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  1. The horse faced creature should contact the Houston police department fast ,this morning they found 90 people living in a 3 bedroom house, here’s the simple answer to our shocking and worsening homelessness, get to it Cindy you lazy fucker.

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    • Heres an equation for ya revy, 1x trougher maori + 1x weekend = zero work and likely hung over, stoned or both.

      Only mp doing work today is mr seymour presenting his freedom of speech tour.

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  2. I gather the Horrid has some sensationalized story about David Seymour’s financial affairs today. Since I don’t read the bought and paid for government propaganda rag I would not have known had I not received an e mail from Mr Seymour this morning clarifying the situation. I have responded thus:
    Dear David,
    Thank you for your e mail concerning the Herald story about your property interests. I do not read the Herald and I accept your explanation without reserve. You still have my full confidence.
    Regards,

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    • Do you have full confidence in Seymour’s support for vaccine passports and his vote to renew the covid health response act – the one that lets cops enter your home without a warrant?

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    • Lol media muppet dont understand what inheritance is.

      The halarious thing is many whinging millenials and zoomers crying poor and cant buy a home will be in the same situation, family assets tied up in trusts theyre beneficiaries of… but the “i want it right now” mentality of them leads them to feature in sob stories on stuffed etc.
      I hope the boomer parents of those cunts restructure the trusts and adjust their wills accordingly to teach the brats a lesson.

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      • Your comment resonates very strongly with me. I won’t go onto details, but suffice it to say that things my children have allowed to slip out in conversation have show me that they view my wife and I mainly in terms of what property and moneys they will inherit. Mostly it’s framed as a ‘joke’. Hawever, many a true word etc.

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        • I have a family of step-children who have offered to negotiate a discount on their inheritance to receive it early. This disease has spread to one of my own brats who thinks I should stump up for a house deposit.
          Needless to say this attitude will result in greater benefit to my favourite charities that I originally intended and the entitled ones can get stuffed.

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          • That sux harvey im all for a hand up not hand outs like your sprog are asking.
            A loan with interest i see as a great way to help out your children if your in a position to do so but just expecting a no strings attached hand out is well into spoilt brat teritory and will only increase their sense of entitlement esp if theyre currently not very determined to save/sacrifice to get on the property ladder.

            I quite openly advise my parents to live it up and spend it all as they cant take it with them when they die, this of course gets me filthy looks and snarls from my sister but she’ll get over it.

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            • My partner was on the verge of bankruptcy (failed business venture) when we met, so we started with a good deal less than nothing. Paid everything back then started another business (successful this time).
              Having squandered every opportunity to set themselves up via education/career/income the offspring can FRO. There will be as many interest free loans issued as we enjoyed. Zip.
              Love them dearly, but owe them nothing.

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  3. A ‘balanced’ budget is on the way but not in the traditional sense.
    This year- in the absence of another major Covid outbreak- there will only be one and there is a word you should expect to hear a lot of ” balanced “.
    In other words if you are on the left of Politics don’t get your Hope’s upfor a big spending and transformative projects.
    The budget will still keep operational spending at modestly expansionary levals while not trying to bake much more in.
    This is a column by Luke Malpass the Political Editor at Stuff trying to convince a Nation that Grant Robertson is as prudent with the purse strings as John Key and Bill English but forgets to remind those Generations that will be paying this debt for years to come at the waste and extravagance that he has used to dish out Taxpayers money.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/124994681/a-balanced-budget-is-on-the-way-but-not-in-the-traditional-sense

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  4. Women are significantly outnumbered by men in the highest-paid jobs across government, an investigation into the gender gap at the top of the public service found.

    Some departments – including the Treasury, the New Zealand Customs Service and a trio of universities – are still so skewed at the top that only one or two women feature among their 10 highest earners, despite promises by Labour to improve the gender balance in the public sector’s upper ranks.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/gender-bias-in-government-men-hold-59-of-highest-paid-jobs/5XZVVZAWB7X63PIJH5GXMTNBBU/

    But actually it has to be wrong. Queer pricks are not men anymore they are rainbow delivers and as such should not be classed as men in high places.
    They have a differentmindset to ordinary biological men.
    Same for women of course and there seems to be plenty of them butch dames around.

