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  1. I am just a small town South Island country boy but am noticing a lot more people are waving their phones at the Covid thing and more notices about it outside shops here in the North Island. We were camped at a small camping ground, Ashhurst, and a youngish woman walking a dog by herself signed in after using the toilet.
    The logical conclusion is that should someone come in from overseas and wander around with it and was to say they had been here and there all these good people would be willing to be tested and then self isolate for 10 days.
    More fool them



    • Good to see Stuff are now batting for these poor hard done by boys, just read how their dear Mum’s, from their Australian homes, point out how mis treateded and misunderstood they are, no doubt after their fine and upstanding up bringing.



    • Even if in a game of limbo the bar fell to the floor i believe stuffed could still easily make it under, theyre lower then low.
      If theyre that concerned they shouldve given him a soft cuddly pink teddy and a lil blankey to snuggle and keep safe.

      Stuffed, the home of crim cuddling and defending the utter scum of nz. If tarrant was part maori we woukdve had numerous sob stories about him by now.



    • Don’t worry mate, not only are we ‘kind’ enough to import the Mongols i.e 501’s etc etc…….Thanks to Cinderella, the Govt has upped the anti and decided to increase our uptake of refugees. Whether it’s the Mongols or Mongrel Mob, the outcome is the same. But for heavens sake……BE KIND, think of the children

      Don’t get me wrong here, I genuinely believe that some refugees deserve a break and have had a shit life and not of their own doing but where I draw the line is welcoming the likes of queue jumpers (economic migrants) such as Boochani, Golriz, Ricardo Manbenzover etc. that have absolutely no intention of making NZ a better place, those ass-wipes think we owe them a living.

      As for the likes of Anjum what’s her name the ‘oppressed’ Muslim, check out her twitter handle. She says in her own words, she’s a “social disruptor”. In other words, she of many of her cohorts want diversity yet plead for division i.e. “social disruption”

      You couldn’t make this shit up but in the mean time we’re expected to bend over and take this BS.



  2. ” Carke, do you take jacinda to be your lawful wedded wife?”

    Clarke ” I do.”

    “Jacinda, do you take Clarke to be your lawful wedded husband?”

    Jacinda “I refude the premise of that question”

    Have a great day folks.



  3. Every now and then i go for a scroll through trademe jobs, had a nosey last night and noticed a heap of dhb positions of all sorts on my region. Usually theres one maybe two listed but this time theres was heaps and all highlighted as “listed today”,  anyways i typed “dhb” into trademe jobs and was quite suprised at the amount of search results (1100+) and the majority listed in the last week or so.

    Has money finally trickled through to somewhere in real need or have a shit ton of our medical staff had enough and quit?



  4. If you are able-bodied, and there is work available, the benefit should not be an option. End. Of.

    Northland veggie grower sells land and sows pasture after labour shortage ‘shambles’
    “Disgusted” is the word he uses. “My business is finished. You can’t run a business if you can’t get the workers. And that’s a problem this Government just isn’t interested in.”

    Of his roughly 26ha of productive land, Heap has sold about a fifth (the sale is now unconditional and settles later this month), and he’s in the process of sowing the remainder in grass to run as a lifestyle block with a few dozen head of cattle.

    Heap is 78 and had hoped to pass the business to his son, now in his 40s, a mechanic, who’s been working with him since roughly 2016.

    “Instead, he’s just finishing his last week,” Heap says. “I’ve had to make him redundant.”

    In recent years, Heap’s spring courgette crop has topped 400 tonnes, making him one of the country’s most significant growers of the vegetable.

    He’d expected to rely on about 11 Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme workers from Thailand, but that changed when New Zealand closed its borders in March.

    When the labour-intensive harvest rolled around in September and October, Heap says he simply had “no hope” of getting experienced workers familiar with the arduous work.

    “The few RSEs who were here didn’t have the experience I needed and hiring local workers has just been chaos. It was a shambles.”

    Heap says he had a young woman who turned up to work with a boyfriend who followed her around the field all day: “He couldn’t keep his hands off her, I wasn’t employing him, he just showed up. I had to ask him to leave.”

    He had a teenage boy so nervous and aggressive he couldn’t accept simple picking instructions without tensing for a physical fight: “It turned out he came from a lot of violence at home, no dad, and an uncle who was beating him.”

