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  1. David Seymour has opened a can of worms on FB. Great roundup on the person from South Auckland who didnt self isolate. The comments section and vitriol against Ardern is staggering. I think the worm is finally starting to turn against the lying PM.

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  2. For all the Journalists and people out there that say it is wrong to call Jacinda Ardern our Prime Minister and Ashley Bloomfield liars you have very short memories and you only have to go back to last year and the PPE debacle to understand Bloomfield and Ardern lied their arses off saying they had plenty of gear for those on the front line but when push came to shove it was no where to be found and took a group of wealthy New Zealander’s to put together a plan to get more into the Country. So for these people to go out and use their power and lies about a 21 year old saying they informed her 15 odd times could be lies exactly the same as when they coninuallylied about how much PPE gear they had.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/jacinda-ardern-ashley-bloomfield-push-back-on-covid-19-kfc-worker-case-l-s-miscommunication-claims.html

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  3. Now this is interesting, translated from the original German:

    According to Reiner Fuellmich, all the frauds committed by German companies are derisory compared to the damage that the Covid-19 crisis has caused and continues to cause. This Covid-19 crisis should be renamed the “Covid-19 Scandal” and all those responsible should be prosecuted for civil damages due to manipulations and falsified test protocols. Therefore, an international network of business lawyers will plead the biggest tort case of all time, the Covid-19 fraud scandal, which has meanwhile turned into the biggest crime against humanity ever committed.

    https://sciprint.blogspot.com/2021/02/the-greatest-nuremberg-of-all-time-is.html?m=1

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  4. And from “American Thinker” a new article about NZ:

    “Mass insanity appears to have gripped nearly the entire nation of New Zealand, which has placed its largest city, Auckland, under its fourth lockdown requiring people to stay indoors at home (AKA “house arrest”), this time because one case of COVID was discovered (a second case followed after the lockdown was announced). The nation’s leader, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, is blaming the victim for presumed rule-breaking, on the theory that the spread of a virus can be completely prevented if only people obey their leaders who are imposing radical confinement rules on them.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/03/new_zealand_debates_punishing_rulebreakers_who_get_covid.html

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    • Oh so good to read. Thanks for posting Alice.

      While I can’t claim deep expertise on the New Zealand national psyche, I did do some consulting work there long ago, and I got a strong sense of the mentality common in an island nation, about 1,300 miles from the nearest continent, where everyone seems to know each other, and all have a sense of being set apart from the rest of the world. New “Zealanders call themselves “kiwis” after the flightless bird native to the islands, and they do seem to see themselves as completely different from everyone else, especially Australians, their closest Anglophone neighbors, whose 25 million population seems giant compared to their small nation.”

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      • I wonder if “the New Zealand national psyche” is a homogenous thing?
        Do people who self-identify as Maori have a “New Zealand national psyche”?
        Among immigrants, how does their “New Zealand national psyche” vary among races?

        (My Indian friend’s ex-wife does not posses a “New Zealand national psyche,” having sent back to the old country for a wife for her stay-at-home 26-year-old son…)

        Personally, I share my “New Zealand national psyche” alongside my “Japanese national psyche” and the contrast between them allows me to see both in greater detail. You can’t understand “good” until you experience “bad.”

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    • Thank you for posting that excellent article, Alice. For me, I think the most important takeaway from it was to see your country through the eyes of a foreigner who has had some experience of living and working here.

      Race relations in New Zealand are not as idyllic as the scenery there suggests. When I was working in Auckland, my client’s personnel advised me to stay off the streets after dark because roving gangs were attacking Caucasians at the time.

      Keep in mind that COVID has a survival rate in the high range of 99%, with only the elderly and those with co-morbidities seriously at risk. Putting an entire city or nation in virtual imprisonment in the futile hope of arresting a virus seems like madness to me, and yet so terrified of the virus are the kiwis that the two major parties outdo each other in advocating punitive lockdown measures.

      I’ve traveled quite a bit and I’ve always tried to be mindful that I’m seeing a new country through a foreigner’s eyes. So this article is stunning in that the writer clearly thinks we have literally gone mad in New Zealand. Like many of the YSB commenters here, I too think we have gone mad and it’s refreshing to have this viewpoint at least partially validated by someone from another country.

