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  1. Jacinda – the Mad Queen

    Disturbingly accurate video about our very own “Mad Queen”, personally I think it’s overly gentle on the PM.

    Be warned there is a cringeworthy bit at the beginning where Tova O’Brien is fawning and flirting in a sickening fashion with Jacinda! But once you get past that bit – it shows the evil that lies beneath once the air-brushed mask slips.

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      • Possibly a better contender is Alice in Wonderland’s Queen of Hearts:

        Jacinda is about “kindness” or at least pretending she is. This is akin in the use of hearts in our culture. For example, someone who has a ‘big heart’ is thought to be kind and generous.

        The Guardian quote for Jacinda Ardern: ‘Very little of what I have done has been deliberate. It’s intuitive’. Lewis Carroll said of the Queen of Hearts “I pictured to myself the Queen of Hearts as a sort of embodiment of ungovernable passion – a blind and aimless Fury.” This aligns with Ardern’s portrayal – intuitive not deliberate.

        Still, as the video stated, Ardern wants to be known as the “Mother of Dragons” and as DP points out, the “Mother of Dragons” by story’s end has become the “Mad Queen”.

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  2. Tova can barely contain her adulation!
    It astounds me that people can take her Political ‘journalism’ seriously…

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      • lol do men need a reason? I have had men tell me that they do not even like me but would still do the deed if permitted. Such funny creatures.

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        • There are limits and if ardern & myself were the only global survivors the human race would die out.

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          • Thank-you for reiterating that.

            I confess that is the one thing I can remember that you have posted previously lol. I thought it was brilliant and it must have been for it to have struck me.

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        • Tova is attractive, it is her politics that I do not like, journalists should have to disclose their biases, they are obvious to some but I imagine not all.

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          • I imagine being a political reporter Tova believes she knows more than anyone else due to informers feeding her tidbits so is justified in her critique. She always looks so elated with herself when spitting venom at National.

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            • Are you going to go and listen to Simeon Browne on Friday? I assume as Simon is at the Fieldays on Thursday that the house is only sitting for three days this week, or is it less?

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          • It depends on the journalist. Jane Clifton has been married to a Nat and a Labour MP. As much as she has shown appalling judgment in husbands one could not say she has ever been a cheerleader for her currents spouses team.
            The problem arises when you have the likes of the Bradford thing cheerleading for Labour whilst being far too close to those at the very top of that party.

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        • Goodness me I haven’t heard that expression since I was at school 50 years ago. You do realise how it dates you? 🙂

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          • I think pretty much everything I say does, so probably right. And I have been observing men for quite a large part of that.

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  3. Did anyone ask Ardern in Parliament why she effectively took a steaming piss on our soldier’s war graves last week?

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    • By anyone i hope you didn’t expect our piss weak opposition or our media to take the fairy princess to task they both appear to have given up, she gets more grief from people like Hooten etc on twitter & sookbook than she does our entire National party

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      • Another day in the house today? I never realized that there were so few sitting days and that they can be discarded at will. Yesterday had to be about the budget, but I will be disappointed if it doesn’t come up about D-Day.

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  4. Increasing the Refugee Quota – not working out – OMG who could have predicted that?

    News broke yesterday that over half of the refugees imported from 3rd world shitholes are still languishing in the resettlement centres. The reason? There aren’t any taxpayer-funded homes available for them to move into!

    OMFG – there’s a shock. In a country:
    – suffering from a housing shortage,
    – where HNZC waiting lists have been shooting upwards for years
    – where we have the appalling RMA preventing developers building houses cheaply
    who could have predicted that there’d be a shortage of houses? Not our fucking moronic government – that’s who!

    But remember, pointing out these facts when the increase in the refugee quota announce, got one labelled as a racist or Islamophobic?

    This is the terrible danger of the left’s suppression of debate on every issue, common sense gets destroyed and the stupidest policy possible gets developed.

    But then, the destruction of the viability of our nation is after all what the left is really after.

