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    • As that “leader” in that video says, before the 2020 election, they have a great number of voters, and can influence to make sure the voting is done, so get them to vote!

      If they are organizing like this, then who did count those votes?

      Labour has a whole group of voters and obviously active supporters, that journalism seems to actively cover & support.
      Were election promises made to get that vote for how Police systems would be; and now kept?
      Interesting to read in particular one of the few comments, that seems to have good knowledge & experience of the back ground & connections.

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    • Viking@0643

      A very interesting video. Having seen similar ‘leftist-promoted’ speeches elsewhere, one wonders who ‘trained’ the speaker and carefully ‘inflamed’ his grievances?

      Add-in a dose of islam and these people are very-willing foot-soldiers for ‘The cause’.

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      • Farming has always been the nz backbone, some will blab on that tourism replaced it but its proved to be intrue, backbones stay forever and tourism was just a fad diet we overindulged in and now…. crash diet for them.

        Cant eat tourism, cant manufacture goods from tourism and most importantly you cant rely on tourism!

        If they want to change farming for better then ban tge large corporate style holdings and return to more smaller owner operator types that had character and passion, theyre the ones that care about the land,animals and environment not the big robotic like entities that only care about a return on investment.

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        • Cant eat tourism, cant manufacture goods from tourism and most importantly you cant rely on tourism!

          Yup, same with Education (bums on seats scam) and other mainly fake industries. I’m curious, do you know how much of our farming land is held by corporate style holdings? I generally only get to chat to what you’d call the “smaller owner operator types“.

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      • Farming is PRIMARY industry.
        Prime. Number one.

        Tourism is competing with others and aside from the package trips directly out of first, Japan, and later China and Korea it is largely tacked on to trips to Australia .

        Education was never a huge thing. NZ sat at number five in choice. I dont call that primary.
        After US, UK, Canada, AU then NZ got a look.
        I dont think it was ever done well especially with academics playing at business but with Govt funding in their core operation. It was not much above amateur.
        When Johnny Key came in he turned it into ‘pathway to citizenship’ scheme so it had its own life.

        The other primary industries are Fishing and Forestry.
        These are good earners.

        We could have a thriving mining industry like Australia but the Govt depts were taken over by the organic muslin cloth wearers, the sandal wearers munching on their organic mung beans and organic sunflower seeds.
        A massive opportunity lost. Having that Blue?/Green NINO nutter Nick Smith as Minister never helped.

        Make your noise farmers.
        You are our backbone.
        Show that backbone.

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  1. If you ever needed proof of Arderns communist leanings.

    China’s Xi Jinping to join Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s ‘informal’ Apec meeting
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/125724790/prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-to-host-presidents-biden-and-putin-at-apec-leaders-meeting

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to host presidents Biden and Putin at Apec leaders’ meeting
    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will host a virtual Apec meeting that will include United States President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Friday’s “unscheduled” Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) leaders’ meeting of the forum’s 21 member countries will be the first such additional meeting held in the forum’s more than three decades.

    “It reflects our desire to navigate together the path through the Covid-19 pandemic and economic crisis,” Ardern said, on Monday.

    New Zealand has been hosting the Apec 2021 summit virtually this year, and has placed Covid-19 at the centre of the agenda. Ardern said she would be inviting leaders to discuss “immediate measures to achieve more -co-ordinated regional action to assist recovery”.

    Stupid ,nasty little girl.

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  2. Would be nice if she spent as much time looking after the country as she does cultivating her image. I suppose to do that you would have to be genuine and caring, something she’ll never be.

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    • Maybe it is years of being emboldened by a cuddly, fabric softener approach to policing and criminality. Combined with the colonialist narrative and a government increasingly seeming to favour the criminals over our society I’m not surprised they’re doing what they want to more openly.

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        • Where will this lead?
          – Stronger, bolder gangs and weaker, woker police?
          – A call for stronger, more effective police?
          – Calls for the cutting back of gang-enabling social welfare?
          – Calls for the common man to be empowered to defend his family and household?
          – Greater division in society along class and race? (Gee, who would like this?)

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          • Yesterday I shared an article from South Africa. They ended up with the community defending itself against the gangs, because the police could not. I think we’re heading there as well.

            In our central Auckland neighbourhood we are already doing some of that. We have patrols at night, we have a watch group to look out for parcel thieves, etc. The previous thieves were caught by the community and handed over to the police with evidence.

