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  1. Morning Troopers. Another stonker of a day here in the land of the Dork.

    Hope Ghislaine has her affairs in order:
    “Ghislaine Maxwell’s ties to Clintons could be revealed with release of financial documents”

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  2. Good morning, Hamilton is very cold but I am sure you are mostly still tucked up in bed and warm as toast. I got up to watch the soccer but can’t find it on free to air, did the government decide it wasn’t important for us to watch it? Do you think the ptpm wakes every morning and thinks another day other Tax dollars from the poor people who still think working is an option for them?

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  3. Opinion: Damion Grant – Jacinda Ardern a truly transformational Leader.
    The one thing I admired about Margaret Thatcher in a addition to a magnificent sense of style was her determination to get things done.
    In Jacinda Ardern we are blessed – or cursed, depending on your perspective – with a Leadercut from the same Fabric as Thatcher , even if they wear their garments very differently.
    With each passing month it is becoming evident that Ardern does not mearly want to be re-elected , she wants to leave behind a very different NZ to the one she inherited.
    She May Succeed.
    It seems appropriate to point out that I missed the trend, writing onthe night of the last election that I expected Ardern to Govern from the centre, I misjudged this Prime Minister and her ambition.
    We are in the middle of transformation away from the ideas and dreams of Sir Rodger Douglas and towards a new centralization of our society and economy- a chance that will almost certainly endure long beyond the lifespan of this Government.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/300348036/jacinda-ardern-is-a-truly-transformational-leader
    I very good read but I am not sure like probably many others on the site whether Damion has had a very bad dream or has decided that Jacinda Ardern is the real deal like many in this Country believe.

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    • Well the ship needed to change course a tad cindys govt essentially stopped it and floated dead in the water for a while and has now done a 180 and steaming full steam ahead towards the lighthouse totally oblivious to what the end result is going to be.

      Anyone that supports this idealogy belongs in a mental asylum… electro shock and all. Tbh its where the country/world went wrong shutting those places down, they let the current patients loose, denied treatment to many more minced folk and now theyve had 30-40+ yrs to breed or train to become our current crop of politicians.

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    • To compare the fish n chip girl to Margaret Thatcher is beyond belief. They are leagues apart. Thatcher was a leader who believed in the value of the individual, of enterprise and a free market where ideas and manufacturer where allowed to grow.

      Ardern is non of those things. An embarrassment who will go down in history as one of the most destructive, unkind and nasty leaders New Zealand has had.

      PS, OK Thatcher certainly wasn’t perfect but Ardern is decisive and destructive.

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      • “. Thatcher was a leader who believed in the value of the individual, of enterprise and a free market where ideas and manufacturer where allowed to grow.”

        How true that is, jacinda ardern knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. Id also say she dosent understand the difference between price and cost, theyre all just the same looking numbers when cost is more then just a number, similar to value i guess but in a more negative way.

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      • Ardern is far more in league with the likes of Arthur Scargill, President of the National Union of Mineworkers during the 1984–85 miners’ strike.

        NZ needs a Maggie Thatcher to sort this lot out. I had hopes for Judith but she has turned out to be as useful as Maggie’s handbag.

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        • WG nz got judith collins and not crusher collins, she made a major mistake listening to focus groups and her handlers.
          By pussyfooting around the edges instead of being brutally blunt and honest just showed how week she is. Illusion is everything in politics, just look at jacinda she portrays an illusion of caring and kindness yet is anything but that.

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          • Is that why Judith is still leader because National members and senior MPs recognise it is the Party that has chosen the wrong tack for Judith to follow? Time for Goodfellow and his fellow ‘NINOS’ to take a hike.

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          • I still think Collins is trying lead with others firmly holding one of her arms behind her back. Those others are probably mostly on the Board.
            I have been thinking about Findlayson’s comments he made during the week –I do not think they were off the cuff comments and I think they were really aimed at the Board and in particular Chairman Goodfellow. It might be a case of watch this space.

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      • Comparison to Thatcher
        Give me a break.

        Not even in the same hemisphere, literally.

        Thatcher was intelligent and driven.
        She did not have the self doubt and dizziness and panic attacks .
        She did not hide in kindergarten and avoid adults .
        She did not hide or change the subject when the going got tough.
        She was strong enough to surround herself with capable people – as well as some plonkers from the historic Conservative pool of Simons and Timothys.

