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  1. Rise and shine all you wonderful thinking people. Reading the daily fail this morning I see that the UK Vegan society had a racist in their. midst and had to get a Judge to complete a review, but what the person wrote wasn’t actually racist, ill-advised etc maybe but not racist. W T F?????????
    Evidently now Dogs can smell peoples bias, so if you have a bias watch out your dog could let it out and you could have a term inside the big house. What has this world come to now?
    I see the ptpm has apologised to the Pacific people for the raids that took place what….. 50 years ago?? And as a consequence has now gifted the the Pacifica people or students of Pacifica people, a special scholarship . Thats not Racist by the ppm’s thinking …..if you were so silly as to be thinking that.
    Have a great day each and everyone of you.

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  2. Someone in the emaciated creatures press office is going to be in trouble this morning, they forgot to remind the stick insect to wear her hijab, Oh wait, that was another prime ministerial self promotional video to be recorded from six different angles by six different taxpayer financed public relations teams wasn’t it ?? FFUUUCCKK.

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  3. It was sad to read of farmer Andrew McLeod selling his farm in part due to the heave load of new compliance costs. In particular the statement he “didn’t feel proud to be farmers anymore”.

    The destruction of people’s self esteem is possibly the worst thing the vile leader is doing. She is totally blind to the damage of her student Marxist obsession.

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  4. Morning Troopers.

    Paywalled on Granny, but you get the gist: Rent crisis: People stuck in motels as investors sell out of fear and the rental pool shrinks

    How can these muppets not foresee the consequences of their brain farts, when everyone else can? Labour are creating ghettos. Interest non-deductibility was the last straw for me, and I unloaded two of mine.

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    • Yep that hasn’t even got going yet.
      Plenty haven’t worked out how the lack of interest expense is going to cost them. BNZ think they have it figured,(which they haven’t) and its not even in law yet,
      The despicable bastards that call themselves a govt. haven’t got a fucking clue. The mad marxist makes stupid rules backed up by that nasty sneaky prick Parker.
      You thought Cullen was a piece of shit well Parker is even more dangerous and evil and his mate Shaw fires the bullets.
      Robbo is just a lazy fat prick and Little Andrew is about as dumb as he has even been.

      What did kiwi’s do to deserve these arsewip[\es?

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    • Saggy, my neighbor owns “Many” rental houses and flats in Auckland and tells me he has no intention of renting the 12 mainly flats that are vacant at this time because government regulations are making it to difficult.
      He reckons his property’s are rising in value so quickly he’s happy to just keep the lawns etc tidy and “FUCK YOU CINDY AND ROBBO” is his answer .

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  5. Human Rights Commission launches national inquiry into housing crisis

    The Human Rights Commission has launched a national inquiry into the housing crisis and says successive governments have failed to give New Zealanders decent homes.

    It has created the initial guidelines to clarify what the right to a decent home means in Aotearoa ahead of the inquiry later in the year.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/news/human-rights-commission-launches-national-inquiry-into-housing-crisis/XD7AZGEPFKXRPQD3O6XUHNBMJM/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR0vmEZp3zZvIgGOEDcTlv5s3H5xVHdnfgaGjmjVFsxZNR2IFeEeqEl0PfM#Echobox=1627844323-1

    Where were these useless taxpayers tampons 14 years ago when there were thousands of empty houses?

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    • Really 40,000 ???

      It will be a circular argument that made the 40,000 arise, then used to alarm people, that it is greedy house owner land lord types.
      Perhaps the dud Census, statistics & statistics is where the numbers were figured.

      Then the pressure can upped on supposed empty houses, and property owners, to bring in new laws under “emergency concepts”.
      Another form, is if it is talked about to be so true, then it is only right to make new “emergency laws” for “well-being & kindness” as a bit of cruelness is ok to impose on property owners.
      Just look at the desperation of the homeless, numbers built up, put into motels, to be later unleashed, having new rights, under “emergency housing rights law”.

      All this supported by ‘guitar strummers’ authorities.

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  6. The Government Paces a urgent order for 3 million syringes and insists it has enough, and we have Tova O’Brien from Newshub sensationalizing the Latest Newshub Poll to fit her narrative.
    The Government has requested a quote for 6 million syringes for Covd-19 vaccine with the requirement they arrive by the end of the month.
    The Ministry said it had already ordered enough syringes for the entire vaccine rollout, but confirmed that the particular combination of needle and syringe meant Justice doses extracted from each vial of vaccine , when the Ministry’s guidelines say that vaccinators should expect to get six doses from each vial.
    Does this show a Government in control
    when you get to the largest group number of people that have to be vaccinated a d you find out that your not getting the number of vaccines that your supposed to out of a vial after you already have used the vaccine on 20% of the population.
    Again it appears that Jacinda Ardern with her Health Ministry have fucked up and been found wanting again, with the Ministry opeingthe process for quotes last Thursday and has set a deadline for August 11th, meaning whoever’s successful will have just weeks to deliver millions of syringes.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-ministry-of-health-places-urgent-order-for-3-million-syringes-but-insists-it-has-enough/F4WTYA6A5LST5HXCBU7DGEQ6GU/
    The media in this Country will come at anything to distract the voter in this Country from the incompetence of this Government with polls to suit their and the Journalists narritive.

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  7. QUOTE: “The present government has made a promising start on housing, but it remains to be seen if it will do better than its predecessors and address New Zealand’s housing and human rights emergency.NZ Herald, 2021

    This is the same government that increased the emergency waiting list from 4700 to 23,700 in just 4 years? The same government that failed to deliver on Kiwibuild, leveraging just an additional 900 odd houses, many of them consented and planned by National? The same government that has bumped up market prices by bidding against first home buyers and have destroyed the rental market with their controls?

    Yeah, I have a feeling this isn’t an objective publication but a propaganda piece.

    QUOTE: guidelines are built on values such as fairness and manaakitanga, the United Nations housing principles and Te Tiriti o Waitangi

    Well, there’s your problem. Get rid of all that shit, get rid of the RMA, get rid of council regulations and the single largest contributor to house prices (cost of land-use) disappears. That alone contributed nearly 50% to the average house price in Auckland.

    Your word salad though does nothing for New Zealand, except giving Hunt a reason to jerk off to himself in a dark corner every night.