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  5. So the left continue with thier cancel culture.
    I’m left wondering if Mahuta will cancel this council as well.

    Hutt City Mayor Campbell Barry and eight colleagues call for resignation of fellow councillor, having ‘completely lost confidence’
    A Hutt City councillor found in “material and serious” breach of standards has been sent a letter signed by nine others around the council table calling for his resignation.

    “We have completely lost confidence in you as a Hutt City councillor, and ask that you resign from your role as a Hutt City councillor immediately,” the letter, obtained by Stuff, sent to councillor Chris Milne said on February 24.

    Responding on Tuesday, Milne said he would not resign.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/124401460/hutt-city-mayor-campbell-barry-and-eight-colleagues-call-for-resignation-of-fellow-councillor-having-completely-lost-confidence

    I will continue to suggest that theLaw around council is a crock. That certainly is the problem in Tauranga. Oh and women CEO’s who think they should be treated like fairy Princesses in the big wide world.

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    • This goes for any form of governance in NZ… Stop your fucking fighting, backstabbing, personal agendas and just do the fucking job youve been elected to do! Responsibly use tax/ratepayers monies to the benefit of the public and have a functioning town/country.

      Both centrsl and local govts need a bloody good cleanout.

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      • There is too much “governance” at national and local level to the point where minor matters are being dissected, pondered upon, considered by Iwi, opinionated on by media instead of enabling those who think to just get on with it. There are too many waiting for answers to questions that should not have been asked. Just getting on with it is the answer.

        We need to encourage the thinkers and the doers. Reduce the “governance” well back to essential (which means not much) and return this country to where it once was. Productive and proud to be so.

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        • If unproductive jobs were cut from government, the unemployment rate would soar! Maybe the huge state servant workforce is a form of wealth redistribution to enable hopeless box-tickers and jobsworthies to remain employed.
          Of course, the drones will tend to vote for the party who created their jobs, so it is a form of political interference. Who would vote for a party who would take their job away from them?

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        • Pete,
          I hear what you are saying.
          Governance and management are two different things
          In NZ ,
          Growth of public servants and their powers has occurred to the stage where governance has been swamped.
          Managers are managing virtually everything ,leaving the elected politicians little influence apart from kissing babies and creating public amusement. This includes local government .
          As we all know many electeds have come from the bureaucracy they are allegedly directing.
          If they are not elected they return to the parliamentary or bureaucratic job they came from ,to a job that may have even more power and influence.
          This is totally undemocratic.

          MMP is their perfect system with jobs and influence for life.

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  6. “Two of Hans Rosling’s former colleagues at Karolinska Instituet, professor Anna-Mia Ekström and professor Stefan Swartling Peterson, have gone through the data from UNICEF and UNAIDS, and come to the conclusion that least as many people have died as a result of the restrictions to fight covid as have died of covid directly.”

    “Lockdowns are inherently racist and elitist, with unclear benefits but proven harms. We all need to stand up and tell our governments that we don’t support what they are doing, and we will not vote for any politician or party promoting continued lockdowns and restrictions as a solution to covid-19, unless they can clearly show that that benefit to society as a whole is greater than the harm.”
    https://sebastianrushworth.com/2021/03/01/lockdowns-have-killed-millions/

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    • “…we will not vote for any politician or party promoting continued lockdowns and restrictions as a solution to covid-19…”

      Who to vote for in this country?
      Does ACT promote continued lockdowns and restrictions as a solution to covid-19?

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  7. For the first time ever career dole bludgers in south auckland who think they may get covid will be rushing out to get jobs lol
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/124410258/national-calls-for-generous-selfisolation-leave-scheme-paid-straight-to-workers

    Nice try nats but this shit still should not be happening, how about trying the enoughs enough aproach and push for opening the country and zero restrictions. Bet theyd get more support then they do now with their retarded proposals

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  8. Friend of mine works for a multi national oil company here in NZ. Yesterday all staff received a covid vaccine shot.
    Friend has just sent me a message, one of the staff who was jabbed has since been admitted to ChCh hospital.
    Will keep you updated.

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  9. 31 reasons not to take a China Flu vaccine
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/31-reasons-why-i-wont-take-a-covid-vaccine

    Here are some of them

    1. It’s not a vaccine. A vaccine by definition provides immunity to a disease. This does not provide immunity to anything. In a best-case scenario, it merely reduces the chance of getting a severe case of a virus if one catches it. Hence, it is a medical treatment, not a vaccine. I do not want to take a medical treatment for an illness I do not have.

