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  1. I See the Bint Gillies on TV3 has gone full Native, she no longer says “morning ” with her greeting, it’s now just “Mooreena ” what a fucking coward, she’s given in to the WOKE pressure, FFUUUCCKK.

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    • Morning Troopers, and Yeah Rev. Worse still, it’s not even a Maori word:

      Etymology: Borrowed from English (good) morning.

      Like “pirihimana” is for “policeman”. So they’re making up maori words from English, and then forcing us to learn them coz they’re “cultural”. FS my head hurts.

      Anyway, Gillies is only on the show for “diversity”. She adds no value. Not like MR who calls it as he sees it. (Correctly most of the time)

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    • Who is this person of whom you speak? Is it someone who cannot speak the Queens English? Goodness surely you are not watching the government paid for TV? Could I please say thank you for watching, to keep those of us who would rather stick pins in our eyes than watch this, for keeping us updated with the Maorification of our land.

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      • I’ve not watched NZ television news (either channel) since 15 March 2019 – and I cancelled my Stuff subscription as a protest against the woke, maorification of many of their so-called ‘opinion’ writers. And I dont miss any of it. I can pick up enough about significant issues in NZ from the evening team on Sky News and from the small selection of quality blogs I follw (I’m here, aren’t I?).
        Believe me, cutting out the childish, politically and racially charged local MSM will not be a loss for you.

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  2. A young Arab boy asks his father “What is that strange hat you are wearing?”
    The father said: “Why, my son, it is a ‘chechia.’In the desert it protects our heads from the intense heat of the sun.”
    “And what is the long flowing robe you are wearing?” asked the boy.
    “Oh, my son!” exclaimed the father “It is very simple. This is a ‘djbellah.’As I have told you, in the desert it is not only very hot, but the sand is always blowing.My djbellah protects the entire body,”
    The son then asked: “But Father, what about those ugly shoes you have on your feet?”
    “These are ‘babouches’ my son,” the father replied.You must understand that although the desert sands are very beautiful, they are also extremely hot.These babouches’ keep us from burning our feet.”
    “So tell me then,” added the boy.
    “Yes, my son…””Why are you living in Birmingham and still wearing all this s**t?

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  3. THE PRIME MINISTER WON’T ANSWER BECAUSE SHE CAN’T

    In recent years, the Ardern Government has gone heavily over-board with the notion that the Treaty of Waitangi created a partnership between Maori New Zealanders and the rest of us. It now appears to be an absolute requirement of those who would make progress under this Government to sign up to this view of our constitution. As an example, all those in the media who seek financial support from the Government’s $55 million media slush fund must formally endorse the idea that the Treaty created a “partnership”.

    Given that I myself can see not the slightest justification for the “Treaty as partnership”, I decided to write to the Prime Minister to ask her to explain her view. On 19 June 2021, I sent her the following email (which appeared on this blog on 21 June):

    https://www.bassettbrashandhide.com/post/the-prime-minister-won-t-answer-because-she-can-t?postId=403099de-82fc-4cc9-bf47-41cb926a41e9

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  4. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2021/07/24/khans-london-stuntman-knifed-death-filming-rap-video-with-lamborghini-ferrari-quad-bikes/

    England swings like a butcher-knife do
    Jihadis on motor-bikes, two by two
    Westminster Abbey the tower of Big Ben
    Far above the blood of the nation’s children.

    Women wearing tents, the immam’s moustache,
    Jihadi rapists frolic in the grass
    Westminster Abbey the tower of Big Ben
    Far above the blood of the nation’s children.

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  5. Fake news: Majority of Kiwis think spreading misinformation should be illegal

    Deliberately spreading fake news should be a crime, according to two out of three New Zealanders surveyed – while three quarters think it should be illegal to create a fake profile online.

    And 60 per cent think there should be a nationwide filter keeping illegal content out of New Zealand, while 66 per cent think resources for fighting cyber crime should be doubled.

