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  1. Hugs for drugs. She’s wasted.
    I have a new name for the creature,
    ‘Piano face’ Looks like she got the munchies
    and started stuffing her gob with the keys.
    Anyhoo, have a great day you plebs, and don’t forget
    to ridicule lefty’s. It is your duty as YSB members.

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      • BGR ,I screenshot one of EDs horseface pics a few weeks ago and sent it to a mate, He posted it on his facebook page and was banned within 2 hours ,to be fair it may have been because of the text he added to his post ,it was something about a frustrated stallion..

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          • Bill worked in a pickle factory. He had been employed there for a number of years when he came home one day to confess to his wife that he had a terrible compulsion. He had an urge to stick his penis into the pickle slicer.

            His wife suggested that he should see a sex therapist to talk about it, but Bill indicated that he’d be too embarrassed. He vowed to overcome the compulsion on his own.

            One day a few weeks later, Bill came home absolutely ashen. His wife could see at once that something was seriously wrong. “What’s wrong, Bill?” she asked. “Do you remember that I told you how I had this tremendous urge to put my penis into the pickle slicer?”

            “Oh, Bill, you didn’t.”

            “Yes, I did.”

            “My God, Bill, what happened?”

            “I got fired.”

            “No, Bill. I mean, what happened with the pickle slicer?”

            “Oh…she got fired too.”

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  2. So bloomfailed wants the country to be permanently at level 2.5 in exchange for the borders being opened…
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125119588/covid19-tougher-public-health-baseline-will-be-needed-before-borders-reopen-ashley-bloomfield-says

    He also admits that govt tracking needs to increase and that track n tracing humans is going to remain in place for a long time, probably forever.

    You know that they truley think we are and treat us like cattle/sheeple when we require correct paperwork to travel…  vaccine passport anyone?

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    • Yep. I heard that about 6 or 7 months ago. Fang face said it was a good way of getting food and goodness to” the most vulnerable”.
      Im feeling a bit vulnerable, I took a large fininacial loss y/e 20 ( accord. to the accountant ).
      I wonder if they do gluten free/vegan/no peanuts/minimal salt.

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      • Many years ago I was managing a social service agency that had a very extensive food bank. We could not give out food such as staples, flour, potatoes rice etc cause they had no ability to cook it. Maybe it was a lack of mental capacity I don’t know. They used to go through the bags of food given to them, sit at the outside of the building going through it and what they did not want was thrown in the garden. Of course there were genuine cases but for the majority they didn’t need the food it was all a big laugh to them scamming the agency. I couldn’t count the number of times we were phoned to ask for party food!!!!! they wanted chocolate etc, not something they could make something out of. So all these years later I think that is a complete waste of time, they won’t cook it, as is the lunches programme for children that was discussed yesterday the lunches that don’t get eaten at schools cause they don’t like what is in them. That is NOT hunger its something else entirely. I think it could be entitlement perhaps?////

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      • Mikey the market is a bit dodgy, sooner or later there’s a 15% / 20% forced haircut coming, it may be time to take some cash out of investment and buy a 3rd home ,a bigger yacht will do it at least I’ll have somewhere to live .

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    • In the Herald today (paywalled) – same article
      Green Party spokesman for social development Ricardo Menendez March was critical of the ministry’s scheme, saying it is just “patching around the edges”.
      ”Without a substantive increase to core benefit levels, these sorts of projects mean little to communities that are struggling to get by.”
      He said the Greens have some concerns around the packaging of My Food Bag,
      specifically around the advice about dieting and exercising because he said that puts the onus on beneficiaries as though they’re not “leading their best lives”.

      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/government-spends-300000-on-my-food-bag-for-beneficiaries-and-food-banks/KZGJF4G4FLWSPYAYNNC5CUZHW4/

      The march to communism of total control is relentless.

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  3. What has happened in Tauranga.
    https://scontent.fhlz3-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.6435-9/185237892_6235179193174710_8335978765925312688_n.jpg?_nc_cat=109&ccb=1-3&_nc_sid=825194&_nc_ohc=se9Ff7wa4fgAX_erXh1&_nc_ht=scontent.fhlz3-1.fna&oh=71e73867ee889f3238aabadfee0a7d8e&oe=60C40B45

    Might just come to your town.
    Our concillors might have srcapped a bit but its the lack of funds from NZTA and Western Bay Council residents that have been the root of all evil in Taurnga.
    Yesterday at five o’clock the roads in all directions were virtually at a standstill, except for the two good roads we have, Eastern link and the toll road. ( the road that should have been nearly finished is not yet started, thanks Twyford and genbter) Our water and sewer were still functioning.
    Our bus fleet might just as well have been in the garage.
    Any ambition to make the place better is stifled by commissioners who haven’t got a clue what needs doing and when. They are focused on the next 10 years. Parks and roundabouts and filling the place with retirement homes.

    What’s the point when you can’t go anywhere now?

