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  1. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued battleground states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, saying they made unconstitutional changes to their laws before the 2020 election.

    Paxton said those states tainted the integrity of the vote in Texas and all states.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/12/07/kobach-texas-case-challenges-election-directly

    https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/12/08/texas-attorney-general-ken-paxton-sues-battleground-states-says-changes-to-2020-election-laws-unconstitutional/

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    • Here is another interesting take on the US election saga…The US Constitution sets out the date for when the election is to take place.

      “The voters vote. The officials count. These combined actions form “the election,” and the election must be decided on the day. States that failed to make a final selection of officeholder by midnight after Election Day have violated the statute, subjecting the nation at large to the very evils Congressionally mandated deadlines were drafted to prevent”…

      https://voxday.blogspot.com/2020/12/the-election-is-moot.html#comment-form
      Vox Popoli: The election is moot!

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    • Excellent, it’s got to the Supreme Court and I’m stocked up with popcorn! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • Good idea. I hope your Nuclear bunker is well furnished.

        My bunker is a cupboard under our stairs.

        We are witnessing the commencement of the Second American Civil War (2019- )

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  2. Morning folks. Another glorious day in the country
    that is NEW ZEALAND. A message to all the woke,
    soy boy, feminazi, pencil necked, termnally offended,
    BLM and Antifa supporters as well as every other prick
    who wants to stuff up good, honest Kiwi’s lives with your
    crap: FUCK OFF.
    Have a great day, and let’s be careful out there.

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  3. Judith Collins is nothing but a Gutless Cowardly arse coverer ,no wonder National are in the political sewer with a slimy spineless POS like her as their leader ,F- -K off National and thank F- -K I voted ACT.
    The Labour shitbags held this report off till now to take advantage of the all round good will of the Xmas season ,we are truly F- -Ked.

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      • Never been anything but nasty bastards. Even with some good ones mixed in. always nasty.

        Oh and don’t you notice it more now the ethnic group have got control?
        Utu an all you white immigrants that stopped them killing the other tribes and killing their kids and educating them and paying forever for their supposed being here first. Imagine the grief they are giving Cindy. these days. She is basically impotent when it comes to doing anything except make a noise or hand them more money. FFS angry has compensated Te Arawa for the Tarawera eruptin yesterday.
        Now channelled 105 million into brain washing teachers. Toss the bastarrds out.
        Never given the mandates to do this.
        But the privileged ones will spend spend spend. avoid paying all the tax you can.

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        • The eruption was caused by the first white man that came along to wash his clothes with soap powder which alters the surface tension of the water! White man magic!

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      • It occurs to me that if Maori had a few more role models like Nicole McKee (even though she is only half Maori and was raised by her white mother alone) rather than the corrupt and grasping coterie of chancers who claim to “represent Maori” then they might be in a better place.

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    • Yes, I admit I had high hopes when Judith took over. However, aside from showing what an SLG Cindy was in the Leaders’ debates, she has been a constant disappointment. National are irredeemable and are now perfectly playing the role of CINO controlled opposition. As far as I can tell, from the point that the Rogernomics reforms were brought in – NZ has been a one party state – a virtual dictatorship.

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      • That would have been so much more powerful if she wasn’t reading it. It’s only 3 mins, surely she knew it by heart?

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  4. Mosque shootings inquiry: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants consensus on response but Opposition parties signal challenges

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has asked for cross-party consensus to make the changes called for by the Royal Commission of Inquiry report on the Christchurch terror attacks.

    The Government yesterday committed to implementing “in principle” all 44 of the recommendations and set out a shortlist it would seek to change quickly.

    It found no specific failings of public agencies which directly led to the attacks but there was an “inappropriate concentration” on Islamic threats by security agencies and police administration of the firearms application system was insufficient. (well that would be a whitewash to push the blame on someone else).

    goodness me even Judith is rising up. NEEDS TO CALL ARDEN FOR WHAT SHE IS.
    But Collins signalled National could oppose some of the firearms recommendations if the regulations burdened “law-abiding citizens”.

    Speaking to reporters outside the House, Collins said there would need to be a “very compelling reason” to move hate speech from the Human Rights Act into the Crimes Act.

