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  1. Get out of bed you lazy deplorables, it’s going to be a wonderful day and the bitch will announce this year that she’s headed to the UN !~

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  2. So Ardern decided to fix dangerous drug use at festivals. Just like housing and poverty and….

    Now the little morons are dropping like flies. Even Asian kids are dying. That’s gotta be a record.

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    • No coincidence that people are dropping like flies at shitty ‘DJ’ music festivals…just weeks after Labour legalised pills..
      BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS ARDERN!

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  3. 2nd day of Turning Point USA (conservative speakers). Nothing like this had happened before where doctors were banned from helping their patients with a safe drug. Two doctors who were sacked for promoting hydochloraquine. Would you prefer a drug with 65 years of being used safely, or an experimental vaccine?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRvjUgtCCNQ
    LIVE: Turning Point USA day 2: Dan Bongino, Michael Knowles, Benny Johnson, and more | NTD
    3hrs

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  4. An orange in your mouth.
    A noose around your neck.
    The feel of silk panties on your cock as you suffocate.

    This is not just any party. This is the Labour party.

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  5. My woman asked me this morning what I wanted for dinner.

    I said ‘rissoles’.

    Now she’s not speaking to me.

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  6. After gagging my wife and handcuffing her to the headboard, I whispered in her ear…

    “Now, stay on your own side of the bed.”

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    • Two goldfish in a tank. One says to the other, “No point whistling, Frank. I can see the bubbles coming out your arse”.

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  7. A beaten up gang member was dropped off at Christchurch Hospital shortly before he died. It was revealed last night that armed police had raided a South Island gang headquarters in connection with the death. “This is a tragic event and our thoughts are with Mr Wayman’s family,” police said today. Really?

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    • It’s crazy. What kind of woke idiots say a thing like that? The police shouldn’t be having ‘thoughts’ about gang members’ families. They should be getting on with the job of enforcing the bloody LAW!

      It’s a similar story whenever the police are involved in almost anything nowadays. They’re always wanking on about how hurtful, tragic or sad situations are. They’re like a load of fucking pussies.

      And while we’re on the subject, WHAT are they doing about those rioting prisoners? Absolutely nothing, except sending in some Maori politician to chat with them.

      Law and order in this country has become a disgrace.

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    • LOL 🤣

      And of course the police have thoughts for the family Euro. They are a corrupt gang of cowards, themselves.

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  8. AP off to get a hair cut. Starting to look like
    a second-hand toilet brush. Or Cindy’s armpits.
    Back later. Behave yourselves.

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  9. I read last night that President Trump quietly extended the Sept 2018 Executive Order for another year, last week. Does that sound like someone who thinks he will gone from the WH in a few weeks?

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  10. People who can’t make it on their own will be more likely to join a group that will give them what they need.
    – A sense of belonging
    – Someone who can provide direction to their lives
    – A sense of purpose
    – Respect for their achievements
    – People to turn to when they get into trouble
    – Status in the community
    – The support and adulation of the media

    Ref: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/123699877/new-zealand-gangs-on-the-rise-why-young-kiwis-are-getting-patched
    Naturally, the issue of why youngsters can’t make it on their own is at the root of the problem.

    A society with no gangs is a lot harder to control than a society with many gangs.

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        • The Lions (since 1917)
          “Our clubs are places where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world.”

          Do the gangs improve their communities or just themselves?

          I suggest that gangs are very self-centered and self-serving; whereas community groups like the Lions exist to serve others.

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          • 21 years in Lions and we did a lot of great things for the community.
            Lions and other service clubs got buggerred by the Lotto, RMA H& S and the legislation that gave councils the power of general competence.
            They decided that the council would have a say in everything we did, rma, H & S and all the rest. Then just to stuff it all up along came the feminists. and Ladies were allowed to join. Our club held out as long as we could. Destroyed it. all the guys went away and now along with lots of others they struggle to exist. Cannot grow with new members as the men are beaten up by the women. Sad really.

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            • A strong State will not like the competition of private charities, since it believes all welfare and good works must come from government.

              “Tutto nello Stato, niente al di fuori dello Stato, nulla contro lo Stato.”

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          • Actually my father was a Lion and a Mason at another time (the Lion’s didn’t do the trick lol) and although there was an element of service there was also self-interest as he had political aspirations.

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      • The human psyche has a strong need to be part of a “group” (for protection) and to be a member of something larger, more powerful and longer-lasting than themselves.