    New research from Netsafe found a crackdown on poor online behaviour is backed by a majority of Kiwis, and most of us think the internet is getting more dangerous.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/fake-news-majority-of-kiwis-think-spreading-misinformation-should-be-illegal/WC3Q45YGOB2IXQI6QGNFS4TEOU/

    God has taken out their brains.

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  6. I mentioned the other week about having to prove my identity and place of residence as a requirement of money laundering and anti terrorism provisions for being an executor of my father’s estate.

    Here is an up-date on the situation via what I have written to Westpac.

    Dear Westpac,
    In order to prove to you my current place of residence, so that my late father’s Westpac Bank account can be closed, I supplied to his solicitor, my District Council records showing my place of residence and legal description of the land together with LINZ records showing that I have owner title to it.

    My father’s solicitor has advised me that Westpac has not accepted this as proof of my address. He says a current bank statement will do the trick.

    As Westpac do not send me statements, I would be obliged if you could post me a current statement of one of my several Westpac accounts, showing my address, so that I can post it off to the solicitor, so that he can post it back to you. Yours…

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    • Honestly its out of control Toko, My late daughters home has now been sold, I was asked by her solicitor after supplying all my details previously, and having no claim to the estate at all, (everything is to go to her sons, and I am an executor as they are so young) I was again asked for my IRD number. WTF is that all about? I will gain not one cent from the estate so why would they want to know what my IRD number is again, again, again. These new rules are totally out of control. I am sorry Toko, but they will probably charge you for the mailing of your current statement, then you can let them know it’s actually you. There have been a deficit of an actual brain in those who wrote these laws.

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    • I had enough problems too, getting my mother to be “ratified” with all the legalese before the solicitor was legally able to take instructions from her.

      Even though ‘solictor’ personally knew mother, somehow documentation had to be done.
      Difficult as moved some distance from her retired ‘home’ to a hospital then to a first time in a rest home then what is current address?
      All ‘dwardles’ along at snail’s progress, and takes up so much time + the wait.

      Older people sort of let photo ID lapse, the Drivers licence no longer valid, the days of travel and needing a passport, often long gone.

      Then time for the estate dealings, which took some time, as more documents required, like birth certificates, that was almost caught up in obtaining them in a “Catch 22”.
      During this time I managed to blur the line and got my birth certificate, and I think that helped to get through the wall for mother’s birth certificate.

      Then in estate terms initially had to do the proof of myself as well.
      Then again in other business with the solicitor had to repeat as a period of time had elapsed, sort of so called “border line” as time had gone by, plus having done some business through this century.

      The most stupid thing is that Telecom and the local lines company position my address in different numbers on the road, on other properties, and nor do the local council, as they give me another number, that would not even be usable as it is on some one else’s property.
      To sort that out, the Council wants to charge me money, so NO from me, as every one else had it done for free.
      The power and land line comes to me, so I pay, but will not bother correcting them.
      The “offices” of police have made hassle to me over this too, despite me using other numbers to help locate my “lived in” address, by referring to other numbers, then the directional relationship to those other locales.

      Do not ask about Rural Delivery, as the borders and town connections of that are also illogical, and are misleading to another locality.

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    • When I wanted to raise the limit on my eft pos card already at the ATL limit, ;- or to be more secure, to have another card, now I ‘twig’ why they did not want to do that because of the anti-money-laundering AML laws.
      And why if you your limit works on a 24 hour cycle. before it the card becomes clear to use again.

      Nor did they want to give me cash, but finally conceded, so I could go to Westpac to pay IRD, which Westpac as an agent refuses to accept a cheque.
      Though I did have the bar code chit the accountant had printed out for me.

      The worst part of this, people like lawyers can charge you for the time to get AML approval.

      I think the police are now using this, to make seizures, as it draws into question of just how it was financed into your ownership.
      Seems you are guilty, until you can prove otherwise, as the police have found this is an area for their “Mission Creep”.

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    • That trying to control nature bit which is pretty much the aim of the CCP doesn’t seem to be going so well at the moment. I wouldn’t want to be living down stream from the Three Gorges damn, it’s looking rather shaky.