    “We would need to be very careful. As a party we certainly would not support people being criminalising for unwise statements when they basically should have been spoken to.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/mosque-shootings-inquiry-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-wants-consensus-on-response-but-opposition-parties-signal-challenges/ZZLR27CFKA3LC4X4DP636TTVW4/

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    • “but there was an “inappropriate concentration” on Islamic threats by security agencies and police administration”

      Could that be because worldwide the overwhelming majority of terrorist acts ARE committed by followers of the laughably misnamed “religion of peace”?

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    • Ms Ardern was not “very careful” with the Arms Act amendments and stampeded inappropriate measures through with indecent and undemocratic haste. I have little confidence in her words and especially now we finally have the report of the Royal Commission. It is no surprise there was no justification for the legislative and regulatory measures imposed by her government with the complicit National party alongside. Pleased ACT stood up and was counted favourably. I think determined criticism to government is a duty of the Loyal Opposition and they fail when they do not discharge that duty.

      The matter of freedom of speech is too important to leave to a government that has not demonstrated careful adherence to established democratic procedures.

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  5. You know, there is often a great story when you take the principled decision.
    You will like this.

    Goya Foods names Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ‘Employee of the Month’ after boycott leads to sales spike

    US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been named the “Employee of the Month” at Goya Foods after an apparent boycott led to the Latin cuisine brand receiving a sales spike.

    Speaking on the Michael Berry Show on Monday, Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue revealed: “When she [AOC] boycotted us, our sales actually increased 1,000 percent.

    “So we gave her an honorary, we never were able to hand it to her, but she got employee of the month for bringing attention to Goya and our adobo.”

    In addition, Unanue said that the 31-year-old New York Democrat’s comments allowed the company to expand its reach to “so many new people”, all while holding on to its existing customers.

    Per the New York Post, Ocasio-Cortez appeared to slam Unanue after he praised President Donald Trump during a visit to the White House back in July.

    https://vt.co/news/us/goya-foods-names-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-employee-of-the-month-after-boycott-leads-to-sales-spike?utm_source=vt&utm_medium=junglecreations&utm_campaign=post&fbclid=IwAR1QiQWE-tU7r9uOWuvX5wLcs9IZPnXh5pBDkCb9_4VCrbTuK80WJi5PTaI

    gotta love it.
    But its true any publicity is better than none.
    Do outrageous things.

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    • Yes indeed. Which is a perfect example of all the things that the new Act cohort have FAILED to do in the first 5% of their time in office.

      Just like all the rest, sold their souls and their principles for $160k/year.

      They need to be out there stirring the pot, a good number of Kiwis are appalled at what’s going on in our country. A lot more than 8%, Act can double their vote by becoming an opposition – where was the brave soul who should have called out Cindy for dog-whistling yesterday?

      They should change their party name to “Don’t Act”.

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      • Although, I do want to give a big tick to Nicole McKee. The left wing Twitter trolls are going full sexist, racist hate-speech on her (funny how the worst hate speech, sexism and racism always comes from the left!).

        Apparently, the lunatic left thinks that if you:
        – stand up for NZ citizens who own guns who have been demonised for something that a foreigner did because the PM made it possible
        THEN
        – you support shooting women and children!
        (Seriously – they are that completely mentally ill – have a look at this one)

        I guess if you apply that same logic to the Labour party who set-up the Free Trade Agreement with China, then Cindy supports putting muslims in concentration camps and harvesting their organs!

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      • Settle down and wait for the hiisng from the other two to stop.
        Everything in its own time and trying to bat cindy and the Nats at this time is a waste of energy.
        Never going to make a lot of traction.

        Pic your fights and pic your times.

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  6. A gay hairdresser explains why the Black Caps are a fucking disgrace

    On the day that NZ’s illegitimate PM seeks to once again divide us NZers against each other through the introduction of:
    – a secret police force
    – further de-arming the most law-abiding gun-owning community in the western world
    – stirring up racial divides where none previously existed
    – demonising the majority of ordinary, decent NZers merely because of the colour of their skin

    We hear a voice of reason from a UK gay hairdresser, who explains more eloquently than I ever could why the Black Caps support of a US domestic terrorist organisation is so deeply disgusting and anti-NZ (Darren Grimes is of course talking about Millwall fans who booed their players taking a knee and now Millwall players have decided it’s a dumb as fuck idea to do such a stupid thing and they’re stopping – but every single thing Darren says applies directly to the woke Black Caps.

    Fuck off you nasty little bunch of whiny soyboys – you Black Cap motherfuckers are a national disgrace. Imagine how utterly pathetic you losers are when a gay hairdresser has bigger balls than the lot of you!

