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  1. No surprise yesterday seeing Judith Collins join the ban Liddle bandwagon, but surprising to even see David Seymour taking part in the ‘’Trump purge’’.Just reinforces to me that Peter Hitchens is 100% correct when he says that we are ‘’post revolution’’.The Fabian Socialists/Progressives with their gradual revolution have taken over all of the important institutions and now the purges and show trials can begin.

    I remember back in the day (before he was ‘’purged’’ from Fox),Glenn Beck did a show on the Weather Underground.This was the radical left-wing organisation that Obama`s mentor Bill Aryers led.The terrorist organisation (yes,they did kill someone with bombs) was infiltrated by the FBI and in the FBI report it talked about how they would discuss the purges after the desired revolution.The radicals matter of factly said that they would have to kill at least 25 million people,those who were going to be impossible to reform and many more million would need to be put in re-education camps.

    The left have not got any less radical since those days,so maybe Kea is right with his paranoia?

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    • The trouble with liquidating people who think differently from you is that if their ideas would actually work better, then all you are doing is keeping yourself in power to the detriment of society as a whole.

      (If power is all you want, then you won’t care about society.)

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      • O-sen
        I Don’t think that logic matters as per your intro.
        The final sentence is correct.

        Stalin – who spent time in a Seminary, where he was radicalised – did it in the 1930s.
        It cost the country but he was around another 20 years including being treated as an equal by Roosevelt and Churchill.

        Chairman Mao was similar and he came from a comfortable middle class background – similar to the under-educated dummies in their late 20s and 30s now in NZ who can’t disseminate fact from fiction because they never had to complete and experience loss but think BLMatter and conversely, Brown Maori kids should be left to get beaten to death or near death.

        Bill Shorten would fit that profile (Power as the end game) and he was destined to be a very left wing corrupt Labor PM of Australia until Scotty from Marketing pulled one out of the hat to win the election.
        (Fruity had called it for Shorten, duh, wrong again bozo)

        Corbyn in UK would fit that profile. He would burn Britain to the ground to prove an (erroneous) point.
        He was surrounded by some real fuckwits as well so while Boris is a dead loss (and neutralised by a 30-something animal rights, lefty, airhead occupying his bed) it could have been worse .

        Ireland is there, Canada…..
        USA was a beacon, now extinguished.

        Logic as ‘the man on the street ‘ would see it has been outlawed.
        Now lock yourself in your house and only come out for ‘approved’ reasons to go to ‘approved’ places for an ‘approved’ duration.

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    • Sad that ACT have joined the cancel culture.
      Not a principled stand at all.
      Cancelled for doing the job he was paid to do.
      Better rethink that ACT.
      Been a supporter for many years but now have to reconsider.
      I guess they have now joined the twitter ranks where the staff decide on the principles.

      Oh but if you don’t like these ones I have others.
      what we expect from the Nats or the left, not what we expect from ACT.

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    • I can certainly understand why the Collins woman would want to distance herself from Chris Liddell, and Seymour too for that matter.

      I mean, obviously, being a successful capitalist who has been part of an administration which rescued the USA’s economy from the doldrums and helped negotiate peace in Asia and the middle east isn’t the sort of person the Nats would want to associate with.

      If that wasn’t enough, the evil administration that this man worked for was instrumental in standing up to China and calling the UN climate scam for what it is. What a thoroughly alt right extremist bastard! The fact that he’s a white man too only adds to his sins.

      Seymour should revise his position though, for his own safety. If Chris Liddell doesn’t get the OECD job he might return to New Zealand; in which case he’d become a magnet for freedom loving kiwis and Seymour might find himself dancing off the stage.

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    • Didn’t take long for Seymour to betray those of us who voted for him in disgust and as a last resort. I hear the pathetic cuck is dispensing with his previously libertarian stance on things and wants to go full surveillance state by making use of the govts Covid spy app compulsory.

      Ok, so now that I know that voting is a complete waste of time, I have to switch to see if our electoral legislation allows for some kind of “No suitable candidate” or “No confidence” option to at least register my extreme dissatisfaction with the shit-sandwich buffet of electoral choices we face. I firmly believe that most rational NZers have to hold their nose when voting for any party or candidate given how awful the options are.

      I guess we had plenty of warning that Seymour was a fucking cuck, the piss poor half pie effort on Charter Schools has effectively destroyed any hope of breaking the monopoly the Marxists have on Indoctrination of the young education. If he wanted to destroy the hope for alternative education streams – quite frankly he couldn’t have done a better job setting the whole concept up to fail. All the while pursuing a 3rd tier issues (“Fuh mah legacy”) instead. I must admit when Seymour came to the leadership of ACT he was pretty damn underwhelming and he’s even managed to fall short of my limited expectations. Sure he’s got 8 MPs – but that’s a reflection on the appalling implosion of the Nats and is going to be disappeared in 2023.

