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    • Ah yes, All Jizz Error
      The mouthpiece of the corrupt extremist moozlem Qatar Govt.
      The Govt that commenced the war in Syria.
      The corrupt govt that bribed the corrupt FIFA to host the Toe jam World Cup in 40+ degree heat .
      Where more than 3000 fellow moozlems have died building the stadia – mainly from Pakistan and India.

      Where Oil and gas money is used to recruit ragheads and build mosques around the world
      Qatar- equal to Saudi Arabia in funding WW moozlem terrorism.
      But lets not talk about that, Oh No.

      But hey them moozlems are just peachy ain’t they
      from the article (not that I would trust much from All Jizz)…
      “The United Arab Emirates has agreed to host 5,000 Afghan nationals evacuated from their country on their way to third countries, ”

      So, the good ol’ UAE will temporarily host 5000 muzzies before they send them on to non muzzie countries to colonise .
      Great.
      The Religion of pieces does not look after their own do they (3000 dead stadia workers, same as 9/11 ) , despite much wealth.
      Will they provide infiltration and terrorism training in that time ?
      That is kind of like, would you like fries with that.

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    • I am surprised the piece of shit can go past Australia without the windows falling out. I see they are not going to Afghanistan because yet again we are going to bludge off other nations . This government is nothing but a complete bunch of bastards.

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  1. Morning Troopers.

    “That will be the start of New Zealand’s largest ever vaccination campaign, and that will take some time. But of course, as we’ve said, the most important thing is when we finish, not when we start.

    That aged well. Dare you to repeat that from the podium of truth today, Cindy.

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  2. What is it with Seymour and his vaccination obsession? I am rapidly losing confidence in him as leader of the “opposition” such as it is. And does Ardern know this I wonder?

    “AS THE number of deaths “shortly after vaccination” reported via Yellow Card (1,559) has now overtaken the number of fatalities ‘due to’ or ‘involving’ Covid in healthy under-65s for the whole of 2020 (1,549), it might have been prudent to slow down the jab rollout for healthy under-65s and look more closely at the risk vs rewards.”

    Figures from Public Health England.

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  3. Oh look everybody a new drug for the prevention and treatmernt of covid. What’s the betting they have just rebadged Ivermectin and put the price up by 5 or 10,000% ?

    First monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 approved for use in the UK
    The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has today given approval for the first monoclonal antibody treatment for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in the UK.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/news/first-monoclonal-antibody-treatment-for-covid-19-approved-for-use-in-the-uk

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  4. I have a problem – I am well aware of who Sue Grey is, a Nelson lawyer who has successfully spear headed a challenge to the New Zealand Government over the use of a vaccine and its legality with regards to its status as a legitimately tested drug etc. Actually I can google this I can see the information about the challenge but strangely enough nothing about the outcome. I wonder why?
    I can also see that she is the co leader of the NZ Outdoors Party – oh yes, wasn’t 2 other right wing conspiracy party leaders arrested the other day, the tarring by association can be rolled out.
    I have also followed the information that 40 people have died following them receiving either their first or second vaccination. Then I saw that it was 70 and now yesterday 100 people. Who are these people, it does not say. I have looked at the website of nzdsos.com that does not give any details or numbers of anyone who has died.
    My problem is that none of my family, neighbours or people within my town have ever heard of this. They read their daily newspaper and consciously watch either TV1 or TV3 every night for their “news” and of course look at the podium of truth each day to become alarmingly aware of how bad this virus is, how many have caught it and of of course you know what happened in America, or India or now of course in New South Wales – horror, put your mask on and huddle indoors by the fire.
    I tried to mention last weekend at a small family gathering about the 40 dead (I underplayed the then 70 total) and received the normal oh here he goes again , the anti Ardern rhetoric and conspiracy nut from those blog things he goes on.
    I would not even dare to state this in the local F/B discussion page, each day people proudly proclaim how they are doing the right thing (the latest saying I notice) and are saving lives.
    So please – can a list be put out of the 100 giving details such as:
    John Doe Te Awamutu 42 years Baker 17.06.2021 6 days after injection 1
    Mary Doe Auckland 57 years House wife 23.06.2021 2 days after injection 1
    Paul Sole Wellington 76 years Pensioner 24.06.2021 2 days after injection 1
    Ima Dying Levin 68 years Pensioner 27.07 221 15 days after injection 1
    Heas Gone Christchurch 45 years Pilot 02.08.2021 4 days after injection 2

    Now some things are too awful to be true – which is why one would be laughed out of town if I was to simply say 100 people have died after receiving the vaccination. Hopefully someone could send this request to Sue Grey or anyone associated with the group so everyone here would feel empowered to stand up and repeat these details etc.

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    • Join the club HP. Anyone here ever been known as a conspiracy nut by their friends and family before this?

      But tell them your concerns about an experimental jab fest and their reaction is we are looking and reading the wrong information, definitely not facts, and told you have swallowed the conspiracy?!

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      • I was labeled an “antivaxxer” by a work colleague for mentioning the fallacy of the PCR testing (I’ve had every vaccine going except one….) He spouted off some line about this being bullshit (he is ex-pharma) but when I mentioned he was obviously a lot smarter than the PCR Test inventor Kary Mullins, as they were his views…..crickets. I added that people’s disregard for science would soon be shown up for the enabling crime that it is and history would judge such badly.

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            • There are people who can think critically and there are those who can not.
              There are people who can remember information and there are those who can not.
              There are people who will find out new information for themselves, and there are those who must be spoon-fed information.

              The work colleague (who may have a university degree) sounds like someone who
              – Can not think critically, can remember information, but can not/will not acquire new information by themselves.

              I my own experience with some academics, they may be people whose livelihoods depend on them rigidly following a narrative.

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    • While the statement “100 people have died after receiving the vaccination” may be true, it is highly misleading to people who are incapable of critical thinking.

      The actual cause of death in each instance must be established.

      For example, if May Doe fell down the stairs, the statement “she died 2 days after taking the injection” would be true, but misleading (unless it could be proven that the injection triggered a clot which caused her to black out halfway down the stairs).

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      • Os
        From what I’ve read Sue Grey’s group have been very careful with their list. They have talked to all the families of those on their list to ensure they are as accurate as possible. That is, if there is a comorbidity that could have contributed to the death (heart disease etc. ) then they way I read it they do not include them on the list.