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  5. Just watched a video I couldn’t get the link for from a Rotorua Lawyer who has looked at the legality of filling the Motels in Fenton st with dehoused people. Seems its actually illegal which I’m sure it will be. The town plan doesn’t allow motels to have lonterm occupiers.

    What fun that will cause.
    That fat prick Tamati will now get his balls in a tangle.
    That should cause a lot more angst for Cindy and her mate Chadwick.
    Probably applies to a lot of other towns as well.
    She might have to ship them all back to Auckland where there more than a few empty apartments comingup.
    No doubt they will hurriedly change the planning laws to suit.

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    • Even motor mouth Jackson gets it right occasionally.

      …..”iwi organisations have been too focused on building up their asset base rather than looking after their people”……

      What the Minister carefully ignores is that that the Maori elite have zero interest in looking after any of their people not living in their fiefdom. The Waitangi payouts are treated as the property of tribal leaders most of whom sat on their arses waiting for the cash to roll in while the more enterprising but less cunning Maori moved to the cities for work.

      Why these rank & file Maori can’t or refuse to see that they are used & abused by their “betters” beats me.

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      • The Scottish descendants are exactly the same.

        They go ‘home’ to Scotland to visit their ancestral estates and salute the clan Chieftain, completely oblivious to the reasons* their ancestors moved to NZ, Australia, SA and Nova Scotia.

        *The ‘Clearances’ were the eviction of the Scottish rural populations to make way for the Chieftains to engage in the more profitable activity of raising sheep.

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        • The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil

          Drama documentary adaptation of John McGrath’s play staged by the 7:84 theatre company dealing with the exploitation of the Scottish people throughout history, from the brutal evictions of the Highland crofters by landowners to make way for the more economically viable Cheviot sheep in the 18th century, the development of stag hunts in Highland game parks in the 19th century and finally the exploitation of resources during the oil boom of the 1970’s
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jxs1uYfD860

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      • A lot of the money goes on buying Range Rovers for the ‘upper crust’ Maori.

        This is in solidarity with their Indian bro(ther)s who were also colonized by The Brits.

        Range rover is owned by Tata Motors of India.

        The Brits left India 74 years ago.
        Three quarters of a century ago.
        India has not exactly displayed great progress in that time esp in societal construct.
        The other part of the real estate was Pakistan which fought multiple wars until the East broke away to form Bangladesh.
        None of these countries in 50 plus years have moved to first world status with the ‘colonizer’ gone.

        50 years ago Maori were being well integrated into NZ society.
        Generally, the majority of people were doing Ok without great want of the basics.
        Today we have Apartheid and the ditch between is growing ever greater.

        This apartheid is allowing significant pockets of Maoridom to be seeking out Bangladesh level standard of living rather than first world.
        But they will blame ‘the coloniser’ .

        Their leaders (sic) dont give a flying fudge cake.
        They want their Range Rovers and Mercedes.

        Note:-
        70 years ago in 1951 Korea was distinctly third world.
        Today South Korea is producing some of the most advanced cars in the world.
        I have a Korean car. All Good.
        Too much power for Tiger Woods though ! They have yet to make a blonde car.
        He handles those better.

        We can also see the contrast of leadership style between one people but two different leaders in North Korea and South Korea.
        Vastly different lifestyles.
        This seems to be what Liebour and esp Maori Liebour MPs want.
        This is what Apartheid delivers.
        I guess the Maori ‘upper crust’ will see the results of their efforts when they drive around the homelands and reservations in their bulletproof Range Rovers.

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        • Howitis@1308

          …And this is also true in Africa; take away the European and the ‘country / tribal area automatically goes downwards, the ‘locals’ getting increasingly-poorer, the ‘elite getting swiss bank accounts and weekend trips to London on Air Force One.

          Yet should one ask why this might be, the reaction is always one of anti-white invective; a most interesting response and one of complete avoidance of answering the (quite reasonable) question, while if one then asks the same person ‘What good has ever come out of Africa’ , the reply can bed readily imagined…

          As it saves the eardrums, one eventually concludes that it’s far easier if one doesn’t ask…

          So what good HAS come out of Africa’ ?

          Thank you.

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      • Nasska’s comment is one of the best on this site. I have had considerable business dealings with Maori who are not part of the Broreaucracy and all they get is to suck on the hind tit.

