallout that the government will use a situation to curtail freedom of movement and reduced life choices.

      The Declaration should not be made. The Climate will change as it has for millenia. Declaring a process over which neither we nor the government has any control an “emergency” or a “crisis”, may be a move to further restrict life and the economy in this country.

      Pandering to Minister Shaw and his fellows, or the UN, is not on my list of things to be excited about.

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  7. Who is surprised. Jacinda takes the middle ground.
    Well when it suits her.

    Labour won the election but we elected a conservative government. Gone from the government programme announced in the speech from the throne is any promise of “transformational change”. Instead we have the false promise of every Tory, “stability and certainty”.

    The Government’s priorities are “affordable housing and homelessness, child poverty, and the global climate crisis”.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/richard-prebble-labour-singing-from-national-song-sheet/MMQRYKB6WQUGFJS3FBN2F6HD6Y/

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  8. Some interesting ‘reports’ coming out about the ambush killing of the Iranian nuclear scientist.
    Seems that he may have been cleaned up by a remote-controlled machine gun, mounted on a vehicle that exploded directly after the attack.

    Iranians believe that electronic equipment was used to control the attack and a possibility that it was activated via satellite link.

    ” No human factor was present at the scene”, despite them earlier saying that the scientist’s body guards had returned fire, killing 4 of the attackers.

    https://americanmilitarynews.com/2020/11/iran-claims-remote-controlled-machine-gun-used-to-assassinate-top-nuke-scientist/

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  9. Associate minister of health, associate minister of research science and innovation,minister for food safety, minister for seniors, how can an MP that has been in parliament five minutes get all these positions and the big salary?
    A bit of research and the reason was apparent ” Dr Ayesha lives in Wellington with her partner Alice and their daughter” ,once again Gayness is the big winner for advancement in NZ politics.
    To be fair she sounds very accomplished in her medical field but would she have gone so far so quickly if she wasn’t a gay person of colour ?

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    • That has to piss off Gomorrah Russell, PhD.
      She was going to be the wonder gurl in 2017 and all these muppets like Twitford, Witless Protection Davis, and Davy Clark PhD were picked over her and made right tits of themselves. Often.

      Then along comes a bleck lesbefriends and Debs is down the pecking order again.
      The thing here is that Verral was acting like Hendy, Baker and the other wankers backing up the Govt in a Health Role.

      Completely unethical -so she will make a great Labour Cabinet Minister.

      Gomorrah Russell had better pucker up her lips if she wants a promotion..
      ..no. not those lips Debs.
      Being a straight woman in a Labour Govt she could surely claim ‘minority rights’ !!

      More on Verrall
      -She was president of the Otago University Students’ Association in 2001[
      so, not long after Chubby Sweet Cheeks was in that role

      March 2020
      -‘Verrall was commissioned by the Ministry to provide an independent audit of its contact tracing programme’.
      Yeak OK.
      A labour candidate and cabinet minister in a few months time was ‘independent’
      ‘eer gov, I got bridge to sell ya, best price, discounted to you coz I likes ya….

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  10. How can a professional pollster be so dense?

    I know I keep on pointing out the insanity of DPF here (and directing a bit of traffic his way to boot), but I think it is vitally important in the understanding of why National have become just so irrelevant in NZ politics. Farrar is the guy who reads the tea leaves for them – and on most matters of moment he’s just plain wrong. Hence National are so often – plain wrong too.

    Farrar has a breakdown of turnout in the US election and he finishes up with the line “It came down a lot to turnout.”

    But as usual, while Farrar is blinded by his TDS, he misses the over-ridingly important point here.

    That vital point is “Yes, turnout is vitally important! Which is why election integrity and transparency is so vital”

    If Trump is not able to overturn the administrative coup we’re witnessing, then as a rational follower of the evidence, I can reach no other conclusion that to agree with Mark Twain’s salty comment

    “Voting doesn’t make any difference, if it did, they wouldn’t let us do it”

    If there are no free elections in the US, then you can absolutely guarantee that every other Western nation is similarly corrupted and democracy has ceased to exist. Ergo what’s the point of voting. If Trump loses, I doubt I’ll vote again – clearly it’s pointless. I suspect many others will feel the same.

    Once you see something to be a sham, why would you pretend it isn’t a sham and waste your time.

    Turnout will go down.

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    • Spot on Viking.
      It is also the integrity of the elections that is the concern.
      To abide by the laws, like the ballots to be kept for 22 months.
      The reason behind that is not just a simple recount, which could suffice, but other times a full audit may be required.

