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  1. Jacinda Ardern’s Government continues with her Wellbeing and Kindness policy by allowing the Human Rights Commission to give the Waikato Mongrel a $200 donation after a controversial speaking event.
    ” This is a criminal organization which peddles misery and the Human Rights Commission is using taxpayers money to legitimize them,” David Seymour said.
    National Party Spokesman Simeon Brown was also outraged and told ZB no
    Government Organization should donating to the Mongrel Mob full stop.
    This is outrageous as it doesn’t mater what the value of the donation is whether $10 or $1000 any donation to crime is a invitation to gangs to commit more serious crimes.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/revealed-the-human-rights-commissions-donation-to-the-waikato-mongrel-mob/VTWZ7NM45OTQUI2PYA4JO3KASU/
    If the Government think it all right that they use money to prop up gangs what sought of message do you think this sends to the youth of New Zealand.

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    • Happychappy@0722

      Think of the ‘donation’ as a ‘contribution towards future usefulness’ since by doing so, the government has now
      ‘bought’ the gangs and their ‘loyalty’.

      Having seen something similar done elsewhere (the details don’t matter), this is but an ‘insurance’ against the time when the CoL may require a bit of ‘strong arm’ to enforce their policies against recalcitrant ‘peasants’ who won’t toe the line’.

      Nothing new and typical of socialist / communist tactics.

      The NZMSM will, of course, make no comment.

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  2. I flew to Christchurch and back on the weekend, here are a few observations. Air New Zealand can’t possibly get any more woke. You have to wear a mask on the plane but not when you’re eating or drinking. This obviously means you can’t get covid in the airport or while you’re eating. This doesn’t stop half the people wandering around in masks and what looks like disposable rain coats panicking every time they see an unmasked person. The check in hostess looked and sounded like that Hubbard bloke with a wig on, yet another diversity box ticked. Christchurch was quite refreshing, everything wasn’t Maorified like up here. If it wasn’t for the temperature and the skinheads I could just about live there.

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    • Do Maoris call Germany, Deutschland? Or Paris, Paree? No. So fuck off. NZ is NZ, and Auckland is Auckland. Feel free to use Maori words if speaking Maori, but if speaking English, use English.
      Oh and by the way, you didn’t have a written language, so don’t tell me how to spell stuff.

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      • Name changing seems to be symptom of major problems.

        Like when Peking, become Beijing as said by western media, so that not long after the Tiananmen Square massacre occurred.

        Rhodesia, becoming Zimbabwe, and notice how people flee from that ‘bab’ country.

        Cambodia was recognized as Kampuchea, and its problems were ignored, and even denied by in the West.

        Name changing is never a good sign, as history rhymes showing up real problems.

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  3. No one mentioned Cory Bernadis show on Friday.
    The item on ‘the talkers vs the doers ‘ was very interesting and although written in Australia very applicable to NZ.

    It is available on The Institute of Public Affairs site under The Two Australians report.

    Really interesting articles.

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    • Thanks wiseowl

      The rise of the Talking class has enabled a small section of the Australian workforce to disrupt the economy, culture, and public policy settings to entrench its position and perpetuate its class interests at the expense of mainstream Australians.
      This raises concerns about the integrity of Australia’s representative democracy and is a serious threat to the Australian way of life.

      https://ipa.org.au/publications-ipa/the-two-australias-the-talkers-versus-the-doers

      There is a full report to go on to as well.

      The brief article shows the costs are horrendous, into billions per year, and major job losses.

      New Zealand going the same way, with a lot “huey & No duey” and going down that track faster than even a rotting fish.

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  4. This is sad and tragic for the sick kids who clearly benefit from medical cannabis but Cindy says don’t blame her.

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/govt-accused-creating-medicinal-cannabis-crisis-through-strict-regulations?auto=0
    Among those affected is seven-year-old Eddy Thomas, who has had the medicinal cannabis prescribed to him repeatedly detained by officials at the border.

    It stops his epileptic seizures.

    “It’s really, really quite frightening,” Eddy’s mum, Katy Thomas, told 1 NEWS. “Edward could have died at any point over the last three months.”