    9. The executives and board members at Pfizer are on record that they have not taken their own treatment, despite all the fanfare and assurances. They are claiming that they would consider it unfair to “cut the line”. This is a preposterous excuse, and it takes an unbelievable amount of chutzpah to even say such a thing. Such a “line” is a figment of their own imagination; if they hogged a couple of injections for themselves no one would cry foul. In addition, billionaires with private jets and private islands are not known for waiting in line until hundreds of millions of peasants all over the world go first to receive anything these billionaires want for themselves.

    11. Three facts that must be put together:

    Bill Gates is touting these vaccines as essential to the survival of the human race.

    Bill Gates believes the world has too many people and needs to be “depopulated”.

    Bill Gates, perhaps the richest man in the world, has also not been injected. No rush.

    Uh, no. I’ll pass on any medical treatments he wants me to take.

    16. This is the greatest medical experiment in the history of the human race.

    17. It is purposely not being portrayed as the greatest medical experiment in the history of the human race, and the fact that it is a medical experiment at all is being severely downplayed.

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  10. Was it much easier for a family to be “middle class” in this country a generation ago?
    How would you define “middle class”?
    Is NZ moving towards becoming a society of haves and have-nots?

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    • There were 40,000 people or so living in cars up to Sept 23 2017.
      These disappeared overnight with a kind and caring government (sic)

      Therefore there has been a massive improvement in the standard of living.
      Not even those pesky germans living in cars and calling it freedom camping.

      I challenge you to find an article in NZ media about people living in cars in the last 12 months.
      I also challenge you to find a day in the year before before 23 Sept 2017 when this was not trumpeted by local media

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    • They have a completely fuckwit council so I would say they are not out of the woods yet.

      Sad to see.
      The NP council was very advanced in its thinking back in the 1990s. They had income down to 50% via rates.
      They were aiming to further lower that.
      In other words, gain revenue from the people that directly used the services rather than merely based on the value of the house.
      How things have changed.

      Eg if you have a family of seven further out of the city and an elderly couple in a house that has been in the family for 80 years that was close to the city back in the day;
      then the family using the most services is the one with seven people.
      Subsidised bus, library, playgrounds, parking etc.
      The couple in the inner city will consume far less resources but pay far higher rates.
      The cost per capita is way out of skew.
      It really is a case of taxation without representation.

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      • In the old days the town clerk had his finger on the pulse, then pretty boys and girls got elected into council and they hired a wanker as CEO of the council, and they ruined it by sellng their power station, bought farms in aussie! Even been elected to council is a lifestyle choice and they get paid a full wage, instead of been given a few dollars to cover costs!
        Might as well have just pissed it over a lemon tree, because they are tits!

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        • Correct.
          It went well.
          Then Marry Palmer changed it in 1989.
          One of his many messes delivered to NZ.

          Prior, the Town Clerk kept a tight rein.
          When you admire what was achieved with Newmarke twith 5000 ratepayers it shows what can be accomplished.
          Now you will never get a Broadway Newmarket shopping area.
          Who wants to go to 30 km/hr cone city just below K Road. ?

          The council in Akl were smaller so people would mention issues to the Mayor’s wife at the shops (true, Frank Ryan’s wife, in Mt Albert ) and she would nag hubby if it was serious enough.
          A problem with parks – the crew would head out after morning tea and fix it.
          a stitch in time and all that.

          They were close enough that they would get a bollocking in the street or at a sports game if things were wrong.
          Now it is is remote and if you bollocked out these wooses, girly men, dykes and whatever-they-are they would have a sook and call the poolice today.
          That is why they are getting away with so much crap .

          Wankers.

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  11. Police in Auckland have closed down a crack den that was so busy, customers had to form 2 queues.

    They were actually aware of the drug dealing for years, but the matter became urgent when they realised people in the queues were only 1.5m apart.

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  12. In Auckland cosmetic surgery clinics, nail bars, beauty salons, hair stylists, waxing centres & tanning booths have all closed again due to yet another lockdown.

    You’ve got to have sympathy for the men, it’s about to get ugly out there.