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    • Be very wary, of what they are building up in numbers, then relying on that frustration.

      QUOTE: guidelines are built on values such as fairness and manaakitanga, the United Nations housing principles and Te Tiriti o Waitangi

      The “Human Rights Commission” is looking to grant more rights, via”ultra vires” looking to create precedents, whilst taking away property rights.

      Conquerors rights? and comes with authoritarian supporters strumming guitars.

      Possession is 9 tenths of law, and these human right people will know how to twist & use it, just as Lenin did for his revolutionary overturn, and to ultimate control.

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      • Exactly.

        The only rights that are human rights are negative rights. E.g. the right to not have your property taken by force, the right to not have your speech curtailed, etc.

        The rest (positive rights) are needs, as they require action from other people or taking things from other people to provide them to you. Those are not rights. E.g. the right to a home. You don’t have that as a right. You have that as a need.

        And they can be fucked if I am having to supply their needs.

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  8. An undercover cop called at my farm…
    “I need to inspect your farm for illegally grown drugs”, he said.
    “By all means officer, just don’t go in that field over there”, I replied.
    The cop exploded, saying “Do you know who the fuck I am?! I have the authority of the government with me!”, he shouted before pulling a badge out of his back pocket, “Do you see this fucking badge?! This badge means I can do what I want and I’ll go wherever the fuck I want, have I made myself clear?!”
    I nodded politely, apologised, and went about my chores. A short while later, I hear loud screams, looked up and saw the cop running for his life being chased by my angry bull. With each step, the bull was gaining ground and he seemed sure to be gored before he reached safety. The officer looked terrified and continued to run for his life.
    I threw down my tools, immediately ran to the edge of the fence and shouted at the top of my lungs,
    “Your badge, show him your fucking badge!”

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  9. I see Cindy is getting grief for making her utterly pointless dawn raid apology on a Sunday when all the Islanders are in church getting forgiven for how much they drank during the week. Does anyone in this government ever think before they do something? All that stage managed bullshit looks very shallow if you don’t get the basics right.

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  10. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/08/newshub-reid-research-poll-act-leader-david-seymour-is-proving-himself-political-commentator.html
    David Seymour is proving himself as a competent politician as his ACT Party capitalises on Labour’s downfall in the latest Newshub-Reid Research Poll, a political commentator says.

    “In something like a pandemic, a lot of those voters and a lot of voters that swung to Labour want a safe pair of hands and David Seymour looked like he’s fairly competent and got things together,” she told Newshub.

    Meanwhile, Jacinda Ardern’s popularity stakes dived by nearly 10 percent in the latest poll while National leader Judith Collins fell below Seymour as preferred Prime Minister.

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    • Anyone putting their faith in Seymour should remember his enthusiasm for vaccine passports. He is fully on board with the covid scam – he has hosted public meetings where doctors with important sounding titles trotted out the “safe and effective” bullshit about the genocide jabs. Support him at your own risk.

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      • It’s entirely possible to disagree with a party about one issue and agree with the 14,388 other things they do well.

        And as I’ve said before:

        * the passport is as optional as the jab (if you don’t want to travel to a country that requires one you won’t need one),
        * it is in-line with current documentation vaccination requirements for travel such as for yellow fever,
        * I’d much, much rather trust ACT with that than Labour or National and
        * you’re not going to get much pushback against the rest of the world where this will be a requirement for travel (unless you want to remain locked up in NZ with the praying mantis forever?)

        The one advantage that you have in David Seymour is he is willing to listen to reason. He’s hosted several online sessions with a variety of people to try and not only better understand what is going on, but also to share that with a wider audience so other people can make a more informed decision.

        The one caveat is he doesn’t suffer fools. So if your (general, not specifically you) “reason” is derived from a conspiracy theory website I strongly suspect he’ll dismiss what you have to say.

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        • Pascal what affiliation do you have with the act party?
          You jump to the defence and sing a song sheet similar to what tova does with cindy.

          I find it quite ironic the “party of freedom” has the most restrictive and authoritarian policy of all nz parties… not just covid either but gangs and beneficiaries, while i do agree with it in part govt over reach is still over reach no matter who the target is.

          Davids “freedom” is the same as cindys “open and transparent” its just marketing BS and they implement the exact opposite.

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          • I’m quite open about my affiliation – I’m a member and a volunteer. I consider myself a classical libertarian, but I temper that with a desire to not fund other people’s choices. You can judge my commentary in that context.

            There is often a lot of misunderstanding of what ACT does and represents and I find often things are taken out of context. If you see that as being a “Tova-like defender”, that’s your choice. (Although I will add a hearty fuck you for the smear) The alternative of course would be to ignore misrepresentation? Or not provide more information and reasoning around ideas? Or to avoid discussion and simply accept whatever other people post?

            That’s not very rational, but okay.

            Take for example your comment on Gangs and Beneficiaries. If you look *only* at the desire to tie a portion of the main benefit to controlled spending you can make the argument that it is “government over reach”.

            If you look at tax payers being on the rope for lifestyle funding, children growing up in intergenerational welfare dependent houses and you take into account all the levels of welfare a person has to fall through before they get a PORTION of their benefit controlled, if you look at the investment in lifelong education, etc. then you see the overall aim is to free people from the burden of not only paying excessive tax but also to break intergenerational welfare and replace it with a productive society.

            In that context, do I mind that a portion of welfare for gang members or people using children to gain more and more benefits is dedicated to living expenses rather than full freedom of choice? No. If you want to have full freedom of choice – fund your own lifestyle. But if you want me to pay for you, then I am going to ask that the money I’m giving is not pissed away.

            As to a “restrictive authoritarian Covid-19 policy”. I’d argue that Labour’s non-communicated, permanent lockdown of New Zealand with all the associated controls of both media, the population and the police are far, far more authoritarian. And the almost hyperbolic assertion that ACT is more authoritarian doesn’t really add much to any discussion. Because again, apart from the non-personally identifiable contact tracing requirement with the aim to open our borders fully, nothing in ACTs policy is compulsory.

            What is National’s policy? The most I’ve seen from them is a “Vaccinate everyone” approach and the barking at any passing car 🙂

            The benefit you have with ACT is that they are clear and articulate about their principles and policies. I don’t know of another party that wears their approach on their sleeve like that and appreciate being able to cast an informed vote.

