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    • You can’t really compare New Zealand to Venezuala. For one thing we lack the vast oil reserves that would make us so rich and for another Spanish is not our national language. Apart from that you may well have a point.

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      • No worry, if it is not being used, and it is in our 200 economic zone, then other countries will have a right, when they feel they have a jacked up a form of “humanitarian need”, and also figure they have enough power & control over us, will just come & take it.
        Use it or lose it principles will happen.
        A little bit of koha to the critical people, that do not need to account democratically and it will be done.

        In fisheries, if not managed, and controlled, monitored, supposedly marking it out, then other countries can come & take, supposedly on their management systems.
        It is part of the price of having an Exclusive Economic Zones, EEZ to New Zealand.
        But note how some countries subsidize their fishing fleets, with fuel, that would be uneconomic, and to keep fish protein cheap for their population.
        So will other countries accept the “Manage it” as it is not “Use it” so will then the final part be “lose it”?

        So far NZ does benefit from having a massive moat, and that distance so far has kept us safe.
        At this stage other countries are looking to stay in the good books, and though we are a small bite to be chewed on, at this stage do not want to bite of more than they can chew, as there is more than enough on their plates to figure.

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      • Yes Alice,
        To add to others similar comment.
        The hydro carbons we have or may have our have been locked up by the TOTAL idiots in the present NZ Government !
        Does anyone know where coal for a multi fuel fire can be obtained?

        Googling is little help ,it does not appear to want to address the subject!

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  1. Well looking at last nights news on YSB the communist naaska and the bleading heart Kea will have us all in the gloom bin.
    FFS.
    They want the government to ban landlords and stop people being able to rent a place to live. Seems that the state does a great job of doing that.
    According to naaska all houses should be cheap so anyone without financial discipline can own one. apparently owning a house makes you better at looking after them. Well that’s not so and I can say I have spent 25 or more years daily going into others houses so I have some first hand experience not gained from a truck seat.
    Time he got a job and rejoined the real world. Sounding more like Cindy everyday he remains in the other world of retired and tired and insufficiently employed.
    He of course can put all his money into providing cheap houses and the money to buy them to fix the problem.
    Or is the problem not that at all as Bob Jones suggests.

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    • Agreed, as someone that has had to save and manage their money to scratch enough together for a deposit for a house and managed to buy in the last 5 years, all those that want a house or the money for a house handed to them, could they “kindly” fuck off back over the rainbow from where they came

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    • For as long as the govt keeps tinkering and intervening the housing situation will never be solved.
      You dont fix a problem by adding more regulation and restrictions, you certainly dont fix a rental crisis by slamming the owners of the houses and you definatly dont fix new homebuyers and “maori inequity” by thowing money at them… but cindy and robo says “hold my beer”

      Many of my millenial peers have now bought houses, ppl grow up and learn financial discipline and those that dont get left behind and whinge n cry to the media.

      If youre a first homebuyer and youre trying to buy in an area with extreme prices then youre a moron, look where you can afford to buy and go from there.
      Also pays to buy a smaller and older house, the mates i have that cant afford to buy are all looking at first homes that many others would take 20yrs to get into or retire in.

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    • LOL 🤣

      Feel better bro?

      All I asked for was the following:

      1. Let the market decide. Not govt.

      2. No govt artificially creating capital gains.

      3. No govt artificially creating rental returns with accommodation supplements.

      Another words – treat property like all other investments.

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      • Kea, its not the doing of landlords that are the problems to your questions.
        Its because of the people begging the govt to fo something, in other words be carefull what you wish for. 20yrs ago ppl should have just shut their fucking mouths and not complained.

        Anyways the nature of economics will soon take its course but i dont think its going to have the effect you think it will, infact it will harm many of the people it shouldnt, mainly renters.

        Nothing short of full blown communism will achieve what you want done with the housing market.

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        • We don’t need communism to make the market work. What we need is for the government to stop meddling financially & concentrate on removing the roadblocks preventing new family level housing being built. They could start with the RMA or the half baked building standards & work from there.

          There are X number of houses in NZ & X+ buyers. Only when the free market is allowed to get the numbers closer will sanity return to the market.

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          • The govts of the past 15-20 yrs have fucked any chance of that happening nasska.

            Its very obvious we need to free up land and build many houses to solve it, problem is they dont want to solve it as it will start a catastrophic chain of events that no govt could stop.
            To get the ball rolling Say they magicly build all the houses needed to and maybe a few extra…

            Rents fall, landlords go broke/ make a loss
            House prices fall, homeowners and in particular young/first homebuyers struggle.
            Ex landlords and struggling homeowners sell up flooding the already cooled housing market.
            Values plummet further, banks ask more security/loan top up payments.
            Mortagee sales/ even more forced to sell up flooding an already saturated market.
            Banks wobble, (remember robos 100k deposit insurance its for this moment)
            Smaller lenders fold, followed by a few larger lenders.
            Banks and finance companies anihilate savers deposits knowing full well the govt will bail out.

