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  1. ‘Whitey’s fault that he is still alive when before whitey turned up with his medicines, laws and technologies, this individual would have been destroyed by his own people?

    (Asking for a friend)

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  2. “GOFF GETS TOUGH” ,,,FFS one failed leader of a totally failed bankrupt organisation threatens another failed leader of another organisation with the sack ,We truly are in deep shit in this country.
    Goff used to ride motorcycles and I rode in charity runs where he was taking part ,,everone knew to not ride behind him because he just couldnt ride and frequently hit the brakes mid corner or went wide on corners, it was all about optucs for this fuckwitt ,he turned up for a protest years ago about ACCs gouging of motorcycle riders and was roundly booed,the communist POS.

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  3. Ouch! Sorry about long post, but worth the read. Front and center on Herald this morning.:

    Richard Prebble: Labour’s housing package a loss of credibility moment

    OPINION:
    If spin could build houses we would all live in mansions.

    “$3.8 billion for housing”. The Government could not say over how many years the money will be spent. It will take them until June to work out the details.

    We know now this package will not solve the housing crisis. There is nothing to zone more land for housing, give local government revenue to fund infrastructure, cut red tape to allow quality factory-built housing or ending the money printing that is fuelling house prices.
    Labour has decided solving the housing crisis is too tough. Instead Labour has decided to find someone to blame, “tilt” the market to pick a winner and hope their supporters do not realise they are the real losers. Investors are the scapegoats. First-home buyers are intended to be the winners. Tenants have been thrown under the housing bus.

    The law of unintended consequences says it is impossible to do one thing, such as helping first-time buyers, without having other unanticipated effects.

    Murphy’s Law, “if anything can go wrong it will”, predicts the unintended consequences will be bad.

    The package will make the housing crisis worse.
    Here are a few likely unintended consequences.

    People will wait 10 years before selling.

    Many people have to vacate their family home for a time. There is already reluctance to rent for fear of being caught by the bright-line test. The 2018 Census found the number of empty private houses in Auckland had increased to around 40,000. If the Government had abolished the bright-line test thousands of rentals would have come to market. As it is the number of ghost houses will increase.

    If the package succeeds in discouraging investment there will be fewer rentals. Rents and homelessness will rise.

    With the Reserve Bank printing almost a hundred million dollars a day interest rates will remain low. Asset prices will continue increasing. The tax on interest may not deter investors.

    The housing package is not a practical, workable solution. The Government just wants to be seen to be doing something. No wonder the Treasury is not certain what the package’s effects will be.

    The biggest effect is on Labour’s credibility.

    It takes years to establish credibility and just a moment to lose it. Extending the bright-line test was a loss of credibility moment.

    Economists agree that taxing the increase in value of a house is a capital gains tax. The bright-line test is a wealth tax.

    Jacinda Ardern has been very clear. “I am also ruling out a capital gains tax under my leadership in the future.”

    During the election campaign she repeated her promise not to tax wealth. “I won’t allow it to happen as Prime Minister”.
    For Ardern to pretend the Government is not breaking a promise that she has repeatedly made damages her credibility.

    It would have been better last week to be upfront and say “the housing market is a bubble. The government has found it impossible to keep its promise not to have a capital gains tax”.

    Perhaps Ardern could not do this because the truth is even worse.

    The Prime Minister claimed last week that the Government was “quiet” during the election campaign about any extension of the bright-line test. Not true. Grant Robertson ruled out any extension during the campaign. He now says he was “too definite”.

    What are we to make of their statements? The only explanation is Ardern had decided before the election to introduce a capital gains tax on investment housing but kept quiet because she knew it would cost Labour votes.

    It is worse than a broken promise. It is election by deceit.

    Parties that expect to win are usually very careful what they say.

    Maybe Labour voters will not care that Ardern was deceitful.

    The journalists were also deceived by her no capital gains tax pledge. In the last days of the campaign Judith Collins predicted a Labour/Green coalition without the handbrake of New Zealand First would introduce wealth taxes. The media believing Ardern’s pledge rubbished Collins’ prediction.

    Reporters now realise Judith was correct and they were misled. The Jacinda love fest with the press gallery may have ended.

