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Made my annual pilgrimage to the local RSA Wall of Remembrance yesterday. Put a poppy next to my fathers name on the wall.

 

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  1. How New Zealand became ‘Aotearoa’ in 182 years:

    Tribalism (1400–1839) > Dictatorship (1840) > Democracy (1893) > Idiotocracy (1996) > Ardernocracy (2017) > Tribalism (2021–)

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  2. Well over 200 at the Waimate Dawn Service. The service featured the sinking of the transport ship Marquette in the Aegean Sea in late 1915. Among the 167 fatalities were 32 New Zealanders, including 10 members of the New Zealand Army Nursing Service. Of these 10 six had a connection with Waimate, either born here or who had trained/worked at the Waimate Hospital.

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  3. Glacier avalanche kills at least eight people in India’s Himalayan state, nearly 400 rescued
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2021/04/glacier-avalanche-kills-at-least-eight-people-in-india-s-himalayan-state-nearly-400-rescued.html

    At least eight people died and 384 were rescued after a glacier broke triggering an avalanche close to the Indo-China border in the Indian state of Uttarakhand on Friday (local time), a Government official said.

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  4. Shamelessly nicked from Telegram:

    “Can you tell me if this sounds abusive? 😔

    My friend’s husband won’t let her visit any friends or family. He has made her stop all contact with them unless it’s on the phone or computer. He reads and censors her comments on social media.
    He makes her feel like she’s going crazy for thinking he’s controlling, and that she is being ungrateful. (After all, he’s only doing this because of how much he cares about her.)

    He doesn’t want her going to the gym anymore, so she doesn’t go. He also doesn’t let her go to work anymore (he told her to only rely on him for income and that he will take care of her).

    She’s not really allowed to go out anymore unless it’s for necessities, and when she does, he makes sure to have people guilt trip her about it and shame her for it.

    He wants her to have this medical procedure done and tells her that if she does it, he will allow her more freedom.

    He constantly says he’s only doing all of this because he cares… he is just doing it for her own good.

    Oh, wait….did I say, husband? I meant the government.

    My bad.

    You have been conditioned to be outraged if another person did this to their spouse, but be passive & compliant when it comes to our government. “

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  5. And another good one nicked from Going Postal:

    LetEnglandShake • 19 minutes ago
    They’d better watch out.

    “The most terrifying force of death comes from the hands of ‘Men who wanted to be left Alone’.

    They try, so very hard to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love.

    They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it.

    They know the moment they fight back, the lives as they have lived them, are over.

    The moment the ‘Men who wanted to be left Alone’ are forced to fight back, it is a small form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be.

    Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these ‘Men who wanted to be left Alone’, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives.

    They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror.

    TRUE TERROR will arrive at the Left’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy, but it will fall upon deaf ears.”
    Amen to that.

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  6. Well looking for a postive of nz eventually becoming full blown ccp controlled at least we wont have to put up with the treaty and te teo shit for much longer, my guess is the maori trouble makers will get “re educated” or disapeared just like the uighurs have in mainland china. Wonder if thats why cindy and scribbles refuse to call it genocide?
    Moari are too stupid and lured to$$$ too easily so will happily vote themselves into that shituation.

    Beyond that their are no positives 🙁

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    • …..”Beyond that their are no positives”……

      I can’t see that the Islamists will get much of a hearing over their demands for sharia law. Ditto for National & their Vatican masters over assisted suicide.

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      • True that but most of them will ditch nz before it gets that far anyway.

        Why the grudge on “assisted suicide”? Youre hung up on religion, i have zero belief in sky daddy yet totally opposed to it. Bring peoples faith into the argument is as pathetic as liberals screaming racism at everything they dont like.

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          • Suicide wasnt illegal to start with, if youre too gutless to take care of it yourself then you shouldnt burden someone else with it.

            I find it bizzare that humans do everything they can to cling to life and endure enourmous pain and misery from treatments for a small % chance of living/extending life yet cant stomach the thought of suffering the same to die.

            Id support euthanasia if treatments for certain cancers and illnesses with poor outcomes are abondoned and replaced with euthanasia options, i find it appalling that one could waste precious health resources for many months/years to just say fuck it and euthanize. You shouldnt be able to have your cake and eat it too.

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            • Historically suicide was illegal in NZ. Ironically it was a capital offence.