            If you think cindy and co blew some coin in the last year you just wait untill you see the massive debt taken on to payout the bank deposit scheme.

            Its not fantasy above is legit what the govt is scared of and the reason for so much inaction, the more the nasskas, keas whingers and media beat their drum the closer we get to it happening.
            Think it wont happen? It started to in 2009 because of helen clarkes previous reign, john key stopped it by kicking the can down the road, cindy is kicking the can further but the cans almost stuffed and we will soon be forced to deal with it.

            What do you want nasska? The stages i list above or the great reset by klaus n co? Those are about your only 2 options

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            • ……”What do you want?”……

              The corpses of the parasitic members of the governments past who caused the problems swinging from lampposts would be a good start.

              And I follow your reasoning above though I consider it unlikely & very pessimistic. At the speed this administration accomplishes anything the markets would have five years or more to react……plenty of time to soften any landings.

              My major bitch is that the situation is going to hell in a handbasket. We are unable to adequately house our people, the governments can’t seem to stop unneeded immigration & there are zero solutions in sight.

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              • 5yrs to soften the landing… with this lot its 5yrs to build the clifftop higher and dig the bottom deeper.
                I totally agree with you but my opinion on the reality that will eventuate is based on real life scenario and our govt incompetence and not some idesl world eutopia.

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    • Am I an organ donor – who would know. Many many years ago it was put on your licence and I have just looked – it is still there so I suppose I am. However as a 70+ with not 100% eyesight, an artificial aorta valve in my heart, liver that over the years has distilled a fair amount of stuff, kidneys that need a bit of help now to get the flow working I am not that sure that there would be too many of my parts that would be worth while putting into the used parts department for future use.

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      • There was a 95yr old on the usa that helped 75ppl with his organ donations!
        This was discussed yesty on magictalk, nz has a cutoff age of 80. Pretty much tick the donor box and let the surgeons etc decide, only 1% of people die in the conditions that allow for organ donation.

        I used to be down as a donor but after seeing close family and a few others i knew that trashed their bodies then have a cry when needing a new kidney or liver it really made me question why the fuck i would reward their poor life choices with my body parts.
        Another factor was the maori shit, when i found out years ago how many of them need donors vs the absolute pitiful amount of maori that donate then thats also a big why the fuck bother.

        If i could dictate where my donated organs went then id hapily change my mind, it would be very simple… id be more then happy for my organs to be donated to anyone else down as an organ donor 🙂 if youre not prepared to donate yourself then why the hell should you recieve someone elses gift of life.

        Personally apart from blood/plasma i couldnt let someone implant another persons organs even if it were to save my life, the whole idea just creeps me out and im really not that desperate to live a long life.

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  2. Arcelor-Mittal Steel, feeling it was time for a shakeup, hired a new CEO.

    The new boss was determined to rid the company of all slackers.
    On a tour of the facilities, the CEO noticed a guy leaning against a wall.
    The room was full of workers and he wanted to let them know that he meant business.
    He asked the guy, “How much money do you make a week?”
    A little surprised, the young man looked at him and said, “I make $400 a week. Why?”

    The CEO said, “Wait right here.” He walked back to his office, came back in two minutes, and handed the guy $1,600 in cash and said, “Here’s four weeks’ pay. Now GET OUT and don’t come back..”
    Feeling pretty good about himself, the CEO looked around the room and asked, “Does anyone want to tell me what that goof-ball did here?”

    From across the room a voice said, “Pizza delivery guy from Domino’s.”

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  3. That’s Marxism at work but it’s meant for the plebs not to attack government bureaucrats!. An academic at Otago opens Pandora’s box. //

    Expert calls for top-paid bureaucrats’ pay to be cut and given to the working poor
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/05/expert-calls-for-top-paid-bureaucrats-pay-to-be-cut-and-given-to-the-working-poor.html

    “I just looked at the data that’s out on the public sector websites, you can go and look yourself. I looked at the top five paid individuals in the state sector who were full term.

    “The top five earn $3.882 million between them. If we break that down, we’re talking on average, those five individuals took home $776,400 each before tax last year.

    “And if I think about minimum wage, that person is taking home under $40,000 a year and at the new minimum wage which just came into effect, that’s $41,600.

