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  1. Still in bed you lot?
    The suns up. and tauranga City council rubbish dept is extracting your taxpayer money to keep the Chinese in bin production and rubbish disposal.
    https://www.facebook.com/TaurangaCityCouncil/posts/3950949511616419?notif_id=1616018809422739&notif_t=comment_mention&ref=notif

    ah but that’s not ll. These people are incompetent and worse they lie like faltfich by Commission and twisting the truth andspinning the results. They need sacking. But oops we sacked the councillors instead and have been infested with commisioners who are no better.

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  2. LMFAO, I’m betting Joeys handlers are celebrating the fact that he wasn’t going down those stairs,,how much longer are the U S media going to hide what is obvious to 7 1/2 billion people?

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  3. Four people injured (two die) in an attack in Epsom.
    Possibilities.
    – The victims knew the killer
    – The victims don’t know the killer
    – The killer knew the victims
    – The killer didn’t know the victims
    – The killer had a motive
    -The killer had no motive

    The two who survived should be able to provide the police with a lot of information.

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    • Mikey id say it wont be long before they get sick of that process and just issue frontline cops with a colour chart of who they can arrest.
      This “approval” will be likened to a fisherman doing catch and release. If theyre brown let em go

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    • Just read it

      So basically, there is so much crime in South Auckland they dont have the jail cells to hold the criminals ; and presumably won’t build any more with eternal cock-up Andrew Little’s interference.

      What is worth further noting:
      The cops generally do not even try to catch criminals so on the ‘catch and release’ scenario it is like the fish are jumping onto the boat and they are still throwing them back.

      This seems to be the REAL story.
      So much crime they cant address it even with turning a blind eye.
      Crime is just coming at them even when they are jogging in the opposite direction.
      Wow.
      That is bad.

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      • Oh, and the current coppie recruitment process is to not take on any more ‘white males’ until their other ‘weird categories’ are filled in.

        Then when the weirdos cant cant handle it and leave they will have a massive shortfall of staffing.
        It looks like Stupidity it another growth element of the ‘Sixth Labour Government’

        With Special K, Twitford, David Clark, Angry, Nashy, et al there could be a new TV franchise:-
        ‘New Zealand has got NO Talent’

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  4. Mikey, The plod should just send out a small paper every week listing every crime in the area and asking the crims to “please report to your nearest police station” imagine the savings on vehicles, jails,police stations, equipment etc ,damn it I’m going to send a message to the government outlining my brilliant idea.

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  5. In 2005, The Eopoch Times acquired a secret speech given by Defense Minister Chi Haotian to high-level Communist Party Cadres sometime before his retirement in 2003. It is not a quick read, but certainly sets out what China’s intentions are. Time for the Western World to wake up.

    “These comrades are too pedantic; they are not pragmatic enough. If we had insisted on the principle that the Chinese should not kill other Chinese, would we have liberated China? As for the several million Chinese living in the United States, this is of course a big issue. Therefore, in recent years, we have been conducting research on genetic weapons, i.e., those weapons that do not kill yellow people. But producing a result with this kind of research is extremely difficult.

    Of the research done on genetic weapons throughout the world, Israel is the most advanced. Their genetic weapons are designed to target Arabs and protect the Israelis. But even they have not reached the stage of actual deployment. We have cooperated with Israel on some research. Perhaps we can introduce some of the technologies used to protect Israelis and remold these technologies to protect the yellow people. But their technologies are not mature yet, and it is difficult for us to surpass them in a few years. If it has to be five or ten years before some breakthrough can be achieved in genetic weapons, we cannot afford to wait any longer.”

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    • St st st Stuttering J J J J Johnny

      Why the hell is a dickhead with a severe stutter on the tele ?

      Not that it affects me.
      But I did look in at the election night last year.
      He can barely get a sentence out and then when he finally gets through it, it was not worth the aural pain .

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  6. Grant Robertson won’t be drawn on if NZ heading for double-dip recession after GDP figures plunge
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/grant-robertson-won-t-be-drawn-on-if-nz-heading-for-double-dip-recession-after-gdp-figures-plunge.html

    Figures out on Thursday showed GDP fell a seasonally adjusted one percent for the three months to the end of December, much worse than expected.

    National’s shadow treasurer Andrew Bayly told Morning Report: “Residential construction is up but we are not seeing the level of infrastructure spend that the government is undertaking and one of the big reasons for that is the $3 billion of shovel-ready projects that were due to have started by the end of next month – only 49 of the 205 projects have actually started… it’s a major impact on why the economy has gone backwards.