        (I feel the desire to preach to the choir)… Bear with me.

        Some people can see far further than others.
        A far-sighted man sees himself as a free agent in a civil society. He takes responsibility for his own actions. He acquires skills and capital that he can use to create wealth. He forms alliances and associations with other like-minded individuals, for their mutual benefit within the framework of the law. The young far-sighted man choses the early hard road that will become easier and easier through life.

        A short-sighted man feels that he is being kept down by “the other.” It is never his fault. He is entitled to “things” in life that should be provided to him. He is the victim. He has no skills or capital, nor the wherewithall to acquire them. Money given to him will quickly be spent on goods and services to provide instant gratification. The ends always justifies the means. The young short-sighted man choses the early easy road that will become harder and harder through life.

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        • Almost all human behaviour is driven by a craving for group validation and approval. Most people have no interest in right or wrong. They simply do what will win acceptance from their chosen social group. They have no independent moral compass.

          Group think is the most toxic and vile aspect of humanity. There are zero redeeming features to it.

          Note – this is NOT applicable to a group of individuals acting together for a common purpose. That is entirely different.

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          • Like all us deplorables on ysb having fun pointing out the hypocracy and constant lies being spouted daily by the lefties?
            Asking for a fellow deplorable.

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          • An independent moral compass will help you to find your way through life at a time when so many have lost their way.

            The all-powerful State must surely hate the independent moral compass.

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    • Thanks Ed.
      A trip of a life time, but $$ price, covid, health, and my age, + do not like the cold.
      So many little parts that kept me hooked.

      The ancient geography, but still actively in the making, from earth quakes to the “ring of fire”
      The fishing, the bears, wild life,
      Knowing you are at a precipice, that you have to account all for your safety, your commonsense, as I saw on one health & safety sign.
      The settlements that have a few centuries of history, the fragility, showing the hard work, to keep them going, and the industry of basically a version of “purse seining” for salmon, and the ongoing hardiness, with work to keep it all on the go.

      The narrator, pitch perfect, not too much, so I could do my reflections & thoughts too, yet enough to inform of just what was around and the situation of sailing.

      It has sure given me itchy feet, will have to be in their summer, and knowing temperatures are pretty mild if they reach a high of 10 degree. Would be a good swan song of a trip. 🙂
      From another time, I have a fishing mate to catch up with up there, if I can track him down.

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    • I don’t think the police are doing well at enforcing the law and I certainly don’t support their woke attitudes. But I think your statement ‘woman wastes pig’ is flagrantly inflammatory. Apart from your choice of words, the woman (probably) wasn’t the main offender – she most likely drove the getaway car – she was charged as an ‘accessory after the fact’.

      But having said that, I do agree that it’s crazy that she (or any offender in her position) should be granted bail at all.

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  11. Apologies for copying from Fruityblog:

    (Written by) Adroit

    There is an article about the increase in gang membership in NZ. This is a phenomenon that should concern all of us on a few levels. The first area of concern is WHY are young men joining gangs, and what are the consequences of gang membership. The latter is well covered, so I am going to discuss the former.

    Two my mind there are a few main reasons why men join gangs. Firstly, as has been identified in the article, they are looking for brotherhood. My belief is that the rise in gangs has coincided with the destruction of brotherhood. There are almost no unapologetically male spaces left in society. Former male spaces have been co-opted to include females across the board. This includes everything from boy scouts right up to organizations like the police, army, and fire service. Gangs in many ways live like the warrior bands of old. Strong in-group loyalty, with out-group aggression. The term in our old European traditions was the mannerbrund. While some might claim there is no loyalty amongst thieves, they still to a large extent operate in an honour based system and are very sensitive to real or imagined insults or slights. If we were to look at the falling rates of sports participation, I think we would find that contributing to the loss of brotherhood more generally.

    The second component about gangs is they create a pathway to achieving real goals that give a sense of identity and maturity. We have lost the traditions in the West that have been involved in the rituals of adulthood. This is characterised by the movies of Seth Rogen and his ilk, showing a complete lack of acceptance of adult hood and a desire to stay in a perpetual peter pan like state of childishness. This phenomenon is now seen frequently across the society, more commonly known as soy-boys. Gangs provide rituals and inclusion that creates a sense of identity. These rituals further develop the in group/out group relationship. We have lost an understanding of the power of these behaviours in our modern day life.