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    • WG, if i ever entered politics the first thing i would change is payrates for central and local govts and state run organisations

      I believe those at the top should earn less then the bottom, all mps councilors mayors and council ceos shoukd get minimum wage imo.
      They should be in those positions for the love of their country not a fat bloated paycheck, Id also end the lifelong payouts to ex pms etc. It would certainly show whos in govt for us or themselves…

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      • You are using a very big paintbrush Kea – as an ex smaller local authority of 20 years a lot of people worked to the best of their ability for the Council they were in. Yes, I agree the pay rates were and are out of whack but at the end of the week most went out and mixed with their local ratepayers and fellow residents. I am not sure that there is corruption as such on a large scale within New Zealand generally, within certain types of ad hoc bodies cannot comment but certainly a lot of Government money is getting thrown around for very little results or positive outcomes. Is that corruption or incompetence ? Don’t know.

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  4. Harry, stop with the complaining and whining. Few get through life without being dinged up badly one way or another. Tragedy strikes. That’s life. Time to shut the f up.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9FjGwjwZfc
    Seemingly ‘no end’ to Prince Harry’s ‘treachery’

    Prince Harry has again “laid the boots” into his family – this time in a podcast, according to Sky News host Rita Panahi.

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  5. People are always slagging off Wellington saying what a shithole..
    They haven’t got a clue, I just walked down an alleyway and saw a load of tramps giving each other the vaccine.
    What a lovely kind place we live in.

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  6. Waikatogirl@0805

    But wining PAYS, and keeps Me-again in the manner to which she has every intention of becoming well-accustomed.

    BTW: It has always surprised me that, despite his avowed intention of being an ordinary civi’, HRH hasn’t gone ‘job searching’, especially as he is apparently ‘Heli-qualified’ and that area of aviation is always crying out for experienced and high-time pilots (even if they are ‘Royals’).

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    • Didn’t Harry get a job at some sort of mental health outlet a few weeks ago as some sort of company promotor or mascot. Lucky for his control freak wife Mrs Sparkles McLarky Harry ‘works from home’ so she will still be able to control his every move. 😏

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  7. I posted this at 11pm last night. Thought many may have missed it.
    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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  8. “Scientists on a committee that encouraged the use of fear to control people’s behaviour during the Covid pandemic have admitted its work was “unethical” and “totalitarian”.
    Members of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviour (SPI-B) expressed regret about the tactics in a new book about the role of psychology in the Government’s Covid-19 response.
    SPI-B warned in March last year that ministers needed to increase “the perceived level of personal threat” from Covid-19 because “a substantial number of people still do not feel sufficiently personally threatened”.
    Gavin Morgan, a psychologist on the team, said: “Clearly, using fear as a means of control is not ethical. Using fear smacks of totalitarianism. It’s not an ethical stance for any modern government. By nature I am an optimistic person, but all this has given me a more pessimistic view of people.”
    Full article here:
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/05/14/scientists-admit-totalitarian-use-fear-control-behaviour-covid/

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    • Far worse is said about non Maori daily.

      Considered globally, as we are constantly told to do, whites are a persecuted and critically endangered minority.

      The rot set in after the war, with the fabrication of the “anti semitism” chant to silence truth and critical thinking.

      What we are seeing is not new, it’s just repurposed.

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      • It’s also worth considering the motive, and result gained, by those promoting the “anti semite” hoax.

        They got given exclusive rights to a shared country, that was invented especially for them.

        The exact same result demanded by Maori extremists.

        All on the basis of persecution fables and fake genocide stories. With references to imaginary mythical beings granting the exclusive domain.

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  9. Banking Amendment (Deposits) Bill 2020

    Senator ROBERTS (Queensland) “Governments act as a conduit from taxpayers to corporate banks, even when the banks get into trouble due to their own greed, recklessness or stupidity. In times of profit, it seems, banks are capitalists; and in crises banks are socialists.
    However, International Monetary Fund and G20 rules now prevent taxpayers’ money being used to save a bank, instead requiring that rescue funds must come from shareholders and from depositors: a bail-in. And here’s how it works. Literally, banks steal the money in retail deposit accounts and use that to save themselves. In exchange, depositors get shares in the bank. The shares are then suspended from trading because the bank’s shares are worthless pieces of paper and will remain so for many years. Retail deposit accounts are the bank accounts of everyday Australians and small and medium-sized businesses. This is money, taken from these accounts, which people need to pay bills, buy stock, pay the rent and pay staff—gone. This is money a couple is saving to buy their first home—gone. This is money retirees cashed out of superannuation and need to live on, to buy food and clothing and pay bills—gone; gone overnight.”