    “We need more construction undertaken by the government. They need to deliver on their promises.”

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    • Bwahahaha the cunt robo was sooooo smug at the last lot of figures and they were all patting each other on the back and now…

      Hes in serious trouble now and he knows hes in too deep with not a clue how to stop the incoming recessionary storm.

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    • On the other side of the coin I’ve heard of many retailers selling household items –furniture, fridges , freezers , TVs etc that are booming.
      Not just NZ –our son works in IT for The Good Guys in Australia –they were doing A$1 million / day in online sales last year (it has slowed a bit since New Year). This was like a Boxing Day sale everyday, to give some perspective.
      I saw an interview with Gerry Harvey last year and he said they thought they would be well down as lock downs occurred –the opposite happened.
      During the week I heard from a guy that manages a Danske Mobler shop –they are doing record sales. Another guy who imports furniture and assembles it for places like Big Save –again record sales.

      I have tried to figure out why this is happening –some say it is people spending what they would normally spend on overseas travel (maybe some of that, but it cannot be the full explanation) , or is it boredom ? or maybe some form of release from the wall to wall fear mongering by the PM and her band of idiots?

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      • Ross, how much of that consumerism was actually paid for tho?
        My guess will be 90% of it will be all ticked up as personal debt/hp so that windfall for those businesses will likely contribute to the toppling of finance companies when the SHTF and the crunch comes.

        Now is the time for EVERYONE to start being very conservative with their funds and resources, when govts are urging you to get out and spend to support the country that translates to “we are in the shit this is the last resort”.
        Buy that shit in a recession when they have their backs against the wall.

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        • Those who overextend themselves will receive a kick in the guts when they rush to demand Cindy and Robbo provide a bale out for their own wonton overspending. All the promises of KINDNESS from the mad queen will come to nought.

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          • It’s all going to crash. It’s possible that is exactly what they want, to bring about The Great Reset.

            They want people in debt and desperate. They want them demanding – the govt do something.

            Spending (debt) like wankers on the housing Ponzi scheme is their primary weapon. Consumer spending mops up what’s left.

            Shits gonna get real.

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      • I’m an Upholsterer, old school type, We are always busy and have been for years, but since Covid , what was weeks before we can start is now months. There is a couple of reasons why, First, There are no old school tradesmen left, next is no one wants to be an apprentice for this trade, We have approached schools, advertised still no one that looks promising, Sucks, as I’m gold card carrier and want to retire.

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  7. American Thinker.

    Using leftist tactics for conservative goals: University forced to boot Confucius Institute off campus

    Conservatives need to learn from our foes when it comes to forcing the major institutions of our society away from the left’s agendas, back toward sanity. For far too long, we have let the left combine infiltration (pressure from within) with demonstrations and organized influence campaigns (pressure from without) to capture governments, corporations, schools, and nonprofits and bend them to the service of its own goals.

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

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  8. Joe Biden Says He is “Proud” of Secretary of State Blinken For Being Humiliated by Chinese Envoy on American Soil

    Blinken’s meeting with China’s top diplomat quickly went south on Thursday evening.

    The meeting devolved into bickering and an exchange of barbs, but China’s delegation destroyed Biden’s team of amateurs.

    “The United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength,” Yang said right to Blinken’s face.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/03/joe-biden-says-proud-secretary-blinken-humiliated-chinese-envoy-american-soil-video/

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    • Geopolitical chess in action.
      “The United States does not have the qualification to say that it wants to speak to China from a position of strength,” Yang said right to Blinken’s face.

      Ok. America’s move.
      (The CCP will be watching the US reaction very closely.)
      If the US does nothing, the CCP will prod a little bit harder. And then watch.
      The Japanese government knows exactly what is going on, and will be on the phone to the US about it.

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  9. I see the editorial in the listener is very critical of us having to import coal.

    When the porker banned coal exports and canceled oil and gas exploration she really fucked this country.

    This labour Govt is so bloody stupid along with its equally thicko leader.

    God save NZ as sure as hell Labour won’t.

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  10. And more taxpayer monies handed over. Spend, spend, spend…

    ‘Long overdue’ – Ngāti Paoa sign $23.5 million deed of settlement
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/long-overdue-ng-ti-paoa-sign-23-5-million-deed-settlement

    The iwi will receive redress that includes the return of 12 sites of cultural significance and financial and commercial redress valued at $23.5 million.