    However, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern denied the Government had made a mess of the situation. If that is not what people are experiencing, then we will keep looking at the system we have created.”

    “Ultimately, we want New Zealanders to access safe products to manage their medical needs.

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  5. Frome a UK correspondent:
    According to a nurse at A&E Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield today, there is a15 hr wait as they are inundated with heart attacks, blood clots and strokes.

    Hmmmmm. I wonder what the cause could be?

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  6. FAQs on single-source double-mutant triple-helix Corona variant in India….

    Q. Why curfew from 8pm to 7am?
    A. Due to rising temperatures with the onset of summer, Corona likes to step out when it gets cool. Hence the curfew.

    Q. Is it safe to attend religious places?
    A. Yes. Corona is afraid of religion and does not attack the lakhs who gather to pray to God.

    Q. Why are only 20 people or less allowed at cremations?
    A. Cremations generate lot of heat, which weakens the virus. It tries to escape by jumping from one person to the other. Research has shown that a critical mass of 21 or more people ensures survival of the virus. Hence the restriction of 20.

    Q. Why does Corona not attack crowded buses?
    A. The virus has mutated and acquired human qualities. It hates road traffic and avoids buses due to the longer commute. Hence crowded buses are safe.

    Q. Are local trains dangerous?
    A. Yes. Corona prefers trains due to the quick commute. Also, the virus enjoys the breeze when standing on the footboard.

    Q. Why does Corona not attack slum dwellers?
    A. Corona cannot stand the competition from malaria & TB and hence focuses on higher income flats.

    Q. Does lockdown help?
    A. Indeed it does. Corona hangs around outside the door, waiting for people to step out to pick the newspaper, go for a walk etc. Hence lockdown protects you by ensuring you stay inside your home. Note that Corona never enters your home, it only stays outside.

    Stay home. Stay safe. Stay mad.

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  7. I came across this yesterday. The article is from Dec. 2019.

    The dengue vaccine dilemma
    By Chris Lo
    16 Dec 2019 (Last Updated December 16th, 2019 14:45)
    Pharma giant Sanofi has been mired in controversy in the Philippines after allegations that its dengue vaccine Dengvaxia, which had been used in a widespread school vaccination programme, was linked to the deaths of children. Since the vaccine’s ban the Philippines has declared a national dengue epidemic, creating a public health dilemma as infection rates soar.

    The Philippines is in the midst of a national epidemic of dengue fever, a mosquito-borne tropical disease that causes flu-like symptoms and can be life-threatening, particularly to children if it develops into the more severe form of the disease. The country has attributed at least 622 deaths to the disease this year, a 98% year-on-year increase, prompting authorities to declare a national epidemic in August.
    https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com/features/dangvaxia-philippines/

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  8. My youngest daughter is unwell, so will be staying home today. As she’s of Chinese decent I took great pleasure in sending the school a message that is predominantly in Mandarin with only “is”, “feeling” and “today” in English.

    Hopefully that is woke enough for them.

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  9. Got the bread out of the freezer this morning. Opened the end by taking the plastic locking tag off and realised the bread was in a filthy stinking plastc bag. Can you imagine my shock at realising I was assisting the killling of dolphins away in the oceans.
    I cannot see any other way of selling bread in the quantities that are sold in the supermarkets. It’s one of the top selling items and I can just see the uproar if they try and ban these bags.

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      • The plastic bag is the best way to keep a loaf fresh where a paper or even a wax bag isn’t good for as long as the loaf dries out faster. It is like green energy production, until there is an equivalent alternative don’t dump the existing excellent plastic bags!!!!!!

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        • When I was a kid, the baker delivered uncut loaves in a Bradford van straight from the bakery, still hot! Yummy.
          Had a sheet ot paper around the middle to handle it! Picking anything other than present method is going to cost the consumer!