            (And were still released, but they’ve not come back here since)

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            • Next time your bunch catch a thug committing a crime put a bag over is head and beat him to an inch of his life. Then let them go. They’ll quickly spread the word not to go back…. I have heard of many cases of thugs in South Africa getting shot dead, and then discreetly buried….

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    • Yesterday one of the two was in Hamilton.
      Probably from Cambridge!!

      A disaffected St Peter’s Student after all the recent kerfuffle, perhaps?

      Or are they upset postal workers annoyed at the rebranding?

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  3. Outbreak of Gun Violence: Warning for public to be vigilant as criminals ” increasingly ready to pull the trigger”.
    Wow is this what we expect and have to live with now because of Labours be kind,go soft on gangs and a policy of reducing prison numbers.
    A growing number of criminals are carrying firearms- and they are becoming increasingly ready to “pull the trigger” says Police Association President Chris Cahill and he says members of the public need to be vigilant in case they find themselves caught in the middle of a armed situation.
    ” I can’t say this is going to be a one-off because it’s not, we have had three significant events in less than a week he told the Herald.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/outbreak-of-gun-violence-warning-for-public-to-be-vigilant-as-criminals-increasingly-ready-to-pull-the-trigger/N4HXTX7L4LFD6DHO6QZBA22IQM/
    The Police Association President had also taken a swipe at the Government and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern over the $ 2 7 million given to the Mongrel Mob for drug rehabilitation.

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    • At the same time Police Association President Chris Cahill is calling for a shopping list of … guns registering, …. in the name of greater security so that gun owners will be more careful in case they are burglarized.

      https://kiwigunblog.wordpress.com/2018/08/27/police-refuse-to-attend-another-gun-burglary/
      Going by the damage, in the photos, and the police non attendance, then one would have to presume the police are in league with the failed burglars.

      It will not be far when gangs, will be better set up to be more successful, and even hostage take, as often home invaders do, like when taking one of the victims to an atm to use the credit card and gain the password.

      As Cahill always fits in his demand for increased control over the citizen.
      Jul 16 2021
      Having a firearms register in place would have an immediate to long-term effect on supply, he said.

      https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/125766125/gun-incidents-bubbling-over-into-public-eye-police-association-says

      So Cahill uses the fear, of these incidents as if people in the country are part of creating this.
      When for most people in the cities the police are just minutes away.
      In country areas more like half the night, and wait for day break, if you are lucky.

      When provincial areas the police will not come to a burglars, “breaking & entering”
      Gun register, but has any one asked the police? what was the gun serial number? ? ?
      Do you believe that it is still their on those guns?

      With what is being smuggled into New Zealand through nefarious contacts, along with drugs.

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      • Yep.
        Piggies do not have a handle on it.

        If you thought drunken Bush was bad (and he was) this is frying pan to fire stuff.

        They are focused on other things like PC.
        Remember, they dont want to recruit white males.
        So they have put a halt on this.
        However ‘the others’ they want – Five foot 2 women, women of colour , women with ta moko, women in hijabs …are not coming forward.

        Why would they when they see the rise in gangs and the rising power of gangs actually funded by the Government?
        They see they will just be political cannon fodder like Grunts in Vietnam or Iraq.

        This appears to be the real reason they cancelled the training in January this year.
        None of the ‘right stuff’ recruits.
        Well, right stuff in a distorted PC wanker world that Andy Coster lives in.
        Started by Stuart Nash who cut and run and left it to an almost permanently bewildered Poto Williams.

        Sorry it is the Horrid-
        https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/police-recruits-left-in-the-dark-over-training-delay-calls-for-government-action/Q4PXL5Q6AAWYXSFUAYTHL65TAA/
        “Candidates of an upcoming training wing were initially scheduled to attend the Royal New Zealand Police College in February, but were told that they would be deferred until later in 2021 after recruitment requirements were reconsidered.”

        Oh dearie me.
        So much for 1800 new cops
        It looks more like a sinking lid.

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    • Vigilance is a really cool way to confront an armed offender. As the USA and South Africa shows on a daily basis, armed, law abiding civilians, well trained in firearm use, are a very effective deterrent. It would also help if the police were trained to shoot to kill.

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      • When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.

        If you do as the armed offender says, what is to stop them from killing you to avoid identification? (Especially if the offender is highly impulsive and with a low IQ)?

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  4. HC@0732

    Re: ‘…The $ 2 7 million given to the Mongrel Mob for drug rehabilitation.’