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        • Also Privacy Act, as the government will be itching to bring ver;y costly litigation against them, severally and individually.
          So be careful, and I would hope that others will give them the ok, to make more descriptions of their cases.

          The other part is how the government will use media, by leaking, goading and also by doxxing by using other social media set ups.

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        • All well and good, but what about younger people whose relatives may not have been aware of pre-existing medical conditions. You know, the “He looked fine to me!” case.

          While granny Smith may have been telling her family about her angina for years, young Tom Smith (aged 38) who suddenly curls up his toes may have had a condition that even he was unaware of. Medical confidentiality may prevent his family from ever knowing.

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    • I think Lynda Wharton is the one collecting and recording this data. She has been asked on a number of occasions to publish this but keeps putting it off. Agree it would be great to get it out there.
      A facebook page run by a Sam Jones has published a booklet showing posts they have received indicating adverse reactions, but it is hard to read and doesn’t have enough detail. This had deaths at 60 but was a month or so ago.

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      • There was a website posted last night on ysb of video recordings from those who have had adverse side effects. Probably need an exclusive NZ website but quite a clear way of getting the message across from the victims themselves.

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  5. “the normal oh here he goes again”

    Fret not, Phil, that you are blessed with being on the RHS of the IQ Bell Curve.

    (and you would have to explain it to them before they ‘got’ the insult. lol @ fuckin’ stoopid family members. Every family tree has it’s sap!)

    Don’t panic Corporal Jones. Things are getting better. What I call the ‘scarecrow effect’ is wearing off and more and more birds are taking the opportunity to roost in the scarecrow’s arms. You can only scare most people for so long before their brains naturally adjust and the ‘ignore button’ comes on and the ‘old habits’ and ‘basic human instinct’ reemerges. And it’s time for the next herd panic… Human sexual attraction is incredibly powerful to override Jacinda’s laws, restrictions, fears, panics…

    A very powerful influencer is the opening up of the rest of the world. Almost as powerful is the increasing mocking of Australia and New Zealand’s child-like refusal to accept that COVID is endemic in the human population. ERADICATION IS UTTERLY FUTILE.

    Overseas experts, freed from the coronavirus restrictions and the panic, are now coming out with declarations that the previous 18 months has been a disaster caused principally by government intervention.

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  6. NZ prime minister fails again as country overwhelmed by 3000% increase in covid cases.

    This should be what nz nedia are reporting not fluff pieces and propaganda on how great she is, fact is plain and simple her govts protocols FAILED again, when they fail we pay the fucking price.

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      • Exactly alice, and what fucks me right off is the staunch anti covid folk that run off to a testing station the first sign of a sniffle or were a few kms from a case.
        Our own BGR succumbed to the hysteria a while ago on holiday so goes to show it can happen to anyone but i fail to understand why someone anti everything thats going on turns around and contributes to the cause andbplays the govts silly lil game.
        Humans are a fucked up species.

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        • A correction is required here.

          I had to go to the doctor in Rarotonga because I was coughing to the point of choking and being unable to regain a breath of air.

          I was going to Atutaki where I expected medical services to be minimal so I went to the doctor in Raro, who gave me a COVID test.

          I got antibiotics and started feeling much better in Paradise after a couple of days treatment.

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        • One reason I don’t use the tracing App. Far more difficult to track me down and warn me that I am going to die, when I feel absolutely fine thanks. My good wife, bless her cotton socks, dutifully complies while I mock her endlessly….

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    • The issue is really informed consent and what that entails.
      Does it include a detailed analysis of the product?
      Does it entail the latest stats re side effects?
      Does it include a full list of possible side effects including death.

      I would expect informed consent to cover all of that..

      Has that been written for the Nation Yet?

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      • Many good points in your comment Viking
        As I expect a lot of fudge, like the retrospective legislation that was passed under Urgency to by pass a number of MedSafe NZ terms & conditions in granting use of the jab.
        And the world wide governmental ignoring of the Nuremberg Code & The Helsinki Declaration.

        Informed Consent
        25. Participation by individuals capable of giving informed consent as subjects in medical research must be voluntary.
        Although it may be appropriate to consult family members or community leaders, no individual capable of giving informed consent may be enrolled in a research study unless he or she freely agrees.
        .
        26. In medical research involving human subjects capable of giving informed consent, each potential subject must be adequately informed of the aims, methods, sources of funding, any possible conflicts of interest, institutional affiliations of the researcher, the anticipated benefits and potential risks of the study and the discomfort it may entail, post-study provisions and any other relevant aspects of the study.
        The potential subject must be informed of the right to refuse to participate in the study or to withdraw consent to participate at any time without reprisal. …….
        .
        …..After ensuring that the potential subject has understood the information, the physician or another appropriately qualified individual must then seek the potential subject’s freely-given informed consent, preferably in writing.
        If the consent cannot be expressed in writing, the non-written consent must be formally documented and witnessed.
        .
        All medical research subjects should be given the option of being informed about the general outcome and results of the study.
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        27. When seeking informed consent for participation in a research study the physician must be particularly cautious if the potential subject is in a dependent relationship with the physician or may consent under duress.
        In such situations the informed consent must be sought by an appropriately qualified individual who is completely independent of this relationship.

        28. For a potential research subject who is incapable of giving informed consent, the physician must seek informed consent from the legally authorised representative.
        These individuals must not be included in a research study that has no likelihood of benefit for them unless it is intended to promote the health of the group represented by the potential subject, the research cannot instead be performed with persons capable of providing informed consent, and the research entails only minimal risk and minimal burden.

        29. When a potential research subject who is deemed incapable of giving informed consent is able to give assent to decisions about participation in research, the physician must seek that assent in addition to the consent of the legally authorised representative. The potential subject’s dissent should be respected.

        30. Research involving subjects …..
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        31. The physician must fully inform the patient which aspects of their care are related to the research.
        The refusal of a patient to participate in a study or the patient’s decision to withdraw from the study must never adversely affect the patient-physician relationship.

        https://www.wma.net/policies-post/wma-declaration-of-helsinki-ethical-principles-for-medical-research-involving-human-subjects/

        I can not find where New Zealand has signed on for this, but so far as I can find, it is in a “lip service” way, as it seems to be redrafted as just a consideration for New Zealand ethic committees, and NZ codes etc,, whilst much more importance on the “consumption” of Waitangi ethics.
        I have not rabbit holed through that warren, but there could be a good stump in covering the special people status, that could & should be leveraged back as “He Iwi Tahi Tatou”, for all. 🙂

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  7. Is anyone else concerned that Dr Ashley Bloomfield will get to decide whether Parliament should meet next week (and potentially crush parliamentary scrutiny of the lockdown recommended by him.)???

