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  1. I was almost over come with excitement yesterday when I realized that I was walking along the same paths that out glorious leader may traverse in her beautiful wedding finery at a time in the future that best suits her political needs. Oh how romantic, how glorious, how Woman’s Weekly ish, will it conflict with the release of our leaders film, will it be milked far greater than the total milking each morning in New Zealand, you betcha.

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  2. Concerning the ‘heading’ image

    To give them their due they invariably work very, very hard and are usually model citizens who know the value of both money and education and will move (and sell if they can) heaven and earth to make a future for themselves and their children.

    Unlike some of the locals….

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    • Agree. Possibly besides a few “refugees” ( genuine Refugees exempt) it takes a lot of balls to immigrate, and thus immigrants, generally, try and make the most of the opportunities offered by their new country. I guarantee there are very few immigrants on welfare….

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    • It’s racial appropriation replacing Arkwright with Pakistanis. Arkwright, the miserly shop owner too tight to close his corner shop in case he missed a sale would be rolling in his grave to be upstaged! Open All Hours was the original bank holiday and weekend corner shop. and he never closed except for the nurse Gladys Emmanuel and only hid from the black widow.

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  3. I was looking forward to keeping down my cornflakes this morning but then I read the Herald headline “Jacinda Ardern laid bare”. The image in my mind was quickly followed by the returning cornflakes.

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    • Morning B Venton, and fellow travelers (soon to be on bikes). The upside of Jacinda being laid bare, is that it’s about another biograply, so we can look forward the next round of “Turn Ardern”.

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    • It’s like something one might read in North Korea or Venezuela:

      Jacinda Ardern laid bare in new biography: ‘I live in fear of what might be’

      12 Jun, 2021 05:00 AM
      9 minutes to read
      By: Supriya Vani and Carla A Harte

      A new biography of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern charts her rise from ambitious small-town schoolgirl through Jacindamania to globally respected leader. This extract explores why her style of leadership is proving so successful.

      To continue reading this article and to support great journalism
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      So will the obedient drones actually now PAY to read the state propaganda exalting our ‘globally respected’ leader? If so, then this regime is surely more successful at taking over our country than Kim or Chávez. Their propaganda was free, but to get people to actually BUY their own brainwashing is a stroke of genius.

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      • But it will happen less, when she starts replacing the turkeys she has with her at the moment with high quality people!
        Oh wait that carpark puddle again. That’s the best she’s ever getting.
        Oh dear, it’s a problem for her and relief for the turkeys!

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  4. Good morning to you all out there in New Zealand or where ever you are, , the question I have Saggy is who will rid us of this dreadful woman? Someone? Anyone? I am trying to give up swearing about the ptpm and its a new challenge for me.

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    • Sorry Lizzie, but there’s nobody who will rid us of this dreadful woman because:

      A) There is zero effective political opposition. This is not an exaggeration, it is simply stating the fact.

      B) Unlike Chile in 1973, New Zealand has no viable army and the only armed citizens are the indigenous criminal gangs who are benefiting immensely from the regime

      C) Thus, the only real choice now is to leave while it’s still possible because resistance has become (literally) futile. Australia will soon shut its doors as the former New Zealand slides into tyranny and becomes a Chinese satellite state.

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        • There is certainly evidence of a slide into tyranny in Victoria, Hooker and Starving, but I sense that in general Australia isn’t in as much danger as the former New Zealand. For one thing, their state/federal system makes it more difficult for one party to take total control – and, more importantly, Aussies are more bolshy against authoritarianism and much more proud of their heritage and their society.

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          • Aussies don’t take shit like we do. NZ has turned into a bunch of apologetic, woke wowsers. I just hope there’s enough spine left in this place when push comes to shove. I do believe, however, that the fuckwits make all the noise, and that there’s still a silent majority of ‘normal’ people just quietly going about their stuff.

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          • A large part of it is the media filth and they are like here.

            Most of Australia would never have heard of Sky News let alone watch it.

            Whilst NSW is doing OK now under Gladys they are not so bad, but a lot of damage done from mostly dodgy State Govt for the higher percentage of the last 40 years.

            The central Govt immigration policy I think is appalling.
            Like NZ and UK it has done nothing to raise the standard of living of the average citizen and in fact it has raised house prices in all 3 economies.

            The media are part of the problem. A large part. They will automatically bad mouth a liberal Govt even if they are doing good.
            Damned if you do , damned if you dont.
            Gladys and Scomo cop it.

            Victoria has the Labor Govt and I cannot see a way clear for QLD to shed its bloody Labor Govt in the foreseeable future.
            However the media will go gently on them as they (the media filth) are unionised pricks .