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  6. You’ll own………..happy.

    Los Angeles Landlord Says He is Now Homeless Due to COVID Eviction Moratorium
    “I was upset that the city of Los Angeles would suggest to me that I would go into a homeless shelter, when I own property in the city”
    Despite owning a duplex in the West Adams District, he says he’s forbidden from moving a tenant out of one of the units so he can move in.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/04/los-angeles-landlord-says-he-is-now-homeless-due-to-covid-eviction-moratorium/

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  7. A blonde was on trial for armed robbery.
    When the jury foreman announced “Not guilty,”
    the blonde leapt to her feet and screamed “Awesome!”
    “Does that mean I can keep the money?”

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      • The backlog is with the reporting of side effects Sooty.
        Much like our Ministry of truth, the real numbers on those experiencing side effects from the jab will be hidden.
        ‘Dead men tell no tales.’
        I have however stumbled onto a Pfizer vaccine study which has some information that is a bit disturbing. (Shedding)

        A Phase 1/2/3 Study to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, Immunogenicity, and
        Efficacy of RNA Vaccine Candidates Against COVID-19 in Healthy Individuals

        Pages 67-68.
        8.3.5.1. Exposure During Pregnancy

        “A male family member or healthcare provider who has been exposed to the study
        intervention by inhalation or skin contact then exposes his female partner prior to
        or around the time of conception”

        https://cdn.pfizer.com/pfizercom/2020-11/C4591001_Clinical_Protocol_Nov2020.pdf

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  8. Oh dear, more unintended consequences from the dumb arse clown car. The country’s teachers aren’t coping with difficult and kids with learning issues. Imagine if Labour hadn’t cancelled CHARTER schools, an alternative for these kids would have been available so this major problem for the teachers’ unions wouldn’t need solving.

    Nelson mum pleads for funding as 9yo son with Asperger’s told to leave third school in three years
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/05/nelson-mum-pleads-for-funding-as-9yo-son-with-asperger-s-told-to-leave-third-school-in-three-years.html

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  9. I agree with Willy, for a change. I would go further though and say it’s high time we Maori admit our parenting is shit and by far the biggest threat to our childrens’ ongoing welfare. It’s ridiculous to expect our so-called colonial oppressors to care more for our kids than we do. If we don’t want government agencies taking our kids, it’s not that hard to avoid. Give up the drugs, the cigs, the booze, put your kids first and use contraception if another child would bring financial hardship. If we really cared about our families, we wouldn’t be sitting back watching our investments grow, while everyone else picks up the bills for our dysfunction and crap parenting.

    As to Lee Williams and his Cross the Rubicon – is there anything less endearing than an immigrant whingeing about your country? As Hunty would say, fit in or fuck off Williams. Go home and fix your own country.

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    • There was a very knowledgeable, very Maori lady who used to comment on Flightlessbirdblog under the pseudonym ‘Northland Wahine’. She recognised that education was the key to the development of her people & identified two things that were holding them back which could be fixed by a change of attitude rather than money.

      One was the contempt some Maori women had for education. “You don’t need none of that book shit” doesn’t foster a love of learning amongst the tamariki.

      The other was the way daughters were kept home from school to look after their siblings while the mothers ‘went out’.

      Maybe Jackson & his ilk could address these problems instead of stirring up interracial discord to further the Labour Party’s vision of a divided society. My guess is that pigs will be doing aerobatics over the Waikato before this happens.

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  10. Yesterday I took Mrs Rissole for a drive in our car. A ‘tiki-tour’.

    We ended up on Castor Bay Beach.

    An older lady – probably grandma – and two youngish children were on the nearly deserted beach.

    ‘Grandma’ wore a large COVID mask… while the kids played in the filthy storm water drain from the busy road.

    NUTS.

    What has Jacinda done to this cuntry?

    Ditto Boris, Morrison and Trudeau???

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    • “What has jacinda done to this country?”

      Heres another perspective BGR, wtf have we let our country become?

      Sadly the people have just as big a part to play in it as our shitty politicians, weve stood back and given them free reign to do as they please.
      Imo the root cause is technology esp devices and social media, everyones a keyboard warrior and vent their frustrations near harmlessly online. Pre internet days if the masses were pissed off they hit the streets and had a major impact, today a facebook poll or uptick downtick seems to be the extent of it.

