HomeHave your sayHave Your Say Have Your Say Author Editor Date March 8, 2021 Category Have your say Share FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp Previous articleGoing Broke, Get WokeNext article‘Mask Burning Parties’ 292 COMMENTS No lockdown on 15th March then. Aren’t there quarantine hotels in ChCh? How come it never escapes there? 16 0 Log in to leave a comment Rachael@0535 How come? “Cos CHCH’s a socialist stronghold and the virus wouldn’t DARE disobey it’s handlers… 17 0 Log in to leave a comment Swiss sanity, https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2021/03/switzerland-looks-set-to-approve-ban-on-facial-coverings.html 16 0 Log in to leave a comment COVID-19: Government rejects National’s push for outbreak inquiry https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/covid-19-government-rejects-national-s-push-for-outbreak-inquiry.html National leader Judith Collins wants an inquiry into contact tracing, public health messaging, testing – including whether saliva testing should be used more – and the legality of testing and self-isolation orders. Elements of this outbreak, she says, like confusing public health messages, mean a broader inquiry is now necessary. “We’ve got issues such as the prime minister ending up in a public spat with a shift worker from KFC over what messages were given. That is something that shows is clearly not the clear communication that we should expect,” Collins says. “It is a year on into Covid, when are they going to get this right?” 21 0 Log in to leave a comment No Way! 12 0 Log in to leave a comment i think they need one, they sure as hell won’t volunteer a working group on it. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment W G , Just piss off Collins it’s to late to go back to being Crusher, your’e done. 17 3 Log in to leave a comment I’m inclined to agree with you. ‘Crusher’ is now a damp squid. 15 1 Log in to leave a comment “Collapser” Collins. 6 1 Log in to leave a comment I agree, Judith hasn’t risen anywhere near to expectations or her promises. National needs a maverick to lead. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Remember the scene from the movie ‘Braveheart’ when William Wallace goes into Stirling Castle to ‘start a fight’. THAT’S the kind of leader National needs! 14 0 Log in to leave a comment Nah it’s way past their death, only they don’t know it. We need a totally new conservative party. I thought ACT might be that party, but they have gone all woke also. 18 0 Log in to leave a comment Why do these parties go woke? What is the appeal of woke? 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Read yesterday’s coke thread. Politics is the same as any business, marketing for the most votes – the best outcome for the party and themselves. National have swallowed the woke bullshit as their marketing and forgotten their party base – commonsense kiwis. ➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️ OVER HERE NATIONAL!! 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Ah yes, marketing. The basic premise of marketing is that you sell the products that people want to buy. – People’s needs change – People may not know what they want – Who is the leader? You or the people? – Do you give your child the food they want to eat? Do you give them what is good for them? Part of being a leader is the ability to “foresee” the future (see over the horizon) and do what is best for your people. They may not like it in the short term, but it will be better for them in the long term. (A culture of instant gratification will not be your friend.) To do this, you need some sort of vision (or at least a roadmap), otherwise, you will be all over the place and will never get to your destination and achieve your goals. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Yep. Ive always run with this..”Fail to plan..plan to fail”. 4 0 Log in to leave a comment Winston? lol 5 1 Log in to leave a comment “National needs a maverick to lead.” Hold my fuckin beer… 10 0 Log in to leave a comment We do though! Highly intelligent, financially and politcally informed, had a real job, financially independent and does what is best for the country, not for the politics or the party. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment “Maverick, you just did an incredibly brave thing. (Pause) What you should have done was land your plane! You don’t own that plane! The taxpayers do! Son, your ego is writing checks your body can’t cash!” 7 0 Log in to leave a comment The bastards writing cheques as well ! Bring that bloody jet in now!! 4 0 Log in to leave a comment Jacinda? 0 0 Log in to leave a comment Let us hope the ‘other left shoe’ starts turning right! 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Collins is an ineffective nobody and her whole party too. And despite huge initial hopes, Seymour is starting to go down the same track as well. It’s totally the wrong stance to be arguing the minutiae of things like covid tracing or whether or not to use a new fart-into-a-bottle test. Whatever. It’s all bullshit. If our country is to survive, we desperately need a leader who has the courage to call this ‘pandemic’ what it really is: a stunningly successful exercise in control by a tyrannical cabal of quasi-communists. They need to clearly spell out that this virus isn’t particularly dangerous to healthy people under 65 and even then the chances of getting really sick are minuscule. They need to point out that it’s madness to lock down whole cities out of irrational fear and they need to call strongly for the people to refuse to allow their country, their lives and their freedoms destroyed. What we need isn’t a bunch of idiots trying to nitpick on the fringes. We need to come together and FIGHT AGAINST COVID TYRANNY and if we don’t start to resist pretty damn soon our country will be lost forever. Is there a potential leader out there? Someone who can genuinely see what’s happening and has the personality and charisma to activate this, the biggest challenge the country has ever faced? 17 1 Log in to leave a comment Dan Bongino tSp2onsorsechmd · Being a liberal means spending your entire miserable life searching for new reasons to be “offended.” It’s a pathetic existence. Living an absolutely joyless life is the hallmark of liberalism. Worse is their desperate need to make everyone else miserable too. Friends don’t let friends do liberalism. 18 0 Log in to leave a comment Both your name ‘Viking’ – representing the slavery and sexual abuse of Gaelic women one thousand years ago – along with your comment about liberalism, offends me. Mrs Rissole offends me too. She has just told me to ‘go get a life’. 9 3 Log in to leave a comment Go find an older one then. They tend to be less liberal. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Only that? Saint of a woman. 4 0 Log in to leave a comment You forget, we slaughtered all the useless woke bastards the lived with. 1 0 Log in to leave a comment Hey Cindy watch your back ,the Maori butch dyke from the east coast is after your job and she’s got it all going for her. (1) she’s maori, (2) she’s a lesbian, (3) she’s capable of miracles after all she has produced children without having a man involved, (4) she’s extremely manlike including her fashion sense, (5) she’s not a cripple but that is easily fixed she’ll just slip a rock into her shoe, (6) most importantly she is a great spouter of B/S ,possibly even better than you are, Maybe Cindy it’s time to bring her down a step or two ? dig around in her background I’m confident you can find a scandal that your minnions could leak to your press luvvies. 21 0 Log in to leave a comment Local Democracy Reporting 5 Mar 2021 New Zealand local councils not fit for purpose – academic 9:12 pm on 5 March 2021 Natalie Akoorie Natalie Akoorie, Local Democracy Reporting Editor A long-time councillor says inexperience, personality clashes and infrastructure costs are at the root of ongoing council infighting around the country, while a local government academic believes New Zealand’s sector is unfit for purpose. https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/ldr/437753/new-zealand-local-councils-not-fit-for-purpose-academic?fbclid=IwAR0n6sEdFTxW9haom6-kg0T6Ejdf-JL1_xcx3zXkJEdzW1R1k4hzSa48AzA I have been quite vocal in our local neighbourly about this. As you know tauranga is io a mess. It culminated in the rsignation of Tenby Powel and that appoint mnet of commissioners. The reason that all this happens is that the ratepayer no longer bothers or has anyone take my notice of thioer wishes . They get trampled on by self serving know it all paid staff. staff that use the Law as it is made by Govt. to rule and fatten their own ego’s. Time we found a better way. Switerland seems to me to be a good model to start with. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment When your automaton maIfunctions! Trust the lefty dems to get a fauIty one to front their cabal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GR0IA2S8YTA Joe Biden Can’t Read Teleprompter Explaining $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Grift SaIty Cracker 13 0 Log in to leave a comment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmwDaYpgFMU Ronald Reagan Cow Manure Joke 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Seems it’s ok to virtue signal about killing off local industries, while importing gas and coal from overseas at greater cost to the environment, and transferring the economic benefits offshore. New industry research into importing gas from Australia criticised 18 0 Log in to leave a comment Cindy’s captains call coming home to roost on her shoulder and a stinking duck on the other! 14 0 Log in to leave a comment Hahaha. If Ardern needed to remind anyone as to how shallow and vacuous she is. She will no longer appear on the Hosking Breakfast. What a gutless POS. 27 0 Log in to leave a comment She’s admitting that she doesn’t have what it takes. She was seldom able to adequately answer any questions; just diverted and headed off on tangents. Disgusting when your prime minister retreats into her echo chamber. 25 0 Log in to leave a comment They are putting up the barricades. With Robbo refusing to go on with Peter Williams, one might think the wheels are coming off the liarbour lada. Maybe they have run out of lies or can’t remember the ones they have told in the past. 24 0 Log in to leave a comment Memory and weed do have a relationship . 