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  7. If the government loves the excuse for control (in the name of safety) that COVID-19 provides, and the popularity that this control with so many sheep, then this control will be very hard to give up.

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      • Yup. I know this is wrong, but I read the headlines first thing every morning, hoping we’ve had an outbreak. Just so the morons in this country can see the handling of covid for the cluster that it is.

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        • That will be manufactured next week.
          Between 4 and 10 August.
          Just like last August.
          This week the polis are still ‘on holiday’ so wont forfeit their holiday for a lockdown.
          Next week, just like Mid Feb 2021 when they came back for 1 day.

          ardern is chomping at her horsey bit to have a lockdown since all her funky totalitarian mates across the ditch have done so .
          Got to join that pardy !!

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      • ‘even their most moronic supporters will not forgive.’

        that would have to be a hell of a fkup
        because the ‘moronic supporters’ of the last 18 months have demonstrated how utterly dumb they really are.
        Near 50% vote in the Oct 2020 election (even if partially manipulated) shows there is a massive volume of morons on these islands.

        I am not optimistic that morons can see their way clear to do sensible things .
        Add in that the number of net tax payers* is very, very small
        and
        that most people (the majority, by far) are too lazy to do any research of facts and are soft consumers of the fake gnews that is the standard output of NZ media filth ( and the Internal MSM scum)

        *net tax payers:- ie.. the people who pay for it all; and are by and large law abiding and have built assets so have the most to lose if they dissent.

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  8. Carpet giant Godfrey Hirst threatening legal action over Bremworth’s promotion of wool against synthetic fibres
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/carpet-giant-godfrey-hirst-threatening-legal-action-over-bremworth-s-promotion-of-wool-against-synthetic-fibres.html

    Kiwi carpet company Bremworth is fighting back against a global flooring manufacturer who is threatening legal action over the way it’s promoting its product.

    “In a nutshell, it’s essentially that we’re demonising synthetic plastic carpet fibres and obviously promoting the virtues of our beautifully homegrown wool,” says Rochelle Flint, general manager of marketing and international operations at Bremworth.

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    • Go natural fibre any day, its a natural by product of feeding the world its not like farmers rear sheep just to make carpet infact at the moment most farmers lose money shearing as wool price barely covers the shearing costs.

      If the worlds reliance on oil declines then will that make plastics more expensive or will there be a massive glut so its use will be even more prevalent and cheaper?

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    • Oil bad.
      But synthetic carpets are made from what ?

      Another non delivery.
      Lying Winston ‘poison dwarf ‘ Peters ‘promised’ (I know, right) to purchase wool carpet for all Govt buildings.

      Yeah Right!

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  9. New Zealand likely to have ‘record high imports’ of coal in 2021 – officials
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/new-zealand-likely-to-have-record-high-imports-of-coal-in-2021-officials.html

    Lower than normal rainfall in recent years has hampered hydropower generation, which is by far the country’s largest source of renewable electricity. In 2019 hydro contributed 58 percent of the country’s total electricity supply, and the first quarter of this year was down to 52.5 percent.

    ACT Party MP Simon Court said the gas shortage was the result of the government banning offshore gas exploration in 2018. The government rejects this.

    “There’s been a great reluctance to bring any of that gear, because the people that own the gas fields, and who might want to develop new ones, don’t see a future for gas – that’s because the government’s told them there’s no future for gas,” Court said.

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    • Love how they persist with the stupid onslow pumped hydro crap…. low hydro lake levels so lets ramp up generation to pump water from them to onslow then use that energy to inefficiently compensate for the storage we just wasted!

      And once again its at the wrong end of the country, to get the power to where its needed they still need massive lines upgrades. Build new hydro storage in north island, bring back laws like they did to get the clyde dam past the greeny hurdle and get it done yesterday, fuck taniwhas fuck the greens and fuck the nimbys just build build build.

