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  1. Two mice are sitting in a bar having a beer ,one says to the other “have you had the covid vaccine yet” “are you fucking joking they haven’t finished the human trials yet ”
    Sorry if it’s already been posted.



  2. Face book hacked even though information maybe a few years old, back to all before 2019.

    …. A user in a low level hacking forum on Saturday published the phone numbers and personal data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users for free online.

    The exposed data includes personal information of over 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries, including over 32 million records on users in the US, 11 million on users in the UK, and 6 million on users in India.
    It includes their phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birthdates, bios, and – in some cases – email addresses.

    Insider reviewed a sample of the leaked data and verified several records by matching known Facebook users’ phone numbers with the IDs listed in the data set.
    We also verified records by testing email addresses from the data set in Facebook’s password reset feature, which can be used to partially reveal a user’s phone number. ….

    APR 3, 2021

    Now how will all that information be recycled? reused?

    Sure you did not use face book?
    if you just know or email or have any contact with someone who uses facebook than they could possibly have a datafile on you as well.
    All connected up with those damm links. etc..

    Always, use fake information for FAKe Book.
    Better still Fake Information for all government departments.



  3. Avi Yemini on the case.

    Mehmet had just returned to Adelaide from Melbourne, where he was working.
    One of the lockdown rules was that he had to take a Covid-19 test upon arrival.
    No problem.
    Mehmet quarantined himself at home and waited for the government’s mobile Covid testing unit.
    He signed up for their first available time slot — they’d come to him.

    Trouble is, that was a few hours outside of the 24-hour rule. And that’s when the riot squad came roaring in.

    OUT OF CONTROL: Riot police storm family home because dad didn’t get Covid test fast enough.
    on 5th October 2020
    8 mins 53 secs : Published April 1, 2021

    More written here.

    It all takes time for things to go to Court, and I would think there will be many more cases.
    There will be some we will not hear off as with stress, high costs, they have capitulated.
    So the government rules by terror, creating so many different fears.

    They need to be held to account, and good on Avi Yemini, & Rebel News being a place to raise up for every one to see what government decrees, breaking laws, and treating people as slaves.
    And they fight back. 🙂



  4. A short homily for the pious amongst us:

    A very religious man lived right next door to an atheist. While the religious one prayed day in,
    day out & was constantly on his knees in communion with his Lord, the atheist never even
    looked twice at a church.

    The atheist’s life was good, he had a well-paying job & a beautiful wife while his children were
    healthy & good-natured. Alas, the pious man’s job was strenuous & his wages were low, his wife
    was getting fatter & his kids wouldn’t give him the time of the day. So one day, deep in prayer, the
    religious man raised his eyes towards heaven & asked, “Oh God, I honour you every day, I ask your
    advice for every problem & confess to you my every sin. Yet my neighbour, who doesn’t even believe
    in you & certainly never prays, seems blessed with every happiness, while I go poor & suffer many
    an indignity. Why is this?”

    And a great voice was heard from above, “Because he doesn’t keep bothering me all the time!”



  5. Faaaaark what an appalling waste of money, take that up the arse chch

    1.How the hell does it cost 3mil per km to install cycle lanes?
    2. Whats the roi for braindead ideas like this? For 301mil what savings does it make in its carbon offset etc.
    3. Its about green fuckwits reducing emissions etc yet it seems theyre heavily reliant on fossil fuels to construct them and not to mention all the bitumen and cement used to pave the lanes…  

    Bout time cyclists have a rego/ ruc/toll system to start funding this shit.  The spending on whacko ideas like this is totally outve control



  6. Here’s a good thing that syas fuck you to the climate freaks.

    We should all have one. possibly not going to be available here . well yet.
    Plenty of aussies would like one as well I suspect.

    Nissan, maker of the world’s most popular electric vehicle, has just revealed this; a V8-powered, Nismo-tuned Patrol. Makes sense, especially when there are growing numbers of cities, countries and even car makers pledging to stop sales of combustion-powered vehicles…

    The nearly-three-tonne SUV’s 5.6-litre naturally aspirated V8 produces 298kW of power and 560Nm, the same as the normal Patrol sold here, but Nismo has applied its touches elsewhere.


    The cheapest part of motoring has always been the petrol. Guess they will do a diesel version.
    If you want to know, Nissan claims fuel consumption of 14.4L/100km for the standard Patrol.

    Beat the shit out of a Hummer i’d guess. Where are Hummers made? Well I can imagine a few Yankee doodles wanting one of these.



  7. One of the economic lessons we are determined not to learn is that government cannot regulate prosperity. Each generation must learn, from scratch, this lesson. Helpfully, we already know the script.

    A successful economy is, over time, corroded by a growing layer of restrictions. Each set of regulations imposes an unintended and unanticipated cost or outcome. This necessitates further rules and government oversight. Eventually the entire system becomes so overwhelmed that it either grinds to a halt or there is a sudden and dramatic economic liberalisation.