    NEW ZEALAND IS UNDER A MEDICAL TOTALITARIAN DICTATORSHIP!!!

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  8. Dirty poolice https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/covid-19-police-oppose-bail-for-protesters-fearing-they-will-again-breach-lockdown-rules/ar-AANvZFk

    Judge judge please dont grant him bail im a big tough cop and im really scared this man might leave his home and live his life… wh wha what if he coughs or sneezes near me.

    Folks the opposing bail has nothing to do with fear of breaching lockdown again its about smashing and detrring any opposition, cindy knows if we het to the point of having a large sydney style protest then her days are numbered.
    This is yet just adding another layer of fear, how do the sheeple not see that jacinda the kind rules by fear and oppression?

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    • Notice how I don’t get set upon by hysterical authoritarians anymore when I point out the true nature of the pigs?

      They were never there for us. They are the enforcement arm of government. Same as the armed services.

      And no, I don’t care if you know some good cops and soldiers. I’m talking overall. Exceptions don’t determine the rule.

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    • This seems to be very ‘consensual’ policing in NSW Australia, 🙁

      NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller has told his officers he won’t hold them to account for wrongly issuing COVID-19 fines in a call to prioritise health order enforcement outside emergency duties.

      In a recent video to the force, Mr Fuller urged members to put community policing aside during its blitz on lockdown breaches, issuing a challenge to them over the course of Operation Stay at Home to “go high-level enforcement”.

      NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller urges officers to put community policing aside.

      “We need to stretch ourselves across the state, but we’ll only get compliance if you start writing tickets, if you start future CANing [issuing a future court attendance notice] people for breaching the health orders,” Mr Fuller said before the crackdown, which is now under way.
      https://www.smh.com.au/national/police-commissioner-says-officers-wrongly-issuing-tickets-won-t-be-held-to-account-20210819-p58k76.html

      I think it was Robert Peel, back in those days, that said police work is by public consent.
      I think a Court of Law, these Judges study other ideologies of law so the outcome is different now.

      So he will not hold his officers to account.
      Looks like the Commissioner will not be held to account.
      After all the governments around the world have signed agreements not to hold the Big Pharma companies to account.
      Like how did those phase experimental trials work out and non workable animal trials.
      The FDA, and even MedsafeNZ, escaped out on their wish washy clauses, further aided by Government bringing in retrospective legislation under Urgency one night when proven wrong in a Court of Law.
      Is it part of the next step for the army, that is already deployed, as if they are Military Police to enforce and apply martial law on the citizens?
      So it will extend into intimidation, the numbers of police to enforce & hassle 1 citizen

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      • “After all the governments around the world have signed agreements not to hold the Big Pharma companies to account.”

        Anyone else noticed the Left are HUGE supporters of signing agreements and holding international, UN and other very prestigious and approved conventions up as sacrosanct?

        Yet a few weeks ago someone reportedly wrote asking the clown car if, after this was all over, they would be judged at a Nuremberg and the reply was “that doesn’t apply to us.” 🙄🙄🙄

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  9. This is from a black father of three descended from slaves ,in response to CRT in school discussion.

    “I can think of nothing more damaging to a society than to tell a baby born today, that he has grievances against another baby, born today ,simply because of what their ancestors may have done centuries ago.’
    I taught my children they were victims of three things. Their own ignorance, their own laziness and their own poor decision making. he said.

    I though , hell is there a message here for our special people?

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    • Now that there seems incontrovertible proof that many thousand of ballots in Maricopa were fraudulent having been printed by some one other than the approved printer evidenced by microdots which apparently every printer has and which can be used to trace the owner. The question is if the owner is the Democrat party or the CCP. As other US states are questioning the election validity and looking at a similar audit the political future in the US is chaotic. If as seems likely that the results of the audits will remove the democrats senate majority and possibly Biden so will Donald return as president/for how long 4 years from date of reinstatement or retrospectively and what is the status of laws and regulations passed by a fraudulent administration – just questions at this stage .

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  10. I think Cindy telling us we are going to eradicate covid yesterday will be a defining moment for her ideologically driven joke of a government. The only way this can be achieved is closing the borders completely and becoming a hermit state. Meanwhile the rest of the world is getting on with life. I think more than a few people woke up to the shear inanity, stupidity and impossibility of what she said and the fact she clearly has no other plan. Apart from anything else you have to wonder who is advising her, my cat could do a better job.

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    • Dissempowered… see maori
      Starving… see homeless and child poverty

      Ardern exacerbates those problems to further her cause and justify a further push into crazy idealogy. Shes neither 1 nor the other but some weird mix, marxist at heart but using fascism to implement it/control.

      Just be glad we have one of the smaller useless military in the world. If she had control over a large army we would be fucked by now

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      • Stupid Boy, I’ve got bad news: She has the largest army ever raised.

        Covid hysteria is a global power grab by the totalitarian left. Ardern is part of a cabal that has huge military resources.

        You don’t see it because kiwis are mindless weak and pathetic. If we had any guts you would quickly see the underlying brutality of the regime we are under.

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        • Yes. And an illustration of this is the fact that she has watched the huge backlash which has happened in France, Britain etc and she is determined not to allow anything similar here.

          Whereas anti lockdown protests last year were peaceful affairs but very poorly attended and largely ignored (by everybody sadly), this time around it’s a totally different story. Protests have been extremely small and again peaceful but the protesters are being clamped down on and immediate arrests are being made. Hand-in-hand with this, Coster and his goons are making very vocal noises in the media stating on no uncertain terms that they are going to take a proactive stand and will not tolerate any gathering whatsoever.

          This is going to be much worse for the average kiwi than last year. There is no end in sight and the whole country is living with the constant threat that at any time and without warning the Marxists will swoop and deny us our liberty. Just like that. Businesses closed, medical appointments cancelled, sports and social life strangled, families separated and education (such as it is) halted.

