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    • Nah I am on the piss wth my brother and couldn’t take the risk of not posting this tomorrow, hence the early post of hys.
      Its 12.08. he is sleeping n the lounge chair after imbibing my wine and Grahams 30 year old port.
      Happy new year or whatevr you feel like cellebrating… Hic hic hic….

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  1. And a very good morning to you all, my fellow YSB-ers

    ‘Tis another cold day in the Central Waikato (And, indeed in all of New Zealand), so ‘up and at ’em wherever you are and whatever you plan to do.

    Enjoy the experience, keep safe and, as always, DLTBGYD

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  2. Morning, looks like another tropical day at 13 today. Up a degree from during the night. More rain forcast.

    Driving from the mount back to taiuranga via maungatapu you see a large part of the Tauranga harbour. coming back around 5.00 last night the harbour was so still and flat there wasn’t even a ripple in the water.
    Often see it fairly glassy but this was something different. Of course, it was coming on dark so no light reflection. but the stillness of it was just so different. Seen the harbour thousands of times but don’t ever recall seeing it like this.

    The steam from the gib plant was going very high up in the air without dispearsing which shows how still it was even airwise.
    And that’s just off the kaimai’s where there is always some breeze.

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  3. Guilty pleas, remorse and youth: How the Government wants longer sentences by straitjacketing the judiciary

    Sentences are not long enough for serious crimes, the Government says, but changing the law so a judge hands down a longer sentence effectively says judges are out of touch and politicians are making it right. Do politicians know better?

    The Government looks set to limit how much a judge can discount a sentence for an offender’s youth, remorse, or late guilty plea – which would all lead to longer sentences.

    That could mean an offender’s age or any remorse they express being “one-off” discounts, which would no longer be available following any subsequent reoffending.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/guilty-pleas-remorse-and-youth-how-the-government-wants-longer-sentences-by-straitjacketing-the-judiciary/YJWOHCBF7RAHRE4GDGZZ7ET5GY/

    Sorry mate but people have to learn that if you offend then you pay the consequences.
    Judges have been well instructed to let em go. Time for a change.

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  4. That last meme is so true…… I’m the one on the left and the Mrs is the one on the right. I’m sure she deliberately leaves the cars in a way that she knows the fuel light will show 2 minutes down the road and send me into a panic fit 😂

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  5. What’s the bet that Plods $80,000 Reward for the successful capture of the darkened criminal, Tom Phillips lapses at midnight tonight, with no sign of Tom and not one of these many “promising leads” that Plod claimed to have had, will eventuate into anything.

    Seems Mr Phillips is again going to see Plod with considerable egg on their combined faces. Possibly, if Plod had not put these trumped up charges on Tom Phillips he would have appeared long before now and the angst shown by Plod and Phillips, odd former wife, would never have been needed.

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    • ha ha

      Can Tom collect the 80 k if he turn himself in ?
      His elusive undercover skills should make him entitled to be decorated Major Tom by now.

      Bet the cops will be like Scotsmen in paying out anything, anyway.

      But
      but
      but
      this barrier
      that barrier

      Good thing it expires.
      They probably had to fund it from speeding car revenue.
      Drink driving, driving 70 in a 100 km/hr zone and holding up 30 cars; doesn’t bring them in any dosh.
      So, car fines it is for the imaginary danger of driving 8 km over the posted limit

      Yes I got one for 103 km/hr in a 100 zone and 54 in a 50 zone
      So dangerous; considering they were on fine dry days in January and March.

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    • PLod already has much egg on its face – recall the Murdered lady in Auckland werte th body was in the boot of their car parked outside, plod not checking until the stench gave it away. Withe Coster the Imposter at the helm no wonder the SS Plod has lost its way.

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  6. Done & Dusted,

    Lemar Brandon Qualls was threatening random women with a firearm when police showed up. He refused to drop the piece. He found out. [Permanently]
    https://twitter.com/i/status/1804935130148151762
    16 secs

    While walking in, to watch for the slightest wrong movement,
    No way do you allow yourself to lose the advantage.