    There are more than 3500 members and it is part of the Hauraki, Marutūāhu and Tāmaki collectives.

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  11. Queenstown tourism operator disappointed by Minister Stuart Nash’s speech

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/queenstown-tourism-operator-disappointed-by-minister-stuart-nash-s-speech.html

    I-Fly indoor skydiving operator Matt Wong told Newshub Nation Nash’s appearance in Queenstown on Friday was “invite only” – and 95 percent of tourism operators were not invited.

    “There was a handful, hand-picked who attended but the message from his office was he didn’t have time for us.”

    He (Nash) said as mass-scale international tourism was unlikely before 2022 he was “deeply concerned” about the plight of regions reliant on tourism like Queenstown.

    “I am considering potential next steps till borders re-open, such as making it easier to hibernate firms and to startup again; help to diversify regional economies over-reliant on international tourism; and deployment of tourism workers to other sector.”

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    • Best case scenario
      Best case.
      Tourism will pick up after mid 2022.
      It will start at one third the level of 2019 and not be there (2019) after 3 more years.

      People are really gun shy now.
      You cant blame them.
      Example .
      Annastacia Palaszczuk QLD Premier said the borders were open last year; about November.
      People flew across from NZ and were immediately thrown into MIQ and a AUD3500 Bill
      Same with the yo yo lockdown earlier this year.
      already ona plane and chucked in the isolation ward

      A lot of people are burnt.
      Especially those sitting on what are effectively useless ‘vouchers’ or ‘credits’

      All elements of tourism must realise they face a nuclear winter.
      This is the result of an attack on the world’s business of a nuclear scale.

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  12. Hi all you Aucklanders,how many fans were at the viaduct for the AC win?
    On camera there did not seem to be huge numbers!
    If this is so ,was the cup just an electronic promotion by the wealthy and elite,or did it have real nationwide support?
    How about a significance rating?

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  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o97vAojhdKM
    Putin is ‘trolling’ President Joe Biden because they know ‘he’s weak’

    Outspoken Congressman Matt Gaetz says Vladimir Putin felt comfortable challenging Joe Biden to a public debate because he thinks the US president is “weak”.

    The comments come as President Putin hit back at Mr Biden after the US president said he agreed that his Russian counterpart was a “killer”.

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  14. The Homegrown mega piss up is underway on the Wellington waterfront.

    I really don’t think the feminist message, about women not being sex objects, is getting much uptake from the countries young women 🤣

    Some of the sights could turn Mikey hetro curious.

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        • From Odakyu-sen’s link:

          ……”The function of aposematism is to prevent attack, by warning potential predators that the prey animal has defences such as being unpalatable or poisonous”……

          He’s on to something here. Anyone got any theories on how gross obesity in females is supposed to work?

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          • Many years ago, when I worked briefly at an office in Auckland, I noticed that the obese people (mostly women) had to work hard to stay fat. It was no accident. One woman would routinely eat an entire bag of cookies EVERY DAY before lunch. Another fat due would eat huge servings of fish and chips from the local takeaway, and drink a couple of liters of soft drink a day. They were conscientious in their striving to be fat. It was deliberate. It took a lot of effort to stay in that condition.

            I don’t know why they were so driven to wreck their bodies.

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            • Maybe it’s something to do with working in offices. Back in my days of chauffeuring livestock minor work injuries were expected but one day a steer stepped back on to my foot right at the point where protection via steelcaps ran out. I got back to the yard & my missus took me to the doctor. No broken bones but the swelling was enough for him to write out a compo ticket with the promise of one for another week if I needed it.

              A week off! Handed in the paperwork to the boss (who was a bloody good bloke), was told that there were no other drivers & he was going to have to drive my truck. I was given a spare chair to put my foot on & told to run the office.

              From his point of view it was logical. I could read & write, knew nearly all of the clients & in most cases could quote an accurate price for new work. For me it was hell. The phone rang incessantly, the RT likewise & there was constant bleating from the drivers of why they couldn’t do what they were paid to do.

              At the end of the week I hobbled back to the cab of my truck determined that I’d never be a desk jockey for so long as my arse pointed downwards.

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          • The message I take away from seeing an obese woman is “I am destroying myself, and I will destroy anyone who comes into the orbit of my life.”