      Jill Stein, USA Green Party, a case last month. showed the voting system is not transparent, not voter friendly, and also arguing that American’s have the right to inspect the machines though it seems it was 4 years in the making.

      when Stein sought access to the software code used in Wisconsin’s voting machines — something state law permits for recount petitioners — the vendors who made the voting machines waged a protracted legal fight that has left Stein’s computer experts still waiting to see the code, four years later.
      https://www.politico.com/news/2020/11/02/one-big-flaw-in-how-americans-run-elections-433820

      But then look at the shenanigans then, and what followed, to try and stop any more looking at how an election is won.
      The history of this is shocking, as it seems to be run as fiefdom, for the ones who gets their snouts in a trough.
      And here I am, sort of supporting a Green, well in checking out election systems.

      Then the ones decrying about no evidence is bought forward to the Judge.
      Seem to be just as ready to be as corrupt, do not support audits, saying recounts are fair.
      Do they really believe in transparency for a government?, when they are prepared to cover, disguise, and hinder people getting to the truth.

      I am including NZ media, particularly the support they show to their guest interviewees, NZ bloggers, NZ universities, and some commentators on other blogs, who do not seem to believe things should be tested out, to find the truth.
      In their arrogance even risk dragging NZ’s elections into disrepute, and questions are rightfully being raised, but can we now trust so called NZ experts, who disparage questioners in the USA elections?

      An independent lot of scrutineers?
      Maybe a coordinating set up through an upstart, blog? 🙂

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    • I think Farrar is “mates” with Romney and/ or his family. When he tweeted out his arrogant “dream” cabinet he had Romney and and couple of other RINOs in it. Quite rightly AOC gave him a kicking.
      I’m not going over there but I can guess he is ignoring any detail about the obvious fraud.
      Like DP, I go “past” his TDS and think if this is the level of thinking that goes into the National Party research then they are absolutely doomed. They even re-elected Goodfellow as President.

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    • I went to Fruity’s Twatter account
      What a plonker.

      He lists himself as a ‘father’
      “Pollster. Blogster, Father.”
      This hardly sets him apart.
      Even Two Mums has a father as do the children of all the man-hating lezzies in the NZ Parliament.

      And the other two things, well , questions could be asked.

      Fruity twatters about his breakfast at parliament grounds on 21 /1 /21
      https://twitter.com/dpfdpf/status/1333307597647056896
      I see the associate idiot Don Brash has supported it while most poke the borax at the short, bald, beady-eyed Pinko and political Knave.
      Donny writes:
      “A great idea David. I won’t travel from Auckland for the occasion but I totally agree with the sentiment.”

      Farrar seems to go on about the US election even though in my time on his blog he had no clue on US politics.
      From what others say (here) KIA has a more realistic view.
      I have lived in the USA for three months , twice, 20 years apart.
      I am sure I know more than this silly little boy on the subject.

      I don’t bother with the K/Bog any more but notice his offsider Kokila Patel has been appearing in other blogs with comments in the last 6 months.
      I don’t recall her ever commenting on KB.
      She has commented eg on Cactus Kate’s Asian Invasion blog.
      Escaping the descent into madness?

      With most reply comments being against Farrar this underscores how Farrar and Notional stand in 2020.
      They are completely out of tune with the people they naively think follow them,.
      So Sad.

      Note to Fruity and the Gnats: The Mojo left the building in 2016.
      You are running on MT.

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  11. JibberJabber from KB writes a good piece on the “climate emergency” that will be voted in today by the princess !~

    “Easily explained, it’s a Bullshit scam, the uber ponzi of Ponzi scams.
    The split second some fuckwitted politician tells you they can fix the Climate with a Tax should have rung alarms bells in 100% of the citizenry, but no there’s half the population grovelling and bleating “take my money, take my money, save us from the Sky falling on our heads”.
    Suckers.
    Hey Clint, where’s the next Conference? Make sure you book me first class window seat on the Plane…”

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    • Greta & her crew of Exstink will come after her, though the “karens” through “emergency” will lever an aspect into court cases.
      Many cases will be thrown out, but it only needs one to get through for further consideration by a judge, to start making precedents.

      Those old cases of “breach of promise” for a jilted fiancee may be researched.
      I bet Gayford wished he had kept his mouth closed, but at this stage, he never set a “due date”. 🙂
      So it may start a spree of court cases.