    The news report :–

    35-year-old man shot by officers on Indy’s north side has been identified
    https://youtu.be/i0Siml8dLh8
    1 min 33 secs : May 4, 2024

    …. No officers or other citizens were injured, according to IMPD.

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  7. US guided cluster bombs fragging a bunch of people swimming at the beach does not make good narrative. At the same time they co-ordinated two terror attacks deep inside Russia. It seems the US are attempting to replicate the madness in Israel and create a permanently warring world wide lunatic asylum from which none can escape. Noticed the conscription talking points much? Neoclowns still hold too much power. They need to be exiled to a prison island, like Pitcairn, in leg irons.

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  8. Went to a state high school Library and was shocked at the tranny flags, tranny literature, tranny posters everywhere. Our schools have become feeding ground for pedo’s

    Judith Butler, Foucault, Gayle Reuben, the creators of Queer Theory, ALL advocate for PEDO. No place in schools.

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          • You really do have sweet view of the world O-sen.
            Like my nana did 🙂

            This is severe indoctrination at skewl level
            People replacement?
            Where have you been.
            Depopulation is the agenda, and wiping out whites.
            Whites have been too fkg judgey.
            Even the white kids (over 70% of girls) have been brainwashed into this.
            At the mainly woman run skewling ‘system’

            But they complained when similar was done in Germany 1930s
            Mmmm.
            Who is running it.

            Note Elon Musk blamed skewls on his kid trannying over to the dark side.
            It is true. Their fault.
            Cultural Marxists have taken over all 3 levels of skewling
            -Primary, Secondary, Tertiary.

            Meanwhile hollyweird airheads like Charlie Theron embrace it.
            Your kids going tranny earn social credit points in their sicko world.

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            • ”Depopulation is the agenda, and wiping out whites.”

              Depopulation (at least crashing birthrates) is underway in both East and West.

              First they came for the whites, and I did not speak up for I was not white… (apologies to Pastor Martin Niemöller)

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      • Coz the government is full of homosexual lifestyle types and they think everyone should be like them. Not realising that they are under 1% of people in the country. Would it be fair to say, most people don’t give 2 shits about other peoples sexual proclivity unless you have an unwanted advance by them.

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  9. osen, its mostly a learned behavior hence why they shouldnt be allowed to breed and raise kids, thats also why they shouldnt be allowed in influencial/indoctrinating roles like teaching etc.

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  10. We are fed some serious Bullshit in this country, unfortunately lots of it comes from people who claim to be Maori. And we are told, or led to believe, what they say is Gospel.

    Take for instance this critter: Hirini Moko Mead

    Now Moko is an old Geezer who writes books like “Tikanga Maori, Living By Maori Methods”. But Moko also like to comment on things, particularly on “Mana” where he states in this article regarding how the Courts in New Zealand, are more and more accepting Maori Tikanga before and during Sentencing, “Hirini Moko Mead explains there is a high value placed on mana, and that every person is born with it.”

    Well, if everybody is born with it, then the question arises, particularly in a Legal sense.

    1. What is the legal definition of “Mana”?
    2. How do you measure it?
    3. Where does this “Mana” come form?
    4. If you have “Mana” does the same baby in the cot next to you have exactly the same “Mana” or is it of a different level and how do you define the difference between people?
    5. Do only Maori have this “Mana” at birth or do Chinese, Mongolians, Chileans or Zulu have it, or are they different, particularly if they appear before a Court in New Zealand?

    But then old Moko goes on to say this: “Māori society understands that mana is not equal across everyone.”

    Why not, you ask? If everyone is born with it, then, one must assume, they must have been born equal. So why has this changed? It seems like most of the Bullshit we are fed is flexible, flexible enough to met the narrative for the day and the Courts on New Zealand in particular have been sucked in by this Crap and why are the Courts wasting money and time on this load of Bollocks.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/520434/can-the-courts-measure-mana-how-maori-tikanga-is-challenging-the-justice-system

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    • “What is the legal definition of “Mana”?”
      One must consider the cultural context of “Mana” in Maori culture before one attempts to translate it. Many cultural terms cannot be translated. For example, if your cultural places great importance on the beautiful sound of crickets chirping on summer evenings but in another culture this is regarding as annoying insect noises, it will be very difficult to translate such a term from one culture to another.

