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  1. Very good Ed your morning start to Have your say are always very pertanent. Good morning all. Hope this is a fine day for you all today. Oh just let the dogs out and see its wet again bloody hell. I hear that no one has caught that dreaded virus so far, maybe during the next few days there will be some, in the mean time are they all sitting at home never meeting anyone at all? Wonder what the ptpm will announce this afternoon? Have a great day out there.

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    • Lizzie i tekon this will be a fizzer like the last time up north, the most virulent and deadly blah blah and not 1 person will catch it, his travel companion still hasnt tested positive so youd think theyd be the most likely to get it.

      As for the “are they sitting at home not meeting anyone at all” yes i believe the majority will be, even idiots that were thinking about going to wellington but didnt as thought crimes are all the rage in 2021.
      People are to worried about getting ill or dying and jave forgotten how to worry about living. They deserve a miserable life for being so easily brainwashed.

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  2. The Good Lady’s brother was supposed to arrive yesterday to help out with a family matter.

    He had been staying in the Wellington hotel at the centre of the current covid hysteria and is now ‘self-isolating’ at home and not allowed to travel until he gets his test result back.

    Because of the line of work he does in a Government organisation, he was required (made) to have the ‘vax’. He had both shots well over two months ago.

    So, what was the incentive to take the vax again?…the madness continues.

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  3. A young woman told me that that the English pronunciation of Maori things is how the English pronounced them, and since New Zealand doesn’t have its own culture (just English culture), we should use the Maori pronunciation to differentiate ourselves from the English.
    (I have heard some say that Canada doesn’t have any culture either.)
    What do you think?

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    • We have a kiwi accent, the english have pompusness and an accent that makes one want to break their nose so no te teo needed.
      Canada are pathetic and mostly apologetic douches, why dont they all get forced to speak the native toungue there? At least canada has some brains and define a %of dna to qualify for speacial privilidges whereas nz its so watered down its meaningless

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      • Much of England has a terrible accent.
        Ooop North it is terrible in most places .
        Go Norf of the the Watford Gap at your own peril.

        I dont know about the Canadian system – and dont really care- but it becomes important in the US where a lot of the Indian/Native American/P.C. title de jour have established lucrative casinos.

        There are payouts depending on the tribe -monthly or quarterly -and for each registered member of the tribe.
        So it is important who is in and who is out.
        Amounts can vary per person from generally $8000 to $30,000 per person per annum and a family of four in good circumstances can collect maybe $50,00 to $70,000 pa depending on how well the year went and the finances managed.
        These numbers are from 10 years ago when I looked into it.

        So they do not want to dilute the payouts to one-sixty fourths or even one-thirty second.
        It is a better construct and far fairer than the maori system where billions are paid out and only the elite benefit and even then they steal from their own people. eg. Ngatata Love and the geezer last week.

        The Maori in fact are so far behind it is appalling.
        The Aborigine of Australia lived in co-existence with their environment for 60,000 years incl. an ice age.
        The native Americans went across the land bridge to the Americas long ago and spread out over time and were in balance with their environment.
        So on and so forth for many (most) civilizations.

        And yet the Maori in about 500 years had devastated their environment.
        They had burnt half the forest , eaten the only decent land based food source (no farming technique) and when Whitey arrived they were a skinny, cold, hungry (hangry) people engaged in much warfare.
        There was no musical instruments and the ‘dance’ is even hostile.

        Yet the current moves are about to put water under the control of Maori,
        Councils equally ‘sharing’ control,
        and this will roll out to electricity (the only source of fuel in 25 years ?) and airwaves under corrupt UN ‘Native peoples’ shit being rolled out .

        Ihumatao was barely a ripple compared to the wave that is coming.
        Mahuta is in control of this and there wont be much for ‘you lot’

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    • Odakyu-sen…
      What is this English culture you speak of?….I was brought up in HB which had the annual Hastings Highland Games, complete with pibroch championships, caber and sheaf tossing, Highland and Scottish Country dancing etc… we had yearly Clan Gatherings, monthly ceilidhs, Burns nights, celebrated Hogmanay and first footings and attended kirk on Sunday.

      Oh…forgot about the whisky tasting…

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  4. The lady next door, (in her mid 80’s) had her first C jab 3 weeks ago. That day she complained of extreme pain, not just around the injection site, but the whole arm.