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      • Given that 25 cycles is the maximum that UK researchers found to correlate to a pre-symptomatic viral loading (therefore potentially infectious) and ability to grow virus in-lab, the 40+ cycles (the standard worldwide) is bound to be outrageously inaccurate.

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      • Probably in excess of 99% of them testing ‘positive’ were asymptomatic.

        Seriously, I’m not just using a figure for the purpose of exaggeration or to make a point . I honestly think you’d be struggling to find one in a hundred people with symptoms testing ‘positive’ in this ridiculous charade.

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    • Possibly a number of the asymptomatic probably had a light flue? a bad cold? so covid was not ranging around at all.

      Well the flue seemed to be not reported, but was it would seem reinterpreted as Covid?

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      • A flue is where the hot air goes up.

        There are lots around politicians and gnewsreaders

        did you mean Flu?
        For a reliable source (!!) we will go to the CDC:-
        https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/keyfacts.htm
        “Flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and sometimes the lungs.
        It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death.
        The best way to prevent flu is by getting a flu vaccine each year.”
        ———————
        Notwithstanding that the effectiveness of of Flu shots (vaccine) is about 20% to 60% .
        Just over a pass mark, C to C+, not enough for a B pass at its very best.

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    • This little snippet of news is getting around. A few points have been raised.
      1. Soros and Gates just bought out a UK based company that has developed another testing procedure, which is supposedly quicker and more accurate. Co-incidence !!!

      2. One of the key points in Dr Fruellich and his colleagues class action lawsuits which are coming centre on the unreliability of the PCR “test”.

      3. The USA midterms are 12 months away –Biden desperately needs a positive talking point.

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  10. A psychiatrist was conducting a group therapy session with three young mothers and their small children.
    “You all have obsessions,” he observed.
    To the first mother, he said, “You are obsessed with eating.
    You’ve even named your daughter Candy.”
    He turned to the second mom. “Your obsession is money.
    Again, it manifests itself in your child’s name, Penny.”
    At this point, the third mother got up, took her little boy by the hand and whispered, “Come on, Dick, let’s go.”

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  11. A friend sent me this very apt poem –
    Dear Aunty Jacinda,
    A moment if I may,
    A response I think is needed,
    To the protest the other day.

    Farmers are generally too busy,
    To rally and cause a stink,
    But their overwhelming response,
    Must have made you stop and think.
    You see, thinking has been lacking,
    in your policies I suggest.
    Possibly economic incompetence,
    and bureaucratic bullshit at its best.
    Your policies are from fairyland,
    Hindering what the farmers they produce.
    I struggle with the economic logic,
    Of screwing the Golden Goose.

    You see New Zealand has been founded,
    On the farmers and the land.
    Farming and economic strength,
    Symbiotically go hand in hand.
    The reason isn’t rocket science.
    Be it vege, milk or meat.
    Irrespective of the daily grind,
    All the people they must eat.

    As we saw in Covid,
    Panic buying to the fore,
    Wonder what you’ll eat next time,
    When farmers can’t be farmers anymore.
    Choked by impractical bureaucracy,
    They all have had enough.
    Supermarkets full of humble pie,
    Hmmm…the menu could be rough.

    A majority of farmers,
    Are a cut above the rest.
    They understand the logic,
    Of not shitting in one’s nest.
    The bar is constantly rising,
    By peering over the fence.
    Labour, I suggest, should peer as well,
    And view some common sense.
    Labour in a literal sense,
    Used to mean grafting in a role.
    Labour in a current sense,
    Means top pay on the dole.
    Screwing the diligent workforce,
    The productive and the hearty.
    Sending the country down the gurgler,
    Thanks to Jacinda’s “Labourless” party.

    The protest by diligent farmers,
    For the country shouldn’t shock,
    They nurture and protect the land,
    Infinitely better than Labour does with DoC.

    Instead of crippling progressive farmers,
    and dictating them with force,
    I suggest leading the charge by example,
    And controlling DoC’s broom and gorse.