        Thatcher would never say she made policy based on 8 year olds crayon writings !!
        Fuck me.

        Thatcher was a trained, active scientist who did actual science.
        And then she trained as a lawyer and qualified.
        Brains by the bucketload.

        Ardern, A Bach Degree in ‘communicadions’ at Waikato uni.
        Thatcher was married to a businessman not a wannabe Tv fisherman
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        Grant says
        “It seems appropriate to point out that I missed the trend, writing on the night of the last election that I expected Ardern to Govern from the centre, I misjudged this Prime Minister and her ambition.”

        So he is writing political commentary but did not even understand politics and Ardern.

        Ardern was treading water for 3 years while W Peters was a handbrake.
        When he was jettisoned they unleashed.
        I don’t care for Grant anyway – convicted crim for theft – and he is wrong and cant read it, politically .

        To compare to Thatcher ?
        I lived in England in the early years of Thatchers reign.
        Ardern has no comparison.

        And, it is easier to destroy than the create.
        Thatcher created.
        Thatcher actually did the ‘Big Bang’ banking centre that JonKey only yakkedy yakked about.
        Arden is destroying and with no originality.
        It is all UN handbook stuff.

        What an egg Grant is.
        I wont read other than the excerpt above

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      • Thatcher didn’t dress Like a “Bag Lady” Jacinda reminds me of Columbo the detective with the scruffy coat. there was Facebook post last week with her Rabble all standing in a line. What do they do with their money? Jacinda had a pair of comfy Skechers on by the look of it. How anyone can aspire to them and particularly the Bag Lady is beyond my comprehension.

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  4. Facebook bans top medic over posting a reputable study saying children should not be forced to wear masks.

    https://twitter.com/DrAseemMalhotra/status/1411278167998861313

    Experimental Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Content in Inhaled Air With or Without Face Masks in Healthy Children
    A Randomized Clinical Trial

    Accepted for Publication: June 7, 2021.
    Published Online: June 30, 2021. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2021.2659

    https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/fullarticle/2781743?fbclid=IwAR07x2g3Orn7GIi4bBL-ignxZTn6W2J7smYRoYHdoLLxdThYMC5SeyB_UV4

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  5. https://tt.loopnews.com/content/west-indies-womens-team-now-fully-vaccinated

    Match between Pakistan and West Indies women cricketers continues …
    Suddenly West Indies women cricketer fainted and collapsed .
    She was shifted to a nearby hospital.
    Hopefully she will recover soon.

    https://twitter.com/iamqadirkhawaja/status/1411052833617715201?

    Player name is Chinelle Henry

    Brain tumour?
    What will come out in the media news?

    Chedean Nation another one has also collapsed,
    https://www.firstpost.com/firstcricket/sports-news/west-indies-chinelle-henry-chedean-nation-reportedly-stable-after-collapsing-in-second-t20i-against-pakistan-9776511.html

    Heat Stroke, Dehydration? Food poisoning?

    Or the media simply after mitigation, minimize, then just simply never mention again?

    From a comment:-
    “When the facts make people not want this injection, it is not the disseminators of the facts who cause “vaccine hesitancy”.
    It’s the damn vaccines”.

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  6. Reality Check: Professor Pens Letter Explaining Natural Resource Drain Crated By “Net Zero Emission” Targets

    While the idea of implementing net zero emissions by certain deadlines has sounded great for the companies, countries and states that have set targets, the reality of making it happen is slightly more difficult.

    That’s what the U.K. is finding out after Natural History Museum Head of Earth Sciences Prof Richard Herrington penned a letter to the Committee on Climate Change on the vast amount of natural resources that will be necessary to make the conversion. The letter was delivered to Baroness Brown, who chairs the Adaption Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change.

    In addition to noting that the U.K. would need a 20% increase in UK-generated electricity, the release also notes that “to meet UK electric car targets for 2050 we would need to produce just under two times the current total annual world cobalt production, nearly the entire world production of neodymium, three quarters the world’s lithium production and at least half of the world’s copper production.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/reality-check-earth-sciences-professor-pens-letter-outlining-massive-natural-resource-drain

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    • The wankers in their EVs will bleat like a mob of sheep but only because they & their cycling mates have been bludging road use off the rest of us since forever.

