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  1. Australia deports man who left NZ as a baby, racked up more than 150 convictions

    A man who left New Zealand when he was 11 months old and has never held a Kiwi passport will be sent back from Australia due to his offending.

    Heath Cowgill,​ 43, is among a growing number of 501 deportees: New Zealanders booted from across the Tasman because they do not meet the Australian government’s character requirements.

    It’s a practice that has raised the ire of Kiwi politicians, including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who has told Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison​ to stop deporting “your people, and your problems”.

    But Morrison has said the practice will continue, as deporting Kiwi criminals is in Australia’s best interests.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/300353495/australia-deports-man-who-left-nz-as-a-baby-racked-up-more-than-150-convictions

    Still they can’t win the cricket nor the rugby.
    Losers forever.

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    • Paywalled behind Herald article where they received the “sleight of hand” money.

      Started a year ago.
      https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/mongrel-mob-chapter-pilots-programme-help-members-kick-meth-addiction

      Kahukura Wānanga aims to help Mongrel Mob members lead drug-free life
      https://youtu.be/pAZxuHqF-Y8
      2 mins 26 secs : Oct 21, 2020 : Te Karere TVNZ

      What can go wrong?
      It seems like a “job” not even half done.
      Serve 2 masters?
      Mongrel Mob or it seems a subversion of maori culture, and will continue to subvert, like a rotten apple in a barrel of apples.

      21 No one sews a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment.
      If he does, the new piece will pull away from the old, and a worse tear will result.
      22 And no one pours new wine into old wineskins.
      If he does, the wine will burst the skins, and both the wine and the wineskins will be ruined.
      Instead, new wine is poured into new wineskins.”

      So the leopard is still spotty.

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    • Posted late last night, but matches in with the trendz in this systemic governmental ideologies.

      New Zealand out of the blocks, punching above its weight, to abolish prisons as per Kelvin Davis & the maori caucus.
      However the USA has looked and his setting in a system of implementation.
      .
      “This course explores what’s to be gained, lost and what we can’t imagine about a world without prisons.
      Through the figure of abolition (a phenomenon we will explore via movements to end slavery, the death penalty, abortion, gay conversion therapy and more) we will explore how and why groups of Americans have sought to bring an absolute end to sources of human suffering,” … ……
      .
      ….. “In turn, we will explore a history of the punitive impulse in American social policy and seek to discern means of intervening against it,” ….. ….
      ….”Finally, on the specific question of prison abolition, we will think through how to ‘sell’ abolition to the masses and design a multi-media ad campaign to make prison abolition go viral.” ….

      https://www.foxnews.com/us/george-soros-funded-bard-college-offering-course-prison-abolition
      .
      So there seems to be a lot of seed money backing & pushing this concept.
      .
      New Zealand customization adapting colonialism, plus Treaty partnership, that has now morphed into a time of no prisons with maori folk lore, and mysticism, held up by our Judiciary system.
      .
      Certainly infested in New Zealand’s academia, politicians and media.

      ….. “Abolishing Prisons and the Police” will teach students how to “‘sell’ abolition to the masses ……
      ….. The course is part of the school’s Hate Studies Initiative.
      The initiative is a self-described interdisciplinary field that seeks to explore the “Inquiries into the human capacity to define, and then dehumanize or demonize, an ‘other,’ and the processes which inform and give expression to, or can curtail, control, or combat, that capacity.”

      https://www.campusreform.org/article?id=17728

      So this may be how it can be set into our “Hate Speech Lqws”,?

      I would like to think every prisoner can be educated and scattered through university hostels, close to campus would be a good place for those released prisoners, to continue their education.

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    • All to be said with bobbling head, and waving arms.
      To show our great “diversity of meritless inclusiveness of Kindness”.
      .
      Swifty
      “For the Mongrel Mob, by the Mongrel Mob.”
      .
      “What’s good for the Mongrel Mob is good for New Zealand.”
      .
      “When the Mongrel Mob succeeds all of NZ succeeds.”

      .
      From the “They are us” & so we become them, that is, will become ruled by them.

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      • Another lot of “they are us” in Austria, effectively ratcheting in the new righteous laws.

        From the “They are us” & so we become them, that is, will become ruled by them.

        As our laws change to maori lore.