12 0 Log in to leave a comment As does old age = we start to think a lot of the hereafter……..go into a room and think, what are we here after. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Cindy’s problem is she has the added distraction of trying to keep the “Dog on the porch” while doing all the lawn mowing. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment And off the nanny. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment ED,”Lada” nah it’s far worse than that I’d give them a Chrysler pt cruiser rating ,undoubtedly the worst car made in the last 20 years of the 20th century. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment What about the Morris Alegro? 8 0 Log in to leave a comment I can top the allegro..Leyland Princess. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Mikey ,nah nothing is as bad as the pt cruiser ,after about the 4th cambelt waterpump on all the different engines that the crap comes with I banned them from my Workshop ,not even for servicing as that job ALWAYS leads to more work on the horrible heaps of shit.. Chrysler products are the worst car ever to come out of the USA without doubt and thats saying something. 6 0 Log in to leave a comment I nearly bought a valiant Charger back in the day. That was a Chrysler as was Rambler Rebel 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Ed ,charger was aussie and most older American makes were good cars , Recently did a list of work on a 2017jeep renegade 1.4 turbo with 45km on the clock ,a bigger pile of crap you’d be hard pressed to find , it had engine oil leaks ,one front and one rear shock leaking ,front brakes and discs worn out etc etc fucking junk don’t buy this product… 6 0 Log in to leave a comment …..”most older American makes were good cars”….. Agree. First decent wagon (non British) I owned was a 1964 AP5 Chrysler Valiant. I reconned the motor once & apart from a couple of clutches, front suspension failures that was it. It was still towing the kids’ horsefloat in 1985 when I scraped enough shekels together to buy my first HiLux. 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Rambler Rebel, Family owned one once. Great comfortable performance car. 304 V8 auto , 3 on the tree , ,wonderful sound. Don’t make them like that anymore! Enjoy your Leafs 0 0 Log in to leave a comment I see your Chryslers and Allegros and raise you a Leyland P76. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Don’t dis the P76. It was a very under rated car, especially compared with the competition- the mighty Holden Kingswood. My father had both and I learned to drive on the. The P76 was far superior. Ours was on CNG, and the tank tucked in behind the back seat, leaving the boot clear 2 0 Log in to leave a comment Not old enough. Before 1980. 0 0 Log in to leave a comment Try the Morris Marina or if you really wanted to waste money you could go for the Tasman x6. Perhaps the Austin Princess would be more your style, I hear they are unveiling a black one tomorrow night on telly. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment That is more hopeless British shit than you can poke a stick at !~ 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Haha..the Tasman! Morris Freeway land crab 😂 5 0 Log in to leave a comment A mate of mine had an 1800 land crab for quite a while, O.K it was a heap of junk but talk about room inside! You could have a full scale mobile party in that thing and the cops never even looked at it. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Going down a big hill they were faster in neutral . 2 0 Log in to leave a comment A skilled liar needs to have an excellent memory. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Excellent memory. This bunch don’t seem to care. While a large portion of society don’t listen so are unaware, the liars know some of us know they are bullshitting and simply brazen it out, which is easy when they know the msm don’t question their statements. “Disinformation” is condoned if it promotes their ideology. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment It doesn’t help when the MSM are bought and paid for, and when the average Kiwi can’t be bothered to think too deeply beyond public TV and the outcomes of spectator sports. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment She wants to be like Joe. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment I beg to differ. She IS already like sleepy Joe 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Wot, brain dead? 4 0 Log in to leave a comment Opinion: Latest COVID-19 lockdown will have broken businesses https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/03/opinion-latest-covid-19-lockdown-will-have-broken-businesses.html OPINION: The widespread pain of this last lockdown will only dawn on the many COVID-19 fatigued business owners as they return to work on Monday. Bar owners are going to the wall – yes the wage subsidy worked in paying staff but many businesses have bled and enough is enough. The truth is this was an unpopular lockdown – number four. And it may yet prove to be a botched one too that could have been avoided had health authorities done a better job and not sent confusing messages. 22 0 Log in to leave a comment Very sad. My contribution has been to spend more on cafe food than I normally could justify. I genuinely pity the poor folk. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment We do the opposite . Level 2 is a pain in the arse with signing and booking in so we stay home and laugh at those trying to go out and bowing down to cindys rules. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment What is this signing in you speak of? I went into a Countdown couple of days ago. They had set up a bizarre entry into the store system where you had to come in from the left and walk around a maze of arrows and cones. Those exiting the store just walked out the door as per normal. Bah..I just waltzed in the outdoor walking past the hand sanitiser and scan in code. Got a few scowls from a couple of fat Karens. Felt great. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment Karens aren’t even any good in bed! 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Do they want you to “sanitise” before you get down to it? Asking for a friend. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment How Awwwwful !~ 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Isn’t it about being up to it? I have long thought that men should have to be rated and come with references. And for any of you men that think that the same should apply to women, nope!!! 7 0 Log in to leave a comment I vote Rissole answers Rachael. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment I second that motion. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment ISWYDT with your ‘motion’… 5 0 Conflicting messages were deliberately sent to justify the unnecessary Lockdown. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment I have no problem with the blame game. It is Jacinda’s fault, the buck stops with her, all 500 odd k of it. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Some years ago a flying saucer landed in a park in Auckland. The alien got out & to his horror saw he had landed on one of the earthlings squashing it flat. Being a peaceful friendly alien, he decided to save the creature & put it back together, but having never seen a human he did what he could with the bits he could salvage, then took off to return & try first contact another day The next day a man walking his dog found a pair of human buttocks alive & talking through its sphincter. It said “um ah ah I’ve, I haven’t, um, I haven’t used my, um, I’ve answered, um, OIA”. And that kids, is how Jacinda Ardern was created. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Cindy has now refused to go on with Hosking Monday mornings. 18 0 Log in to leave a comment Shes as dumb as a sack of hammers and only contributed a comedy slot in his show with all her umms and ahhs anyway 18 0 Log in to leave a comment Any particular reason Chuck? 14 0 Log in to leave a comment Mikey, COWARDICE. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment The cracks are appearing in the labour bus and the paid for media need to roll her in another coat of glitter! What will it be, marriage, baby? 13 0 Log in to leave a comment There is an upside to this. Will not have listen to the useless Cowardly POS insult the English language with her bins, poverdy etc…. What a horrid person. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Here it is. What a failure. Coincidently, Ms Ardern is a patient of mine. Just between you and I, she suffers from severe IBS. She can make an onion cry in under 30 seconds. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-cancels-regular-interview-slot-with-mike-hosking-on-newstalk-zb/NLJK5CP7SX4RRH6CIWRYLHFRVM/ 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Fuck me, if thats the best you can do, You need to hand in your practising certificate and admit your failure to cure her. Mind you, a good dose of salts, (MgS04) will clear out any residual shit. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Fucking you doesn’t appeal even to Hunty. However perhaps the stick insect is suffering a rare dose of morning sickness again. Just saying it might be. Not sure which dog of course. 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Following the “cancel culture” agenda. Next stage is be to try to “de-platform”. Like how Sean Plunket was done. The circling around Peter Williams, first by “cancel culture” by Robbo, then there will be other pressures bought to bear, over a range of issues. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment It’s called taking control of the media. Communism 101 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Only if the owners of the media companies consent to it. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Willing to take the bribe. Sell their soul to the government. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment How precious. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment So that tricky virus has reappeared in Auckland, what will Jacinda do this time? she’s used up all her lockdown goodwill cards and can’t blame the Tamaki’s as their out of town. 21 0 Log in to leave a comment Another 7-day lockdown would include 15th March. (Hajib day for Our Saviour), so that’s not an option. 