      Take voices for freedom for example just a barrage of emails and online bullshit nothing of real substance, they need to start many grassroots movements in many areas and towns and grow support from there. Its easy to reply online that yep youll be there or do this or that but when it comes to the real thing only 5%will show while the other 95% slag them off online for turning up and being conspiracy nutjobs.

      We’,re our own worst enemy and the politicians and puppetmasters know it and exploit that weakness.

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      • Tomorrow I am picking up another 2000 leaflets from VFF and will deliver in my area on Monday.
        This is the second lot. Ive already delivered 2000. Just doin my bit. ( If anyone wants to grab some be at Hagley Park Oval carpark between 2 and 4pm. VFF will be there handing them out. I’ll be there 2pm.)

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        • Good to hear theyre actually doing something somewhere and good man for getting out there and being involved.
          So far all ive heard from vff is about 20emails a week and most are just begging for money, while id be happy to donate my time and a few hundy to the cause at this stage ill hold onto my money untill they get active in my area.

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  11. One Month Later CNN Finally Admits What Revolver Reported All Along: No Bear Spray Stream in NYT Sicknick Video

    The narrative was already muddled by prosecutors repeatedly citing the bear spray, unsanctioned speculation from the former US attorney who led the probe, exaggerated statements from law enforcement and inaccurate early press reports about a fire extinguisher hitting Sicknick.

    https://www.revolver.news/2021/04/cnn-sicknick-bear-spray-fake-news-julian-khater-george-tanios/

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  12. Just returned from david seymours presentation in good ole Gore.
    Very passionate about it although didnt go too deep into it and was rather brief imo, the discussion/questions afterwards were excellent and covered a broad range of topics and some good honest well spoken replies given.

    At the end i had a chance for a good 1 on 1 yarn with Nicole Mckee, 10/10 to her for passion and enthusiasm she is 100% commited standing up for firearm owners and their fair treatment.

    My brother and I both got a chance to have our concerns heard, i would have loved to have had a discussion on his covid policy etc but it clearly wasnt the time or place for that even during open floor for questions.

    One quite worrying observation i made though was with the exception of me, my brother and a few others everyone else attending would have been 50+ age bracket, hardly any young people there which was disapointing to see considering they will be the most likely to be affected by hate speech laws.

    Excellent discussion when the floor was open for questions ranged from fresh water reform, maorification and the divide being pushed by govt and media, media bias, poverty and of course freedom and freedom of speech. David did well in answering them and didnt shy away or skirt any topic, was great to see a politician being quite open and frank on some subjects.

    I encourage all stupid boys n girls to make an effort get along to his remaining presentations and have your voice heard, you may not agree with everything he says or advocates but at this stage Act is the ONLY party thats willing to stand up for us, he made it clear that national have no intention of siding with act at this stage on hate speech laws and david even stated national would be unlikely to repeal hate speech laws and would only tinker at best.

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    • Appreciate your report Iaasb.

      Free Speech being a fundamental given, to be able to debate, discuss so many other issues.

      I know ACT are not perfect on every issue, and whether they will see around the leverage of Health & Safety in its indoctrination over Covid, so that the Ardern can hide behind that curtain.
      Still at some point it will come up for further questioning, exposure and consideration.

      Being a Friday night, as you mention makes wonder why more younger ones did not turn up?
      A conflict of interest? Like a concern for gun seizures, & also a stuff up by the police in the very slow gun licensing system too;- but wanting to hit the sack early for the early morning readiness of duck shooting. 🙂

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      • Gore was this morning so possibly duckshooting affected turnout but i highly doubt it, im in the belief that my millenial peers dont really give a shit untill its too late and it affects them. Reactive rather then proactive.

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        • Unfortunately I can’t get past the ACT covid policy. I do not understand how a party that stands for freedom of speech and personal responsibility can have such a draconian policy on covid. I did speak to David at one of his roadshows and he seems very entrenched in his views on this.
          I voted for ACT last election but unless something changes will not do so again. I have become a political orphan.

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          • curious, pleased you did ask David Seymour about the Covid vaccine.