    Someone posted last night on the difference between living here and in Australia. Around $130 k difference in income, way cheaper housing and cheaper living. Guess I should have done that as well.

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    • Viking ,don’t fret the unelected Bro councilors will fix all of the problems in a few weeks. you wait and see it’ll be a miracle beyond even the partnership between the Taniwha and the Dragon.

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    • Yes

      If people had seen what lange did in 1988 they would not have voted him in 2nd time .
      The election was in 1987, weeks before the Stock market crash.
      Then reality struck.
      It was 1989 /90 that Palmer did so much of his destructive work.

      A four year term would have meant a second term and 8 years for Muldoon and not a snap election at 8.5 years

      Key effectively did 2 x 4 yr terms – eight years .

      It makes sense to me

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      • howitis, are you speaking of Key the same person that gave us H / F Ardern and is now feverishly throwing himself in front of every TV camera in sight ??
        That POS has as much respect in my circle of friends as the Maori racist Willie Jackarse..

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  4. Is grant robertson the only homo thats bad with finances? Most gays seem to be very very good with money and have a great ability to budget and save but NZs 2ic has got the worst finance skills a countries ever seen.

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  5. I’ve finally found something positive in the H / f creatures affect on my mental health , gone are the days when I hated and despised that short fat maggot Peters, I’m free from him but FFS my despising of that talentless talking head pig Cindy surpasses my disdain for the filth Peters who gave us this shitshow.

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  6. so Judith collins and Preeble have hit a raw nerve.
    Out come the old brigade to defend the dishonest.
    Jayne Kelsey no less.

    Cynics clutching at straw men over indigenous rights report

    (so apparently we are all cynics now)

    The National Party’s cynical decision to reactivate Don Brash’s Māori-baiting received a boost by the “leak” of He Puapua, a report prepared for Government by a technical working group that set out its vision for how the Crown can meet its obligations under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by 2040 and a roadmap to do so.

    Somehow that report has been reinvented as a secret blueprint that underpins every move the Government makes to meet its obligations under Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

    Many others have since jumped on the same bandwagon, most recently Act’s former leader and one-time Labour Minister during the Rogernomics era Richard Prebble.

    As someone who has long argued that adoption of international treaties needs to be subject to greater public scrutiny, I found his contribution in The Herald especially ironic.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/jane-kelsey-cynics-clutching-at-straw-men-over-indigenous-rights-report/TD233TB7ZYZIXQDOEQNYQT6AX4/

    I’m sure Rochard Preeble will have a reply.

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  7. Took you a while Duncan. It’s a complicated quagmire and way above Cindy’s ability.

    Duncan Garner: Jacinda Ardern will fail to bring the poorest out of poverty
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/05/duncan-garner-jacinda-ardern-will-fail-to-bring-the-poorest-out-of-poverty.html

    Jacinda Ardern appointed herself Minister of Child Poverty Reduction and I reckon she will fail to succeed in bringing our poorest families out of poverty.

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        • The so-called “poor” are like the idle aristocracy in that:
          – They do not work for their money
          – It is not considered polite to criticize them
          – They go where they please; “private property” does not concern them
          – They are entitled
          – Many common people have reason to fear them
          – They expect others to clean up after them
          – They exploit the labor of the common man
          – The rules that govern the behavior of the masses do not apply to them
          – They will meet out violence to anyone who looks them in the eye

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    • There are so many skinny kids and HUGE mums, kids walking into to school around here, Mums still in the cars, most of the teachers are pretty large also. Begs the question really doesn’t it So who is eating all the food????

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  8. Odd goings-on.

    St Peter’s Cambridge evacuated over bomb threat amid bullying allegations, missing principals
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/05/st-peter-s-cambridge-evacuated-over-bomb-threat-amid-bullying-investigations-missing-principals.html

    St Peter’s School in Cambridge, which had been in the news this week due to the disappearance of its principal and deputy principal and workplace bullying allegations, has been evacuated overnight.

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    • Waikatogirl@0803

      Thank you; I wondered why the roundabout was so quiet (and safe) this morning; the Avantidome patrons notwithstanding. It was a nice change from the ‘Outta my way’ Beemers and Rangerovers…

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  9. An older couple had a son, who was still living at home.
    They were a little worried, as the son was still unable to
    decide about his future career, so they decided to do a
    small test.

    They took a fifty dollar note, a bible & a bottle of whiskey
    & put them on the front hall table. Then they hid in the
    nearby closet, pretending they were not at home.

    The father told his wife, “If our son takes the money,
    he will be a businessman, if he takes the bible, he will be
    a priest but if he takes the bottle of whiskey, I’m afraid
    our son will be a drunkard.”

    So, the couple waited nervously.  Peeping through the
    keyhole they saw their son arrive.  He saw the note they
    had left.  Then, he took the fifty dollar note, looked at it
    against the light & slid it in his pocket.