      Similarly, the English translation of “mana” may not do the Maori term justice, especially when the original culture does not clearly define what “mana” actually is, to begin with.

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        • That should have come with a warning. Much waffle and no sense like so many other mythical things. I always thought Mana was an island off the Kapiti coast. It’s the only one that can be proven to exist – the rest would appear to be dreamed up adjustable native fantasies that change to suit the occasion.

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      • Instead of holding a talent show called “The X Factor” NZ could hold “The Mana Factor” where maori claiming to hold this elusive status could be voted on or off. Show us what you’ve got!

        Bet there’d be a load of wind bags, loud mouths and pontificating nonsense with very little relevant substance 😜

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        • A good idea WG, but preferably I believe it should be the “Antique Mana Roadshow” where ancient Maori like old Moko, can place a value on the Mana of anyone who rocks up to have their Mana valued.

          You never know, someone whose Great, Great Grandfather who fought with General Cameron at Gate Pa, may have his Mana valued at much higher, by a Kaumatua, like old Moko, than an assistant Missionary who witnessed the hanging of the Reverend Carl Volkner and the subsequent eating of the Rev Volkners’ eyes by Kereopa Te Rau, thereby creating another grievance which could trigger, yet another urgent hearing of the Waitangi Tribunal.

          There are boundless opportunities and the subsequent restoration of Mana by an aggrieved party could be sought or challenged.

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        • “… the 1/64ths are some of the loudest …”

          Maybe their European heritage is coming to the fore.

          The length of their greenstone pendant is inversely proportional to the fraction of Maori blood in their veins.

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    • Old Moko is flat out doing a cover-up of the system of governance which has probably served him & his whanua well. Maori seek control over NZ & democracy will not be the preferred vehicle.

      It is the Maori elite who seek to control & the hoi polloi will have little say. Rather it is intended to carry on as an oligarchy administered by a gerontocracy. The leaders will be distinguished not by education or ability but by lineage & longevity.

      For the purpose of his argument his reasoning is sound. In the absence of intelligence & ability mana will win.

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  11. Julian Assange.
    Just in.
    Lets see how this goes
    About time …if the Yanks don’t welch on the deal, as they are prone to do
    —————-
    – Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, is a free man after five years of imprisonment in the UK.
    -US prosecutors have filed paperwork suggesting an imminent plea deal in which Mr Assange pleads guilty to one count of espionage, ending years of legal proceedings over his extradition to the US from the UK.
    -What’s next? The deal may allow Mr Assange to return home to Australia after taking into account time already served.
    ———

    Assange is scheduled to appear in US federal court in the Mariana Islands, a US commonwealth in the Western Pacific, to plead guilty to an Espionage Act charge of conspiring to unlawfully obtain and disseminate classified national defence information

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  12. He’s been set before the world as a scarecrow example, chained in full view of all. The regime will forever hunt him, following him like bait.

    He is as Hurin, shackled to the cliffs of Angband and given the eyes of Morgoth to view his great crimes. He was freed and wandered Belariand, eventually leading to the unveiling of the hidden Elven kingdom of Gondolin and its destruction. Epic story better even than the Rings trilogy [Silmarillion, Children of Hurin. Tolkien]

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  13. ACT New Zealand
    @actparty
    Promised and delivered: We opened up the official COVID inquiry, with more than 13,000 submissions made by the public. In light of these submissions, Brooke van Velden today announced the inquiry will have a second phase, with new commissioners and an expanded terms of reference. Where appropriate, evidence will be heard in public.

    https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/next-phase-royal-commission-covid-19

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    • From BN’s link:

      …….”the use of vaccines during the pandemic, specifically, mandates, approval processes and safety including the monitoring and reporting of adverse reactions; “…….

      As I read this there’s nowhere for the arseholes of the Podium of Truth & the MOH to hide. There’s got to be a fish hook.