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    • Dont our good friends from the Green taliban want to increase it to upwards of 6k now, screw you Kiwis living on the streets the left’s victim pyramid has you at the bottom unless you are gay, maori or muslim or preferably any combination of all three

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    • Sorry but you are incorrect on one point.
      New Zealand only had a housing shortage when Labour was in opposition.
      Kiwibuild has been introduced which has been “transformational” to the housing crisis and a recent “recalibration” will help it achieve even greater things so no need to worry.

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      • Labour and their viper pit of allied snakes have in fact completely solver the housing crisis, Cars/Caravans/Garages/Tents/Bridges/Park Benches and Bushy trees have now been re calibrated as qualifying and approved dwellings which is why the re calibration of Kiwi Fail to 200 new houses over 10 years is all that is now required.

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    • This is why the Nats, to their credit, wanted to keep the number at 750 genuine refugees.
      The resources were there to manage this number well.
      The number was low but the quality of process was high, very high.
      750 people were catered for well, with a high rate of integration in manageable numbers.

      Then the pressure to raise the numbers crept in based on feelz.
      Result:-
      The quality of process across the board has dropped.
      If these clowns had worked in the real world and understood applied Econ 101 of limited resources they would have got this.
      But they didn’t.
      They didn’t understand the real world. They didn’t understand the rule of limited resources.
      There are no winners from this; quite the opposite.

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      • The silver lining might be that NZ becomes less attractive as a chosen destination as we get through the rest of the term of this one term COL.

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        • Prepare for 3 terms of COL. I don’t like it, but there is no credible challenge to Jacinda in the eyes of Joe Soap. And with NZ and international media running interference, they won’t learn any differently. The stuff ups will have to materially impact people to the point where it can no longer be ignored for that COL to change.

          Unless we get the equivalent of Donald Trump to drain the swamp that is Jacinda Arderns Labour government.

          But who do we have with that skillset?

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      • 750 was far too many (especially as so many came from Islamic sh1tholes) but your point is well made and valid.

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  5. Intellectual: Noun: A person who has an unlimited capacity to deny the obvious, especially when this is politically or ideologically convenient. His or her denial is often accompanied by mockery of the “simple-minded folk” who still believe in some features of common sense.

    A win for common sense over woke oppression,
    https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/06/verdict-jury-awards-gibsons-bakery-11-million-against-oberlin-college/

    And there`s more,
    Speak of the Devil: How Demonizing “Whiteness” Spreads White Nationalism | Bret Weinstein
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1sJgjG5AF4&feature=youtu.be

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    • Historical oppression under categories of race, sex and gender is the basis of intersexuality, or splitting everyone into categories. “They would like to transfer “wellbeing” from those who have historically been privileged to those who were historically oppressed effectively based on an accounting scheme.”

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    • he’s WO’s Face of the day this morning, what a pieece of shit!

      Apparently baby momma is pregnant again so with baby daddy off to prison the cycle begins again….

      My thoughts go out to the biological father of the dead baby.

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      • Where was his support of the mother through her pregnancy? The article says that he was immature, but the mother wanted to be part of a relationship, desperately it would seem.

        Would she have been with the father if he had stepped up?

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          • In the past, there might have been an imperative to find a family provider, but there is the state now and the mother would have been better off on the DPB and working part-time if she wanted.

            I am not anti-men or think that the state should replace them, but really, this man was never going to make her life better, so she would have been better on her own. The child’s father never, to some degree had the chance to step up as she was out trying to hook up immediately, while pregnant.

            Such a sad situation, she won’t, but in this sort of situation should she abort the baby? How can she look at it after it is born and not see its father?

            Her biology is probably telling her that the only way to get over the grief is to have another child, and she has one in situ. Is that going to be a situation where the child will/ or should be uplifted y the state?

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      • I find it interesting that this alleged “warrior gene” has a lot in common with the big cats like lions, new male comes in kills the young then gets down to breeding immediately, as i dont know a lot of Maori history is this something they used to do in their tribal wars (genuine question) i guess it’s probably all down to colonisation n stuff, hey Kelvin here’s another truck load of money thats guaranteed to fix it as if throwing money at the problem has worked at all so far

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        • Not only big cats, primates do it too especially chimpanzees. Draw your on conclusions, I wouldn’t want to be accused of an “ism” if I proposed any.