    The next day she collapsed and an ambulance called. She collapsed again a few days later and was choppered out to the hospital. She was told that her two medical events were due to dehydration. This is a lady who spends her day on the deck drinking tea and drinks a lot of water.

    If she heeds her smart neighbour’s advice, methinks she won’t be getting the 2nd shot scheduled for next week.

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  5. When I told my son about the neighbour, he said that a mate this week was getting the ‘vax’ when a lady beside him, who had just received the jab, collapsed on the floor and started convulsing.

    Why people allow themselves to be injected with an experimental substance is beyond me…the word Lemmings come to mind.

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    • I saw a very good friend yesterday. She refused to listen when I told her about the spike proteins travelling to the ovaries, etc, pilots dying, etc. Others have told her their concerns but she has pooh-poohed every attempt at informing her. Honestly, I love the woman but she is just beyond saving from the covid fear. She is not the only one with numerous people like that too stubborn to listen. It is sad.

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      • ‘beyond saving from the covid fear’

        They listen to the constant lies and manipulation.
        And I guess it is constant.

        Fortunately I have always been free of media BS.
        I have not watched TV gnews since the 70s except for visual events like the 2004 Manawatu floods, CHC earthquakes.
        I looked in on the stuff 1990/91 re the Iraq invasion and saw that was propaganda like the shit when I last watched in the 1970s with the US War of Aggression in Vietnam.
        It is just propaganda padded out with ‘cat up a tree’ stories.

        No radio. Yuk. So many ads.
        But yes I see people who soak in this stuff are so misinformed.

        Govt and media filth
        One hand washes the other and money changes hands.

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  6. Who wants to bet that fuckwit muller is only hanging around so luxon has another vote for leader? Judith is playing a dangerous game and muller and a few others are sharpening their daggers.
    Remember that other bitch that was resigning but didnt when muller rolled bridges, whats the bet this cnut stays and gets given a cushy job by his buddy luxon.

    Ditch the fucken lot of then, even better would be if a small group of nats ditched the party and went to act or formed a new party.
    The nats ships mast is broken, taking on water and the kracken is on its way to finish the job its just a waiting game now.

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    • The only made made climate change thats gunna fuck the world is political climate change.

      Seriously if you add the word political before climate change everything makes sense.
      Taxes, fear, control and yea since the early 1900s politics has evovled and severely impacted humans lives to the point where politics is now killing hundreds of millions of people, beuracracy is the pollution.

      Makes perfect sense now.

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      • Komato while i believe there will be a bit of bias its likely the meat and dairy version will be backed by more realistic science and very little fear mongering crap. Besides how often have the climate scientists actually been right? Have they ever been right about anything? Maldives are still there, polar ice caps still there, the elite are all buying sea front homes and govts building cycleways by oceans so cant be too much happening if those in the know are doing that.

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  7. Largest US Health Care Union Will Fight Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines
    By Jack Phillips
    June 23, 2021 Updated: June 23, 2021
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    The president of the largest union of health care workers in the United States says the organization will fight against companies requiring mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for employees.

    George Gresham, president of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East—which describes itself as the largest health care union in the country—said hospital systems don’t have the right to mandate vaccines for employees. The union, which is based in New York, also represents hundreds of thousands of nurses and caregivers in New Jersey, Florida, Washington, Maryland, and Massachusetts.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/largest-healthcare-union-in-us-will-fight-mandatory-covid-19-vaccines_3871205.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=mb-2021-06-24&mktids=0122b2ddad55c8ec3242bc036171eddf&est=lKiiyR6khhNKscUZ86QhlwCK%2Fh1W3v6AhBPo0Tf2cavsLFnpVZICx6f%2FB6JISvM%3D

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    • A short article.

      Of the 700 physicians responding to an internet survey by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), nearly 60 percent said they were not “fully vaccinated” against COVID.
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      This contrasts with the claim by the American Medical Association that 96 percent of practicing physicians are fully vaccinated. This was based on 300 respondents.
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      Neither survey represents a random sample of all American physicians, but the AAPS survey shows that physician support for the mass injection campaign is far from unanimous. …..
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      …… 54 percent of physician respondents were aware of patients suffering a “significant adverse reaction.” Of the unvaccinated physicians, 80 percent said “I believe risk of shots exceeds risk of disease,” and 30% said “I already had COVID.”
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      Other reasons for declining the shot included unknown long-term effects, use of aborted fetal tissue, “it’s experimental,” availability of effective early treatment, and reports of deaths and blood clots. …….

      https://aapsonline.org/majority-of-physicians-decline-covid-shots-according-to-survey/

      Not what the media that pushes the narrative would have one believe.