            Earnings can be pretty good in some occupations.
            My friend’s son got a double degree in Law/Commerce- LLB/B.Comm and yet he has worked for QLD rail for the last 2 years doing station announcements.
            On $80 k a year. No incentive to change.
            Unskilled labour can be very high paying as Air NZ found out when they purchased Ansett.
            The baggage handlers then 20 years ago were on 80k AFAIR

            It is a strange economy and they stick on extra taxes for things like I think it was an extra 1.25% on higher earners to fund the East Timor war. That took taxes over 50 cents in the dollar.

            I laughed 30 years ago when they still had high personal taxes and NZ was 33% top.
            John Timu – ‘studying’ Commerce at Otago – while playing rugby joined the high number of converts that went from Union to League.
            Timu negotiated his salary. Then he found out he would lose more than half in tax and wanted to renegotiate !!!
            And he was supposedly studying commerce.

            The important thing to do is your homework.
            I remember back in the 1980s in NSW Annual car rego was $500 a year. A lot then.
            They have leaky buildings which are starting to bite. This has been about the last 15 and bit years.

            I met a woman -must have been 15 years ago -who went in the great wave of the 1980s/second term of Labour Govt but whilst she liked it just found the heat too much and returned to NZ after 15 years.

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            • I was talking to the neighbour of where I stayed in Perth. She told me her 22 year nephew, who is trained house painter, has in the last year got a fly in fly out job at one of the mining construction outfits up north. He has trained to do a bit of sand blasting be fore painting. The neighbour is a very experienced nurse. She said the nephew gets about 5 x times what she earns and will get $30k extra if he stays in the job for a year,

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  5. I detect a change Lizzie .
    More people are waking up to the lies and woke policies.
    My neighbours manager called to see me yesterday . He has voted labour in the past but boy was he ranting .never again he said but added he wouldn’t vote National.
    That’s the problem now. National are useles and we need a strong opposition Party to combine with Act.
    Red thinks there will be a move to Luxon but I think that is a big mistake if it happens.

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    • Lost Notional.
      Since 2017 there has been
      English; Bridges; Toddy Who+Whooton; Collins in 4 years
      Add in Luxon that would be 5 for 5 .
      5 leaders (?) in 5 years.

      They are so out if touch it hurts
      Their disconnect with the community puts them almost at IHC level

      If you have a goods train and the wagons are full of shit, changing the engine does not remove the shit from the wagons.

      Not only did they not fight ‘for us’ over the Zero Carbon bill crap, they actually voted FOR it and said they disagreed with it.
      That is moron level of stupidity.
      That did not just cut the apron strings to the voters, it slashed the apron strings, boiled them in acid, and buried the apron strings in 10 foot of steel and concrete.

      There is no way back from that.
      It was treason.

      The brand is severely damaged ; more so than in 2002.
      While they continue with the same people, doing the same things, carrying has-beens, using the same shocker candidate selection methods, the rot that is eating away since (not so) Goodfellow became deadbeat President more than 10 years ago, will continue.

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  6. Like everything this Government does it’s one rule for them and another for those in business like our Landlords.
    Government accused of double standards over health of our state housing portfolio.
    The Government has been accused of having one rule for landlords and another for itself when it comes to meeting it’s own healthy homes standards.
    In a fiery exchange in Parliament yesterday associate Housing Minister Poto Williams confirmed just 11,345 of a total 66 000 State Houses currently meet the healthy homes standards.
    The Government has until the 1st of July 2023 to meet those same standards but has come under scrutiny over why Landlords had a different deadline.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/444486/govt-accused-of-double-standards-over-health-of-state-houses
    NZ Property investors Executive Sharon Cullid said it was not fair their was one rule for landlords and another for the Government.

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  7. From Qurious Kiwi on Telegram 10/06/21
    Make of it what you will.

    Bombshell Testimony

    In the next 24 hours I will be posting a witness testimony with supporting documentation of treason committed by top officials in the New Zealand government.

    This is at the request of the witness who wants the testimony shared far and wide.

    Please pray for the wellbeing of this brave witness who is willing to put their life on the line to expose this.

    In the unlikely event that something should happen to me, there is a contingency plan in place for the footage to released.

    I’ll also note the NZ Police have been notified and are in possession of the physical evidence.

    11/06/21 Counterspin media.

    #11 A NATION BETRAYED Start at 30 mins.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur6lopQH-EE

    Full Liz Lambert interview.
    Has Treason Been Committed? – Alfred Mitchell’s Testimony
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTC09QfXBHg

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  8. The Evil Empire strikes back.
    The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners is calling for patients and doctors to rely on “evidence-based” information to make decisions and give advice about the vaccine.