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      • This was sent out as an ACT newsletter on 9 Nov 2020.

        It comes down negatively on Trump and praises up Biden.
        ACT is fecking clueless.

        Reads:-
        Heading: Founding Fathers 45, Tyrants 0

        ACT “Another person has held the highest office in the US without becoming a tyrant. It’s an extraordinary record. Trump thought himself bigger than the system, but the Founding Fathers broke him. America’s founders knew English and French kings, so they sought to make laws nobody could rise above.”
        HOWITIS Comment:
        A Straight slam on Trump, POTUS No 45.

        ACT “The New President
        Biden and his party would like to increase the size and scope of the American state. There’s a lot about him to oppose, but it’s better to be opposed within a framework of the rule of law and democracy. Even if you agree with Trump’s tweets, you have to ask: what is the end game of democracy in 280 character missiles? ”

        ACT “The US Re-Engages
        A world without America is a very scary place for a small democracy. We believe the Biden election is a geopolitical positive for New Zealand.
        Free Press (ACT official newsletter) recommends Biden>> in his own words: “The most effective way to meet that challenge is to build a united front of US allies and partners to confront China’s abusive behaviours and human rights violations, even as we seek to cooperate with Beijing on issues where our interests converge.”

        HOWITIS Comment:
        Clearly ACT do not understand realpolitik.
        Biden does not have his own words, It is all scripted. He does not know who his own wife is.
        Biden via bribes to his son is beholden to foreign powers incl Russia and China.
        The crooked FBI has sat on the evidence of Hunter Biden’s laptop to sway the recent invalid ‘election’ that if it was held in Sudan in the same way, would be slammed in unison by the world of pimped out press-titutes.

        ACT “Back To The Future
        If there has to be a world police officer, it might as well be a democratic one, but will Biden be a more effective sheriff than Bush, Clinton and Obama? Second, the US is hasn’t been the home of free enterprise for a long time. New Zealand regularly outranks the US for adopting free market policies.”

        HOWITIS Comment:
        Clueless ACT. Wow . Where does one begin. Bush, Clinton and Obama took war to multiple countries and debased the lives of many in unjust and unjustified activities. Trump sought out peace and treaties and attained some.
        It seems ACT Party of NZ is Pro-WAR and the degradation of the lives of people in countries where things could be better, but were made worse by the ‘self appointed world policeman ‘
        Wow: Hellfire missiles, Drone attacks on weddings, depleted uranium. Go ACT.
        The BLM people sure got off lightly compared to the darker people in other parts of the world.
        ACT is all for WAR – per its official release Free Press – and where the hell does it see NZ adopting ‘Free Market policies’ when we are paying $1.4 Billion a year to the Paris Accord and the US under Trump pulled out of this cash transfer scam .

        ACT is F.O.S.
        Over $200 in donations last year entitles me to say that.

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        • Anyone surprised Brook van Velden was a Green supporter before she moved to Act. Has Act been blighted by her old belief system?

          The world has gone to hell in a handcart with many determined to jump on board.

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        • Totally agree, donations stopped. I love the idea of no suitable candidate or no confidence in anyone standing for any party as a way of registering our option to NOT vote. We have been duped by ACT /David and his team, and its a real shame. Thought they had the conservative voters interests at heart as the party used to, but NOPE just another ‘wank on’ party.

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        • Which is why they had to get Nokia and Research in Motion (Blackberry) out of the way to create the oligopoly.

          Wait, you have choice, Apple or Google !!

          I explained in a post on the other bog a few years ago that the US were not superior at IT, they were superior at being the only players and playing dirt to stay that way.
          Their constant attack on German companies Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank et al and letting them have Monsanto are no co-incidence.
          Deutche Bank did no worse things in the years leading up to the 2008 GFC but ‘they were not Wall Street’ so ‘the enemy’ .

          In the last 15 years every time the Germans or EU (virtually the same) called out Microsoft for its many infringements the yankies weaponised their bureaucracy and attacked a German company on ‘legal grounds’.
          Microsoft were a vacuum cleaner to clean up opposition companies and in return Marshall Yankee Doodle rode into town if someone threatened their boy Gates .
          Chris Liddell was his RH man for 5 years as CFO of MS. No angel, be assured.

          I have been in IT since before 1990.
          I can’t be bothered with details, I have explained it so often and kiwis generally do not get it.

