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  1. I resent having to get up at 5:30 just to be one of the first to post on Have Your Say.
    On Kiwiblog, I could sleep in until 9am.

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  2. When is Jacinda going to wake up that the she is going to leave NZer’s with large unemployment all in the quest for fame, she doesn’t have to worry as the PM earns a lot of money and wouldn’t find it difficult to obtain another job, her man in wait is also paid good money so her policy won’t affect him. So you have to look at who it will affect and the answer is it will hurt the dummies that vote Jacinda first and Labour second and when it turns to shit she with Labour will leave it to someone else to fix.

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    • I agree with your post. But what makes you say that there is going to be large unemployment?
      What do you base this on?
      Business Confidence
      Anecdotes.
      Gut Feel

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      • Wages ,welfare,climate change and all above, while I don’t begrudge families being paid to look after spouse’s with disabilities $25.00 a hour when your minimum wage is not quite $18.00,do you think workers struggling to make a living will put up with that so more strikes on the cards without business having their say on it and can only mean employers laying off staff.

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          • And a damn sight less for us fools that drag ourselves out of the sack every day to pay for them to do the opposite its bitter & windy here i would love to still be getting some kip

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    • What makes you think that Ardern isn’t destroying the economy of NZ deliberately?

      Both her and Peters have stated that capitalism has failed; they appear to making that a self-fulfilled prophecy.

      Unemployed people are more likely to vote Labour.

      Her virtue signalling has been noticed on the world stage and more importantly improves her odds at getting a plum job at the UN; being prime minister is just a stepping stone position.

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      • Hopefully any people that are still working by the time of the election will resent paying so much tax to bludgers and benes that they will vote Labour out!

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        • Sadly, it looks likely that the CoL will get one more term. Their flustercuck policies that they’re implementing aren’t really going to bite until 2021-3; there appears to be enough drag in the economy for them to coast on until then.

          If ACT were to win in 2020 with National and the New Conservatives as minor parties, they might have the wherewithal to reverse the impending disaster. I wouldn’t trust National to do it. Their record of reversing Labour policies is dismal. (Admittedly, NC are untested but I don’t want to live in a theocracy).

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          • If they are in a coalition with ACT and the NC’s they might be forced to do a bit of repealing.

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          • …..”NC are untested but I don’t want to live in a theocracy”……

            Vote for the New Conservatives & that’s what you’ll get. There’s nothing fiscally conservative about them.

            What they want is God, suffering, God, a return to the religion saturated 1950s, God & mother’s homemade apple pie.

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            • They want to block porn. Just a different flavour of Ardern’s type of authoritarian control.

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      • Wouldn’t surprise me one bit, it would be the only thing those 2 got right since being foist into our lives, a bitter drunken dwarf & a socialist trash fire that leads a pitifully incompetent mob what could possibly go wrong eh

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    • Do not concern yourself comrade. it is all part of Dear Leader’s plan to lead you and your loved ones into the enlightenment of a wonderful socialist nirvana. First we break down society and then we will allow you to work for the state under the loving scrutiny of Dear Leader’s gaze.

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      • Well to be fair to dear comrade society was already becoming a bit of a weird cesspit, what her and her retarded ilk have done is light a fuse for the layabouts activists and fringe freaks to all have an equal voice in how this country is run and to push whatever agenda they have cos yaknow feelz n stuff and they will gladly watch while NZ burns to achieve wellbeing for all

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        • All the agreeableness and concern Cindy virtue signalled to every grasping lobby group that taxpayer funds are available for everyone, all they have to do is ask. She has effectively dropped the drawbridge and left the coffers open for anyone who had a grievance, unions, feelz disadvantaged, is needy or disgruntled activists and their numerous causes. The only group not included appears to be the actual hardworking taxpayers who don’t have families to claim their WFF.

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      • Started to watch a doco on North Korea last night and quickly changed channels as Kim reminded me of the mad queen.

        Be very afraid….