              And I have never advocated for euthanasia…..only for assisted suicide. The legislation I wanted altered is contained in the Crimes Act of 1961 which makes anyone who supplies the means for someone to kill themselves guilty of manslaughter or worse.

              Even as a poorly educated retired cocky I can differentiate between suicide & euthanasia a distinction purposely overlooked by the religious, the ignorant & others who favour suffering before death. I want to be able to terminate my own life, by my own hand, should I desire. To facilitate this I want to be supplied with the means to do so.

              Nothing more & nothing less.

              Also, bringing others faith into any argument is valid. The religious nuts are the ones who organise opposition to my rights on the grounds that the voices in their heads tell them they should. I don’t care what they do with their own lives but their insistence on running mine will be resisted.

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            • We should immediately defund all hospices and turn them into assisted suicide centres.
              If you’re diagnosed with a terminal illness there’s an instant needle for you.
              The health savings would be huge and productivity would improve because relatives wouldn’t be taking time off work for weeks to hold hands with patients who drag out the dying process.

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              • Of course we could also allow the people who have a terminal illness their own choice in the matter. Some may want to earn their imaginary deity’s approval by dying screaming while others might just want to get it over & done with.

                You probably hold that we have discretion in who we marry, where we have our children educated & whether to have cosmetic surgery.

                Fact. We will die. What’s the problem when it comes to making our own choices on the timing?

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                • Nasska im all for people dying on their own terms but the thing that gets me is when the decision/approval involves someone else.
                  Thanks for clarifying in your recent posts, the main reasons i voted no were as above it involves others in the choice and also if its planned then family are likely to know and coerce or disuade patients, and also oddly enough i found the legislation too restrictive and narrowly defined. Im all or nothing on the issue, either have it open and accessable for all ppl of legal age (18?) wether sick or healthy after all its about choice aint it? I dont see why we have an obsession with “saving” everyone, life is no longer a choice it seems to be a requirement.

                  Anyways we’re gunna have to agree to disagree, i have a very different opinion on life and illnesses then mainstream views so accept ill always be “wrong” on the issue of life and death.

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              • Hospice is an amazing place. The staff support the patient and family throughout. You obviously have not experienced the care of a loved one Harvey through this process. I have very recently lost my daughter and at no time do they prolong life nor do they end one. They ensure the patient is comfortable. As a family we were very well supported throughout the final stages of the patients life.

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          • That’s true at present SA. My fear is that it will be come a slippery slope. It is not too hard to imagine coercion by a totalitarian regime. Come on SA you won’t get vaccinated, it’s obvious your life is no longer worth living. just sign here and take a pill. Or maybe I am just a conspiracy theorist.

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  7. A KiwiSaver’s pandemic panic

    A recent complaint investigated by Financial Services Complaints Limited (FSCL) has highlighted the need for personal finance advice before making hasty decisions around changing KiwiSaver fund types.

    In mid-February 2020, Janet’s KiwiSaver balance was $90,000, however, by March 23, as New Zealand headed into the first level 3 and 4 lockdowns, her balance had fallen to $74,000.

    Janet panicked and requested her provider move her into a conservative fund. The provider warned her that market downturns and corrections were common, and it was a matter of waiting out the pandemic-induced downturn.

    https://www.goodreturns.co.nz/article/976518474/a-kiwisaver-s-pandemic-panic.html

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    • Let stupid people make stupid decisions, tbh i wouldnt trust any advice from the providers as their main priority is looking after themselves and making money from you, your best interests are only an after thought.

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    • So Janet is really Karen.

      Sounds like ‘Janet’ is a composite person to tell a story.

      These things are markets.
      Markets go up and down.

      I know someone who turned 65 in 2018 and left his money in.
      He cleaned it out as the market declined in early 2020
      He was down 40k.
      Then the funds recovered.
      Oh Dear.
      That happens.

      Spilt milk and all !

      I happened to check on Wednesday
      I have PIE Accounts.
      Better flexibility.
      Different split funds.
      On Wed they were on year on year up between 23% and 33%

      Because you have some control on Kiwisaver does not mean you should exercise it.
      A better strategy is to to balance with some in in conservative funds and some in growth funds.

      Amateurs playing with the market.
      There same people get to vote every three years.
      And generally they dont have a real clue about that either.