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            • Act… Freedom but only for the ones david says are allowed to be free.

              Pretty much david is a rearanging deckchairs on the titanic type. Overall theres the same underlying theme but he sells it in a different way. Control control control, the only exception with david is the more successful and responsible one is the more “freedom” they can achieve… social credit anyone? And at the end of the day its still just a promise nothings gauranteed.

              I voted for act and at this stage theyre still the best party i can see to vote for abd likely will in 2023 but just pointing out theres major flaws and just the best of a bad bunch… hardly something to be proud of.
              Im totally for reducing benes and gangs but he still caters to them in a way if he was serious about personal responsibility then there would be zero jobseeker benefits and dpb etc and far stricter sickness benefits. Gangs could be slammed by simply doubling of any prison sentence if a criminal is a patched member and also zero taxpayer funded bene, healthcare etc if patched. Theyre on their own, their lil gang can pay for their upkeep//

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              • Don’t forget that there must be some pragmatism in everything.

                Control control control

                More like: “Getting the government out of our lives as much as possible”

                You castigate ACT for proposing a controlled benefit, but on the other hand you say gang members should, by virtue of who they are, receive double the prison sentence for committing the same crime as anyone else and have no access to anything tax payer related (even if some of them may be taxpayers themselves). A far, far higher level of control and citizen classification simply for wearing a patch? It reads like a high level of control to me by using your vague standard of “control”.

                You propose the complete abolition of jobseeker, DPB, etc. when there are legitimate users of those benefits, thus punishing the innocent alongside the guilty. By contrast, ACT’s proposal aims to curtail those who abuse those benefits, not the ones who are legitimately making use of them.

                I don’t agree with your suggestions, sorry mate because it doesn’t look to me as if you’ve actually thought your viewpoint through and considered all aspects of what you are proposing.

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                • Pascal i didnt make myself clear, im all for davids policies on benefit controls etc but what im getting at is dont call yourself the party of freedom when clearly theyre not.
                  Look at most of their policies and theyre far more restrictive and controlling then most other parties, not freedom and not the level of personal responsibility on the citizens that he supposedly strives for.

                  Hes not the honest straight up person you believe he is, at the end of the day hes just another politician thats out to gain votes… youd have to be a complete fool to trust or defend any of them.

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              • IAASB, The one time Seymour impressed me was when he stood up for NZ gun owners and then the fricking fool was so obsessed with his appearance before the TV camera crews he missed the vote in the house, I suspect he has now fallen in love and finds it easier to go with the flow and come up with a maggot Peters type commentary every now and then .

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          • No, not at all. Any factual information around Covid-19 is useful, I think, as long as its taken in context.

            You can generally spot a conspiracy theory style by using highly emotive language over factual data, lack of references to the original studies or research, broad claims without evidence. And sometimes even the design. Think of small snippets of information, lots of adds, click to next page to get to the next paragraph, etc.

            Remember the 4,000,000 body bags ordered by Norway 🙂

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        • I’ll wear the downticks for this one. But how many is “many”?

          The last reported figure I’ve read is between 8 per million (UK figures from April) and 11 per million (Germany figures, similar timeframe).

          That compares to the risk of blood clots from an oral contraceptive (400 per million), etc.

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            • People are not being coerced to take oral contraceptives

              And nobody is forced either. But you can’t promote the line “it causes blood clots so its fake and dangerous!” when ignoring that there are many, many accepted medications with far higher risks without I think some dangerously deceptive mental convolutions.

              As to bodybags, there was a claim doing the rounds on YSB that Norway had ordered nearly 4,000,000 body bags (from an order excerpt). Thanks to some good research by Odakyu-Sen, we learned it was actually the common provisioning code for a body bag used by the European Union, not an actual quantity.

              Misinformation, because people generally tend to look for what they want to see, spreads. It’s so fucking challenging to try and disprove your theories or understanding, but also the first step in making sure you are looking at things honestly.

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              • Are you trying to pretend no one is being coerced to take the genocide jab? What about people who are forced to submit to the needle to keep their jobs?

                As for “many, many accepted medications” that are more dangerous than the covid shots – name them.

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                • No, there is a strong push for vaccination at the moment. But the fact that you use language like “genocide jab” tells me you wouldn’t be the most rational person in this discussion. You have a viewpoint that you’ve decided is your truth and that’s cool. We’re unlikely to have a constructive engagement, because … well.

                  I’ve already named one rather commonly used medication. That started this discussion. You can research the incident rate of various medications yourself if you’re really curious. I’d recommend using the -Covid search term to avoid getting a massive overload of Covid-19 related information.

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                  • Pascal youre comparing a medicine with decades of use and knowledge vs an experimental vax thats been on the market for months.
                    Tell us what the long term effects for any of the covid vaccines are? You cant and new short term side effects are still being identified they cant even tell you them with certainty.

                    The pill for example didnt even start out as a contraceptive! It was being trialed (and failed) as another medical treatment and the contraceptive effect was a side effect.
                    The pill also comes with warnings and backed by data from many trials and studies, the corona jab comes with rushed trials backed by…. politicians promises?
                    If theyre safe and effective then manufacturers would take full liability for any issues that arrise, theyre not because they themselves dont even know what will happen.

                    Compare apples with apples and youll have a valid argument. Esp when one isnt forced to take a contraceptive pill to travel or whatever a vax passport will be used to inhibbit our lives.

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                    • You seem to be conflating a lot of different concepts there to try and diminish the point that any medicine you take carries risk (and that some have higher levels of risk).

                      And that your “medicine with decades of blah” has 400 / 1,000,000 adverse effects versus the vaccines’ 8 / 1,000,000.

                      The time it’s been around has no bearing on the fact that it happens – in fact, I’d argue something that’s been around for so long should arguably have been refined to be safer by now and to have less risk 🙂

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      • Appropos the ‘vaccine’ and FWIW

        Both Mrs Komata and I have received the ‘Come, Be Jabbed, Be Guinea Pigs’ texts alluded-to by various others here, and have ignored them.