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      • ha ha sooty, Cut my teeth wrapping loaves of bread like that. Hand sliced on a bacon slicer then wrapped in brown paper and sellotaped at the end. Thousands of the buggers. all used for sandwich bars.
        The we bought in a Baker Perkins slicer and wrapper. Sandwhich slice thickness and wrapped in wax paper sealed by heating elements in the machine. then came two more as the lazy bitches couldn’t sharpen their knives and made a hack of the bread. Thick and Thin sliced in the same pack. toast sliced and medium sliced which was great for sandwiches. Cellophane wrapped and then there was the tinfoil wrapped heat N eat. then along came the plastic bag. Soon they will be going back to recycled dunny paper product.

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    • If plastic bags were “recycled” in New Zealand, then how did they get into the oceans (to be swallowed by sea turtles)?
      Possible explanations:
      a. The plastic bags did not originate in NZ
      b. The NZ plastic rubbish was sent to Asia, and then dumped

      I am concerned that school children are not taught that “recycle” may mean “let someone take it away and dump it in places unseen.”

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      • Isn’t it interesting? Everyday I take my dogs to a dog park for a run and the grass is cut semi regularly and my gumboots get covered in this cut grass. I have used the same plastic bag to keep my boots in so it doesn’t get all over the car. Recycled this bag so many times I couldn’t possibly count. single use plastic? Don’t think many thinking people would have used them as such.

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        • The old humble supermarket bag was reused many times too!
          Now you have to go and buy virgin plastic bags from the supermarket and aint they loving that!
          They don’t have to supply and you buy!

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  10. The Mad Queen may have lost the adulation of The Bard:

    ….”O fair zephyr of empathy! O rainbows!

    A harp strums most tuneful on the meadow.

    The scene: Queen’s Landing.

    A flock of non-binary pink unicorns gambol past.

    From the other side of the Great Wall of the Polls,

    there comes the faint sound of lopping and wails

    as The Pretender, Lady Judith, executes more traitors.

    Queen Cindy the Kind sits in her candy stripe Tower

    brushing her long, luxuriant locks.

    In the corner, The Grand Master of the Royal Mint

    dutifully winds the crank on his printing press.

    The Queen drums her fingers on the throne.

    I am not content, she pronounceth.”…..

    There’s more.

    https://www.newsroom.co.nz/an-ode-for-jacinda-ardern?utm_source=Friends+of+the+Newsroom&utm_campaign=1e046c5f6f-Daily+Briefing+05.07.2021&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_71de5c4b35-1e046c5f6f-97939384

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  11. “So how did the wedding go?” I asked my workmate Akeem, on his return to the factory today.
    “Not too good, actually.” He replied, solemnly. “My new bride died at the reception.”
    “Ha ha, what happened?” I laughed. “Did she blow herself up over the gifts or something?”
    “Oh fuck you! FUCK YOU!! How dare you say something like that about her, about me, and frankly, about Muslim culture?” he slammed, visibly angering. “We’re not all barbarians who do such awful shit like that – we’re a tolerant and peaceful religion and deserve some fucking respect.”
    “Look, Akeem, I’m sorry. I shouldn’t have been so prejudiced, forgive me,” I grovelled. “So how did she pass away?”
    “I stoned her for drinking alcohol”!

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  12. From the Herald (behind a paywall) I read the headline:
    “NZ’s meth crisis: The rural towns bearing the brunt.”

    This needs rewriting.

    “NZ’s meth crisis: The rural Maori towns bearing the brunt”

    There. Fixed it for you. (In the entire article, there was no mention of the word “Maori”.) Yes. I know that there are plenty of non-Maori who are addicted to this synthetic drug invented by Japanese chemist Akira Ogata in 1919. Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Ogata

    Why can’t the media be more truthful and more realistic in their descriptions of social problems? You can’t fix a problem until you identify its root causes.

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          • Reminds me of that old gynecologist joke.

            A gynecologist had become fed up with malpractice insurance and HMO paperwork, and was burned out. Hoping to try another career where skillful hands would be beneficial, he decided to become a mechanic. He went to the local technical college, signed up for evening classes, attended diligently, and learned all he could.

            When the time of the practical exam approached, the gynecologist prepared carefully for weeks, and completed the exam with tremendous skill. When the results came back, he was surprised to find that he had obtained a score of 150%.