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    • NZDSOS – NZ Doctors Speaking Out With Science
      opdtSrenos1c9mhu07ut2l9a500fuutfu0u6ccgmaht1fal2c04068i7hit0 ·
      Statement from Winston Peters:
      NZ FIRST INVOKES ‘AGREE TO DISAGREE’ ON NEW COVID ROYAL COMMISSION
      New Zealand First’s position from the beginning of discussions, has been to stop the current Royal Commission altogether and start a new, broader, independent, and public inquiry. We have consistently advocated for this position.
      We support the establishment of a ‘second phase’ for the inquiry as it achieves the outcomes we campaigned on. However, we disagree with allowing the current inquiry to simply continue as ‘phase one’ in its current form, the current Chair remaining in place, and the further extension of its report back period.
      We believe that ‘phase one’ of the Royal Commission is simply a continuation of the current inquiry, which is far too narrow in scope and remains compromised by the current Chair’s direct involvement with the previous government’s administration and direct planning of the Covid pandemic response.
      New Zealand First campaigned on the fact that the current Royal Commission was nothing more than a Labour Party political tool, being used to craft a message through its lack of scope and lack of suitability of the commissioners.
      We believe the public perception of bias of the current Chair represents a reputational risk for ‘phase one’ of the inquiry.
      New Zealand must have an independent and robust ‘lessons learned’ report that can be used for any future pandemic response for our country.
      New Zealand First respects Cabinet’s decision to invoke the ‘agree to disagree’ provisions in the coalition agreement.

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        • yeah but problem is he gets pissy when he gets cancelled or others attempt to cancel him.

          its a catch 22 situation really, you cant oppose cancel culture when it happens to you then engage in it yourself.

          good on him tho for stopping sexual weirdos performing for kids… even if it did require the use of a sortve thugs veto and cancel culture

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          • When I first read Catch 22 it was an eye opener. It was like someone had opened me up & knew my inner thoughts:

            “You have no respect for excessive authority or obsolete traditions. You’re dangerous and depraved, and you ought to be taken outside and shot!”

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    • Sooty, you are not wrong, in another life, I was involved with managing the painting of his 107m Norwegian, Kleven built vessel “Ulysses” now renamed “Andromeda” when it was built. Now that was a beautiful Expedition vessel. This current thing of his, is an abomination and just plain ugly.. I still have all the plans for “Ulysses” / “Andromeda”. The cost of the two pack paint alone, would have sent a rich man, broke and that was without preparing the hull and superstructure or applying the paint and finishing.

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  14. A parliamentary select committee has recommended the Māori wards bill go ahead amid strong opposition from its Labour members who say it will be intentionally harmful to Māori, breach the Treaty of Waitangi and lead to an system that is “structurally racist”.

    The coalition Government’s Māori wards bill would revert the law back to the old rules for establishing the wards and require a binding referendum on wards that were established since 2020 without a referendum.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/maori-wards-bill-parliament-select-committee-says-law-change-should-go-ahead/ZWT33277KVAW7DYWGI2NK2RRYI/

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  15. Deadly Blaze Rips Through US-Sanctioned Moscow Electronics Research Building

    In Moscow, the Platan research institute, which is affiliated with the Russian Armed Forces, was set on fire. Some of the things this facility is known to be producing are components for nuclear weapons, as well as electronic warfare and air defense systems.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/deadly-blaze-rips-through-us-sanctioned-moscow-electronics-research-building

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  16. The coalition government has scrapped efforts to modernise New Zealand’s out-of-date online safety rules, despite qualified support for change from social media and tech giants.

    The aim of the Safer Online Services and Media Platforms project, led by the Department of Internal Affairs, was to develop a new framework to regulate what can be published on online platforms and other forms of media (such as news) in New Zealand.

    It addressed the sharing of harmful online content such as child sexual exploitation, age-inappropriate material, bullying and harassment, the promotion of self-harm, and so on. It also aimed to generally improve the regulation of online services and media platforms.