      I was winding up a chappie up over Easter that there should not be universal voting.
      I dont know anything about cricket and dont pick the NZ cricket team.
      I dont know anything about rugby these days so don’t pick the NZ rugby team.
      Why should people who have no clue about politics – and worse, are severely misinformed by lying media filth- get to pick the political team that run the country?
      He started screaming and cursing at that point.
      It appears my parents were not actually married and I am a woman’s body part.
      Not -really-elected List MP Marama would be so disappointed in him.

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          • You can chose which Kiwisaver fund to go with and review annual comparisons of performance

            You can chose the mixture of funds from the likes of conservative, medium, or aggressive/growth and further offshore; mixed as local/offshore; Trans-tasman, and so on

            there is a lot of choice.

            The first 4 or so years were wild west with idiots like Gareth Morgan and the dodginess of Huljich Funds with Brash and Banks as (allegedly) dodgy Directors.
            It has ironed out better now but I would avoid Sam Stubbs Simplicity
            That geezer is weird and I suspect very dangerous with OPM.

            In essence Kiwisaver is a poorly thought out scheme (Cullen, say no more)
            For self employed there is SFA benefit ($500 a year gift ) so running a PIE Account with its versatility can be better.

            People do not have to be in Kiwisaver – not compulsory like AU – and can manage their own funds or use a mix of managed funds.

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        • They have

          The US QE – Quantitative Easing from 2008 has pumped money into an deflationary environment
          This has meant more and more in circulation but not creating notable inflation -more just holding its own.
          After the shocks of 2008 a few years later this extra money has found its way into sharemarkets – inflating share prices
          Money is seeking a home and with standard supply and demand, Econ 101, the greater money supply has raised share prices.
          Occurring in NZ for the last year plus the WW impact of US QE radiated out to world markets.
          A rising tide lifts all ships.

          There were three main strategies for Govt to pursue after the 2008 economic system events
          Quantitative Easing – increase money supply USA solution
          Austerity – British Govt (running down the NHS, poolicing, education, etc )
          Borrow and hope – hope for recovery – NZ approach

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    • How were the financial providers supposed to predict the effect of the pandemic on investments when nobody knew how the pandemic would play out? “Janet panicked” says it all. needs to take responsibility for her decisions. I bet Janet also expects companies to be totally clean environmentally and ethically pure. You can’t have everything Janet.

      “Over the next few months, Janet requested a large amount of information including what steps the provider had taken to minimise the effect of the pandemic on investors.”

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      • The moron Dunedin city Council got rid of funds circa 2014 that were not into ‘ethical shit’
        Somehow they made a loss of ratepayers money in a rising sharemarket.
        Who is really the ethical one?

        Auckland did the same stupid thing a few years later with that nasty Penny Hulse creature pushing it.
        She is now on the commiddee under Mahutas to review Local Govt for the ‘next 30 years’.
        Thats where your eruption will be.

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        • That’s a good question Howitis, how does one decide what is ethical. Is a drug company pushing a dangerous and untested vaccine ethical? Not in my view, however it is likely to pass ethical screens for most if not all Kiwisaver funds.

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      • also
        “Over the next few months, Janet requested a large amount of information including what steps the provider had taken to minimise the effect of the pandemic on investors.”

        one of the two comments to the article
        It seems the complainant wanted an awful lot of advice without paying for it.

        Said person was probably not in a position to process it anyway.
        Either you are in ‘managed funds’ or you manage yourself.
        Looks like said person could not tell the difference.

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    • you say
      ‘I hope you guys like soy and insect diets.’

      Are you referring to the creature that turns up part time and does praying mantis impersonations.

      Occasionally known as a prime minister; full time known as a liar.

      will little Neve need counselling in future years after seeing those teeth, bobbing head, and flailing arms at close range in her early years ?

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  8. Lest We Forget.

    Today we remember the bravery of the hundreds of thousands of 20th century men and women who valiantly fought for freedom against various external threats – rapacious imperialism, fascism and communism.

    But now these threats have been largely internalised and the threat to our freedom comes from within. Who will fight for us in the 21st century? My brothers and sisters, now us the time to stand up for your liberty and be prepared to fight for the vital freedoms that our Anzac heroes so valiantly preserved for their children and grandchildren.

    If we surrender now to the totalitarians in our midst the battle will be lost for ever. We face a fight which is every bit as vital as the external threats our forbears faced and its insidious internal corruption of our society is way, way worse than Japanese bayonets or German bombers (bad as they were).