    This ties in very neatly with Viking and Simpleton’s comments earlier in this thread, and IMHO is as close to ‘Buying votes / influence’ as it is possible to get without actually ‘breaking the law’.

    The MM no doubt believe the CoL to be total fools and will never, ever, produce the ‘expected outcome’ of totally rehabilitated addicts from within their ranks.

    They will however be very ;creative’ with the ‘donation’, and ensure that it is never, ever, accounted-for.

    DL, of course, thinks that by making the ‘donation she is ‘being kind’ and that it shows that she’s wunnerfooool, an’ caring, an’… especially as it makes amazeballs media headlines, which to her is ALL that matters.

    Goddda wuv me….

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    • Thanks Komata
      Viking,That was a good pick -up on that electioneering clip, showing where other Comrades organize things.

      One of the reasons, prisoner voting rights, in the name of rehabilitation, etc… was pushed through and generally ok by the general public.
      Not just the freedom of choice as made out, but the gangs would have fair idea of how to make sure the votes followed on their terms & control.
      Labour all okay & league with this.

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  5. Teacher and her 3 boy students:
    Teacher: “Why did you laugh?”
    Boy 1: “I saw a strap of your bra.”
    Teacher: “You are punished to stay out of school for one week.”
    Boy 2 laughed…
    Teacher: “Why did you laugh?”
    Boy 2: “I saw your bra straps.”
    Teacher: “You are punished to stay out of school for one month.”
    Teacher bent down to pickup a chalk. Boy 3 started walking out of the class…
    Teacher: “Why are you leaving?”
    Boy 3: “I think my school days are over.”

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  6. Socialists and communists further themselves with complete allegiance to their superiors.
    If two million people in nz said that they weren’t having the jab,where does that leave the government?
    w.h.o or nz voters,who wins?

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  7. I’d be prepared to bet $500.00 that our incompetent poolice will be armed within 12 months, and while they are at it give them full skateboard gear and a crash helmet so when the fucking fools fall over they will be safe and not shoot themselves ,( ask the pitbull a couple of years ago that had 29 rounds fired at him from close range and run off to finish his dog roll )
    Thanks to the stick insect for completly getting rid of gun violence ,LMFAO.

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  8. Yesterday’s rally at Jacinda’s electorate office had a good turnout – I estimate 200 to 250 people. It was organized by Billy Te Kahika with a good range of speakers. Cops were there and quite helpful -traffic was reduced to one lane to accommodate the crowd. Lots of supportive toots from drivers and even from a train.

    The windows of Jacinda’s office were covered with dozens of small stickers mocking the Plandemic, forced vaccination etc – it will be interesting to see how long they stay there. Some people were live streaming the event and lots were doing videos – you might find some online now.

    Best sign of the day – a photo of Hipkins with the words:

    KEEP YOUR PRICK OFF MY CHILD.

    Billy threatened to hold his next rally at Jacinda’s house. If he does, I will be there.

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    • I would say the sizeable protest outside her electorate office should have definitely been reported on to the public by the taxpayer funded MSM, but NO COVERAGE from her compliant ‘PropagandaNZ’. Says it all! How much silence has she bought with $50m of our money to keep us in the dark and feed us bullshit.

      RESIGN ARDERN!

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    • Keep me posted if there is SA.
      I am walking distance to the Ardern house of horrors.

      The one where the 2 foot wall was replaced by a six foot wall !
      But ‘don’t build walls ‘ say lying lefties.
      Her Obummer, Clooney etc are just like their mentors- Che, Fidel, Vladimir (Lenin)
      WE will build the walls but dont you build any.

      Not too keen on Te Kahika. He is an ‘acquired’ taste.
      I only saw the reference here to the rally about 12.20pm yesterday.

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  9. Something to ponder with the howl of a protest…
    How come the govt reject a “by farmers for farmers” approach and think govt know best but a “by maori for maori” is a great idea and will work?

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  10. A socialist political system (with the elites lording it over the workers) must have some affinity with tribalism (with the elites lording it over the commoners).
    They are made for each other!

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  11. Thumb screw time is on the way for those who have over-extended themselves.

    Senior economist warns cost of living will rise, predicts annual inflation of 3 percent
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2021/07/senior-economist-warns-cost-of-living-will-rise-predicts-annual-inflation-of-3-percent.html

    “Data out today is going to confirm what you and I and everyone else around the country knows and that is that it’s becoming much more expensive to live, our food prices, petrol prices, rents, electricity, everything seems to be going up with so much money poured into the economy.