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            • Yet women seem to be oblivious, as a solo mother, twice lol I rarely let men into the chicken coop.

              Now that the chicks have all left, I have to say that old habits die hard.

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            • Ducks are brutal to their own as are chickens, they are descended from dinosaurs though. Both are efficient killers.

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              • Very true. Mallards mating has much in common with the Egyptian “game” taharrush. Perhaps the Gypos learned it from the ducks though I wouldn’t be too surprised to find the ducks learned it from the Moslems.

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          • Interesting about chimpanzees and the similarity of skull shape and facial features with their homeland relatives. Not being nasty just re calling a book by Alan Alford on his theory that the Anunaki created a slave race in Africa and other Anunaki did similar in the Indus valley and the Caucasus, possibly Africa was the first genetic experiment and the Caucasus the last which may explain differences.

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  6. Is Winston going to say that Costco coming to NZ is down to him, you know like he claimed IKEA?

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  7. 20B for defence good on ya mini Mark another kick in the guts for the cowards on the left that prefer to fight with unicorn farts and another small nail in Arderns political future

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    • But G just to keep their interest he has now claimed it is Global Warming that influenced the decision to buy new aircraft. What a caring little body he is. Yeah right.

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      • Ha Ha trying to appease the no doubt growing whinge fest from Hager & his vile green mates what a meataxe the tiny wee fella is, next it will be racism that influenced him as well im sure you cant have one without the other in leftard world

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      • The military wellbeing budget? What gets me is the way they go about it I end up bagging it even when I agree with it. Of course, we need equipping, we can’t bludge off Australia and America if they have nothing in common with our governance and presiding politics.

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    • Absolutely people should be charged for wasting police time.
      Let’s start with the numpty who reported a hack on Treasury’s computer.

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      • That enquiry didn’t take very long but yes an estimate would be good :).

        I actually think it is a good use of police time to follow up on those cars, they have already found unlicensed drivers driving, I assume that they prosecute, who knows what else they have found while searching for the cars and the relevant people. Are these unexpected bonuses taken off the costs?

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  8. Simon Bridges brilliant line this morning on the AMShow, “We can’t afford this government.”

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    • Bridges has yet to speak out on the appalling waste of taxpayers money that the firearms law changes represent especially the so called “buy back” (a billion dollars when the compensation plus logistics, security, collection and transport are taken into account) and a possible registration scheme that idiot Nash and the anti gun zealot Cahill are pressing for (several hundred million dollars).
      Bridges is right, we cannot afford this government. Now will he and his party start acting like a proper opposition party? I’m not holding my breath,

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  9. Samoa bans Rocketman the Elton John movie oh dear do you think R Castle might have minimised just how important religion is to the Samoans i see Israel’s brother has chucked in a very promising league career to support him, i wonder how far this resentment goes as it has the potential to be quite catastrophic for Aussie league & rugby

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    • I wonder what happens as the Pacific Island players contracts come up for renewal?
      Will they all abandon Australia.
      I’m picking that them and other players in different countries will be looking closely at their contracts, when up for renewal in light of this saga!
      How come NZ rugby gave SBW a free pass?
      That will be the standard that has to be applied to all players or it will be solved in court.
      I think that NZ rugby made a rod for their own back and was one reason Stev Tew bailed, because he was the reason!
      May have looked good on the day, but was not thought thru!
      They were paying him the big bucks for a reason. Now he’s done a runner!