            It seems he is bogged down with the NZ Health Department, NZ medsafe advisory,

            Medsafe is satisfied with the safety profile of this vaccine”
            • The labels will also state that they are for use under Emergency Use Authorization.
            This statement has been included to meet the requirements of the US Food and Drug
            Administration (FDA) but is not relevant or applicable to the vaccine’s use in New Zealand.

            https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/safety/DHCPLetters/ComirnatyFeb2021.pdf

            What does NZ medsafe know that the US FDA does not know?

            With further links to Nuremberg codes, Kodex, and Pfizer trials with :-
            “Estimated Study Completion Date : April 6, 2023”
            https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-745/#comment-140982

            Just have to keep chipping away at ACT with facts, and seeing if we can pick up on any flaws on their points.

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          • Hear hear! Well said, Curious! I too have deep misgivings on Seymour’s seeming lack of any kind of commonsense on a ‘pandemic’ which has no symptoms for 95% in everybody who is ‘infected’.

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  13. South africa… self defence.
    Match optional

    https://twitter.com/TeamAlpha3/status/1388244242691072000?
    Lads? do you need a light?

    It bought to mind what I posted late yesterday about the rights of self defence, being immolated by Judges.

    Things we sort of know about in New Zealand, but “Where Britain goes, we go” and so look at the slippery slope, the so many little points of how they have achieved, Zero Self Defence in Britain, as this article written in 2018
    .
    The problem certainly isn’t a lack of laws against carrying knives.
    As Joyce Malcolm details in her book Guns and Violence: The English Experience, since the 1950s, the British have banned carrying anything with the intent to use it for self-defense.
    .
    This even includes a hatpin, if a woman were to use it against an attempted rapist. In the Orwellian language of British law, the willingness to use something for self-defense makes it an “offensive weapon.”
    .
    According to a British police website, it is illegal to carry any “product which is made or adapted to cause a person injury.”
    .
    Britons are allowed, for example, to carry colored dye spray to mark an attacker, but if they spray the dye in the attacker’s eyes, it “would become an offensive weapon because it would be used in a way that was intended to cause injury.” ….
    .
    …… a British chain of discount stores, terminated the sale of kitchen knives at its 850 locations in the U.K. and Ireland. The company expressed hope that “other retailers will join us.” …..

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/08/britain-failed-weapons-control-laws-curb-self-defense-rights/
    .
    Note how the judges like to make an example by gaol time.
    But one would find the sentencing is always made concurrent, a discount for the criminal.
    .
    In New Zealand we have more than enough connections and people from the UK. that want to go further and implement the full British, Scottish, ever reaching system of laws, in the name of “BIll of Rights” “Human Rights” “Hate Speech” etc. etc..

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  14. Looking for a bit of help here.

    I did a clean out over Xmas and have compiled some bedding – new and used , hot water bottles etc

    I wanted to donate to people actually in need.

    There seems to be a ‘give a kid a blanket’ outfit that has a fakebook site – I dont do fakebook – and then a ‘give a little’ version of them for cash.
    So not much use to me.

    I guess the Sallies may be the ones. I did this 10 years ago.

    Does anyone know of suitable organisation who actually ‘does good’ that these could go to in Auckland area?
    Some are brand new blankets in packaging (too many grabbing bargains at Briscoes) so I do not want them to go to a place that sells these for like $5, and some well to do person benefits from cheap new things.

    I note on Auckland city Mission website
    “Thanks for wishing to support the Mission’s work. Our apologies that we can’t currently accept donations of pre-loved clothes and household goods at the moment as our warehouse is full.”

    Interpreting this it means that goods are donated to them and they do not redistribute.
    This is the same notice for over 3 weeks now.

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    • No stuff the womens refuge they get all the money they need. But there are men’s groups in dire need of assistance. You never hear about them but they’re out there.
      some of the stories that happen to men would just about leabe you intears. Some men get so badly treated by the tars. but you never hear about that.
      Ask your council or Cits Advice where to find them.
      Sally’s get loaded up with stuff and end up either selling it for nothing or dumping it.

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      • Err.. I know a guy down on his luck who could do with a few blankets..and some cash if spare.
        PM me and I’ll give ya my..’their’ bank account ( silly me ) and delivery details for the unwanted stuff.
        God bless you, howtis. You truly are a good man 🙏

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    • My recommendation would be to donate them to a St John opportunity shop. St John is a fantastic organisation which does amazing work (not just ambulance by any means) and they are well worth supporting!