        HOWEVER we recently had occasion to talk with two Medical Doctor acquaintances concerning the possible hazards of these (at best) ‘Experimental’ vaccines, only to find that they were both totally in favour of being jabbed, and highly-enthusiastic about having said injections.

        Arguments to the contrary proved fruitless with one even stating that ‘He was sure he could talk us ’round’ so that we would willingly get the injection.

        It was an ‘interesting’ discussion’

        On the basis of the above folks, I would strongly-suggest that you now have to be VERRY wary of all and any ‘Medico’s’ as they have evidently (and very-willingly) drunk quantities of the Covid kool-aid.

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        • It sounds like those “good” Doctors, if they had a patient who seemingly had symptoms of Covid, would they follow the protocols of Dr Richard Fleming in early treatment?
          Even to consider and look at the research done into Combos of HCQ, zinc, vitamin D and such and then prescribe?
          Would they look at trials done with Ivermectin, weigh it up and prescribe for their patient?

          The Fleming [FMTVDM] Directed CoVid-19 Treatment Protocol.
          https://clinicaltrials.gov/ProvidedDocs/10/NCT04349410/Prot_SAP_001.pdf

          28 pages of good sound medical advice, but above my pay grade, 🙂

          Other Doctors have also put out regimes of treatment, which seem to be start early, which is all another way of “flattening the curve” to have less hospitalization, and less pressure on ICU systems.

          So why do governmental lackeys seem to convince our Doctors to comply with this authoritative interference?
          Has our Medical Schools & systems ‘dumbed’ them down?
          Are their pass levels that low, and so not understand just what the FDA EUA means?

          It seems to be set up as a war of ideas, and to the death.
          When it should be tested?,observation?. looked for evidence?, repeatable? studied? trialed.

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  11. Until I saw the stick insect on TV dressed up in robes and prostrating herself to overstayers I could not believe she could stoop so low. She must be really worried about the polls as she has trotted out the gear she wore during the Tarrant shooting.

    FFS…. This pathetic creature has to go..

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  12. I see we reach peak embarrassment tonight when Laurel the bloke hits the stage. If he wins a medal Cindy will probably carry a barbell in solidarity and organise some kind of parade while the rest of us cringe.

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  13. Reminder.

    The Australian victims of a serious crash caused by Olympic weightlifting hopeful Laurel Hubbard are appalled at what they say is a lenient penalty, and the suppression of her name.

    Hubbard, 41, a transgender athlete who is trying to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics, was charged with careless driving causing injury after her vehicle fishtailed and crossed the road on a sharp bend near Queenstown on October 24, 2018.

    Her car hit a vehicle carrying Brisbane couple Gary and Sue Wells. Gary, 69, spent nearly two weeks in Dunedin Hospital and needed major spinal surgery on returning to Australia. Sue had several broken ribs.

    “After the operations I spent four months sitting on a couch not able to do one thing,” Gary Wells said.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/114218682/victims-of-laurel-hubbard-crash-appalled-at-sentence-and-suppression

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  14. It is getting to stage where you wonder what to believe :

    An article from Feb 2020 :

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/california-lab-coronavirus-vaccine-3-hours
    I picked this up in a comment to an article on Zerohedge. This was a comment in response to the person who linked it

    “In reality they had it all along because they patented 70 portions of the virus prior. They just want it to look like an accident when it kills ”

    Another one

    https://rightsfreedoms.wordpress.com/2021/04/18/atomic-bombshell-rothschilds-patented-covid-19-biometric-tests-in-2015-and-2017/

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  15. I do enjoy the sanity and wisdom of Mike Pompeo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2D3-UjoyCY
    Pompeo Says ‘Collapse From Within Is Possible’ In Dark Vision Of Nation’s Potential Future

    In a speech Tuesday at the Ronald Reagan Library, former Secretary of State and potential 2024 presidential contender Mike Pompeo shared what he sees as destabilizing elements within the nation that he believes could lead to collapse.

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  16. I refude that. No, not as a result of our policies, couldn’t be. Nah, not us…Look over there! //

    Jacinda Ardern not convinced by ‘ghost home’ concerns despite data showing 40,000 vacant in Auckland
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/08/jacinda-ardern-not-convinced-by-ghost-home-concerns-despite-data-showing-40-000-vacant-in-auckland.html

    But Ardern, with the ultimate decision-making power, doesn’t seem too concerned about it, telling The AM Show on Monday she’s spoken with local councils to get an idea of whether these “ghost homes” are contributing to the housing crisis.

    “I’ve gone to local government and said, ‘Can you quantify how many vacant homes we have, do you see this as the issue?’ And from the councils’ perspective, their view wasn’t that we had a large-scale problem with vacant housing.”

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    • Chances are quite a number of these 40k empty homes will be mcmansions that would have eyewatering rents were they to be let out, the majority of whats left will likely be not worth upgrading to the retarded rental standards this govt introduced, theyll be awaiting a developer to offer good $$$ and demolish.

      Whats worse crappy houses that can still house ppl or rising homelessness and crappy hotels riddled with crime and drug dealing?
      Instead of forcing landlords to upgrade or withdraw/sell from rental markets with their stupid healthy home laws they shouldve instead just limited the rent one can charge for houses not up to scratch eg. 75% of market rate in that area.
      It wouldve kept far more houses available to rent will still giving financial incentive for landlords to meet the standards.

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      • Equivalent to an entire suburb in Ak lying empty because of this labour governments housing policies!
        I’m from the government and I’m here to help! Hahaha!
        That worked well, didn’t it!
        Cindy, you have been twyforded and you don’t even know it!
        Even that phool goof didn’t you in on that secret!

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      • I am a renter . Owner lives in the sunshine overseas . 1 of 8 units he owns Been here 6 years 4 have had no maintinance other than urgent in the time i have been here1 .Usually because he has property manager chasing around for best repair price Quailty not important 1 unit became vacant .He tried to get mates rates to restore Cheapest was 110k Did not go ahead as mate wanted 50k up front .Had dealt with owner before. Rented anyway, no interior doors wneetbix floors, holes in walls Couple who rented happy to , cheap rent and they can only make it worse and not care This is not a complaint .Cheap rent 2 bedrooms internal garage Do my best to keep what i have got good

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            • Bells, i used to do the same back in my renting days. I was happy to rent a shitter providing the rent charged reflected the conditions.
              Also a bonus that theres usually zero house inspections and minor damage is no drama. Best deal me and my now wife got was back in 2009… 60bux per week, nice lil 2bdrm house and toasty as with an oversized yunca multiburner but the floor was rotten as hell, in hallway and spare room. Landlord laid plywood down in hallway with a carpet runner and we didnt need the spare bedroom so algood. Most i ever paid for rent was 175 per week! No chance of those prices ever again, the last house we rented ($175 in 2013) was advertised late last year for $450, only thing thats changed is its had a paintjob it got fully insulated incl underfloor and a new woodburner just before we moved into it. Crazy how much the rentals gave gone up.