    Medical director Bryan Betty​ said vaccine hesitancy was increasing and GPs were concerned about the influence of conspiracy theories and misinformation on the vaccination programme.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125411083/covid19-multiple-complaints-over-antivaccine-doctors

    Talking to my friend a chemist last night and he told me thatthey were checking on what was being said. He also said he has read through all the Phizer tests and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
    He is concerned for people and concerned about the magnetic ability of this non vacine. Set up for 5g he thinks.

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  9. The sorry state of Britain…

    Three weeks to flatten the curve!! Remember that lie? Here’s another…once all over 70’s and the vulnerable have been offered jabs we can open up the country. Lie after lie after lie.

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  10. It is USA orientated, or is it just that NZ does not notice a problem, like the Waikato DHB.

    ~ Hackers steal 26 MILLION logins for Amazon, Apple, Facebook and other tech giants after targeting PCs and making off with payment information from three million devices in latest major security breach
    ~ Researchers discovered an unidentified malware that created a 1.2TB database of personal records stolen from 3.25 million PCs
    ~ Cybersecurity provider NordLocker discovered the malware database, which includes 26 million login credentials
    ~ The information was collected by the malware between 2018 and 2020
    ~ The news comes amid a spike in cybersecurity and ransomware attacks, such as the infamous hacks affecting JBS and Colonial Pipeline
    [~ Waikato DHB ~]

    Hackers steal 26 MILLION logins for Amazon, Apple, Facebook and other tech giants after targeting PCs and making off with payment information from three million devices in latest major security breach
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9673933/Researchers-discovered-mystery-malware-stole-1-2TB-trove-sensitive-data-3-million-PCs.html?ito=amp_twitter_share-top

    Seems like going on for 3 years, now only being talked about, and so far only just 3 million PCs.
    So when will another stash of hacked info/data turn up?

    So why are IRD pushing so much to not accept cheques, and then along with the banks pushing for digital banking.

    Is this a part of governments taking more power in controlling internet data flow, in the name of “for your safety” and clip a ticket or to total control of “social credit” to allow you a ration of what is your funds?

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  11. Rupert Murdoch writes down value of Sun newspapers to zero

    Rupert Murdoch has written down the value of the Sun newspapers to zero as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic helped to fuel a £200m loss at his flagship tabloid titles.

    Advertising and sales revenues at the Sun and the Sun on Sunday plummeted, with turnover falling by 23% from £419.9m to £324m in the year to the end of June 2020.

    The torrid market conditions, coupled with one-off charges related to ongoing legal action over allegations of historical phone hacking, led to pre-tax losses more than tripling from £67.8m in 2019 to £201.4m.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/rupert-murdoch-writes-down-value-of-sun-newspapers-to-zero/ar-AAKWXkM

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  12. This is from the gov.uk website, and was published by SPI-M-O on the 31st of March. If you read on page 10, paragraph 32, of the expected roadmap out of lockdown, you’ll see how the ho-hum, matter of fact, approach to genocide, filters it’s way into so called expert modelling.
    They expect 60-70% of the expected hospital admissions and DEATHS to come from those who have had both vaccinations.

    These people are sick.

    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/975909/S1182_SPI-M-O_Summary_of_modelling_of_easing_roadmap_step_2_restrictions.pdf

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  13. The Government approved a policy at BP Petrol Stations to allow beneficiaries to misuse their Work and Income (WINZ) payment cards to purchase cigarettes, lotto tickets, and other banned items Newshub can reveal.
    More incompetence from a Government out of it’s depth with know intelligence on how taxpayers dollars should be spent.
    Under Ministry of Social Development rules WINZ Cards can only be used to buy approved items like food, petrol, clothing, while purchase’s alcohol, cigarettes, lotto tickets and electronics are expressly Prohibited.
    But Newshub has learned MSD signed off on a policy in December 2019 that let’s beneficiaries buy items that hadn’t been approved for.
    BP says it adopted the policy because it was concerned about staff being abused when cards were declined or being misused.
    MSD confirmed it sanctioned the money because BP had threatened to stop excepting WINZ Cards leaving them in a situation where some beneficiaries might not be able to get petrol in situations of “great need”.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/06/government-signed-off-on-bp-policy-letting-beneficiaries-misuse-winz-cards-to-buy-cigarettes-other-banned-items.html
    Just imagine if Countdown , New World and Pack and Save Supermarkets did the same.

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  14. Builders forced to walk off jobs due to supply shortage

    They’re busier than ever, but builders are struggling with a continued shortage in construction supplies.
    Without the materials they need, some are having to down tools and wait.