            (Mind you, some of them are so massive as to have their own gravitational fields…)

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  15. FFS , the “kamikaze” wind was to blame for the silly old C–T Biden falling over as he attempted to sprint up the steps of Airforce one , where the fuck is that renowned doctor Jill Biden when shes needed ? the little girl sniffer ( hes never been photographed sniffing little boys) is lost and it’s elder abuse in its most rxtreme.

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  16. Jordan Williams Taxpayers Union.

    Dear Dude,
    I’m writing to you with some urgency. At the end of next week, submissions close for the draft recommendations of the Climate Change Commission – recommendations that the Government has signalled it will simply adopt.
    I’m not going to sugar coat this. The media haven’t been doing their job and instead of critically reviewing what is the most radical reforms to our economy since the Douglas-Lange era, they’re blindly cheering it along.

    Here’s the how the Climate Change Commission Chair Dr Rod Carr has put it:

    The transformation that New Zealand will confront in the decade ahead… is going to be on a scale that will rival the transformation from our controlled and regulated economy in the 1970s through to the early 1990s. It will be on a scale of the demilitarisation after the second world war. It will be on a scale equal to getting ourselves out of the great depression of the late 1920s. And I would guess it might rival the sum of all those parts…
    The Commissioner plans to up-end our economy with central planning, forcing costly regulations on New Zealanders in an attempt to change the way we live and the entire shape of the economy.
    Here’s just a taste of the Commission’s plan involves:
    • Ban imports of light petrol and diesel vehicles from 2032.
    • Cull dairy, sheep and beef numbers by 15% by 2030.
    • Reshape cities so that we walk 25% more, cycle 95% more, and take public transport 120% more by 2030.
    • Subsidise electric vehicles further.
    • Ban new coal boilers.
    • Ban all coal generation, regardless of security of supply.
    • Ban new natural gas connections.
    • Ban gas BBQs.
    • Require new and replacement heating systems to be electric or bioenergy, not gas.
    These measures may seem unrealistic – but with the Government having publicly committed to implement whatever the Commission recommends, we need to blow the whistle now before it is too late.
    And here’s the thing, according to the Commission’s own analysis, this plan isn’t even necessary. New Zealand is already on track to meet its “net zero carbon” target using existing tools i.e. the existing Emissions Trading Scheme.
    The waterbed effect
    In fact, the proposed regulations will do nothing to reduce our overall emissions. This is because of the way the ETS works: emissions are already capped and paid for. This means that when the Government goes beyond the ETS and uses regulations to push down emissions in parts of the economy covered by cap and trade, it just frees up credits for people to increase emissions in other parts of the economy – it’s what climate economists call the “waterbed effect”.
    Here’s just one example: recently James Shaw announced the Ministry of Education will spend $50 million to replace or convert 90 coal boilers in schools. According to the government this will reduce emissions by 33,000 tonnes – that is reducing emissions at $1,515 per tonne. By comparison, the ETS can remove one tonne of emissions for $39, a nearly 40-fold performance gap!
    And because coal is already in the ETS, the waterbed effect means replacing the school boilers will see emissions raise somewhere else. There is absolutely no gain for the climate.
    If you listen to one thing this weekend, make sure it’s this podcast
    Yesterday I sat down with New Zealand Initiative Executive Director Oliver Hartwich. A trigger warning: what you will hear will make you angry.
    Dr Hartwhich explains the dangerous folly of the Climate Change Commission’s plan – and how they’ve refused to show their working on how much it will cost New Zealand familes. Click below to listen to the podcast.

    We’ve got to raise the alarm, and we don’t have long to do it
    We’ve come to this issue late because it’s taken time to wrap our heads around the Commissioner’s 800 pages of draft recommendations. But we’ve now prepared a submission that, quite frankly, I think destroys the Commission’s arguments. If you’ve got some time over the weekend, I strongly encourage you to read our draft submission here.
    Regardless, we need your help now to ensure the consultation process isn’t swamped by special interest groups like Greenpeace and Generation Zero, who never saw an expensive eco-regulation or tax they didn’t like.
    >> Click here to use our template submission tool <<
    It only takes 30 seconds.
    https://www.taxpayers.org.nz/climate?utm_campaign=210219_ccc_submissio&utm_medium=email&utm_source=taxpayers

    https://www.taxpayers.org.nz/taxpayer_talk_oliver_hartwich_on_the_climate_change_commission_report?utm_campaign=210219_ccc_submissio&utm_medium=email&utm_source=taxpayers

    Jordan Williams
    Executive Director
    New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

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