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      • Many years ago a farmer offered us a farm cottage to rent so we went to have a look. There had been a fire and most of the kitchen floorboards were missing. We passed.

        As for the “ghost houses” Cindy is denying as a problem as that would mean accountability for bad Labour policy. She and her clown car and the Greens have no idea about landlords and unintended financial consequences. Policy decisions are made on feelz and kindness to those deemed to have less ability in society, the socially inept, unemployed, the young, disabled and elderly, oh and of course, deprived racial groups they treat as pet voters.

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    • Ardern is a habitual liar and I wouldn’t trust her if she pointed out that water is wet.

      But keep in mind:

      * 33,360 homes were vacant on census night in 2013.
      * ~39,365 homes were vacant on census night in 2018 (If the 18% figure is correct)
      * This claim of ~39,365 vacant homes uses the 2018 census data that is barely four months into Ardern’s reign of terror
      * The Labour-led government took over on the 19th October, 2017.
      * The 2018 census was on the 6th of March, 2018.
      * The census data is fragile as it relies on people being at home when the census data is collected.

      That’s 5 years of population growth in Auckland (11%) compared to an expected increase of 18% in “ghost” houses.

      Would you expect that big a difference in normal growth patterns in just ~140 days as government?

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    • Good luck Dr Stella Emmanuel!

      Anderson Cooper is part of the Vanderbilt family but any payment resulting from the law suit will be covered by CNN.

      The Vanderbilt family gained prominence during the Gilded Age. Their success began with the shipping and railroad empires of Cornelius Vanderbilt, and the family expanded into various other areas of industry and philanthropy. Cornelius Vanderbilt’s descendants went on to build grand mansions on Fifth Avenue in New York City; luxurious “summer cottages” in Newport, Rhode Island; the palatial Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina; and various other opulent homes.

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  17. 🥳🥳
    Winston Peters ordered to pay costs after attempt to overturn failed superannuation leak privacy court case
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/08/winston-peters-ordered-to-pay-costs-after-attempt-to-overturn-failed-superannuation-leak-privacy-court-case.html

    Winston Peters has been ordered to pay towards the costs of his attempt to overturn his failed superannuation leak privacy court case.

    The Court of Appeal released its judgement on Monday, which says Peters “must pay the respondents one set of costs”, and that the appeal has been dismissed.

    The NZ First leader was ordered to pay nearly $320,000 in costs last year, after he failed to pin the privacy breach on top civil servants and retiring National Party MPs.

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  18. Just over 1000 guns have been handed back in the government’s latest firearms amnesty and buyback.
    Sunday was the last day people could hand back firearms under the amnesty.
    From today, anyone with a prohibited firearm will be liable under new offences and penalties contained within revamped firearms legislation.

    The ban includes most semi-automatic firearms, some pump action shotguns, and certain large capacity magazines.
    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/273943-police-pay-24m-guns-latest-buyback.html

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    • Yet you can still go into a gunshop and buy a new shotgun mag extension. Fully legal if they run magnum rounds, the goose hunters that shot up the farm at work a few weeks ago thought it was a great joke, just gotta gave 3½ inch shells in your belt they rekon. Wouldnt wanna get busted with 7 2¾inch shells tho i rekon youd get made an example of even if you did have bigger shells on your belt

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  19. I heard on radio earlier a National MP ( Smith from Kiakoura) is going to push for a referendum on the country’s name (about time someone got some backbone.) I hope he is effectively the National spokesperson or front man on the issue –ie. it is a party decision not just his.

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  20. Great Reset? Putin Says, “Not So Fast”
    BY TYLER DURDEN

    It would have been easy to miss given everything going on. In fact, I almost did, and this speech sits at the intersection of nearly all of my areas of intense study.
    The annual World Economic Forum took place last week via teleconference, what I’m calling Virtual Davos, and at this year’s event, of course, the signature topic was their project called the Great Reset.
    But if the WEF was so intent on presenting the best face for the Great Reset to the world it wouldn’t have invited either Chinese Premier Xi Jinping or, more importantly, Russian President Vladimir Putin.
    And it was Putin’s speech that brought down the house of cards that is the agenda of the WEF.
    The last time someone walked into a major international forum and issued such a scathing critique of the current geopolitical landscape was Putin’s speech to the United Nations on September 29th, 2015, two days before he sent a small contingency of Russian air support to Syria.
    There he excoriated not only the U.N. by name but most importantly the U.S. and its NATO allies by inference asking the most salient question, “Do you understand what you have done?” having unleashed chaos in an already chaotic part of the world?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/great-reset-putin-says-not-so-fast?s=04

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    • Thanks Bn; this also laid out a part of the MAGA vision.
      A scathing rebuke of the Davos WEF-UN crew too.

      President Donald Trump tells world leaders at Davos to ‘put their own citizens first’
      https://youtu.be/mdPJRSnATG4
      4 mins 42 secs : Jan 22, 2020

      ….. “Today I urge other nations to follow our example and liberate your citizens from the crushing weight of bureaucracy,” Trump said. “With that, you have to run your own countries the way you want.”

      From a comment.
      Globalist Leftists HATE this speech because it”s about Nation based CIVIL rights of the INDIVIDUAL , NOT about collective “rights” within state enslavement .

      Ross12 could be.
      Would that “Great Reset” be the collapse, rescinding of that election night votes? 🙂 or fresh elections in 2022?
      Would Trump run to be a Senator? then become majority leader,& Speaker of the House?
      Maybe more power in that position? or then the next step in 2 years.