    The 300,000 usually National voters who decided last election that Ardern was another John Key have had a rude awaking.

    A finance minister who lacks credibility with the market is a liability. Investors had a right to expect that they could rely on the Minister of Finance’s word ruling out any extension to a bright-line test.

    Why should the market ever believe Robertson again? Today his target is housing investors. Who is his target tomorrow?

    Credibility once lost is very difficult to restore.

    Never has a government traded away its credibility for so little.

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    • To all the morons that 1, were farmers/wives that voted labour to keep the greens out to stop them fucking farming. 2. Were landlords/investors that voted labour to keep greens and their taxes out. 3. Anyone else that voted labour and is now disapointed an negatively affected.
      SUCK IT UP CUNTS YOU VOTED FOR IT SO LIVE WITH IT, to the sane folk that saw this coming and ppl wouldnt listen just mock the hell outve the idiots that “strategic voted”

      Biggest fail ever you morons got the fresh water plan and the taxes and cindy didnt even need the greens to do it. Stupid is as stupid does

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    • Except, as with most pieces critical of Labour, it goes behind the Paywall. So those willing to pay for the Herald (Or who bypass the Paywall) it is readable, but those who should be reading it are not hearing that truth.

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    • Some good points there by Prebble but Labour has no credibility to lose.

      They kept on David Clark last year and that should have destroyed any remaining cred.
      They had Twyford as minister of many things and he stuffed up all he saw and touched; like an anti-midas mythical creature.
      But the stuff -ups were real, damaging, and costly

      Pretty much every metric is moving adversely which is why they are now hiding stats:-
      murder, suicide, (cycle) road deaths, homelessness, dwelling affordability, et al

      Senior ministers (top 10) have portfolios in which their own parents were convicted of related crime under those portfolios.
      That is third world shit.
      This belongs in Ethiopia or Botswana.

      The PTPM and DPM are now known liars and avoid (non friendly) media scrutiny.
      They have purchased elements of the MSM as their personal sycophants – the genderless stick-creature No’Brain being one.
      Calling Pravda !

      Turn again Dick Prebble.
      Labour may have had cred when you, Caygill etc were there 35 years ago but post 2017, no Sir.

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    • Prebble. The asswipe, along with his mates Douglas, Goff,
      Palmer, Dunne, Caygill and Klarkenstein. Sold this country out.
      All of them are Cindy’s heroes.
      All of them are scum as far as I’m concerned.
      Enjoy your day folks.

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  4. Toyota NZ warns Government’s electric dreams are not realistic
    In its quest for zero carbon emissions, the Climate Change Commission’s proposed ban on petrol and diesel cars by 2035 ignores the reality that EVs will be in short supply for years to come and EVs do not offer the versatility that Kiwi drivers have come to rely on.

    EVs are not the versatile ferry-the-kids, tow-the-boat, carry-the-tools SUV or ute that Kiwi drivers love and use every day. Unfortunately, EVs can’t do everything yet. They are essentially small passenger cars, as were hybrids 25 years ago.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/neeraj-lala-toyota-nz-warns-governments-electric-dreams-are-not-realistic/HWVGORRNXTYXBZHOM7F5I2SCYY/

    The commission’s approach to reducing transport emissions ignores commercial and economic realities and tries to solve the problem of transport emissions by advocating an outright ban on combustion engines. This will not deliver the intended results.

    In fact, we believe there will be some unpleasant and undesirable outcomes if the commission’s advice is adopted.

    Well I guess everyone except the nutters already knew this. Good that someone speaks up.

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    • Lots of ppl can see the writings on the wall about evs but this govt is completely deaf to them and when the noise gets too loud they double down on stupidity time and time again.

      Our power grid cant handle it, not just the north/south thing but literally the lines in the street and residential connections cant handle it. Billions and billions on upgrades required and decades to undertake the task, the practicalities of evs as pointed out is glaringly obvious theyre deficient for our needs, ev only suit a small portion of the population.

      The govt has effectively kicked off the next bubble and crisis, what are ev prices going to do if demand outstrips supply. Same as housing its going to the moon, im guessing lots of taxes on combustion cars/fuel to subsidize the likely soaring prices of evs.

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  5. Now here’s an idea.