    “The tired old parties know that letting unelected bureaucrats in New York, Brussels and Geneva tell Australians what to do in a crisis does not pass the pub test, so the tired old parties hide the facts and contradict reality using weasel words. It’s instructional to note that New Zealand’s response to the same IMF and G20 instructions is to do the opposite of what our government has done. The Kiwis dutifully wrote their bail-in laws and made them honest and transparent. If a bank fails, it closes, pays off its debts using depositor funds and then reopens the next day. Depositors can then access what remains of their money, if there is any. I am not suggesting that the New Zealand model is better. More honest? Yes. Better? No.”

    https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Hansard/Hansard_Display?bid=chamber/hansards/da3233fb-75c8-4e25-9464-5d6ec0724f50/&sid=0028

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  10. I see that Fran O’Sullivan has nailed it. Our idiot PM is popular overseas where people don’t know her but is not popular here in NZ.

    Going by the comments from many people here she is nothing but a big noting tosser and detested.

    Our only hope is for her to piss off and get a UN job..

    Must be time for the solo mother to make another wedding update.

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    • “Some men are too polite to be truthful.”
      “Other men are too truthful to be polite.”

      I question Gaughan’s judgment.
      What did he think would happen, given the state of the nation?
      – A state-driven program of Māori über alles in full swing.
      – A Race Relations Commissioner who is staunchly pro people-who-self-identify-as-Maori.
      – A Labour government who is not on the side of businessmen.
      – A strong woke wind blowing through the business community.

      Now is not a good time for a man to speak his mind. Today’s political climate is not on the side of the those who “trigger.”

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  11. Trust the government…
    While pretending to deal with obesity, they chip away at freedom of choice.
    So many questions…

    Schools advised to discourage kids from eating home-packed lunch over government supplied ones

    Schools have been advised to discourage kids from eating their own home-packed lunch, and to wait until kids are hungry, to provide the Government’s free lunches.

    But that’s policy a high school principal says doesn’t “sit right with him”.

    On its website, The Ministry of Education gives advice for schools for the Ka Ora, Ka Ako programme, under a heading “how to get the most from lunches”.

    It suggests schools create a 10-15 minute time slot for the provided lunch only, “while food from home stays in students’ bags”.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/125132401/schools-advised-to-discourage-kids-from-eating-homepacked-lunch-over-government-supplied-ones

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      • School lunches treat the symptom of the problem of neglected children.
        Go look for the causes. I suggest poor skills of the mother (where’s the father?) when it comes to
        – time management
        – basic skills (how to cook with flour, oats and rice)
        – money allocation (a package of cigarettes could feed a couple of children for several days)
        – choices (buy staple foods and prepare meals at home; don’t go to Macdonalds or KFC)

        But then, I am preaching to the choir…

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          • Too right hunty!!!!

            Growing veges is easy and dosent take alot if work, considering the dole bludgers that cant feed their kids can lounge around at home all day i dont see how theyre too busy to plant a few veges.

            Cut their bene 50 bux a week and give them a few packs of seeds a kick up the arse and send them out to the backyard…. if you told them theyre tobacco and weed seeds theyll hit the ground running!!!

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          • Gardening takes the same skill set of patience, labor, preparation, and planning that is already lacking in the beneficiaries’ minds.
            Their lack of patience, labor, preparation, and planning is largely responsible for them being in the situation they are at present.

            Some people simply don’t have the wherewithal to look after themselves and their children (such is their level of learned helplessness).
            If the government won’t help them. then some other private church or charity needs to do so, otherwise the final line will be criminal organizations or homelessness and begging on the streets. Is this the future NZ wants?

            What path would give the best outcomes for NZ society?

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            • But but , beneficiaries are “leading their best lives” with great leaders. 🙂
              Posted yesterday in this thread.
              https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-759/#comment-143719

              In the Herald yesterday (paywalled) – article
              ….Green Party spokesman for social development Ricardo Menendez March was critical ….
              ….. 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/

              And so the Pied Piper mendaciously as Ricardo Menendez March leads beneficiaries to ” a land of plenty”.

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            • Hand up not a hand out odakyu sen. We should give them the means to look after themselves and if they cant help themselves then theyre not worth the effort of saving.
              If they cant grow a few veges to survive then what hope is there of them getting a job and fending for themselves? Id rather watch them wallow in their own misery and die then prop the cunts up all their life.

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              • Does the NZ public have the stomach to watch malnourished children begging in the streets? (That’s how far their mothers will let the situation slide, betting that the luvvies and the pearl-clutchers will cave in first (which they will) (“Think of the children!”))

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                • Good let them cave in, if they feel so bad then they can adopt.
                  I would have said in my first post to put them in state care but idont thknm theyd be much better off and if theyre maori then theyll just go to aunty then straight back home.
                  Tough love and watch tough results or kindness and let them breed derilects just like mum n dad did all while living off the state.

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            • “leading their best lives”.
              A meme that sounds good.
              Like the question “Are you living the life?”