    The industry warns this can’t go on long-term and is urging the Government to act.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/06/builders-forced-to-walk-off-jobs-due-to-supply-shortage.html

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  15. Kiwi Language
    Kel Richards

    A friend of mine recently sent me a notice from a big law firm announcing the introduction of ‘Gender Affirmation Leave’. It will, apparently, be available to anyone ‘needing to take time out for surgery or other medical procedures during affirmation’.

    It is the language being used here that is deceitful on an industrial scale. People suffering from gender dysphoria are constantly being offered something called ‘affirmation’. But surely what is intended is the exact opposite – rejection. This so-called ‘affirmation’ involves rejecting their birth gender, telling them to reject the evidence of their own eyes when they look at their body, and to reject the science that says you are stuck with the genome pair you have – either XX or XY.

    https://www.spectator.com.au/2021/06/kiwi-language-2/

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  16. Govt adopts ‘timber-first policy’ for building industry in bid to combat climate change

    The building industry is in for a shake-up as the Government adopts a timber-first policy to help combat climate change.

    New research shows the building industry needs to halve its emissions in a decade if New Zealand wants to hit its 2050 carbon target.

    Constructed with a timber frame, it’s hoped the University of Canterbury’s Beatrice Tinsley Building — the tallest of its kind in the country — will inspire a change in construction, and therefore the climate.

    “This building, for instance, has an embodied carbon of about 400 kilograms of carbon per metre squared of its 60-year life span. Typical buildings are about 1000,” Jasmax architect Stephen Middleton explained.

    Manufacturing steel and concrete sends massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere.

    “It can sequester carbon for long periods of time. For this building, I would say at least 50 years so we are delaying the release of carbon back to the atmosphere,” Canterbury University associate professor of engineering, Minghao Li, explained.

    Li says the building is structurally strong.

    “It has great self-centring capacity and really a low-damage design. When a big earthquake comes, you expect very small amounts of damage and very quickly, we can repair this type of building,” he said.

    The minister in charge, Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash, is now keen to step in.

    “There is nothing you can do with steel and concrete that can’t be done with timber,” Nash said.

    With 2.1 million hectares of forest plantation, a plan is now being rolled out to state agencies.

    “What that will look like is if you are building a building for the state sector or the state sector is building a building itself, then it has to be built out of wood,” Nash said.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/govt-adopts-timber-first-policy-building-industry-in-bid-combat-climate-change?fbclid=IwAR1-M9Nfc4uBHS_BfQZCCuMPvGyMk8chi1w5FUaTDxw0f563fgU6SGgfWrM

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    • “It can sequester carbon for long periods of time. For this building, I would say at least 50 years so we are delaying the release of carbon back to the atmosphere,” Canterbury University associate professor of engineering, Minghao Li, explained.

      What, 50 years !!

      Ah yes, typical Govt policy ..kick the can down the road.

      How about they clamp down on leaky homes that rots timbers and releases the carbon in a handful of years.

      Academic claptrap.

      Canterbury University you say.
      Does Minghao Li know Anne Marie Brady?
      Asking for a political enemy.

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      • I wouldn’t read too much into that BN. Blackrock are the largest fund manager on the planet. There are huge amounts invested in Blackrock run index funds and etf’s. Index funds would generally need to own ANZ.
        Index funds do not usually exert any pressure on the investee companies as they are passive by design. Blackrock are therefore holding these shares on behalf of 1000’s of small investors and likely 100’s of pension funds. Similarly Vanguard are a major supplier of passive funds, not sure about Norges Bank would need to do some research.

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          • From your linked article- “In addition to this, we have the diversification factor by which the firm grew even further. In 2009, Barclays sold iShares, their exchange-traded fund (ETF) business, to BlackRock for 13.5 Billion US Dollars. And 10 years later, iShares accounted for 30% of the AUM or 2.2 Trillion US Dollars. If all this is not enough to make Blackrock the world’s largest shadow bank then I don’t know what can be.”

            It doesn’t make Blackrock a Shadow Bank, it just makes them a very large fund manager.
            IShares for example are pretty much all passive etf’s and do not influence the companies in which they hold shares. Personally I think the investment banks such as Goldman Sachs and the trading arms of the big traditional banks such as JP Morgan, Deutche Bank etc are a much more malign influence than Blackrock.

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  17. Just met a couple, the lady is related via the two father’s to Our Leader, she cannot stand her nor can the rest of her family members. Fancy having to live with that around your neck.