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  8. Apparently there is a new group of interest who used the Wellington Airport toilets.

    Perhaps Bloomfield would have more success if he stopped using the government tracing app and started using Grindr.

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  9. A man was looking for a place to sit in a crowded university library.
    He asked a girl, “Do you mind if I sit beside you?”
    The girl replied, in a loud voice, “NO, I DON’T WANT TO SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU!”
    All the people in the library started staring at the man, who was deeply embarrassed and moved to another table.
    After a couple of minutes, the girl walked quietly to the man’s table and said with a laugh, “I study psychology and I know what a man is thinking. I bet you felt embarrassed, right?”
    The man responded in a loud voice: “$500 FOR ONE NIGHT? ….. I`M NOT PAYING YOU THAT MUCH!”
    All the people in the library looked at the girl in shock.
    The man whispered to her, “I study law and I know how to screw people.”

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  10. Some things must be a bit of a worry.
    I was rang last night to do a short UMR survey about the Police.
    Fitted into the age; and the area confirming I was not in a certain District area. Sort of strange how that was put.

    Not able to give any real input,
    Difficult to really express things with in their tick box guide lines, of 1-5, but was able to put my sense of that “when seconds count, the police are minutes away”, and actually it is more like over night, or a weekend away, so “police response if in need” rated a “5”.

    Could be for rural policing? Police justification of themselves”, a media outlet? or a political party?
    Sort of recognizing that policing could be an issue?
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/125544549/nearly-half-of-napier-residents-feel-unsafe-in-their-city-and-its-mainly-due-to-gangs
    Being run with comments, so far 246.

    I am not from Napier way, and the area put to me was Taupo. Do not know whether I would have been included or not. No questions really put about crime or gangs were put to me.
    Just the “police response if in need”
    Though my area also has a build up of gang numbers. but no major problems yet, though 30 kms and heading to my central city you will see more sign of them.

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  11. Minister “dipping into Covid funds”
    National claims.
    National claim Robertson has run down50 Billion Covid recovery fund spending meaning he will need to borrow more if there is another outbreak.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/
    Who would have thought that Labour and the Finance Minister would stoop this low after all the politicking they have done on COVID-19 funds
    without our media taking them to task.

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  12. I believe the political environment is near perfect for a new centre right- right wing party to storm in if they play their cards right.

     There are many fucked off voters from all parties esp the ex nat and nz1st voters that went with cindy to keep out the greens who will have a hard time choosing who to vote for next election or just not vote at all… giant douche vs turd sandwich situation.
    If a snap election were held in the next few months hate it as much as you like but without a doubt i think winston would be back as i believe many would rather a handbrake then vote cindy or national.  

    If a new right leaning non god based party were to emerge that wasnt a pathetic single issue party i really think they could gain some serious traction, be bold be brave and stand up for everyday kiwis. 
    Timing would of course have to be just right, too early and the media attack dogs will have too much time to dig up or fabricate dirt and cindy would have time to make fake promises and lies to counter, and too late well yea too late they wont get enough support.

    Im sure theres plenty of kiwi voters one could unite…
    Local govt reform- total overhaul, Reign in councils, limit rate rises and force accountability. Return their role to running and maintaining corr infrastructure no more pet vanity projects and white elephants, slash pays to minimum wage and get genuine ppl that will do it for the love of their town.

    halt the maori takeover and the racist policy put in place by cindy and co. 

    referendum “aotearoa” do it while the majority will not support name change and fuck over cindy and msm.  

    Bye bye tvnz for obvious reasons, no govt should have state run propaganda tv channel and also might win over opposition media as a bonus.

    Throw the middle/working class a fucking bone, these people are the glue for society and hold the place together and get shit done yet politicians year in year out shit all over them and reward the uber rich and scummy poor.  

    If it were me personally id also have a trump moment and say your gunna put cindy and robbo in jail for their crimes against nz and stir some serious shit by vowing to put a full international travel ban on ALL current mps untill a full forensic audit of where the 140bil was spent,  fully investigate all major party donors, most used consultants, mps and ext families, any conflict of interests etc  for the money blown we as a country have got very little to show for it, its gone somewhere and it aint benefiting us. Fully investigate handouts to msm, the bogus covid advert payments etc.