    Biological fathers must pay half of pregnancy bills under new Utah bill
    A new bill has been passed in Utah ensuring that biological fathers pay for half of all pregnancy bills.

    The bill, which has been named HB113, was designed to increase responsibility “for men in the bringing of life into the world.”

    Under the bill, biological fathers will not have to pay for abortions that they do not consent to, unless the mother’s life is endangered by the pregnancy, or if the pregnancy is the result of rape.

    “This seeks to be pro-life without being anti-abortion,” said bill sponsor Representative Brady Brammer..

    https://vt.co/news/us/biological-fathers-must-pay-half-of-pregnancy-bills-under-new-utah-bill?utm_source=vt&utm_medium=junglecreations&utm_campaign=post&fbclid=IwAR1y1VIR3gk1n2PTtUBwHAOMjaFxuv6UTQP3VAJRWBAgB3VpGeEsNnXjYo4

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  6. You Are Born With a Sin.
    You must Apologize.
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    You must confess as your sort are to blame.
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    So what has changed?
    As the Chief Priest explains :-
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    …. Brauer College Principal Jane Boyle said the apology part of the assembly was ‘inappropriate’ but defended the school’s intentions.
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    ‘As part of this discussion boys were asked to stand as a symbolic gesture of apology for the behaviours of their gender that have hurt or offended girls and women.
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    ‘In retrospect, while well-intended, we recognise that this part of the assembly was inappropriate.’ ….
    .
    …. ‘You’ll find all schools will be teaching consent over the next year – ……

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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9416195/Student-lash-Brauer-College-assembly-boys-apologise-female-peers.html
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    It seems even some of the “victims” were “re-victimized” during the calling out of the “sinners”, so is that is why she said it was inappropriate?
    Besides the push-back from some?
    .
    So apologize, confess, then you can gain consent? when you follow the papacy, dioceses, councils, government rules & regulations. ….. yeah right …..

    So many things that are considered to be heinous sins have to be publicly confessed to in this modern world.. ….. hmmm …
    The continuation of power & control.

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  7. The developer has asked me if users are still having issues with reading the posts and comments.
    If you cannot read the comments, you may need to log in. To do this you must be a registered member of ysb.
    Down tick this if you are having any issues.

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    • AFAIR
      Not logged in
      You can see the Have your Say headline for that day, but no posts.
      Cannot see any additional threats (topics) that day like ‘Lefties get caught again’

      Can see prior days, just not today

      login..all ok
      Laptop. Windows On Google Chrome and Brave browser

      Therefore casual observers and ‘prowlers’ can see prior days actividy, just not today.

      If you close down the Browser this generally clears login
      You are effectivly logged out when you re-open the browser
      If you were logged in, all ok, close browser, then re-open browser, you can see posts up to when you were last logged in but not new ones.
      Refresh, you can still not see new ones, juust up to last login status.

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  8. Moses is sitting in the Egyptian ghetto. Things are going tits up: the Pharaoh won’t even talk to him, the rest of the Hebrews are mad at him for making the overseers even more irritable than usual, etc. He’s about ready to throw it in.

    Suddenly a booming, sonorous voice speaks from above: “You, Moses, heed Me. I have good news & bad news.”

    Moses is staggered. The voice continues: “You, Moses, will lead the people of Israel from bondage. If the Pharaoh refuses to release your bonds I will smite Egypt with a rain of frogs.”

    “You, Moses, will lead the people of Israel to the promised land. If the Pharaoh blocks your way I will smite Egypt with a plague of locusts.”

    “You, Moses, will lead the people to freedom and safety. If the Pharaoh’s army pursues you, I will part the waters of the Red Sea to open your path to the promised land.”

    Moses is stunned. He stammers, “That’s, that’s fantastic, I can’t believe it! – but what’s the bad news?”

    “You, Moses, must write the environmental impact statement.”

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  9. Just watch Seaspiracy on Netflix, there is some scary shit on that, I don’t think that I will knowingly eat farmed fish. The by catch issue is enormous and our plastic bags are only a small part of the problem.

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  10. In the spirit of non-offence giving to all the woke fuckers out there, for breakfast, I had 2 slices of unpigmented toast. Mrs Holy on the other hand had 1 slice of pigmented toast topped with pigmented vegan spread.
    We both washed it down with pigmented coffee.