      To put it in perspective I pay 7.5cents/km RUC for my diesel ute.

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    • Wait for Te poo poo to be implemented. Then you will see the natives getting all sorts of payments. Roads go over their land, bridges go over their rivers, planes and Tv signals go through their sky. Think of all the ways we will be taxed to satisfy the greedy bastards.

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      • ED, I must say that most Maori don’t sign up to this B / S ,I have a Maori son in law and Grand Children and he is disgusted by the separatism being pushed by the emaciated stick insect creature and her Cabal of faggs ,Commies and troughing Hories FFS.

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        • It’s all very good to say that, but until they get the balls to stand up and say it loud and clear, then they are as bad as the rest of us.
          I am sure there are more of them who think like us and are disgusted by what the wankers are getting away with.

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  7. The judiciary are becoming a part of the health bureaucracy in Ohio, USA.

    his attorney struck a deal with prosecutors which was three years probation.

    However, when he stood before the judge at sentencing, terms had changed.
    He said Judge Frye told him he could choose between five years probation or just one year on the condition that he receives the COVID-19 vaccine.

    https://abc6onyourside.com/news/local/franklin-county-judge-richard-frye-orders-covid-19-vaccines-probation-6-28-2021

    Soon it will be, put you on a charge and the “kindly” judge mandates the vaccines.
    Why didn’t the judge offer him a prescription of his choice?
    He offered to prescribe an EUA vaccine but didn’t offer HCQ or Ivermectin or nebulizer or steroid or cocktail thereof?

    What kind of doctor IS this judge?!
    Then the a health professional advises you to plead guilty. 🙁
    Whilst the media do both.

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    • Viking@0917

      PLEASE; you should have warned us about the image!!!! URRRRRRGGGGGHHHH doesn’t even begin to cover it!!

      Aside from that, it’s a very good article; with probably the best sentence being that ‘… it is high time Ardern is called to account for the fear-mongering she is spreading’

      Thanks for sharing it with us – the NZMSM will never dare carry it.

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  8. On the first day after his divorce, he sadly packed his belongings into boxes, crates and suitcases.
    On the second day, he had the movers come and collect his things.
    On the third day, he sat down for the last time at their beautiful dining-room table, by candle-light; he put on some soft background music, and feasted on a pound of shrimp, a jar of caviar, a bottle of spring-water, 3 cans of sardines.
    When he’d finished, he went into each and every room and deposited a few half-eaten shrimps dipped in caviar, and some sardines into the hollow center of the curtain rods.
    He then cleaned up the kitchen and left.
    On the fourth day, the wife came back with her new boyfriend, and at first all was bliss.
    Then, slowly, the house began to smell.
    They tried everything; cleaning, mopping, and airing-out the place. Vents were checked for dead rodents, and carpets were steam cleaned.
    Air fresheners were hung everywhere. Exterminators were brought in to set off gas canisters, during which time the two had to move out for a few days, and in the end they even paid to replace the expensive wool carpeting. Nothing worked!…People stopped coming over to visit.
    Repairmen refused to work in the house…The maid quit.
    Finally, they couldn’t take the stench any longer, and decided they had to move, but a month later – even though they’d cut their price in half – they couldn’t find a buyer for such a stinky house.
    Word got out, and eventually even the local realtors refused to return their calls.
    Finally, unable to wait any longer for a purchaser, they had to borrow a huge sum of money from the bank to purchase a new place.
    Then the ex called the woman and asked how things were going. She told him the saga of the rotting house. He listened politely and said that he missed his old home terribly and would be willing to reduce his divorce settlement in exchange for having the house.
    Knowing he could have no idea how bad the smell really was, she agreed on a price that was only 1/10th of what the house had been worth … but only if he would sign the papers that very day.
    He agreed, and within two hours her lawyers delivered the completed paperwork.
    A week later the woman and her boyfriend stood smiling as they watched the moving company pack everything to take to their new home and to spite the ex-husband… they even took the curtain rods!

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  9. A Maori kid asks his mother “Mummy, what’s democracy?”

    “Well, son, that’s when white people work every day so we Tangata Whenua can get all our benefits, you know, like free cell phones, rent subsidies, food grants, loans that get written off, free healthcare, free rates. The list goes on and on… you know”.