    “We were always expecting those inflationary pressures, I think we just have to be careful because this is going to hit Kiwis in the back pocket.”

    Olsen predicts Consumer Price Index figures released on Friday will show inflation rising 3.1 percent per annum.

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    • QE does that.
      Quantitative Easing.

      After the 2008 GFC three Governments took three different responses.

      -USA took Quantitative Easing – printing money, increase money supply.

      -UK took ‘Austerity’- put a cap on Govt spending no matter the pushback.
      They did it with cops, and especially health- the NHS. They did not do it for defence (Afghanistan etc) or donations to other countries like third world(?) China and India donations. 1.7% of GDP given away as minimum.
      Plus, to the chagrin of the local people, allowed so-called-refugees to flood in after 2015 and spent on them, not their own people, while the UK Govt (with US) were still bombing homes and buildings in Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq, and Syria
      A lesson in how not to do Austerity.

      -New Zealand. Did Borrow (and hope). There were massive borrowings in 2008 to 2012. Over $60 Billion Govt borrowing. Then things picked up after 2013.

      These three methods are there in recent times to study.
      It is not new territory.
      Treasury is supposed to run inflation at 1-3% (unless that has changed, I am not aware)

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  12. Clown car very late in attempting to sort out visas for essential foreign workers

    At least 18,000 visa holders are set to benefit following the Government’s decision to extend the duration of some essential skills visas and streamline the application process amid ongoing border closures.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/thousands-foreign-workers-allowed-stay-in-nz-essential-skills-visas-extended?auto=0

    “We recognise the ongoing labour demand pressures faced by some sectors and we want to make the most of the skills we have in the country so the Government is making it easier for businesses to continue employing their current migrant workers,” Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi said.

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  13. The arrogance of Parker

    Groundswell protest: David Parker says don’t expect backdown from Government commitments
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/groundswell-protest-david-parker-says-don-t-expect-backdown-from-government-commitments.html

    National’s Simon Bridges, appearing alongside Parker on The AM Show, said farmers are right to be angry with the Government.

    “They have had a guts full, regional New Zealand. Whether it is all the regulations – mainly from David – whether it is the fact they can’t get any workers, whether it is the law straw, the EV ute tax,” he said.

    “Over COVID, these are the guys and the girls who have kept the New Zealand economy going… they have got a sense that Labour doesn’t get regional New Zealand. I think they’re right.

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  14. A young Law student, having failed his Law exam, goes up to his crusty old
    professor, who is renowned for his razor-sharp legal mind.
    Student: “Sir, do you really understand everything about this subject?”
    Professor: “Actually, I probably do. Otherwise I wouldn’t be a professor,
    would I?”
    Student: “OK. So I’d like to ask you a question. If you can give me the
    correct answer, I will accept my mark as it is. If you can’t give me the
    correct answer, however, you’ll have to give me an “A”.
    Professor: “Hmmmm, alright. So what’s the question?”
    Student: “What is legal but not logical, logical but not legal, and neither
    logical nor legal?”
    The professor wracks his famous brain, but just can’t crack the answer.
    Finally he gives up and changes the student’s failing mark into an “A” as
    agreed, and the student goes away, very pleased.
    The professor continues to wrack his brain over the question all afternoon,
    but still can’t get the answer. So finally he calls in a group of his
    brightest students and tells them he has a really, really tough question to
    answer: “What is legal but not logical, logical but not legal, and neither
    logical nor legal?”
    To the professor’s surprise (and embarrassment), all the students
    immediately raise their hands.
    “All right” says the professor and asks his favourite student to answer
    “It’s quite easy, sir” says the student “You see, you are 75 years old and
    married to a 30 year old woman, which is legal, but not logical.
    Your wife has a 22 year old lover, which is logical, but not legal. And
    your wife’s lover failed his exam but you’ve just given him an “A”, which is
    neither legal, nor logical.”

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  15. The Arizona audit has not disappointed (thank goodness). Massive fraud. Almost anyone of the irregulatories would give Trump enough to have the state flipped.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/wow-az-audit-finds-74000-ballots-returned-counted-2020-election-no-record-sent/

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2021/07/15/arizona-senate-hearing-on-election-audit-in-maricopa-county-10am-mt-1pm-et-livestream/

    Good summary on a twitter post highlighted on the 2nd link.
    Jovan Pulitzer has said there is a lot more to come.

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  16. Again!