    Announcing a halt to the project in May, Internal Affairs Minister Brooke van Velden argued that illegal content was already being policed, and the concepts of “harm” and “emotional wellbeing” were subjective and open to interpretation. She also said it was a matter of free speech.
    Big tech companies were open to online safety regulation – why did NZ’s government scrap the idea?
    https://www.interest.co.nz/technology/128413/big-tech-companies-were-open-online-safety-regulation-%E2%80%93-why-did-nz%E2%80%99s-government

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  17. Thw Nats have no idea.
    According to them its house prices that are the problem,
    Well no failure to save is the p[problem , failure to understand money is the problem , failure to earn enough is the problem and like govt. people waste 20% of what they earn on frivolous and nice to do and have. Lack of a clear goal.

    Prime Minister Christopher Luxon wasn’t willing to say he wanted average house prices to fall in real terms, when asked at a press conference on Monday.

    Last week, Housing Minister Chris Bishop told reporters average house prices were too expensive and needed to fall to improve affordability.

    “We want housing to be more affordable for New Zealanders. That is a major work stream for this government — average house prices in NZ are too expensive,” he said.

    “The flipside of house prices falling for people who own homes, is that they become more affordable for people who don’t own homes”.

    Luxon was not willing to go this far, when asked by Interest.co.nz on Monday, and only said he wanted to see “downward pressure” on purchase and rental prices.

    When the Coalition has previously referred to “downward pressure” on rental prices it has meant slower-than-otherwise increases.

    Luxon went on to say the Government was working to increase the supply of four components of the housing market: owner-occupied, rentals, social housing, and emergency housing.

    But when asked if that would mean lower prices, he repeated that he wanted “lasting downward pressure on house prices”.

    “I’d love to see a combination where New Zealanders were able to access cheaper housing, more affordable housing, and have higher incomes, so that we could actually increase the number of Kiwis having homeownership”.

    The Prime Minister’s careful choice of words may be intended to avoid the backlash that hit Metiria Turei, then Green Party co-leader, in 2016 when she called for lower house prices.

    Her political ally, Labour leader Andrew Little, called her “irresponsible” and then-Prime Minister John Key described similar comments by economists as being “crazy”.

    Chris-cross

    On Tuesday, the Housing Minister said the whole Cabinet was behind his push for affordable housing — including the possibility of further decreases in real selling prices.

    “We need to make housing more affordable, that means house prices falling, and it also means average incomes rising, as well,” Bishop said.

    The long term goal was to get house prices back to between three and five times the average household median income. High housing costs were keeping young New Zealanders out of ownership and imposing “enormous fiscal costs” on the Government.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/128405/prime-minister-christopher-luxon-wants-downward-pressure-house-prices-not

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    • house prices are part of the problem, lowering them wont do much as lending and interest rates will hinder house buyers leaving the big boys to snap them up.

      also if the market is in continual decline then banks will require higher equity putting housing further out of reach.

      same how the parrot used to bleat on we need a massive crash, nope wont help either as only the cashed up could buy and anyone else will either have no job or unable to lend.

      i honestly dont know how you can fix it but i do know any govt tinkering will just make it worse.

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    • Christine Luxon –
      “I’d love to see a combination where New Zealanders were able to access cheaper housing, more affordable housing, and have higher incomes, so that we could actually increase the number of Kiwis having homeownership”.
      ——————————————–
      What a complete bimbo !! 😁

      Chrissy, YOU are the PM
      Start making solutions, Duh.
      Stand up or stand aside.
      You have been tagged — you are IT .

      We had Johnny Ki rabbiting on about closing the gaps to AU
      The big gap was created by Bolger’s notional mob
      Making house building lengthy and expensive with RMA shit
      Made no positive difference 20 years later when CHC houses fell in the earthquakes.
      Even new builds.
      The 2016 Kaikoura quake- it was the new builds like Stats building that fell .
      Lots of red tape and jobsworth jockeys adding no value what ever.

      Bolger also introduced the ability to make leaky homes which also caused billions of dollars of loss and stress in peoples’ lives. Untreated timber.
      Treat the stuff. Tell bureaucrats to F. Off
      They know less than nothing.
      BRANZ is influenced by Fletchers and they are a near monopolistic cancer that is so badly run that even with oligarch power they are still financially on their knees so often.