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  11. Most of this interview was about the proliferation of liquor licenses being issued in South Auckland against protests from “our people”.

    ‘They simply can’t take anymore’ – Judith Collins says timing of minimum wage increase will hurt struggling businesses

    National leader Judith Collins has questioned the timing of tomorrow’s minimum wage increase, saying it it’s an additional cost for beleaguered businesses as a result of the Covid pandemic.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/they-simply-cant-take-anymore-judith-collins-says-timing-minimum-wage-increase-hurt-struggling-businesses?auto=6245506895001

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    • People who talk about “our people” are usually obsessed with race and the need for equality of outcome.

      What is the fundamental political persuasion of a person who is obsessed with race and the need for equality of outcome? What kind of society do they want to create and what means would they use to achieve it?

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      • ….”What is the fundamental political persuasion of a person who is obsessed with race and the need for equality of outcome?”…..

        I unsure that they have one. They just hitch their support to whatever party is desperate enough to accommodate their crap.

        …..”What kind of society do they want to create”…..

        Easy. One where they’re “top dogs”, hold all power & none of their followers ever has to work again.

        ……”what means would they use to achieve it?”……

        Anything. So long as it doesn’t involve hard work or their own deaths.

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    • ‘Our People’

      The liquor Stores in Auckland are run by the Patels, Singh and Kumars, just like the dairies.
      They come in to NZ for language courses so they can say Seagrams, Johnny Walker, Woodstock, Courvoisier (OK that’s French), Bacardi, Captain Morgan.

      There might even be a few Mohammed’s and Ahmed’s doing Satan’s work.

      So racist, they don’t let whities work there //

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    • Once the borders open, what are tourists going to think when they go to Rotorua? Maybe, like Matamata’s got the Hobbit, they can promote it as a Once Were Warriors experience.
      Will they even be able to get accommodation?

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      • A mate owns a holiday home that he booka-batches. It is right next door to the only State house in the area and his paying city folk get an up close Once Were Warriors experience most nights.

        A couple with a young family stayed there this past weekend, having paid for three nights in advance, decided at 1.00am on the first night to drive the 7 hours back to their home city on the basis that the three scared witless kids would get a better nights sleep in the car.

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    • Funny that.
      I received an email from Rotorua Thermal Holiday Park just yesterday, offering a discount.

      I have stayed there a bit but not in the last year.
      Next trip might be Turangi- cycle trails and Tokaanu hot pools.

      The motels had become very run down anyway, mainly being 60 years old .
      The Rotovegas Thermal Park is well run and a great location – 4 mins onto cycle trails; golf course over the road –
      try saying Arikikapakapa.
      In the last six holes you play several times over the thermal lake. no room for error.

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    • It’s pretty grim Mikey.

      People sleeping all over the street. Stinks of piss, booze, vomit etc. Heaps of violence and disorder.

      I’m not personally afraid, but I know born and bred Wellingtonians who are. Especially women.

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  12. CCP-virus infections again on the rise in Japan.
    Ref: https://toyokeizai.net/sp/visual/tko/covid19/en.html Please see the “Effective Reproduction Number” chart (middle column, third from the top). If the Ro number goes over 1.0, infections will be on the rise.

    You can see from the “Tested Positive by Age” chart to the right, that the risk of death does increase with age, but is hardly significant for people of working age. (The chart does not elaborate on any co-morbidities, but you can assume that a significant percentage of older Japanese (particularly men) will have been smokers, and have hypertension and be pre-diabetic. Many will also be on immune-suppressing medication if they have cancer.

    Although no one will admit it, the Japanese policy appears to be one of herd immunity. (The vaccination rate in Japan is even lower than that in New Zealand.)

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  13. saggy

    If they can’t get accomo’ in the usual places (and based on OWW), holes can always be kicked / knocked in walls to provide additional ‘rooms’…

    Experiencing the creation of such spaces could be marketed as being part of the whole ‘OWW experience’ so-loved by tourism operators.