    Heap says he had workers who left without notice; workers who failed to turn up; and workers who tried the tiring, repetitive job of walking, stooping and cutting for a few hours only to call it quits.

    All up he says he employed close to 50 pickers in the season, and he still lost about 20 per cent of his crop because of the shortage of productive workers.

    In November and again in the new year, Heap says he contacted the local constituency office of his Northland MP, Willow-Jean Prime, looking for help. “That was the last straw,” he says, “I never even got a response.”



  5. Just reslised today marks 6mnths since joining up to ysb, thanks Ed and all you other stupid boys n girls for your great contributions.
    Keep it up, i enjoy a blog immune to lefty trolls/shills ysb shits all over other blogs.

    Enjoy your day folks 🙂



  6. Is there any nation more stupid, more cowardly, and more servile to rank authority than Australia as a result of COVID fraud?

    When China invades, they will take over the world’s largest kindergarten. Easier than the Japanese conquest of Singapore!



    • I’ve just flown Auckland-Brisbane and back and both Auckland and Brisbane overseas terminals were absolutely deserted. Empty. Vast glittering areas of lights and polished floors with less than half the shops open. I have pictures on my phone and they’re ghostly and unreal.

      I can’t see how international travel will recover from this madness. Even worse, those few travellers who are allowed out of their home detention are compelled to be muzzled and they can be seen wandering around with their frightened zombie-like eyes peering over their masks. In Brisbane the public address system was repeatedly announcing – like Big Brother – that masks must be worn, even though there was almost nobody there.

      The infrastructure still exists because it has already been built; but there won’t be any new development of aircraft or facilities in the future and the whole industry will fade away and die. It’s already happening.



      • I read a detailed investment report on AIA- Auckland International Airport- in 2019.
        It was basically projecting that by 2040 it would be 2.5 times more people volume than 2018.

        Two and half times.
        Within 12 months that looked a hairy projection.
        However, the AIA share price is holding at present.

        What was interesting was they were predicting large revenue from car parking which is already a good revenue spinner.
        They don’t want a tram from the central city but it will not affect them much as it would be basically for backpackers – so Auckland ratepayers would subsidise cheap arze backpackers.
        At present these people – although not happening in 2021 – have used the Airporter Bus which has run for over 15 years down the very Dominion Road they intend to cannibalize.
        Business people would still use taxi and uber.

        Similar to Brisbane. I used the BNE train service about 20 years ago to get to central city.
        It was for a 3 days training session starting about 9am. I did not need a vehicle while there.
        I got dropped off for the return trip.
        The 95% of Aucklanders that will not be serviced by a tram will do what they have always done.

        Why the retarded fools want a tram down an already busy thoroughfare instead of extending the rail line 3 km from where it is and having a better capture area I guess lies with every other retarded thing they do.

        I’ll send a bill for $2 million for that advice.

        The Brisbane Airport is soooo much better than than Sydney Airport.
        I used it 21 months ago.



        • In more populated countries the domestic airports/terminals are still operating at some sort of level due to domestic travel not being quite so fucked as international. The Sunshine Coast, for example, was buzzing.

          But here with a tiny population and our tourism previously dependent on overseas tourists paying inflated prices to see tribal war dances or jump off a bridge, I think domestic travel is going to be in trouble for a long time to come.



  7. Husband comes home and says:
    “Honey, I invited a friend to have dinner with us today.
    Screaming she replies: “What? Are you crazy? The house is a mess, I did not buy any groceries, the dishes are dirty and I’m not in the mood to cook anything special.”
    “I know”
    “So why did you invite him?”
    “Because the poor guy is thinking about getting married”



  8. Iran’s largest ship sinks following fire – reliable reports that the cause was an experiment in the engine room to get better performance by introducing Camel dung infused with dynamite. The loss is not a problem however as rear admiral Krapemi has reported that their new fleet of rowing boats equipped with the latest automatic pea shooters has successfully driven the US 7th fleet out of the Gulf – in an unconfirmed report the 7th Fleet was seen patrolling in the S China sea.




  9. Kama Sutra

    Original title कामसूत्र

    Translator: Many

    Country India

    Language Sanskrit

    Subject The art of living well, the nature of love, finding a life partner, maintaining one’s love life, and other aspects pertaining to pleasure-oriented faculties of human life

    The Kama Sutra (lit. ’Principles of Lust’) is an ancient Indian Sanskrit text on sexuality, eroticism and emotional fulfillment in life.