    So the question I want answered is “Does Cindy agree with Darren Grimes about BLM? Or is she homophobic?”

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    • Black Caps/NZ Cricket had a quiet/lonely looking merchandise stall at an event I attended recently.
      I took great pleasure in telling the guy my kids would never support/attend a Black Caps match again. I’m a lifelong cricketer and utterly disgusted in them..

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  7. More of our assets going into aussie hands.

    Infratil shares surge after AustralianSuper makes $5 billion takeover offer
    Australia’s largest superannuation fund has made a takeover bid for New Zealand’s Infratil, which owns half of Vodafone NZ, a majority stake in Wellington International Airport and local energy assets.

    The offer from AustralianSuper values the NZX-listed infrastructure investor at $5.37 billion and is pitched at a $1.35 per share premium to Infratil’s closing price on the NZX.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/infratil-shares-surge-after-australiansuper-makes-5-billion-takeover-offer/ULKIMGOGNFWWMV7APMHSSOVQZA/

    WTF. When are we going to defend our cash flows?

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    • Australia has a far superior super scheme in place for more than 25 years now.
      It has been added to and amended positively over the years.
      There are massive funds available.

      Brian Gaynor of Milford Asset did a projection about 10 years ago of what the NZ asset ownership would look like if the 1975 super scheme had gone ahead.
      It was pretty impressive, to be fair.

      NZ has been shit at super.
      The methods we had pre-1985 was better than the kiwisaver thing.
      Tax deductible amount which was particularly useful with 66% tax rates

      Kiwisaver has been degraded from its start .
      Massively degraded. Eg
      The $1000 kickstart gone.
      Tax on the employer contribution.
      Reduction of Govt co payment from $1 for $1 to 50c per $1.
      A silly idea anyway.
      A straight tax deductability was far smarter and the scheme Winston suggested circa 1998 was better constructed even if light on the sum required. He wanted $180k fund minimum, Shipley reduced it to $120k.
      $180k was too low already.
      It was solidly rejected anyhow, in the referendum.

      We do super poorly.
      The Aussies do it much better.
      I cannot see a chance on the horizon.
      They run our banks and insurance as it is.

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      • Aussie also had the option to manage your own super as well!
        Rather than make someone else rich off your money before you got any!
        NZ super is a govt protected gold plated rort!

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  8. Fucking unbelievable whitewash

    Apparently the Tarrant was radicalised in Australia.

    Amazing that he managed to travel through so many terrorist states like Pakistan, Turkey, North Korea and then he got radicalised in highly liberal Australia.

    Smells like NWO anti-white propaganda to me!

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    • Of course Tarrant was radicalised in Australia.
      In terrorist states like Pakistan, Turkey, North Korea he would be unfamiliar with the language spoken. I guess that his contacts in those countries (if they existed) would have been Anglophiles.

      Tarrant would have been radicalized by English text and speech; not Korean, Chinese, Turkish or Urdu.

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      • Strange after traveling the world thru some suspect countries.
        He bellies up to immigration in NZ and says Hi, I’m here for a visit.
        No flags raised even though he’s got visas from shit countries.
        I’m picking that even if he had a new replacement passport, all the old visas would show up on the immigration screen at the airport!
        Or are they that dumb?

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        • Immigration would be the worst run dept of government this side of india.
          Its a bloody disgrace as so many people find out.
          It needs a much better CEO than the one they have now and theneed much better processes.
          Anyone and I mean all of the that have had to deal with broken down corrupt dept. knows the truth.
          Its just hopless.

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  9. If I was to call Andrew little a goat faced little C_ _t with Social engineering on his disgusting dictator like mind would that be hate speech ? The dog will make use of the Ch Ch report to jam his anti freedom of speech laws onto an adoring stupid Kiwi populace.

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    • I think you may be on shaky ground with your goat reference, Rev. It could be construed as a slight on a groups’ sexual orientation. Otherwise you’re all good.

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    • Saggy, Prebble is another old treasonist arsehole that should just F- -K off and die, he crawls out from under his failed pig farm now and then and makes a dog whistle statement then just as quickly slinks back into obscurity where he belongs.
      F- -K off Prebble and take Cindy with you.