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      • Just try to find a charity that actually does work on the ground. Organisations such as the Salvation Army & the SPCA have transferred their focus to being political advocacy groups.

        And we all know that means they’ve become cheer leaders for those who throw around taxpayers money frivolously, aka Labour/Greens.

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        • Agreed; the Sallies are typically of well meaning and docile organisations that were taken over by marxist pricks post 1990.

          The political advocacy sets my jocks on fire.
          The Sallies were in for a decent amt in my Will.
          Removed.
          I am looking at Fred Hollows and have made increasing donations to them.
          That is the sort of thing I like to see.

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  15. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/05/national-claims-labour-plans-may-lead-to-separate-m-ori-systems-for-education-justice.html

    National is accusing Labour of trying to sneak through a divisive plan to set up separate systems for Māori at all levels – including in Parliament.

    She said that approach prompted two questions.

    “First, is this what the Māori chiefs and [Governor William] Hobson imagined in 1840 when they agreed: we are now one people? And second, is this the way New Zealanders today, in 2021, want to move forward as a society? Do we want separation of governance along ethnic lines?”

    She said separate systems will lead to worse outcomes for everyone.

    “It will mean decisions are slow, fraught and inefficient. It changes the fabric of who we are as a society and it divides our communities.”

    Other sectors will follow health
    She said National will not accept the implementation of separate entities “by stealth” and the Government’s plans are broader than just the health sector.

    It also contemplates a separate Māori Parliament or upper house – able to veto any decision of the New Zealand Parliament, she said.

    “So, my message to Labour is this: New Zealand cannot and will not accept the implementation of two systems by stealth.

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  16. Is this a parallel to a New Zealand pollster that can be found sort of “deep state” in politics?

    Tucker on why you probably don’t recognize the Republican party
    https://youtu.be/vAm4a0U1BO4
    13 mins 38 seconds. : • May 1, 2021

    Not that I trust all about FOX or Tucker Carlson.
    Why are they doing this to Frank Luntz now?
    Why did it take so long or were they looking to gain something?

    Still lessons to be learnt, even here in New Zealand.
    Still interesting how language, perspectives, can be used to push other angles, and as many of us here can figure, also in play in various forms in New Zealand.

    Although it can be difficult to see sometimes, when it is right in your face.
    Then becomes difficult to expose, to show others where the truth is.

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  17. The Connaught, built in the late 1990s, has been popular with many University of Auckland academics because it is so close to the campus.
    Susan St John, body corporate chairwoman and also an academic, confirmed to the Herald that extensive works were being planned for the high-rise.
    A high-rise Auckland apartment block which is home to many university academics is suffering from building defects which will cost a minimum estimated $25 million to fix.

    Owners of the 14-level Connaught apartments in the block at 14 Waterloo Quadrant near the High Court describe how the costs are mounting, with one saying repair costs had doubled lately.

    “The body corporate … is currently recommending a comprehensive redevelopment of the
    property to address maintenance issues — a rebuild that has already doubled in estimated costs in just two years, to more than $25m, with no apparent end in sight,” one owner said

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/aucklands-connaught-apartment-building-repairs-25m-and-climbing/WDVRG56LUHUARMBPJ37MZHVUVQ/

    Oh dear Professor of Economics was that?

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  18. From Linda Wharton’s Facebook page.