    Far quits would be a good party name, i used to think fuckwits ran the country but now i realise theyre far worse and that just about any fuckwit could do a better job. 
    Failing that ” the non maori party” would be a winner,  lets watch leftist idiots meltdown over that one and call 84% of nz racist. Could be a basket of deplorables moment… would also be funny watching cowboy hat scribbles scream racism that someone has a race based party…

    So whos got the balls to give it a crack?  

    Surely theres a good group of like minded ppl that are absolutely fed up with the shit choices we have to vote for.

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    • Been tried before. Think Liberal, United, NZ Conservatives & a myriad of parties formed by half baked religious nutters.

      All were right of centre for their times & all failed. Kiwis vote firstly based on tradition & the second consideration is their wallets.

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      • They all put forward unpaletable fuckwits to lead their parties.
        If theres no better option on the right then many voters will just drift left or refrain from voting.

        Vow to smash councils, theres a very very large majority of voting public getting fucked over with rates and failing infrastructure. Id be willing to bet that in the near future maybe even now the wallet is more powerfull then tradition. Hence they vote for handout cindy

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      • IAASB: “If a new right leaning non god based party were to emerge that wasnt a pathetic single issue party i really think they could gain some serious traction, be bold be brave and stand up for everyday kiwis. ”

        Wasn’t that the Act party? Hasn’t been totally successful. 🤔

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        • Wasn’t that the Act party? Hasn’t been totally successful

          They’ve increased their share of Parliament 10 fold and now actually has money to fight for the next election. Last one was on a shoestring, it’s not cheap when National and Labour use the government, the media and have big war chests to get their messages out.

          Too far right WG, gotta go more centrist if they want to succede

          Bullshit. ACT is the closest thing to a Libertarian party we have. Calling them “Too far right” is a leftist viewpoint and a silly one at that, because political views are not a on a sliding scale from left to right.

          ACT is a party for small government, personal responsibility and personal freedom. It’s that simple.

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    • Now you’ve got people voting for you. What now? How do you move beyond “I dislike these things” to actually having solid policies and the ability to govern? It’s one thing to catch the car you’re chasing, but what are you going to do with it?

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      • Act are portraying their party as seriously more stable than the Nats. Is it religious belief that makes many Nats crawl over their colleagues to show their superiority as believers of higher beings? 😇😇😇

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    • The ‘delta’ variant this Aussie bloke had was billed as “the most infectious strain and you just had to be in the vicinity to catch it” and yet no one in Wellington has been infected.
      Oh dear, which lies from the Ministry of Truth will be rolled out next.

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      • His girlfriend, who sleeps in the same bed and snogs him, has managed to escape this “most infectious strain“.

        Remember last year when we had the mild version of Covid-19 and we had to lock down the country? This year we have a newer, deadlier, more infectious version, a travel-bubble with a country where it has spread rampant, frequent travel between the two and our Ministry of Truth tells us: “It’s not dangerous, we don’t need to do anything“.

        And Jacinda’s sheep bleats after her.

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  13. Doctor. “Bad news. You have a rare disease & the only cure is frequent, aggressive masturbation from the age of twelve.”

    A young Chris Hipkins turns to his mother. “Mummy. I’m gonna make it!”

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  14. If ACT became the government, would they reduce the number of bureaucrats in the public sector?
    Would they attempt to “balance the books” (i.e., not borrow eye-watering amounts of money or run the printing presses at full speed)?
    How would they address the modern interpretation of the TOW?
    How would they tackle the ballooning welfare expenditure?
    How would they turn around the “business and job creation through capitalism is evil” attitude of this country?

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    • Would they reduce the number of bureaucrats? Yes, it is a key part of their thinking. Take, for example, this from their education policy:

      The Ministry of Education will be greatly reduced in its size. The Ministry employs more than 3,200 staff; New Zealand has around 2,550 schools. The average Ministry employee is paid $86,000, significantly more than a teacher at the top of the pay scale. The number of employees will be halved, freeing up a quarter of a billion dollars for children’s education.

      How would they tackle the modern interpretation of the TOW? Good question as they have no direct policy about the insanity. However, their key operating principles – in fact the first one – states:

      All people should be equal before the law as guaranteed in Article III of the Treaty of Waitangi, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, religion or political belief.