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          • Agree EK.
            Most people have not realised they have changed tactics this time. Instead of starting at Level one and moving up if they think it is necessary, they have started at Level 4 and intend, I’m sure, to move very slowly down the levels. If we are back to normal in all areas by Xmas I’ll be surprised.
            It appears they are “winning”. My wife went out early this morning to the supermarket. She said no one was talking to any one, all looked like zombies and queuing like sheep. That was exactly what I experienced with the first lockdown last year when I did the shopping. Last year there was a bit of an excuse because we all did not really know what was going on, but to see the same again 18months later is scary. Kea is right when he says ” because kiwis are mindless weak and pathetic”

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  11. Truth bombs:

    1. Saudi Arabia created the Taliban.

    2. The Saudis set up a network of mosques, in Pakistan, on the border with Afghanistan. To radicalise refugees.

    3. They took in thousands of refugee children from the Russian invasion.

    4. The Saudis isolated them from the outside world and brain washed the traumatised children.

    5. The Western ally Saudi Arabia is the biggest financier of radical Islam by far. The Taliban have identical beliefs as they were taught by Saudis. As was ISIS.

    6. Saudis planned and carried out 911.

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      • I also believe it was an inside job but with a different explanation.
        From the outset it was clear there was something wrong with the official narrative. There are literally thousands of pieces of evidence, including hundreds of photos and videos that didn’t fit.

        We are lead to believe that a petroleum fire decimated the building and pulverized steel and concrete into dust, and left nothing in one piece. Therefore some of the most disturbing images are fireman walking on the ground some distance from the building, with literally thousands of blank and unmarked printer / photocopier paper sheets all the ground, from offices that were subject to thousands of degrees centigrade, sufficient to melt steel, but lower than 232 °C to avoid igniting the paper. And steel melted in the entire building simultaneously at temperatures not achievable with petroleum.

        Right next to the firemen are cars and trucks with melted engine blocks, but intact fuel tanks!!!

        That is the footprint left by extremely ultra high energy short duration microwave energy, more resembling the high energy weapons in the movie Independence Day, than the uniformly radiant heat from an aviation fuel fire.

        It is well worth watching a few of the Dr Judy Wood videos regarding 911. Whoever did the 911 attack had access to some very very advanced technology (Directed Energy Weapons) that supposedly hasn’t been invented yet.

        http://www.drjudywood.com/new.html

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        • It doesn’t have to melt steel for the building to collapse, just heat it to soften it. 400 – 500 degrees will do it. The twin towers had a lightweight steel truss floor joists supporting the floor with supporting light columns at the end of the trusses. The planes impact wiped out the outside column line, and knocked off the cementious foreproofing and for bonus points, to 70000kg of jet fuel added lots of extra fuel and localized heat. Once one floor collapsed, the impact took out the floor below in a cascading failure.
          Sorry to destroy your conspiracy theory with facts. It is an area that I happen to know a lot about.

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    • Afghanistan is a synthetic country whose borders were drawn up by the British in the 19th century. The nation’s eastern border with Pakistan passes right through the middle of the homelands of the Pashtun people.

      Afghanistan may be a country with borders, but these are artificial and ignore the distribution of the ethnic groups. When you declare war, you need to defeat people; not the lines on a map. The way to defeat Afghanistan would be to knock out the leading ethnic group, regardless of where they are distributed, and then play the other, smaller groups off against each other (English style). The trouble with this approach is a good portion of Pashtuns live in Pakistan, Pakistan is a separate sovereign nation with nuclear weapons, and all the peoples of the region are Muslims (despite their differences at the sect and tribal level).
      It’s a mess.
      Western warfare assumes one nation with one ethnic group within its borders. Not all the world is like that.

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      • When you declare war, you need to defeat people; not the lines on a map

        What about when some of those people settle in other countries?

        Just look at history, first was the usual settlement like in Syria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, a nomad, an immigrant, here & there, and so the flow continues when the initial numbers were of such “kindly” “peaceful” people, that only wanted to reaffirm their religion.

        Same across the Zoroastrians, Persia, the Buddhist, Aghanistan, the Hindus down into India.

        Hindu Kush is generally translated as “Killer of Hindu”
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu_Kush
        Though other alternative theories have come up as being Persian in origin, but still those deeds were done there!

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      • When president Trump told the head of the Taliban “if any harm came to an American he would blow up the leaders house and his family in his village (Trump named the village). He then asked the Taliban leader if he understood, the leader said he understood.

        Biden plans to write a strongly worded letter.

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      • When you declare war, you need to defeat people; not the lines on a map

        Jacinda is waging war on the New Zealand population, trying to break our spirit, and destroy democracy. It is a war on ideology.

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        • Saint Cindy and her counterparts around the world are waging psychological warfare with all the propaganda she is shoving at all our senses. Let’s hope the target population start to wake up soon.

          From https://www.thoughtco.com/psychological-warfare-definition-4151867

          Three Shades of Propaganda
          In his 1949 book, Psychological Warfare Against Nazi Germany, former OSS (now the CIA) operative Daniel Lerner details the U.S. military’s WWII Skyewar campaign. Lerner separates psychological warfare propaganda into three categories:

          White propaganda: The information is truthful and only moderately biased. The source of the information is cited.
          Grey propaganda: The information is mostly truthful and contains no information that can be disproven. However, no sources are cited.
          Black propaganda: Literally “fake news,” the information is false or deceitful and is attributed to sources not responsible for its creation.

          While grey and black propaganda campaigns often have the most immediate impact, they also carry the greatest risk. Sooner or later, the target population identifies the information as being false, thus discrediting the source. As Lerner wrote, “Credibility is a condition of persuasion. Before you can make a man do as you say, you must make him believe what you say.”

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      • O-Sen…

        Daniel Greenfield nails it here….
        https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2021/08/one-thing-we-never-understood-about-afghanistan-daniel-greenfield/

        “Afghanistan didn’t fall because it never existed. The Afghan army laid down its arms because it also never existed. And not just because many of the 300,000 soldiers were imaginary. Its Pashtun members surrendered to their fellow Taliban Pashtuns, or fled to Iran or Uzbekistan, depending on their tribal or religious affiliations which, unlike Afghanistan, are very real……etc

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  12. Oh noes cindy just upset a primary school kid that now hates her.
    My 8yr old daughter balled her eyes out when my wife told her no school untill st least mid week, “not fair, I really hate that jacinda ardern” were her exact words 🙂 shes made comments before that jacindas lying because her head does funny things when she talks. Clever lil girl i rekon, and that had no prompting on our part either those are her genuine thoughts.