    HMMMM ME THINKS SOMETHING IS MISSING
    Today New Zealand has passed a signification Covid 19 vaccination milestone.
    250,000 New Zealanders have received their Covid 19 vaccination.
    I saw the proud headlines today, so i thought i would just pop on over to Medsafe and take a peek at the latest Adverse Reaction reporting for this vaccine.
    I discovered a number of very strange and perplexing anomalies…
    1) The latest Medsafe report apparently covers vaccinations administered up to and including the 27th of March. By my reckoning that was 36 days ago.
    NO SAFETY REPORTING SINCE THEN available for public view.
    2) This data covers the administration of 55,143 vaccines.
    We have now administered 250,000 vaccines.
    WHERE IS THE SAFETY DATA FOR THE UNACCOUNTED FOR 150,000 VACCINES?
    3) 443 non serious adverse reactions reported for the 55,000 vaccinations referred to in the report. These reactions are accounted for in tables showing what the symptoms were.
    4) 14 serious adverse reactions reported for the 55,000 vaccinations.
    WHAT WERE THESE REACTIONS? The report doesn’t tell us. There is no similar table detailing the serious reactions.
    5) Age strata statistics are also perplexing. They show that in the 70 to 79 year old bracket only 3 New Zealanders experienced mild reactions to their vaccine.
    6) In the 80 year plus bracket, there are ZERO REPORTS OF EVEN MILD SYMPTOMS.
    Either elderly New Zealanders are remarkably tough and resilient and don’t so much as experience a headache, fatigue or a sore arm…..
    Or their reactions are NOT BEING REPORTED.
    Why would this be?
    Perhaps a large proportion of the elderly in these age brackets are living in institutional care and are unable to report these symptoms themselves.
    The rest homes, family members or doctors each have the ability (and i would suggest, the responsibility) to report reactions to this vaccine.
    It is also possible that older New Zealanders are not fully aware that when they feel unwell in the days following a vaccine, it could in fact be as a direct result OF THE VACCINE.
    I am personally aware (as a result of contact from individuals or family members) that there are a number of New Zealanders who have now had serious reactions including
    *anahylaxis requiring hospitalisation;
    *stroke
    *brain aneurysm
    *unexpected sudden death (temporally related to vaccination but not necessarily proven to be the result of the vaccination)

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  19. How Are They Ever Going To Live This One Down?

    Chlorine Dioxide Is Unequivocal Cure For Symptomatic & Laboratory Confirmed Covid-19 Infection

    Fast forward to April 2021. The Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine issues data that was never released to the general public.

    Statistics of Bolivia where the use of water-solubilized chlorine dioxide (ClO2) for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 was approved by law in early August 2020, demonstrate a marked reduction in cases and deaths in that country. The highest peak recorded in Bolivia was epidemiological week 29 (10,939 cases), with cases falling to 670 in epidemiological week 45,(representing a 93% decrease). The case-fatality rate decreased from 8% to 4.5% in epidemiological week 36, coinciding with the massive use of dioxide in the population without it being possible to affirm with certainty that dioxide is responsible for this decrease. From a peak of 2,031 daily cases on August 20, 2020, cases dropped to 147 daily cases on October 21, 2020, representing a 93% decrease. Daily deaths decreased from a peak of 132 on September 3, 2020 to 24 deaths on October 21, 2020, with an 82% decrease in mortality.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2021/04/no_author/how-are-they-ever-going-to-live-this-one-down/

    To back up the efficacy of Chlorine Dioxde/ bleach, use, in curing other diseases, I thought this may help.

    Method and compositions for treating cancerous tumors
    https://patents.google.com/patent/US10105389B1/en

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    • aha,
      I have a little stock of this in my cupboard. Great stuff for disinfection of spaces.
      Bought it back from the USA 2 years ago.
      Wanted the NZ agency but they couldn’t produce enough at the time for the USA.

      Going to use some in the next couple of weeks in a mouldy unit that got flooded several weeks ago. (its a frigging mess. Been to two houses in the last week in Tauranga with the same issue. Places where no one was home for 5 or 6 weeks. It not nice I can promise ya.

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    • The US had 366 thousand slaves brought in .
      Mainly under the English pre-1776.

      Each of the Euro countries > England, Spain, France brought more African slaves to the Caribbean to work the sugar than went to USA.
      In other words
      Spain had more slaves in Caribbean than the whole of the USA
      plus
      France had more slaves in Caribbean than the whole of the USA
      plus
      England Spain had more slaves in Caribbean than the whole of the USA

      Oh yeah, then look at Brasil

      the yik yak from uninformed idiots over USA slavery is pathetic.
      A seven year old should be reprimanded if they spout such crap.
      Let alone the retards.

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    • yes disgraceful of Utube.

      While googling around to find any other links, like through rumble or bitchute found this.
      Where Sue Grey has noted 7 points for employees to ask employers about the vaccine, posted 5 days ago.