    After that, he took the bible, flipped through it, to see if any
    stashed money fell out, & tucked it under his arm.

    Finally, he grabbed the bottle, opened it & took an
    appreciative sip to be assured of the quality.  Then he
    left for his room, carrying all three items.

    The father slapped his forehead & said, “It’s even worse
    than I could ever have imagined.  Our son is going to be
    a politician!”

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  10. FROM GENERAL FLYNN ON TELEGRAM

    https://t.me/RealGenFlynn/23

    “Although the Left’s Lawfare crowd are fighting overtime to hide the truth, it always comes out. The Maricopa County, Arizona audit is definitely heating up—summary below.

    Stay focused Patriots—we are just getting started.

    AZ election audit uncovers major election fraud in Maricopa County! Democrats knowingly deleted a directory full of election databases ~10 days before turning election equipment over to the AZ Senate audit team. They stole the election!

    • 4/12 – County deleted election databases
    • 4/21-22 – County election equipment was delivered to the audit

    Why did security seals arrive cut and why were they placed at the bottom of the boxes? Why were security ballot bags not used by the County?

    What is Maricopa County hiding? AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich needs to get involved immediately.

    AZ Senate Election Audit finds that Maricopa County delivered ballot boxes missing a significant number of ballots! We need AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich to get involved now! @ArizonaAudit

    The @ArizonaAudit discovers that there are missing ballots in Maricopa County! The Counties numbers don’t match up!

    no chain-of-custody documentation for the ballots that the County provided for the audit!

    unsealed ballot bags and cut security seals at the bottom of ballot boxes found.

    Now we know why the Democrats have opposed the @ArizonaAudit from the beginning.

    Siri’s funded AZ Secretary of State @katiehobbs opposed the @ArizonaAudit in Maricopa County and could now be held criminally responsible for the newly found fraud! She could be in serious legal trouble.”
    @RealGenFlynn

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  11. No question at all that Fauci funded “gain of function” Wuhan lab, if one follows the sleight of hand in different companies extending finance, and then also the patents.
    Irony of how Fauci is then placed in charge of American’s health.

    Rand Paul slams media for not asking Fauci the right questions
    https://youtu.be/sHLPyu7wBb0
    6 mins 50 secs : •May 14, 2021

    Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., reacts to Dr. Anthony Fauci telling the media he doesn’t understand ‘what the problem is with him’ following a recent clash between the two at a Senate hearing.

    Who could be culpable for this pandemic, and then put in charge of the investigations.
    One would think there are many other big names in the corrupt system, and full on auditing, picking up & following the money flows,
    Then there are the patents that are illegal, either way in being illegal to patent nature, and also illegal to research “gain of function”.

    These connections were talked about last year, but dismissed as white supremacist conspiracy privileged theories, so that collectivism could continue under the radar.

    Does New Zealand media make any inquiry about this?
    Do any New Zealand politicians ask any questions about this?

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  12. The shit has really hit the fan in Israel. Apparently Hamas’ missile campaign is the worst since 2014 and Israel is rightly firing back, and very effectively.

    But, unlike with previous Arab-Israeli conflicts, the violence has now spread into the Israeli state itself, with mobs within Israel battling it out on the streets.

    https://news.sky.com/story/israel-gaza-violence-street-battles-break-out-in-cities-where-jews-and-arabs-have-coexisted-12304964

    When I was in Israel a few years ago everything seemed pretty calm. Maybe this was a false impression, but in any event, Israel certainly didn’t feel like a powder keg about to blow. The Israeli Arabs seemed pretty laid back and generally happy to live in a democracy, unlike those on the West Bank where life that I saw there was more chaotic and unsettled. I didn’t go to Gaza, but it’s probably much worse there.

    I don’t remember Israel having to deal with internal Arab terrorism during, say, the six day war or other conflicts. I might be wrong, but it seems that this latest violence is a worse threat than what came before, mainly because Israelis now have to simultaneously deal with threats from outside AND from within.

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  13. The Greens are in full agreement, of full on bigotry and creating hatred.

    [Green Senator] Lidia Thorpe mistakes identity of NT attorney-general as a ‘man’ and ‘white’
    https://youtu.be/ZG70NafcGdI
    3 mins 19 secs : • May 13, 2021

    As Thorpe proves as in part of hating a lot of herself.

    That Northern Territory attorney-general, if only we can get her to visit NZ, and do a few speeches. 🙂

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  14. Remember the ‘Climate Crisis’?

    Remember the 80,000 who will DIE?

    Remember ZOOM?

    Why the fuck is Damien O’Connor going on a world tour???

    Why are 52% of New Zealanders SO INCREDIBLY FUCKING DUMB???

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  15. The Japanese media are becoming a little more transparent.
    Tokyo reported 1,010 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with the figure topping 1,000 for the first time in four days. The news report mentioned that 7 people had died, but were in the 60-90 age group. (I am certain those in the “60” would be at the upper end (i.e., 67-69)).