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    • 40 complaints eh potentially 40 more vacant houses to come in Jacindas dob in a landlord new world order to be followed by more breathless reporting on how few homes are available to rent, yet their war on landlords continues unabated, its gone well beyond the law of unintended consequences its now economic vandalism which bizarrely only really hurts her voter base

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          • And? Labour will then go on about those nasty landlords being far-right and that those landlords are deliberately preventing Labour’s constituents from living in the socialist nirvana.

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            • I would expect that the Tenanvy Tribunal would imediatly order the tenants to vacate within 24hrs!

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    • Narayanan said it took strong community leadership, by mostly volunteers, to achieve a message of peace and solidarity, when the affected communities could easily have resorted to rioting or protesting.

      Isn’t the Europan community the most affected, by diversity?

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    • Was Dame Susan made redundant? How weird that there has been no one wanting the money.

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      • Her term came to an end.
        A year without has been running more smoothly than filling the race relations slot with another virtue signalling idiot.

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    • Why bother we have Gower Nippert & co running around looking under beds for white supremacists and a media that promotes racial segregation at every opportunity because haters & wreckers dont exist on the left as we all know do we really need an overpaid clown making inane comments on the outrage of the day

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    • Right RM but the billion tree plan was a response to NZF election funding from the forest industry who have always struggled to meet their own planting requirements. As that grand plan fails like Kiwibuild as the nefs wont get off the couch. Planting natives is the new alternative as they can be planted anywhere on public land but have some major drawback to getting any significant emissions offset. There very slow growth rate meaning their aesthetic benefits take a long time to be seen as well as it being illegal to cut down.
      Interestingly even back in the day there was a constant vacancy listed for silver-culture workers but don’t recall any enquirers. Fast forward to today few will be surprised the forest industry is still struggling with replanting. So much so they are pushing the Government to be able to bring in foreign workers. Meanwhile the slowing economy is creating another unintended consequence for the PGF as Jones struggles to throw cash around in the regions.

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    • I’d say that 50,000 muslims (and their off spring) are far more of a threat than a few white supremacists!
      We need more Europeans to stand up for New Zealand.

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    • “Paul Spoonley, who has stepped down as pro-vice chancellor of Massey’s college of humanities and social sciences after being awarded a fellowship to study in Germany, said he had encountered “a lot of respect” in academic and research circles there for the way New Zealand had responded to the attacks”.

      So Mr Multicultural NZ is off to Germany on some junket fellowship undoubtedly awarded by some left wing think tank.
      Who are the media going to run to now when they need some gushing support for our multicultural utopia?.

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      • Spoonley has been relentless in pushing for immigration
        He seems to be using every angle to shut down good discussion and debate on it.

        https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/82005908/national-portrait-paul-spoonley-diversity-expert

        “In ways that were hard to predict, we have become not just diverse, but “superdiverse”. Nice word but what it does mean?

        “Superdiversity is a term coined by a friend of mine, Steve Vertovec​, who is a director at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, to signal countries and especially cities that exceeded a threshold of 25 per cent of a population from minority, ethnic and immigrant communities.”

        It seems that Spoonley set up a nice good income.

        The full title of the German institute Spoonley refers to is: the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Spoonley is a senior visiting fellow at the institute.
        Is Merkel getting the migration concepts from Spoonley?
        So when the UN migration Pact starts to flow, then the word “superdiversity” will have to be updated.

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        • Can anyone name a “superdiversity” city that has not become a shithole? London, Malmo, Brussels for example. Is this what we really want for Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington?
          There is a growing recognition of the fact that multiculturalism is an experiment which has failed spectacularly, why can’t our politicians see it?

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          • Because Cindy has stated that “they are one of us” Who are we to go against her “Captains call”
            Even the useless Nats agree with her.

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    • Best to get a phone just for the trip then? What is China’s tourism like? Who goes?

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    • What do you think Windows 10 is?
      What do you think Google is?
      What do you think Facebook is?