    Shots fired, car torched in Auckland amid gang tensions

    A car has been set alight and shots fired in South Auckland in the early hours of this morning amid tensions between the Rebels and King Cobra gangs.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/shots-fired-car-torched-in-auckland-amid-gang-tensions?auto=0

    Authorities were called to an address along Favona Road following reports of gunfire in the area at 12.37am.

    “Police attended and located a number of items including an empty shotgun cartridge,” Detective Inspector Chris Barry said.

    Shortly after, a car was set alight on Raglan Road in Māngere.

    “Police do not believe these incidents are random and are investigating the possibility they are linked to the recent ongoing tensions between the King Cobras and Rebels gangs.”

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  17. Well hell .
    Who would have guessed this?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9791463/Public-masturbator-ejaculated-young-revellers-Melbourne-music-festivals-revealed.html
    —————
    A Pakistani man who ejaculated on a young woman at a music festival during a spate of public masturbation offences has been unmasked as a high-flying finance specialist earning $120,000 a year.

    Muhammad Khan, 40, pleaded guilty in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday, for three counts of sexual touching and one count of indecent assault.
    The court heard that the serial public masturbator carried out a number of grotesque attacks on women between 2015 to 2019 after migrating to Australia in 2009.
    But despite Khan’s offences, his wife has pledged that she will stick by the father of her two children, both aged under six.
    —————
    Dirty, dirty Muhammad.
    Moves to Australia.. Women are tempting him at every turn. Jezebels.

    What a real wanker.
    The wife has nowhere else to go. Two kids under 6. She will be locked up at home. Of course she will stay with him.

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  18. Annual inflation rises over 3 per cent, biggest hike in a decade
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2021/07/consumer-price-index-rises-over-3-per-cent-biggest-hike-in-a-decade.html

    The cost of living has had the biggest increase in a decade, due to higher costs for construction and petrol.

    The biggest contributors were construction costs – particuarly around new house building – up 7.4 per cent, petrol up 16 per cent, and rent, up 2.9 per cent.

    ~~
    Who or what are you going to blame Robbo? We all know you won’t take any of the responsibility.

    Livestream: Finance Minister Grant Robertson responds to biggest inflation increase in nearly 10 years
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/livestream-finance-minister-grant-robertson-responds-to-biggest-inflation-increase-in-nearly-10-years.html

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  19. Decide for yourself on this. Video in the link.

    “Professor Luc Montagnier, the French virologist and Nobel laureate who discovered the HIV AIDS virus has said. Quote:

    “Everyone who is getting injected with mRNA will die. There is no hope and no possible treatment for those who have already been vaccinated. We must be prepared to cremate the bodies.” 

    After studying at length the ingredients contained in the injections and what they do, Montagnier came to the conclusion that every single person who gets the shot will eventually die from antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE. Professor Monagnier estimates that almost all those who have received the shots will be dead within two years. ”

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-05-25-everyone-vaccinated-will-die-within-two-years.html

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  20. Here’s a graphic illustration of how deep into Ardern’s pocket the media is:

    I’ve just checked Google News and there isn’t even one report on the size or impact of the Groundswell protests today. But there IS a fawning masturbatory fuzz piece by Newscrub reporting ARDERN’S REACTION TO THEM!

    https://news.google.com/articles/CBMifGh0dHBzOi8vd3d3Lm5ld3NodWIuY28ubnovaG9tZS9wb2xpdGljcy8yMDIxLzA3L3ByaW1lLW1pbmlzdGVyLWphY2luZGEtYXJkZXJuLXNwZWFrcy1vdXQtb24tZ3JvdW5kc3dlbGwtZmFybWVyLXByb3Rlc3RzLmh0bWzSAYABaHR0cHM6Ly93d3cubmV3c2h1Yi5jby5uei9ob21lL3BvbGl0aWNzLzIwMjEvMDcvcHJpbWUtbWluaXN0ZXItamFjaW5kYS1hcmRlcm4tc3BlYWtzLW91dC1vbi1ncm91bmRzd2VsbC1mYXJtZXItcHJvdGVzdHMuYW1wLmh0bWw?hl=en-NZ&gl=NZ&ceid=NZ%3Aen

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks out on Groundswell farmer protests

    It comes complete with a video of her bobbing horsey face right at the beginning.

    The former New Zealand. Bought and paid for.