    It is good for the media to give an indication of the ages of the deceased. You can be sure that in a random sample of Japanese aged 60-90, very few will not have co-morbidities such as pre-onset diabetes, type-II diabetes, reduced lung function (from smoking), hypertension, reduced immunity (due to medication), etc.

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  16. Why all the warnings ahead about more pandemic viruses may occur ? ? ?
    Note the people and connections that talk this up..

    We Need ANSWERS About Covid’s Origins Before Elites Create More Global Health Rules
    https://youtu.be/YelvY_ddozc
    5 mins 05 secs. : • May 14, 2021

    The average person is not doing any push back against Fauci etc, or our own New Zealand Ministry of Health, politicians as they all remain in lockstep.

    So our bureaucrats, technocrats, celebrities are also making and rushing decisions on us as they have entered the “security junky syndrome” as per Swedish psychiatrist and author David Eberhard
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43J7hD9I0jY&t=918s
    17 minutes 10 secs. : I have posted a couple of days ago.

    Not sorting out the PAST origins of the virus, allows the same to stay in office, set the standards of the present, that then aligns for the globalization, “agenda 30” in the near future.

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      • It is almost like they use that as a threat, blackmail, so be a good boy and take the jab, to cure this, and more research is needed as “we” fear their is more more to come.

        It is like riding a horse that is bolting, and has got its teeth on the bit.
        Totally mad, as they are liable to crash through fences, over gates, and taking all over a cliff.

        Physically one of the answers is to pull hard on one rein, with all your strength, so that it forces a circling to starts.
        As soon as before a night mare speed occurs.
        A lot of damage can be done to the horse itself.
        Later horses may have to be put down if so damaged.

        Always best to do as soon as possible, while their is room to maneuver
        So instead of racing away from the truth, keep circling back to the truth, the source, to see it for what it is.

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  17. And like night follows day – Robber and Jazz hands had this coming:

    “About 30,000 hospital nurses – including ones administering the Covid-19 vaccine – are to go on strike over “horrific and unsafe staffing conditions” and news of no pay rises for three years”

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  18. People who cry “that’s racist!!” tend to be authoritarian (or at least they are drones echoing the mantra of their cult).
    They want to prohibit certain thoughts. (Thoughts that they disapprove of. )
    They hate questions.
    They love to dictate. (Especially how one should act and think. )

    They value power and control above all else.

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      • “They then use it to inflict pain on others.”

        I would re-write this as “They then use it to inflict pain on the unbelievers.”

        They consider their belief system to be the savior of humanity and Mother Gaia. They are the believers, the chosen ones whose duty and path to salvation is to convert the masses and to punish the wicked.

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            • Living in constant fear, torment and rage isn’t good for you.

              You’ve probably heard this one, but I read somewhere that conservatives (the “Right”, for the want of a better term) tend to think of the Left as foolish, but the Left tend to think of the Right as evil.

              If that is true, then who is more likely to harm, imprison and to hurt their fellow countrymen? The Right or the Left?

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  19. Checkout the latest from Taxpayers Union. It will make ya blood boil, especially the 2 receipts.

    “Would you spend $24 on two bottles of water?
    We used the Official Information Act to obtain the original receipts from the Film Commission’s boozy dinners with Amazon film executives.
    We highlight this kind of spending not because it’s outrageous, but because public servants are likely to be more sensible with the “company card” if they know there’s a chance we’ll publish the receipts. These dinners were of course part of a junket set up to facilitate a deal that saw Amazon handed hundreds of millions in taxpayer subsidies for its new Lord of the Rings TV show.”

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  20. Cancel culture will be “horrified”.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/lifestyle/2021/05/kaiapoi-s-eagle-brewing-owner-david-gaughan-says-comment-labelling-m-ori-scourge-of-nz-was-misconstrued-as-racism.html

    The comment, which has now been deleted, was posted on a 1 News story about a firearms incident near a Napier primary school.

    In a screenshot of the comment posted to social media, Gaughan can be seen describing Māori as the “scourge of New Zealand” and arguing that “the quicker we put them in prison the better”.

    “I’m talking about the majority of the male population,” the comment continues.

    “The ones who beat their missis. Who don’t give a f**k about society. Yeah you who will Rebel against these words. But truth be told you are NZ biggest problem right now (sic).”

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  21. INTENDED CONSEQUENCE
    The Government’s intention to phase out over four years the ability of residential property investors to claim mortgage interest payments as a tax-deductible expense is already starting to bite, with the country’s largest mortgage lender taking the change into account when deciding how much investors can borrow. ANZ has reduced the amount of projected rental income residential property investors can use in their income calculations when applying for a mortgage, from 75% to 65%. This will likely reduce the amount they can borrow, unless they are also able to provide significant income from other sources to service the mortgage.
    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/110404/review-things-you-need-know-you-go-home-friday-factory-activity-stays-elevated-big

    Thanks Mr key you arsewipe.