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    • Saggy, I downticked your comment. Nothing personal.
      Prebble and Douglas sold this country out to overseas
      corporate rapists. The pair of them should have been
      shot for treason. They are of less value and importance
      than dried dogshit.

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      • No worries AP. “Good people” wasn’t referring to Prebble. It was a sarc at the diplomatic powerhouse of Mahuta and Ardern.

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  10. A small thought.

    Words are merely symbols for concepts.

    “Aotearoa” as a word could not exist until someone with knowledge of the concept of “nation” realised that Te Reo lacked such a word, and so invented it.

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    • The maori had about 130 words apparently.
      Would have been left behind even in the colonization days, by school kids!
      Even now we pay afortune for people to make up new words for them to catch up!

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      • Have just cruised highway 6. It is getting the woke treatment with about 40 new and newly adjusted speed signs.
        These signs presently covered, waiting for the big day release.

        Just wondering ,are the numbers going to be in Te reo as well as English?

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      • Nasska et al @084r3-0916

        This might be of interest, although because it goes against well-entrenched lore, I doubt that it would be well-received within Maoridom.

        ‘Aotearoa a European hoax’

        18 February 2009
        Maori arise. Tuhoe, march. You are in danger of having foisted upon you, in the guise of Maori history, a great European romantic invention.
        We are talking here about the name Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud.
        It is being promoted, and not for the first time, as a replacement for the old-fashioned, misspelt moniker New Zealand, which, in the eyes of the politically correct, reeks of the Dutch, clogs, windmills and European colonialists in general.
        The majority of New Zealanders, including most Maori, have been through an education process which has convinced them that the original Maori name for the country was Aotearoa, and that this was arbitrarily replaced by European invaders.
        This has been reinforced by such things as the Douglas Lilburn overture, Aotearoa, then the rather beautiful Maori version of the nation anthem, and by propaganda from Government departments, the education system and museums.
        Strenuous attempts have been made to try to link Aotearoa to pre-European usage.Frankly, it is all bollocks.
        Historian Michael King exposed the myth once and for all when he pointed out that Aotearoa was selected and popularised as a romantic Maori name for our islands by Pakeha writers such as William Pember Reeves and Stephenson Percy Smith, as well as the Education Department’s School Journal.
        With propaganda like the school journal (catch the little darlings when they are young and they are yours for life), the theory flourished till it became an established fact.
        It is now politically incorrect to raise a questioning voice.
        The problem is that early Maori were a collection of tribes, not a nation. There was no postal system or communication with the outside world, no diplomatic missions, so there was no need for a collective name for this archipelago and its inhabitants.
        There are traditional myths, such as Aotearoa being the name of the canoe of Kupe, the explorer, and that he named the land after it; or that Kupe’s daughter called out ‘‘He ao, He ao” (‘‘a cloud, a cloud”) over the first sighting of land, but again these are quite possibly further inventions of the European romanticists.
        The widespread use of Aotearoa followed the arrival of the Europeans. But up till the 20th century the name applied to the North Island only (or parts of the North Island).
        Maori generally adopted the name Niu Tireni, a transliteration of New Zealand. Various sources cite Te Ika a Maui (the fish of Maui) as a widely used name for the North Island.
        The South Island was Te Wai Pounamu (the waters of greenstone) or Te Wahi Pounamu (the place of greenstone).
        Garbled versions of these names are seen in the papers and maps of James Cook and other early arrivals.
        Tovypoenammoo was a wonderful European phonetic version of Te Wahi Pounamu. I have the greatest respect for geographic name researcher George Holmes, who has slogged away for years investigating geographic mysteries and mistakes.
        More than 70 of his discoveries have been accepted by the New Zealand Geographic Board, which is an astounding record, deserving much kudos. It would be one thing, as he suggests, to consider a return to the correct original spelling of Zeeland.
        But to discard altogether the internationally known and respected New Zealand for Aotearoa, after all this time, would be perpetrating a giant European hoax on Maoridom.
        How could activists possibly accept such a deception? Changing the country’s name would invite comparisons with the lunatic Pol Potists, who turned Cambodia into the killing fields of Kampuchea, and with the equally unlikeable Burmese junta, who renamed the country Myanmar.
        William Pember Reeves and those early editors of the Education Department’s school journal would no doubt spin in their graves with delight, but what would a name change do for the rest of us?
        Abel Tasman in 1642 dubbed us Staten Landt on his initial maps. Dutch cartographers changed the name to Nieuw Zeeland, after the Dutch province.
        This was presumably considered a logical match for the New Holland name initially bestowed on Australia’s east coast.
        Cook turned Zeeland into Zealand, either through deliberate Anglicisation of the Dutch, or because, some have suggested, he was confused by the spelling of the Danish island of Zealand.
        But to step from this minor historic blip to the invented myth of Aotearoa is inconceivable.(1)
        The Dominion Post
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        (1) [n.a.], ‘Aotearoa: a European Hoax’, Dominion Post, 18 February 2009