    Attributed to Vātsyāyana, the Kama Sutra is neither exclusively nor predominantly a sex manual on sex positions, but written as a guide to the art of living well, the nature of love, finding a life partner, maintaining one’s love life, and other aspects pertaining to pleasure-oriented faculties of human life.

    It is a sutra-genre text with terse aphoristic verses that have survived into the modern era with different bhāṣyas (exposition and commentaries). The text is a mix of prose and anustubh-meter poetry verses. The text acknowledges the Hindu concept of Purusharthas, and lists desire, sexuality, and emotional fulfillment as one of the proper goals of life. Its chapters discuss methods for courtship, training in the arts to be socially engaging, finding a partner, flirting, maintaining power in a married life, when and how to commit adultery, sexual positions, and other topics. The majority of the book is about the philosophy and theory of love, what triggers desire, what sustains it, and how and when it is good or bad.

    The text is one of many Indian texts on Kama Shastra. It is a much-translated work in Indian and non-Indian languages. The Kamasutra has influenced many secondary texts that followed after the 4th-century CE, as well as the Indian arts as exemplified by the pervasive presence Kama-related reliefs and sculpture in old Hindu temples. Of these, the Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh is a UNESCO world heritage site. Among the surviving temples in north India, one in Rajasthan sculpts all the major chapters and sexual positions to illustrate the Kamasutra.

    According to Wendy Doniger, the Kamasutra became “one of the most pirated books in English language” soon after it was published in 1883 by Richard Burton. This first European edition by Burton does not faithfully reflect much in the Kamasutra because he revised the collaborative translation by Bhagavanlal Indrajit and Shivaram Parashuram Bhide with Forster Arbuthnot to suit 19th-century Victorian tastes.



  10. Doctor on COVID Vax: “We Screwed-Up. We didn’t realize the Spike Protein is a TOXIN” Does this mean everyone vaccinated is manufacturing their own Spike Protein Toxins in their own bodies?

    Listen to the audio. We must stop the vaccine programme to avert a catastrophe.




    • Who would you pay it to?
      She has so many names.

      Perhaps pay out with a lien attached where is was forcibly confiscated upon release.
      I have not followed the KS saga.
      That was such a debacle and the critical fool, ‘BJ’ Matthews got off largely unscathed considering his contribution and enablement
      Martin ‘BJ’ Matthews destroyed 3 careers while he was enjoying ‘favours’ but bitched and moaned about his own.
      What an arzewipe.



  11. Sad or heinous to take his son with him?

    Auckland house fire where dad and child were found dead was ‘non-accidental’ — police

    Police this morning revealed that a fire in Auckland’s Coatesville last week, in which emergency responders found the bodies of a child and his father, was “non-accidental”.



    • Cunt move, some women do the same too if bitter custody battles dont go their way.

      Kids should never be used as a weapon/pawn and i find it extremely sad when an innocent kid loses their life through absolutely no fault of their own.

      Weird its labelled “non accidental” usually its murder suicide, guess thats part of the woke poolice big book of woke words.



  12. Racism accusations being amplified by the media.


    New Zealanders need to understand how dangerous white supremacy is since it’s become “very normalised” here, an expert on Māori and indigenous rights says.

    It comes amid the Māori Party’s official complaint to the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) over the investigation into a video posted online where a white supremacist threatened to kill Māori and target marae. The party is also accusing police of having double standards when dealing with death threats made against Māori and Pākehā.

    University of Auckland Māori studies Professor Margaret Mutu says white supremacy has been in New Zealand since 1769 when English navigator Captain James Cook arrived.

    “Māori are very used to white supremacy and we experience it on a day-to-day basis. It’s very, very normalised in this country, and often when Māori say that white supremacy or racism is affecting them, we’re not believed,” she tells Newshub.



    • waikatogirl@1141

      Working on the premise that one should put one’s money where one’s mouth is, I do notice that PROFESSOR Mutu choses NOT to reject the ‘White’ academic titles she’s been given, nor the substantial financial recompense she receives by virtue of holding such ‘white’ qualifications.