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        • Are they gifting them to anyone that need a new apple 12 or what? I’d like one thanks should I register my request, Oh….. I am white and old so guess that lets me off with a course at the indoctrination programme

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      • Taiwan has long had the best Covid-19 response in the world. That is in a large part thanks to their advanced, digital contact tracing system. Details of their system is listed here. It allowed Taiwan to be open, to have their MIQ facilities at home, etc.

        The Covid-19 application does not require any personal information. You do not need to login. You do not send any information to a centralized server. It is however, in a scenario where a case is discovered, for the MOH to tell all apps that there has been a case at location X and a timeframe. Your app, on your device, will tell you (and only you) that you have potentially been exposed. That allows you to then voluntarily submit your information. It is similar for the temporary, anonymous Bluetooth keys that generated.

        I get that people are concerned about privacy from a government like Ardern’s. They’re a bunch of fucking lunatic authoritarians and not listening to them feels like it should be a civic duty. But you are honestly more at risk from cell tower triangulation and the masses of data that are being collected on you by your phone (by default!) than you are from this.

        David Seymour makes a reasonable point that rapid contact tracing is still one of our best means to prevent Ardern from having a justification for further lockdowns.

        Disclaimer: I will not do anything to assist Jacinda Ardern if I can reasonably avoid it. I sign in manually with a fake name using my real phone number on pen and paper.

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    • I am a great fan of Roger Douglas & used to be a dedicated ACT voter (i.e. was considering joining & running in my electorate) until Seymour decided to desert many of ACT’s core principles. He wanted to declare our apartment (and many others) in Epsom that were under construction out of the Grammar school zone because it was a high rise built after a certain date – i.e. if your apartment was right next door to the school you would be excluded from that school because it was built after a certain date. I spoke to him on the phone for an extended time about it & he side stepped & bullshitted like a weasel. Here he is outlining it in person:

      https://www.interest.co.nz/property/77521/epsom-mp-david-seymour-highlights-growing-pressure-auckland-boys-grammar-and-epsom

      Considering ACT promote freedom of choice, free market, & are supposedly anti-school zones & crony capitalism, they betrayed so many of their core principles I no longer understood what they stood for & deserted them. Seymour sold out students, property owners, & property developers in favour of crony capitalist Epsom rental landlords who import students from out of zone.

      Seymour doesn’t give a shit about the free market or freedom of choice & I consider him a sellout scumbag of the highest order. Sadly I can never vote for ACT while Seymour is leader which unfortunately means I have to hold my nose and vote for the wishy-washy Nats, but Seymour reminds me of that lowlife character in Asterix comics whose name was Whosemoralsarelastix.

      Classic liberal is an excellent political ideal to base a political party on (freedom is the greatest thing in life), but it’s no good if you only pay lip service to it & sell out. If Seymour doesn’t stand for ACT’s ideals, what does he stand for?

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      • Well said Maggo
        Your vision is better than I thought ! (Ref. to the Magoo character )

        You do not have to vote.
        That is a choice.
        Or you could vote for 0.2% fringe group as a protest vote.

        Frankly, after what went on in USA on 3 to 5 Nov 2020 I doubt the count anyway.
        The fact that Notional did 3 to 5% worse than any of the major polls and Labour did 3 to 5% better makes one pause to think about validity of the count.

        It has been stated in recent years that polling companies are off the mark…but is it something more sinister?
        On that note, it is not your vote that counts, but who counts the vote !

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      • What do you see the school as doing with 2,600 to 3,000 students already enrolled and the potential for another 250 + 500 + 1,800 families based off currently planned developments?

        How do they accommodate the students?

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        • They either shrink the school zone (happens all the time), expand the schools (what the govt. did), or buy the Epsom teacher training campus from Auckland University who were looking to sell it and start a new school. The last option was my suggestion as the place has a pool, tennis courts, lecture theatres, and classrooms.

          As it panned out, most of the occupants of the new high rise apartments were oldies downsizing for their retirement & not many families with schoolkids so Seymour’s handwaving was largely redundant anyway.

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      • The big question is who and what is available to vote for to support the values we have.
        There is not one party that shows an ounce of difference.so we now effectively have single “party “ government. —- Big Government!
        As commented on this blog many times there is no hope for individual voters.
        Voting is useless and the only worthwhile party is having an election party where the whisky flows ,wine and beer washes our worries away.

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        • Falcon I bet the majority of people here do not share your values. No one here or anywhere can get a party that shares all their values. .

          One would think that an individual who became active in a small party would have more influence than a large party. I do not think that is the case.