21 0 Log in to leave a comment No problem, Cindy banished the virus from Christchurch just after the old folks home incident she never mentions. The woman is a sad joke and is damaging our country far more than any virus could. 23 0 Log in to leave a comment Was the trolly dolly on Cindy’s flight? 14 0 Log in to leave a comment One can but hope. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Apparently the person had just been vaccinated which would affect the virus test with how many cycles they are running wouldn’t it?. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Calling nasska! Brian Tamaki suggests criticism of his lockdown flee caused earthquakes, tsunami warnings https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/brian-tamaki-suggests-criticism-his-lockdown-flee-caused-earthquakes-tsunami-warnings The Tamakis also lashed out at politicians and other churches for failing to come to their aid as news of their actions sparked nationwide outrage. The only people who appeared completely blameless in the affair was the couple themselves. And Brian Tamaki claimed criticism of their cross-country trip may actually have caused Friday’s earthquakes and tsunami warning. “And so suddenly you get the biggest earthquake – I think one of the biggest in the history of New Zealand – that follows after the ravaging of Christ on the Wednesday. “No, no, no, no you can’t because you went after us.” 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Bishop Brian is giving us all a glimpse of his powers. It might be prudent to send a few $$$ his way…..insurance cover. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment I’m actually starting to quite like Brian, I think he’s mad, but he’s taking Cindy on and taking the narrative away from her. That is not supposed to happen and will not be going down well on the 9th floor, Cindy should be more careful who she picks a fight with but being an arrogant socialist she sees religion as an easy target. Maybe a few opposition M.P’s could do worse than learn something from this. 17 0 Log in to leave a comment Bloody hell, Tarquin you’ve nailed it! Even though I’m an atheist, I’m beginning to like this ‘Bishop’ Tamaki. Go for it Brian! 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Labour was shit scared of the Brethrens tying in with Don Brash and here’s Cindy crapping herself over the Tamaki’s! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment I think Brian is in the wrong facility – comes across as way too cray cray 5 0 Log in to leave a comment I’m with you chc. Tamaki has delusions of grandeur but his putting a stick in the spokes of Labour’s equally narcissistic political bike has a certain appeal from those watching from the sidelines. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment If you think he’s cracked because of his references to earthquakes wait until you hear what he raves about every Sunday. Talking snakes, the dead coming back to life, water turning into wine, instructions from burning bushes…..the whole nine yards. If you could believe all that crap then the Bishop probably seems sane. 8 1 Log in to leave a comment “…the dead coming back to life,…” So, Tamaki is a Democrat then? 10 0 Log in to leave a comment The trick with this propheteering lark is sorting out the translation to suit your current audience. Fortunately I’ve done the hard yards for you. Winston is going to make a come back and banish the horse like one to the far paddock with no feed. In a fit of remorse he will then cut the tax on booze and smokes, put brother Brian in charge of justice and send Andrew Little down the Pike river mine before back filling it. The rest of the Labour Party will be forced to listen to Guy Williams comic routines for an eternity – that is even worse than anything in the old testament. Let me assure you the earthquakes were just the beginning. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment I don’t care if he talks about snakes and shit! As long as he poking her with a pointed stick. He’s my man! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment The Bishop is a skilled operator when it comes to parting the gullible from their money. If he is making life difficult for Jacinda & Co, he can’t be all bad. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment My wife thrust a picture under my nose. “What the fuck is this!” she asked. “Well,” I calmly replied, “It appears to be a photo of me fondling your sister’s massive breasts… But you do know that’s not real, don’t you, babe?” “Really? she said, calming down. “Obviously,” I replied. “They’re implants.” 18 0 Log in to leave a comment What are the odds that ANZAC day will be cancelled again this year, for some safety reason…? 22 0 Log in to leave a comment Anzac Day will be cancelled to restore Hitler’s reputation. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment But you can guarantee there will be muslim day this year! 17 0 Log in to leave a comment As Iv’e said on YSB many times the Horsefaced creature is a typical leftie coward, she’s realized that she can’t keep repeating her lies with Hosking so she’s done what all commie cowards will do ,cancelled him. Robbo ” bend me over the couch” did the same thing with Williams ,he’s another cowardly prick. 19 0 Log in to leave a comment One would think that Robbo, of all people, would enjoy a Monday morning mass debate. 17 0 Log in to leave a comment I think it’s called a “circle jerk” 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Is that as useless as a Circle Psaki? 7 0 Log in to leave a comment It makes those two even more relevant. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment If you haven’t eaten breakfast go have a look at the mincing fagg from TV 1 interviewing 3 drag queens,hes having trouble keeping his junk in his pants FFS. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment I will give it a miss thanks. Your description is more than enough. 17 0 Log in to leave a comment Just another example of the govt’s reactionary Covid response. Who didn’t know air crew posed a risk? “An Air New Zealand crew member has tested positive for Covid-19 and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says officials are investigating whether air crew need to be placed under more restrictions when they arrive in the country.” 14 0 Log in to leave a comment After 14 months since it was first detected in New Zealand “Ardern says officials are investigating whether air crew need to be placed under more restrictions “ 16 0 Log in to leave a comment Reactive, not proactive per usual. Didn’t the pink haired one advise her? Read omething about her having received an award from Sir John Key, regarding communication, was that an attempt at saying that she is more than a Labour hack? 9 0 Log in to leave a comment The trolly dolly had been vaccinated two days earlier. Could this have been a factor in her positive test?? 8 0 Log in to leave a comment What about the other 13 of the crew, where have they been? 4 0 Log in to leave a comment Don’t they share everything? It being super catchy and all and tricky. 0 0 Log in to leave a comment “The Prime Minister will no longer do a weekly slot specifically on the ZB morning show. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-cancels-regular-interview-slot-with-mike-hosking-on-newstalk-zb/NLJK5CP7SX4RRH6CIWRYLHFRVM/ Good… Perhaps she is getting the message that folks are fed up with her waffle. It couldn’t possibly be that she is too scared to answer questions about her lousy performance, could it? 26 0 Log in to leave a comment Feelz that she should be on a roll, (where is the glitter?} like her finance minister Robbo, shutting down Peter Williams. Or is it fear about the word “The great Reset” might pop up? Feelz safer on the podium making decrees, as being “open & transparent”. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment Will Red Radio get more funding now..? Just asking for a friend !~ 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Having morniung sickness can be a bitch. As you young ladies will know. 2 0 Log in to leave a comment Complete change of topic: I guess we’ve all tried Thai green and Thai red curry. Does anyone have an opinion on Thai yellow curry? 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Probably a bit sweet for my taste….an absolute bugger if it splashes on your clothes. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Take the green curry and add 2-3 fresh tomatoes. That will turn it yellow. Also, the tomatoes will add a subtle flavor. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Had a Thai chef stay with me last week and his red curry incorporated a tin of tomatoes. On previous visits he has always used coconut milk but now uses the tined tomatoes instead. May have lived in NZ a bit too long as he now throws spuds in with the curry. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment The trick is to add the potatoes in the last 10 minutes, so they don’t go floury. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment O.S.. I tried to replicate the red curry dish after my Thai friend left using unaged lamb flaps.(a week in the chiller was not enough) A mate was there for the meal and he didn’t complain about the floury potatoes but did mention that the meat was a bit chewy…he praised the curry though. I couldn’t bring myself to tell him the red curry was straight out of a packet. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Red Desire spuds don’t go floury in your curry. Precook as raw spud is the worst. Cook your lamb flaps till tender in a Glad oven bag in the oven before cutting up and adding to your curry. You can do this in advance. Same with your spuds. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment meant coconut cream 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Chicken and prawn Thai green curry is a favourite of mine. That is all I have to say on that. 😃 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Thanks waikatobabe for the tip. I’ll make a yellow seafood and chicken curry tonight! 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Preferably lime juice added just before serving if you have. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment The only thing I will say is, yum, yum yum, yum, yum! 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Do you cook Sooty? 