              The best life Mendez had was in Tijuana, where his father had a nice house, swimming pool and a high wall around that in a gated community.
              Then a period in NZ to get by on, then entry to Parliament.

              Some how except for 2020 able to afford a return ticket every year to Tijuana Mexico
              With more links from this thread about the “life of Riley”
              https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-668/#comment-123187

              I think it is that expression is coming into more pronounced saying, in that it is good to have lived well, done your best, even if you die sort of youngish..
              Not to have fear in the face of covid, or vaccines etc..

              A small tweak, and so Ricardo means that everyone can deserve to live like him, and he is there in Parliament to achieve this.

              Please do not ask how. 🙂 exactly, but he can help to rightfully re-distribute funds, so they can have “their best of lives”.

              Not his fault if does not happen, but sure stoked up envy, entitlement, cargo-cult & great expectations, so no one can stop what is “rightfully” theirs too.
              That is how a 5 star hotel works? and so they just deserve the best.

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  12. Big rally in Cuba St. Supporting the Palestinian rocket program.

    I have huge concerns about the establishment of Israel. And their ongoing occupation of more and more land.

    I also support 100% Israel’s right to self defence.

    These attacks on Israel are harming Palestinian people far more than Israelis. I believe that is their purpose, so those seeking power can gain international sympathy by playing the victim card.

    Jews and Muslims live in peace 99.999% of the time. It’s just a few wankers.

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    • The Palestinians could do so much better if they encouraged their youth to study in Israel and learn commercial skills. With an intelligent, well-trained and hard-working population, the Palestinian state would have a bright future.
      What is holding them back?

      Are they intelligent?
      Can they learn skills?
      Are they willing to work hard?
      Are they willing to go without?
      Can they create and develop?
      Do they have the determination to finish what they begin?

      (The same applies to any group.)

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    • When contacted by this publication for comment, Pfizer International (India) Inc said:

      “For product enquiries please press 1. For technical support please press 2. For warehouse please press 3. For media and public relations please press 4. For all other enquiries please hold.”

      Still holding. Won’t be long now and then I’m sure we’ll get to the bottom of this.

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  13. NZ Police Drone Data Could be Accessed by Beijing: Report

    China-made drones deployed by New Zealand police are potential backdoors for Beijing’s surveillance efforts, according to a recent report.

    New Zealand’s police force currently carries a fleet of 26 drones, which are used for photographing crime scenes, traffic accidents, and surveillance.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/nz-police-drone-data-could-be-accessed-by-beijing-report_3813876.html?utm_source=share-btn-copylink

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  14. This is some stunning revelations about how authorities in some [USA]states are spinning outrageous lies about immunity to Covid

    Andrew Bostom in the Dugout May 13, 2021
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=vladtepesblog/eoaojnbf&jwsource=cl
    29 mins 34 secs : May 13, 2021 Vladtepes

    Cannot be misinterpreted as a kind of difference of opinion among scientists.
    It is a flat out lie, and one Dr. Bostom refers to as of Goebbels magnitude.

    The Governor of Rhode Island made the claim that the injection offers better immunity than people who had the disease and recovered from it.
    This is not just a lie but is the opposite of the truth.
    The injection, according to Dr. Bostom, can actually vaccine will damage the T cells of a recovered covid patient.
    The T cells on their own offer broad and powerful immunity from all variants of Covid 19 for at least 18 years so far based on clinical trials of samples from people tested recently for SARS which they recovered from in 2002.
    T cells are robust, that persist. and only now being figured as being able to be measured, and are important.

    Names the Pfizer vaccine as reducing the natural immunity of people who recovered.
    Talks of a number of studies that support recovered people should not have vaccine.

    Rhode Island is vaccinating down to 12 years old, and is pushing to give the mRNA shots to babies as young as SIX MONTHS old.

    There is just no clinical data suggesting that the risk benefit allows for this.
    Put another way, its is indisputable that inoculating children this young carries more danger than the disease itself, even if they catch it.

    To mandate the vaccine to all students, whether already immune, or not.
    Note that official figures come up with 0 deaths for 0-17 year olds for covid in Rhode Island and ten other states.

    Compare data to other flue years over all the states and notice the difference, and had to re-correct the Covid number to the lower.
    Pediatricians & Doctors totally support this, which is nuts.

    These Doctors also try to sell the concept that the spike protein is benign, but now is believed to be a blood problem, clots.

    Hospitalizations for covid is useless as any tested +ive for any other cause is then said to be a covid problem

    All done to so that parents can not make informed consent

    Pfizer trial of young people 1130 in each group placebo and vaccinate.
    Played around with “severe effects” on the vaccinated , and seemed to have bought in some effect on the placebo group.
    Best to listen to it to get the numbers of adverse affected to save 1 death child a death of Covid.