            Fearing an error, he called the Instructor, saying, “I don’t want to appear ungrateful for such an outstanding result, but I wonder if there is an error in the grade?”

            “The instructor said, “During the exam, you took the engine apart perfectly, which was worth 50% of the total mark. You put the engine back together again perfectly, which is also worth 50% of the mark.”

            After a pause, the instructor added, “I gave you an extra 50% because you did it all through the muffler, which I’ve never seen done in my entire career”.

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  13. Meanwhile in the US so many Americans are refusing to be vaccinated that shipments of vaccines still being manufactured are being donated to South American and other countries. Is that how Chippie can crow about his success bringing in Pfizzer early? LOL

    The Government is breathing a sigh of relief thanks to the largest shipment of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines yet arriving in the country – two days ahead of schedule.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/covid-19-largest-ever-shipment-of-pfizer-vaccines-arrives-in-new-zealand-just-days-before-stock-runs-out.html

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    • 150,000 doses. Still 850,000 still to come of the million ordered, says chippy!
      This was the biggest shipment yet. Looks like chippy needs to pull finger out!
      If only they had the nurses to inject it before the vaccine expiration date!
      How mmuch have you chucked out so far chippy?

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  14. Hi Pascal…. @8.28

    Good work. I hope more people do this.
    Recently received some stuff from a council with na mihi, tenawhatshit, kiaora bs. I will write back to them henceforth in my other language just to stir the pot!

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  15. Those avoiding meeting their vehicle WOF’s etc are sharing the roads with the rest of NZ. The majority of kiwis comply with vehicle safety requirements so roll this crackdown across the country. Impose compulsory third party insurance while you’re at it.

    Crackdown on unwarranted, unregistered vehicles in the Far North

    Unwarranted and unregistered vehicles in the Far North will now face the same penalties as the rest of the country.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/crackdown-unwarranted-unregistered-vehicles-in-far-north?auto=0

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    • I think you’ll find the FNDC are looking for more ways to raise money and have seen how the other councils do it and decided its easier to do that than try to collect rates from Maori land.

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    • And the media run this line:

      The previous Government left us with a chronic shortage of houses and were selling off state houses that people desperately needed” (Jacinda Ardern)

      Housing Minister Megan Woods has echoed that sentiment, claiming the current crisis follows decades of “insufficient new housing stock” and the “selling of thousands of state homes” by the previous National Government. (Megan Woods)

      Who did National sell the housing stock to? They were largely sold to Community Housing Providers, as National recognized that a local provider driven solution works better than one run from central government. Guess what? When you sell it from a State housing provider to a Community housing provider it still provides housing for the vulnerable. The pool of available housing does not change.

      Some were sold to developers for intensification, but that is by far the tiniest fraction of the total and would have resulted in more houses being developed.

      This dishonesty by the media, the Prime Minister and Megan Woods does nobody any favours.

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      • Hamilton has many established state house areas. One area torn down were horrible 2 story hovels on large sections suitable for housing large families. National ripped them down planning to rebuild with many more homes covering the same area for a variety of tenants. They are all fully-insulated, double-glazed and look it a hell of a lot better than the rotten old and freezing cold hovels they replaced. Labour are happy to take the credit for work that wasn’t their doing.

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    • Oh for fucks sake.

      Lana is a digital producer for Newshub. After studying Sociology and Film, Media and Television Studies at the University of Auckland, she joined the team in 2019. She has a keen interest in entertainment and all things music.

      Lana has previously written for Remix, local music magazine NZ Musician, and Neon Music.

      Follow her on Instagram: @lanaandelane

      No wonder the article is so shit. It’s written by an Instagram journalist that specializes in music. How the fuck is she qualified to talk about governmental housing policy?

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    • No one ever considers the weight of the tree, probably 3 tons or more.
      The belief of roots holding everything is not quite so true, like the “curate’s egg”.

      Gravity can be defied, and there are many tricks to do that, and not all are long term winners, as many suppose.
      The roots themselves, can fracture what is believed to be bed rock.
      Time changes thing, the relentless wear of water, through the seasons being just one thing.