    So cheers to Laurie Paterson,
    And Bryce McKenzie in the South.
    You did what needed doing,
    Giving the cause the focus and the mouth.
    The Golden Goose is farming,
    And common sense there needs to be,
    Otherwise the goose and country’s completely plucked,
    But spelled with an “F” and not a “P”.

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    • That’s a great piece of writing. Thanks for posting it!

      Now what progress have the farmers and tradies made and what’s their next move going to be? Is the Marxist regime going to just ignore them and if so, will they take it to another level?

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      • Cindy was asked about the farmers not being happy with her pardy’s policies and has already “refuded that”. She and her paid media are ignoring the tradies and farmers ‘Howl of a Protest’ held last Friday.

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    • That poem was posted yesterday by Ed and attributed to Graeme Williams.

      Graeme is a retired East Coast farmer with a great wit,,,he went to school with labour MP Parekura Horomia and during Horomia’s term as a Cabinet member, Graeme poked a bit of good humoured fun at the man. I related to one some time back….

      Parekura said in his maiden speech to Parliament that as a kid on the East Coast he had to walk to school because Maori were not allowed on the school bus…Graeme went public saying, “c’mon Pare, you and I used to sit together on the back of that bus”.

      At a local Federated Farmer’s meeting around this time, the guest speaker was to be the Labour Minister of Agriculture. Before he was about to take the stage, there was an announcement that the Minister could not make it and that he had sent Parekura as his replacement. The announcement went down like the proverbial cup of what ever, and when Parekura made it to the podium, it was none other than Grame Williams, puffed up with pillows and face blackened. Graeme then went on to parody Parekura in a very entertaining performance.

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  12. Have recently seen how the nearby river has had a google map name change, from one maori name to another maori name. So it is sort of official.

    Mentioned it to a maori family, and they do not recognize it.
    They mentioned how another maori family use that name on a branch of that river, but is known officially under another maori name.

    It is all becoming how maori lore can be used, and who has the power & contacts in “iwi & hapu” to stamp their power.
    The “iwi” will rule. 🙁 and round 2 of the fight is starting to smoulder to which iwi is right. 🙁

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  13. Bloody good idea I’d have thought. Kid out of control and cops not allowed to restrain at all? Seems like they’re stuck between a rock and a hard place preventing a child hurting themselves. It seems it could all be resolved by Cindy providing the mental health services she and the clown car promised the nation.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/nz-police-strapping-youth-in-restraint-chairs-despite-united-nations-report-condemning-practice.html
    Police are strapping teenagers as young as 13 into restraint chairs despite a United Nations funded report criticising their use just four years ago.

    “There is not enough crisis mental health services for young people. It shouldn’t fall on the police to be using outdated, old fashioned, almost draconian restraint chairs. We must do better.”

    In adult cases, Doherty said the chairs were generally used on people having a mental health crisis and displaying extreme violent behaviour, often times to themselves.

    Police were also more often becoming the first responders to callouts involving a mental health crisis, he said.

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    • Just deliver the kid to Ardern’s address.
      Arderns specialty is ‘kids’ ‘mental illness’ ‘poverty’

      Tell them that they could have nice cup of tea with mallow puffs, and Clarke Gayford will take them for a nice fishing trip, as they are such “kind” people & will help your “well-being”

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  14. Quote (not mine).

    “Solving social problems is like curing a disease. It’s the fight that is profitable; not the victory.”
    (So you extend the (taxpayer-funded) “fight” as long as possible.)

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    • Jacinda Ardern says she doesn’t need to trust Harry Tam for Mongrel Mob meth rehab scheme to produce results.

      Tam said Ardern does trust him.

      Cindy replied “I don’t need to trust that individual person – I need to look at the results that were produced in 2020 and I place my weight on the local police who supported the programme,” she told host Ryan Bridge.

      It’s been reported that local police don’t support the funding of the MM.

      More porkies. 🤥🤥🤥

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      • Ryan needed to force her to say she either trusted Harry Tam or didn’t. Either way he’d have got her. But he let her wriggle out. He should have said “well if you won’t confirm that you trust him, then we can assume that you don’t, in which case why the $2.75M”?