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  12. A Scotsman, carrying a huge suitcase, has been riding a London bus for five miles along its route, all the while attempting to avoid the ticket collector. Finally, the conductor manages to corner him and tells him to pay up.
    “You’ve been on for five miles–that’ll be 50p, please, and 10p for your suitcase.”
    The Scotsman responds, “I ha’not, I want a ha’penny fare, just got on this vera moment.”

    They begin to argue, and the ticket collector becomes more and more enraged, and finally, as the bus is passing over London bridge, he grabs the Scotsman’s suitcase and hurls it out of the bus. It lands in the river and sinks without a trace.

    The Scotsman stands shocked for a moment and says to the ticket collector, “Not only are ye tryin’ to overcharge me for the ticket – but now ye’ve gone an’ drowned me boy Angus!”

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      • We need people like you bird, renting our properties and keeping us in the lifestyles that we landlords deserve . If you pulled finger you too could have climbed on board. Too late now me thinks. What does a Kea earn nowadays driving the Welly buses? Minimum wage?

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    • There really is no right to a warm insulated ventilated affordable home.

      It tramples on the rights of others not to be menaced by a rampant demanding tax department that seeks money for “others” to redistribute.
      The “others” then sell the concept of how “kind” they are for every one’s “well-being”
      In that redistribution of other peoples money, there is no responsibility and no accountability, like the concept of the “prudent person”, that any other private person or even a bank would put in place.

      The real issue are the laws, consents, permits. with all the legal costs, done by do-gooders to gain power & control over the population, so they can clip the ticket to put their snout into a gravy trough.

      They stop people being responsible for themselves, to provide, to build, to improve a house for themselves, or how they choose to do with their own money.

      The housing guidelines, seem to change to code of conduct, to morphing into laws of rules & regulations at great cost to everybody.

      It should just be a bare minimum of government interference, but those “karens” of “nanny” state just become greedy, and “narcistically” of self-importance take power, so corruption becomes part of the system.

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    • I’ve been texting some of my friends thus:

      Hey mate just checking in to see if you’re OK?

      They reply with something like yeah are you alright etc and I reply:

      Aren’t you worried about the Climate Emergency? They reckon West Auckland is full of climate. There’s temperature all through Lincoln Road and atmospheric pressure and everything! It’s horrific out there, believe me. Some places the carbon dioxide levels are really frightening at almost 410 parts PER MILLION. OMG. You don’t wanna go out in these conditions. Best stay home and avoid all the rotting polar bear corpses. Geez what are we going to DO???

      Childish I know, but hey we can’t take all this bullshit lying down LOL

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    • As an ordinary citizen, clobbered for GST on every purchase or account, including the rates, I detest GST. It is simply more tax taken so the government can blow funds on all manner of waste.

      Material for maintaining a home, while you are paying off the mortgage, is already dear enough before adding GST into the mix.

      So, while I have sympathy for those working to buy a new home, The burden that is GST is a blight generally on all others matters and life in NZ.

      Just reduce government expenditure and taxation generally and we will all be better off.

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    • Bloody Stupid idea.
      Of course…Notional (cue the downtick)

      NZ has a clean GST system; without nonsense.
      GST on everything.
      Change that and what –
      no GST on tampons
      What about men’s razor blades?
      No GST on Fruit and Vege.
      Are raisins fruit?
      What about a fruit cake?

      When I lived in London the takeaway bar – Wimpy- had VAT on sit down meals but none on takeaway.
      Q. Are you eating here or taking away?
      A. Oh, takeaway.
      I was a master tax evader.
      This applied to all takeaway meals vs eat in at the time.

      For a commercial lawyer (Collins) that is plain stupid.
      (or, creates work for lawyers, so maybe not….? )

      To Pete above, and others
      Hey, you pay GST when you often purchase things
      You have some choice.
      If you work you get no choice, zip, nada, not a sausage on paying income tax.
      Not even a tax free threshold in NZ.
      You are in effect penalised for working by paying income tax.
      If you purchase something (and pay GST) you generally – but not always – end up with a benefit.
      GST on a meal, new car, house extension, new cellphone

      With PAYE and other income tax you do not receive a direct benefit.
      With purchasing a good or service you do.
      Even with all the taxes on Petrol with GST on that you still get a benefit.

      I do think GST on council rates is a bad idea as it is technically paying into a co-op (not for profit) in which, technically, neighbours are cost sharing.
      Like the old mutual insurance structure.