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      • And if the proposed Pacific Island competition goes ahead thats Aussie well & truly fkd Nz not so much as we are home to most of them or their extended families, as for SBW well anyone that changes their religious beliefs for a failed stone age ideology probably isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer and to see the NZRU cater to his demands was sickening, so was it his rugby skills or their kowtowing to the religion of bits n pieces that made Tew & co look like simpering fools

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  10. New Zealand’s own ‘stolen generation’: The babies taken by Oranga Tamariki
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/113395638/new-zealands-own-stolen-generation-the-babies-taken-by-oranga-tamariki

    Another story about how racist and mean CYFS is targeting innocent Maori who are good parents and just want to live in peace with their whanau.
    Well if child removals are a problem then fine leave them to it in my opinion as I’m past the point where I really don’t care anymore.
    Let these losers and their whanau beat,maim and kill their kids to their hearts content while the rest of us get on with our lives free of their whining and bleating.
    No more candle lit vigils,marches down Queen Street and other soul searching crap,just sit back and watch the body count stack up contented in the knowledge that at least these kids were tortured to death by someone who loved them instead of a stranger.
    It’s the small things which count in these situations.

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    • They are going to be killing kids until the tribal elders do something about it!
      No amount of money is going to stop the stoneage “once” were worriors!

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    • Stolen generation oh how dramatic my ex works for CYFs the stories she tells would make you sick, workers sitting in small closed rooms with both parents patched up with whatever bunch of scum they identify with, verbal abuse, intimidation, veiled threats of violence etc, once they address the alcohol issues, violence drugs gangs & laziness they could make a valid point until then it’s all bullshit & smokescreens to avoid the real problems and lay the blame at anyones elses feet but their own

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    • Australia’s Channel Nine-owned Stuff has left the reservation without so much as a packed lunch.
      They are wandering in an intellectual desert.
      How long will this last?
      40 days and 40 nights, or 40 years?

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  11. Hundreds of speed cameras, attracting much larger fines, could be added to the roading network under the next road safety strategy.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/391808/road-safety-strategy-increased-speed-camera-use-divides-experts

    So even though we were told initially that the introduction of speed cameras would lower the road toll when actually it has been climbing for the last 3 years the solution it seems is more speed cameras not their abolition as logic would suggest.
    Just like the socialsm argument I suppose,if it fails you just need to try again but this time it needs to be more aggressive and harsh to work.

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  12. Have you wondered why there are so few articles we are allowed to comment on on the Stuff website?
    This e mail just received from a correspondent in Hawaii would seem to explain it:
    Subject: Free Speech is Dead in NZ
    Date: 12 June 2019 6:23:04 am NZST
    To: comments@stuff.co.nz

    Aloha STUFF…..Wow…..after reading your “rules” for comments…..I am shocked to learn that your “rules” basically show that your publication became OWNED…..and no longer provides truth in journalism. “

    With rare exceptions, we will not usually enable comments on stories concerning:

    1080
    allegations of criminality or misconduct
    animal cruelty
    beneficiaries
    Christchurch mosque shootings of March 2019
    court cases
    domestic violence
    fluoride
    funerals
    immigrants or refugees
    Israel and Palestine
    Kashmir
    missing people
    personal accounts of abortion
    race
    sexual orientation
    suicide
    Treaty of Waitangi
    transgender issues
    vaccination
    vulnerable children”

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      • If she is going to be like her mum, I feel sorry for what she has to look forward too in her teething over the coming years

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      • Since that paper went behind the pay wall, I have only been there a couple of times, unless someone has posted a link. I have to say that the Stuff is Stuffed! Why would anyone pay money to buy it. It’s crap as a free giveaway. They had the chance to raise up and become nzs leading newspaper. But no they have blown that chance, still a second rate rag. May it close down soon, to put it out of its missery, because it’s worth nothing, only machinery value as scrap!
        But seriously folks. Were do you go for news?
        The local rag is a stuff version, which is fighting for its life against the free newspaper.
        If the free one had death notices and tv guide, no one would by it!
        Tried the online version of TV, but they are just the same crap by anyother means!
        You can try overseas, but then you get no nz news.
        So I have to thank you people that post for taking a hit by reading and watching dribble to keep the rest informed!

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        • If it goes against the narrative, it’s weather. If it goes with the narrative, it is climate.

          A snow storm is weather, a heatwave is climate.