      I would expect them to oppose and rollback the separatist changes being made by Jacinda Ardern’s government. As to welfare expenditure, have you not read the policy? ACT supports welfare as a hand-up, not a hand-out. You can read it here. The key focusses are Employment Insurance, changes to the Jobseeker and Sole Parent Support benefits and Electronic Income Management.

      As to business and job creation – this is a complex one to answer succinctly, because I think it falls across a large number of different policies. Putting more money in the hands of productive people, improving choice and competition in education (including adult education), removing barriers to industry, etc. these all contribute to wealth creation and there is no better foil for the evils of socialism than money. Read principles f through j.

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      • Imagine if Act managed to gain enough votes to govern without constraint! The country could unshackle itself from all the power and control the left have imposed on us and stop the waste of money being sprayed hither and yon. Charter schools would be back and business could get on with rebuilding the economy and much needed infrastructure. Wouldn’t that be a hoot 😎

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      • An excellent summary, Pascal. Well argued!

        Now, about the ACT leadership. Umm. Do you think David Seymour has the dynamic presence that is needed? Frankly, he seems a decent enough bloke, but I think they need much more than that if they are going to achieve the cut through needed to make them a major party.

        ACT needs fire, passion and charisma. All things which are lacking at the moment, sorry to say.

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        • Thanks man, but I disagree a bit with you. (Not your downticker though :p)

          David Seymour is a man who works on his own car, cooks bacon over an open fire and who gave up a role in cabinet under National so he could continue to stand up for what he believed in. He’s also an incredibly articulate speaker and can summarize a complex topic into a soundbite.

          That combination of being a good, honest, Kiwi bloke and being able to talk off the cuff, honestly and openly and distilling a complex idea are good, I think. He’s not a politician.

          In terms of passion, listen to Mark Cameron, Nicole McKee or Karen Chour and see how they feel about their ideas and their areas of expertise. They’re not politicians though, they’re people first and people who want to make a difference.

          To my mind their biggest challenge is that dog chasing a car problem. They’re good people, they can see the problems and in many cases have lived through those problems so know them first hand. But they’re not policy wonks and they’ll need support and strength there.

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  15. It’s my personal opinion that a new political party of either the left or right wouldn’t fly. As ACT & the Greens demonstrate it takes decades to build up networks & organisations capable of winning elections.

    Rather parties will be taken over & changed from within. We witnessed Labour being hijacked by Douglas & Prebble in the 80s & religious conservatives are attempting a similar coup within National right now.

    If those who founded Labour & National were resurrected tomorrow they wouldn’t recognise their parties. Politics evolves. It’s only when social forces are held in like a pressure cooker that we see revolution.

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  16. Here we go to a “Discursive Consensus” of a ‘Conversation’;-

    ….. The Government is considering creating a new, clearer hate speech offence in the Crimes Act, removing it from the Human Rights Act. ……
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    …… Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terror attack, which found hate crime and hate speech are not adequately dealt with. …….
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    …. “The current laws do not appropriately recognise the culpability of hate-motivated offending, nor do they provide a workable mechanism to deal with hate speech.” ……
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    …. Public submissions open today and close on August 6.

    https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/politics/hate-speech-government-plans-new-law-tougher-penalties/

    ACT leader David Seymour has said the Government wanted to pass a law “where insulting someone could land you in jail for longer than assaulting them”.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/125557541/hate-speech-to-become-crimes-act-offence-with-harsher-penalities-under-government-proposal

    Now the Discursive Consensus from Neo Marxism can run freely.
    ….. to participate in a discourse and not in a discussion then he should realize he is waiving the right to have precise convictions or to buttress him self with the knowledge of reality. as an argument in justifying those convictions. ….
    https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-800/#comment-151919

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    • This will pass, you know. ACT and the Free Speech Union are fighting hard to stop it, but Labour will push this through. There are far too many people scared of a harsh word and perennially offended for it not to become law. I am going to continue to oppose it, but I am looking forward to when it has become law so that we can hoist all of these Labour sycophants and Maori Party tossers who are some of the most venal, hateful communicators out there.

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      • What kind of model citizen does each party want?
        Those parties of Big Government will want dependent, obedient citizens.
        Do ACT and National want productive, self-funding citizens? If so, how to encourage more people to be engaged in work rather than on welfare.