        Another set of laws taking precedence in Austria.

        …… knocked into the middle of next week in his flat by his neighbour’s brothers. Nevertheless, according to the authorities’ order, the teacher is not allowed to enter his home.
        Arbitrariness of the authorities or justified?…..

        ….. There is nothing to be found in the authorities’ file.
        The police block all enquiries about this: data protection! Rudolf B. is now hiring a lawyer:
        “The thugs are on the loose. And I am not allowed into my flat. Madness!” …..

        https://medforth.biz/austria-muslims-knock-a-tenant-into-the-middle-of-next-week-now-the-authorities-even-forbid-the-victim-to-enter-his-flat/

        Again this shows how the Western Civilization laws are to be dismissed, so other laws/lore can be given their so called righteousness that recognizes their great creativeness.

        The “internationalist” Ardern knows & trained in how to run New Zealand law systems through adhans a decade ago, ….. eh Comrade, comrade? ….

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  2. What happened to 3 pies investigation into petrol prices?? //

    New Zealanders feel pinch at pump as fuel prices reach heights not seen since before pandemic
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2021/07/new-zealanders-feel-pinch-at-pump-as-fuel-prices-reach-heights-not-seen-since-before-pandemic.html

    According to fuel price observation tool Gaspy, the average cost of 91 across New Zealand today is $2.24 – an increase of almost 10 cents in the last 28 days. It’s something Gull general manager Dave Bodger has seen reflected across his stores.

    “There’s several factors in there, the price of carbon, Kiwi dollar and international prices are marching upwards,” he says.

    It’s the international influence that could be about to cause further pain at the pump.

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  3. “We’re going to have to switch off your wife’s life support,” said the doc, “she’s in a vegan state.”

    “Don’t you mean vegetative?” I asked.

    “No, vegan,” he replied, “if it was vegetative there’d at least be some hope.”

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  4. A chicken farmer went to a local bar, sat next to a woman and ordered a glass of champagne.
    The woman perked up and said, “How about that? I just ordered a glass of champagne, too!”
    “What a coincidence” the farmer said. “This is a special day for me, I am celebrating.” 
    “This is a special day for me too, I am also celebrating,” said the woman.
    “What a coincidence!” said the farmer. 
    As they clinked glasses he added, “What are you celebrating?”
    “My husband and I have been trying to have a child, and today my gynaecologist told me that I am pregnant!”
    “What a coincidence!” said the man. 
    “I’m a chicken farmer and for years all of my hens were infertile, but today they are all laying fertilized eggs.”
    “That’s great!” said the woman, “How did your chickens become fertile?”
    “I used a different Cock,” he replied.
    The woman smiled, clinked his glass and said, “What a coincidence!”

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  5. You couldn’t make this up.

    The govt won’t let workers in because there are not enough MIQ spaces (cough). Now we learn the govt can’t create more MIQ spaces, because there aren’t enough workers.

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  6. Newshub have buried this bad news already. Rise in interest rates sooner than previously predicted.

    Westpac predicts interest rates to go up in November, gradual increases from there
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2021/07/westpac-predicts-interest-rates-to-go-up-in-november-gradual-increases-from-there.html

    An OCR increase of between 1 and 1.25 percent would cost the average borrower $4000 per year, experts have said.

    “An important thing to keep in mind is we are carrying quite high levels of debt these days so a little will probably go a long way in terms of interest rate hikes,” said Gordon.

    “We don’t necessarily need to go particularly high.”

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  7. I suspect that “hate speech” is any speech that runs counter to left-wing narratives and policies.

    It is political in nature, i.e., dynamic. The hate speech of today will likely be different from the hate speech of the future.

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    • It’s like the word “internationalization” (国際化 ) that was so popular in Japan in the mid-90s (25 years ago) with the calls for Japan to “open up to the outside world.” “Internationalization” sounded so sexy, but no-one knew what it really meant.
      So, it’s not just a phenomenon of the English-speaking world.

      No doubt the Chinese had the same issue with “the Great Leap Forward”. Sounds wonderful. What does it mean? No-one knows.

      A word or phrase that no-one knows the meaning can be made to be anything. And therein lies the danger.