      After cyclone Bola, I recall the clip when PM Lange got out of the helicopter, and part of the comment included his reaction, that it was also mature tree plantations,, that had also been swept down.

      Now & again I have searched for that, but never found that part of it.

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      • True. The tree roots don’t go down too deeply into the soil. The Japanese news services can be quite detailed in their explanations of mud slides. For bad ones, they often bring in an expert and show detailed illustrations showing the transition layers between clay and rock, where rainwater can get in an cause a low-friction area that leads to a land slide.

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  16. https://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/125621601/omarama-farmer-fined-for-illegal-clearance-of-significant-vegetation
    Link clearly shows what the SNA debate is all about.
    The farmer is not allowed to use land he has bought, ,paid rates ,taxes and mortgages on to make a living..
    This assault on property rights ,by both National and Labour ,is. as bad as any seen in Zimbabwe .
    The effect on productivity is obvious.
    The impact on farmer confidence while not so obvious is a long term disaster.
    Landowners will either be too afraid to develop their land ,or the cost of development consents (taxes) will be prohibitive.
    The State remains supreme!

    So very bad for NZ

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    • Limestome / Dolomite formations occur west of Johannesburg. The mining operations started pumping the water out, and sink holes started appearing everywhere. Its simple, if you have limestone or dolomite and you pump water, sinkholes will ocurr.

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  17. That’s bloody naive of National Party politicians’! If they couldn’t see what many kiwis feared then what the hell are they doing in politics?! Maori radical politicians were always going to take advantage of any crack opened by signing.

    Judith Collins denies United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples signed by National in 2010 led to He Puapua
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/judith-collins-denies-united-nations-declaration-on-rights-of-indigenous-peoples-signed-by-national-in-2010-led-to-he-puapua.html

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  18. I am sure many tried to tell National not to sign.(or to go with the Maori Party because give them an inch and they will take a mile.

    There may even be a record of negative comment at the time on the ‘other’ blog.

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  19. May have been posted already..apologies.

    While speaking at a conference in 2018, Wuhan Institute of Virology and collaborator and gain-of-function advocate Dr. Ralph Baric advised attendees on how to “make money” in the next pandemic.

    “Gain-of-function represents one of those approaches that is a crucial tool for public health preparedness and response,” Baric asserted in 2014 while lobbying against a moratorium on gain-of-function research.

    During his 2018 speech “Imagining the Next Flu Pandemic – and Preventing it!” he presents a slide titled “Global Catastrophe: Opportunities Exist.” The slide outlines what type of stocks and industries surged during the Ebola outbreak, which he uses to extrapolate financial advice on how to “make money in the next pandemic.”

    “I wanted to give you good news. There are winners out there, right? So if you ever want to be prepared and make money in the next pandemic, if that’s what you want to do, buy stock in Hazmat suit makers and protective clothing or companies that make antiviral drugs for that particular pandemic,” he notes.

    https://thenationalpulse.com/breaking/wuhan-lab-partner-scheming-on-pandemic-profits/

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  20. Opinion: Jacinda Ardern knows she’s in trouble over proposed hate speech laws

    On the campaign trail last year, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern raised eyebrows when she blithely told journalists she expected “wide support” for expanding existing hate-speech laws to include religion.

    When asked whether sexual orientation, age or disability could be included, she said, “Yeah.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/opinion-jacinda-ardern-knows-shes-in-trouble-over-proposed-hate-speech-laws/KIJLOTPLZCDOCRWHJCY6OZGSNY/

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  21. Newshub are running a predictable article suggesting that the National Party is in complete disarray. Garner is quoted as saying “I no longer know what they stand for”.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/duncan-garner-the-national-party-is-in-complete-disarray-here-s-who-needs-to-go.html?ref=ves-vid4

    I feel that I can assist Duncan. National stand for God, home baked apple pie & not a lot else. Their problem is that although they have the trust & support of 99% of NZ’s Godaddled knowalls the 85% of Kiwis who want economic sanity & the state to Hell & gone out of their private lives don’t want a bar of the crap.