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  18. Revealed: Nestlé’s ‘floating supermarket’ sent into heart of the Amazon and PACKED with ultra-processed junk food is blamed for shocking obesity crisis hitting children as young as SEVEN

    Filmed in March 2020 before the first national lockdown, Chris travelled to Muaná, a municipality located in the state of Pará in Northern Brazil – where, until recent years, the local diet was made up of minimally processed foods.

    ‘I’ve been to the Amazon several times as a doctor, ten or twelve years ago, in quite remote places and really I just can’t remember ever seeing anyone who was overweight’, he said.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-9601477/Children-young-SEVEN-living-remote-regions-Amazon-developing-diabetes.html

    https://diabetessciencenews.com/2021-06-05-nestle-junk-food-amazon-rainforests-children-obese.html

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    • Lol they probably ate the lardarses in lean times because they eat more, lazy, tastier and eat 1 fatty vs 5 skinny ppl… now theyre all fat and lazy but shit food on tap so its algood.

      I just look at my hometown 30yrs ago vs today. We had no kfc pizzs hut maccas etc there was just 3 fish n chip shops when i was a kid and in the whole skool maybe 10 fat kids.
      Fast forward 30yrs now all those shit food outlets around and that same school you would struggle to find 50 kids not overweight and some are extremely fat lil fuckers. We didnt need some floating supermarket just lazy parents and shitty options.

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  19. FYI.

    The FDA went after a dietary supplement last year, called N-acetyl cysteine (NAC)
    https://alethonews.com/2021/05/16/fda-attempts-to-stop-otc-sales-of-n-acetyle-cysteine-an-adjunctive-treatment-for-covid-19/

    Next it was Amazon.
    Amazon confirms plans on removing NAC supplements
    https://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/regulatory/amazon-confirms-plans-removing-nac-supplements

    PubMed excerpt:

    “NAC could act as a potential therapeutic agent in the treatment of COVID-19 through a variety of potential mechanisms, including increasing glutathione, improving T cell response, and modulating inflammation. In this article, we present evidence to support the use of NAC as a potential therapeutic agent in the treatment of COVID-19.”

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32504923/

    It is sold to New Zealanders by Health Post and some others.

    Solgar NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) 600 mg in vegetable capsule is derivate from the amino acid cysteine.

    NAC is a potent antioxidant that helps reinforce the body’s own antioxidant support system by being a precursor to glutathione, a powerful intracellular antioxidant made by the body. NAC supports a number of processes including liver detoxification, it helps stimulate the release of mucous from the lungs and supports normal blood clotting and been shown to be beneficial in multiple areas of neurological health.

    As a free form amino acid it is easily assimilated into the body.

    https://www.healthpost.co.nz/solgar-nac-n-acetyl-cysteine-600mg-sgnac-p

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  20. What began as a 19th century mode of transportation to deliver 21st products — delivering laptops built in China to European markets on trains — has evolved into a vital cargo link between the two continents.

    And the major disruptions to maritime and air logistics chains due to the coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the importance of China Railway Express as a cheaper and quicker alternative to ship everything from cars to household goods from China to Europe.

    The railway, which first began operating roughly a decade ago, has now become the backbone of China’s Belt and Road infrastructure initiative. Still, cooling ties between China and Europe over Xinjiang and other issues loom heavy over the trade.

    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Belt-and-Road/Pandemic-turns-Iron-Silk-Road-into-China-Europe-trade-artery

    worthy of a read. Freight is getting expensive.

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    • What I don’t get, is why don’t people who are not ‘straight’, feel the need to bang on about their sexuality. If they want to be accepted , just STFU about it, keep it in the bedroom, and get on with the rest of your life like the ‘straight’ people. Derrrrr.

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  21. Informants who raised allegations of financial mismanagement at charities linked to Auckland schools should not be silenced, a court has ruled.

    Three charities have taken two informants to court over providing information to Government authorities and Stuff.

    Stuff has chosen not to identify the informants.

    The allegations are now the subject of a police investigation after the informants went to the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Ministry of Education.

    Documents they provided included a 32-page signed statutory declaration, in which they alleged Ministry of Education funding intended for two state-integrated Muslim schools in Māngere was spent on personal travel, cars, jewellery, residential building work and was wired overseas.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/125380803/charities-under-police-investigation-fail-in-legal-bid-to-have-informants-gagged

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  22. Tony Stuart@TonyStuart55

    Heard an interesting snippet from a rural councillor today. Apparently, last Thursday, council budgets for rural road repairs across the country were cut. Interestingly, the total value of cuts across the country is roughly $780 million, around the same as the cost of the Bike Bridge in Auckland. What a coincidence! Rather than repair roads, the Government plans to reduce rural speed limits. Ponder the effect that will have on productivity.

    https://twitter.com/TonyStuart55/status/1403262921128366084

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