    “But Mummy, don’t the white people get pissed off about that?”

    “Sure they do, but that’s called racism!”

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  10. Unrelenting Coal Demand Poses Challenge to Climate Goals

    Power plants are rushing to secure adequate electricity supplies as a hot summer adds to demand from the region’s post-pandemic industrial revival. On top of that, output in some key producer nations has been hurt, while high natural gas costs mean there’s no cheaper alternative for utilities to turn to.

    All that has sparked a coal rally in Asia, the center of demand for the fossil fuel. The price of physical coal cargoes in Australia’s Newcastle and China’s Qinhuangdao ports have soared more than 50% this year to their highest ever. Futures are also up, with those in Australia jumping almost 50% and prices in China more than doubling.

    “Coal prices just keep on punching higher,” said Sydney-based Peter O’Connor, an analyst at Shaw & Partners Ltd. “We’re close to the top in terms of pricing, but I don’t think we’re there yet.”

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-07-01/unrelenting-coal-demand-posts-challenge-to-world-s-climate-goals

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    • Interesting becuase aussie holds the key. Stop coal and ore exports to these countries and while it will hurt aussie it will hurt the others more. Stop their food and they will be stuffed.
      But then we might be too. But there will be lots of fresh fruit cheap and maybe meat.

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  11. Heather Du Plessis-Allan: No Jacinda, your opponents aren’t racist

    Labour can’t keep blaming critics for reacting to their Māori co-governance plans. The changes are now so significant they warrant a proper debate. For that to happen, Labour needs to grow up and stop hinting its opponents are racist.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/heather-du-plessis-allan-no-jacinda-your-opponents-arent-racist/JXHW5OKCIMQIOGJY3L2MPWWZCM/

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  12. The spike protein and the Pfizer vaccine
    The story of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its biotech company partner BioNTech, the vaccine, and its regulatory journey through the EPA.

    Tim is a Kiwi by way of the USA. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry at the University of Colorado, and PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin. After a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellowship, Tim arrived in New Zealand in 1996. After a 29-year research career, including a now defunct Auckland biotech company, and the Crown Research Institute Scion in Rotorua, Tim joined the EPA in 2014, where he is the Principal Scientist of the New Organisms team.

    In the EPA’s determination process (which has a lot of moving parts, but I’m cutting a long story short), a Decision-Making Committee (DMC) thoroughly considered whether BNT162b2 could be seen as an organism at all. One criterion in the HSNO Act for being an organism is being capable of replicating itself. The DMC decided that the only thing that BNT162b2 was capable of producing was the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, and not more copies of itself. On this basis, the DMC determined that BNT162b2 did not meet any of the criteria for it to be called an organism.

    (So what the fuck is it then, clever clogs?)

    https://www.epa.govt.nz/community-involvement/science-corner/sars-cov-2-vaccines-and-the-hsno-act/

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  13. Further to Braybots post above and for those of you without access – here is Heather du Plessis-Allan’s excellent opinion piece in the Horrid. The comments section is revealing; horse face is taking a kicking. They will be getting worried.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/heather-du-plessis-allan-no-jacinda-your-opponents-arent-racist/JXHW5OKCIMQIOGJY3L2MPWWZCM/

    Labour can’t keep blaming critics for reacting to their Māori co-governance plans. The changes are now so significant they warrant a proper debate. For that to happen, Labour needs to grow up and stop hinting its opponents are racist.

    Up to now, Labour’s got away with suggesting Act and National are the ones responsible for stirring up racial angst. For a while, that felt true, with Judith Collins touring National Party regional conferences giving speeches on a document no one had really heard of.

    But this week Labour’s blame shifting started to fall flat.

    He Puapua is no longer a conspiracy theory trotted out by the opposition parties. It is now on the agenda. Labour has put it there.

    The document went to Cabinet last month, and on Thursday, Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson gave a speech dealing with it publicly. He announced He Puapua is not government policy, but the recommendations could be, depending on whether we want it to be. He won’t rule out anything in the report: a separate Māori Parliament, separate Māori courts, Māori governance over fisheries, and so on.

    Obviously some of that will not fly politically, but his refusal to rule anything out means everything’s up for debate.