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        • I just watched the clip, I don’t think I’ve ever heard so many words used to convey so little. I’m surprised she didn’t have her fingers in her ears so she wouldn’t have to hear Ryan trying to get her back on track. Her strategy would appear to be waffle continuously and never answer a question, no wonder she avoids Hosking. A fantastic example of empty vessels make the most noise.

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  15. The Taliban are quickly seizing control of their traditional tribal regions.

    They are bravely battling feminism and Western decadence.

    Islam is right about women.

    What is the quantum of lashes for an adulterous PM who appears in public without a hijab?

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  16. For the love of “kindness” //.

    (Here you go Kea, a ready made family for you. 😅 She will make someone a dutiful wife)

    Government accepts Turkish request to deport alleged terrorist Suhayra Aden and her children to New Zealand
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/07/government-accepts-turkish-request-to-deport-alleged-terrorist-suhayra-aden-and-her-children-to-new-zealand.html

    The three have been in immigration detention in Turkey since crossing the border from Syria earlier this year, and Turkey has requested that New Zealand repatriate the family.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirmed on Monday that Cabinet has agreed to the managed return of the woman and her two children from Turkey.

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  17. “… who says New Zealand is raising ignorant Pākehā.”

    Words are merely symbols for underlying concepts.
    The term pakeha (woke spelling: Pākehā) expresses the concept of “outsider” or “foreigner”. It is similar in effect to the Japanese term “gaijin” (外人) (Literal meaning: “foreigner”).

    To call someone a Pākehā implies that they are not of this place, and it is natural (even expected) for them to eventually leave.

    “Pākehā” is not a term of endearment.

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  18. Silly thought.

    Will we ever reach a state of “Peak Oppression”? (After all, “oppression” is such a popular topic in the media. They keep mining and mining it for material. Could we ever run out of it?)

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    • New Zealanders of today are not the New Zealanders of the past.

      To many of the immigrants from Asia and India, such a scene would be considered luxury!
      (Who wants a large section that has to be mown and looked after. Lock it up and leave (for your extended trips back to the motherland). What could be more convenient than high-rise living!

      // (kind of)

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        • I understand that the birthrate in NZ is now below the natural replacement level. One solution is to bring in people from overseas.
          Have New Zealanders ever made an effort to tell the government which culture they want to be replaced by?

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            • From a Japanese perspective, it seems strange that the people of a nation should not be active in deciding what ethnicity they want to maintain (or become) over time.

              New Zealanders take so much time deciding on curtains or what car to buy, but what about the really important stuff like what they want their country to become… (I find this lack of national identity really strange at times.)

              Oh well, not all countries are ethno-states like Korea, China* or Japan.
              (* We’ll conveniently forget about the millions of non-Han Chinese.)

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  19. Well well. Ardern has allowed a member of Isis to enter NZ to live here and bring up a family.

    No doubt the father will follow shortly.

    Is this part of her plan to increase the work force.

    Don’t forget Labour was elected virtually unopposed so they are free to do as they please, no matter how unpleasant and illegal it is.

    You have been warned.

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    • The father was an isis fighter that got killed.

      I think she should be sent back to syria and lie in the bed she made, i dont think she herself will be a threat, we let soldiers return to nz after raping and killing innocent civilians yet as far as we know this woman is only guilty of marrying an isis fighter and having kids to him.

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      • She had sympathy for lSlS and ‘their lifestyle’ to run away to Syria and marry an lSlS fighter. Then instead of asking for help from Aussie to go home she married a 2nd lSlS fighter who also died. Sounds committed to the cause. The kids complicate the whole sorry mess.

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        • WG she just bet on the losing side.