5 0 Log in to leave a comment You Stupid Boy blog reduced to a cooking and recipe discussion list 🙂 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Unlike Liarbour, we eat stuff and turn it into shit. They Stuff their mouths with shit and it comes back out as shit. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment “How are the mighty fallen…” 🙂 7 0 Log in to leave a comment My dear Brigadier General, You of all people would know that an army marches on its stomach. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Like a caterpillar? 5 0 Log in to leave a comment You started it BGR 😃 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Biden gives speech and includes plea to allow ALL to vote https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqVpcxIY-Ws Biden announces executive order while commemorating Bloody Sunday comments include: just like 1984 every thing he said was 180 degrees from the truth 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Biden’s cognitive decline seems to be accelerating. I just watched a short clip earlier and it was so embarassing I had to switch it off. Jill Biden should be charged with spousal abuse or domestic violence for allowing this to be done to her husband. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Considering Biden’s past, he deserves all the abuse he can get. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Sould the strike on Syria be called into question? 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Peter Williams has a poll on facebook about the gayotearoa name and Basset column. Can’t believe it’s running 80% in favour of Moori name. I am not on facebook to vote. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment That’s about right. With all the countries workers toiling away, it leaves only the woke, easily offended, layabout fuckwits who have the time to go on fakebook and vote. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment No wrong way around. 88% against changing the name of NZ Good on ya mate! 17 0 Log in to leave a comment Thank goodness for that, I was about to go into the garage and blow my brains out. 12 1 Log in to leave a comment Don’t do that Alice. We love you 🙂 13 0 Log in to leave a comment At least you still have a gun. 6 1 Log in to leave a comment Not for long, plod will around in a dawn raid in the morning! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment The irony is that no Maori was involved in the creation of the name “Aotearoa” meaning “New Zealand.” It is a white-man’s artifact. It should be banned out of respect to Te Reo and to the demigod of Cultural Appropriation. // (Te Reo’s original “Aotearoa” has a different meaning.) 11 0 Log in to leave a comment What sport in NZ is still using the name? Have this government ade the funding conditional on a name change? Or is it the sport hierarchy going woke? What do the grassroots think? 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Whats the difference betwee the three depicted in the Photo? She does not have a moustache. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Not that you can see…….. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Couldn’t you have found a non airbrushed photo Ed? 🙂 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Here nasska. one Ed posted recently. https://ysb.co.nz/cindy-speak-explained/ 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Interesting stats coming through related to the vaccine. 966 deaths from approx 41 million jabs (in the US). For the flu vaccine they get about 45 from 170 million. So at this rate they will get about 4000 deaths if 170 million take the jab. Or if say half of the NZ 5.0 million take we might get around 55 deaths. Will Bloomfield please explain if that risk is worthwhile , given they are already saying a booster maybe required after the initial 2 jabs ( my interpretation of that is it does not work very well). https://www.theepochtimes.com/adverse-incident-reports-show-966-deaths-following-vaccination-for-covid-19_3723384.html?utm_source=morningbrief&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-03-07 11 0 Log in to leave a comment “This report covers the period 9 December 2020 to 21 February 2021.” “The MHRA has received 212 UK reports of suspected ADRs to the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in which the patient died shortly after vaccination, 244 reports for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine and 4 where the brand of vaccine was unspecified.” https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine-adverse-reactions/coronavirus-vaccine-summary-of-yellow-card-reporting 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Hi Starving Artist. Did you go to the anti-lockdown rally yesterday and if so, how was it? 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Only about 15 people there as it was organized on short notice. A few locals attempted to heckle the rally, ineffectually – one kept saying, “What about polio?” as though that was relevant. Lots of people out in the area, hardly any masks to be seen. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Thanks for the update Artist. It really looks like there is no support for any opposition to these tyrants, is there? 😪😪😪😪 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Not true. The opposition is all over NZ. It’s not waving placards. It’s quietly ignoring the restrictions as much as people can get away with. 11 1 Log in to leave a comment Sorry mate, but quietly ignoring the restrictions just isn’t good enough. How is that going to address the issue of thousands of business closing their doors, sports and cultural events buggered and tens of thousands of people thrown out of work if their jobs involve any level of personal contact? 5 0 Log in to leave a comment It is part of the “great reset” as then councils, local government, bodies, NGO’s departments, will all be financed from Robbo’s Modern Monetary Theory of the Magic Money Tree, plus taxes, rates, fees, levies, etc., to create new jobs to mop up unemployed. This gym kept going. 🙂 as Avi Yemini reported last month. This is the fearless MMA gym that has NEVER closed for lockdown https://youtu.be/0Vs0Of6kfcg 3 mins 42 secs : • Feb 16, 2021 Though I do not know what exactly made the police to think again. The police might have found they would be part of the “sparring partner” session. 🙂 The other part is to have enough or the other people, that is like the sea, so that the sharks, protesters, can swim among the fish, making it much more difficult to police, and then cameras, being witness. When many of the ordinary person/customer also stands at the door with the business owner. At this stage, where are even the more peaceful protesters. The police target people with the megaphone and the placard, but when all have a megaphone, and a placard, and the numbers are there, to counter the police numbers and know the police strategies and tactics. In the meantime, know ourselves, our civilization, to make known to others. Certainly not all, but many are thirsty to understand what is at stake, and what is the truth. At the moment many have been bought, “work @ home”, wage subsidies, and the money is flowing around. 1 0 Log in to leave a comment Who knew if lockdown was going to be extended, 6 0 Log in to leave a comment I hope our government is paying attention but, sadly, I’m afraid under Cindy’s leadership they will fail yet again and in the process cost lives. UK BIRD Panel Sends Ivermectin Recommendation To World Health Organization https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVUT78bzzKk 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Comment from the UK: Stu 1408 4 hours ago God almighty that Ardern creature has a face that would sour milk. So it’s not only us that think that 🙂 17 0 Log in to leave a comment American black activists looking for their very own gravy train to pay reparations. We in NZ have seen this for decades with their very own TOW settlements and vast other taxpayer funded payments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J729RcyNEY MIDTERM BACKLASH As Democrats Push Slavery REPARATIONS!!! Dr Steve Turley “Grievance politics is all about enriching the grievance activists. It has nothing to do with grievance activists supposedly helping those they claim to represent”. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment You can run Ardern but you cannot hide. We have the coward of the country….. not county. Hat tip to Kenny Rogers. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment I understood it was John Key who was just ‘smile and wave’. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment He fronted, 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Out of interest, each day in New Zealand, how many people would speak a sentence in Te Reo that would include the terms “Te Ratonga Tirorangi” or “Waka Kotahi”? Why do we even have these terms plastered everywhere if their usage in a Te Reo setting is exceedingly rare? Let me guess: virtue signaling and woke-ness! 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Would the passengers have been able to track their flight into oblivion on their seat GPS flight screen? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgwU2XHCOYE Aviation experts have told Sky News the search for MH370 “must be restarted” as new evidence emerges about its possible location. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment That reminds me of a time when I was flying overnight from Hong Kong to Auckland and had a window seat on the right side (starboard) side of the plane. I had my window shade up and was asked to pull it down. “Why?” “Because when the sun shines in it will irritate the other passengers.” “Darling, if the sun shines in my window the position of my window shade will be the least of our worries.” Not even the cabin boss, who had been summoned by the trolley dolly, could grasp the significance of my remark. 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Looks like New Zealand is not the only country to be suffering from governmental panic over COVID-19. https://wolfstreet.com/2021/03/07/365-days-with-my-mother-in-law-boots-on-the-ground-view-of-barcelonas-economy/ 8 0 Log in to leave a comment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34bHYmx6Dic Professor discusses push for new investigation into COVID-19 origins 7 Mar 2021 Sky News Australia Flinders University Professor Nikolai Petrovsky has discussed the current push underway by global academics calling for a second investigation into the origins of COVID-19. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment It escaped from the research lab in Wuhan. Nothing much else to learn. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Escaped or released?…… this is the question. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Was it like calici virus? If it leaked it would have been piecemeal which is better than if it had been deliberately released. That doesn’t mean to say that deliberate release wasn’t on the cards sometime. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Funny how they have a vaccine 1yr later! You would almost thing they were prepared for it! 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Pack of control freaks – the Pentagon says US must not leave. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu1KHfZzaMg Combat veteran says ‘we have globalist ruling elites in DC’ on ‘Tucker’ Combat Veteran Doug MacGregor argues against intervention in Afghanistan on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight 10 0 Log in to leave a comment COVID-19: 97-year-old woman among elderly ‘fearing for their lives’ as deportation looms https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/03/covid-19-97-year-old-woman-among-elderly-fearing-for-their-lives-as-deportation-looms.html The policy allowed immigrants whose adult children already had residence or citizenship, to join them – but it was suspended in 2016. It officially restarted last year under different rules, but it was stopped when the pandemic hit without anyone being able to apply. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Its all part of Jacinda’s Kindness rollout. Easy option would be for them to all convert to Islam…. No way the Fucking Bitch would deport them…. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment As long as their children are paying for all of their care, why not let them stay! 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Yeah right Sooty, that’ll be happening – not. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment The seller should have sorted before selling it the first time. An Auckland seller has been ordered to refund a customer who bought a BMW described as in “excellent condition” but contained explicit language scratched into the boot lid. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/seller-ordered-refund-customer-after-excellent-condition-bmw-had-obscenity-scratched-into-boot 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Serves them right. Beemers are disposable plastic junk. It’s a disgrace what German cars have become. The best way to make cars green is to make them last. Toyota Corolla’s are one of the greenest cars ever made. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment The best way to make cars green is to paint them that colour. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment 🤣🤣👍 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Back in the kitchen you lot. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Whats for dinner in the birdcage? 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Whatever is on the paper liner! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment To do what? 3 0 Log in to leave a comment According to the story I read about this, the buyer purchased the car sight unseen. If so, the message on the boot serves him right. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Not if they hid it on purpose? Never buy a 2nd hand European vehicle!! 7 0 Log in to leave a comment WG…there is a saying…. if you can’t afford a new European vehicle, you sure as hell can’t afford a second hand one… Kea…re the Corolla…again very perceptive of you….I’m not giving up my ol’ girl…she just keeps on going. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Seymour sticks it right up the PTPM. Bloody fantastic! “You can’t deliver for New Zealanders if you don’t show humility, and this Government’s arrogance is getting in the way of solving problems and helping people. Jacinda Ardern’s decision to cancel her weekly discussion with Newstalk ZB’s Mike Hosking joins a long list of increasingly hubristic moves from the Prime Minister and her Government. Together they make up a rap sheet of high-handed, elitist behaviour from a group of Ministers who are showing themselves to be out of touch with the people that put them in the Beehive. Jacinda Ardern let the mask slip and attacked members of the South Auckland COVID-19 cluster, and then ran for cover in the days following to avoid scrutiny from the media. Stuff political columnist Andrea Vance was spot on at the weekend when she summed up the Government’s vaccine rollout as ‘a secretive, sluggish spin-fest,’ with the flow of information ‘tightly controlled and heavily politicised.’ Meanwhile, the Government used urgency to pass Māori wards legislation it didn’t campaign on. These are laws that are foundational to how we conduct our democracy, but they were sprung on Parliament at short notice and rushed through without proper evaluation. You can’t paint yourself as a paragon of democratic virtue and then not walk the talk – not if you want to stay in favour with New Zealanders. Eventually that behaviour will catch up with you.” 17 0 Log in to leave a comment PTPM at podium now telling us we’re now only going to have Pfizer vaccine, and they’ve just ordered 8.5 million more doses, enough for every NZ’er. So what happened the other vaccines which were ordered? If they’ve just ordered enough vaccines for the whole population, does that mean prior to this order we didn’t have any left? She’s bullshitting us again here. Pfizer is more expensive and must be kept very cold. Ardern is telling us we’re going only with Pfizer because they will go to great lengths to protect NZ’ers. It’s crap. Other vaccine producers have obviously pulled the pin on our agreements. Chippy now trying to spin the advantages of only having to deliver a single vaccine. 17 0 Log in to leave a comment She was on 3 this morning telling us the vaccine is safe. How the hell does a chippy wrapper know that? Not having it. Stuff your Pfizer where the sun don’t shine! 14 0 Log in to leave a comment From what I’ve read the Pfizer one is most unsafe one there is. (I’m trying to be polite saying that) 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Now she’s bullshitting about why she won’t appear on Hosking’s show. FS she’s horrid. 17 0 Log in to leave a comment ‘FS she’s horrid’ Brigadier Rissole’s nomination for ‘Comment of the Day Award’ 7 1 Log in to leave a comment Is it in the Herald too? 6 0 Log in to leave a comment This Thursday March 11 marks the 10th anniversary of the big earthquake and tidal wave disaster (and the Fukushima nuclear power plant fiasco) up in Japan. Japanese TV is pumping out one documentary after the other this week, and it will be a major news filler on the anniversary day itself. I will be watching the Herald to see if they cover the anniversary in their World News section. I expect a column or two. It might even make it onto the TV news, although I don’t bother with free-to-air TV in this country any more. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Dreadful catastrophe O-Sen. Still feel sick every time I see coverage of it. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment The fury of the earthquake was astounding. Here is a series of clips, some of which I have never seen before. (Japanese language only). They cover the earthquake itself (not the tsunami). Multiple faults ruptured within a couple of minutes of each other. See 5:26. Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McjIOGWmTTk At 2:25, see the earth split open before your eyes. The video opens with a scene where a local TV crew was filming a little girl doing homework, just before the earthquake hit. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Sendai Airport https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk68bZ701s0 First the earthquake, and then the tsunami! Map: The airport is about 1 km inland from the east coast. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Sendai+Airportfirstname.lastname@example.org,140.8991131,13z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x1e9222da787f18e0!8m2!3d38.1397222!4d140.9169444 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Thanks for sharing, horrendous to watch 2 0 Log in to leave a comment Oh dear, Cindy’s going to curdle the milk when she reads this. Not altogether kind: Graham Adams: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s halo slips, rhetoric wears thin 14 0 Log in to leave a comment I read the article three times and agree with every word. A wide range of views were canvassed, was accurate and cutting. Finally some real honest journalism. Upticks to Graham Adams. Jacindaphiles will be spewing. 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Yes! The tide has finally turned. Instead of apologising to the nation for her arrogance Ardern and Robbo have pulled up the barricades. Both withdrawing from their weekly radio interviews. Ardern only has her “communicadion” skills. If they won’t answer to the public then what use are they? 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Fences around the Beehive next a la Washington? 5 0 Log in to leave a comment I am quite changing my mind about Russell Brand at least his recent output. Have a look at this and see what you think. BIG PHARMA SCAM! Opioid crooks PROFIT FROM VACCINES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEi01-9Ya0c I am now one of his 2.98 million subscribers. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment A brand new New Zealand magazine that looks interesting as an antidote to the garbage Stuff, the Horrid and TVNZ continue to put out. You can download the first issue free here to see what you think. https://therealnews.nz/ 8 0 Log in to leave a comment That is Jami lee Ross and the Advance NZ carry on No thanks In case you are confused, Jami lee in this case is not Britney Spears sister. It is a He. Inasmuch as we are allowed to assign gender, willy nilly, or no willy. You can pick up some anti 5G pills from Jami lee and associates. Frankly I would avoid as those disappointed women who encountered him should have. None less so that Sarah Dowie. Standing in line as well, Tova No’Brain And he was a Notional MP for over 7 years and no-one picked up on what he really was including Somon Bridges until the end. The Notional party, not my gig !! Avoid their pain. Avoid this narcissist. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment There was a young bird called Kea Who said “it’s perfectly clear. If my oats I don’t sow It’s homo I’ll go And give Hunty one in the rear”. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment Disgusting 🙂 HIGH FIVE! 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Not bad. Love your work. Not sure what Hunty will think about Kea’s junk in his trunk. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Appalling but it had to be said !~ // 9 0 Log in to leave a comment “ere, ‘ang on a minute. Im not overly keen on this. Why do I have to get one up the hershy?? 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Because you’re kind Mikey !~ 9 0 Log in to leave a comment I do a lot of work for charidy.. https://youtu.be/IaQCr4PIsHE 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Right, well just pucker up the rusty bullet hole, and take one for the team. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Not overly keen? lol Not a no then? 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Its a no Rach. Thanks for askin. 5 0 Log in to leave a comment lol I am not at all surprised, best clarified like butter. 2 0 Log in to leave a comment Mikey has an arse like a wizards sleeve. I’m not sure I could satisfy his needs. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment I know I shouldn’t, but…LMFAO! 9 0 Log in to leave a comment We will take you word for that bit of information. It’s not something the rest of us would ever have known. 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Or wanted to. 2 0 Log in to leave a comment Barely Sober won’t be going away overseas with Jacinduh anytime soon..? https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/opinion/barry-soper-media-shy-jacinda-ardern-turns-her-back-on-hoskings-tough-questions/ 15 0 Log in to leave a comment Ouch. Princess’s week is not starting too well. 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Every Monday Mike needs to ask cindy the most appropriate question of the day and just leave silence hanging for a minute! 10 0 Log in to leave a comment So Russia is not part of Zero carbon, but gearing up production, and rail transport to China. China seems busy building more Coal fired powered electricity stations. While 75 coal ships swing on the anchor off China. Importing coal from the USA continues at an increasing pace. . ….now it’s too late because the coal deteriorates over time. So I don’t think they will find a lot of buyers,” he said. “It loses a lot of qualities and moisture starts to set in and you really risk buying a cargo there that you can’t use.”….. https://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/mining-energy/russian-coal-set-to-replace-australian-exports-to-china/news-story/75b3bdbf841bcafc2cebe4df94629bf7 . Who knew that coal goes off, deteriorates? . So it would seem whatever the rights and wrongs with Australia & China, the carbon burning is replaced to the advantage of another country. . Even Joe BiBama, will not knock back the increased export of USA coal to China, that is replacing Aussie Coal? . …. The Asian country imported 1.0 Mt of coal from the U.S. during the period, a 251.8% increase year over year and a 748.2% jump quarter over quarter. . With the unofficial ban on Australian coal in place, Chinese buyers turned to other major producers to maintain operations. . “As Chinese domestic coking coal reserves are depleted, they are experiencing a reduction in quality so need to supplement this coking coal with imported coal to maintain the correct coal quality for steelmaking,” ….. https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/news-insights/latest-news-headlines/china-s-us-coal-imports-jump-748-in-q4-20-amid-australian-trade-dispute-62766412 . Does the UN Paris agreement members really believe China’s commitment as it mines even more coal. . https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/chinas-2020-coal-output-rises-to-highest-since-2015-undermining-climate-pledges-2021-01-17 . Yet the executive director of the International Energy Agency expects all governments to do every thing to reduce fossil fuel use saying . …..”Governments have to find financial instruments to support the good and make life difficult for the bad” . ….. China’s greenhouse gas emissions last year climbed higher than their 2019 levels, preliminary data shows, in a blow to hopes that the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic would set the world on a greener path …… . ….. China approved more new coal-fired power generation in the first half of last year than in the whole of the previous two years, according to Global Energy Monitor and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air. China is the world’s biggest emitter, and if its efforts to recover from the economic shock of the coronavirus pandemic are focused on propping up its existing economy, rather than fostering green growth, global emissions will be strongly affected …. . ….. “Many countries believe [coal] is still a cheap and domestic source of energy generation, and more importantly, in many countries coal is still the largest employment source.”…. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/feb/01/world-kick-coal-habit-start-green-recovery-iea-fatih-birol . China does what is best for China and not what is best for the rest of the world. These experts and politicians should know this by now. Yet the gullible in New Zealand believe in the climate change cult, that will cost us very dearly. Forcing NZ to import dirty Indonesian Coal, and now planning how to import LPG, 13 0 Log in to leave a comment The shit is really starting to hit the fan now. Failure after failure, lie after lie, the ugly skinny wretch is running away from her disasters. No one likes you any more Cindy. 16 0 Log in to leave a comment Have i just pissed off my voters..? https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/media/22978999/jacinda-ardern-press-conference-feb-2021-nzh.jpg?mode=crop&width=635&height=395&quality=80&scale=both 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Needs to get that UN sinecure quick smart before the stink offsets the glitter ..well to the UNobservant The rest of us can see – and smell- the rotten critter. 9 0 Log in to leave a comment It’s probably a bit nawdy of me repeating this , but jeez, it’s a great day. Mike Hosking – 8/3/2021 “She [Jacinda Ardern] no longer wants to be on this programme each week.” “It speaks to a lack of backbone that she would want to bail and run.” “The Prime Minister is a lightweight at answering tough questions. The number of times she’s fronted on this programme with no knowledge around the questions I’m asking is frightening.” “The reality is, too often it’s just noise. It’s waffle. It’s stalling. It’s filling. It’s obfuscation.” “As a publicly elected official you are asked to be held to account. So, it stands to reason you, at least, put yourself up, even if you don’t enjoy it or at times struggle with the complexity or detail of the question line.” “After all, it’s our country she’s in charge of.” 20 0 Log in to leave a comment Yep. A gutless vapid commie airhead. No substance, no life experience, no clue about anything except how to lie. 14 0 Log in to leave a comment Even her lies are beginning to sound like lies to the great unwashed liabour supporters. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Recently I remember Cindy promising us that if she was no longer wanted as our PM she would bow out. Well, nows the time as no one wants her. Will she leave…. Pigs Arse !!!! 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Piss off, hairy arse and take your spawn with you! 3 0 Log in to leave a comment I see the media are starting to roll the PTPM in glitter again! Vaccine for everbody! Yah! Muslim day in a week, tea towel on head, the media are going to all over her! Wonder how many media have come over the border to cover it? What happened to the yank fanboy, is he coming again? 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Brenton Tarrant. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Another alternative vaccine, now offered with no patents. Could we produce that in NZ? Top vccne maker offers pndmc solution for free https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rair2/agbfatmw 6 mins 30 secs : All subtitled to English : Published on Mar 07, 2021 ….. An antigen, with an effectiveness even renowned virologists confirm. Professor Winfried Stöcker first tried out the vaccine on himself, his family and employees. All those vaccinated are now immune to Corona. ….. ….. easy to produce in large quantities. …. It shows his background, experience, and the resources he has in the research and the way how this works so differently to the claimed vaccines. Then the problems with bureaucracy, and the pressure & problems so that he simply said, here it is:- …… He has now published the recipe for the antigen on his homepage in the hope that a pharmaceutical company will take it and produce the substance. He’s not asking for any money for it. Is it too good to be true? Following the money does not seem to enrich him, and he has done well for himself anyway. I get the feeling NZ could produce through the systems already in NZ that make vaccines for sheep & cattle. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment A posting from Qurious Kiwi Banned video discussing how the NZ Covid 19 Health Response Bill has the framework that could include proof of vaccination upon entry to New Zealand. “It could in the future include the requirement that someone is vaccinated, for example, if there is access to a vaccine in the future and that is something that the legislation will have the legal framework to allow for.” Timeline: First the Speaker of the House Trevor Mallard, ordered the video to be taken down.  Then the Parliament’s Privileges Committee held a meeting, took advice, formed a conclusion and made a finding to back Trevor Mallard. All without any input from those who stood accused.  When the video was not taken down after the order, Trevor Mallard turned to Facebook to take it down, which they did.  Now the Covid Minister Chris Hipkins is saying: “I think vaccine passports are almost an inevitability” 1. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/advance-nz-ordered-to-remove-facebook-video-claiming-labour-will-force-vaccination-on-citizens/GAFB2R4QB4TGU5YTFIMTXJTRFY/ 2.https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/advance-nz-vaccination-video-a-blatant-doctoring-and-misleading/WRVNVIAE3DBBY5E2A7OVGXUGO4/ 3.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/facebook-removes-video-advance-nz-wrongly-accusing-govt-legislating-forced-vaccination 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Too close to the bone, I would think! 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Mallard again. That wanker is waaaaay past his ‘use by’ date. And as for the bum boy Hipkins, he has my permission to fuck off. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment He is just a thug !!!! 9 0 Log in to leave a comment The risk is, just what will they lock in that rushed legislation? What is a vaccine? Seems like it needs to be better defined? active mRNA? the Russian dead virus vaccine? or as mentioned above the anti-gen? What about the Tcells? Consider the anti-bodies, enough or not enough? Just how are the guinea pigs long term outlooks? Why do so many seem to want to practice harm? What about actual curative medicine? &/or preventive medicines? 12 0 Log in to leave a comment COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are given in the upper arm muscle. Once the instructions (mRNA) are inside the immune cells, the cells use them to make the protein piece. After the protein piece is made, the cell breaks down the instructions and gets rid of them. Next, the cell displays the protein piece on its surface. Our immune systems recognize that the protein doesn’t belong there and begin building an immune response and making antibodies, like what happens in natural infection against COVID-19. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/different-vaccines/Pfizer-BioNTech.html 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Diversion time. I see the lost royals are saying they would like to live in New Zealand. Cindy must have made them an offer to come down here for her wedding/ birthing. They can suss out the elite spots for a house. I hear Mt Albert is the go to place these days. 12 0 Log in to leave a comment Yep, they would fit right in! Maybe we could make Harry the Governor General!!! He should be able to start at short notice, not as though he’s doing much! That would twist the knickers of the elite! Just imagine the outrage from the witch from on top of eden park hill! 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Was the Pope vaccinated prior to the trip to the third world? 9 0 Log in to leave a comment Why would His Holiness trouble himself with a temporal vaccine when he’s got Skydaddy on speed dial? 13 0 Log in to leave a comment Yeah but which sky daddy. Allah might have something to say about that, an imposter in a white sheet is not as highly thought of as a black bin liner would be. BLM and all that, it would be wracist to be seen in white. 10 0 Log in to leave a comment The third world seems quite impervious due to their cheap drugs. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment Milo Yaninopolis, author says although he doesn’t know if the pope is gay? he is the head of the ‘Lavendar Mafia’ (the gay cardinals of the vatican). I imagine to be their ‘leader’ he must be so inclined. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHpvI8oGsuQ Milo basically has a therapy session with Jordan Peterson and discusses his sexuality and sexual encounter with an older priest. It is over an hour long but the part about his book on the Catholic church is about 1.11 starts approx minutes. 11 0 Log in to leave a comment The boss Poo Bar! 8 0 Log in to leave a comment And..not a mask in sight……a bloody miracle. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment That money-grabbing, pedo protector is a greater threat to the people than a bad cold. Evil does sit at the head of the table in this world. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment https://external-preview.redd.it/KJGzngLH2PMMSp_iACfanTXObw_rgevHZOho_JZsBRs.jpg?auto=webp&s=25f366c77043551b7cad0cd546d6aa3a1cb645e9 3 0 Log in to leave a comment These mRNA were first started to be looked as cure to cancers, able to alter DNA. The mRNA seem to be able to be edited, by a chemical or an enzyme. “Like fire, it can be a good servant. But it can be a bad master.” A long article, but it has been emboldened to where to take note of concerns, There is a “time line” showing the start of the specialist studies in 2008 2010 and also and abridgment. RNA can be used not only as a backdoor to your DNA, but also to your brain, with the potential to make you and your future generations dumb without anyone ever suspecting it. We don’t know if this is being currently done, but we have the tools, the motives and the psychopaths to do it. https://silview.media/2020/12/20/rna-modification-used-to-alter-dna-brain-functions-and-behavior/ Even a back ground skim through will broaden your understanding a bit more on rDNA and DNA. Also why there is an interconnection between the ones who have been at the forefront of developing the Covid mRNA “vaccines” 10 0 Log in to leave a comment Enjoy your night folks. AP out. 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Fu k, do I hate the rona app, more or less than than cindy. Don’t know! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Noted in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, many OECD countries, a very taboo subject, but starting it to call it, a “communication barrier”. ….. massive influx of migrants being treated in ICUs for COVID-19 “is a real problem”. ….. ….. lamented about parallel societies among the migrant groups. “If you want to do something there, you can only do it with rock-hard social work in the mosques. And we can’t get in there. And that’s wrong. This group consists of four million people in Germany. This corresponds to a share of 4.8 percent. In the intensive care units, however, well over 50 percent are from this group.“ …. ….. “According to my survey, over 90 percent of intubated, seriously ill patients always have a migration background. We have agreed internally that we want to designate such patients as ‘patients with a communication barrier’,” ….. ….. “In almost all OECD countries for which data are available, there is a systematic overrepresentation of migrants in Covid 19 cases and mortality,” ….. ….. why migrants and those with a migration-background account for such a high number of severe ICU patients. ….. https://rmx.news/article/article/germany-most-severe-icu-patients-with-covid-19-have-a-migration-background The article becomes blurred to just what is the reason. The emergency powers extended by Merkel’s government. Would this be a way of covering the high ICU rates by immigrants? …. Furthermore, it is not medical authorities or expert-led panels who will determine what is an “epidemic of national proportions”, which is the legal basis for the current emergency powers. The task falls on members of the Bundestag; [parliamentarians] …… https://rmx.news/article/article/world-media-silent-as-german-government-to-extend-state-of-emergency-indefinitely Absolute hypocrisy when those same parliamentarians lambasted other countries like Hungary, comparing them to the Nazi era. Though our Parliamentarians seem to want to whack our nearest neighbour to, in more than just sports. 3 0 Log in to leave a comment Another excellent video from NZ lawyer Sue Grey : SUE GREY explains workers rights to refuse an unwanted experimental injection https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOF5qKon1bM 5 0 Log in to leave a comment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQFADyK-NpI Furious Oprah Will Get Revenge In The Edit Alex Belfield – THE VOICE OF REASON Prince Harry & Meghan Markle the Manipulator have done it this time. Do not triffle with Oprah… 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Trump Presses GOP Entities to Stop Using His Name, Likeness By Ivan Pentchoukov March 7, 2021 Updated: March 7, 2021 biggersmaller Print Former President Donald Trump sent cease-and-desist letters demanding that Republican National Committee (RNC), the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) stop using his name and likeness to raise funds, a Trump adviser told The Epoch Times. In a speech before the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando on Feb. 28, Trump instructed supporters to donate to his campaign website and the Save America political action committee (PAC). The move suggested Trump aims to build financial leverage over the RNC, a theory that seems to gain credence because of the cease-and-desist letters. https://www.theepochtimes.com/trump-sends-legal-notices-to-rnc-nrcc-nrsc-to-stop-using-his-name-and-likeness_3723724.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-03-07-3 4 0 Log in to leave a comment There must be a phone phishing scam going around? Today have had a phone call (one ring and then they hang up) from Lesotho and Samoa. Hubby also got calls on his phone. Presumably I’m supposed to phone them back. I’m guessing a prince with a large bank account, or a handsome stranger who would love me long time. 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Viagra? Selfish bastard. 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Alan Jones. There is a ‘disturbing’ element to the vaccine rollout https://rumble.com/vedogf-there-is-a-disturbing-element-to-the-vaccine-rollout.html 4 0 Log in to leave a comment 1957-58 H2N2- originated in China 1968-69 H3N2- originated in China 1997- 2004 H5N1- originated in China 2003 SARS- originated in China 2006 Bird flu- originated in China 2009 Swine flu- originated in China 2013 porcine Pestivirus- originated in China 2019 Covid 19- originated in China 8 0 Log in to leave a comment Very. Dirty. People. Comes from seeing the world through venetian blinds! 