          With ACT under Seymour it is much like NZF under Peters. In National you can be liberal or conservative on moral issues. That is not the case in ACT anymore under Seymour.

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          • CB
            Values like ,respect for individuals property and personal rights, including their views and do to others as you would have them do to you just to mention a couple.
            Some are pretty much non negotiable for most of us but not now respected politically.
            We will never get everything we want and probably nor should we.
            But there must be a legal framework to protect individuals from a hostile government and the tyranny of the majority.
            Just ask the members of the NZ tradeable economy- farmers,exporters.etc.

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      • Was Roger Douglas our Trump? 1984, he changed the way we ran out economy to save us. His policies were not popular but did it anyway. The msm were not the rabid rabble they are today.

        Is there a populist leader out there for NZ who can take the septic arrows of complaint from the msm and trolls?

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    • Tony B’liar is a hard core Fabian.
      A lot of catholics are attracted to the Fabian society and there is an over representation of them in NZ Unions.
      Why? Change and disruption using other people’s resources.
      B’lair converted to being a Catholic AFTER he was PM of C.O.E. dominated Britain.
      He will have his finger in this pie.

      He combined his British disruption tactics with the PNAC boys and girls (eg Condie Rice) of the USA to create major war and disruption in the Middle East.
      A more extreme example of the Brits and Euros using ‘neutral ‘ Belgium to fight their battles. Move it to the middle East.

      This has deliberately channelled war resources into the Middle East, been a tool of division in the West (like Climate lies) , and kept the places on a war footing.
      The UK does no want to be caught short like 1939 so they manufacture ‘wars’ to keep their troops sharp. Various ones like Malaya and Suez in the 1950s.
      Troops occupying N. Ireland for decades and then in the 21st Century where they can really blow shit up in the Middle East.

      US has its think tanks. These are usually presented as Think tanks because of laws made to keep up with it.
      Britain does as well but these are often disguised as the Brits are more sneaky unlike the gung ho Yanks.
      There are many UK ‘think tanks’ and manipulation organisations (often classed as lobbyists in the USA) in Britain and mainly based in London.
      examples, a few of many:
      -The Fabian Society founded the London School of Economics.
      -Imperial College of London is another dodgy outfit of manipulation from which Nell Fergusson spouts his Fear and Lies and dodgy numbers (for decades) .
      -There are formal links with British Labour Party and 20 socialist orgs
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialist_society_(Labour_Party)
      These include BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic); Christians on the Left; Socialist Educational Association; et al.

      They are well organised and remember Tony B’liar from 1997 as PM had 10 years to set this is place and cause a lot of damage to Britain.
      B’liar is globalist scum.

      You can bet your bottom dollar that when Ardern said she ‘was serving in soup kitchens’ that really she was getting her training.
      Soup kitchen: no paycheque, no employment record, the ‘clients’ if you want any proof are transient and unreliable people. She could have been anywhere……

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  2. Towaka ,if any radical groups worldwide are serious about starting reeducation camps maybe the CCP could make their servers available, apparently they’ve got a pretty good system operating in Western China..
    You are right about Seymour, now that he’s got 9 MPs to control he has to be careful what he says and does, it’s just politics.
    Remember the tough as F–k politician that took no prisoners then went on a TV dancing show and lost his mojo? Seymour is cut from the Same piece of cloth, I voted for him and would again because there was no alternative if you actually wanted to vote in 2020.

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    • Eldest child’s name is “Unique”. A classic example of Silly First Name Syndrome. Unfortunately the child didn’t remain unique for long, and mum went on to punch out numbers 2, 3 and 4. I’m just happy that my tax dollars will be able to assist her in her chosen lifestyle.

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    • A rose by any other name? Note the seeming climbing rose of tatts.

      Was that also an “impregnationor’s” stamp of ownership?, or shorting money to the kids.

      Must be due for another tatt, probably of the Princess.

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    • Articles like the Herald about this “poor woman with 4 young children” stoke the fires burming in the hearts of the luvvies.
      “Oh, that poooor woman with four young children!”
      “Somebody doooo something!”
      “I feeeeeel soooo sorry for her and the children. Someone give her some more money!”

      How responsible are the “luvvies” for enabling these kinds of media articles and for encouraging the political behavior that perpetuates and encourages the underclass to have children that they will not be responsible for?

      Am I being too cynical to suggest that a large feral population and Big Government are in a symbiotic relationship?