    Claiming that good science background in the vaccines, well;—-
    10 years background research is baloney, to show the vaccine is proven is nonsense.

    Whoops;- Dr Helen Petousis-Harris for your lying write up in Stuff. 🙁
    https://interactives.stuff.co.nz/2021/the-whole-truth-covid-19-vaccine/#/
    Now exposed for the nonsense she pushes.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Here in New Zealand, it would seem that the “security junky syndrome” of being in a constant state of fear, and creating more irrational fears, to create control, so that decrees can be issued about certain employees that are now working at dangerous jobs, will mandatory be vaccinated or lose the job.
    Next there will be mission creep for all to be mandatory vaccinated, as disinformation is pushed.

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  15. Taxpayers Union.

    Government sticks its nose into your KiwiSaver portfolio

    Our old friend David Clark is back in the news. Today he rolled up to work and announced the Government will force default KiwiSaver providers to boycott fossil fuel investments.
    I told the media why this is a terrible idea:
    The last thing KiwiSaver members need is for politicians to micromanage our funds. KiwiSaver providers are meant to make independent investment decisions in order to maximise returns. Politicising these decisions will ultimately result in lower rates of return.
    Once the Government starts sticking its nose in, where does it stop? Will KiwiSaver providers be barred from investing in, say, meat production? Alcohol? GMOs?
    The Government already manages carbon emissions at the macro level – take the Emissions Trading Scheme – which has a flow-on effect on KiwiSaver investment decisions. Diktats on the micro level are unneeded.
    This move won’t even affect total carbon emissions. Any move to cut emissions below the cap set by the Emissions Trading Scheme creates a ‘waterbed effect’ which frees up credits to produce emissions elsewhere.

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      • Exactly sooty, fuck kiwisaver i never joined and never will as right from its introduction i could see it as just another ponzi scheme designed for bankers to get rich and retirees end up with fuck all.
        Besides i dont intend on retiring or making it to retirement anyway so totally pointless for me.

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          • It’s a bloody ponzi scheme to look after the financal sector, to the detriment to the investor! They get first dips at your money and if you are lucky, they leave you the crumbs!
            Should have been like Australia were the tax dept lets you run your own, without leeches dipping into your pocket!

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          • You refering to my comment mikey? Im careless with my health and saftey, dunno how the hell ive lasted this long tbh. Also factor in my dislike for ppe and working on a massive cropping farm in aussie my bodies had a huge toxic exposure that im sure will bite me in the arse at some stage… i dont believe in wasting taxpayers money on expensive cancer treatments that fuck me anyways, im happy with a big bag of weed and expire early 🙂 but i think doing dumb risky shit will take me out first

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        • I never got Kiwisaver either. It was a silly reason – It was Labour’s idea. I figured I’d rather put extra money into paying off the mortgage. It has sort of worked, I now own two properties, one of which when I sell, will give me about 1 million bucks for my retirement. (or I’ll reinvest in property or start a Meth lab for Labour Supporters)…..

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  16. A nurse walks into a bank totally exhausted after an 18 hour shift.
    She grabs a deposit slip, pulls a rectal thermometer out of her purse, and tries to write with it.
    When she realises her mistake, she looks at the flabbergasted teller and without missing a beat, says,
    “Well thats just great…some asshole’s got my pen”.

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  17. School students and their parents are hopefully going to rightly get pissed off by being controlled.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/05/act-says-ministry-of-education-discouraging-new-zealand-schoolchildren-from-eating-their-own-lunch.html

    The ACT Party claims advice from the Ministry of Education around healthy school lunches proves Kiwi kids who bring their own food to school are being discouraged from eating it.

    Advice from the Ministry of Education from March suggests schools could try to ensure children are getting the most from their lunches by creating a time of around 15 minutes for their provided lunch, “while food from home stays in students’ bags”.

    Seymour claims this treatment “punishes” schoolchildren and their parents who have taken “personal responsibility” for providing their own lunch each day.

    “It’s just mean to leave kids sitting there at lunchtime waiting to eat their own food,” Seymour adds.

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    • Send the hungry kids of derilect parents to the school hall or gym to eat their lunches, even better would be to stop the pre prepared shit and teach those poor kids better skills then mum n dad, teach them how to make their own healthy lunches and teach a bit about nutrition etc.

      What kinda message does it send young kiwis that the govt will provide free stuff to you for doing absolutely nothing… Winning NOT

      Id rekon a long term study should be done, track the life progress of the kids that recieve these lunches and see what happens too them later in life… my bet is 90% dont ever hold down a steady job, rape the dole and breed rampantly.
      Kids are very good a monkey see monkey do esp when their role models are pieces of shit.