        The social security safety net is not a hammock!

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    • Simpleton@1004

      And when (not IF) this new ‘Offence’ arrives, the muslims are the ones who will make the most use of it, as presaged by Gollie G a couple of years ago.

      It’s only been a matter of time, and is just another way for the CoL to buy votes and establish useful ‘friendships’…

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    • Yes Komata, it will be used to police blasphemy laws and ratchet up even more control of “free speech”.

      …. In Islamic literature, blasphemy is of many types, and there are many different words for it: sabb (insult) and shatm (abuse, vilification), takdhib or tajdif (denial), iftira (concoction), la`n or la’ana (curse) and ta`n (accuse, defame).
      In Islamic literature, the term “blasphemy” sometimes also overlaps with kufr (“unbelief”), fisq (depravity), isa’ah (insult), and ridda (apostasy). ….

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_blasphemy

      So one of the sharia aspects will be upheld in New Zealand.

      But the worst part is the Discursive Consensus that can be built, where others, feel that an offence has happened and so will be prosecuted.

      Just as the police prosecuted and judiciary sentenced for a “heinous” crime in the UK, of Louis Duxbury, 22, “Duckie” but note how he did not incite.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-799/#comment-151639

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    • Not in the least. I’m sure they will be a protected species, as you know … some animals. That’s not going to stop me raising the complaints though.

      Speaking of, I still haven’t heard from the police about my Covid-19 Hotline Complaint around the Prime Minister and her group selfies when gatherings were restricted 🙂

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    • nasska is right, as the free rein to the Discursive Consensus already deeply drunk by the academia, and allowed by the Judiciary, as the Police push to get their quota on the most “heinous” of crimes and so push it more on to any of the contrary people.

      You will not just accept “Big Brother”; you will LOVE “Big Brother”.
      There will be no place to say other wise as he will be your “beloved” keeper, like our current “Big Sister”

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  17. “The Vaccines Kill One Person for Every Three Lives They Save”, Says Peer-Reviewed Vaccine Study

    A review of efficacy and safety data for the COVID-19 vaccines by three scientists has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Vaccines and comes to the disturbing conclusion that for every three deaths the vaccines prevent, one person dies from an adverse reaction, while another four suffer serious side effects. The authors conclude: “This lack of clear benefit should cause governments to rethink their vaccination policy.”

    https://lockdownsceptics.org/2021/06/24/one-person-dies-for-every-three-lives-saved-says-peer-reviewed-vaccine-study/#comments

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  18. According to Japanese TV (TV Asahi channel), the “Delta” strain of the coronavirus is the same as the “Indian” strain.
    Is “Delta” the PC name for the “Indian” strain? (Looks like it.)

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    • I think this is terribly sad. Just think of the damage he must have done to the car when it hit him. Depending on the model, there could be thousands of dollars worth of panel damage. Not to mention the trauma inflicted on the driver. Fucking tragic.

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      • That would have been even worse. I’m a (non lycra) cyclist and if I hit a guy with a pipe at speed I’d be written off too (not to mention my expensive bike). The only hope we can hold out is that it might have been a ute with bullbars. The report doesn’t say.

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    • Well

      “Of the $1.9 billion mental health budget, just $541,000 has been spent on building facilities. ”

      Sounds like spomeone who fell through the gaps.

      Mmmm here is looking at Ardern and Little.

      But of course Little blames everyone else.
      Pike river managers, 9 years of neglect, a cycling Health Minister…. but never Angry Andy.
      He is not responsible for anything; even sending those men into the mine instead of ‘all out lads’ until safety was remedied.

      Sounds like the dead dude may have benefited from some help
      But it is sitting in a draw-down account because the MOH under Little as Minister and Bloomfailed as a walking wreck just fuck up everything they touch.

      Ardern’s solution.
      A buyback of cast iron pipes.

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    • From WG’s link:

      …..”Delorme said that the graves were marked at one time, but that the Roman Catholic Church that operated the school had removed the markers.”……

      We can add those deaths to the 9000 odd babies who died & were secretly buried in the Tuam childrens homes over the same period. Have the Catholic arseholes ever done anything other than murder defenceless children?

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  19. Old news but good news.
    Sky sport has done a great job, including re runs of the great cricket victory!