    Im almost tempted to give her paper and a crayon to write to cindy…

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  13. From Jo

    The root of the matter is that vaccines that target only the spike protein are not true vaccines. They are at best short to medium term treatments. Effectiveness diminishes markedly after 3 months and becomes undetectable after 6 or 7 months. As just one example, I’m posting this in case it has not been done previously:

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34373860/

    Highlight: “Implications of all the available evidence: BNT162b2 (Pfizer) efficacy is likely to be diminished to under detection limit by 6-7 months post-1st shot on average.”

    All over the world, health and political leaders have bet everything on vaccines… and they have lost. They will now do everything to save face, including re-vaccinating multiple times on various pretexts.

    Incredibly, most people seem willing to accept the line that Covid vaccines don’t protect against infection, transmission, hospitalisation and death, that they just temporarily improve your odds. This is not the definition of a true vaccine.

    It’s time to put the emphasis on treatments (eg: Ivermectin), but leaders don’t want to let go of the Vaccine Mirage.

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  14. This is just too amusing, reported by the Daily Fail today:

    Osama bin Laden, writing to one of his al Qaeda lieutenants in 2010, banned the terror group from killing Joe Biden in the hope he would become president and ‘lead the US into crisis’. Bin Laden, then in hiding in a compound in Pakistan, said al Qaeda should instead focus on assassinating Obama because it would propel a ‘totally unprepared’ Biden into office. The letter was uncovered amid a trove of documents in bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound after he was killed by US special forces in 2011 and was first made public the following year, but has gained new prominence and significance amid Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan that has gifted the country back to the Taliban.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9911499/Osama-bin-Laden-predicted-Joe-Biden-lead-America-crisis.html

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  15. Just a reminder on Ivermectin:
    Meta-analyses based on 18 randomized controlled treatment trials of ivermectin in COVID-19 have found large, statistically significant reductions in mortality, time to clinical recovery, and time to viral clearance. Furthermore, results from numerous controlled prophylaxis trials report significantly reduced risks of contracting COVID-19 with the regular use of ivermectin. Finally, the many examples of ivermectin distribution campaigns leading to rapid population-wide decreases in morbidity and mortality indicate that an oral agent effective in all phases of COVID-19 has been identified.
    https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/fulltext/2021/06000/review_of_the_emerging_evidence_demonstrating_the.4.aspx

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      • From NIH.
        Doxycycline: antibiotic, anti-parasitical, anti-malarial.

        “Doxycycline is an attractive candidate as a repurposed drug in the treatment of COVID-19 infection, with an established safety profile, strong preclinical rationale, and compelling initial clinical experience described here.”

        https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32873175/

        I have had it confirmed by several doctors and pharmacists that it is one of the drugs used to treat Covid, as well as HCQ and Invermectin. And is standard issue if you are stationed or work in Africa. 100mg per day is the standard issue for Doctors and Servicemen stationed there.

        http://www.schickersunichem.co.nz/buy-doxycycline-in-nz.html

        It is in common supply here, because it is prescribed for a wide range of infections. And developed in 1968, it is patent expired and cheap.

        But do your own research.

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        • Aged Garlic Extract (Kyolic): A natural anti-biotic / anti-viral.
          https://www.lifepharmacy.co.nz/home/shop-by-category/weight–vitamins/vitamins–minerals/ills–chills/nutra-life-kyolic-aged-garlic-extract-high-potency-capsules-240mg-60s/

          The effects of allium sativum on immunity within the scope of COVID-19 infection:
          https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7265825/

          The beneficial effects of Allium sativum (garlic) on health have been emphasized for centuries. Garlic contains numerous compounds that have the potential to influence immunity [15], [16]. In recent reports, garlic and its complex constituents have been investigated as promising candidates for improving immune system. Garlic extracts and compounds isolated were examined in terms of their immunoregulatory functions in detail. It is a well-known fact that immune dysfunction plays an important role in the development and progress of several diseases and this functional food may contribute to the prevention and treatment of pathologies such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disorders, gastric ulcer, and even cancer [17], [18]. Aged garlic extract (AGE) might be used as herbal medicine with few side effects as compared to chemotherapy in treating cancers caused by substances like aflatoxin B1 [19].
          Garlic participates in cytokine secretion modulation, which may provide a mechanism of action for many of its therapeutic effects. Alliin is the main organosulfur compound in garlic and has been shown to induce a decrease in the expression of proinflammatory cytokines [17], [18].

          COVID-19 infection is of a fast-spreading and easy-transmitting disease properties. The world is in the need of pharmacological treatment protocols including wide variety of medicines to cure patients. The investigations on the development of vaccine are underway. There are some suggestions towards increasing hemoglobin production and increasing hemoglobin availability for oxygen binding [20]. It is also hypothesized that patients with severe COVID-19 infection may have a severely compromised immune response and could be treated by monalizumab, interferon α, chloroquine, and other antiviral agents [21]. In the current emergency state, there are some suggestions related to the use of all available therapeutic tools and the potential antiretroviral activity of hesperidin as well as routine as co-treatment or as preventive treatment in patients with COVID-19 infection [22].

          Today, it is well understood that prevention of this infection will be much more plausible than treatment to get rid of the outbreak of this epidemic disease. Allium sativum seems to counteract most of the negativities caused by COVID-19 infection. Within the scope of preventive measures, this functional food may prevent this viral agent from spreading over the body. We suggest that administration of this plant will contribute to the immune system elements during the fight against this pathogen.

          Antiviral potential of garlic ( Allium sativum) and its organosulfur compounds: A systematic update of pre-clinical and clinical data:
          https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32836826/

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    • When “no symptoms” is a symptom and 95% have to be tested to know theyve got it then i think its obvious its not a very big health issue.

      I know several abroad and 1 here thats had covid, most just had minor or no ill effects from it but a couple descibe it as the worst flu theyve had but still no hospital needed, they were all 30-45yrs old.

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      • And they will “find” the delta variant in Christchurch. Due to lockdown, if you ring your doctor to get a prescription for a periodic Ventolin inhaler renewal, you get redirected to have a Covid-19 test before they will issue a prescription. This has just happened to two people in my extended family. They will “find” the delta variant in Christchurch because they are agressivley hunting for it.