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    • They muppets also removed the voting system probably because the downvotes didnt match the narrative & the amount of whiny lefties that used to complain about Nat bots voting & commenting and how unfair it all was, so just like this govt they removed any way of us measuring the importance of a comment and then they go full retard as you have pointed out, who needs accountability when you have “well being” eh

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      • No wonder housing is out of reach for a large group. How many are spending $$ on poison instead of saving everything they can. Easier to whine to indulgent morons like Twitford than knuckle down and save for a home yourself.

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    • An absolute pleasure? I did mine out of duty, we have blood drives here, so even if there isn’t a centre as such they still get the donations.

      I wonder why the local blood nurse can’t take blood donations on the side? Phlebotomist? They have the equipment and courier samples already.

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  13. Here’s an update on the latest Alexa ratings for some blogs
    YSB up again to 3226
    Kiwiblog in falling again to 778
    Whaleoil in freefall to 609
    The Standard 4785
    Sadly the Herald and Stuff are still stubbornly stuck on 10 and 7 respectively.
    One would think that with the Heralds Premium making the site virtually unreadable that it would have started to drop.
    Don’t forget you can install the Alexa tool bar for Google and Firefox, its easy and unobtrusive and a bit of fun sometimes

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    • Good to see that YSB is gaining popularity. I have great hopes that this site will become essential viewing for those of us who care about free speech and are not too easily offended. We need to get young people on board though and not just old crusties who know a bit about life and what makes it tick.

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  14. Wow, more revisionist history in this editorial….

    Now the Crusades were “a historic campaign of ethnic and religious cleansing”….

    “That the leaders of our national sport chose to name one of their franchises after a historic campaign of ethnic and religious cleansing is difficult to understand; that they stuck with it in the face of persistent reminders of history is hard to justify; that they have spurned an opportunity to redress all of that and press reset is uncomfortable to ponder, especially in the aftermath of an historic killing spree supposedly in honour of those ancient crusaders.”

    Hrmm…..
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/sport/113398500/nzr-got-it-wrong-over-decision-to-keep-crusaders-name

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  15. Watching Q1, what is a paid volunteer in a Kohanga Reo? Is that an untrained teacher?

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    • Parliamentary tv that is, my rural internet has such a lag it drives me nuts lol. The fact that I multitask and have various windows open has nothing to do with it. Oh my god, patsy questions.

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            • So still a photo op then. Id prefer that the Prime Minister of my country do their fucking job and show up in parliment like every other MP instead of fucking around

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              • I dont want her to do her job.
                But just to turn up and take the flak, so we can see her hissy fits etc.

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              • It must be nice to just turn up at events and be made to feel important.

                Wasn’t the Napier Deco Weekend unplanned but got lots of press? I can’t remember why a distraction was needed.

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          • I gave up with Winston’s obfuscation. He had no intention of answering any question. It pisses me off when that is condoned. We can all see it for what it is.

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          • Witless protection naturally to avoid her getting her foot in her mouth again. Leaving the3 DPM to duck the serious question of when he was informed of the GCSB advice that there was no hack but a domestic blunder. It even had other members of the 5 Eyes group very concerned about NZ’s cyber security. Also seems the Foreign Minister was at the end of the notification list until other 5 Eyes partners inquired about a “hack” of a partners system. The Speaker had to run interference again with a dummy pass.

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      • The patsy questions are abusing the intelligence of the watching taxpayer. Q1 from list member Kiri Allen today, with two supplementaries, just mindless regurgitated Toshiba from the Minister and not worth the time and cost. Not at all enlightening for the viewer.

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    • Kelvin talking in the House this afternoon about funding for Kohanga Reo and “nannies” among others getting recognition for their work. He said Kohanga Reo’s are different from pre-schools and that’s what makes them Kohanga Reo. I guess that means anyone helping out in a KR is to be funded by the taxpayer?

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        • Hush your mouth. KR is the original charter school before the name was ever introduced to NZ. Maori took to charter schools concept like a duck to water, but the education unions don’t like the concept so they are all pretending by renaming them something else. Smoke and mirrors.