    Within hours of that speech, voters then became aware of a new Cabinet rule for government agencies: 5 per cent of their contracts need to go to Māori business. A Māori business is any business with 50 per cent Māori ownership, or one classified as a Māori authority.

    The target was agreed by Cabinet in December. In the past few weeks, government agencies started emailing contractors asking if they qualify as Māori businesses. These agencies include the Defence Force and Waka Kotahi.

    This stuff is almost certainly going to anger people. It’s hardly going to lead to a more cohesive society, which is apparently the aim of the proposed hate speech laws.

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  14. So the lefties are turning on thier kind.
    Good. About time.

    It is also clear that the Prime Minister believes she has promises to keep to the victims of the Christchurch Mosque Attacks. From her perspective, legislating against “Hate Speech” is the most important way of keeping those promises.

    She’s wrong, of course.
    Uniformity of belief and behaviour is Xi Jinping’s goal – it shouldn’t be Jacinda Ardern’s.

    Freedom is unruly. It’s rude. It hurts people’s feelings. Makes them angry.

    But people died for it, Jacinda.

    Leave it alone.

    https://resources.blogblog.com/blogblog/data/scribe/bg_paper_mid.jpg

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  15. Fuck me, it’s actually possible for your blood group to change during your life!

    The Blood Transfusion Service always told me I was O positive, but today I got a letter from them telling me I’m now HIV positive.

    How cool is that?

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  16. Norway to pay compensation for AstraZeneca side effects as patients who suffered from Pfizer & Moderna watch and wait

    Among those who suffered badly from the shot – later removed from the national vaccination program due to serious side-effects – are health workers who were prioritized to be vaccinated. The two women were hospitalized in March and one of them, who was in her 40s, died. Another applicant, an unnamed man in his 30s, is still suffering from severe immune reactions.

    https://www.rt.com/news/528174-norway-astrazeneca-vaccine-compensations/

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  17. Twitter, New York Times: George Soros Begins ‘Operation Remove Modi’

    The three largest funds – Blackrock, Vanguard, and Soros’ Quantum Group of Funds reportedly manage over 80 percent of cash flows in the world. And in all George Soros has a stake.
    George Soros is an economic terrorist. Soros issue is India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Soros is a man who paints the picture of an investor whose manipulation of the press is matched only his ability to manipulate his financial empire. By far, Soros’ greatest gains, however, have been destabilizing currencies on the global market.
    The defiant and biased behavior of Twitter and the New York Times is George Soros’s manipulation of the press. This is the start of ‘Operation Remove Modi’. He is the Conductor of the media Orchestra against India under Prime Minister Modi.

    https://goachronicle.com/twitter-new-york-times-george-soros-begins-operation-remove-modi/

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  18. The Labour party’s chosen ones. //. What do Labour’s traditional base think of elitism promoted by ‘their pardy’?

    NZ border exemptions: Visas approved for 14 wealthy investors
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/nz-border-exemptions-visas-approved-14-wealthy-investors?auto=0

    Under both programmes, officials are able to identify and invite key people from companies to visit here in order to facilitate high-value international investment and technology expertise into the country.

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  19. 14 weathy investors are been let in. Along with partners, dependents, grandies, maids, drivers, pool boys and gardners! How many houses will they require, I wonder?
    If they don’t produce ex amount of real jobs, kick them to the curb after a certain time!

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  20. Dr. Reiner Fuellmich | Whitney Webb
    https://brandnewtube.com/watch/dr-reiner-fuellmich-whitney-webb_nz51SZAaD3BS2ug.html
    1 hour : 02 Jul 2021 : Kristall

    Shows a number of the convolutions of ownership and finance in the drug companies plus to Trusts, governments, military funding etc.. with the name changes, and subsidiaries etc..
    Showing no accountability in parts. and how they consider some of vaccines are considered safe in other countries. 🙁

    Whitney is certainly on top of this and shows how far and why some of the systems like the Pentagon, and military through DARPA have overstepped their marks, made stuff ups, cover ups, and why some laws were changed, definitions changed.

    Reminds me of the law changes here in New Zealand about lock-downs, and then to retrospective law to protect NZ Medsafe in the OK, for use of the experimental vaccines.

    Running into eugenic practices, that is ok in UNESCO a precision, targeted, tailored “medicine” by Biden’s Health DARPA, and to fit into socialized medicine in the USA.