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    • Bound to have because Cindy believes she will have a seat at the global elitist table and her financial wizard and bestie Grant will be there to support his star in her rise to global domination.
      The left are mad hatters 🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪🤪

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  8. Now to do the same analysis for NZ.
    Here is how Aussie gets to zero carbon by 2050

    The Impossible Dream? Logistics and Costs for Australia to Achieve Net Zero Carbon Dioxide Emissions by 2050.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2021/07/10/logistics-and-costs-for-australia-to-achieve-net-zero-carbon-dioxide-emissions-by-2050/

    In summary:
    Install 119,000 wind turbines over an area of 60,000 square kilometres
    Install 6 million rooftop solar systems.
    Build 22,000 solar farms.
    Plant 17 billion trees per annum on 201 million hectares, an area equivalent to 50 per cent of Australia’s total agricultural and grazing land.
    Build 6 nuclear power stations.
    Spend an estimated $1.13 trillion.

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  9. Twelve Italian priests were about to be ordained. The final test was for them to line-up in a straight row, totally nude, in a garden while a sexy, beautiful, big breasted, nude model danced before them.
    Each priest had a small bell attached to his weenie, and they were told that anyone whose bell rang when she danced in front of them would not be ordained because he had not reached a state of spiritual purity. The beautiful model danced before the first candidate with no reaction. She proceeded down the line with the same response from all the priests until she got to the final priest, Carlos.
    Poor Carlos. As she danced, his bell began to ring so loudly that it flew off, clattering across the ground and laid to rest in nearby foliage. Embarrassed, Carlos quickly scrambled to where the bell came to rest. He bent over to pick it up… and all the other bells started to ring.

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    • And true to form Pom supporters have taken the loss humbly…… Must be something else the rioting in London is over. And what’s with the constant booing? (and taking off the silver medal? ) Italy deserved the win, although the first goal was an absolute scorcher. The problem is England then thought they had won it and started dreaming about the cup instead of playing for it… Oh and possession helps, 66% to 34%… 19 shots to 6, and then put the least experienced penalty taker to take the final penalty.. Genius.

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      • Yes rightoverlabour I watched the game and I thought exactly the same as you. The crowd started by booing the Italians when they cam on and they even booed the Italian national anthem, which I thought was in extremely poor taste – and it got worse from there on.

        I was absolutely amazed at the disgusting showing when they took their medals off as they walked away from their presentations. Fucking animal crowd and extremely poor sportsmanship from the players!

        TBH I don’t watch much football – but I expected better than that. No class at all. Is this how football is all the time?

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  10. For those of you who have a telegram account (and that should be everyone).
    I have been following a Facebook group run by some called Sam Jones who have been asking for people to report any vax deaths or adverse reactions. Quite difficult to follow on FB as each report is interspersed with other comments and FB screw with the posts.
    Anyway Sam has extracted the posts reporting deaths or injuries and posted them to a Telegram account. Much easier to get a handle on and worth following. We are being lied to big time on adverse reactions.

    https://t.me/NZdeathsAndAdverseReactions

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  11. Think we have almost made it to the winterless north as at Pahiri Beach, not sure though as the wind swept rain drops are obscuring the view somewhat. Actually I believe we have not quite crossed the border to the Taniwha Country so perhaps the best is yet to come. As a born & bred rural Mainlander I would like to give a shout out to all those North Islanders who give us an acknowledgement by light flick or horn toot as we pull over our ageing camper van on the many hilly and windy bits we have been travelling on, more so than from those in the South Island. Thank you.
    Rushed through Auckland yesterday, amazed at how much traffic was around for a Sunday, looked like the Christchurch Motorway on work days. Not sure why you all put up with it.

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  12. He’ll fit in nicely and soon feel at home in maximum security with the other dangerous murderers.

    Matthew Hunt: Eli Epiha pleads guilty to murdering police officer in Auckland shooting
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/matthew-hunt-eli-epiha-pleads-guilty-to-murdering-police-officer-in-auckland-shooting.html

    However, Epiha, 25, will face trial at the Auckland High Court for the alleged attempted murder of another police officer who was at the scene, Constable David Goldfinch, a charge Epiha denies, and has pleaded not guilty to.

    Epiha entered the two guilty pleas last Wednesday, but they were suppressed until today, when his trial began.