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      • That was an advertorial from Kevin. Patsy questions from the government to Ministers do not produce anything useful and relegate question time to nonsense.

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  16. Seems that the Get Wellington Moving campaign also has some unintended intended consequences already. Today the people have been warned to stay out of the water in Wellington Harbor due to sewage contamination. Desperate to get runs on the board to compete with Auckland again.

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  17. I know that Holysheet doesn’t want advertising on his blog but if he advertised what he is selling at the Fieldays, think of the reach that it would have via this blog. 33 countries wasn’t it?

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    • I think you’ll find that our host is onto it. Yesterday morning he reported in from Fieldays & advised his position as:

      …..”No, I am at the top of the hill. Putting ysb flyers on every car in the carpark.”…..

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  18. One dark morning, black as night,
    He woke up so full of fright.
    Right behind him, He could hear,
    A noise which filled his soul with fear.
    With trembling hands he switched on the light,
    His buttocks clenched extremely tight.
    He turned & screamed, for what he saw
    Was what he’d shagged the night before!

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  19. A gang of young African boys have landed themselves in trouble with Sydney police after stealing from electronic stores across Sydney by dashing in as a group and in front of customers and staff grabbing as much technology as they can carry before avoiding security and running off. The cops tracked their number plates and have charged them.
    https://www.channelnews.com.au/jb-hi-fi-bing-lee-stores-attacked-by-african-gangs-special-nsw-task-force-established/

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    • From your link:

      …..”African Youths have been responsible for violent attacks in Victoria with politicians slamming Victorian Police for a lack of action on gangs who have stored retail stores and homes, they have also been identified as being responsible for car high jackings.”…..

      Constituents force their MPs to act. Police actually do something. Now the Courts.

      Youths! African! Probably Muslim! Six month’s golf lessons……max!

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      • It doesn’t sound like the Sydney NSW cops are putting up with any crap from these guys like the Victoria police who seem to believe it’s hands off. Where do the Victoria police think it will end if they don’t treat the dangerous and entitled shitheads like any other criminal gang?

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  20. Failing Phil has got to go.
    Twyford failed to disclose the meeting but was outed by one of own colleagues – Environment Minister David Parker, who also attended the meeting with the former Labour leader.

    Twyford met with Goff and Parker on March 2 this year, but he failed to disclose that in his public diary. The missing meeting suddenly appeared in his diary on Wednesday morning.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/06/housing-minister-phil-twyford-accused-of-holding-sneaky-undisclosed-meeting.html

    Parker outed him. Parker is after Twyfords scalp.
    Who has Parker got lined up to take his place?

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  21. Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals

    ousing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford is seeking advice from officials and talking to developers about the government getting involved in build-to-rent schemes.

    He wants the government to incentivise developers to invest in housing – apartments in particular – built with the purpose of being rented out long-term.

    He told media the idea wasn’t to provide developers with subsidies, but rather to help those eyeing long-term rental yields as opposed to capital gains, to get their projects “over the line”.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/100178/housing-minister-phil-twyford-talks-developers-and-officials-over-making-public-land

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  22. Phil needs to sit down with Grant R and tell him to stop the war on landlords. Phil is trying to incentivise long term rentals while Grant shafts him big time at every turn with things like rental tax ring-fencing. And while Phil tries to incentivise property development, Grant and a few million other morons want to increase the tax on property. What a shambles.

    As an aside, Phil is MIA in the transport portfolio, and people in the industry have started referring to the associate minister as ‘Minister Genter’.

    hat tip Interest .co.nz

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    • Judith Collins is rightly putting the boot in that Twyford is shafting mum and dad rental investors while propping up the big boys with government subsidies.

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    • Robertson shafts everyone.
      This has been his modus operandi since he realised he will never be PM; earlier in fact.
      He even shafts Alf.