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  22. Eagle Brewing founder and head brewer David Gaughan yesterday commented on a news story on Facebook about a shooting in Napier calling Māori “the scourge of New Zealand”.

    He went on to say the majority of the male population should be put in prison because they beat their partners and didn’t care about society.

    The comments have been widely condemned on social media as “disgusting” and “racist”.

    In a statement to the Herald, Gaughan apologised saying: “I want to apologise unreservedly for making the comment, and for the large amount of hurt and anger it has caused, and rightly so.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/pubs-liquor-shops-boycott-eagle-brewing-over-racist-maori-facebook-comments/U5O4BPFVNYPNCGSBKEPOWWUU6Q/

    Shortly after the statement was issued, Canterbury Cricket confirmed it was in the process of “terminating” their partnership deal with Eagle Brewing.

    The white mans sport going woke again.

    “We are aware of a comment circulating that may be misconstrued as racism. Firstly, Eagle Brewing totally denounces any form of racism and promotes a multicultural environment within its team of employees,” the company said.

    “Unfortunately the comment was poorly worded and was actually trying to highlight the unacceptable issue of violence against women.

    “The author and the business are deeply sorry for any hurt arising from the comment.”

    The “apology” has since been deleted.

    Looks lie we had better buy his beer rather than the pissy shit others turn out.

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  23. If supermarkets and other stores will pull Eagle Beer from their shelves for the political statements of the owner, David Gaughan, will they also pull Chinese produce as a protest of the treatment of the CCP of the Uighur minority?

    Consistency is important.

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  24. Is it’s hanging in Chief Whip’s Kieran McNaulty’s corridor as a punishment? //

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/05/portrait-of-jacinda-ardern-joins-corridor-in-parliament-featuring-artistic-impressions-of-former-prime-ministers.html

    A portrait of Jacinda Ardern has been placed in a corridor in Parliament where artistic impressions of former Prime Ministers are put on display.

    The portrait, an impression of the iconic photograph of Ardern wearing a hijab in the wake of the 2019 Christchurch terror attack, is located in the Whip’s corridor in Parliament.

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    • From V2’s link:

      …..”The newly-wed cry particular annoys me. If a young fellow and his girlfriend, or, to show I’m up to speed, two young fellows, or two girls, decide to sign a piece of paper and live together, why on those grounds does society suddenly owe them a discounted home? Make no mistake; that is the essence of their claim.”…..

      I’m slow to criticise Bob Jones as he’s about the last Kiwi left with the nuts to tell it like it is but I can’t let this slide without comment. Society pays a heavy price when the successful young cannot afford homes to breed in. Our society then changes as immigrants & incompetent no-hopers are the only ones passing on their genes. The RMA causing the lack of land to build on & ridiculous building standards are driving the problem & both can be solved politically.

      The dearth of affordable family housing is fucking NZ as we knew it

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    • BREAKING: No court has found ANY evidence the Colonial pipeline was hacked. Therefore:
      a. No court looked for evidence, or
      b. It did happen, but no evidence was found by the court, or
      c. It didn’t happen.

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  25. Well, well, well.
    20 JANUARY 2020
    Medsafe considers that the safety specification for this product is currently inadequate and does not accurately reflect the important known risks, important potential risks or missing information. The RMP should be updated to include the additional risks and state how the missing information will be addressed. The additional studies appear to generally address the information gaps, but the company should state specifically how they will provide information on the NZ concerns raised above. In addition the provision of the results of these studies and provision of safety updates should be made a condition of approval.

    https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/profs/adverse/minutesOoS-20-jan-2021.htm?fbclid=IwAR1iIZ86hJ1doeAZlkfdsirpevhDwlAK0yt0r91Yf2igrXiwnax7qh4FBsk

    2 weeks later it was approved.

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    • Very enlightening BN. Note also the comments on lack of data for the elderly and certain ethnic groups.
      Also the comment on Antibody Dependent Enhancement (though they called it something else) was less of a risk here due to the fact that the virus was not present in NZ. Gee and I thought that vax was to protect you when you did come into contact with the virus either here or elsewhere. One would think then that considering the risk of ADE would be quite important.

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  26. Stuff NZ are launching a new series called ‘The Whole Truth about the Vaccine’ which they claim is independent.

    Pfizer’s top 3 shareholders are Vanguard, Blackrock and State Street.

    3 of the top 4 shareholders of Alphabet are Vanguard, Blackrock and State Street. Alphabet owns Google.

    Google News Initiative is funding Stuff’s vaccine truth project.

    The only C-19 jab currently available in New Zealand is Pfizer’s.

    On Stuff’s website, they disclose that the funding from Google is also going to their expert advisory panel.

    So Stuff’s advisory panel funding links back to investment corporations, who own the largest stakes of shares in the vaccine company they are giving advice about.