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        • Exactly.
          The concept behind the word “Aotearoa” would have been alien to Maori of the day.
          The word may appear Maori, but its concept is entirely Western. This must surely be the case for the bulk of modern synthetic Te Reo.
          I would guess that Te Reo has never, ever been used in this country for a non-cash transaction or for the negotiation and drawing up of a business agreement (which forms the basis of the commercial activities upon which the NZ economy depends).

          It’s existance is cermonial, to provide race-based employment, and for virtue signalling.

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  11. An exercise in imagination, let’s play a game

    Let’s just do a little mental exercise, a scenario game if you like. Here is a brief description of the scenario:

    1) You are the President, the Commander in Chief of the most powerful nation on Earth
    2) You love that nation with every fibre of your being and have given up a privileged lifestyle to work for that nation 18 hours a day for free
    3) You swore a solemn oath to defend that nation from enemies both foreign and domestic
    4) You hold an election and you have indisputable, concrete evidence that a coup was carried out through electoral fraud – by a combination of an openly hostile foreign power who has infiltrated every level of civil society
    5) You fully exhaust all legal remedies, because you believe in the rule of law, however it is clear that the legislature and the judiciary have been intimidated by local terrorist organisations like Antifa and BLM (or worse, they have been corrupted and sold out) and so continuously rule against cast-iron legal cases
    6) You know that if coup is allowed to stand, all that you love will be lost forever
    7) The people are coming out of the woodwork to support you and donations to your movement are off the chart

    If you were that leader, what would you do next?

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    • DP@0859

      Enforce the ‘Emergency Powers’ Act promulgated in 2018, a small detail which the MSM has ignored / overlooked.

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    • I think SCOTUS are on their white horses are riding fast to the rescue.

      Two cases now –the Pennsylvania case which I think is quite clear and Cruz & co will win. The only question is what is the remedy?

      Second one is the Texas case ( and there is talk of other states wanting to join in) which Toko highlights above. It is based around the same constitutional issue as the PA case. Again what is the remedy ? Do they throw out all the mail-in votes and/or late arrival ballots or do they throw out the whole state?

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    • Retire and direct my young green proteges to begin a new long march toward reclamation.

      “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” -Greek Proverb

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      • “Oh, how the little piggies will grunt when they hear how the old boar suffered.”

        ….. that sort of thing??

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        • SCOTUS turned down the Pennsylvania case –ie. the plaintiffs lost.
          I hope it was just a pragmatic move and they will rule positively on the Texas case which covers 4-5 states at once for essentially the same issue. In that case remedy : Texas is asking that the Supreme Court remand the appointment of electors in the four states back to the state legislatures of those respective states.

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          • Looks like I got that wrong about PA (like quite a few others in the media). The actual case is still on but the “emergency injunctive relief” was denied.

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            • One read on the situation is that Trump is struggling to understand why the pedophile NWO left hasn’t conceded yet?

              The evidence is overwhelming.

              The other states (ie those that ran free and fair elections) are taking the corrupt ones to SCOTUS, because their rights are now being overtly and obviously harmed.

              If the NWO DNC pushes this to it’s extreme conclusion then it’s unavoidable that a lot of people are going to be exposed and a lot of jail time has to be served. There will be blood in the streets and the DNC will be destroyed (and probably have to be treated as a criminal organisation). The only sensible way out is for Biden to concede and for it all to be brushed under the carpet and covered up.

              They seem utterly intent on the most violent self-destruction.

              The US military – under some kind of Flynn leadership – will be called upon and military tribunals under martial law will ensure unless the insane left choose the easy way out.

              It’s going to be biblical!