    If we fail to act now, we will all be living in a digital Warsaw Ghetto within 2 years.
    This is not a drill. This is real.

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    • When are we going to do the same?
      Its very easy to collect up voting papers and no one ever questions that you are the person that votes.
      If you believe that Labour and the Greens don’t vote harvest in the retirement villages I have the lotto numbers for you.

      No person, no id No Vote.

      My son currently rents. At the last election, 3 different sets of voting papers turned up in his mail box. He could have voted any of them and no one would have been the wiser.
      I have had the same with my rentals. Tenants move on and never advise anyone. Postie brings the papers. And now what happens as letter boxes are being deleted? How long will NZ Post continue to deliver mail. I have had No letters delivered to me for weeks. All email now.
      Voting papers will become like the census.
      Its bad enough now and going to get worse.

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  9. ‘…the threat to our freedom comes from within…”

    When you have had two generations of safety and prosperity, people grow comfortable with the status quo. They will tend to prioritize safety over freedom. Karens in particular choose safety over freedom every single time.
    Therefore, as Karens gain more and more influence, your society will become keener and keener to wear masks and always record the codes of the places they visit (as instructed). They will be all too obliging to inform on their neighbors to the authorities.

    Such a society is pre-set for the introduction of a CCP-styled social-media-based social-control system, dominated by Big Tech in close ties with a socialist state.

    Where are we now?

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  10. Lol, AOC won’t show up. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R) has challenged AOC to a debate on the Green New Deal.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smcD1QB5KaY
    Marjorie Taylor Greene Insults AOC After Claiming They Will Hold Green New Deal Debate In The House

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Au1srQpOBo
    “The Green New Disaster”: GOP Senator Slams Climate Proposal From Markey and AOC
    Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) ripped the Green New Deal legislation reintroduced this week by Sen. Ed Markey (D-NY) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

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    • It’s not violence, but a selfish betrayal of trust that could have lifelong consequences.

      Cries of “violence” are often used by the woke as an excuse for real violence against people whom they disagree with. “I need an excuse to do violence, so I will fabricate one.”

      “Mis-gendering is violence” is the cry of people who want to beat up someone for calling someone by the gender deemed incorrect.

      Remind me. What do we call people who use violence against those who disagree with them?

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  11. How to piss of the bitch.
    NZ talent pissess of its promoter.
    Clark doing crybabies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyRbFNEHMXs
    And for her.
    One who objected was former Prime Minister Helen Clark, who said at the time that the concerts would represent a “home invasion” of noise.
    Yeah.

    https://scontent.fhlz3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.6435-9/176082703_2988213634734264_7798014221468498386_n.png?_nc_cat=1&ccb=1-3&_nc_sid=9267fe&_nc_ohc=EVJx2SerjCoAX_0qT5O&_nc_ht=scontent.fhlz3-1.fna&oh=887bf88800b0560480ae1c555bd3964b&oe=60A98194

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    • I came home last night just after 10 pm
      I went slightly out of the way in Dominion Rd
      Concert event seemed very organised .
      Roads actually blocked on incl to the Klarkenfuhrer Dark Castle in Broomstick Lane

      Lots of taxis about.
      Those Indians got through the border.
      Nothing will stop them.

      I could hear the concert clearly in my back yard.
      The music was fine and I have not heard six60 before.
      On a summer evening that could be good.

      The sound can travel from Western springs but distorted by then.
      This time it was clear
      Last night was moving cloud cover so sound varied as cloud went over, then clear sky.

      Only six of these a year
      Bring it on.
      We dont want dead cities.
      Oh, Is Cullen dead yet?

      And his stable mate (oops, sorry Jizzinduh), Klarkenfuhrer, can stay away- for a long time.
      Iceland would be good.
      It will suit her personality (icy); Language won’t matter -I cant understand her anyway – whether her version of English or Icelandic, and it is far away

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  12. Here is a link to a movie the barman (from Vanuatu) at ‘Four Shells Kava Bar’ (Victoria Markets, Auckland) recommended to me. It’s called “Tanna”. I’ve only seen 10 minutes of it but if you are looking for something nice to watch this weekend it may be a goody for you. It’s filmed on location on the island of Tanna.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSVVRqu4Pgg

    BTW if you are looking for something to do on Saturdays meet me at the Kava bar from 4:00 pm to about 6:30. Lot’s of interesting people most Saturdays although last night there were only 4 drinkers 🙂

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  13. Has anyone realised there is a British election due?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldYydLNX6lg
    ‘Nuclear Dom’: Boris Johnson accused by Dominic Cummings of illegal use of donations

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is being accused of an unethical and possibly illegal plan to fund the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlTdUu96t88
    ‘It stinks’: Boris Johnson urged to explain flat refurbishment funding

    The prime minister is being urged to explain how the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat was paid for, following claims from his former chief adviser Dominic Cummings.