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      • Was a time when all schools had a cafeteria and made and sols school lunches. You now the good stuff like sandwiches, pies, filled rolls. but I guess the little darings are now paying for the stupidity of their mothers who managed to have the cafaterias closed down. Not that many years ago.
        Unintended consequences. Kids given money to choose and buy their own lunch. Was the feminists and the food nazi’s that caused this problem.

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    • Great days, When the ladies wore cool dresses and guys still wore ties. Not me though.
      Luv to be able to do that still. Knees just wont anymore. At the cits club a couple of weeks ago and there was a lot of people dancing.

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  18. Another baby in trouble?

    Three-week-old baby critically hurt in Hamilton, police investigate ‘unexplained’ injuries

    Hamilton police have launched an investigation after a girl suffered critical injuries.

    Detective Senior Sergeant Andrew Saunders said the three-week old suffered the injuries in Hamilton earlier this week.

    She is currently in a critical condition in Auckland’s Starship Hospital.

    “Her injuries are being treated as unexplained while Police, alongside Oranga Tamariki, work to establish the cause,” Saunders said.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/three-week-old-baby-critically-hurt-in-hamilton-police-investigate-unexplained-injuries/QPHW3MOEJ5ASRMRPTNGOHMCMMA/

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  19. Saturday Night diversion.
    Birthrate declines and the aging of a population. China is a generation behind Japan, but will follow the same demographic trajectory. Ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WykfzLvGwWs

    Points
    – A population where the mean age is rising
    – Fewer children
    – How will fewer workers support a growing number of elderly? (Don’t quit your day job, grandpa!)
    – Harder population crashes in the countryside, as the “yoof” flock to the coastal mega-cities (been there, done that in Japan)
    – Gender imbalance. What to do with all those extra men? Bring in wives from Vietnam? (I know! Have a war with Taiwan!)

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  20. The ME have been fighting for decades. What do these protesters expect Ardern and Mahuta to do about it?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/05/protesters-gather-across-new-zealand-amid-escalating-violence-between-israel-and-palestine.html

    Nationwide rallies and marches took place across New Zealand on Saturday as the latest eruption of long-running tensions between Israel and the Palestinians continues to escalate.

    “We will be demanding the Government to speak out and condemn Israel’s racist, apartheid policies towards Palestinians and its rampant brutality against any Palestinian resistance,” they wrote in a statement.

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  21. Waikatogirl@1841

    These individuals do seem to be overlookng a small, impotant and very inconvenient detail, namely that the ‘oh so peaceful’ palestinians have been deliberately goading the Israeli’s for the last two weeks.

    I guess it doesn’t fit the narrative…

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    • Not quite on topic, but seems close to the bone.

      Do you know the darkest realisation I’ve had over the past year?

      It’s not about the governmental overreach…

      It’s not the bastardisation of science…

      It’s the realisation that a significant % of my fellow citizens would turn on me if instructed to by an ‘authority’.
      https://twitter.com/ZubyMusic/status/1393322099511541763

      When will the fellow Democrats see and arrest them? 🙂 nahh,,, expecting something in a trough to feed them.

      In the meantime they drive by fear, Critical Race Theory, Black Lives Matter, Anti-fascists, Cancel Culture, as the traitors like RINO’s ride with them through all the “institutions of democracy”.
      When democracy, constitution is known and retained in the heart of people.

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  22. Probably already posted but hey, it’s good to repeat glitter depletion action scenes.

    Douglas Murray.

    Ardern isn’t as lovely as she’d have you believe
    The Prime Minister of New Zealand is fawned over worldwide for her empathetic manner. But increasingly, her actions stink.

    Last month her oh-so-progressive government made an unprecedented step. It refused to join a Five-Eyes statement which was critical of the Chinese Communist Party. The Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network (the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) is the world’s most successful and important intelligence-sharing partnership.

    But the refusal was not an oversight by the Ardern government. Rather it was a part of a disgraceful and pro-totalitarian political turn. Ardern’s foreign affairs minister Nanaia Mahuta said that New Zealand now has a preference for moving on from the Five Eyes alliance and looking for new ‘multilateral opportunities’. Except no such better opportunities exist for such a small and isolated power.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/05/08/ardern-isnt-lovely-have-believe/?WT.mc_id=e_DM1420804&WT.tsrc=email&etype=Edi_FAM_New_ES_Sat&utmsource=email&utm_medium=Edi_FAM_New_ES_Sat20210515&utm_campaign=DM1420804

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  23. Ministry of Health too busy with the Wu-flu vaccine to hold an official inquiry?