    Glad I could help!

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  22. World Economic Forum announces creation of Orwellian ‘Global Coalition for Digital Safety’
    WEF partners with Big Tech and governments to police Internet, encourage ‘coordinated action’ against unauthorized voices deemed ‘harmful’ to collective psyche

    The WEF states:
    “With the growing challenge to counter health misinformation, violent extremist and terrorist content, and the exploitation of children online, there is an urgent need for more deliberate global coordination to improve digital safety.
    “The Global Coalition for Digital Safety aims to accelerate public-private cooperation to tackle harmful content online and will serve to exchange best practices for new online safety regulation, take coordinated action to reduce the risk of online harms, and drive forward collaboration on programs to enhance digital media literacy.”

    In the above quote, notice how sneakily the WEF lumps spreaders of “health misinformation” – that would be anyone who expresses reticence about experimental mass vaccination programs, COVID lockdowns, mandatory mask wearing, etc. – in with violent extremists, terrorists and child traffickers. How clever.

    https://leohohmann.com/2021/07/01/world-economic-forum-announces-creation-of-orwellian-global-coalition-for-digital-safety/#more-6681

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  23. Bet cindy and robo dont be transformational and take an axe to the pension… then again im sure theyd love to means test it and hand the leftovers to some dolebludgers.

    https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300350259/treasury-warn-government-debt-is-on-unsustainable-trajectory–but-not-because-of-covid19-spending

    So even without covid cash being printed we’re in the shit, at least all the future children born in nz will know all about jacinda and why their lives and country are fucked.

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  24. Latest from ACT.

    Hipkins’ Heroics!

    “In the USSR, communist dogma demanded everyone be paid the same. Problem was, nobody wanted to work. The Government had to inspire people with propaganda and, failing that, a trip to the Gulags.

    Like most things in communist countries, the propaganda started off well enough but quickly descended into farce. The crescendo for soviet worker propaganda was Alexei Stakhanov who, with the help of only three other people, mined 102 tonnes of coal in only six hours.

    For some reason, we thought of Alexei this morning. According to radio reports, brave vaccine deliverers had worked through the night to carry 150,000 doses (a whole week’s supply) two days earlier than scheduled. The Minister for COVID-19 Response thought this so significant that the Government of New Zealand issued a press release about the delivery.

    Out of this we can take three things. The Government has become so paranoid about its ‘year of the vaccine’ that a plane landing requires a press release. The Government’s vaccine roll out is so stagnant that, like the Soviet Economy, Ministers must almost hyperventilate to breathe any life into it. The scale of debate is too small to address the real issue of getting our lives back.

    Let’s take them one at a time.

    The Government has no other strategy but vaccination. That is its end game. Testing, tracing, and other capabilities for combating COVID have barely advanced in the past year.

    For example, the Simpson Roche report recommended the Government make use of saliva testing in September 2020. A contract has been signed but something has gone wrong. It will be a year at best for the Government to adopt this simple and superior partial substitute technology for something it was already doing.

    That’s why vaccination is everything. Not only that, but Pfizer’s vaccine, is everything. After announcing the Government would diversify its supply from four different sources in October, it went all in on Pfizer in March. Now we have a Labour Government wholly at the mercy of a commercial contract with a multi-national corporation. It would be quite funny if it wasn’t driving people broke and ruining their lives.

    The stagnation of the roll out is difficult to overstate. It is sometimes true, depending on the day and the metric (e.g. number of people with one or two shots) that New Zealand is last in the OECD. There is no explanation for how we got back here from being ‘front of the queue’ last October, but what’s truly amazing is the Government has been planning this mediocrity since at least April.

    New Zealand may be the slowest vaccinator in the developed world, but the Government can confidently and honestly say that it is still ahead of the schedule it released in April. The Government did not fail to plan, they actually planned to fail!

    Against this backdrop of intentional mediocrity, Hipkins heroic press release makes sense, but it also places us in a lilliputian world where the big questions adults would ask are not being answered.