    Propaganda site.
    https://interactives.stuff.co.nz/2021/the-whole-truth-covid-19-vaccine/#/

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  27. Picking up from Curious @ 4.33pm above about Thalidomide getting through the trial & safety systems.

    The fiasco of the swineflue vaccination in 1976
    This is written in 22nd September 2020, so it is aimed at trying to overcome those earlier problems, so as to be more successful in pushing the Covid vaccine.
    But really did they learn? or is it just a rythym & rhyme of history but trying to revise the mistakes of the past, to control today’s present, to set up tomorrow’s agenda?
    .
    …… swine flu. None had been in contact with pigs, so human transmission was assumed. ….
    .
    ….. vaccine to the public by the end of the year if they acted fast. ….
    …. “Its goal was to immunise every man, woman and child in the US, …..
    .
    … the scientists could only give the best advice they could based on incomplete knowledge.
    Many public health officials were sceptical and uncertain too, including Imperato in New York.
    “I think all of us were in agreement that yes, it’s probably unlikely but we can’t be absolutely sure,” …..
    .
    ….. high-profile meeting of scientists to decide if there should be a vaccination programme, but “this was interpreted to be a political event rather than a scientific process”, ….
    .
    ….. plenty of senior scientists supported the vaccine with pre-existing agendas.
    Some researchers saw the chance to improve the credentials of their institution or field on the national stage, he wrote, while others held a “conviction that prevention of disease by vaccination was an achievable perfection of the human condition”. …..
    .
    ….. industry manufacturers announced that they had been refused liability insurance, … .. .
    They asked Congress to indemnify them, but were turned down. …
    ….. Ford administration agreed to bear the cost of defending lawsuits …..
    .
    …. [media] What they should have looked for was “excess mortality” – deaths that would not have happened otherwise – but the daily emerging tales of unexplained heart attacks, distraught nurses, and political failure won more attention. ….
    .
    ….. real side-effects. Millions of vaccinations meant dozens of cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare problem where the body’s immune system attacks the nerves. ……
    …. reports brought an overdue end to the swine flu affair. ….
    .
    …. presidents and prime ministers make bold promises to the public – like Operation Warp Speed, … …. …. – it makes a scientific process into a political pledge. …
    ….. commitment can make leaders less willing to adapt to new evidence – or changes in risk. …..
    .
    …. scientists of the time … …. , so faced with uncertainty, they made conclusions influenced by belief, instinct or fear. ….
    …. “overconfidence in theory spun from meagre evidence”. …. …. …. hero ..where the fear of disaster led to an immovable zeal. ….
    …… those who ignore the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it. …..
    [my slant, E&OE]

    https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200918-the-fiasco-of-the-us-swine-flu-affair-of-1976

    This article written last year, is trying to compare oranges and apples leading a belief that it is just another flue vaccine.
    When it has some different & new expedients in some of the covid vaccines
    The the first time use of messenger rna, which for a number of years has not worked out.
    Nor have trials been completed, as per FDA will not be complete until July 2023.
    It also has nothing to do with avian or swine flue, as originally from bats then twisted by devious scientists for “gain of function”.
    The S spike protein also seems to be a totally different kettle of fish, and setting the body to do the work, when ones own body also has about 24 spike proteins.

    Many different points to learn from the past.