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  21. Pierre Kory, MD MPA@PierreKory
    Replying to
    @DrAndrewHill
    Andy, STOP. Seriously, you are causing untold deaths man. For another WHO paycheck in the future? WTF. Me and Tess have both blown up our careers because history demanded it. Your fake cautiousness is the saddest shit I’ve ever seen. Fuck you. And that is putting it mildly.
    https://twitter.com/PierreKory/status/1421284834337456129

    https://t.me/BigDaddysLightWarrior/27803

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    • After initial trials then Decades of practical use.
      The range of safe dosage has been approved.

      It is not right, and nor have the FDA in the past, stopped any treatment of an approved drug, when it has been prescribed to be used for another purpose.
      So what triggered FDA to this now?
      This seems to “beyond their powers” and and over reach of their laws. Another case of ‘Ultra Vires’.

      Then this has become ingrained into authoritarian governments & their 3 letter bureaucracies.

      Not absolutely sure, but it seems that this “ultra vires” control of medicines has been sort of put in place in New Zealand, probably in nefarious threatening ways.

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  22. They are going to open the border to let in the islanders for seasonly workers, but not from Fiji of course!
    But don’t get your hopes up yet. They will all need visas and fatboy said on friday on the radio that they are not giving out visas!
    What happened between friday and monday?
    Oh that’s right, DL went to a poly fest in Ak! They must have had a flea in her ear and she pulled finger
    Maybe she saw votes dissapearing, what else would move her arse?
    But she has to get fatboy off his lard arse first and out of his comfy chair and do some actual work!

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    • Seems like a big slow release of energy.
      Would be handy use of that energy in a crematorium.

      Makes me think of an ICE.
      Sort of similiar to what happens in a cylinder, when a spark is emitted, or when compression is high enough, but then that energy is harnessed by a piston, and made use of when the crank is spun 🙂

      Another form of energy, like Indonesian coal, for ev’s 🙂

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      • Not enough water in the State perhaps?

        Electric Car Battery Fires Extremely Are Hard To Extinguish

        After an out-of-control Tesla Model S plowed into a stand of palm trees on a highway median outside Fort Lauderdale last month, police rushed to put out the ensuing blaze using a department-issued fire extinguisher. It was a wasted effort. The car kept on burning after the crash, which killed the driver.

        The police may not have known lithium-ion batteries inside electric vehicles, once ignited, can’t be put out with chemicals from a conventional extinguisher. The battery fires are susceptible to a self-destructive chain reaction known as thermal runaway, causing a feedback loop of rising temperatures. The Tesla fire stumped a series of first responders in Florida. Firefighters eventually doused the flames with water, which seemed to work, but the wrecked car reignited twice more after being towed away. That prompted what a police report later termed “extraordinary measures,” including a call to Broward County’s hazmat unit for advice on stamping out the fire once and for all.

        The accident illustrates the challenges faced by first responders unfamiliar with the special characteristics—and hazards—of electric vehicles’ powertrains. Safety experts say the only way to extinguish a lithium-ion battery inside a car is with thousands of gallons of water, much more than what it takes to stop a fire in a typical gasoline engine. The other option is to just let it burn itself out. “It’s such a difficult fire because it takes so much water to put out,” said Robert Taylor, fire marshal in Davie, Fla., where the crash occurred.

        https://www.technocracy.news/electric-car-battery-fires-extremely-hard-to-extinguish/

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  23. A question for those more techy literate than me. We are with Spark and have one of their wireless modems for internet etc. Last week we got Corus to install fibre to the house and down to where the modem is. The guys who did this said we would have to get a new modem when we decide on a service provider –Spark or anyone else. My wife has just off talking online with Spark and they say we do not need to get a new modem as the wireless one is compatible with fibre cable.
    Is this correct ? It does not seem right to me.

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    • When we got fibre, we used their one they supplied! Located the modem in hall cupboard, (out of the way) works, but will not do the initial hookup from kitchen. You have to walk around the corner to lounge and hook on. After that it works as good as gold! Wall in the way?

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    • Hi Ross, I too have just had fibre installed and yes the modem that I already had is fine for the job. I had a new one sent to me but it turns out it was exactly the same as the one I was using for VDSL which is also ok for fibre. And it works fine.

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    • Lucky for some, the fibre cable goes past the end of our road not even 2km away but told we will likely never get it connected here, the copper is farked here so normal broadband dosent work so all we can get is the shitty wireless crap that has shitty data limits.

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      • We never bothered connecting the landline in either our Masterton or Far North houses. Currently we’re on a 120GB $40/month plan (on the Spark mobile network) & I have another 40GB/month on my cellphone.

        Reasonable speeds & we’ve never run out of data.

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    • You should have a fibre box in the house where it enters. From there, a network cable to the WAN port on your existing wifi router should work (may need config adjusted for WAN vs WDSL input, depending on the modem)

      I have my fibre going to a basic, manufacturer supplied router with wifi disabled that acts as my entry. That hands over to another, wifi router that covers the whole property and is on a separate subnet. That way I have a mini DMZ so my internet capable devices such as cameras can be connected directly and I have more control over my internal network.

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      • Thanks Pascal. Yes the Corus put in the fibre box. It was just that they said we would need a different modem, that got me thinking. Maybe they just meant if we changed providers we would need a new modem.

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        • Even that should not (generally) be necessary as it’s configuration driven AFAIK. I’ve had the same box through three providers. They send me a new one, I store it in a cupboard.

          But I have a very low level of trust for Chorus technicians.

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  24. I have been out most of the day but couldn’t let Pascals comment at 12.52 go without commenting.

    “And nobody is forced either. But you can’t promote the line “it causes blood clots so its fake and dangerous!” when ignoring that there are many, many accepted medications with far higher risks without I think some dangerously deceptive mental convolutions.” Pascal

    Pascal, there have been far more reported injuries and deaths with these products than any other in history. If you don’t believe me Dr Tess Lawrie says that in her interview with Mark Dolan in talk radio in the UK. (google it)

    That in itself should be enough but there is ample evidence that the numbers reported are on the low side due to denial by the medical profession and people being discouraged from reporting. Estimates are that only around 10% at most are reported.
    If people like Dr Bhakdi and Dr Hoffe are correct we are only seeing the start of the problems. As IASB said there is no long term data.
    The deaths for the virus are heavily slanted to the elderly and those with co-morbities (average age of death above normal life expectancy) but the vaccine deaths are across all age groups.