        A number of people in my extended family have already had the Zombie shots, despite my best efforts to dissuade. Yes, Dylan and his partner are the black sheep tin foil hat wearers in the family. Some have had side effects ranging from mild cold symptoms, to severe coughs, sore throats, and loss of voice. We had a family gathering a couple of weeks ago, and since the Delta variant is mutating out of vaccinated people, it is highly likely that the Delta variant will be floating around. If not in my extended family, in someone else’s family.

        The powers that be, will leave no stone un-turned until they find plenty of evidence of Delta.

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          • So right, wg. Maybe not mandatory but using a form of doxxing coercion.
            I saw it happen yesterday,

            A coven of nurses, stopping people entering the medical centre.
            Absolutely atrocious!

            As I was waiting the necessary metres away, the subject of vaccination was put to a person, in front of me that they can be vaccinated right here and now.
            That part of the conversation was initiated by the nurses.
            She did put a postponement excuse, for that. and remained polite.

            I kept my part of the conversation quite short, that I rang earlier this for prescription renewal, and I am still waiting.
            A few others behind me, also quietly expressed their surprised.

            However a karen, that came out, tried to challenge me that the vaccine had been all tried and tested a few years ago…
            I only remarked, google up the vaccinator’s paradise of Iceland & what that minister of health said. Also Israel, but do read some the Israeli papers.
            She still tried to persevere at how necessary it was to be vaxxed, but I said, look at FDA’s point of EUA, and to consider New Zealand’s Medsafe terms & conditions that first came out, then the government retrospectively under Urgency change that…
            Still in denial, I pointed out google those approved sites!

            It is here on this blog,, thanks Ed, that we can polish our arguments in debate & discussion, & so be ready to roll. 🙂

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    • If you suspected that you had caught the coronavirus (because you had mild symptoms that matched the description), what would you do?

      a. Do nothing
      b. Wear a mask and try not to cough at the supermarket
      c. Become a “silent super spreader” in an attempt to encourage natural herd immunity
      d. Wait in line to be tested
      e. Come out to the world via social media and promote your cause (and hope you don’t get really sick)
      f. Tell only your family members and self-isolate
      g. Visit a person whom you really hate

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  16. I don’t uusually link Herald stories but I would love to see St Cindy the Murderer’s face when she reads this….
    I also dont agree with a lot of Fran’s recommendations at the end
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/covid-19-coronavirus-fran-osullivan-businesses-need-less-podium-performance-and-more-facts/QY3PMMNVDXXC6567V5LD46RXWM/

    Copied and pasted as its paywalled. Fran O’Sullivan/

    Jacinda Ardern gave the appearance of relishing her podium performances rather too much as she yesterday delayed announcing that Auckland’s level 4 lockdown will be extended by at least one week.
    I’ve written before
    about Ardern’s irritating habit of failing to “just get to the point, Prime Minister” when she indulges in lengthy preambles prior to making the only announcement that the country really wants to hear in these Covid press conferences: “What level of lockdown are we in and for how long?” and “how many cases are we today?” etc.
    Fran O’Sullivan: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern honoured abroad, less so at home – NZ Herald
    As a business colleague noted to me yesterday, the PM’s communications approach seems to have been modelled on those annoying “click through” questions that crop up on social media where, for instance, you might be invited to look at movie actor Sam Neill’s mansion and would have to click “next” multiple times first, meantime being swarmed by advertisements.
    This approach has worked well for her political brand to this point.
    But how refreshing it would have been if Ardern had just said the whole country would be at level 4 until 11.59pm on Tuesday — except for Auckland (host to the infection outbreak) which would stay at that level for at least another week.
    Ardern was put the spot by Herald Political Editor Claire Trevett who asked her directly whether she had received advice from Ashley Bloomfield that the Auckland lockdown should be extended to August 31. Ardern equivocated.
    Bloomfield — who is by now quite a practiced politician himself — started to make his usual dance on the proverbial pin before indicating that he had indeed given Cabinet advice that he wanted an extension of the Auckland lockdown.
    Ardern’s subsequent response that “it’s too soon to draw any reasonable conclusions” makes a nonsense of her oft claim that Cabinet makes its decisions on scientific and expert advice.
    Wait until after Monday’s Cabinet response, was the Prime Minister’s statement.
    But if Bloomfield’s advice was in front of the special Cabinet meeting yesterday, why not just take it and give Aucklanders some certainty that the level 4 lockdown will go to August 31 (at least)?
    That would certainly have assisted businesses with their planning. There is considerable confusion in business circles over just what the phrase du jour — a “short, sharp lockdown” — means in practice. Is it that a level 4 lockdown will be followed by alert levels 3 and 2 restrictions, which seems intuitively to be the case? Or does it herald an immediate return to a level 1 scenario after the “short, sharp lockdown” is over?
    For smaller businesses and those exposed to, for example, the “hospo” industry, such a level of understanding is critical. And from conversations I had with a number of smaller businesses earlier this week they would be assisted if there was more emphasis on expectation settings rather than dragging out announcements.
    Thankfully, the Prime Minister got to the point rather more quickly than usual with her announcement that the rest of New Zealand would stay in the level 4 lockdown until 11.59pm next Tuesday along with Auckland and the Coromandel.
    If that also has to be extended, so be it.
    The “team of 5 million” is well-practised now. Multiple lockdowns — particularly in Auckland — have an obvious synchronicity to them.
    The emergence of the Delta variant has changed things and New Zealanders are responding in record numbers to the threat by getting tests and booking vaccinations.
    This underlines that New Zealanders know what they are about. We only need to look across to Sydney and Melbourne to understand the sad reality of inaction.
    Yesterday, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian extended the Sydney lockdown to September 30. I tuned into SkyNews to watch Berejiklian’s media conference. It was sobering. There are a host of new restrictions including curfews in some parts of Greater Sydney.
    Australians are in a race against time to get vaccinated. There is fear that their hospital system will be swamped if they cannot stamp out this virus sufficiently until some 80 per cent (according to the Victorian Premier) are vaccinated and restrictions can be lessened.
    Daniel Andrews’ message that the “virus had got away on them” showed the consequences of the Australian States letting their guard down.
    It is imperative that New Zealanders continue to take the lockdown seriously. Reaching a 70-80 per cent vaccination target before year’s end is crucial if we are to move to reopen the border in the first quarter of 2022.
    The Prime Minister has proven adept at massaging the messaging at her Covid press conferences. But she would give more confidence if she just let Bloomfield speak for himself in future rather than answering for him.
    And to keep focused on the prize: Reopening to the world.