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    • A succinct report of the shenanigans the drug companies, authorities, health officials, and politicians play.
      .
      British Medical Journal: Was a swine flu vaccine unsafe?
      Friday 21 September 2018, 11:48 AM
      2 minutes to Read [in full]
      An investigation published by The BMJ has raised questions about the transparency. …..
      Serious adverse effects were reported …… …… but internal reports suggest the company and health officials did not make the information public.
      ….. ongoing lawsuit that alleges the vaccine caused narcolepsy, which is how the internal safety reports were unearthed
      .
      The BMJ questions transparency of information surrounding safety ….. …. “swine flu” vaccine
      .
      A series of internal …. reports suggest possibility that serious safety signal had emerged…. during 2009 H1N1 vaccine campaigns
      Data indicated large discrepancies in rate of adverse event reporting ….
      Manufacturer and some public health bodies received reports but did not make them public
      Why did questions around the vaccine’s safety not emerge earlier?
      Is the vaccine safety monitoring system fit for purpose?
      An investigation published by The BMJ today raises fundamental questions about the transparency of information surrounding the safety ….. …. vaccine used in 2009-2010.
      .
      Eight years after the 2009 H1N1 “swine flu” outbreak, new information is emerging of a striking difference in the number and frequency of adverse events reported for three GSK pandemic vaccines approved and used across the world.
      .
      ….. vaccine: why was the public not told of early warning signs?
      .
      Internal safety reports from 2009 – unearthed as part of a lawsuit – suggest that GSK and public health officials were aware of a variety of serious adverse events logged in relation to [vaccine]
      .
      But it would seem neither GSK nor health authorities made the information public, either during the H1N1 outbreak nor in the eight years since.
      .
      The BMJ conducted its own analysis and found that Pandemrix had, proportionally, five times more adverse events reported than Arepanrix and another H1N1 vaccine manufactured by GSK.
      .
      The data are insufficient to draw cause-and-effect conclusions, but for Gillian O’Connor, the solicitor involved in the narcolepsy lawsuit, the disparity was “of such striking difference that any person contemplating taking the Pandemrix vaccine would be likely, if in receipt of this information, not to choose to have the Pandemrix vaccination.”
      .
      In many of the GSK reports, the company refers to having conducted “safety reviews.”
      The BMJ asked GSK for a copy of those reviews, but GSK did not provide them.
      .
      Instead, the company said it “continuously evaluated all available safety data and shared the data with the European Medicines Association (EMA) and other regulatory authorities where the vaccine was licensed so that the authorities could conduct their own independent assessments.”
      .
      The BMJ also asked GSK whether it ever notified healthcare providers about the discrepancies in rate of adverse events between its products, whether it considered pulling Pandemrix from the market, or considered recommending Arepanrix or another company’s vaccine.
      But GSK declined to answer these and all of The BMJ’s questions, citing ongoing litigation.
      .
      The UK Department of Health also declined to comment on why it recommended Pandemrix over another company’s vaccine.
      .
      What the EMA knew – or could have known – about the comparative safety of GSK’s pandemic vaccines is hard to discern, ….
      … The EMA told The BMJ that it “does not perform comparative benefit and risk evaluations between products approved in the EU, or between EU products and products approved or used outside the EU.”
      .
      These events raise fundamental questions about the transparency of information, and question whether drug and vaccine safety monitoring (known as pharmacovigilance) is fit for purpose, ….
      .
      For example, when do public health officials have a duty to warn the public over possible harms of vaccines detected through pharmacovigilance?
      How much detail should the public be provided with, who should provide it, and should the provision of such information be proactive or passive?
      .
      “If history were to repeat itself, does the public have a right to know?”

      https://www.nzdoctor.co.nz/article/undoctored/british-medical-journal-was-swine-flu-vaccine-unsafe

      It seems at least some New Zealand Doctors know what is in play with the drug companies, governments, authorities etc.. 🙂
      Whoops or do they, as I see some posts now about the push for covid vaccine campaign.
      .
      So how is informed, to be informed which is censored.
      The government, politicians have not changed,
      So how can such things become mandated in law, and expect the ordinary citizen to suffer the consequences either way.
      .
      The consequences of side effects that one may endure for the rest of your life
      Or the consequences of being made to suffer if you do not get the jab by government enforcers, in removing your liberty, freedom and imposing excessive costs?
      .
      It is the individual that does the suffering, at the behest of the collective.

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  28. Good Kiwis say naff off.

    ‘They’re trying to citify us’ — Southland residents up in arms over ‘ridiculous’ roading project
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/theyre-trying-citify-us-southland-residents-up-in-arms-over-ridiculous-roading-project?auto=0

    Street calming planter boxes have been repeatedly vandalised, more than 1000 people have signed a petition and a council meeting this week burst at the seams with vocal locals.

    The nearly $1 million roading project aimed to make Gore’s streets both safer and more accessible.

    Scoles, who is one of the dissenting voices, described some of the decisions made as “ridiculous”.

    He has lived in Gore his whole life and said closing off some of the streets had negatively impacted on business.

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    • From WG’s link:

      …..”Those include creative street spaces, easing congestion, and enhancing safety.”…..

      Translation:

      creative street spaces…….remove car parks, scatter the street with concrete eyesores & slow down traffic.

      Ease congestion……..remove car parks & drive away traffic from commercial areas.

      Enhance safety…….remove car parks & impede traffic flow.

      Should I wish to buy something, unless it weighs under 500gram & takes up no more space than a milk carton I will delay my purchase until I can park within 100 metres of the eftpos machine.

      Don’t blame me. Blame the half arsed bitch who banned plastic bags.

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    • I grew up in gore and live in the surrounding area, its extremely retarded what theyve done to the town and even more retarded shit is in store.
      The fuckwits spent 900k on this shit i think it was part or maybe even fully funded by transport agency so the rest of nz has chipped in for this stupidity.
      It has severley affected the town and makes areas a total clusterfuck and the bright sparks closed off the most used access to the street the hospital is on , i think some stupid wellington woman came down and done the planning and decided to munt the place like many other nz towns and cities. Its clear that some councilors and decision makers are in someones pocket or under their thumb, its highly unpopular to the public yet i bet it gets made permanent.