      …… 1 Please could you confirm why the Cominarty Vaccine has only provisional consent in New Zealand and who are the limited number of patients it has been authorised for?
      2 What is the status of the 58 outstanding questions Medsafe asked Pfizer about the safety, effectiveness and quality of production?
      https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/COVID-19/status-of-applications.asp
      …..

      https://letsbfree.com/search/sue%20grey
      Also many good points are raised further down..

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    • Peter Williams interviewing Sue Grey yesterday Friday morning, discussing the Ardern decree of “No Jab, No Job” for the “border workers”.

      The interview with Sue starts at 36 :23 and with Sue finishes at 49 mins 30 secs.
      https://www.magic.co.nz/home/shows/talk/magic-mornings.html

      Bill of Rights does seem not over ride other laws.
      In conflict with this draconian law.
      Bill of Rights seems not over powering
      The decree is not proper law, as not through process, or any assessment of benefit.

      Employment Law, Health & Safety and Privacy Law is not weighing up things either.

      Government is using PR campaign, spin, propaganda, ignoring law & evidence & best practice. to justify itself.
      Penalties of infringement for employers and employees, $ 1000 of fines if your workers are not vaccinated for that type of Border work.
      Ignoring guidelines even in the vaccine guidelines, & the trials are up to 2023 July

      No significant effect from Covid, no hospitalization, no injury from the ones who have caught covid, healthy border workers that have managed for over a year now.

      No account or consideration of NZ Bill of Rights by the government. so hopefully others can take it to court on those points.

      Employment seminar, 500 attended, recorded and widely circulated.
      Border workers for now, Doctors nurses next, then next,school children mandated later?

      Very busy just taking the first case to court of the legality of the vaccine approval.

      Sick Jane would seem to lose her job, if she does not take the 2nd vaccine.
      A question is if one has had covid, should they then be “jabbed” for covid. and the risks?

      Nurse Palmerston North hospital died, 24 hours after a jab, but cause and effect is still to be confirmed.
      Fresh to Peter Williams, so question is, was an autopsy done, before burial,
      Sue claims to have a reliable source.

      Censured not to report any concerns at an old folks home, where a nurse was told not to discuss or raise any issues.

      The court case 12th May will be only about “Legality of the gazette notice that approved the vaccine.is only what will be looked at.

      To conclude, just what is the status of the “Human Rights Act” if the government can create laws that override it?

      E&oe in this rough take of the interview, and more to take between the lines as written here.

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    • Crapping fear mongering unreasoning nonsense, and takes away any credibility of issues.
      There would seem to be no connection to Pfizer or the current CEO.

      Many decades ago in a doco I vaguely recall, it was considered whether a zoo animal was tossed into the feed, when the idea of recycling bovine protein into feed for calf meal had come into vogue.
      Nor do I think it ever was a good idea to start with.
      Prions are not killed by heat processes.

      A far better issue would be about the risk of creating new prions, and how it may take a number of years to show the bad effects.
      That was how another zoonotic connection started back in the 1980’s

      Interfering with proteins with a spike, & enzymes may be another point to consider in the study of these vaccines.

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  20. Anonymous Doctor from Sue Grey’s website.
    “We have had multiple patients at the hospital with health problems immediately post injection. Chest pain, facial swelling, vision loss and severe sepsis. No link between these acute problems and the vax is allowed. ‘It is 100% safe,’ I’ve heard a colleague say. ‘It basically doesn’t do anything to the body, so how could it cause any harm?’ Any suggestion that the timing of the medication pre-illness could be linked is frowned upon as ‘quackery’. I despair.”

    https://kti.org.nz/?p=376
    It is worth reading the entire statement.

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  21. This has been a good local catch, stretching decades ago about the nationwide vaccine for the swine flue in 1976
    If you are older, enjoy the names that arise that you know, but look how the government used them. 🙁
    Also noting the side effect GB[?] was mentioned earlier today.

    They knew the facts and hid parts of them from the public, to manufacture the evidence and fear advertising propaganda.
    I would think the media would also have been going “gang busters” in the ratings.

    https://envirowatchrangitikei.wordpress.com/2021/05/01/1976-the-swine-flu-the-remarkably-similar-scenario-to-that-which-is-unfolding-now/
    14 mins 02 secs.

    The authorities have that tyrannical feelz that they know best.
    History may not quite repeat, but it sure rhymes and echoes across the century.

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