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  3. A Englishman walks into a bar in Boston with a head under his arm. He sets the head on the bar and asks for drinks for everyone and two Lagavulin 16 Year Old whiskies for his son and himself. The bartender pours out all the drinks and the man raises his glass to the head and says, “Happy Birthday, Son!” Everyone calls out “Happy Birthday!” The bartender asks the Dad, “Is that your son?” to which Dad nods and says “Yes, he has turned 21 today and we are celebrating with his first drink, now that he is of legal age.” The bartender asks why the son has no body, arms or legs. Dad responds that his son was born that way. Dad then raises the son’s glass of whisky to his mouth and the son drinks the whisky.
    Immediately, a neck pops out of the head. Everyone is amazed. Dad is elated and shouts, “Drinks for everyone!” More drinks are passed around and Dad toasts his son. He then raises a glass to his son’s mouth and the son drinks his whisky.
    Immediately, a torso pops out of his neck. The crowd roars and Dad again says “Drinks for everyone!”. They all toast the son and Dad raises a glass to his son’s mouth and the son drinks the whisky.
    Immediately, an arm pops out of the torso. Dad is beyond elated. He orders more drinks for everyone. They toast the son. The son picks up his own glass of whisky and drinks it down.
    Immediately, his other arm pops out of his torso. Dad is hysterically elated and orders more drinks. The son grabs his drink and swigs it down.
    Immediately, a leg pops out of his torso. The son hops up on the bar and bounces up and down. Dad jumps up and down with glee, shouts out “It’s a MIRACLE!!” and orders another round of drinks for everyone. The son grabs his drink and gulps it down.
    Immediately, another leg pops out of his torso. The son begins to do a tap dance on the bar but is staggering drunk and falls off the bar and crashes at the feet of his father.
    The bartender peers over the bar and says to Dad, “He should have stopped while he was ahead.”

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  4. A woman goes to her doctor for a complete physical examination. The doctor says, “I have some grave news for you. You only have six months to live.”

    “Doctor, what can I do?” the woman cries.

    “Marry an accountant.” replies the doctor.

    “Will that make me live longer?”

    “No,” replies the doc. “But it’ll seem like an eternity.”

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    • nasska, my neigbor told me a similar one,, A doctor tells a gay man he has only 6 months to live due to a diagnosis of advanced HIV , what can I do doc he asked ? well said the doc you could try this solution ,take this bottle of laxatives home and swallow the entire bottle and jump in a warm bath.
      Will that cure me Doc? no said the doc but it’ll certainly teach you what your arseholes really for .LOL.

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    • I qualified as an accountant in 1973. I had heard that joke some years ago, and responded to the woman who told me that I had heard the joke before but never from a fat ugly slut. She went apeshit. That sort of woman is great at handing out insults, but when it goes the other way they get feral.

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    • The journalism of feelz

      photosynthesis seems to maximise at about 18C for most plants, whereas respiration carries on upwards as temperature increases,” said Dr Schipper.
      “What that means is anytime you’re above 18C you’re getting less photosynthesis than before and more respiration – that means you’re spending more than you’re earning and your savings are going to go down.”

      Riiighht. ……..
      So it can seem the trees and plants add to the problem with their respiration.
      So if the sky is falling lets cut the trees down, and kill the plants before they poison us with more ‘sky’ of CO2. 🙂
      The tipping point of a chain saw, me thinks. 🙂

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      • I won’t read such crap from new-chubby, but:
        as it warms more plants grow, and existing plants grow faster.
        I literally saw this with a shrub which was 3 years old at the time and 2 years ago there was a hot, but rainy period for 6 weeks in December /January and it doubled in volume.
        Daytime top temp of 22 to 25 deg

        Plants absorb CO2 and hold the carbon, releasing Oxygen.
        University of Waikato, bugger off you tossers.
        Plants sure as hell don’t want carbon zero and humans are 14 to 18% carbon.
        Of course, Green Party MPs are not human so they can get by on Zero carbon.

        These Uni critters are getting funding for ‘politically correct’ research grants (taxpayer or private institution money) and presenting results that get ‘them’ further.
        It is not science. Unless political science is a ‘science’

        For all their ‘intelligence’ they often live hand to mouth, and grant by grant.
        I know people in this situation.
        They need to provide the ‘correct results’ to get more money.
        Pavlov’s dog.

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    • Well considering the whole premise is shite, I wouldn’t worry too much. It may be true that temperature affects photosynthesis, but the whole idea tha the world is still warming is crap, ( its cooling faster now than it was warming in the 80s) .Further the idea that CO2 increase are going to increase the temperature to 18°C is crap. I’d be far more concerned about freezing to death and starving during the next cool period, especially as reliable energy to warm ourselves get banned by fucking lefty tossers. I actually hope thousands freeze to death in the next few years ( as I hope America becomes the Venezuela of the West. )

      https://electroverse.net/skiing-the-streets-of-madrid/

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    • Ah yes, another “tipping point”. I have lost count of how many tipping points the climate doomsters have tipped over the years.