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    • And when the Mad Cow has recovered from reading that can someone please bring this to her attention and let us hope her head explodes!
      “What can be taken from this interview is the question, do lockdowns work? When Lundgren’s arguments are taken into account, and Sweden’s Covid statistics are analysed, the case for lockdowns looks questionable. This is especially the case when they are measured against the curtailment of freedoms, the isolation, mental health issues, and the number of undiagnosed illnesses that have resulted from the lockdowns.”
      https://www.rt.com/op-ed/532507-lundgren-mep-sweden-lockdown-trust/

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    • RoL@0903

      This is probably the most important sentence in the entire article, and proves yet again that fifty million dollars does indeed purchase a lot of pro-government media propaganda (and a lack of neutrality / objectivity as well).

      ‘It is imperative that New Zealanders continue to take the lockdown seriously. Reaching a 70-80 per cent vaccination target before year’s end is crucial if we are to move to reopen the border in the first quarter of 2022’.

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    • Like Hosking, all the other commentators and all politicians Fran has been sucked into the “we must all get vaccinated so we can open the borders and be free”. Fran that is BS. The “vaccines” DO NOT WORK.

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  17. With all the talk of forcing the experimental jab on people, here is a list of places you can work where it is not mandatory:

    1. The White House

    2. The CDC

    3. The FDA

    4. The WHO

    5. Pfizer

    6. Moderna

    7. Johnson & Johnson

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  18. Transitional housing plan for Rotorua’s Fenton St Wylie Court motel abandoned

    In a statement released to the Rotorua Daily Post today, Kāinga Ora Bay of Plenty Homes and Communities regional director Darren Toy said the Government’s housing arm had no “ongoing interest” in the Wylie Court motel.
    “Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities continues to explore a range of opportunities to increase housing for whānau in Rotorua, but can confirm it has not purchased and has no ongoing interest in the Wylie Court Motel,” Toy said.
    “Housing opportunities at this site were being explored, however, with agreement not being reached with the property owner, as can happen in any commercial negotiation, we are now no longer progressing this property for potential housing.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/news/transitional-housing-plan-for-rotoruas-fenton-st-wylie-court-motel-abandoned/X5TN7RUDLA5EI5ZUP22SOETZVI/

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  19. “Homes and Communities continues to explore a range of opportunities to increase housing for whānau in Rotorua, but can confirm it has not purchased and has no ongoing interest in the Wylie Court Motel,” Toy said.”

    Does ” housing for whānau” mean housing exclusively for those who self-identify as Maori?

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  20. Anyone else heard of bread shortages at supermarkets? I ask only because the CEO of our household has been told of this by her network of family & friends. Could be local or just bullshit but the bought & paid for MSM won’t enlighten us of anything that may put a dent in the Mad Queen’s tiara.

    For the unwashed whose culinary skills stop at budget spread on white bread or takeaways starvation may beckon!

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  21. Been meaning to say I enjoyed this mornings cartoon at the top Ed. The five horses of the apocalypse with the 5th – “misinformation” with Obuma as the horses head and a cellphone in his hand. Brilliant.

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    • Brilliant:
      And top marks for actually reading the T and C’s.

      “42.1. Lumberyard Materials. Amazon Lumberyard consists of an engine, integrated development environment, related assets, and tools we make available here or otherwise designate as Lumberyard materials (collectively, “Lumberyard Materials”).”

      “42.10. Acceptable Use; Safety-Critical Systems. Your use of the Lumberyard Materials must comply with the AWS Acceptable Use Policy. The Lumberyard Materials are not intended for use with life-critical or safety-critical systems, such as use in operation of medical equipment, automated transportation systems, autonomous vehicles, aircraft or air traffic control, nuclear facilities, manned spacecraft, or military use in connection with live combat. However, this restriction will not apply in the event of the occurrence (certified by the United States Centers for Disease Control or successor body) of a widespread viral infection transmitted via bites or contact with bodily fluids that causes human corpses to reanimate and seek to consume living human flesh, blood, brain or nerve tissue and is likely to result in the fall of organized civilization.

      Emphasis added.

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  22. Any bets on how much longer Biden will last ?

    The MSM are turning on him and his administration.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/watch-live-biden-delivers-speech-afghanistan-evacuation-returning-delaware

    Putting on my conspiracy hat, I would say they are working hard to somehow sidestep Harris before the get rid of Biden. I have no idea how they will do it but I think they have to get rid of both of them . I believe Pelosi would then be the next on the rank BUT I do not think they would her there either. They have problems>

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  23. I despair. While I was out driving this morning I spotted a lone cop in his pursuit vehicle wearing a face nappy.
    The only logical reason I can think for this bizarre behaviour is he had just farted and he does not like the smell of his own farts.

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    • Hog ….
      That’s been an argument for some time now about the efficacy of masks….if underpants can’t stop a fart and you can still smell them through a mask, how the hell is the mask gunna stop an engineered virus.

      As an aside, I remember a work colleague letting one rip with me standing beside her….I said to her, “do realise that what was up your anal passage a second ago is now up my nasal passage”…never dropped another one in my presence again…at least not an audible one.

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  24. As I mentioned above I got a Covid test, while in Perth earlier in the year (as part of their quarantine requirements). I got an invoice in the mail today (haven’t looked into the box for a few days!). It was for A$52. I wonder how much shorter the queues would be in NZ if the sheep had to pay for the test, just like paying to go to the doctor ?

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  25. Suitably clothed in black, staff had to wrestle the scythe from her shoulder as they thought she was taking todays dress up too far.
    21 new cases, all in Auckland. Some naughty person in Warkworth has yet to come forward as they have covid in their waste water.
    Congratulations to the good people of the Coromandel who despite spending many hours in the Star and Garter pub with a highly infective Delta carrier, have not become infected.
    Rumours that someone in the South Island may be infected are NOT true. That lying bastard has been cured/disposed of.
    I have a serious case of Ardernitis and can not watch the self promoting mad cow any more.

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  26. If nothing else that bony emaciated POS horseface is an eternal optimist as she thinks we are well off in the current outbreak and cases will trend upwards until next week and then drop off again.
    Good grief all the religious nuts will be wondering when GOD upgraded the skinny little piggy into his spot as1st in charge.
    Anyone who can watch that C – – T for more than 20 seconds with her wingnut ears and tweaker like facial antics needs stronger medications and psychiatric help.