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  21. Inflation is taking off in New Zealand. (But you knew that already.)
    How will your spending habits change if annual inflation of 5-7% sets in?
    Which scenario matches your situation?
    – I have savings and unencumbered rental properties. I will not be affected.
    – I am greatly concerned about my $___,000 in mortgage debt!
    – I will continue to buy $8.50 red wine for as long as I can, and then lift my ceiling (reluctantly) to $9.90
    – I will cut back on discretionary spending a little
    – I will cut back on discretionary spending a lot
    – What is discretionary spending?
    – I will leave NZ and head to Australia
    – I am nearing retirement, so I will sell some of my toys and spend less money
    – I will adopt a minimalist lifestyle
    – I will “downsize” and move into a much smaller dwelling
    – I will be totally screwed if I lose my job.
    – I am already planning new business ventures adapted to the new economic environment.
    – I don’t care. Life is good. The sun always rises.

    Add your own “scenario” and share it with us.

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  22. Redbaiter.

    Great the NZ Farmers have organised a protest for today, but their spokesmen/women seem pretty lame in their media interviews. They need to understand that they won’t get anything from this govt by being nice, and its being nice that has got them where they are. Be good to see a bit more spark. Cyclists got their Auckland bridge lane by breaking through police barricades. The French Farmers don’t fool around. Come on boys, show a bit of fire!

    https://theredbaiter.com/2021/07/16/farmers-protest-come-on-boys-get-real/

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  23. Parker can go fuck himself.

    Groundswell protest: David Parker says don’t expect backdown from Government commitments

    The Groundswell Howl of a Protest event is taking place on Friday in towns and cities across the country. It’s in support of farmers and growers “fed up with increasing Government interference in your life and business, unworkable regulations and unjustified costs”.
    Farmers claim they are being adversely affected by what they say are mounting regulations being imposed by the Government making it difficult for them to get by. They point to the likes of the Government’s electric car rebate scheme, which places a fee on the import of new high-emission vehicles like utes.
    “Forcing things on people that they haven’t been consulted on [is] causing a lot of anxiety and a lot of stress and tensions in the rural sector,” organiser Bryce McKenzie told Newshub this week.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/groundswell-protest-david-parker-says-don-t-expect-backdown-from-government-commitments.html

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    • The gore protest went off!!! I had to stay back onnthe farm but the others cruised in and so did many of my mates, wasnt just utes n tractors but also horses planes and helicopters.
      I went into gore just after 4pm and passed dozens of tractors leaving and the showgrounds still had plenty there.
      The photos and vids i seen there was an epic queue of tractors and utes driving through the streets but most importantly the streets/ footpaths themselves were packed full of townfolk out in force to support the cause!
      Great turnout and goodwork guys but its going to take alot more work to get this cnut govt to bend, time to get serious groundswell need to move to the next level and get produce disruptions in place and maybe fully block main highways etc for extended periods. Parades are not going to get anywhere with these fuckers

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  24. Chaos in Melbourne as furious protestors flood the city just hours before Victoria’s crippling five-day lockdown begins demanding Dan Andrews is SACKED
    Hundreds of protestors have swarmed into Melbourne’s CBD to protest against Victoria’s looming lockdown
    Premier Daniel Andrews on Thursday said Victoria had no choice as the state’s Covid outbreak grew to 18
    Angry residents stormed the city, demanding the premier be sacked and claiming the pandemic was not real.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9791503/Covid-Australia-Anti-lockdown-protestors-storm-Melbourne-eve-Victorias-five-day-lockdown.html

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  25. The Poms are among the most heavily vaccinated people on earth. Yet are in the top 20, per capita, for covid deaths.

    Most of the dead had two vaccines.

    The left wing media are flat out publishing hysterical propaganda trying to explain away this simple fact.

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    • “Most of the dead had two vaccines.”
      Possible conclusions:
      – The vaccines don’t work
      – The vaccines killed them
      – The “dead” were in the high-risk segment who were ready to die at the drop of a hat

      In the meantime, the rainy season in Tokyo is over (2 weeks’ earlier than usual) and the temperatures are going through the roof.
      Also passing through the roof are the numbers of new COVID-19 cases (1,300+ in Tokyo yesterday). The Ro value is significantly greater than 1. Tokyo is in the 5th wave of the disease. And yet, the +65 age group only account for 3% of the new infections, so the locals are protecting their elderly very well (I knew they would).
      The Olympics are kicking off in a little over a week and the virus is running amok!

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  26. It’s raining on the West Coast. //
    Stay safe.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/weather-west-coast-residents-asked-to-evacuate-as-torrential-rain-pounds-region.html
    Weather: West Coast residents asked to evacuate as torrential rain pounds region

    Residents in low-lying areas of Westport should evacuate before nightfall, says West Coast Civil Defence Emergency Management Group (CDEM).