      The only solution is for everyone to stop breathing. For the planet.

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    • Theres been a tipping point predicted every few years since the 70s.
      We should be out of oil, no polar icecaps left, islands gone etc etc etc but nope still the same old weather some years ate hotter or wetter but fuck all different

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    • Yeah, and if all countries implement all aspects of the agreed accords perfectly it will make how much of a difference by 2100?

      0.0048 degrees centigrade

      If we manage to make it all by 2030 and then keep it up for 70 years it’s still only 0.17 degrees centigrade. The whole thing is a scam to keep people afraid and compliant and some other people very, very rich.

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    • What kind of person would support totalitarian communism?
      – What would their life-goals be?
      – How many children would they likely want to have in their family?
      – How much of their income (if they had an income) would they be willing to give to the State as taxes?
      – Would they want to travel, and if so, then to which countries?
      – Would they expect to rent their apartment?
      – Would they refuse any inheritance from relatives?

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  5. Still mixed signals

    Something still doesn’t scan right with what’s coming out of the USA.

    I honestly have little hope for redemption for Trump’s Presidency, but given that we’re being told he’s conceded he’s doing odd shit for a man that’s going to be out of a job in a week’s time. Normally, it’s not hard to see where the breadcrumbs are leading – but right now it’s highly incongruous.

    I mean, the whole 25A/impeachment thing seems pointless. I know the narrative is that impeachment is necessary to strip Trump of Secret Service protection and prevent him running again in 2024 – but that seems a very long stretch given how old Trump is (Biden has deteriorated massively in the four years since he was Trump’s age. No matter what the MSM narrative about Trump is – he is nobody’s fool – he’s not that stupid to think he’s going to have what it takes in 4 years time. The rush to impeach seems very forced and somewhat panicky. There’s no way they can line the ducks up and the loons on the left will be in a far stronger position when Biden takes office to force the issue.

    And why is Trump replacing the heads of agencies – I mean what’s the point if they’re going to be bundled out in a week’s time.

    And yesterday Mike Pompeo at one of this regular talky things was talking about the Trump Administrations. Pompeo is a very measured, very careful speaker he obviously chooses his words carefully he doesn’t misspeak. And why is Pompeo cancelling a trip to Europe (especially at a time when tensions are high) – the reason given on the Dept of State website was to support transition – FFS the Secretary of State isn’t going to be involved in briefing anyone from Biden’s transition team that’s going to be done by the officials not the political appointments.

    There’s heaps of things like this going on which all seem to indicate something different to what the MSM narrative is.

    Honestly, I don’t believe there is a Q Storm. I don’t believe good triumphs over evil – unless the side of good is united and prepared to do whatever it takes – and the Republicans are obviously not united and they all seem to be in full retreat.

    But some weird shit is going to happen somewhere along the way.

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    • And Lin Wood keeps on getting labelled as a deranged loony for his outlandish accusations – but he keeps on being proven right.

      Last week Wood accused Dan Crenshaw of being dirty. Crenshaw was one of the 5 Republican representatives who “did not vote” in the 25th amendment motion when all but the soon to be ex-Representative Adam Kinzinger R-Illinois voted against the motion.

      If Wood is right about this, then maybe he’s right about other stuff like:
      – Epstein still being alive
      – John Roberts being involved in child trafficking his adopting kids from Wales

      It’s a weird world at the moment.

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    • I am bit like you DP.

      No one knows, and until they hatch, Harris & Biden can not count their “chickens”.
      Just as Trump also can not just count all the legal votes, nor his “chickens”.

      It ain’t over until the “fat lady sings”, and at this point of time, the clock only seems to be pointing against such things, but if the singing starts and strikes powerfully, the right notes, then encores will spontaneously occur.
      Then the power of the chorus, and the choir, will be overwhelming.
      Time will tell if is any benefit,
      To make “hope” is a part of war, and what Churchill rallied, as wg mentions above.

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    • It’s a long way from over.

      Next week a puppet will be sworn in as president in the Supreme Court. They will think they have won…. They haven’t

      They may even try to and carry out a few false flag events to try and take down opposition. The law enforcement minus a few corrupt are not with Biden, the same goes for the military.

      Grab a larger bag of popcorn. Everything will come out the next few months, including everything on the pedophile about to take office.