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Printed in 2010. Just read “Lock Step” scenario narrative. http://www.nommeraadio.ee/meedia/pdf/RRS/Rockefeller%20Foundation.pdf 0 0 Log in to leave a comment There is an old Japanese saying that in China they will eat anything with four legs except tables and chairs. Part of this is due to the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (known as “kanpo-yaku” in Japan). There is a huge overlap between food and edible medicinal materials. Moreover, local superstitions also play a part, with certain animal body parts highly prized for their (placebo) effects. This leads businessmen in China to go looking for rare, isolated and exotic pockets of animal populations to turn into “kanpo-yaku” (and cash). The trouble is that some exotic diseases hide out in these do-not-disturb populations of isolated animals. Bats come to mind, but there are many others. It’s a combination of ignorance, superstition, ego, too much money, a desire to impress your associates (or your mistress) and other factors. As a result of all this, plus the tremendous size of the Chinese population and the wide variety of ecosystems within its borders (from tropical to alpine tundra) and you have a recipe for the discovery and infection with a wide range of novel diseases that you just wouldn’t come across in most other parts of the world. 6 0 Log in to leave a comment Australia bringing in more reasons and how to deport any more problem makers. Direction 90 of the Migration Act 1958 adds family violence as a ‘primary consideration’ when assessing a visa. ….. In making a decision under section 501(1), 501(2) or 501CA(4), the following are primary considerations: [8.] (1) protection of the Australian community from criminal or other serious conduct; (2) whether the conduct engaged in constituted family violence; (3) the best interests of minor children in Australia; (4) expectations of the Australian community. 8.1.1 The nature and seriousness of the conduct (1) In considering the nature and seriousness of the non-citizen’s criminal offending or other conduct to date, decision-makers must have regard to the following: a) without limiting the range of conduct that may be considered very serious, the types of crimes or conduct described below are viewed very seriously by the Australian Government and the Australian community: (i) violent and/or sexual crimes; (ii) crimes of a violent nature against women or children, regardless of the sentence imposed; (iii) acts of family violence, regardless of whether there is a conviction for an offence or a sentence imposed; b) without limiting the range of conduct that may be considered serious, the types of crimes or conduct described below are considered by the Australian Government and the Australian community to be serious: (i) causing a person to enter into or being party to a forced marriage (other than being a victim), regardless of whether there is a conviction for an offence or a sentence imposed; (ii) crimes committed against vulnerable members of the community (such as the elderly and the disabled), or government representatives or officials due to the position they hold, or in the performance of their duties https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9336843/Foreigners-guilty-domestic-violence-forced-marriage-face-deported.html If it is legislated, then one will not need a conviction. Though I think there will be a number of court cases & appeals but it will be a bit difficult to over turn the intent of the legislation if it is done right. Probably time New Zealand should introduce similar laws? 5 0 Log in to leave a comment Thank fuck we have David Seymour. “If the Valentine’s Day outbreak has done anything positive it is this: The difference between New Zealand’s performance and the Government of New Zealand’s performance has finally been contrasted. There’s a saying in politics that you can’t argue with results. New Zealand has an enviable record in the Covid-19 era, with fewer infections and deaths, and lighter restrictions (over a year) than almost any country. Little of that can be attributed to the efforts of the Government – our response has been successful because of the actions of New Zealanders – but you can’t argue with results. No government faced an easier task, given our isolation, population age and density, wealth, and civil society. That may be true, but to point it out is to argue with results. The comedy of errors over the past three weeks has finally shown that the Government’s performance and New Zealand’s results are actually different things. The Government failed to fully trace a cluster of fifteen cases. Instead of saying, ‘we should have done better,’ it decided to blame the people. The Prime Minister publicly denouncing citizens who have no platform from the highest podium in the land was unseemly. When it revealed they hadn’t actually broken any rule, the Government had remembered to make, it was embarrassing. The excuse that the Government had texted someone fifteen times backfired. What it really told us is that there was no system other than sending endless unanswered texts to Covid-19 contacts. Triumphal announcements that the Government had secured vaccines seemed out of place while Auckland was locked down and the Government had a tenuous grasp of events. More worrying is that, nearly three weeks later, we have no better idea when vaccinations will arrive, when they will be distributed, or what being vaccinated will actually mean. It would be easy to indulge in a little schadenfreude. This jingoistic Government’s little dances, team of five million, and heavily scripted public service announcements are falling apart. Unfortunately, the situation is too serious for that. The Valentine’s Day outbreak and associated lockdowns were the final straw for many businesses that survived two lockdowns but not this one. The company liquidation pages are filling up, with the IRD behind many wind ups. The greater problem is that we cannot afford to stand still, because the Covid situation is moving. We need not only to deal with the Government’s current failings, but look forward to the Covid world of Q3 and Q4 this year, and beyond. That world is being reshaped by four big trends. Mass vaccination is changing the parameters of the pandemic. New variants are having the opposite effect, making it less predictable. Governments around the world are appending their Covid responses with new testing and tracing technologies in response. The public are becoming fatigued with the required measures, as are public finances. Those trends will make our current approach unsustainable. It will be harder to justify such costly restrictions when vaccinated people can fight off the virus more easily and have less chance of passing it on to others. Vaccines will crowd out other responses. New variants may undermine vaccines, at least temporarily, but they may appear seasonally for years, so will require a response that can last that long. We can’t seriously lock down and borrow money every time a new variant gets out, for as long as it takes. Fortunately, testing and tracing technologies allow for more surgical responses to outbreaks that don’t kill the patient. The problem is that New Zealand isn’t using any of them. New Zealand’s economy has recovered faster than expected, but even the bravest Finance Minister would think twice about repeating the monetary and fiscal sugar hit required last time. Ditto the level of compliance, the air was more defiant this time. Fatigue will compound the vaccine, variant, and technology issues, increasing demand for a new response. The good news is that the Valentine’s Day Outbreak has the potential to be a turning point, if we want it to be. Throughout the pandemic, ACT’s mantra has been to make constructive criticisms when necessary and helpful suggestions where possible. Stay tuned for more of that approach later this week.” 7 0 Log in to leave a comment Waffle waffle blah blah. Why doesn’t he just tell it like it is and stop nitpicking around the edges? 1. The Chinese virus isn’t a serious ‘disease’ 2. Oh what’s the bloody point? I’m getting fed up with repeating the facts. Just see my post above at 10am 🤣 3 0 Log in to leave a comment https://www.facebook.com/realwhatguyslike/photos/a.963053697161216/2359541950845710/ 0 0 Log in to leave a comment What will some of our local immigrants from the sub continent make of this? …… The Subject Expert Committee under CDSCO that looked into Pfizer’s proposal and presentation did not recommend that the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) approve the application at present. “After detailed deliberation, the committee has not recommended for grant of permission for emergency use in the country at this stage,” stated minutes of the SEC’s meeting dated February 3. This was due to concerns over certain Serious Adverse Events (SAEs) and the fact that additional safety information had not been generated from local trials in the country. “The committee noted that incidents of palsy, anaphylaxis and other SAE’s have been reported during post marketing and the causality of the events with the vaccine is being investigated. Further, the firm has not proposed any plan to generate safety and immunogenicity data in Indian population,” stated the minutes. What was Pfizer’s response? Pfizer has decided to withdraw its application until it can generate the additional information required by the Indian regulator. “Based on the deliberations at the meeting and our understanding of additional information that the regulator may need, the company has decided to withdraw its application at this time,” stated a Pfizer spokesperson. https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/why-has-pfizers-vaccine-application-for-india-been-turned-down-for-now-7176040/ So is this why a batch of Pfizer turns up? In Israel a number of concerns raised and they seem to have the data about the Pfizer vaccine http://www.nakim.org/israel-forums/viewtopic.php?t=270812 As they point the data does not show a pretty picture about Pfizer. 1 0 Log in to leave a comment LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment You may also like Have Your Say Have Your Say Have Your Say Recent posts Analysis of New Zealand’s disturbing jab data December 8, 2023 Have Your Say December 8, 2023 Slovakia Gives Defiant Middle Finger To WHO. December 7, 2023 Have Your Say December 7, 2023 Stop Immigration December 6, 2023 Recent comments Braybots nemesis on Have Your Say Sooty on Have Your Say Braybots nemesis on Have Your Say Sooty on Have Your Say Braybots nemesis on Have Your Say waikatogirl on Have Your Say The Ancient Hooligan on Have Your Say Braybots nemesis on Have Your Say Donate to YSB Pike is our weekly review of the most popular posts and comments seen on YSB in the past week.