    It probably wouldn’t cost much either, especially if the gangs got involved…

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  14. https://www.jihadwatch.org/2021/03/pakistan-sunni-muslim-hacks-shiite-scholar-to-death-over-allegations-of-blasphemy
    Pakistan: Sunni Muslim hacks Shi’ite scholar to death over allegations of ‘blasphemy’
    “The suspect had killed the man after accusing him of committing blasphemy against companions of the Holy Prophet,” which is a classic allegation that Sunnis make against Shi’ites, since Shi’ites reject the first three caliphs, Abu Bakr, Umar, and Uthman, as illegitimate pretenders to the position that Ali Ibn Abi Talib rightly held.

    At this point in the west we have officials apologizing for “blasphemy” against Islam and punishing the “blasphemer” with suspension. The death penalty will come later.

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  15. This is what represents New Zealand in the International Forum .

    Don’t bother reading the article. It’s some bullshit lies about an international coalition pretending to support freedom of media expression and a place called ‘Aotearoa’ is the newest member, apparently. Not worth reading – Just look at the picture:

    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/the-international-coalition-new-zealands-just-become-a-member-of/ar-BB1f837A?ocid=BingNews

    Ask yourself; what have we come to as a country?

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  16. From Eurokiwi’s link:

    …..”Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta telling Newshub a “free, independent and pluralistic media based on freedom of information and expression is a core element of a functioning democracy”. “……

    Especially if it’s a a free, independent & pluralistic media totally aligned to the principles of Maori supremacy.

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    • Yes, nasska. And how many of the people who read it stopped to ask themselves how likely it is that a primitive grunting scribble-faced tribalist would know the meaning of, for example, the word ‘pluralistic’ or use the phrase ‘core element of a functioning democracy’?

      I seriously doubt that this character would even be able to remember how to say these complicated wordy things that were written for her. One of her staff minders probably just gave a handout to Newsroom and they dutifully served it up to their gullible market.

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    • Mahuta is perfectly correct, but fails to recognise that we don’t have
      “ free, independent and pluralistic media based on freedom of information and expression is a core element of a functioning democracy”.

      Mores the pity.

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  17. I see that the Dunedin city council’s shifty dealings when building the covered stadium, are coming back to bite their rate payers by way of greatly increased electricity delivery prices. The media currently ignoring any link to the lefty council’s dodgy accounting again.

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    • There is a good site that kept track of this for years
      Last post 2017. the main contributor passed away.
      It ran for 10 years.
      There were many posts and how I learn alot about the sheer level of corruption in Dirty Dunedin

      https://dunedinstadium.wordpress.com/

      This from July 2. 2016, so nearly 5 years ago, on extracting money via the Electricity company :-
      https://dunedinstadium.wordpress.com/2016/07/02/stadium-losses-20m-ratepayer-subsidy-each-year-not-a-community-asset-while-our-money-flows-out/

      “Dunedin’s 53,000 ratepayers (the hordes? far from it!) and the power users of Otago (via Aurora Energy, on notice to industry regulator, the Commerce Commission, because the lines company can’t fund sufficient renewals and upgrades to its working assets – not helped by annual subvention payments) are being Robbed Blind year in year out – to subsidise the council-owned Stadium debt servicing and operating costs.”

      So, it is not new.

      Hey here’s an idea lefties: cut out gas and coal and make people use electricity only (no new petrol cars?) and then because it is the sole source, use it as a defacto tax.

      Not new, the separation of Watercare /Metro water 25+ years ago in Auckland was for the same purpose and set Penny Bright off on her long campaign.

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    • The tone of the note doesn’t worry me overly. It’s long been my opinion that people who let alarms sound off for hours on end, long past the time any purpose their noise could have served has ended, should be boiled slowly to death in a vat of recycled 30/40.

      Rather it’s the bleater’s use of “ass” as opposed to “arse” that scrapes my blackboard. The former is a crass Americanism used only by uneducated wannabe Seppos who watch too much TV. Mommy is mummy, fries are chips & an ass is an arse!

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    • The media filth always take the side of the perpetrators.

      Alarm going off continuously.
      solution: ladder and flat spade.
      Fixed.

      So the meth users at the herald go hunting in fakebook for stories as they lie face down in a pool of their own vomit.

      Unmonitored alarms deserve this treatment.
      The cunts who put them in are cheap arzeholes.