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/05/veteran-backs-calls-for-official-inquiry-into-suicide-rates-of-new-zealand-military.html

    Calls are growing for an official inquiry into the number of New Zealand military veterans taking their own lives. The pleas come just weeks after Australia launched a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the matter, after months of pressure on its government.

    The Ministry of Health wouldn’t commit to an inquiry but, its suicide prevention office will meet with Veterans Affairs. It says it wants to better understand veterans issues.

    Veterans Affairs meanwhile, says it’s working to have data collated around veteran suicide. Walker says the government needs to realise how big this problem is.

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  24. EIGHT NY Yankees are Covid + and EVERY one of them are FULLY vaccinated!
    They call it a break through.
    .
    Yankees’ Torres positive for COVID despite being vaccinated
    https://youtu.be/6a0gRUGaa6A
    1 min 03 secs : • May 14, 2021
    .
    New York Yankees shortstop Gleyber Torres has tested positive for COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated and having previously contracted the coronavirus during the offseason.
    .
    From tonight, the CDC will only report cases that lead to death or hospitalization?
    Just to hide the bad numbers but still have to go into isolation?
    So will there still be testing? Will quarantine isolation be monitored?
    So that means those asymptomatic cases, even if vaccinated will spread transmission? Right.
    .
    Being a trial run of vaccines one would expect full follow up and investigation, if it is considered so bad.
    .
    So the large numbers of cases pre vaccine being put up on tv screens etc, is to scare people.
    Whoops and now trying to prove the point of the vaccines, lets take down those numbers.
    Will they ever keep track of what they are doing, and it certainly does not look like science is being practiced.
    Now concerned if the “break through” cases are high, shows that the vaccine, is not really working like vaccines used to.
    .
    Raises the question if it is even a vaccine ? ? ? as much sleight of hand, language has “re-imagined” the definition of vaccine.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – — – – – – – – – –
    Virologist Reveals New Covid Cases Appearing in Vaccinated Patients in French Nursing Homes
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rairfoundation/uyxmizor&utm_source=player_context
    1 min 56 secs : Published on May 14, 2021 : rairfoundation : Subtitled from French.
    .
    The authorities try to blur & cover up that facts, that the biggest number of cases in France, and elsewhere it seems, are among those who are fully ‘vaccinated’.
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    The issue of “break through” cases, that is the ones that have had a decent time to build the vaccintated immunities, the authorities keep saying it is rare and very few to assure everyone.
    The are right, but no one seems to ask, as it is still a trial, just what will it be like in a month, 3 months, 6 months, so why are the drug companies saying you will have to another vaccination?

    The honest truth, is they do not know.
    There is a lot of money flowing around in the system, while it seems like a “gold rush” for some.
    Doctors like Fauci, that were dabbling in patents, shares, Bill Gates buying into companies, and then the illegalities in some of those deals, does not make it all right.

    Even in New Zealand we seem to have post-poned or seems to have canceled the handling of a proper commission of inquiry into Covid & how New Zealand handled it with lock-downs, protective gear, isolation, quarantine, then to even run a comparison to the public health plan for a pandemic laid out in August 2017.
    https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/influenza-pandemic-plan-framework-action-2nd-edn-aug17.pdf
    Whoops probably why no one in the Labour Party or Health Department have scrambled to keep it quiet.

    wg; yes always to busy to allow an inquiry that will expose their stuff ups.

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  25. The live among us, through out the world;- eh Comrade.
    UK Labour Party conference, a series of clips of some of the delegates speaking.

    Can the Labour Party Be Saved?
    https://youtu.be/SBbjkoY6EW8
    4 mins 32 secs. : • May 12, 2021

    This footage is a cut down of the full cringe of [UK] Labour 2019 party conference.

    The intro clips would have gone down well and resonated with “our Ardern”.
    Near the end it would have resonated well with Winston Peters views on capitalism, when putting Ardern in the spot light in 2017.

    Now how does this compare to the New Zealand Labour Party conferences.
    Are they unleashed now?

    Do the karens & kevins here in New Zealand even weigh up the consequences of what they have empowered.

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  26. Ive just been watching a BBC Newsnight programme about the current intifada by Hamas against Israel, and there’s a lot of emphasis on ‘the negotiation process’ , ‘talks’ and ways to ‘de-escalate’.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1XQqz7WREQ

    Ha-fucking-ha. ‘De-escalation’ is exactly what’s not needed here. What is needed is for Israel to absolutely crush the Hamas terrorist regime operating out of Gaza; ignore the civilian shields that the terrorists are hiding behind and bomb the living shit out of the whole place while at the same time cracking down hard on any ‘Palestinian’ who even farts within Israel itself.

    These people view ‘negotiation’ and ‘de-escalation’ as a sign of weakness and not to engage them fully and without mercy would be the biggest mistake Israel could make.

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