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  21. A cut and paste from elsewhere

    “After everything I’ve read in the last 18 months, I wouldn’t trust “medical science” to give me a fucking sticking plaster without researching it first.”

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      • I can recall my maternal grandmother being terrified of seeing doctors or having treatment at a hospital. She was born in Scotland in the mid 1890s when medical treatment was basic & admittance to “the Infirmary” meant you were going to die.

        Despite the miracles of modern medicine up until recent times I feel we are close to completing the full circle.

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  22. Douglas Murray: ‘In modern Britain if you see something you shouldn’t say something’ | Spectator TV
    https://youtu.be/ynVgZu-s4xo
    17 mins 11 secs : Jun 26, 2021 : The Spectator

    The ongoing inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing has exposed the security flaws of that evening.
    ….. Douglas Murray has been following the inquiry, …. …and dropped in to talk about some of his findings on Spectator TV.

    Inquiries always find the faults, errors, but raises a few points, like are security companies “fit for purpose”,
    The fear of being “branded a rascist” which is now being made a high risk consequence.
    After all there is a major bigger industry than security, seeking out bias, privilege & etc. hmm

    The senior people and senior police have trained people not to see what is happening right in sight of them.
    It has become a game, of not profiling, so of course it is not serious security.
    So it continues to be blurred over, so no real lessons will be learnt from that bombing.

    No official will give the reason or an explanation and to justify! Why immigration was allowed to the parents of those 2 brothers, when they had a proven problematic track record in their native country.

    So many points raised, Why? showing an institutionalized cover up, No putting in place policies, or following on up on decisions, or not making decisions. Not going through basic elementary questions, but taking the easy way around.

    Sounds like easier to search for “white supremacy” with money flowing for debates, interviews, reports, etc.
    The point well made, Is the taxpayer money well spent,? Can the officials explain with justification? accountability?

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      • Yes I have. It is written up well..
        Very well put,
        Just scroll down a little of my twitter link.
        4 mins 26 secs.
        Very telling.!

        Just really shows the change in thinking, values, logic, standards, philosophy, …. whatever it is?
        To put children last; so as to protect adults.

        Really even many old people are not asking kids to be sacrificed, but then they come from another era like;
        like those educated ken & karen, of about the 18- 60 years, and be willing to sacrifice others,
        The whole way of reasoning, the debate, discussion not into a Common Consensus, but through the programmed Discourse Consensus. that takes direction from “Which truth”, is the one for which suits, and it is OK as they “Love Big Brother” telling them.

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    • Why are you surprised? this is par for the course for this clown govt. Kiwibuild target that suddenly didn’t become targets. There are so many like this that you could be writing them all for weeks. Time is too short to do that. Let’s just say they are liars and leave it at that.

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  23. Tv1 says that 11 schools have been hit by ransom ware, names Cambridge school but the other 10 schools no a diddly squeak! Wankers! Do you not think the rest of NZ is on tenderhooks, wondering about school exams etc!

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    • Sooty, St Peter’s is a private school in Cambridge with lots of parents paying large school fees for little Jared and Katie to attend. Lots of healthy bank account and credit card numbers to plunder by the hackers?

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    • Seems that at some stage some of this virus hacking stuff will spread through many business’s and then their contacts, just like the DHB hack.

      Just waiting until either another hack or it stuffs up the payments, payroll, the digital banking system, eft pos, credit cards, supposed fool proof computer banking etc.. that the banks have forced every one to.

      Then it all becomes the “new normal” of being ripped & hacked off.

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  24. So the far north has been allowed to drive around in unregistered and warranted cars for sometime!
    How come this is allowed to happen?
    Special rules, for special people. Mr policeman, explain yourself!
    Happy, joy, joy! The locals are going to cry bigly!
    Are winz going to give out free rego and wof vouchers to specials?
    What about other areas of NZ, like sth Ak, rotorua, porirua?
    If they are giving out freebies, I want mine too!

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    • I’m not convinced that rego makes a car safer & about 40% of the WoF requirements as administered are bullshit but drivers make a difference. Never in my life have I seen incompetence behind the wheel quite like witnessed on a daily basis when we’re in the Far North.