    We last saw this in Aotearoa when Muldoon ran about the country slapping on an escalating series of controls that a determined professional class would set about to undermine, necessitating new laws, rules and a flurry of proclamations.


    More lawyers fees coming for us all.



    • The leftist nuts worldwide are trying their darndest to bankrupt countries and crash ecconomies… carefull what you wish for its gunna bite them hard on the arse with hot lead or a pitchfork when it goes nasty.



      • I heard a discussion on “cancelling competency” because that is racist! The new regime is set to cancel infrastructure building as Ed says because it was built by white men! Students of diversity taking university level maths, sciences and engineering are not expected to meet competency to pass their degrees because that would be racist.

        Wait for new infrastructure built by diversity to start failing and falling down. It couldn’t possibly be incompetency by diversity BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE RACIST!



  8. W G , It’s amazing how her “green new deal” has gone from the whole World laughing at her to being on the Harris / Biden agenda, have no fear these lightweights running NZ will be thinking along the same lines.



  9. Most of us have seen some evidence that Ardern is a spiteful narcissistic totalitarian. However, many of her worst changes are not reported in msm and are slipped into legislation in a steady stream. I get alerts on legislative changes and what I’m seeing is terrifying.

    The worst is yet to come.

    What we are seeing is Ardern laying the foundation for something far worse. Shits going to get real.



  10. An SCA investigation began on Wednesday into what caused the vessel to run aground in the canal and block the waterway for six days, the canal authority’s chairman, Osama Rabie, told the MBC Masr private TV late on Friday.

    “The investigation is going well and will take two more days, then we will announce the results,” he added.


    CAIRO—All ships stranded by the grounding of the giant container ship Ever Given in the Suez Canal in March had passed through the canal by Saturday, ending the backlog that built up during the blockage, the canal authority said.

    The last 61 ships, out of 422 ships that were queuing when the vessel was dislodged on Monday, passed through the vital trade artery on Saturday, the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said.

    So Egypt still gets its cash. Shipos are moving and it will take just a few days to tell all what happened.
    compare that to NZ.
    Weeks and weeks and years for any inquiry.
    Lots of desk jobbies and opinions.
    No wonder we have a problem.
    Oh and I forgot the whinging taniwha’s and Sacred places , you know what I mean.



  11. Update:

    Mikey has been shanked by a fellow inmate, following his inappropriate conduct in the showers. He faces further charges in relation to the incident.

    He is expected to make a full recovery and is reported to have remarked ‘Ive taken bigger pricks than that and lived’

    The Judge has directed a full Psych Report after Mikey was dragged from the bail hearing babbling about Kea’s killing all the Jews.



    • My comment on that article, 71 up votes and one downvoite so far:

      What has taken you so long to report this Daily Mail? Most people not addicted to television who get their news by carefully searching the internet and not relying on government propaganda rags knew this long ago.



    • I thought I might have a homestay student to help fill the coffers until I found out what was required and how much you actually received. It wasn’t worth the effort financially I could not believe it that the university could receive such huge fees from them and that the homestay people received so little and the expectation was huge, how often did they receive meat, how often you were expected to take them out on and on. Paying tax on it… ridiculous, this government is trying to ruin the country in every way imagined..



    • Further info posted this morning and with links.
      “affects Facebook users from 106 countries”
      ” leaked data includes Facebook IDs, full names, phone numbers, email address, and other personal identifiable information.

      I would have thought it would be a bigger news hit, but I guess they will figure something when scammers, identity theft, start using this material, to further other hacking attacks,

      Or setting up to record this, so better positioned for the likes of Matt Nippert or Spoonley & others to trawl through & dox people over other issues too.
      It can now be said that all that info is now “public record”



  12. Parked!

    Hawke’s Bay driver goes airborne, lands vehicle in fruit crates 10m above ground after fleeing police

    The spokesperson said despite the driver’s high-speed retreat from police, officers had not been pursuing the vehicle.

    She said she believes the driver did not have his headlights on and was unaware the road came to a dead-end.

    “From the reaction time, it was far too late once he realised,” Hall told the Herald.



    • Some more very unethical money making gossip.
      That so called ethical Meghan Markle in cahoots with Oprah.
      …. Clevr Blends, which Meghan last year proudly announced she was investing in as she praised its ethically sourced ingredients, has received almost 19 tons of oat milk powder from a company based in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang. ….
      …. Oprah Winfrey enthusiastically plugged the company on social media to her millions of followers …..
      ….. The supplier – Xinjiang Haiyan International Trade – has its head office within four miles of four suspected detention centres, including a possible maximum security prison, and an alleged re-education site. …..
      …. told that Clevr Blends stopped working with Xinjiang Haiyan several months ago and now uses a US supplier, …..
      …. Clevr received its first of five deliveries of oat milk powder from Xinjiang Haiyan on October 6. …..
      …. – totalling 8.8 tons – arrived on February 28, ….
      …. website also says it has a ‘traceability’ system so customers can pinpoint where products and raw materials come from.