    (Spark can stuff off .
    Their pathetic expensive screenings of the BC vs England tests are not close to competitive..)

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  20. Hmmmmm?

    Released CCTV footage shows the moment the Champlain Towers South Condo collapsed in Surfside (Florida) early this morning.
    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1408055796534059010

    Trumps statement.
    https://candaceowensfans.com/president-trump-releases-statement-on-building-collapse-in-surfside-florida/

    What was in that random building?
    https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/077/599/404/original/dc51d8d1ad02a015.jpeg

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  21. Looks like some more legs may come forth on the pilot vaccine issues.

    Inside source telling me tonight that 60- 80
    @AmericaAir
    commercial pilots are down & disabled due to Covid injection injuries.
    Working to get the sources to share more

    https://twitter.com/RealDrJaneRuby/status/1407859273175076868?

    A little bit long winded, just pushing back, on fact checker on the first video they posted on the 4 dead pilots.
    Shows a little how corporates do not care like the “Boeing max airplane” and the effect of the change of directors, from engineers to seeking profit at all costs with the Dr. Jane Ruby.

    A communist state-controlled radical leftwing internet publication called ‘Lead Stories’ has been attempting to ‘fact-check’ The ‘Stew Peters Show’ ad nauseam.
    The conspiracy-based propaganda machine published an article disputing the fact that inoculated airline pilots are dying. Stew Peters wants to know if that ‘fact-checker’, Alexis Tereszcuk, would like to sit down with the grieving families of the deceased to tell them about her work.

    https://www.redvoicemedia.com/2021/06/fact-checkers-dispute-dead-inoculated-airline-pilots-continue-to-push-dangerous-propaganda/
    11 mins 54 secs.

    Will be more interesting if they do get bona-fide issues of what is going on, the regular medical checks, retire at 60, so an interesting articulate lot of “guinea pigs/pilots ” on the vaccine.

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    • In China they would make a difference

      And that is the key to this all. If you accept that man has an impact on climate and you accept the percentages as written; we’re fools for letting the Climate Change Commission and Jacinda Ardern’s government demolish New Zealand for less than a 10th of a percentage of global emissions. All the money they want to throw at cow farts and EVs and their meaningless virtue signaling should be invested in research and development so that we can reduce China’s emissions by 1%. That would increase our contribution 10 fold or more and we’d have something to sell afterwards.

      But that would be smart and Labour doesn’t do smart.

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  22. Some may recall, young Doctor Sam White, 17 years a GP Doctor, that had a video go viral a while ago declaring why he resigned.

    Shining a light on the real truths in the UK medical industry – with Dr Sam White
    https://youtu.be/rRu8cFGVI9g
    1 hour 34 minutes : Jun 21, 2021: The AJ Roberts Show

    Click on the “show more” to get a bit more of an article & background.
    ….. Dr Sam felt compelled to reply via a short video, revealing his true reasons for resigning his job for life as a GP partner at the beginning of the year. ……

    This is what our New Zealand Doctors, health department, politicians need to see.
    To gain an actual experience, a perspective of what went on in the UK.
    To then be able to balance up the benefits, the losses, of the actions on Covid, and to remove the terrorism of created fear!

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  23. Maorification of smiling zombies
    Labour is remaking New Zealand in its own image
    Karl du Fresne

    In his best-selling 1976 book The Passionless People, the late author and journalist Gordon McLauchlan characterised his fellow New Zealanders as ‘smiling zombies’: polite, cheerful and hard-working but smug and compliant. It was cruel but not inaccurate….

    https://www.spectator.com.au/2021/06/maorification-of-smiling-zombies/

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  24. Hate speech. My wife wants to know when Hate speech laws come in. She is upping my life insurance…..

    I reckon the most i’d be able to get away is possibly a comment like this below

    “.”

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    • Listened to fatfoi on magic/ryan bridge this arvo the stupid nugget was as clear as mud on the issue, tbh i dont even think he knows what the fuck hate speech is.

      From fatfois description the most hatefull and guilty people in NZ right now are the maori party and poolice for inciting hatred on white people and white supremacists and again the poolice for inciting hatred on the gangs.

      I would love for this law to totally backfire and give the gangs 1 up on the pigs for being discriminatory toward them it would be halarious.

      We only need to look to the uk for the outcome of poor and confusing hate speech laws but itll be different this time wont it, labour will nail this policy and get it spot on… like every other thing theyve tinkered with.