      Perhaps if she DID in fact reject such ‘colonial’ trappings her views might perhaps have more weight?

      She never will of course; ‘Do as I DEMAND, not actually as I do..’

      The sensationalism-focused NZMSM, of course, think she’s wonderful..



    • “Pakeha are very used to brown supremacy and we experience it on a day-to-day basis. It’s very, very normalised in this country, and often when Pakeha say that brown supremacy or racism is affecting them, we’re not believed,” she tells Newshub.

      Fixed it for you.



  13. There is a coloured trustee in front of thecourt for stealing between $1mil and $1.6mil!
    They are not sure, bad bookeeping is to blame?
    Bugger all recovered as was pissed up against the wall or scoffed!
    Bet the rest of the tribal elders are pissed. Not so much for them and having to drive Morris Marina’s, instead of BMW!
    I would hope that some heads rolled after that lot!



    • You can be sure that there will be a secret payout compensation from the bank of U n ME of the $1 to 1.6 mill.

      But is it still $500k for all of flooded Canterbury?

      They love their wee secrets; like Ihumatao .



  14. According to government the maori are been picked on so they are going to set a new commission to look into the poor old whiteman again!
    How about one that looked at both sides of the coin?
    But don’t they have one already run by Mangy Fool!



    • Most of these people have a direct white parent – often from the UK.

      Special K; The new GG; Winston; Carmel Sepuloni (y’know the white mother who did the DSW fraud for years)
      Taika Cohen/Waititi – white mother who basically raised him alone.
      John + David Tamihere – white mother

      it looks like the 2 racist Maori Party members have kept their ancestry out of Wikipedia but we know Rawiri Waititi is married to John Tamihere’s daughter so his wife is at least half white

      The Adams family – Steven the basketballer, Valerie etc
      Their father was a tall white Pom 7 ft 1 in who impregnated 5 women in NZ alone; to produce 19 or so kids.

      There is no such thing as a purebred Maori and I would challenge them to even find a genuine half-breed Maori today in the world.

      It is just $$$$ fed racism , government-endorsed just like South Africa was .
      Where is Minto now?



  15. The government has appointed a panel to investigate racism and bias in the New Zealand Police. There are nineteen bludgers on the panel and it will be chaired by Kim the crim hugger Workman. Can you even imagine how much this will cost and how much damage it will do to the cops? This country is truly fucked.



    • Who cares theyre just scummy pigs, they deserve all the bad shit thats about to happen to them in the new era of racial wokeness.
      They were more then happy to sell out the public and enforce fascism so they can get fucked, strip them of their uniform and treat like hullen and goff did returning nam vets. Treat them like the scum they are, they can go cry on their mongrel mob mates shoulders.



        • The cops are only interested in low hanging fruit. They don’t have the balls nor the mandate to effectively fight crime. Fuck them. They’ve made their bed, let them lie in horse hair filled ones.
          It would be easy to deal to the gangs if they did their job properly.
          No respect for the woke guitar playing wimps.
          Overtook a mufti a couple of weeks back. He was baiting on a 3km straight. Pulled me over.
          1st thing I said was “you weren’t doing a hundy”. Got a warning.
          Whatever puss puss, try driving to the conditions, I’ve got things to do, places to be.
          How hard would it be to set up a real anti-gang squad and start popping them all off?
          Plausible deniability is all that is needed, no-one other than the ferals would give two shits, everyone else less than one.
          “We raided the pad and were confronted with illegal weaponry, so we had to shoot. ”
          Fuck them, put them up against the wall.
          Bring it on half caste murris, the main perpetrators of crime.



  16. As Officer Tatum points out in his latest video the release of the Fauci e mails reflects rather badly on President Trump. I do hope President Trump will issue a forthright statement on the matter so we are not left with lingering doubts about his judgement as the whole stinking house of covid cards comes crashing down. Of course people who have been so comprehensively hoodwinked, which included most of our government and advisers as well as the multitude of dimwitted plebs, are going to find it very hard to admit that they have been so completely taken in and that those of us they labeled “conspiracy nuts” were right all along so we must not ease up on the pressure.



  17. This is going to end in tears:

    Housing crisis: Absent homeowners warned over bright-line taxes

    Homeowners who do not live in their house for a significant period may be caught by new tax rules aimed at property investors and may end up facing a large tax bill, according to the national accountant’s body.