    Nothing brings this into starker relief than the Australians publishing their plan to get back to normal. It sets out four phases. Vaccinate, prepare and pilot; Post vaccination; Consolidation; and Final. In the Final phase, Australia’s Government will “manage COVID-19 consistent with public health management of other infectious diseases.”

    ScoMo has actually published the plan and said, ‘this is where we’re headed, cobbers.’ Australian businesses and households can see how this thing ends, and when various freedoms will return. Our Government either lacks such a plan, or thinks we citizens unworthy of reading it.

    The best New Zealanders can hope for is that the Aussies’ plan is our plan by default. If we want to remain part of the Australasian labour market and free trade zone, then we can’t afford for our policy to be out of sync with theirs.

    A conclusion that might lead you to ask, what the bloody hell’s the point of our Government?”

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    • There is no point to this ‘government’. What NZ has
      is a collection of left wing educated socialists and advocates
      of ‘luminaries’ like Castro, Chavez, Pot, Mao, Stalin etc. These
      ‘students’ in Wellington know nothing about life, working or helping
      create a decent society. They are corrupt, shallow and bereft of any
      decency. They serve only themselves. They are lower than dogshit.

      Bon out. Enjoy your evening.

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  25. Upon arriving home in eager anticipation of a leisurely evening, the husband was met at the door by his sobbing wife. Tearfully she
    explained, “It’s the druggist – he insulted me terribly this morning on the phone.”
    Immediately the husband drove downtown to accost the druggist and demand an apology.
    Before he could say more than a word or two, the druggist told him, “Now, just a minute – listen to my side of it.
    This morning the alarm failed to go off, so I was late getting up. I went without breakfast and hurried out to the car, but I’ll be damned if I didn’t lock the house with both house and car keys inside.
    I had to break a window to get my keys. Driving a little too fast, I got a speeding ticket. Then, about three blocks from the store I had a flat tyre.
    When I finally got to the store there was a bunch of people waiting for me to open up.
    I got the store opened and started waiting on these people, and all the time the darn phone was ringing its head off, then I had to break a roll of nickels against the cash register drawer to
    make change, and they spilled all over the floor.
    I got down on my hands and knees to pick up the nickels – the phone is still ringing – when I came up I cracked my head on the open cash drawer, which made me stagger back against a showcase with a bunch of perfume bottles on it, and half of them hit the floor and broke.
    The phone is still ringing with no let up, and I finally got back to answer it, It was
    your wife — she wanted to know how to use a rectal thermometer. Well,
    Mister, I TOLD HER!”

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  26. More on Hunty
    The Toothbrush Salesman…
    The kids filed into class Monday morning. They were all very excited.
    Their weekend assignment was to sell something, then give a talk on salesmanship technique they used.
    Little Sally led off. “I sold Girl Scout cookies and I made $30” she said proudly.
    “My sales approach was to appeal to the customer’s civil spirit and I credit that approach for my obvious success.”
    “Very good”, said the teacher.
    Little Debbie was next. “I sold magazines” she said.
    “I made $45 and I explained to everyone that magazines would keep them up on current events.”
    “Very good, Debbie”, said the teacher.
    Eventually, it was Hunty’s turn. The teacher held her breath.
    Little Hunty walked to the front of the classroom and dumped a box full of cash on the teacher’s desk. “$2,467”, he said.
    “$2,467!” cried the teacher, “What in the world were you selling?”
    “Toothbrushes”, said Little Johnny.
    Toothbrushes, echoed the teacher. “How could you possibly sell enough tooth brushes to make that much money?”
    “I found the busiest corner in town”, said Little Hunty
    “I set up a Dip & Chip stand and I gave everybody who walked by a free sample.”
    They all said the same thing; “Hey, this tastes like dog poop!”
    I would say, “Yeah, It is dog poop. Wanna buy a toothbrush? …They all did!”
    “I used the Politician’s salesmanship technique of giving you some crap, dressing it up to make it look good, telling you it’s free and then making you pay to get the bad taste out of your mouth.”
    Little Hunty got five stars for his assignment!…………..

    https://www.facebook.com/rondell.brereton/videos/3727874940605576

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