    These vaccines are an an absolute disaster and on top of it all the evidence starting to come out from Israel, Gibraltar and even the UK is showing that they do not work as claimed. Oh and let’s not forget that there are cheap and effective treatments available that have been suppressed by the authorities in all western countries.

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    • Uptick, as I do not disagree fundamentally with what you have said. There are well known factors that make this far worse, risk profiles are important and there are potentially alternative treatments available.

      I’ve also seen a “Dr” of veterinatian medicine makr some rather outrageous claims, so I remain skeptical about EVERYTHING I read.

      My core point is all medication carries risk of some form and many medications carry worse risk than this one by the reported numbers. As with anything, everybody needs to make an informed choice on what they do and the only way to achieve that is through your own research.

      I don’t buy into the conspiracy that this is a global conspiracy. Politicians are far too stupid to arrange this globally. And I do not give credence to hyperbolic, emotive appeals such as “genocide jab”.

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        • I’ve mentioned this before in relation to blood clots (Yes, I appreciate the different types of clots – immaterial to the fact there is an adverse reaction from my viewpoint)

          Blood clots in general population? 5 adverse reactions per million on average.
          Astrazeneca vaccination? 8 adverse reactions per million on average.
          Oral contraceptive? 400 adverse reactions per million on average.

          None of those are deaths, they are simply reported adverse reactions. (There are many caveats on the VAERS system, for example) Unfortunately the Australian study does not directly name the oral contraceptive and the PDF is broken so I can’t get into the link, but they list the numbers. You can find adverse reactions online, do a bit of research.

          Take, as a random example, Amlodipine. It’s used to treat high blood pressure / chest pain. 14% of those taking it report edema (not risky), 0.01% report Myocardial infarction, arrhythmia (including bradycardia, ventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation), vasculitis, cardiac failure, etc. A bit riskier than the 0.00079% of blood clotting.

          Again, the point that seems to be swooshing past you.

          ANY MEDICATION CARRIES RISK. SOME MORE THAN THIS VACCINATION.

          That is not an argument to take the vaccination, please – if you don’t want to don’t. I’m not taking it.

          But do yourself a favour and go look up some of the common medications you take. You’ll find a large amount of interactions and shit going on with them that happen so rarely that you won’t know about them.

          Like I alluded to earlier, the easiest way to convince yourself is to try and prove yourself wrong.

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          • Is Amlodipine still on the market? The main point here is that any other drug or vaccine with a similar number of adverse reactions would have been suspended by now. Swine flu vaccine in 1975 was stopped after 55 deaths.

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      • It took me a while to arrive at the conclusion that there is some sort of global conspiracy, and I certainly agree that politicians are dumb. However we have the same things occurring in multiple countries of in unison.
        I wouldn’t bet my house on it but it seems that somebody is pulling the strings of the dumb politicians.

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      • …..” Politicians are far too stupid to arrange this globally.”…..

        Full marks. Most are stupid but they are also egotistical & few would succeed in the outside world. This makes them susceptible to corporate movers & shakers with deep pockets & zero morals. They love power. They react to new developments with the independent thought associated with reef fish. They are also beholden to globalists such as the UN & its minions.

        But nothing other than time will convince me that the vaccines on offer are safe or effective. Our current rulers are determined that we should take what is offered immediately & the more determined they are the more I shall resist.

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        • UN is just another group of politicians, far more interested in shagging and caviar than anything else. Corporate I can buy though.

          But nothing other than time will convince me that the vaccines on offer are safe or effective
          I’m certainly not that skeptical (if there’s a reasonable standard of scientific proof then I’ll accept that), but I’m also in no rush to take the vaccine. I’ll take it when I feel it is safe enough that the risk of taking it outweighs the risk of not taking it.

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          • …..”I’ll take it when I feel it is safe enough that the risk of taking it outweighs the risk of not taking it.”……

            And the only way you can make that decision is to wait & watch to see if the sheep such as the wankers who turned up to the Vodafone Centre last weekend survive in sufficient numbers.

            At this stage it seems that the vaccine doesn’t stop you from getting Covid, nor does it stop you from passing it on. Ergo it’s the greatest con job ever perpetrated on the feeble minded fools of our society.

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  25. Terrorist Ahmed Zaoui has left NZ, it must have been as soon as this labour government came to power and returned home to live!
    How about the NZ government remove his citizenship and revoke his passport, so he never returns!
    Never happen of course, not by this clown car government! But we can dream. Maybe next one!

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  26. Glow bonce is pissed.

    Covid-19: Dangerous conspiracy theory with the tea bags

    Daphne and Ray Hodder​ thought they were just buying tea bags. They weren’t counting on a dangerous conspiracy theory with their orange and turmeric brew.
    The Hodders bought two boxes of Red Seal Orange and Turmeric tea bags at Countdown in Paraparaumu on the Kāpiti Coast on Thursday.
    They opened one box to find two slips of blue paper inside containing misinformation about Covid-19 vaccinations – claiming they did not work and were deadly.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125930952/covid19-dangerous-conspiracy-theory-with-the-tea-bags

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  27. The clown car forced to allow workers across the border.

    Newshub-Reid Research Poll shows Kiwis want more border exemptions as Government looks to loosen restrictions
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/08/newshub-reid-research-poll-shows-kiwis-want-more-border-exemptions-as-government-looks-to-loosen-restrictions.html

    In an attempt to allay the immense frustration felt by farmers and the horticulture sector, the Government is working on a one-way travel bubble with Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu to bring in more seasonal workers.

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    • Well it may help vege/fruit growers it certainly wont help the dairy farmers, islanders are notorious for being shit dairy workers and no shows.
      Id rather go shortstaffed on a dairy farm then try my luck with an islander. They need to be bringing in fillipinos and south americans to help the farmers.

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  28. Evening all. Just a quick word to Cindy before I
    retire for the night: Resign you spiteful, lying bitch.
    You are a hideous, cheap and shallow creature.
    An absolute disgrace to what was once a great country.

    Have a lovely evening folks. Great to read your posts.