      However, a prominent picture on the website of a whitewashed industrial building is a stock image used by a string of other Chinese companies, including a uPVC window and door supplier, a manufacturer of massage chairs and a truck manufacturer.

      Xinjiang Haiyan’s company logo appears to have been digitally placed on to the photo to make it appear as if it is emblazoned across the top of the building.
      An undercover MoS reporter contacted the company and was told by sales director Catherine Zhang that it could supply 344 tons of oat milk powder a month and that it boasts clients in the US, Australia and New Zealand. ….


      Wokersterism will be eventually eat her up.



  13. It’s very scary. In 2017 before Ardern and her idiots took over we had a good life and respected by the majority of overseas Govts.

    Now we have dumped our close friends and allies so we can cuddle up to communism. Ardern is a very dangerous individual with the gift of the gab but of low intelligence.

    It’s just a game to her, similar to dressing up as adults when she played with her little friends and clomping around in oversized shoes.

    This country is now run by idiots and thugs.



  14. Pfizer a “habitual offender” that “persistently” engages in illegal activity, study warns

    The relevancy of this study today cannot be overstated, especially as millions of Pfizer-BioNTech’s experimental Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines are being plunged into people’s arms daily. Can this multi-billion-dollar corporate behemoth really be entrusted with carrying the load of public health during a plandemic?





  15. Peter Schiff looks at the Bidens big spending, and can see the problems ahead.
    …. “In other words, he thinks the only way to create opportunities is to take money away from the entrepreneurs who earned it and have the government spending it ‘creating opportunity for other people, which basically is taking a stake to the very heart of capitalism.”
    …. So the opportunities that government is going to create and provide to the public are going to be at the expense of the opportunities that the private sector would have created and provided if it had the resources to do it.”….
    ….. Every single country that has tried to centrally plan its way to prosperity has been a complete and utter failure.
    The way to have opportunity and economic growth is to have more resources in the hands of the private sector and to limit as best as you can the resources that are consumed by government.”
    Ultimately, opportunities get smaller as government gets bigger.
    Biden claims this plan will create millions of “good jobs.”
    “Right, probably because the government is going to overpay.”

    Shows how priorities, and what is feasible has to be worked through, and then how government can “feelz” safe in ignoring what will be the many hard consequences,
    And so Ardern has also ignored advice, like over the Housing tax system.

    The same track of the Modern Monetary Theory, MMT, Magic Money Tree, that Ardern & Robertson are leading New Zealand down.



  16. Will a new Sir Francises Drake, a new Lord Nelson arise?


    “Good Queen Bess” who ruled for 40 years, that set the UK. up for centuries to come, well until now.
    If only they read the history books, of how the “Spanish Armada” was sent on its way.
    • “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” Winston Churchill.



  17. Good news nasska. The government and wellington council are going to bail out the tykes and their landmark church overlooking the wellington harbour. Needs 12 mil to make it usable.
    Just as well the Nats are not in power. They would do it all on their own.



  18. Tv 1 reporter went to the service were plod had the incident with motorcyclist yesterday, you have to ask why?
    What a waste of time and money she was. Could have sat at her desk in the station and achieved the same. A day late and a dollar short!
    Anyway the poolice run across the petrol station and look as though one of them pushed a road bike, with a fairing on. So not have been involved anyway! Are the poolice going to repair the blokes bike!
    Are the poolice exceeding their remit, bg been arseholes!



  19. A while ago RightoverLabour recommended two books in Holy’s book & wine club.
    I read The Forgotten Soldier and thoroughly enjoyed it. A very emotional journey.
    Today I started The Boy With No Shoes. About 90 pages in I’m finding it a little close to home, but nonetheless a moving read. Thanks RoL.



  20. Baby boy in Iraq becomes first ever human to be born with three penises

    In a first in medical history ever, a baby boy has been born with three penises, a team of doctors have revealed. According to the doctors, he is the first-ever human to be born with such an affliction. The baby was reported to have been born three months ago. The condition is called triphallia.




    • The funding & management of mental health in NZ is a disgrace & has been a disgrace for more than thirty years. Somehow it’s something I have come to expect from the Godaddled Nats but a caring, “kind” Labour Party should be pilloried for the neglect given their election promises in 2017.

      Then when a TV ad picks at the scab of an under-resourced health sector Labour’s arselickers (aka the luvies of the ASA) run interference for their beloved party & can it. Once again the vulnerable are thrown under the bus so that White Fang can appear kind.

      Don’t take your foot off the government’s throats David. For mental health patients your efforts to expose the cunts who run & vote for Labour are the only hope they have left



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