      What sets Northland roads apart from most of the rest of the country is ditches. They have to be deep as many are flooded by the tide. Every Sunday morning & much of the week they are full of cars driven off the road by idiots who shouldn’t be allowed control of a push bike.

      I’ve even seen a car parked up in a tree just out of Puketona. Either the natives are absolutely shitted on “P” 24/7 or or they’re totally incompetent drivers……take your pick.

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    • Modernized technology, but the message is still good.
      Same as this article, but was set in that time.
      .
      The softly softly catchee the monkee.
      A great article that leads to the real consequences.
      .
      …… “What happened here was the gradual habituation of the people, little by little, to being governed by surprise;
      to receiving decisions deliberated in secret;
      to believing that the situation was so complicated that the government had to act on information which the people could not understand,
      or so dangerous that, even if the people could not understand it,
      it could not be released because of national security.
      And their sense of identification with ********, their trust in *** made it easier to widen this gap and reassured those who would otherwise have worried about it.
      .
      “This separation of government from people, this widening of the gap, took place so gradually and so insensibly, each step disguised (perhaps not even intentionally) as a temporary emergency measure or associated with true patriotic allegiance or with real social purposes.
      And all the crises and reforms (real reforms, too) so occupied the people that they did not see the slow motion underneath, of the whole process of government growing remoter and remoter. ……
      .
      ……. Most of us did not want to think about fundamental things and never had.
      There was no need to.
      ****** gave us some dreadful, fundamental things to think about—we were decent people—and kept us so busy with continuous changes and ‘crises’ and so fascinated, yes, fascinated, ……

      https://press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/511928.html
      .
      See how it affected the Judge, that had to rule in a racial decision in those times.

      All of this seems to be putting into play also, and the joke is on us.

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  25. Lin Wood.

    I know that many are confused by President Trump’s position on the “vaccine” or the “shot” as he often describes it.

    I do not represent President Trump. I do not advise President Trump. So I certainly do not claim to speak for him. Heck, he endorsed Drew “Biden Won” McKissick!!! Ha! 😎

    But I have believed for the last 4+ years that President Trump is doing his imperfect best to do God’s will for our country.

    President Trump is the consummate White Hat. He loves America. He loves We The People.

    I love President Trump. I trust him. And I respect his decisions even if I myself might disagree with him at times or not completely understand a given decision he makes.

    So let’s talk about the “vaccine.” We still have enough First Amendment freedom left to do so and it is July 4th!

    So here we go.

    In order to understand any Presidential decision made in the 1 1/2 to 2 years, you must accept that our country is at war.

    We have been attacked by bioterrorism, cyber terrorism, and an attempted theft of our national election. The enemies are foreign and domestic. The enemies are the Communists, Globalists, and the Deep State. Their stated goal is one world government with a ruling elite class and a servant class. They want to destroy the middle class. President Trump will never allow America to be part of a one world government. America will govern itself. America First.

    What must a Commander in Chief do during war?

    Make some very difficult decisions.

    So let’s continue the discussion with the above in mind.

    Can you imagine the consequences if the enemies had been successful in locking down our country and the world for 1-2 years based on the fears of the public fueled by the exaggerated death counts and 24/7 propaganda media fear mongering?

    Covid was a man made viral weapon intended to create fear. It was also a serious respiratory flu which would be expected to cause deaths in certain at risk members of the population, as the flu historically does on an annual basis.

    The introduction of a “vaccine” on a warp speed basis would help remove or dramatically reduce the fear factor and prevent a collapse of the middle class and the economy from a lockdown.

    Can you imagine the consequences if we had to wait 2+ years for a “fully approved vaccine?”

    And if the “vaccine” was designed to harm recipients, that harm would occur in either event.

    So one could speculate that the President made a decision to get the “vaccine” available to the public to minimize the casualties of war.

    President Trump described Covid as the flu. He made it clear that hydroxychloroquine was an effective treatment. And he had always made clear that the “vaccine” should NOT be mandatory.

    People who did not fear the virus would be disinclined to take the “vaccine.” But for those living in fear, the “vaccine” would alleviate the fear.

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  26. The NZ Herald has been given the rev-up from the 9th floor to get behind Jacinda Ardern’s hate speech. This is but one example of how they are pushing the narrative that New Zealand is filled with millions of awful, evil white supremacists who hate all other races and need to be stopped.

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