    “If you see rising water do not wait for official warnings,” Civil Defence said in the alert.

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  27. Māori Council’s Matthew Tukaki asks Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi to cancel ‘racist’ YouTuber Lee Williams’ residency
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/m-ori-council-s-matthew-tukaki-asks-immigration-minister-kris-faafoi-to-cancel-racist-youtuber-lee-williams-residency.html

    Williams, a British-born Canterbury man who runs a YouTube channel that publishes far-right content, was let go in June from dairy company Synlait over allegations of white supremacist statements, following a campaign pushing for him to be fired.

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    • Shaw would simply smear at them and call them names.
      He’s an arsewipe from way back.
      Indeed one of his mums wiped his bums and the other his nose. They could never remember which was which and whose turn it was.
      So shitty nose and crap on the brain.

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  28. Me at the Supermarket:

    Why is there plastic on the payment keypad?

    Cashier: to protect people from Covid.

    Me: but isn’t everyone touching the plastic keypad the same way they would the regular keypad?

    Cashier: no words. Confused look.

    Me: Why Don’t you pack the grocery bags anymore?

    Cashier: Because of Covid -19 to reduce the spread of catching or spreading the virus.

    Me: But a shelf packer took it out of a box and put it on the shelf, a few customers might have picked it up and put back deciding they Don’t want it, I put it in my cart then on the conveyor belt, YOU pick it up to scan it… But putting it in a bag after you scan is risky??

    Cashier: no words, confused look

    ***

    Me at the drive through

    Server: (holds a tray out the window with a bag of food for logical friend to grab)

    Me: why is my bag of food on a tray?

    Server: so I don’t touch your food because of Covid.

    Me: didn’t the cook touch my food? Didn’t the person wrapping my food touch it and then touch it again when placing it in my bag? Didn’t you touch the bag and put it on the tray? Didn’t you touch the tray?

    Server: no words. Confused look.

    ================

    Me in society

    Society ; If you cough or sneeze do it in your elbow or sleeve,

    Also society : Don’t shake hands or hug anyone or you will spread the virus.. To greet people do an elbow tap instead.

    Me : Elbow tap ? Isn’t that where you tell people to sneeze or cough? into their elbow? Now you want people to tap each other with that elbow wouldn’t it be safer to sneeze into elbow and shake hands like we did before Covid

    ===============

    Me at a restaurant:

    Hostess: OK, I can seat you at this table right here (4 feet away), but I will need you to wear a mask to the table.

    Me: what happens when I get to the table?

    Hostess: you can take off the mask.

    Me: then it is safe over there?

    Hostess: yes.

    Me: are those fans blowing above the table? Is that the air-conditioning I feel? Is the air circulating in here?

    Hostess: no words. Confused look.

    ==============

    Me in society:

    You are not allowed to stand and drink at the pub you have to sit down. But at the shopping centre you are not allowed to sit down, all the chairs are roped off. Who thinks this shit up?

    Life is hard for logical people right now.

    We are being raised without the ability to process and execute logic I can’t take the credit for this as I copied & pasted it but just thought it sums up the current restrictions so well

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  29. So liabour caught out kieing once more.
    Can they ever tell the truth about anything?

    BENEFIT NUMBERS FALL: REALLY?

    Yesterday, the Minister for Social Development Carmel Sepuloni waxed enthusiastic about the June quarter Benefit Statistics, which showed what she called a “continuing fall in the number of people receiving a Main Benefit”. Well yes, there was a fall between the end of the March quarter and the end of the June quarter but benefit numbers show a pronounced seasonal effect. The real comparison should have been between the end of the June quarter of 2020 and the end of the recent June quarter. And that comparison would have revealed virtually no change in the number of those on a Main Benefit.

    At the end of June 2020, the number of those on a Main Benefit was 352,429; at the end of June 2021, it was 354,744.

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/benefit-numbers-fall-really?postId=cb9dfa52-f85b-4841-b761-77ea20df7dcd

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  30. And so the facts reveal, we were right.

    The Most Terrifying Statistics You’ve Ever Seen About New Zealand

    As a previous essay here has discussed, demography is destiny. The future belongs to those who show up for it. Unfortunately for us, it looks like the future will belong to the stupid. Dan McGlashan, demographer and author of Understanding New Zealand, explains the grim details.