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  27. Gab post.
    Ken Horlor

    Yesterday someone on here posted a recording of a woman talking very reasonably to the owner of New World Motueka (near Nelson, the other side of Tasman Bay, it has a small harbour). She patiently explained how requiring customers to show proof of medical exemption from wearing a mask was unlawful.

    The New World owner, quite sensibly replied that he has a duty to his staff, to keep them safe. He’s right of course, this is a classic conflict of laws scenario.

    But the woman caller, who I think must have been a lawyer as she understood the hierarchy of statute (constitutional rights and freedoms > important laws > laws > regulations > rules > policies > that’s just the way we do it > well I’m not listening this is the way I do it). She correctly pointed out that when he got into business he undertook an obligation to serve the general public. That his obligations were serious and he was not empowered to fish around in his customers health status just because they wanted to buy food (she didn’t say it like that, that’s my interpretation).

    I understand the New World owner thinks he’s doing the right thing. I understand the police think likewise when they unlawfully deny people access to food. They believe they’re protecting the store owner and its staff.

    But what they don’t understand or cannot see, is where this will end. If we stay on this course, people won’t get vaccinated so they can eat. Well, many will not. No, the resulting end point will be complete societal meltdown, an unpoliceable situation. Even if 20% remain unvaccinated, try telling a million people they cannot eat. The New World owner is suddenly in danger and the police are a very thin blue line if that transpires.

    I used to know people. If I still knew people I’d sit them down and carefully, without raised voice explain to them how serious this is. If someone knows Jacinda Ardern or anyone close to her, they need to sit them down and explain where this ends, as it appears they do not seem to know. They’re so caught up in being powerful, they do not realise how quickly this will unravel. Things will get ugly, real quick.

    And the police. If you know police, ask them to do the right thing as the wrong thing they’re currently doing has a very bad ending. The police need to be the ones to open the country up if the government will not. Unlawful orders, are not orders at all.

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    • The woman’s argument is generally a good one until ” She correctly pointed out that when he got into business he undertook an obligation to serve the general public.” which is a load of crap. He has no such obligation either explicit or implied.

      The owner has the right to trespass anyone he wishes & doesn’t have to give a reason. Although I don’t agree with his actions this will be the basis of his thinking.

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      • Disagree on this one Nasska as I understand it it is illegal to discriminate against people based on a disability. They cannot prove that the inability to wear a mask is not caused by a disability.
        No different than a business owner try telling a special person they can’t enter because you don’t let Maoris in.

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        • You would have to prove that he was discriminating on the basis of health or race & so far as I can see he’s done neither. He can for instance demand that people not shop naked or must wear shoes in the store. A mask could be regarded as a piece of clothing in an argument of law.

          As I have stated I think the wearing of masks is needless & an insult to intelligence but it’s his shop.

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        • Curious, I’m with Naaska on this one.

          The owner has the right to trespass anyone he wishes & doesn’t have to give a reason. Although I don’t agree with his actions this will be the basis of his thinking.

          Discrimination is a natural part of life. If you are a man (or lesbian) and single and you choose to not date the fugly fat chick and choose the cute slim blonde with perky tits, you are discriminating. So is the cute slim blonde if she chooses to date a wealthy lawyer who looks like Brad Pitt instead of the overweight Bogan whose pants barely cover his arse. And she is discriminating if she chooses to marry a kiwi, instead of an Indian or Pakistani.

          And the business owner is discriminating if he chooses the highly qualified Pakeha instead of a less qualified Maori simply because society says he should hire based on a set ratio of colour / sex.

          Discrimination is the natural act of choosing, and people are free to make their own choices. That is what freedom of expression means. Its why I contribute to blogs on YSB which was set up for freedom of speech, which is part of freedom of expression.

          If you disagree, would you be happy to date and marry the fugly fat chick when you really want to date and marry the cute slim blonde with perky tits?

          Discrimination is a natural part of choosing, irrespective of whether that choice includes body type, sex, skin colour, level of suitability for a job or whatever.

          In a free society all people are to be treated equally under our laws and to protect our freedoms and ownership rights. The owner of the supermarket, the owner of the job (employer), the owner of the body with the perky tits will choose what happens to them. By clear definition and logic, it is only the government or a governing body that can be guilty of discrimination, racism, sexism etc via rules or laws of forced association or disassociation which in effect is overriding people’s personal choices. Our current government is the most racist, sexist government NZ has ever had. Yet they use the arguments of racism and sexism to introduce laws that are very racist and sexist.

          I am not vaccinated, and I would not like it if the supermarket denied me access on that basis. But it is not up to me to harrass government to override the supermarket owner’s rights of admission. The answer lies in education, not tyranny. And if a given supermarket will not allow access, we find one that will, buy online, or go rural for our shopping. You may find some country folk are not as stupid as some city folk.

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    • Hooker Phil. Exactly.

      But the plan is to create fear & terrorize the general public.
      They can not set lock down in place, unless they can point to the number of cases.

      Any number of cases, if they were really serious, about flattening the curve, should not just be told to go home and isolate.
      The health systems then set out to increase the hospitalization rate, by NOT prescribing, early and simple medicines which has been shown to drastically drop the need of hospitalization rates…

      Even if they did this as a trial, in combinations like HCQ & zinc, or Vitamin D & HCQ, and some other already proven safe drugs, critically doing it as first & early treatment they would have rapidly discovered like Dr, Zelenko, and Dr, McCullough certain protocols that are proving a way forward.

      Then becomes really no problem with hospitalization rates.

      Major reduction in vaccine need, and many will obtain natural immunity, the real true “herd immunity” instead of the bastardized risky vaccine redefined “herd immunity” having been helped to survive by simple and timely early first treatment.

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  28. About 20 people gathered at Aotea Square in Auckland today for an anti-lockdown rally – cold drizzly weather didn’t help. Nearly everyone was doing videos – including a pair of twits from Newshub. I counted 13 cops – a paddy wagon was parked nearby. Social distancing not observed among those attending – I even got a hug from a woman who knew me from previous rallies, which was nice.

    One woman was arrested. I met a woman from Waiheke who had come specifically to get a Covid Health Response Act breach notice – which she did – so she can fight it in court.

    The event was not well publicized – I only heard about it from a comment on a youtube video. Some light relief was provided by a bunch of bros across the street swearing at the cops – who did nothing about it.

    The majority of people walking around the city were masked – including a cyclist. Lots more civil disobedience needed.

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