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  13. Tourism minister Nash arrives at West Coast meeting with empty pockets. Poor old WC shat on again by Labour.

    Coronavirus: West Coast businesses told Govt ‘cannot save every single business’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/03/coronavirus-west-coast-businesses-told-govt-cannot-save-every-single-business.html

    Franz Josef and Fox Glacier communities have been told that the Government can’t save every business that’s struggling during the pandemic.

    A week ago the two communities sent Tourism Minister Stuart Nash a $35 million wishlist of what they need to survive. This week he visited Franz Josef with Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor but didn’t make any promises.

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  14. Talking of Nash, Allan and the fat father from Rotorua.

    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/263398-all-options-on-table-whakatane-mill.html

    Over the weekend, Allan, Minister for Forestry, and Economic and Regional Development Stuart Nash, and Labour MP Tamati Coffey, met with mill leaders to see if anything could be done to save the struggling business.

    Yesterday, Allan met with the workers and their unions, E Tu and First Union.

    comments;

    Extra holidays and leave

    Posted on 03-03-2021 08:14 | By Johnney

    So the government introduce mor vote catching leave entitlements and a public holiday then wonder why some businesses close up. They haven’t got a clue regarding fallout of their decision making.

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  15. Sadly the Pharmac review won’t pay for lifesaving drugs for all but the PRESSURE is on Cindy. H2 has been given a place on the committee to make sure Labour aren’t tarnished by the review findings.

    Spinal Muscular Atrophy sufferer frustrated Pharmac’s budget not up for scrutiny in review
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/spinal-muscular-atrophy-sufferer-frustrated-pharmac-s-budget-not-up-for-scrutiny-in-review.html

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          • Back in the late 1980s in Japan, imported cars were luxury cars (mostly), such as the German, Italian, American and English brands. Since Japanese know that foreigners drive on the right-hand side of the road and their cars have the steering wheels on the left, pretty much every imported non-Japanese car was left-hand drive.
            All the Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Mini Coopers and Jaguars were also left-hand drive (because they were imported!).
            A wealthy friend of mine who was a practical man, decided to buy a Mercedes, but he wanted a right-hand drive one because it would make driving in Japan so much easier. This was in the days before automatic toll road payments, so it was a real chore for him to get out of the car to pay the toll man or to collect the toll ticket from the machine.
            He had one hell of a struggle to get the Mercedes dealer to import a right-hand drive Mercedes. Something about it “damaging the prestigious important aura” of the brand or some other BS.
            Eventually he succeeded.
            Later, he had a lot of trouble with the electrics and the air conditioning. He swore to me that he would never buy non-Japanese again.

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            • Spot on. We don’t realise just how good Japanese vehicles are until we have to drive something else. They’ve done the impossible by outsourcing manufacturing & assembly to developing countries while retaining a high standard of quality control. My last two (defect free) Land Cruiser 70s have come from Thailand.

              But South Korea aren’t far behind & catching up fast.

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              • Tiger Woods recently did a demonstration of the safety of a 2021 Hyundai Genesis GV80 in a live fire exercise.

                Report just in:
                ‘Confusion exists as to whether Woods thought the Genesis GV80 was a self drive and he could just take a kip while it took him to his destination.

                Hyundai says this is not a self drive vehicle and all drivers should stay awake at the wheel if they want to get to their destination intact. ‘

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        • Subaru is not really Japanese

          They stole Matariki from the Maori and called it Subaru
          The Maori have had this name, like, forever.

          So much stolen from the Maori.
          Goddamn whities and now the bloody Asians.

          I think Subaru should :-
          -pay compensation including $150 million up front as good will before negotiations begin (precedent at Ngapuhi, 2021)
          -Rebadge Subaru cars as Matariki (well the logo can remain the same, just the Name)
          -Pay 50% of all or profits each year or NZD50 million whichever is the greater to Maori
          – New Matariki Forrester each year to the Village chiefs and their family. Includes cousies so about 50,000 new cars each year.

          If the Japanese think that is unreasonable they might want to ask what we have been putting up with for the last 50 years; driven by self loathing whities like Vatican homo Finlayson

          Comply or the Taniwha will rain down on Matariki/Subaru

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        • O-Sen
          You cannot be a major shareholder with 20%
          That would require in excess of 50%

          20% could be cornerstone, significant, dominant (over a lot of small distributed shareholdings) , but not major.