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    • I am watching that like a hawk. I am picking up my new toy tomorrow morning, taking a $40k bike out in gale force winds and rain with new tyres may not be too smart.

      Is there some kind of weather dance I can do as I am not patient enough to wait?

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      • Yep! Watch some of Billy Connelly videos.
        He had it down to a tee!
        Rips his gear of and prances around outside naked as a j bird!
        By the way if you want a giggle, Kevin Bloody Wison is touring next month!
        “Maybe”?

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  29. Sky News Australia Suspended by YouTube
    By Melanie Sun
    August 1, 2021 Updated: August 1, 2021
    biggersmaller Print

    YouTube has temporarily suspended Sky News Australia from posting on its video platform, issuing a first strike to the popular conservative news channel over “COVID-19 misinformation,” according to a statement.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_breakingnews/sky-news-australia-suspended-by-youtube_3928004.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-08-01-2&mktids=aa4a23ef30f6af808acd9a1c0e8189e8&est=WNjimyMeIBnETmw6r0z3dcFavwb8cUvpUC43vR7Nd3urNv6n03%2FykFohHmJneNQ%3D

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  30. Ropey data

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/08/coronavirus-ropey-data-causes-confusion-for-dhb-bosses-over-progress-of-covid-19-vaccine-rollout.html
    Emails obtained by Newshub show district health board (DHB) bosses are confused about progress with the vaccine rollout because of what they call “ropey” and “really poor” data on the total size of each target group.

    The Government says we’re ahead of vaccine targets – but health experts say we’re guessing.

    And when you’re jabbing a nation, data is vital. The total size of each group you’re targeting, known as the denominator, is a crucial part of the puzzle. Without it, you can’t know what percentage has been vaccinated.

    But six months into the rollout – we still don’t have it.

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    • This ropey data is down to Jimmy two mums. It was made clear at the time of the census how important it is to get accurate numbers for social, education policy planning, electoral boundaries etc and situations such as health planning. Due to the total cock up of the cencus and the subsequent “estimating” to get some “accurate” numbers the MOH really has no idea what is going on.
      Add in MOH incompetence, we have a perfect storm.

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  31. Most Georgia Voters Did Not Sufficiently Check Their Paper Ballots in 2020 Election: Study

    A majority of voters in Georgia either did not check or only briefly glanced at paper ballots after they chose who to vote for during the 2020 election, according to a recently released study.

    A fifth of voters observed at the voting booth did not check the ballots at all, while 31.3 percent of others only gave the paper a brief glance.

    The rest either looked at the ballots for a short time or a long time, according to the study (pdf).
    but;

    Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican whose office said he requested the research, told The Epoch Times via email that the study “shows voters do indeed review their ballots for accuracy before casting them, demonstrating once and for all that Georgia’s system of touchscreen ballot printing is both accurate and easy for voters to use.”

    “Millions of voters checking the accuracy of their ballots is proof the votes that were counted were for the candidates the voters intended,” he said.

    Some dosparity about what he said and the real information.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_breakingnews/most-georgia-voters-did-not-sufficiently-check-their-paper-ballots-in-2020-election-study_3927521.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-08-01-2&mktids=aa4a23ef30f6af808acd9a1c0e8189e8&est=WNjimyMeIBnETmw6r0z3dcFavwb8cUvpUC43vR7Nd3urNv6n03%2FykFohHmJneNQ%3D

    If you getting the paywall just hold escape button as its l;oading.

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  32. Square, which was founded by Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, is used by 70 million consumers and Dorsey, who is also chief executive of Square, said the two companies had a shared purpose.

    “We built our business to make the financial system more fair, accessible and inclusive, and Afterpay has built a trusted brand aligned with those principles,” he said.

    “Together we can better connect our cash app and seller ecosystems to deliver even more compelling products and services for merchants and consumers, putting the power back into their hands.”

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Now Watch up guys and gals.
    Who spake those words of wisdom?

    He’s a familiar fellow that has spent the last couple of years cancelling people from his other toy platform.

    Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s Square to buy Afterpay for $41 billion
    Payments platform Square is set to acquire Afterpay in a $41 billion deal, with Afterpay’s founders to stay on at the company.

    Square will acquire all the shares in Australian buy-now-pay-later juggernaut Afterpay under a scheme of arrangement with an implied value of US$29 billion (NZ$41 billion).

    Afterpay shareholders will receive a fixed exchange ratio of 0.375 shares of Square Class A common stock for each Afterpay ordinary share they hold. Square last traded at US$247.26 (NZ$354.69) a share on the New York Stock Exchange.

    ASX-listed Afterpay was started by Nick Molnar and Anthony Eisen in 2014 and is the pioneer in the buy-now-pay-later space used by 16 million consumers and 100,000 retailers globally.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/world/300372003/twitter-founder-jack-dorseys-square-to-buy-afterpay-for-41-billion

    Guess I will be cancelling his efforts.
    Was considering afterpay on the basis thatots not my job to tell the customer how they are going to pay for stuff. Just my job to get paid.

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  33. Free Speech Union

    Sorry to disturb your Monday night, but I’m emailing you because it is rather urgent. There are just 4 days to go until the submissions close on the Government’s so-called ‘Hate Speech’ laws. If you have a moment, file a submission with the Ministery of Justice before it is too late. We’ve made it easy @ http://www.FreeSpeechSubmission.com

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  34. I finished my last Lee Child novel and picked up a few of Clive Cusslers early works. Okay, but they get a bit ludicrous very quickly with all the holograms and scifi like shit.

    Do any of you read and have a recommendation of something similar to Lee Child? (Style and character, rather than story)

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  35. Hideous pain or addicted to morphine. Not good enough.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/08/more-people-reliant-on-morphine-as-waitlists-for-joint-replacement-surgeries-grows.html
    An increasing number of people are relying on morphine to ease their pain as they face lengthy waits for joint replacement surgery.

    “I try and cut back on the morphine so I’m not relying on it all the time, but you are reliant on it because the pain gets so bad.”

    Do you know more? Send an email in confidence to alexa_cook@discovery.com

    “It’s been getting worse and worse over time, and now the threshold for actually getting onto the surgical waiting list is extremely high,” he says.

    Doctors are worried older patients are getting addicted to morphine, which is prescribed to handle pain, while they wait for surgery.

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