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  6. A Point of View 2015
    “Roger Scruton – In Defence of Free Speech”
    https://youtu.be/iQPqOwtvYbw
    9 mins 46 secs.

    This explains much of the value of free speech.
    Probably this speech is bought on by the UK’s “hate speech laws”.
    And picks up on the points about “islamophobia” “genderism” “phobias” that has driven “hate speech laws”
    The fear of accusation, that attacks “free speech”.

    Seems to also forcast the events of social media.
    Both error and truth needs to be protected, just as a dissenter, heretic. should be able to question, but the abuse, intimidation, silencing, with “character assassination”
    Who is right? Who has the truth? and that can not be tested?

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    • “In a sad reflection of New Zealand’s undermining of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance, the Pacific nation just refused to join its four closest allies in condemning China’s repression in Hong Kong.”

      The people of NZ are being driven down a path by Ardern that is not of our choosing.

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  7. The time to oppose censorship and persecution, was when they started purging “anti Semites”

    The most powerful censorship fanatics are the Zionist hate group the ADL. This vile nest of subhumans have been spreading lies and hate for decades. And most of you traitors parrot their every word:

    https://www.adl.org/

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  8. One of the assumptions that classical libertarians make is that people are generally fair-minded and are willing to debate issues and have their minds changed by a sound, reasoned argument.

    What defenses does a classical libertarian have against an authoritarian fanatic? A fair fight only happens when the competitors abide by the rules. What do you do when your opponent believes that the end justifies the means?

    The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
    As a classical libertarian, are you prepared to die for your beliefs?

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  9. It does seem surprising, and so is Dr. Steve Turley fully correct? or just rejoicing in seeing “twitter problems” and the showing up of corporate oligarchs.

    “Twitter HUMILIATED as Nations Around the World RISE UP Against Big Tech CENSORSHIP!!!”
    https://youtu.be/hxY1ZwGRHhM Set start after blurb & ads.
    11 mins 45 secs : • Jan 14, 2021

    Twitter is not just banning Trump, but over-ruling over 80+ million Trump followers.
    Why can not the followers decide?

    I think Merkel would be ok if it is done more legally.
    Macron wants citizens to decide and the state to decide regulations.

    Twitters 2 face words of complaint about Uganda, make twitter worthy of total mockery of the “bubble” they live in.
    Indian politicians also sounding alarm about twitter.
    Poland looks to safeguard its “freedom of speech” against social media controls. and the Vise-grad 4 have felt the twitter, facebook bans.
    EU & Britain show some concern at the controls done by Big Tech.

    Still it is making many aware of the power of social media & Big Tech, an awakening, questioning, and perhaps a sort of fight back.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

    Under estimates the politicians like Merkel and Macron and others that are opportunistic for free speech, when they want to entice voters.
    The big corporates will still own the government politicians and bureau-techno-crats any way 🙁

    However the more we know, “knowledge is power”.

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  10. A malacious cop’s apology “I should have known better” …. yeah right…..
    “ignorance is no excuse” -every cop ever

    “Watch what happened when Covid-cops tried to ARREST this mother in Sydney today”
    https://youtu.be/79cUofX13nE
    3 mins 12 secs : • Jan 12, 2021

    So the mother was right about some points of law, 🙂 🙂

    Then note how serious the mask wearing issue is, with that cop.
    Did that cop gain his own exemption from the sergeant? 🙁

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  11. Well well. Having arrogantly persisted with their dog of a covid app, when Sam Morgan had a Bluetooth version all but ready to deploy, they’re now shitting themselves because not enough people are using it to enable effective contact tracing (if we ever had such a thing). Gold Standard – TUI
    We’re staring down the barrel of a major cock-up here, and the govt are doing what they usually do; waiting until it’s happened, and reacting to the max public pressure.

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  12. The Brigadier has been very busy today.

    I’ve dug two large holes in my back yard. (I had no support from my wonderful wife who has occupied her day on her silly devices – she shops at Peaches and Cream in Wairau Rd, Glenfield).

    The first hole was a grave. Freedom has now been buried.

    The second hole is the start of my bunker. I intend to make it as comfortable as possible and it includes a large playroom for me and my hareem of nubile ladies. This is, of course, for their safety and protection 🙂

    I am as burnt in today’s hot sun as a rissole left too long in a frying pan.

    GOD BLESS WHAT IS LEFT OF THE USA.

    AND DONALD JOHN TRUMP!!!

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    • I really hope that the CCP won’t do anything silly in the South China Sea or regarding Taiwan. The Japanese government will be watching developments very closely. Whether Tokyo can actually do anything about it is another matter entirely.