      Having a laugh with a mate last weekend that 20 years ago Akl regional council ran a series of adverts that air pollution in Auckland – population about 1 million then- killed 4000 people a year.
      Bureaucrats are usually less than zero.
      This is where you need to fire them.
      with decent incomes; unlike public service 70 years ago; they should NOT have tenure or security when they fk up- which is often.

      Notional has done nothing much in 8 months.
      Kicked a lot of cans down the road..
      What is Chrissy doing to increase income when he/she dumps hundreds of thousands of low skilled on our land.
      Deliberately depressing wage bargaining.

      When will someone show some balls and completely overall local Government.
      LG is heading down the crapper at 160 km/hr with no cops in sight to stop it
      Most places are looking at min cumulative 50% rates rise in next 3 to 5 years.
      This will affect renters as well as home owners.

      We have so much land and yet is is expensive.
      My house in central Auckland is 80% by value in land ;supply and demand.
      A friend in Levin in a nicer house less than half the price and has 30% of the value in land.
      Akl is out of whack!

      The banks are essentially -95% – Australian-owned.
      they are here for profit
      The are not a social welfare outfit.
      They are not on borrowers side.
      When ANZ gave and got huge kudos for donating one million dollars to CHC in the first earthquake, it was 0.1% of profit that year.

      The FIX requires some serious thinking
      B Bursary luxon is not up to it.
      None of that has happened in decades.
      When the finance Minister has a degree in English clit and churnalism you do not have a good start.

      Sadly as well the economists on tap are usually complete frauds – Gareth Morgan; Ganesh Nana- bread; Shabby Eaqub; Adrain Orr; Rob Campbell(word) soup.
      You see the problem here !!

      Hollow words from Christine luxon
      Pathetic
      Lack of leadership
      This is reflected in his/her rating as PM
      Talking about wishes like a 4 year old is pathetic.
      Is Chrissy going to write to Santa C/- North Pole to fix these things?

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  18. As i predicted.
    The Nats weak as piss attitude to criminals.
    Three Strikes 2.0: Why the Government has watered down the hardline policy to make it a shadow of its former self

    Ministry of Justice officials have convinced the Government to curb the most excessive aspects of Three Strikes 2.0 so it won’t capture low-level crime, while handing judges enough discretion to make the policy’s harshest components redundant.

    The original law put a serious straitjacket on judicial discretion by requiring judges to impose certain sentences for specific offences regardless of the severity of the offending: a first strike led to a normal sentence and a warning, a second strike led to a normal sentence but no parole, and a third one led to the maximum sentence with no parole.

    Judges could allow for parole at strike three (and strike two for murder) under the “manifestly unjust” clause, but still had to impose the maximum sentence for the crime. The Court of Appeal later ruled that judges could use the clause to allow for parole at strike two as well, even though there was no specific wording in the law enabling this.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/three-strikes-20-why-the-government-has-watered-down-the-hardline-policy-to-make-it-a-shadow-of-its-former-self/AUSJ34RFQNCC7KTYE4SFGNKEXA/

    In a regulatory impact statement (RIS), Ministry of Justice officials said allowing judges greater use of the “manifestly unjust” clause would “make the regime more coherent and give a ‘safety valve’ for dealing with outlier cases [for example, severe mental health issues, disability, a minor role where the offending was part of a group activity] at each stage of the process”; Fitzgerald, for example, suffered from schizophrenia.

    “It may also lessen the disproportionate impact on Māori through increasing judicial discretion to consider individual circumstances.”

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      • Paul Goldsmith
        Weaker than dishwater.
        ha ha
        fire someone ?

        Not going to happen
        Goldy is a jobsworth
        with an MA in history
        Limited use in the real world.

        Goldy worked for the Waitangi tribunal in early years.
        Then in parliament for –
        -John ‘Cabbage boat’ Banks
        -Soimon Upton (the RMA traitor)
        – Phail Goff

        Goldsmith was involved in the controversy of writing the paid for ‘biography’ on Don Brash before the 2005 election.

        water is wet
        Goldsmith is wetter!

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