      GST is a smart tax.
      I think it should be 17.5% – the same as the tax on median income.
      And tax bands moved with inflation – which Notional offered in 2017… after they had 9 years to do it and, well, din do nuffin.

      Income taxes are the dog.
      Here is how stupid company tax is:
      Tax rate 28%

      So a business makes a profit of one million dollars, approx tax paid of $280,000
      However, the stupidity of company tax is that the more efficient you are at earning your income – the more profit you make – the more tax you are liable for.
      So the more efficient companies all things being equal – pay more company profit tax than the inefficient ones .

      Say
      Coy A has turnover 5 million and spends 4.0 million to get it, profit left over 1 million, tax 280k
      Coy B: turnover 5 million and spends 4.8 million to get it, profit left over 200k , tax 56k
      The inefficient ones spend more so have less profit, therefore less tax into the pool,
      That is dumb tax.

      You reward the less efficient companies whole penalising the more efficient companies- the very ones you should encourage to lead in your economy. Duh.

      GST is picked up on illegal income in the next one or two spending cycles.

      Pay your tradesmen $1000 cash in hand and it will soon go through a till buying beer, a washing machine, or some petrol.
      Even you corner drug dealer will pay GST in a near future spending cycle.
      It collects from overseas tourists who pay (generally ) no income tax.
      Hence why I favour a higher rate of GST- with lower income taxes.
      Stop punishing workers for turning up to work.

      This is another dumb idea from intellectually bankrupt Notional .
      Opens the door to more stupid ideas- no GST on tampons, no GST on kids shoes, no GST on Te Reo classes, where does it end….
      They have to do better than that, way better.

      Anyway, does the Pope approve this message?
      I hope Collins did not jump the gun.
      That will be 20 Hail Marys, plus GST, so 23 Hail Marys !!

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  13. Dr Steve Turley’s latest video is a good one ( I find some of them to be a bit over the top). He explains clearly what is happening in Wisconsin and I agree with him that Team Trump should win the legal case and Trump wins Wisconsin. I hope Steve is right when he says at the end that when they win, other states will follow suit and flip, but I’m not so sure. I do think he will win Pennsylvania in SCOTUS.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JjaQ-3masc&list=PLDQ1YxpBwDLEYvzGdqdxZxcof1hC75jCt&index=1

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    • Eternal optimism of good cheer.
      Still he knows the system, and the media.
      Also knowing the deviousness of Democrats & Rino’s and a tremendous amount of money in the system.

      The diving around, is like Trump always just ratchets up, and onwards.
      Sometimes stopped or stymied, but the man and his team always on point to where the real problem of the corruption in the election voting systems.

      A cliffhanger, as also watching the clock, and what may time out.
      The election is a tottering edifice, that is being masked by over used toilet paper from academia and the collaborating shrills in journalism & media.

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    • A truckload of ballot evidence, by the UPS trucker.
      Can this be put in court, so a judge can say, “no evidence”

      A truck driver with USPS says he was suspicious of his cargo load of 288,000 COMPLETED ballots
      https://youtu.be/R0xaA4dYsbQ
      9 mins 25 secs : • Dec 1, 2020
      This is just an extract from the link below.

      Press Conference by Amistad Project on ‘Election Whistleblowers Come Forward’ (Dec. 1) | NTD
      https://youtu.be/av-yC4mR5xo
      1 hour 36 minutes 15 seconds.

      A tad long, but it explains well and shows the messing around and evidence of the nonsense going on.

      The more of these things seen repeated, then it will increase the knowledge of the public and out of the court of the collaborating fraudulent media.

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      • The question is why he was loaded up to cart this load, noting the time, as others & media would say “mailed in ballots”.

        Jesse Morgan, a truck driver with USPS subcontractor says he was suspicious of his cargo load of 288,000 COMPLETED ballots: “I was driving completed ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. I didn’t know, so I decided to speak up.”

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  14. I used to think Spark and Sky were the worst companies in New Zealand, sadly they have been surpassed by N.Z couriers. This company is absolutely hopeless. They couldn’t organise a pickup in a brothel and most of their drivers appear to have been either lobotomised or have had their brains destroyed by listening to super loud rap music all day. I refuse to use them anymore, but unfortunately some of my suppliers do which means things turn up eventually occasionally if your lucky.