    The Government has tightened the bright-line property rule, which will hit people selling houses, other than their main home, within 10 years of purchasing.

    The net gains made on the sale of the house within that period is added to the person’s income and taxed at their top rate.

    “Examples of where the main home exclusion doesn’t apply won’t be rare and thanks to high house prices, the tax bills won’t be small.”

    He said people seconded by their employer to another part of the country for more than a year could be caught by the provision, as could people planning to build their own home.



      • How do they know if anyone is living in the house?
        I call bullshit!
        You don’t need a landline today.
        You maybe using solar panels for your power. They may catch you on this.
        You may need water/waste turnover.
        If need be leave a couple of lights on and a hose running slowly into the toilet to prove occupancy.
        But inflation more than covers the bills, along with lawnmower man, who can check on the place while he’s there!



    • What about your batch in the Coromandel. That gets caught as well.

      If you are a farmer and have farrn cottages and you sell then they get caught and you lose any interest deductions as well.

      If you have student accommodation the you fatten the treasury.
      Councils will;l be caught with their buying and selling of properties as will NZTA and so many others.
      What a fuck up from the fucked up.

      Iwi with their granny houses who have borrowed and are paying interest. Probably get off scotto free. as usual.



  18. Built on monopoly money.


    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern claims New Zealand is “outperforming Australia economically” and a leading economist agrees thanks to our comparably low unemployment rate.

    It comes as new Treasury data shows the Government is now $107.5 billion in debt, representing 33.9 percent of GDP, which is calculated by comparing what the Government owes with what it produces, or its gross domestic product.

    Figures released in Budget 2021 showed Government debt is expected to increase by close to $100 billion in the next few years, peaking at 48 percent of GDP in 2023. The Government expects to get back to surplus from 2027.



  19. Huge blaze breaks out at key oil refinery south of Tehran – just hours after another mystery inferno caused Iran’s navy flagship to sink in the Gulf of Oman


    Iran says refinery engulfed in fire to be back online Thursday




  20. So the greens want new regulation to suppress right wing parties…

    The Greens want the Government to regulate electoral interference, disinformation spreading and also legislate for Kiwis’ right to privacy.

    That comes in the wake of the removal of the Advance NZ/New Zealand Public Party’s Facebook page for repeated violations of its misinformation and harm policies just two days before last year’s election.


    Im sure the greens climate change misinformation will be subject to the same rules //



    • If you don’t know who they are, how can you complain? Secert squirrels?
      It’s almost like they have their own many phill twyford clones!
      Ever since labour came to power, stuffup, after stuffup!
      It’s become expected if it’s labour or maori, it’s a stuffup!



  21. Like the Event 201 pandemic simulation just months before they decided to create an actual pandemic situation, the Globalists released a cyber attack simulation that is now following the same playbook. They always tell you what they are going to do….it’s a game they play with us….they are evil.

    Cyber Polygon 2021: Globalists Run Simulation Of a Coming “Cyber Pandemic” To Prepare For Economic Reset
    Globalist institutions and the Russian government participated in a high-profile cyberattack simulation targeting the financial industry, an actual event that would pave the way for a “reset” of the global economy.

    Cyber Polygon 2021 is the annual continuation of last year’s Cyber Polygon 2020 event, which included Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, and participants like WEF founder Klaus Schwab, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, and about 20 other members of the political elite.




  22. First off, thanks YSB for posting your ‘MAGA’ stickers in the post from the previous election a few years back.

    Anyway, regarding the previous ‘rigged’ election. Do you reckon Winston Peters chose the fish and chip wrapper compared to Bill English because she reminded him of Pharlap?

    As for feeding our ‘mokopuna’ free lunch at schools, surely this current Govt should supply Slushy machines like under Winston/Jones tenure like they did for prison staff back in their hay-day.

    No such thing as a free lunch unless of course you’re a career politician like 2 pie Woods…..It begs the question, who ate all the pies, who ate all the pies?



  23. Lindsay Mitchell.

    The welfare state is unsustainable economically, socially and morally.

    People couldn’t become unemployable if there wasn’t an alternative to working for money. The benefit system creates a vicious cycle. Paying indefinite benefits makes some people unemployable therefore requiring more benefits.