    When asked to enter his plea to the charge of Constable Matt Hunt’s murder last week, Epiha replied saying he was guilty “to reckless discharge causing death”.

    Justice Geoffrey Venning intervened, reminding the defendant he was pleading to murder. Epiha gave a thumbs-up back, and entered a guilty plea.

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  13. He’s getting my vote:

    “Controversial Auckland businessman Leo Molloy has announced his intention to run for Auckland Mayor in 2022 – and has already outlined his plans to clear out the council and crack down on “woke pretentious white whinging wankers”.

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  14. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/national-outraged-after-mongrel-mob-rehab-scheme-kahukura-gets-2-75-million-in-funding.html
    “A sick joke” is how National MP Simeon Brown has described the Ministry of Health endorsing a Mongrel Mob rehab programme getting millions of dollars in funding.

    Nearly $3 million in funding seized from gangs and criminals by police is being used to fund the Mongrel Mob’s Kahukura drug and trauma rehabilitation scheme, Hawke’s Bay Today newspaper revealed on Monday.

    “The Mongrel Mob is an organised criminal organisation which has been caught selling meth very recently, uses illegal firearms, and perpetrates significant violence on our streets,” he says.

    “The Government is giving millions of dollars to the people who import drugs into New Zealand and infect our communities with their scourge with the purpose that they get people off drugs! Where is the logic?”

    ACT MP Nicole McKee, who was accused of hypocrisy for meeting with Hutchinson after criticising other MPs for doing so, says taxpayer money should not be given to gangs who “create the harm we are trying to stop”.

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  15. I’ve just come across the Counter- Terrorism Bill which is currently before the Justice Select Committee. As currently worded it redefines “terrorism” from creating “terror in a civilian population” to creating “fear in a population”!!!
    It appears designed to protect politicians from any challenge. In conjunction with the “hate speech” law reform our country’s regime is creating terror for me

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    • As he says:-
      Legal discourse says that the law is neutral and colour-blind, however,
      CRT challenges this legal ‘truth’
      by examining liberalism and meritocracy as
      a vehicle of self-interest, power and privilege.”

      So a “Discourse Consensus” is searched out, to back “which truth” is correct, then settled on with “Love of Big Brother”.

      All this can be achieved if you have gone to the right schools, which elitism affords, so then another “old boy’s” network forms so the young know the key passwords for that well paid clip board, tick box job, that also gives power & control.

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  16. he Auckland harbour bike path was bad enough, but today’s news of what our money is being used for takes the cake: taxpayer funding for the Mongrel Mob. I’m emailing to ask for your support so the Taxpayers’ Union can fight back.

    Millions of taxpayer dollars used to fund the Mongrel Mob

    You couldn’t make this up.

    This time, we are not talking a few hundred dollar koha from the Human Rights Commissioner – we’re talking millions of dollars taken from a fund that was meant for victims of crime!

    This morning the Hawke’s Bay Today (owned by the NZ Herald) revealed Mongrel Mob leaders received $2.75 million via a contract from the Ministry of Health. The money was to run a drug rehab programme – the very drugs the Mob peddles.

    In other words, the gang gets people hooked on meth, then puts them up at a marae for rehab, and gets rich at both ends.

    The Mongrel Mob gets $30,000 for every person it puts through the course, which involves staying at a marae, fishing trips, and (I wish this was a joke) working on the gardens of the Mongrel Mob’s chapter president!

    Revealed by the Taxpayers’ Union: Jacinda Ardern personally signed off on the funding

    It gets worse. We can reveal that, because the programme was funded via the Proceeds of Crime Fund, it was signed off by none other than the Prime Minister, with the Ministers of Finance and Justice.

    That’s incredible. Elected officials are given veto powers over this kind of spending precisely so they can shut down out-of-touch ideas from unelected bureaucrats. Instead of vetoing – Jacinda Ardern signed cheques to the Mob.

    Our work this morning led to questions being asked of the Prime Minister in her post-Cabinet media conference.

    To our astonishment, the PM said she is “comfortable” with the spending.

    Enough is enough – support the Taxpayers’ Union to hold Jacinda Ardern to account

    I’m writing to ask for your financial support so the Taxpayers’ Union can fight back against this disgraceful spending.

    Unlike the Mongrel Mob, we don’t receive millions from the taxpayer! We are depending on your support.