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  12. Winston Churchill is at a state dinner with his son-in-law.
    His son-in-law is the classic British drunkard who cannot hold his hands away from alcohol. He is basically ruining the night, but no one can say something because he’s the son-in-law of Churchill.
    Reaching the end of the dinner, journalists arrive and start asking questions to Churchill. They ask him a question:
    -Sir, who is your favourite politician?
    Churchill says:
    -Mussolini, of course!
    Everyone gasps and stares at Churchill fearfully.
    After asking him the reason, he says:
    -He hung his son-in-law, remember?

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  13. I heard a headline earlier saying some group are challenging the dope referendum in court. Anyone read or heard what the grounds are for the challenge?

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  14. Judith Collins says no Royal Commission into White Island tragedy ‘not acceptable’

    Judith Collins is pushing for a Royal Commission of inquiry into the Whakaari/White Island eruption where 22 people died and others were badly hurt.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/judith-collins-says-no-royal-commission-into-white-island-tragedy-not-acceptable?auto=6214971609001

    “I can’t think of any circumstance in New Zealand living memory where we’ve had this number of deaths and massive injuries caused and no Royal Commission. I just can’t imagine that this would be acceptable,” Collins said.

    “Certainly we had one after Pike River, certainly we had one after these killing and injuries at the mosque (Christchurch terrorist attack).

    “It is important and we find from a Royal Commission that you can get these sort of evidence and the in-depth analysis that it’s just not always possible to do in a legal process around a court case or a workplace investigation.

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    • There is no money in it for the FASCISTS which run this country.

      Isn’t she amazeballs!

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    • I don’t want a bloody royal commission.

      No-one ever cops blame (or blames cops) and yet we end up with a plethora of new rules and regulation that did nothing to solve the original problem but create opportunity for jobsworths and clipboard warriors.
      More red tape.
      Reduced productivity in a low productivity country.

      Note Pike river.
      Lots and lots of stupid rules.
      Over the Top rules.

      Cave creek was a failure by public servants – DOC -to build the platform properly as per instructions supplied.
      No-one ever got punished.
      No lives were brought back.

      AirNZ Erebus. Govt entity.

      Christchurch /Tarrant event was a failure by Govt officials – cops – to do their job properly.

      Christchurch CTV building was the council approving the building when it should not after the 2010 Christmas quake; and approving the building in the first place.

      It general comes back to Govt failure.
      But the public get it in the neck.

      Bugger that. I’m sick of useless ‘inquiries’ and such crap.
      The two days for so called submissions on gun laws in 2019 should have taught everyone that.
      The source of the problems as outlined above are almost invariably Govt entities but their Govt masters cover up and the public get punished.
      >>Show me one example where that hypothesis is wrong ????

      Close the door on all convictions over White Is, realise there was a collection of events that lead to a tragedy, lives lost, lives shattered, survivors guilt, people with permanently degraded lives , but … move on.

      This was the idea of the original ACC legislation commencing in the late 1960s.
      It was and remains correct.
      Run by Sir Owen Woodhouse.
      Back when we had decent judges like him and Justice Peter Mahon.

      Bugger off with blame.
      Piss off Judy Collins. A typical lawyer’s knee jerk reaction.

      I don’t want inquiries with former Labour MPs heading them, or parliamentary committees where idiots like Coffee, Swarbrick, and Davidson can rule over others lives.
      Let them go on holiday and forget their way back.

      Less nosiness.
      Open up White Island to tourism, and be more aware.
      Volcanoes are risky places but people visit them in Hawaii and Italy.
      Just as Ardern the liar will not eliminate a recent coronavirus strain, you will not eliminate deaths in risky events, so it is about managing it.

      It would make more sense to ban rugby that ban visits to White Is.
      There are more severe injuries from rugby than from White Is and there are deaths each year from rugby.
      eg
      -Jan 2019 Fourth rugby player dies in France in space of eight months after losing consciousness following tackle
      -Baldwin, then 19 and a Wellington Football Club colts player, died in May 2017 after a knock to the head in a rugby game in Porirua.
      -Rugby league player Wiremu Kahui died in hospital this week after a tragic on-field accident in Perth. Oct 3, 2020
      -Sept 11, 2020 Teenage rugby league player Joel Dark has died in hospital five days after collapsing following a head injury in his senior debut for a club in Newcastle, north of Sydney.

      Send the resources where they add value.

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  15. There is no mystery about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

    It was the parents. Every credible investigation leads to that conclusion.

    No amount of stage managed mawkishness will hide that fact.

    The mother is a lying piece of shit and about as credible as Ardern.