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  25. Redbaiter

    Why are NZ’s National and ACT politicians too frightened to speak truth? On Alan Jones last night I saw Aussie Senator Matt Canavan speak the truth, loud and brave, on the twin frauds of Zero Carbon and Carbon Trading. Its a tragedy we do not have a politician like Matt in NZ. In fact he should be PM of Australia. Check the video in my latest article and see Matt speak the plain and simple truth no NZ politician has the guts to speak.

    https://theredbaiter.com/2021/06/25/why-wont-any-nz-politician-speak-this-simple-truth/

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  26. Anyone else thinking Winston takes a peek at YSB every now and then?

    Bryce Edwards: Political Roundup – Winston’s anti-woke path back to power

    Peters’ speech was clearly aimed at what he calls the “woke elite” or “Ngati Woke”, and amongst his targets were cancel culture, the Auckland cycle bridge, the He Puapua report, ditching referendas on Māori wards, the decision to buy the land at Ihumātao, increased state usage of te reo Māori and especially “Aotearoa”.

    https://democracyproject.nz/2021/06/24/bryce-edwards-political-roundup-winstons-anti-woke-path-back-to-power/

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    • Maybe not winston himself by someone on his behalf will keep an eye on sites like this, other parties and ppl of influence will all do it to some extent. Its lkme holding a wet finger in the air to see which way the political winds are a blowing… just wait until ysb gets bought up and used as an example on why hate speech laws are needed.

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  27. While we still can. Fuck the government , the useless, moronic, dishonest, obtuse, incompetent, charlatans, led by a vain, disengenuouse, ignorant slapper, assisted by a pompous, arrogant, self-opinionated miscreant of a Finance minister and defended by an angry, snivelling clothed-capped unionist. May the fleas of a thousand camels infest their groins.

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    • Perhaps this will do?

      While in China , a man is very sexually promiscuous and does not use a condom all the time he is there.
      A week after arriving back home in Sydney, he wakes one morning to find his penis covered with
      bright green and purple spots.
      Horrified, he immediately goes to see a doctor. The doctor, never having seen anything like this before,
      orders some tests and tells the man to return in two days for the results.
      The man returns a couple of days later and the doctor says, “I’ve got bad news for you, you’ve contracted
      Mongolian VD. It’s very rare and almost unheard of here, we know very little about it.”
      The man looks a little perplexed and says, “Well, give me a shot or something and fix me up, Doc.”
      The doctor answers, “I’m sorry, there’s no known cure. We’re going to have to amputate your penis”
      The man screams in horror, “Absolutely not! I want a second opinion!!!”
      The doctor replies, “Well, it’s your choice. Go ahead, if you want, but surgery is your only option.”
      The next day, the man seeks out a Chinese doctor, figuring that he’ll know more about the disease.
      The Chinese doctor examines his penis and proclaims, “Ah, yes, Mongolian VD. Vewy ware disease.”
      The guy says to the doctor, “Yeah, yeah, I already know that but what can we do?
      My doctor wants to cut off my penis!”
      The Chinese doctor shakes his head and laughs. “Stupid Australian docttah, always want opawate.
      Make more money dat way. No need amputate!”
      “Oh, thank God!” the man exclaims.
      “Yes,”says the Chinese doctor, “Wait two week. Fawl off by itself.

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  28. Woman awarded $300k after ‘unnecessary’ vaginal reconstruction for condition that only required moisturiser
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/lifestyle/2021/06/woman-awarded-300k-after-unnecessary-vaginal-reconstruction-for-condition-that-only-required-moisturiser.html

    According to the Daily Mail, the anonymous woman suffered an “inflammatory condition” which could have been treated with specialist moisturisers.

    Instead, a Yorkshire doctor recommended surgery, which led to the removal of the woman’s clitoris, which she said left her unable to urinate normally or enjoy sex.

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  29. Matakana Dental Care.
    “It is with great sadness that we regret to inform you of the sudden passing of our practice owner of Matakana and Snells Dental, Dr Vivek Jain.
    Please keep Dr Jain and his family in your thoughts during this time of loss and hardship.
    We wish to inform all of our patients that we are still operating, and business will continue as normal.”

    There are posting on facebook suggesting that he was recently vaxxed. He was only 35. Whatever the cause it is sad to see someone so young and obviously successful passing away.

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