    It’s time to de-fund criminal gangs

    Your donation will be used to:

    audit every government department (and council) to expose what other agencies are funding the Mob and other gangs. With your support, we will hire a new researcher to expose this spending.
    draft and promote a parliamentary bill to make it illegal for the Government to use your taxpayer money to fund criminal gangs.

    But to stop taxpayer funding for organised crime we need your support.

    >> Donate now using our secure website <<

    Thank you for your support,
    David Farrar
    Co-founder
    New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

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    • I see the taxpayers union as wishy washy.
      They are largely preaching to the converted with their mail outs.

      Anything that lefty wrecker TDS Farrar is associated with does not have my support.
      He is part of the problem of why Notional is so weak and spineless today.
      “I shall make them in my image”
      ————–
      note says:-
      “Unlike the Mongrel Mob, we don’t receive millions from the taxpayer! We are depending on your support.”

      YES
      but Notional does; as opposition.
      They get millions.
      They have press secretaries, research assistants, over 30 FT* MPs, a party structure, support staff paid by Parliamentary Service ( i.e. Taxpayer; our taxes) .
      Many of the current MPs have been research assistants/in house paid staffers.

      For me to pay to TU is paying twice for the same job and the job clearly is not done by the primary party, the so-called opposition;
      if one were to ever consider this woke mob of Goodfellow’s picks an opposition to anything.
      (with Possible exception of Simeon Brown. )

      Perhaps they could win a tug of war against a troop of Brownies.

      Four years of neglect.
      and counting.

      *FT – full time, apart from the backstabbing, plotting, and white anting duties that seems core to Notional now.

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      • Fuck the TPU, After their lies about the skybridge poll being “independantly carried out by curia research” i emailed my disgust at blatant lies and propaganda and requested some answers… nothing, but the next day the wording was changed and the word “independant” was removed.

        Pretty bullshit to claim independant poll when the co founders own business done it, dont donate a cent to those fuckers unless you want to fund fruities lifestyle.

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        • I see ive just recieved the latest email from mr farrar begging for money.
          Wonder who will be the company to do the “audit” of govt and councils to find out whos gunding the mongrel mob?
          Im sure it will be “fully independant” // wake up ppl these guys are just milking you for their own benefit.

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  17. Air Force carries out night-time medical evacuation from Antarctica’s McMurdo Station

    The patient, who a member of the United States Antarctic Program, did not suffer life-threatening injuries and is receiving further medical treatment, NZDF said in a statement.

    Air Component Commander air commodore Shaun Sexton said the Defence Force had been providing support to Antarctica New Zealand and the United States Antarctic Program for many years, but missions such as this occur infrequently.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/125725259/air-force-carries-out-nighttime-medical-evacuation-from-antarcticas-mcmurdo-station

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    • It is pretty much entirely nighttime in the Antarctic at this time of the year !

      But a wee Stuffed reporter in an office could not possibly know that unless they interviewed their keyboard.
      (I did not read article)

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        • They need to isolate !!
          Why:
          penguins are superspreaders and have the bird flu plus the Epsilon version of Covid 19

          Well not really, I made that up but then the media filth makes up most of their crap as do Liebour.
          Lets start a rumour 🙂

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  18. Cuba.

    https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/079/028/346/original/32a6c78105c3fa3e.png

    Update: The Cuban regime blocked the internet and cut off electricity in several areas of the island to prevent the spread of the protests – Infobae
    https://twitter.com/EndGameWW3/status/1414430447476609024

    Thousands protest in Cuba, calling for the end of communist dictatorship
    https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-thousands-protest-in-cuba

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  19. A husband came home to find trash cans over flowing, laundry piled up in the laundry room, dishes in the sink, and children’s toys strewn all over the living room floor. He asked his wife why the house was such a mess. She replied, “Do you remember when you said I don’t know what you do all day? Well, today I didn’t do it”.

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  20. Apparently funding the people who supply drugs to run drug rehabilitation programmes is a good idea. Because of their skin colour or some tosh like that. All part of the separatist redistribution of wealth that Labour is working on.

    After seeing this disastrous idea from the Labour Party I am no longer willing to fund Jacinda Ardern’s government.

    Can anybody help with the right form I can use or is it as simple as an unsubscribe button?

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