    The further breaking down brotherhood is the increasing feminization of society. Society is increasingly becoming one giant safe space where everyone must live wrapped in wool, protected from themselves, mean words, and others. Gangs provide a counter to that for people so inclined. As alluded to above, even traditionally male organisations such as the Army are becoming more feminised both in make up and character. This is exacerbated by schooling that is largely oriented in nature and content towards girls, and delivered by women. The recent articles by Alwyn have touched on some of these points regarding males in education.

    The last piece I would like to touch on is the role the family plays in the above. According to Stats NZ, 80% of Maori children are born out of wedlock. Those children are disproportionately
    raised in single mother households where they have no positive male role models. They now don’t get them through Church, boy scouts, school, or sports clubs. They have no way to release aggression in a focussed and positive way. There are few job prospects. Gangs provide all of the above for them. In some ways, we may be lucky that gangs aren’t even bigger than they are.

    No amount of prison will ever end gangs, because of the culture that society has created that leads to gangs being seen as a good option. In no way am I suggesting we go easy on gangs or gang members. Rather, I think we should see them as being a response to growing social conditions and the war on men. Furthermore, in some ways, they are the last bastions of male spaces, and while they take many traits to the extreme and past being positive, we must understand why young men are flocking in droves to join them. We are creating society that is fundamentally inimical to the expression of maleness. Until we correct that, we can expect headlines like this to continue ad infinitum.

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    • Of gangs: “…we must understand why young men are flocking in droves to join them.”

      What proportion of those young men self-identify as Maori?

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        • I always thought that one would “self-identify” as something when it is not obvious what that something is.

          For example, a fair-skined maiden (with a drop of Maori blood from a great grandparent) self-identifying as Maori to further her career in academia or in the public service (think of it as a type of insurance).

          Yet, why would someone who is obviously male self-identify as a man?

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  12. Did you realize that amzeballs cindy locked down 5 million of us.
    But she can’t lockdown 17 prisoners!

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    • And now she has approved a special police unit to snoop on our online free speech comments Sooty. What a sleazy thing to do. Thoughts are not crimes – yet.

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    • What is so hard about aiming a fire hose at these arseholes, and keeping it on until they give up. Be all over in hours, if not minutes. Tranquilizer darts would be a good one. Stun grenades. Corrections don’t seem to have a clue. Send in the AOS, army. Shit they should have been off that roof on the first day.

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  13. Missing in action, special K. and …. & …. & ….. & ….

    But for all these slow news days, one who should be nailing this Ardern & Davis, using twitter, face book, on so many angles on this, with out even needing to address what is shining on the roof.

    ….. To cater for New Zealand’s growing prison population the Government will invest in a further 1800 prisoner places at three exisiting facilities at a construction cost of about $1 billion, says Corrections Minister Judith Collins. ……
    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/138616-waikeria-prison-expanding.html

    Collins, and her associate minister, should be having a lot of fun over this issue, so many aspects, the double bunking of the Labour change of plans, etc. etc. as plenty of blank space news in the media.
    Some of their policies, constructive criticism, customized to this situation,
    The progress? how akin to Kiwis build? or not? etc. etc..

    Even just a dart a day?
    Crickets, …..

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    • Tell those ‘protesters’ at Waikeria they will be transferred to Paremorero and watch them fold.

      Big fish, small pond to small fish big pond. 😓

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      • Why do the wankers have holidays?
        They don’t do any work. Except to piss
        off and punish good folk for trying to
        get ahead in life through hard work.

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  14. So the little shits vandalise someone’s business and taunt the police and then complain about the consequences.

    Police are defending an officer’s use of force during riots in Whangamatā, in which a youth was kicked in the back during New Year’s celebrations.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/police-defend-use-force-during-whangamat-riots-new-years-night?auto=6219498469001

    Inspector Dean Anderson, the Eastern Waikato area commander, said in a statement that the incident was not desirable, but sometimes force is required.

    He said the person in the clip was warned several times but refused to move.

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    • If you check out that clip, it’s actually more of a push than a kick. Wouldn’t have hurt in the slightest. Not that I’m defending the police, who I believe are standing by watching gang crime spiral out of control, allowing a terrorist to have firearms license, and taking action against law-abiding citizens.

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  15. 2021 is off to a ripper start in Ardernland. Prison riots, kids offing themselves on party drugs, riots…

    I love watching Ardernites self destruct.

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      • The best way to determine good from evil, is to observe if the behaviour is self destructive.