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    • That nasty wee Carrie the Commie has Boris’s mojo in an old coke bottle; locked away.
      He is dead set useless now.
      A lot of concern about this in UK.
      A lot of friction within Cabinet.
      Many can see the unelected bitch’s nasty ways.

      Carrie Symonds = Evita.

      Another one from comfortable middle class without any hardship in her background trying to change things.
      Just like Mao Zedong.

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  14. My mates old man was a total ken cindy lover a few months ago, now his business is starting to wobble hes waking up to reality.
    Damn near pissed myself this morning when he blurted out “well i think us kiwis are about to get arse raped by the govt, seems like our finance minister is actually qualified and experienced for that job” … not so sure about that mate, he comes across as the bitch/taker but either way im sure he enjoys it.

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    • If the mates old man is in southland surely typou have grounds to run him out odf town
      Send him to Dunnydin where he would be bedda off.

      …. our finance minister is actually qualified and experienced for that job….
      Yeah sure. Robbers son from Dunnydin.

      His old man was jailed for financial fraud,
      A Couple of years in early 1990s when white collar crime was treated lightly (still is, relatively)
      Stealing from his employer and pissing away the money with gambling.
      Those genes are in the Robbers son.

      Zero financial quals whatsoever.
      Bill English had double degree in Finance plus a BA in la di da stuff and worked at Treasury.
      Grunts first job was giving away other peoples money in Faʻafafine land of Samoa.

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      • Yep southland, theyve always voted nats since forever but they got totally sucked into the cindy saved 80k lives shit and for the last 12mmths the sun shone out her arse but now they realize those rays of light are really just shit.

        The maorification of everything makes him wild too, and his knee replacement has been delayed several times due to lockdown backlogs, i get great joy in loudly saying “you voted for it so live with it” 🙂

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        • “for the last 12mmths the sun shone out her arse ”

          Can they claim temporary insanity?

          Old Norm Jones was the MP from there
          He was as far from politically correct as you would get.
          A sense of fairness.
          He lost a limb in WW2 action.

          I did see him speak in Parliament.
          He was a very good speaker.
          Had been a teacher before parliament – and yet joined Notional, not liebour.

          He would turn in his grave at the pathos of today including the silliness of Sarah Dowie.

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      • howitis……. Don’t forget the lovely creature known to all and sundry as the sewer.

        Her mother was arrested for benefit fraud that I understand was double dipping. Interesting that the daughter is now responsible to hand out dosh to beneficiaries.

        Associating with criminals must be a requirement to be a member of the laibour caucus.

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        • That is why I repeatedly say:-
          The Sixth Labour Government of Jizzinda Ardern is Pro-crime.
          Crime all the way.

          Lies, crime, criminals, poofs, the indolent, apartheid -that is their gig
          Thug in a suit, Special K is their mindless enforcer.

          It is the price we pay for them, St Ashen face, and Hendy saving 80,000 lives
          ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////

          Aint it great we have free speech….. until August

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  15. Odakyu-sen
    You have been rumbled.

    Japanese man arrested for simultaneously dating 35 women to get birthday gifts
    A Japanese man took dating to the next level after reportedly simultaneously becoming involved with at least 35 women in order to receive a steady influx of birthday gifts.

    Japan Today reports that 39-year-old has been arrested for his serial relationship scheme, as authorities launched a probe into accusations that he scammed several women by leading them to believe he was serious about dating them for the long haul.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/asia/300285731/japanese-man-arrested-for-simultaneously-dating-35-women-to-get-birthday-gifts

    He reportedly met at least 35 of his victims through his job at a marketing company, which sells shower products.

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  16. Chloe sorearse is gunning for greyhound racing, as it’s cruel!
    You just watch, if she wins that, she will be after the gee gees!
    All the money paid to Whinestone, they might as wdll pissed up against the wall!

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    • Oh noo! Not my good looking Gee gee.