    Just last week Nash said gangs aren’t a problem (“You have nothing to fear”) and now he says unemployability should be tolerated.

    What a no-hoper – literally.




    • PJW does it well Bn. 🙂

      Tucker runs does also goes through a time line, showing up the straight up lies.

      Tucker: Fauci deserves to be under ‘criminal investigation’
      11 mins 30 secs : • Jun 3, 2021

      Also draws up points how Fauci has lied about vaccines.
      The number of times been in cahoots with Bill Gates.
      Also pointing out the contrast of msm silence or as CNN runs a cover to make it like it is all over stated and misinterpreted into a “frank honesty” by Fauci.
      New Zealand media, if they say anything will undoubtedly follow the CNN line.

      Just what has Helen Clark been hiding, slip sliding around in her well paid report?
      So was she truthful? and served her masters well?



    • Will Helen Clark review her report, and do it again, just as Fauci says, he would do it again.
      When will our media interview Helen Clark? ask what does she know, and when?
      Should also be asked of Ashley Bloomfield, Hipkins & Ardern.

      Rand Paul on whether there’s ‘criminal culpability’ regarding Dr. Fauci
      8 mins 02 secs :

      Conflicts of Interest, and things that makes it even worse, with even more links, for Fauci.

      When will New Zealand have its own Royal Commission of Inquiry, about how we abandoned the Pandemic Plans as laid out in 2017, and the value of lockdowns, masks, medical treatment, social distancing, vaccines, etc..



  24. Baity.
    The NZ National Party could learn from this. The progressive/ left mainstream media is freedom’s greatest enemy, and the US Republican party may at last be understanding the need to fight them with more vigour than they fight the Democrat Party. A Repub PAC group is running an ad targeting CNN. The National Party should also wake up to the fact that the real Labour party in NZ is the media who daily protect and run interference for Jacinda and her comrades. All the Nats need to do is substitute any media outlet in NZ for CNN, and they’ve got their localised version of the same ad.




    • Very good point Bn that Redbaiter makes.

      One of the reasons I like posting James O’Keefe of Project Veritas, that takes on & exposing CNN policies.
      Here is where the New York Times are wriggling like a worm on a hook on the law suit for defamation of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.

      UPDATE: New York Times FILES MOTION FOR STAY of Discovery Process in Veritas’ Defamation Case
      9 mins 19 secs. : • Jun 2, 2021

      So a motion to “stay” is to buy time; to cover up?
      It is not a motion to dismiss, as New York Times would seem to have no case for that. 🙂

      Not the only ones taking on that msm.
      Crowder vs Utube. …
      Dershowitz vs. CNN…
      Candice vs Facebook …
      Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai vs Twitter
      Sandman vs CNN, CBS,Wapo, NYt some agreements so big, that are under a silence agreement.
      Take heart, 🙂

      Can we take on, sue our media repeaters, for supplying incorrect case numbers, like not considering “false positives”?
      On their interpretation of what is correct, that seems to be a crock.



      • Dr Shiva will win his case easily and I have great hopes for the others.
        I don’t think any of our ‘people of influence’ have a spine, or the inclination to go against the propagandistic narrative, for whatever reason.
        The lone voices are not gaining the impetus they need to crack the facade.
        We need another Winston, who is not Winston. Someone with charisma.
        A maverick.



  25. BFD

    Dear Editor

    I have never in my 72 years seen a Prime Minister such as Jacinda Ardern. This is the same lady who famously said, “I will govern for all New Zealanders,” a statement about bringing the country together.

    Now she has set about dividing the country in a racial way.

    I won’t go on about all the promises made and how she has never been asked to explain why they haven’t fulfilled them.

    Now with Grant Robertson, she is giving people money when they get work. They then quit the job $5,000 better off after not working a week and our country goes further into debt.

    She is always saying that this government will be transparent. I wonder if she can even spell the word? This government is the most underhanded I have ever seen in my lifetime.

    My grandfather stood for Taranaki many years ago and I have been very loyal but she has just lost my loyalty. I won’t start on the white privilege she’s starting in schools. Apart from telling lies is she also too blind to see that there are many underprivileged whites as well?

    Good luck to National and ACT as I will certainly be voting for one of you as it takes more than a mouthful of teeth to run a country.


    ex Labour Voter




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