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  18. Well hell !
    Grunt Robbers son strikes again.

    Known widely to tell porkies about whether his boyfriend is even it the room with him, or whether there may be CGT on a primary residence, or whatever, he runs from talk of The Great Reset

    He apparently said there is no ‘Great Reset’ to NZ media and then appeared a few weeks back at a Chartered Accountants meeting online.

    link to this with short video extract and summary:
    https://www.acuitymag.com/business/leaders-discuss-the-economic-recovery-from-covid19

    Now I was in a waiting room this morning and the Accountant Mag, ‘Acuity’ , Feb/Mar 2021 is out with the leading front page headline.
    >> The Great Reset

    Open inside
    I took a pic:
    Banner: “Reset for Growth’
    “Covid 19 has provided a trigger to build new systems and create a healthier more equitable and prosperous world, says World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab ”
    Written by Deborah Tarrant .
    (Interesting name)

    Inside extract bolded
    “There won’t be a return to normal- that’s the point of reset, rather than recover or rebuild”
    a quote.

    Well someone is at least telling the truth.
    Clearly not the porky porkie- teller Robbers son

    (From the Dunedin Robertson Crime Family.)

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    • How can Schwab’s new world be prosperous if the people don’t own anything? Where is the motivation to excel?
      Does Schwab know nothing of human nature or has he never run a business or worked in the real world?

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      • Supposedly of engineering but seems be of human hubris-tic form.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaus_Schwab

        Reminds of Mao tse tung, from the book of
        https://www.google.co.nz/books/edition/Mao_The_Unknown_Story/L_bQX73aOvcC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=Mao+Zedong%E2%80%99s+unknown&printsec=frontcover

        Which seems to show Mao was lazy, just doing the bare minimum, and putting himself into position, by fear, alliances, to gain power, and when having it, being absolutely ruthless, purges, revenge, & terror, to retain it, while allowing his crazy ideas, “even if half of China may die”.

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        • Which seems to show Mao was lazy, just doing the bare minimum, and putting himself into position, by fear, alliances, to gain power, and when having it, being absolutely ruthless, purges, revenge, & terror, to retain it, while allowing his crazy ideas, “even if half of China may die”.

          Now
          Roll forward to 2017 to the present day:

          “Which seems to show Ardern was lazy, just doing the bare minimum, and putting herself into position, by bullshit, alliances with NZ First, to gain power, and when having it, being absolutely ruthless,
          purges, new taxes, lockdowns, banning free speech, taking over media as one corrupt mouthpiece, using the Mallard henchman to help retain it, while allowing her crazy ideas, “even if half of NZ may be impoverished”

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          • You got it howitis 🙂
            Present day I think of Venezuela, but Mao’s story in China, which was revised, but now exposed, shows the parallels are very scary.

            Mao though a bit clever, well read, was only for himself, and found a way of getting a stipend from the Russian Comintern, but occasionally had to deliver, where he always delegated to others.
            Just as Mao had no idea of economics, and knew when to chuck some one under the bus, then history is revised.
            Became well practised at it

            Worth a read through, as there are many pages to read out of that link, even though the web site, takes some pieces out & eventually place a limit on just how many pages you can read.
            So I have not read the later half, but still so uncanny to read a fair bit of the beginning years and formulating of Mao’s the grifter through to the “Long March”

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  19. I’m bored.

    Maybe I should sneak into the back of Auckland Zoo via MOTAT and open the monkey cages.

    Imagine how well the baboons would blend in Point Chevalier! And you would never spot the chimps in Mt Albert 🙂

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    • Wait till you get alot of self driving cars. Remember the purse in the middle of the road trick when you were a kid? Well with self driving cars same trick except pull a cardboard box out at the last-minute. The car slams on the brakes, passengers face plant the windscreen and you run away to live another day!

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  20. Cindy ‘jeprodising’ relationships with the GP’s by blaming them for government failures.

    ‘Swamped’ health system a direct result of Government failures – GP Owners Association
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/swamped-health-system-a-direct-result-of-government-failures-gp-owners-association.html

    GenPro chair Tim Malloy’s comments come after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern appeared on The AM Show on Tuesday where she discussed the crisis in emergency departments.