      Heres the other farce the GDC is up to, https://i.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/124986467/consents-granted-for-controversial-gore-bridge
      Some muppet has been pushing for this thing for the better part of 15yrs and been looking for an excuse to rort the taxpayer and ratepayer… cue the water upgrades needing pipes through the river.
      BUT they can go in a straight line direct to the booster pump site… not for these cunts, someone figured if they built a nee footbidge then transport agency will fund 50%, they now want to divert the pipes downstream several kms across this gay bridge then back upstream several kilometres direct opposite where it started!!! All do they get get a few million dollars of tax payers money to fulfill some fuckwits lifelong dream.
      They can put the pipes under the river for 1/4 of the cost. Fucking theiving cunts

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      • Totally agree IAASB. We called into Gore last weekend and we were laughing at the total fuck up foisted on them. Gore was perfectly good the way it was. The traffic flow was so munted, with you can’t go this way you must go that way, we ended up at the stadium instead of getting onto SH1.
        I predict many of those ugly concrete eyesores will end up in the Mataura River, as erosion protection, or the landfill at Winton. Fucking idiots who did this need to be tarred and feathered. Don’t fuck with Southlanders. You can see I am a little bit irate about know it all cnuts ruining a perfectly good wee town.

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  29. Why should the taxpayer fund everything?

    Clothing businesses call on Government to fund textile reuse
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/lifestyle/2021/05/clothing-businesses-call-on-government-to-fund-textile-reuse.html

    A group of clothing and textile businesses is calling on the Government to better regulate waste in their own industry.

    More than 220 tonnes of textiles end up in our landfills annually – that’s about 44kg of waste per person every year.

    But they want help to supercharge their efforts.

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  30. The Herald crumbled and stopped the comments on the beer mans post.

    Author
    nzherald.co.nz
    Kia ora,
    After moderating this post for a considerable amount of time, the NZ Herald social team has decided to disable comments on this post.
    Please take the time to revisit our community guidelines in the “about” section of our page before posting. The option to close off comments is a feature that was not previously available on Facebook but has now been rolled out and will be used in selected posts, whenever we can no longer safely moderate the post.
    Ngā mihi,

    Outstanding supporters of Free Speach.

    Woke losers actually.

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  31. Honey and Nigella sativa against COVID-19 in Pakistan (HNS-COVID-PK): A multi-center placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial

    We conducted a multicenter, placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial at 4 centers in Pakistan. RT-PCR confirmed COVID-19 adults showing moderate or severe disease were enrolled in the study. Patients presenting with multi-organ failure, ventilator support, and chronic diseases (except diabetes mellitus and hypertension) were excluded. Patients were randomly assigned in 1:1 ratio to receive either honey (1 gm/Kg/day) and Nigella sativa seeds (80 mg/Kg/day) or placebo up-to 13 days along with standard care. The outcomes included symptom alleviation, viral clearance, and a 30-day mortality in intention-to-treat population. This trial was registered with ClinicalTrials.gov, NCT04347382 .

    https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR233398

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  32. From Lynda Wharton’s Facebook Group
    “NEW ZEALANDERS ARE SUFFERING
    It started as isolated drops.
    Then it turned into a slow trickle.
    Now it has turned into a steady stream.
    Every day my private message and email inbox….
    Filling up with messages from New Zealanders about severe adverse reactions and sudden unexpected deaths of New Zealanders in the days following their CV V.
    I am seeing the truth behind the glossy, measured reassurance we receive from our Medsafe and Government, day after day.
    Strokes
    Blood Clots
    Blood infections
    Gangrenous extremities
    Severe migraines needing hospital
    Sudden unexpected death in previous healthy in the few days post V
    Emergency appendectomy (yes this is now an acknowledged side effect of the CV V)
    Shingles
    Brain aneurysm
    Severe crippling flu symptoms with bed rest for days
    Crippling pain starting from arm and spreading through the whole body
    Bels Palsy
    hemorrhagic periods in previously normal women
    these are a few of the reports that have come to me in the past two weeks.
    Every injury that comes to me directly, or that is sent to me on social media, i follow the same process
    I contact the involved person and I urge them to report the injury to the Centre for Adverse Reaction Monitoring (CARM) here in NZ.
    https://nzphvc.otago.ac.nz
    I then also ask them to report to Lawyer Sue Greys Citizens database of injury
    http://www.kti.org.nz
    Many many people are NOT reporting their injuries. This is due to:
    *fear of losing their job
    *fear of judgement of others
    Doctors and nurses telling them that their injury is completely coincidental and could not possibly be related to the CV V they received 24, 48 hours ago.
    Medical professionals failing to report injury, and the injured having no awareness that there is even a reporting system.
    I have received reports of pharmacists and nurses not knowing that we have an Adverse Reaction reporting system…and one doctor telling their patient to report their injury to VAERS. This is the AMERICAN reporting system.
    Hand on heart i swear to you that injuries and deaths are happening throughout NZ right now.
    Please be an educated team of 7,000 who spread the word to your fellow New Zealanders about how to report injury, and the IMPORTANCE of reporting.
    Not only will this help us track injury and deaths….
    But they also need to report so that if their health deteriorates over the coming months they have a fighting chance of receiving support from ACC for V injury.
    Please record the two links above and speak out wherever you can
    Lynda x”

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