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  23. https://www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/ondemand?itemId=207175

    Phil Twyford being asked about a meeting he had with Phil Goff and minister for the enviroment David Parker, t0 discuss the Auckland rural / urban boundary…
    – That wasnt published in the ministers published diary….
    – That was a political meeting with mayor Goff in regards to one of the biggest factors impacting on the cost and supply of housing in the countries largest city…..
    – That he specifically requested that NO OFFICIALS to be present at this meeting…

    Tomorrow should be fun…. or will he be helping CIndy at field days tomorrow too?

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  24. The former head of a Taranaki church has been charged with a number of sexual assaults.

    The man is facing two counts of indecently assaulting a female over the age of 16 and two of carrying out an indecent act with the intent to offend.

    According to court documents, the alleged offending began in 2012, spans several years and involves three complainants.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/113420678/former-church-head-in-court-on-sexrelated-charges?cid=facebook.post&fbclid=IwAR3BwRrpCzEZ0A69VI8J6lVRZDBXDd2Mj0z38TCtxQmfZc7jj7aQrscFvzQ

    Another one for naaska.

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    • …..”The man is facing two counts of indecently assaulting a female over the age of 16″…..

      At least we know he’s not Catholic!

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  25. Didn’t take them long.

    The Government is taking advice on road safety, and one suggestion is to follow the Swedish example.

    Sweden’s expected to have 3000 speed cameras in a few years. In comparison, New Zealand has just 56.

    Other differences include speed cameras in New Zealand being clearly signposted, while the top speed there is 120kmh.

    The fines are also very different, with the top fine being NZ$320.

    The Automobile Association (AA) says it would be an improvement, but other groups say it would just be revenue gathering.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/06/bigger-fines-more-speed-cameras-could-be-on-the-way-for-nz-roads.html?fbclid=IwAR1FeJtSWippFL69BW7XsrRkGn37vFFHCNeTGYIq0F0hQr13nKYrGAO0TlM

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    • Just watched that.
      The tart was misleading.
      Tv3.
      She said the ‘top fine in NZ is $80’.
      Bullsh*t.
      It runs to many hundreds of dollars.
      Its $150 to drive in a bus lane in Auckland.
      It is $150 for failing to stop at a stop sign.
      46-50 km over the limit is $630 fine.
      https://www.police.govt.nz/faq/what-are-the-fines-for-speeding

      I think TV3 are fixated on $80 fines because the low IQ Garner gets so many of those fines in Waterview tunnel because, per slow boy – ‘it’s impossible to stay under 80’. Impossible I tell ya.

      With Sweden’s top speed of 120 km/hr and marked cameras it is apples and oranges.
      Watch the sheep nod when Mad Queen spins this as good for us.
      It is likely a mass introduction of speed cameras is a starter for lowering open road to 80 km/hr for cars, trucks, buses..the whole lot.
      They are that evil!

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      • Time to smash the cameras – quick burst of semi auto magic – photo that ya mad cow 🙂

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    • …..” gun laws which will not make any of us any safer.”……

      True but that is not the intention of the legislation. It is to make life safer for scummy socialist politicians after the hoi polloi finally decide that they’ve had enough & start marching on parliament.

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      • Get the cops to confiscate up all the criminals’ guns and then we’ll talk. Leave the usual kiwi family bloke who have firearms for legitimate use keep their guns. Total over reaction.

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    • Do you consider the registration will be without cost to the licensed firearm owner? My pick is the proposal will have a fee, probably annual, probably per weapon, and the total package, if implemented, will be a further burden on the law abiding firearm owner.

      The substantial risk is the proposed registration system will become a catalogue for criminals who will infiltrate weak points to locate items they seek. We have ample evidence of poor attention to the security of government record systems

      It is a total nonsense given the criminal element will not be involved. The pressure will only be on the law abiding.

      This proposal is wrong and unnecessary, It should not proceed.

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  26. Dear god.

    Just watched the parliament Chanel where 3 pies Wood was speaking.

    She is one sick puppy who is grossly overweight. She appears to struggle for breath and now wears what appears to be a maternity dress.

    This is not a cheap shot at her as her health is not what we expect our MPs to portray.

    Surely her colleagues must be concerned.

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  27. That’s how you make a political ad that people will watch. What a hoot and brilliantly done.

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