          Look at those that blindly follow our useless PM, its the same propaganda lies and bullshit that woman fell for. She truely believed in the cause but as i said above i rekon turkey should just send her back to syria to lie in the bed she made. Play stupid games etc

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  20. Re Salacious Crumb’s 8.25am post concerning the CDC Announcing the withdrawal of Rapid Response COVID Test…Sundance at The Conservative Tree House has a good take on it…

    “This looks like a back-door admission that many of the COVID positive results were actually, perhaps intentionally & purposefully, Flu cases diagnosed as COVID. If so, this would explain why the number of cases of influenza disappeared over the last 18 months…..…And, if so, this would seem to indicate an intentionally inflated outcome from prior COVID-19 testing.
    Common sense – If the original RT-PCR diagnostic was accurate in the detection of COVID-19 alone, then why would they abandon the rapid response test? Why the need to shift to a different, newer and CDC approved, rapid response test?…. if not to shift away from a previous test that created false positives?

    Another way of looking at it is that politically the CDC wanted to create the illusion of more COVID spread than existed (Trump administration), and the current regime (Biden administration) needs to show progress in diminished cases of COVID in order to support Joe Biden and the needs of Democrats for the 2022 mid-terms. As a result they now switch to a rapid-response test that will only diagnose COVID cases.

    This is certainly a suspicious development…. which, no doubt, they will have a plan to justify.

    Are we all being manipulated by political science?”

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2021/07/25/with-narrative-established-cdc-announces-w

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  21. Minor cock-up. Could’ve happened to anyone:

    “People hoping to be vaccinated have been left confused by the Ministry of Health’s national BookMyVaccine system, after it told them there were no vaccination centres in their cities – including Auckland.

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  22. Redbaiter

    Jacinda Ardern claimed the He Puapua report was only a discussion document. However the Three Waters reforms incorporate the objectives of He Puapua and the planning of the reforms started well before the 2020 election. This means Ardern knew that He Puapua would be driving govt policy, but deliberately hid this important issue from voters. Grounds for a fresh election IMHO.

    https://theredbaiter.com/2021/07/26/water-reforms-modeled-on-he-puapua-plan-nz-needs-a-fresh-election/

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  23. Tunisia’s President suspends parliament after an emergency meeting with armed forces and security services, announces he is assuming executive power following violent unrest.

    https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1419402418232643591

    Tunisia deploys troops in the capital, shuts down borders and airports. Reports of Muslim Brotherhood-inspired Ennahda movement headquarters stormed in several cities.

    https://twitter.com/DiscloseTV

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  24. “Boston-based Form Energy has been diligently working on an iron-air battery since 2017, but details of its research have been sparse … until now. This week, the company said its first commercial product is a “rechargeable iron-air battery capable of delivering electricity for 100 hours at system costs competitive with conventional power plants and at less than 1/10th the cost of lithium-ion. This battery can be used continuously over a multi-day period and will enable a reliable, secure, and fully renewable electric grid year-round.”
    https://cleantechnica.com/…/form-energy-reveals-iron…/

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  25. Tūhoe honey on world stage: Ruatāhuna rewarewa named best-tasting in the world
    Honey produced in Ruatāhuna in the middle of Te Urewera forest has been named the tastiest in the world.

    Manawa Honey’s rewarewa honey took out the grand prize in this year’s Black Jar International Competition held in the US – a big feat that saw the small but mighty producer up against entries from around the world.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/tuhoe-honey-on-world-stage-ruatahuna-rewarewa-named-best-tasting-in-the-world/4CMO4I3UBEIZIWME3NQSFGTGXE/

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  26. A ‘RECORD’ LOW IN ABSOLUTE TERMS
    Banks charged mortgage borrowers $2.362 bln in interest in the June quarter, according to updated RBNZ data (C35). That is interesting because that is the lowest amount in any quarter since the RBNZ started publishing this data in September 2014. And that is -24% less than the peak in this data at December 2017 – and this is despite the June mortgage balances being +29% higher than December 2017 (C5). For the full year to June, the total interest banks billed their home loan clients was $9.9 bln, also the lowest for any twelve month period since Q3-2014. And there’s more; borrowers paid off the most ever in scheduled repayments in the June 2021 quarter, and the most ever in ‘payoff in full” transactions.