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  16. There is no mystery about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

    It was the parents. Every credible investigation leads to that conclusion.

    No amount of stage managed mawkishness will hide that fact.

    The mother is a lying piece of shit and about as credible as Ardern.

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  17. @ Kea

    I wonder the same. There are credible theories the parents were doping the kids so they could go out and party, party, party.

    Sadly Madelaine reacted to the medication badly, had a seizure and died.

    The parents disposed of her body in the resort’s huge rubbish bin to protect their reputation as doctors.

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    • The initial investigation pointed squarely at the parents. The rest is the result of her professional PR team, she hired immediately after the death.

      The whole thing is staged managed.

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  18. Statistician in Texas Lawsuit Against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin Says Probability of Biden Winning Election Was One in a Quadrillion!

    A new lawsuit filed today, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block four battleground states – Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, from casting “unlawful and constitutionally tainted votes” in the Electoral College.

    In the brief submitted to the Supreme Court, Texas includes a declaration from Pacific Economics Group member and USC economics professor, Charles J. Cicchetti, Ph.D.

    Dr. Cicchetti is the former Deputy Director at the Energy and Environmental Policy Center at Harvard University’s John Kennedy School of Government and received his Ph.D. in economics from Rutgers University.

    According to Dr. Cicchetti, his calculations show the probability of Joe Biden winning the popular vote in the four states independently given President Trump’s early lead in those States as of 3 a.m. on November 4, 2020, is less than one in a quadrillion.

    Dr. Cicchetti’s analysis calculates that for Joe Biden to win all four states collectively, the odds of that event happening decrease to less than one in a quadrillion to the fourth power (1 in 1 in 1,000,000,000,000,0004).

    My maths isn’t too good, but I think that means, like, not probable.

    What a joke America has become. https://meaninginhistory.blogspot.com/

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  19. Gower has been on radio with Plunkett for the last hour and to me he came across as thick.
    His obsession with white supremecy and racism and the fact he was championing hate speech laws without really thinking about the consequences , was astounding.
    Totally out of touch.

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  20. It is certainly getting very interesting and legally technical, Toko . The major TV series (it is way past a mini series) will go on for months.

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    • Seven more states joined the Texas process! (Which was accepted by the Federal Supreme Court – SCOTUS)

      picked off FB.

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    • DR, Steve Turley always looking for the points that could be in play.
      Seems like a “work a round”.

      Texas Drops BOMBSHELL Lawsuit Challenging ELECTION as Congress Rejects Biden as President-Elect!!!
      https://youtu.be/qSclfSnX2ag
      13 mins 29 secs : • Dec 9, 2020

      Seems like Alabama, Florida,, Louisana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Arkansas, South Carolina, South Dakota have joined with TX to that the the Supreme Court which will only take the case, if it is “outcome determinative”
      That is they are taking on the 4 other states to adhere to the Federal Constitution.
      You lost, Go home (on technicalities pushed by “progressive” judges) verses now Go Big and make it worth while.
      Certainly adds to the drama.

      Near the end of the video, is some reasoning on the class difference, and why some Republicans are looking that the Deplorable way, is the path to align with.
      That will help keep other Republicans to see the way.

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      • If we can only force the majority of folk to be NET tax payers, watch them vote the useless pricks out of office!

        I’m talking to you too Goff.

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    • Scott Goulet’s Front Page, steady summary of information & USA. election news.

      Under normal circumstances, by December 8, the U.S. states would have to resolve their election disputes and determine their electors. But this year’s U.S. presidential election has so many problems which indicate the involvement of many groups and even foreign forces.

      “With the fraud case, the Dec. 8 deadline doesn’t apply,” Attorney Sidney Powell said on Dec 4, last Friday during an appearance on Newsmax TV’s “Stinchfield.”

      Currently, President Trump’s team has launched lawsuits in a number of key swing states, and has made four major developments.

      The first development is at the: Three Swing States’ Legislatures May Decide the Electors

      The second notable development in Team Trump’s legal battle is that a number of contested states are holding a series of public hearings. In addition to Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona, Wisconsin will hold public hearings on election irregularities on the 11th of December.

      The third development in the legal battle is that even More Fraud has been Exposed

      And the fourth development in the Trump Team’s legal battle is that: More Legislators are Coming Forward

      President Trump says he will never give up, never back down, never compromise and to fight to the end to save America.