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            • 50+% to be majority.
              Could be 50.001 or 50.1 or 51 %
              Eg NZ Govt have 51-52% in Air NZ. ergo Majority.

              Some people go into arrangements where they have 49% against 51% by the other party. They do not realise that 49% means nothing and they are effectively an interest free lender at the goodwill of the 51% holder.
              Many tears over the years from that.

              Back in the 1980s Equiticorp used to hold cornerstone or significant holdings of only 20% that allowed them to control the subsidiary because of disparate other shareholdings spread far and wide.

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  16. There is a brilliant article by Rodney Hide (behind the paywall of course) in todays Horrid. Basically it say’s why there should be a royal commission in to the governments handling of covid 19 and goes on to explain why it won’t happen. Cindy wouldn’t want too many people reading this one, it’s scathing.

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    • It’s by Richard Prebble and is a very good opinion piece which I recommend everyone reads. I’ve pasted it below for those who don’t want a subscription to the usual drivel they masquerade as journalism.

      New Zealand co-sponsored the resolution for the World Health Organisation to hold an international inquiry into the origins of Covid-19 and the response. Our Prime Minister explained “I think everyone would be of the view that if we want to prevent this from happening again, we do need to learn lessons”.

      Another lockdown shows New Zealand has lessons to learn. We need our own inquiry.

      This newspaper called for a Royal Commission nine months ago. “Terms of reference need to be broad enough to provide useful recommendations to this generation and the next. If this has been a one-in-100-year event, its report needs to inform the next century.”

      National claims the Government in its first year set up 206 inquiries and working groups. Chris Hipkins says the real number is 41 inquiries. Whatever the number, this Government has never seen an issue it did not want to hold an inquiry into.

      The Herald set out issues for a Royal Commission. The country’s pandemic plan was so “fatally flawed” it had to be abandoned. “In late March, stockpiles of tests were down to only six days’ supply. Our contract-tracing capacity was limited and able to manage only 10 cases simultaneously”. “New Zealand was ill-prepared. It was only by good fortune…- that we avoided the fates of Milan, New York or London.”

      We can now add more issues. The critical shortage of PPE equipment. New Zealand was the 63rd country to close its borders.

      The forecast of 3.32 million Covid-19 cases by July last year was wildly inaccurate.

      Opposition MPs in an election year were placed under what was effectively house arrest.

      The High Court has ruled the first lockdown was illegal. What was Crown Law’s advice?

      Why was technology not used like in the UK to keep Parliament open? The Opposition was co-operating. If Parliament had been open legislation could have authorised the lockdown.

      Why were butcher’s shops and greengrocers closed but supermarkets remained open?

      Why did the Cabinet override officials and close down low-risk occupations like construction?

      Are researchers correct in claiming because of hospitals closing down and deferring appointments and operations the lockdowns over time will kill more people than they have saved?

      How is it that Taiwan with a population of 23 million has had fewer Covid cases and not one lockdown or school closure? Why can Taiwan track community transmissions in a few hours?

      Why does the Government still not know the origin of the present outbreak?

      The Prime Minister is placing the blame for the present lockdown on a 21-year-old. He got tested at his initiative. Would an inquiry find that as a known contact of a positive case contact-tracing should have ensured he was tested 10 days ago? Is the Government also to blame for the lockdown?

      Then we have the quarantine. Is it sensible to lock up travellers for 14 days from countries that have no Covid?

      The most serious long-term issue is the admission by the Prime Minister that the Government adopted eradication because our hospitals are so poorly equipped the health system would be overwhelmed.

      When media revealed that border workers were not being tested the Government’s reaction was to hold an inquiry.

      The Government appointed a safe pair of hands, Heather Simpson, Helen Clark’s former Chief of Staff, and Sir Brian Roche the Government’s go-to man.

      The Simson-Roche report is a damming account of Government incompetence. Read the report. It is on the Internet. Google Simpson-Roche Report. It is just 30 pages long.

      The border was left wide open. The Covid testing plan was written by a veterinary epidemiologist. Quarantine lapses were visible from a visit to Auckland Airport.

      The Government’s response was unco-ordinated. The Ministry of Health knows nothing about the economic effects of its decisions but will not take advice. The cabinet set up an all of government response committee. The Ministry of Health failed to attend.