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    • Australia agrees to join the USA in the defence of the “first islands chain”.

      That policy being revealed, seems to be a hint or is just politics that it may not be kept by one of the big players so needs a ratification?

      ….. One objective within the plan is to align with the strategies of Australia, India and Japan, creating a “quadrilateral security framework” and having the four nations as “principal hubs”. ….

      The “First Island Chain” covers the South and East China Seas encompassed by the Kuril Islands, Japan, the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, the Philippines, Borneo, Malaysia and Indonesia.

      …. “Whether America has the capacity, co-ordination and will to follow through on such a total strategy is another question.” …..

      Although South Korea is no island, it is close to the “front”.
      I do wonder where & how they fit in, or is it another agreement some where.

      Is NZ inside or outside of this, though not so critical, seeming to be faraway from the front, or is it?

      When will the journalists ask Ardern about the CCP fishing boats, seemingly conveniently fishing on the Chatham Rise. 🙂
      Can she assure us that they are taking all precautions not to catch albatross, penguins and seals? 🙂
      Can she assure us that they are following NZ fishing regulations regarding net mesh size, quotas, etc. ?
      Can she assure us or the Minister that those boats are respecting human rights, while they are supposedly working in NZ waters? 🙂

      The fleet is routinely found to be violating the law, targeting endangered shark species, falsifying licenses and documentation, as well as committing human rights abuses onboard its vessels.

      And while United Nations maritime law mandates that fishing vessels are required to use a transponder to transmit their location at all times, Mr Urbina said many vessels deliberately switched them off.
      https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-12-19/how-china-is-plundering-the-worlds-oceans/12971422

      So if we do nothing then when they just “ghost around”, so we will continue to do nothing when they do arrive?
      Is there a threat behind this? dreaming of fishing NZ?

      A fleet of Chinese “ghost ships” were falsely reporting their location within New Zealand waters while they fished off the Galapagos Islands. ….
      ….. “The tracks that are appearing below are in fact from vessels near the Galapagos Islands broadcasting false co-ordinates.” …..

      https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/122339295/chinese-vessels-off-galapagos-cloaking-in-new-zealand

      Will NZ sell of something? like fish? houses? farms? forestry, so as to be safe?
      Very special price, you only have to pay once. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  13. Which one should have been on the leash?.
    So the police fined them both.

    …. The woman reportedly told police that she was just out “walking her dog” near their home in the city of Sherbrooke, in Quebec province.
    .
    On Saturday the province imposed a nightly curfew between 20:00 and 05:00.
    .
    Walking a dog close to home is one of the only acceptable reasons to be outside between those times. ….
    .
    ….. following the rule for pets. ….. ….. ….
    …. “did not co-operate with the police at all”. …..

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55631198

    I wonder what her will defence be?
    He is so cute with such a “doggy-face”.
    I have him muzzled as he is such a “dangerous dog”.
    He has “dog breath”
    Can’t you see, it stands out as the proverbial “dog balls”.

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    • It’s almost as if they want this new strain to get out into the community…
      We already have half a dozen (or more) cases of the new strain in isolation in this country. How hard would it be for someone to make a clerical error and let one of the cases out into the community while they were still “hot”?

      Ironically, the PM’s approval rating would probably rise! (She cares, you know…!)

      //

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  14. An old article. I think Nancy would like to be removed. So what was her brother acquired of? Raping 2 girls 11 and 13 years old. Easy to see why she has no problem support a president elect who has sexually abused his own children and grandchildren and whose son has recorded himself raping underage girls.

    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-2007-02-22-0702220127-story.html

    Page 42 talks of him being the only one of the group charged to somehow be acquitted. But was charged for perjury after that.

    https://vault.fbi.gov/thomas-dalesandro-jr/thomas-d-alesandro-jr.-part-01-of-01/view

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  15. Just logged into my Telegram account and found that all of the people I was following had disappeared.
    Did a windows update this afternoon so wonder if Microsoft have done something with their update.
    Has anyone else experienced anything similar?
    Did manage to find and reinstate most, be interesting to see if they are retained next time the programme is closed.
    Just closed and rebooted all gone again.

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    • Few things going on, there have been some fake accounts people have been following that were deleted. Second is they have been purging “hate groups” and those associated with it. Third is they are being threatened with having their apps dumped by google and apple. Fourth a lot of these platform s are under heavy attack, they’re trying to silence people.

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      • Thanks for your thoughts. Strangely my wife’s account is working as normal. She can open and close Telegram without losing anything, (hasn’t done the update yet though). Seems that either I have some sort of issue with my pc or Microsoft have done something.

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