        Or ask nasska to pray for you.

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    • Not to mention house prices going ballistic, while they piss around trying to nail the evil landlord every way they can. Landlord says no worries, passes the costs onto the tenants, who now pay more rent and have less chance of ever becoming home owners. LVR’s, CGT, foreign buyers, ringfencing losses; none of this makes any significant difference. When are the plonkers going to realise that they just need to build more houses. (Actually they know that, and tried, but failed). They’re out of ideas.

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  16. The wisdom of the Queen of woke Titania McGrath! Worth following for a good laugh.

    If you refuse to take the vaccine, you’re an alt-right conspiracy theorist covidiot.

    If you take the vaccine, you’re glorifying western scientific imperialism and sending out an anti-Chinese dog whistle for white nationalists.

    Choose.

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  17. Amazeballs cindy was only one hour north of the prison and she did not even visit!
    But she had time for selfies!

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    • Doesn’t go near any bad news story. Still hasn’t been to Ihumatao. Still, she should go along to the prison, at least to make sure they’re washing their hands and sneezing into their elbows. They’re part of her team after all.

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  18. Judith has more balls than Special K.
    https://twitter.com/JudithCollinsMP
    “Let’s be clear. Mass destruction of property, assaulting staff and hoarding weapons is not a ‘peaceful protest’. Kelvin Davis needs to front up and explain how this happened and what he’s going to do to fix it. My thoughts are with the Corrections staff dealing with this.”

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  19. “Mass destruction of property, assaulting staff and
    hoarding weapons”…….Hey! That’s the NZ Poo lice.

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  20. “Today @BarbaraKuriger and I were denied entry to Waikeria Prison to speak with the Prison Director about the ongoing riot. Under section 161 of the Corrections Act MP’s can enter a prison at any time. We have written to Kelvin Davis asking you allow us to visit.”

    “Under section 161 of the Corrections Act MP’s can enter a prison at any time.”

    So demand it then. You should have called the local police and demanded immediate entry to the prison. Made a fuss. I realise the police don’t have any control over the prison system but come on. A government department, Corrections, who demands prisoners follow the rules won’t follow the law!! Bloody lefties.

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    • I think they need to send in some independent negotiators. People totally removed from the situation, who can provide a fresh prospective.

      I nominate prison guards from the Russian Federation.

      To give you a flavour, here are some Russians talking with leftist feminists

      https://youtu.be/oXWlQxUNFLY

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  21. “Missing in action”. “If you can’t do your job step down.”

    Heat is mounting on Special K to attend his duties as Minister of Corrections at Waikeria.

    Two National Party MPs are writing to the Minister of Corrections after being turned away from Waikeria Prison when they tried to speak to staff about an ongoing protest at the facility.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/wheres-kelvin-national-mps-denied-entry-waikeria-prison-standoff-enters-fifth-day?auto=6219668631001

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  22. Nancy Pelosi Bans ‘Gender’ Terms Like Mother, Daughter, Father, Son in House Rules

    In clause 8(c)(3) of rule XXIII, gendered terms, such as “father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister, half brother, half sister, grandson, or granddaughter” will be removed.

    In their place, terms such as “parent, child, sibling, parent’s sibling, first cousin, sibling’s child, spouse, parent-in-law, child-in-law, sibling-in-law, stepparent, stepchild, stepsibling, half-sibling, or grandchild” will be used, instead.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/01/01/nancy-pelosi-bans-gender-terms-like-mother-daughter-father-son-in-house-rules/

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  23. If you want any other proof that TV news is bullshit, listen to this.
    “There are now only 68,000 kiwis left in NZ”
    Nothing pisses me off more than when they make such bullshit comments.
    68,000? How do they know?
    Have they counted them all by eyesight or completed a census. Why nor 59,653 or any other number?

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  24. Mask use in the context of COVID-19
    Interim guidance
    1 December 2020 WHO

    Evidence on the protective effect of mask use in community settings.
    Page 8 paragraph 1

    At present there is only limited and inconsistent scientific
    evidence to support the effectiveness of masking of healthy
    people in the community to prevent infection with respiratory
    viruses, including SARS-CoV-2 (75). A large randomized
    community-based trial in which 4862 healthy participants
    were divided into a group wearing medical/surgical masks
    and a control group found no difference in infection with
    SARS-CoV-2

    https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/337199/WHO-2019-nCov-IPC_Masks-2020.5-eng.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

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