      Trump: Save America, Fight to the end; Witness testimony messed with by Democratic congresswoman
      https://youtu.be/sYifrWIG2qM
      17 minutes 38 secs : circa 5:00pm NZ time Wednesday 8th Dec 2020

      Is Barr thinking of stepping down from Department of Justice in January?, as questions being raised.
      4 legal battles in swing states, to get the legislators to choose their electors.
      A series of public hearings on 11th December in a number of states, to hear of any irregularities. Election Integrity.
      This works around the media not reporting them.
      Another country seems to be connected to Dominion.
      The Trump rallies, never give in, pressures any doubtful Republicans.

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  21. An 87 page report on the Hunter Biden saga.
    Some light reading before bedtime.

    Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption:
    The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns
    U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland
    Security and Governmental Affairs
    U.S. Senate Committee on Finance
    Majority Staff Report

    https://www.finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/HSGAC%20-%20Finance%20Joint%20Report%202020.09.23.pdf

    Additional info:
    https://www.finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/2020-11-18%20HSGAC%20-%20Finance%20Joint%20Report%20Supplemental.pdf

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  22. REALLY , the fricking old neighborhood pedo looking POS that’s in charge of the U N has all of a sudden got a big set of balls and is demanding Putin fucks off from The Crimea , FFS right there is an indication of how We in the West have turned into a clownshow of 800 million poofters and soy boy tossers with their top knots ,skinny wasted bodies and spectacles ,thrashing around with their wanker Signs and demanding this and that while at the same time taking selfies of themselves and posting the septic crap to facebook, God I’m so glad I’ve probably only got less than 30 years to live…

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    • To ensure election integrity, very much on constitutional basis.
      The Texas + states have got Scotus asking the other states have to actively respond by 3.00 pm Eastern Time.

      Major Update: SCOTUS Docket Forces States to Respond – Jordan Sekulow on Newsmax
      https://youtu.be/-8tu0WwQ9ME
      6 mins 31 secs. : • Dec 8, 2020

      The unsuccessful law suits, have drawn out a lot more information, that can be used.
      There is time, noting the time allowed in the SCOTUS deadline being 10 Dec. so if the case is fully taken on, then it could run for the rest of this month.
      It will not be kicked back down to a lower court.
      Enough electoral votes at stake, so becomes a “determinative outcome” and this where the Supreme Court of the USA’s jurisdiction is at.

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  23. Poor old farty pants Swallowswell.
    China’s puppet revealed.

    Dan Scavino@DanScavino

    Swalwell, who sits on the House Intel Committee, and is privy to America’s most closely held secrets, is 100% compromised. He did everything in his power to destroy the lives of anyone who worked for @realDonaldTrump over the past 4yrs with lies, lies, lies—as China owns his ass!

    https://twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1336528654269034496

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      • I reckon stigie. The rig in the video was one of McCarthy’s Masterton fleet & they’re not penny pinchers when it comes to buying the best trucks for the job. The D1000s & D2418s I drove were powered by Cummins or Perkins of about 180hp. McCarthy’s latest logging trucks are Mercedes with about 700hp under the seat. Fully loaded they can maintain 30kph+ over the Rimutakas. Plenty of times I crested the summit with one gear left & that was reverse!

        Looking back the biggest improvements have been in design geometry. The trailers that followed me around the lower NI were constructed by putting a wheel at each corner of a steel frame & attaching a drawbar.

        Things sometimes get better.

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  24. Pretty important.

    “I CAN’T KEEP DOING THIS”: Doctor pleads for review of data during COVID-19 Senate hearing

    Pierre Kory, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine at St. Luke’s Aurora Medical Center, delivers passionate testimony during the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on “Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution, Part II.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq8SXOBy-4w

    Same hearing. Different Doctor.
    https://twitter.com/tafkag/status/1336367573382926340

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    • In David Seymour’s video 4 in Stigie’s link, from 4 mins 30 seconds roasted Mallard to 5 mins 22 secs. 🙂 🙂

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    • Very well done to Chris Bishop, well done and special mention for David Seymour and good back up by Simon Bridges and Gerry Brownlee.

      Question left to be answered is what did Speaker Mallard cost us to have the matter settled?

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  25. Auckland Westpac helicopter trust, you really, really should consider hiding doctor tony smith out the back and not let him do anymore tv interviews. He comes across as a self opionated, pretty boy git and it’s all about him!

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