    “What we’ve got to keep working on is when people come to our emergency departments, sometimes they’re preventable illnesses that have just got away on us, they haven’t been treated properly in primary care,” Ardern said.

    But the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) said it was appalled at those comments from Ardern, alleging she suggested GPs are “failing” to treat people in the community.

    A spokesperson for Ardern, however, told Newshub on Wednesday the NZMA had misinterpreted the Prime Minister.

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    • Great.
      Just as the boomers enter their 70s, the boomer GPs retire! Mind you, this was obvious decades ago, but no-one wanted to deal with it, knowing that they themselves would be happily retired and on a pension by the time the crisis would come to a head.

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    • Yahweh wept !!

      The silly little girl trying to match intellect with Tim Malloy.

      Get a grip ya stupid tart !

      Gob off somewhere else with ya lies ya Morrinsville slapper.

      Jeez, Lizziep At 3:06 pm
      That silly tart ought to change her/its surname to Dunning–Kruger !

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    • For once, the PTPM with the Mad Cow Disease happens to be correct.

      The GP’s are responsible for failing to adequately treat patients during the COVID scam and for failing to blow the whistle on Coronafraud panicdemic.

      The GP’s knew all along it was the seasonal flu. And said nothing.

      RISSOLES!!!

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      • The GPs were screwed around by the Ministry of Health under Bloomfailed.
        Not just GPs of course.

        They were given many different and contradictory messages.
        Add in that the cost of non compliance- losing the ability to trade as a GP was a high risk element.
        They had to walk on egg shells..
        and the Jizzinda Dunning-Kruger is still is still lying.

        The Bloomfailed office told porkies about GPs and Pharmacies having 2020 flu vaccines when the story was another Ernst Stavros Blofeld lie from an evil prick.
        The Govt used their pet media scabs to make the professional GPs look worse than they were.

        You might want to take a speedy trip back to Queenstown and stay longer.

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  21. FS they’ve done it again. Today’s announcement on the Auckland Light Rail folly, is that they’re going to put together an “establishment unit” (shit that’s a new one) to look into Auckland’s Light Rail folly:

    “He said an establishment unit has started today between central and local government to get buy-in from Aucklanders and come up with the mode, route, costings and financing options for Cabinet to consider later this year.”

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  22. Cry me a river.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/upper-hutt-pensioner-devastated-at-135-rent-increase/AVUJPN6FAWFXPHR6FV3RTCK7BI/

    “I realise this is an okay place, it’s about five years old, but I just feel betrayed by the owner.” Not a charity love.
    “The woman recognised the rent she was paying was low compared to other houses in the area,” She wants a free ride.
    “The owner knows I’m a pensioner. I just feel majorly betrayed.” Dont play the pensioner card. How much does the daughter pay?
    Maybe you should call the SLG. You voted for her.

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  23. Watching a half arsed NZ TV show with contestants. One contestant was an over the top idiot called Guy. The man is a complete tosser on speed.

    Just discovered he is golly’s boyfriend. They are an ideal match and suit each other.

    One of the questions was who is Clark Gayfords partner. The answer was Ardern. I would have said the Nanny.

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  24. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/ardern-says-rise-in-family-and-sexual-violence-stain-our-society-ahead-wellington-protest?auto=6245599967001

    “We have a role as Government, but we all do in changing some of what we have seen day to day in our society,” said the Prime Minister in relation to preventing sexual violence.

    The Minister for Prevention of Family and Sexual Violence, Marama Davidson, will be speaking at tonight’s event, along with a number of young Wellingtonians who say they are fed-up with not feeling safe in their city.

    Rally organiser Jahla Lawrence told TVNZ’s Breakfast that people in the capital are becoming restless and want action.

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  25. South Island prioritised in multimillion-dollar Tourism Infrastructure Fund
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/south-island-prioritised-in-multimillion-dollar-tourism-infrastructure-fund.html

    The South Island is being prioritised for a multimillion-dollar fund to build infrastructure for visitors – such as toilets and carparks – in regions hard-hit by lack of tourists.

    Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has confirmed the final of five rounds of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund – launched in 2017 under National – will prioritise Kaikōura, MacKenzie-Aoraki Mt Cook, Queenstown, Fiordland and South Westland districts.