      The report is careful not to criticise any minister. Any reader is left asking what ministers were doing.

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  17. The gutless PM is currently throwing Chippy under the bus as he attempts to explain her lies.

    When she did not front for her party political broadcast at 1pm I knew she was in trouble. Last seen lifting her skirt and running to the hills.

    What a loathsome creature.

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  18. I’ve never heard of PornHub but I’ve made love to THREE different woman (one English, one Swedish and a Kiwi) on the beach at night at Ao Pra Nang, Krabi, Thailand.

    HIGH FIVE!!!

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  19. Cindy knows where we live, she has my phone number but is no longer available to answer difficult questions. I wonder if he still votes Labour?

    ‘You don’t return text or calls’: Patient advocate says his friend Jacinda Ardern has stopped talking to him
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/you-don-t-return-text-or-calls-patient-advocate-says-his-friend-jacinda-ardern-has-stopped-talking-to-him.html

    An advocate for increasing Pharmac’s budget says he’s long been a personal friend of the Prime Minister, but she no longer replies to his calls or texts.

    Malcolm Mulholland, chair of Patient Voice Aotearoa, says all he wants is half-an-hour with Jacinda Ardern so he can explain why the drug-buying agency’s budget needs to be dramatically expanded, and hear her explanation why it won’t be.

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    • There’s a F..ing surprise !!

      Ghosted like Megan Sparkles does when people are no longer of use to them.

      Sparkles and Shiny-arse Ardern
      Each:-

      ‘Modern wimin’ Around 40 years of age – Check
      Woke – Check
      Played up bigtime about being pregnant- check
      Me me me -check
      Cause trouble then run away to let others tidy up –check
      Can’t pass bad news onto people so use others to take the hit – check
      ghost people who no longer serve a purpose -check
      Love appearing in magazines and MSM – check
      me me me again – check

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      • Howitis@1644

        This description Of Narcissistic Personality Disorder might be of interest; It seems to describe Dear Leader quite well…

        People with narcissism exhibit characteristics such as these:

        they have a huge sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior no matter what they have done)
        they are arrogant, and dismissive of others
        they constantly talk about how they will get unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or perfect love.
        they believes that he or she is “special” and unique and should associate with, other special or high-status people.
        they need constant and excessive admiration
        they have a strong sense of entitlement, e.g., unreasonable expectations of especially favourable treatment
        they take advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends
        they do not care about or identify with the feelings and needs of others
        they are often envious of others or believes that others are envious of them
        they do not handle criticism well.

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  20. So following on from the other day when the topic arose of Comrade Horse Face asking New Zealanders to snitch on “transgressors” here is the consequence:

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-narking-causing-stress-anxiety-for-small-business-owners-trying-to-stay-afloat/ATFJMKNKB6BFEEFOPS52EXB6WE/

    Businesses placed under further stress and irreparable damage to our social fabric; all in the name of the cult of Covid.

    Can an OIA request be placed to seek the names of the 105 snitches who have taken it upon themselves to encroach upon the lives of fellow New Zealanders?

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  21. Another headline seeker. Ya got laugh though, standing there in white mans clothing and a hideously tattooed face. I kinda feel sorry for it. All that angst bottled up inside, bitter and twisted.

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  22. I smell a rat. A BIG one.

    It is now apparent that lockdowns DON’T stop the spread of coronavirus. We have seen this all over the globe.

    There are only 2 places where lockdowns do APPEAR to have worked:

    1) Taiwan
    2) New Zealand

    Taiwan locked down extremely quickly after it became apparent to them that another Asian-virus was on the loose so they executed swiftly a pre-determined pandemic plan. This appears to have worked.

    New Zealand did NOT lockdown early. Mrs Ed locked down late and reluctantly. But it didn’t matter anyway because we had Chinese workers flying straight from Wuhan to Auckland to work in occupations which included rest homes and retirement villages.

    So why was NZ ‘covid-free’? I suggest that we were NOT covid-free. I suggest that Jacinda and that fucking crooked GP Ashley Bloomfield have conspired to cover up the covid, both in ‘cases’ and ‘deaths’ in order to pad their respective CV’s for future jobs in the UN (Secretary General) and the WHO (Director General).