      They are sure trying to takeover our local racecourse and turn it into shit housing.
      All manner of goings on. Labour, the nats, Greens and all inclusion with developers cause it would give them a housing estate with it’s own golf Club.,

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      • I see in New Plymouth the council wants to build a stadium in the middle of the racecourse in town!
        Anywhere on the course you will not see the track, out the back even if you are sitting in the stands!

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        • So they dont want things to be transparent.

          Clearly they do not want to be the most transparent council ever !!
          nor for the punters to benefit from transparency.

          Where did you say the lying c*nt Angry Little is from ?

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  17. Big Banks Charged Billions in Overdraft Fees During the Worst Months of the Pandemic
    Recent financial disclosures show overdraft to be lucrative for commercial banks, and a burden on their most vulnerable customers.

    Last week, the country’s largest banks announced their quarterly earnings, crushing estimates and expectations nearly across the board. It marked another surprisingly profitable quarter in what’s become quite a run since the coronavirus hit the U.S. over a year ago. Banks, to the surprise of nobody, have been among the first American institutions to recover, and have done so dramatically. Millions of working people lag behind.

    One of the more unheralded profit centers that has driven that money train is the return of overdraft fees. In the last three months of 2020, 12 of the 15 largest American banks, all of them with consumer-facing banking operations, reaped huge revenue just from slapping overdraft fees on needy and vulnerable Americans during the very worst days of the pandemic.

    https://prospect.org/economy/big-banks-charged-billions-in-overdraft-fees-during-pandemic/

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  18. Titania McGrath @TitaniaMcGrath
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    Apr 23
    I am delighted that the UN has elected Iran to this commission on women’s rights and gender equality.
    With virtually ZERO prosecutions for domestic violence or misogynistic hate crime, Iran is a feminist paradise. 👏✊

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    • Well done that man!!!

      I am coming to the conclusion that COVID-19 is WAR between the GOVERNMENT and their financial allies (bureaucrats, beneficiaries, universities, media, big business) and the PEOPLE (that’s us at YSB!)

      WAR!!!

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      • Did you see the images of the queues of people in Perth lining up for testing yesterday? Notice the age of them –my guess most of them were in their 20s or early 30s. A real sign the education system has failed. Have they not worked out by now that their age group (and those younger than them) are least likely to be affected. Even if they get this socalled virus then they probably will not know they have had it.

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  19. Why do the pigs both here and overseas dress in
    black? Intimidation? The pastor is correct. They look like and act
    like the Gestapo. And as for the fat Karen trying to be official,
    she’d be a shoo in here in the creature Ardern’s government.

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    • I remember kneeling once, sitting on my feet and scratching at a beesting on my foot, yes it felt wonderful. I was in a crowded room and yes there were some dodgy comments lol, Pfft as if…

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  20. More than 100 Defence Force personnel have refused to get the Covid-19 vaccine, with the likelihood they’ll be moved off from posts outside MIQ facilities as a result, Peeni Henare says.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/over-hundred-defence-force-workers-refused-covid-19-vaccine-minister?auto=6250252868001
    Chief of Defence Force Air Marshal Kevin Short issued a stern warning to personnel on the Defence Force’s internal network. Short says people had the choice to refuse the vaccine, but it would come with consequences.

    “Electing to not meet the baseline immunisation readiness criteria will result in a review of an individual’s future service,” he says.

    It was a decision made on a case-by-case basis, but “they may have their employment terminated”, he told RNZ’s Morning Report.

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    • That map of the world is colored based on the percentage of people who would not want someone of a different race to be living next to them.
      Perhaps their response is based on experience. If you live in a part of the world where people of a race different to your own will try to kill you simply because of your race, then such a response is to be expected.
      Think of the possibilities.
      A nazi: “I would not want to want to live next to someone of an inferior race.”
      An Indian: “I would not want to want to live next to someone of an different race to me, because they would try to hurt me. I want me and my family to be safe.”
      An American: “Do you really think I am going to answer that question in a way you think I will?”

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    • Something wrong here. I looked at South Africa on both links… One says Not Racist, the other says very racist. I think it’s all bullshit, and surveys like that are meaningless… As for New Zealand, its fucking racist.

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  21. Taranaki daily news, website churnalist interviewing her computor. She has a write up about the ANZAC parades around taranaki today. They had some aeroplanes flying around, an Orion, two Yaks, and a Catalina Boat Plane! The Catalina is a Seaplane, a Seaplane!! Sweetie!

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