    The terrifying reality revealed within the correlation matrix above is that dumb people are massively outbreeding smart ones.

    There is a very strong positive correlation between having any of the university degrees and having no children – at least 0.69. This means that the best-educated segment of the population and the childless segment of the population overlap to a major extent.

    https://vjmpublishing.nz/?p=27251

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    • …..”The terrifying reality revealed within the correlation matrix above is that dumb people are massively outbreeding smart ones.”…..

      They always have & probably always will. What was different a hundred years ago was that wars & disease would kill off enough of the dumb ones to maintain the status quo.

      But I take issue on one point. Being an overeducated freak is not a reliable indicator of a person’s value to the economy nor society. If it were teachers would be valued & we could get a tradesman to sort out the wiring or the water without waiting for months.

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    • I have been saying this for years.
      You pay the morons to stay at home and breed more morons
      more on still !!

      Also I did a good look into IQ measurement 10 years ago when Harvard put out a good paper about IQ but it determined that ‘the unfortunates’ were pretty dumb.
      My words, not Harvard.
      It was suppressed via the official lines as it was so controversial; which is why I took an interest.
      The interesting part is that the Highest IQs were not White people but Japan, Korea, Hong Kong.

      What disguises things is the IQ is recalibrated regularly to have 100 as the average.
      This disguises upward or downward trends over time.

      The DPB was passed in 1973 with Kirk/Labour as Govt but was prepared under Notional.
      In the same vein that RMA was prepared under Liebour but passed under Notional .

      They both own each of these.

      Smart people work to pay for dumb people to outbreed them.
      Not so smart really.

      Idiocracy…here we come.

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  31. MSM Coverage of the Mass Farmer & Tractor Protests in NZ (One News)

    Kiwi Farmers and Tradies came out in force today across more than 50 locations around New Zealand to protest against a variety of Government policies.

    “I’ve lost mates, I’ve buried so many mates due to suicide over the last year. It’s ruining the industry.” – Arron Stark

    “Who did we vote for? Not Jacinda!”

    “I certainly didn’t vote for this sh*t, a few people did and I feel sorry for those people who did.”

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  32. DEPUTY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION MAKES A QUICK EXIT

    National Party deputy leader and health spokesman Dr Shane Reti was at the Whangarei Howl of Protest today.

    Dr Reti supported the event saying the National Party stands behind 6 of the 7 key positions held by Groundswell, and that his party agreed with the farmers sentiment that “enough is enough.”

    Dr Reti questioned the government’s response to climate change and rather than “killing the golden goose” by culling 13% of the national herd he said they should focus on the emissions trading scheme.

    A local Whangarei legend then took the opportunity to ask Dr Reti about COVID-19 medicines ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.

    Dr Reti replied saying they were not safe and effective nor Medsafe approved and there was no place for ivermectin.

    When pressed about doctors in NZ voicing concerns, Dr Reti quickly took off with the comment “they’ll be in front of the medical council, is where they are.”

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    • Interesting rol.
      When it all the issues come together, basically solved, then people willingly adopt.

      So it seems the virtue signalling governments are putting the cart before the horse.
      The more a government interferes, it is for the feelz good factor of a valueless virtue signal, spun to get a vote. 🙁

      The basis of infra structure is not addresssed.
      First in the one part.

      Then the 2nd part though this video does not touch on that is the readily availability of electricity or NOT.
      Another part of infrastructure, that is too often again debased by “virtue signalling” wind & solar, as being “sustainable”.

      Solving those problems, will see what the price of electricity, and grid distribution, may change some balance points too, and will make also be part of other issues. that will people will weigh up if going ev.

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  33. The Prime Minister’s Spin Doctors are in full swing already tonight.

    Quote: There were a couple of hundred people along the main street watching a seemingly endless stream of vehicles and, like those driving by, they knew why they were there. Or sort of, anyway. Digging for detail on the policy behind the headlines was difficult.

    Quote: In that vacuum, uncertainty. Perhaps fear. Certainly a lack of unity and direction. If it was just the hate speech laws, then hackles might not have risen so much. A relationship can survive with a little misunderstanding.

    Quote: He is frustrated about the hate speech laws (which are not laws yet) and the $2.75 million given “to the Mongrel Mob” (which it hasn’t been). “Because they have an outright majority, it’s like they’re running roughshod over people.”

    They are very desperate to downplay this, aren’t they? The article is by David Fisher. If you’d like to share your thoughts with him, this is his email address: david.fisher@nzherald.co.nz

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