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    • The PCR test is probably picking up on the fingerprint of the coronavirus (from the mRNA “vaccination”) and the lab techs are concluding that they have a “positive” test result. They would need to confirm the presence of active WuFlu-viruses to be sure.

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  26. Wisconsin House Passes Law Banning Mandatory COVID Vaccines

    The Wisconsin House has recently passed two bills that would ban mandatory vaccines. The bills would make it illegal for a business or the government to require that employees receive the vaccine. The bills come as multiple states and countries are planning on requiring vaccine passports to allow someone to live their lives.

    https://www.thewashingtongazette.com/2021/03/wisconsin-house-passes-law-banning.html?utm_source=patriots&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialshare

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  27. Hi Ed, I’m one of the prowlers who enjoy reading your blog, but have never joined up, after having trouble loading comments, I thought bugger it, I’ll register. See if that makes any difference. Cheers I’m on board.

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  28. Aussie: $90B of welfare taken out of the economy with the end of Covid Job Keeper payments.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_BEoPCUZ5I
    ‘Public servants and billionaires profit while others lose livelihoods from lockdowns’

    University of Queensland Professor James Allan says “public servants” and “billionaires” profited while small business owners “lost their livelihoods” as a result of the lockdowns.

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  29. Australia ratcheting up this No Gas concept.
    Will the Aussies fight back? and drive a stake through their hearts, against the ‘Greens’ bureaucrats, technocrats, who will ratchet things on all the time.

    …… [Australia NSW] Canterbury Bankstown mayor, Khal Asfour, defended the plans to Daily Mail Australia, which he said ‘will create thousands of jobs, bring in billions of dollars in investment’ to the area.

    ‘No, I am not banning all gas appliances in our City. What I am doing is presenting a vision.’

    ‘What we are proposing in the two town centres is to gradually move away from reliance on fossil fuels and move more and more towards renewable energy.’

    ‘This is one of the biggest things we can do to reduce our future carbon emissions, and work towards our commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050.’

    He added that portable gas bottles could still be used, if strata laws allowed them.

    ‘We are not proposing to change the existing rules for barbecues that are fuelled by portable gas canisters, and they can still be used in new apartment buildings subject to individual building strata laws.’

    Gas-powered heating could be on the way out as plans such as the one put forward by City of Canterbury Bankstown

    The plans were supported by the Climate Council, which said they should be adopted across all of New South Wales.

    ‘Gas is a fossil fuel driving climate change, which is hurting Australians now and driving up prices’ a Climate Council spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

    ‘In the electricity sector, gas is already being out-competed by clean, affordable, reliable renewable energy.’ ….
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9416225/Sydney-crazy-plan-ban-Canterbury-Bankstown-using-GAS.html

    New Zealand is already sliding down this slippery slope,
    Bottled gas will go up on price, not because of shortage of supply, though that will bite eventually or increased demand, but more to the cost of not having sufficient through put on the overall gas infrastructure, as the government screws every body over.

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  30. Who believes Biden Harris administration about trying to slow down the immigration rush.
    Just noting the action of how things are flowing across the border.

    This will increase even much more!

    The “banned” video is 7 mins 20 seconds and explains what he sees at the airport.
    The tickets, talking to the new immigrants, given plane tickets, cash, English aids for not speaking any English.

    Plenty of other sources by people like on twitter noticing these people who ask these written questions to where their flight is, etc…

    The 2nd video 11 mins is mainly about the border wall, where it stops and starts, the open door parts, no security, no cameras, no law enforcement, just drive through. It looks abandoned.

    https://summit.news/2021/03/30/exclusive-video-illegal-immigrants-with-envelopes-of-cash-seen-at-airport-flying-around-us-illegally/

    Reuters here admitting there is a problem, but sort of normal, but sell the concept that they will be turned back.
    Investigative journalism, certainly not;- if it exposes their sainted Biden & Harris.
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/more-than-a-million-migrants-expected-at-us-mexico-border-this-year-us-official/ar-BB1f8ql9

    All that is slowing things back in NZ are the monitored isolation quarantine as the UN Global Migration Pact would be in full action here too.

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