    We know of an actual conspiracy between those two rissoles – both Mrs Ed and that crook Bloomfield conspired to cover up the lack of PPE amongst front-line workers and got busted by the Auditor-General for their LIES (this Report was ignored up by the MSM).

    This would explain why the more contagious varieties of COVID are not spreading widely – existing herd immunity.

    I wonder what Hercule Poirot would think?

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  23. A poll was done in the States asking:
    How do you feel about Gov. Abbott’s decision to end the statewide mask mandate?

    73% agree, 27%(Karens) disagree

    Poster asked:
    Who else thinks this is the same percentage Trump won the election by? Good question.

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  24. Mike Hosking 3/3/21

    “Ardern runs the risk now of looking like a bully. So, which is it? Are we being kind? Or are we picking fights?”

    “The game she is now playing involves her dividing and conquering. She’s pitting the South Auckland families against the rest of us, figuring we’ll side with her because we are all over being locked down. And instead of border ineptness or lack of testing, we have a family to blame”

    “Not forgetting, of course, the start of all this most likely involved a mum at a border job that wasn’t tested because she wasn’t at work the day the once in 14-day tests were done. That still squarely sits with the government.”

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/mike-hosking-breakfast/video/mikes-minute-are-we-being-kind-or-not/

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    • Shit I could almost feel sorry for Fishboy if he’s brave enough to venture home tonight. That nanny’s scratcher must be looking mighty fine right about now. Probably want to do the lawn round as well.

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  25. Heather Du Plessis-Allan Drive – 1/3/21

    “Let’s stop being grateful for lockdowns. They’re not a sign of success. They’re a sign that things are getting too hard for the Government to handle.”

    “NSW is actively trying to avoid lockdowns… They lock down suburbs and hotspot areas, so if there’s a flare-up in the Northern Beaches, the restrictions are limited to the area, not the entire state, or even the entire city. Compare that to NZ, where Invercargill is in level 2 right now.”

    “We’ve talked about Taiwan ad nauseum. Not a single lockdown there, and only nine deaths. By comparison we’ve had 26 deaths & several lockdowns.”

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/heather-du-plessis-allan-drive/opinion/heather-du-plessis-allan-covid-19-lockdowns-a-sign-of-failure/

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  26. Between bands playing at the 2021 One Love Festival, this is what the crowd had to listen to.

    “This is a Covid-19 announcement”
    “Wash, Sanitize, Scan, Bluetooth on”
    “Wash, Sanitize, Scan, Bluetooth on”
    “Wash, Sanitize, Scan, Bluetooth on”

    “Lets Unite against Covid-19, Covid-19, Covid-19 announcement, Coivd-19, Covid-19 announcement”

    “Slip, slop, sanitize and scan”

    https://twitter.com/GetCaughtLiving/status/1357927705774149636

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  27. As a distraction from the lockdown, my wife made sakura mochi for afternoon tea today.
    Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e97aeCUl6E

    Instead of the bronze hotplate shown in the video, she used my Breville sandwich press (and complained at how dirty I had let it become). We didn’t have any of the pickled cherry leaves (not available in NZ), so they were very simple sakura mochi.
    (Basically a ball of red bean paste wrapped in a small pink pikelet! )

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  28. Anyone who wants to begin to understand what is happening today should put Aldous Huxley’s 1932 Brave New World & George Orwell’s 1949 Nineteen Eighty-Four on their reading lists should they not have already done so.

    Both authors envisaged a world not unlike the one we are ushering in. They differed on how it would arrive but both saw totalitarianism & the victory of the state over individualism.

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  29. You mean to say…all muh climate change bs is ummmm, fibs?

    Coral count rethinks extinction risk

    In a world-first, researchers at James Cook University have assessed the number of coral colonies in the Pacific Ocean and evaluated their risk of extinction.

    The study measured the population sizes of more than 300 individual coral species on reefs across the Pacific Ocean, from Indonesia to French Polynesia.

    Using a combination of coral reef habitat maps and counts of coral colonies to estimate species abundances, they estimate roughly half a trillion corals in the Pacific alone.

    Given the huge size of these coral populations, researchers believe it is very unlikely that they face imminent extinction.

    https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/coral-count-rethinks-extinction-risk/ar-BB1e7fD5

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