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    • I see the near-Penny Dreadful Sky TV’s CEO has resigned .
      He has been there less than 2 years – from early last year.
      He is a Pom and going back.
      He must miss lockdowns.
      It will be rolling lockdowns until at least March 2021 in UK when he goes back.

      One wonders if he had a wife who travelled regularly between the countries and now cannot.
      Little info given.

      The place was pretty rancid to step into after Fellet stayed at least 10 years too long.
      Stupid old git that he was .
      Stuck in 1996.

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  15. I know Scott Goulet has kept mentioning there is more on China, that connects to the election.
    Seems like a continuing coup, or even a state of war.
    Certainly a lot of information to take in, collate, and then understand its ramifications.

    Attorney Wood suddenly mentioned an Executive Order from 2018. Is Lin Wood implying something?
    Has President Trump’s side gotten hold of something and are they going to seize all the assets of some person, or some organizations, institutions, companies, etc.?
    If so, it’s another big move by President Trump to drain the swamp.

    On September 12, 2018, President Trump signed the Executive Order on “Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election.”
    It’s a presidential decree that imposes sanctions when foreign forces interfere in U.S. elections.
    It states, ;-
    “The assessment shall identify, to the maximum extent ascertainable, the nature of any foreign interference and any methods employed to execute it, the persons involved, and the foreign government or governments that authorized, directed, sponsored, or supported it. “

    Also, General Flynn said that the so-called “mainstream media” and the very leftist Democratic Party have been trying to oust Trump from the White House for the past four years of his presidency.
    The Democrats didn’t get enough support from voters in this election, so they stole it through mail-in ballots, Smartmatic software and the Dominion system.
    Until now, “this is still a coup in progress,” with the support of the Communist China behind it.

    Will the Trump administration seize the assets of the Chinese Communist Party?
    General Mcinerney said that he believes that by President Trump invoking his executive order and the Insurrection Act should also then declare Martial Law, he should suspend Habeus corpus and start arresting these people, because we know who they are.
    So we are going to need Military Tribunals, because the Judicial System is not the right place to deal with treason.

    Can it be done? to a successful conclusion?

    Flynn: CCP trying to overthrow Trump?; Executive Order to clean up the swamp? | Front Page
    https://youtu.be/2aMHhPgBYGM
    29 minutes 25 secs : • Premieres Dec 2, 2020 USA Time (circa 5:00pm NZ time Wednesday 3rd Nov.)

    Even just reading it seems mind boogling, though not surprising.
    The key for Trump is to bring an understanding of this, and hopefully convincing enough to persuade many others to understand and to consider the ramifications that may be needed.
    Just how will things pan out in the USA?

    It seems it may become a ‘bloody mess’ in the USA, with so much at stake, the $, the upheaval, CCP.
    Lets hope the chess game is check mate, before a pigeon straddles the chess board.
    It is one thing to consider, Winston Churchill never renounced God, never openly took God to be, but seemed to take all support where he could, and supped with the devil very warily with a long spoon.
    God help the USA.

    Then think on, just how close some of these systems may be working in NZ.
    After all there have been whiffs of that in National Party and Labour Party, while a horse rode in on the “Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Industry”,

    How far down the gurgler is New Zealand, and as some one mentioned above, where is NZ’s lion, to show up what is happening, and to get people to lead for themselves, and their families.

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    • The other thing about the 2018 EO is it puts the US under a state of emergency with regard elections and that state of emergency is still in place. I’m not sure what the practical implications of it are.

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          • The farms represent primary industry.
            The cities represent secondary (bashing metal together) and tertiary industry (banking, software, design, education, the arts, medicine, services and other enterprises).

            A country cannot progress on primary industry alone.

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            • Bullshit.

              The cities only consume. They poach a bit of manufacturing, from smaller centres, for logistical reasons and cheap labour.

              There is nothing essential about large cities. They are an uncivilized cancer on humanity and nature.

              We would advance far quicker, and better, without them. They are filthy places filled with shit people.

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    • ” No more floods, droughts or storms, too hot or too cold days.”

      She is so wonderful our princess, she saved us from Covid and she will sort out all of the above..?
      How brilliant is our saviour Sindy to keep us away from coal being burnt and that horrible oil and gas . I grovel at her beautiful feet !~ //

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  16. ‘Climate emergency’ is it you commie puppet??
    Did the UN tell you to declare that, or was it
    Klarkenstein? You are NOT and NEVER will be
    a prime minister. You are out of your depth.
    Go and do what you know.
    Wrap fish and chips. Your boyfriend can help.

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