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  27. How a Tiny Communist Party Took Over the Politics of a Whole American State

    Trevor Loudon outlines the influence that the pro-Beijing Communist Party USA has in Connecticut. Almost every prominent politician in the state has a working relationship with the Communist Party USA—yet Connecticut voters have virtually no knowledge of these relationships.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/how-a-tiny-communist-party-took-over-the-politics-of-a-whole-american-state_3889263.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-07-25-3&est=SSG%2BZqtc853c5bWFkO27EthXzZ5l6EHaRh%2FQ2vOQG5029NbzAVs2jCNa1WJieQw%3D

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  28. Analysis of Ballot Images Shows ‘Massive Errors,’ Says Georgia Election Integrity Group

    Over in New Jersey, new data from the CDC shows that 49 people who were fully vaccinated have died from the virus. Also, on the CDC’s official website, the number of people who experienced adverse reactions to the vaccine doubled in just a single day. However, the CDC came out and said that it was just a mistake.

    Over in Georgia, an election integrity group just released an analysis of ballot images from Fulton County, and according to them, it shows that the election was riddled with “massive errors” and “provable fraud.”

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/analysis-of-ballot-images-shows-massive-errors-says-georgia-election-integrity-group-facts-matter_3916963.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-07-25-1&est=KcOXH%2B6LZpPyIHKoheh9SABWjsJRDkGFSw8yO205yN%2FCM9amQarCggxau9mOWSI%3D

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  29. So where are all the feminists now then?
    All those Democrat women who care about their sisters?

    Jaco Booyens: Trafficking Epidemic Fueled by Lockdowns, Police Cuts, and a Porous Border

    Sex trafficking has spiked during the pandemic, as kids and teens in lockdown spend much of their waking hours on social media where traffickers and pimps can easily reach them, says anti-trafficking activist Jaco Booyens.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/jaco-booyens-trafficking-epidemic-fueled-by-lockdowns-police-cuts-and-a-porous-border_3916868.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-07-25-2&est=qE9%2BgzY43b2kxNLWNhq1st0WH9xpHikkz3Ry3KdxWkTlIcrutiqdnYmzMzj7zTM%3D

    Near the U.S.-Mexico border, traffickers are exploiting U.S. border policies and children are being “sold like cattle,” Booyens says.

    Police funding cuts have compounded the crisis. Departments targeting trafficking tend to be small and highly specialized—and they’ve been the first to go in the defund the police movement, Booyens

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  30. I was wondering how they were going spin transhumanism.
    Don’t be fooled, this technology is already here….they just needed a way to get it into you…..it’s called a vaccine.

    The next data storage breakthrough? DNA

    Microsoft is digging into the building blocks of life to find a way to encode and store humanity’s digital future, with the vendor flagging a recent demonstration of what it claims is the first fully automated system to store and retrieve data in manufactured DNA.
    DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), which codes genetic information, has long been touted as a potential contender for the future of data storage.

    And although it is not practical yet due to the current state of DNA synthesis and sequencing, these technologies are improving quite rapidly with advances in the biotech industry, according to Microsoft.

    https://www.reseller.co.nz/article/689981/next-data-storage-breakthrough-dna/?fpid=1

    Jan 24 2013
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/8218614/DNA-a-data-storage-solution

    https://t.me/indigo_kinder/14234

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  31. Call everyone a racist and it diminishes the effect. 😏

    Owner of Hamilton takeaway shop Refuel Jo admits ‘I am a racist’ after refusing to hire Indians
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/07/owner-of-hamilton-takeaway-shop-refuel-jo-admits-i-am-a-racist-after-refusing-to-hire-indians.html

    Girish Kuruvilla owns Refuel Jo, a late-night burger joint that prides itself on being open until 4am for “food and party”.

    But he won’t employ Indians there – despite being of Indian ethnicity himself – because it’s “a New Zealand shop” and he wants to give job opportunities to Kiwis.

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