      As a rule of thumb the Chinese spy via hardware, firmware.
      The Yanks spy via addons, browser, and operating system.
      The Russians don’t even count.
      They are busy trying to get Novichok into perfume bottles (courtesy of T May) 🙂

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  3. Some people complain about anything:

    Mighty Ape isn’t restricting who it sells alcohol-free beer to, and some observers say that’s socially irresponsible.

    Mark Fidler, a wine industry worker from Tauranga…

    Fidler said he found the sale of the alcohol-free beer concerning and “anyone of any age with access to the internet can jump on their website and order it”.

    Chief marketing officer at Mighty Ape Gracie MacKinlay said there were no licensing issues around zero alcohol beer, and Asahi Dry Zero was a no-alcohol beverage.

    Alcohol Watch executive director Dr Nicki Jackson said the main issue was the branding of non-alcoholic beer and other similar drinks to look like alcoholic products.

    “They look identical, and we’ve been very concerned for a long time that although these are a positive shift towards lowering our drinking culture they do increase the branding of alcohol to young people.”

    “So we would be concerned if these were marketed to young people or even if young people were exposed to this alcohol branding.

    “Mighty Ape would be publicly available. For any other website you would have to enter your date of birth before entering the site. That’s the law if you’re selling alcohol and these things look like alcohol,” Jackson said.

    So, selling a non-alcoholic product is a problem? I personally wouldn’t buy it but so what? Mighty Ape is not selling alcohol to minors. It seems a like a non-story to me except for some whiners complaining for some bizarre and illogical reason.

    (From somewhere in the bowels of Get Stuffed).

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    • There was, a few years ago, a bit of a loophole. Anybody selling liquor online that has a brick store has to check your age. If you don’t have a brick store you are golden, can sell to Little Jimmy buying with his moms credit card and having it home delivered. It may have been changed by now.

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      • There was a song and dance made about it a few years ago when some outfit didn’t have enough to prevent minors from ordering booze.

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  4. Obese patients stuck in hospital because nowhere suitable for discharge
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/393841/obese-patients-stuck-in-hospital-because-nowhere-suitable-for-discharge
    “Four severely overweight patients have been stuck at Middlemore Hospital for months because there is nowhere suitable for them to be discharged to.
    The DHB’s chair Mark Gosche said the cases were a symptom of the severe pressure Middlemore is under from an obesity crisis.
    There were 36,000 morbidly obese people in its community – more than double the number of any other DHB.
    Diabetes specialist Robyn Toomath said it was tragic for those involved.
    Obesity is very heavily stigmatised and this surely must be a profoundly stigmatising experience for these people”.

    The diversity dividend paying handsomely in South Auckland with parts of the health system effectively grinding to a halt due to an epidemic of fat blobs from the Islands clogging up beds.
    However it’s not their fault of course that they have stuffed so many mutton flaps and tins of corn beef in their useless gobs that they can no longer walk, they are suffering from stigma which is holding them back apparently.
    Bullshit,if you had any inch of self respect you would not be like this in the first place so shame is not on their radar I’m afraid.
    Remind me again how much the Pasifica community “enrich” NZ.

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  5. Just forklift them outside and leave them there.
    I’d hate to be a nurse or doctor having to deal with such people.
    As you say – n self esteem
    And we are not allowed to FAT SHAME them.

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    • Ban the family from bringing in food for them!
      Only allowed to eat hospital food, they will soon roll themselves out the door!

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    • Funny D as there was a big fuss made about the arrival of a PI PLUS sized model arriving in NZ. All they really needed to do was find one from the numbers queuing up at most fast food outlets.

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  6. Worried, scared and frustrated: South Auckland dealing with string of shootings
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/393852/worried-scared-and-frustrated-south-auckland-dealing-with-string-of-shootings
    “A South Auckland leader says residents are fed up with gun violence in the area and want more police patrolling their streets”.

    So the answer to this problem is more police apparently.
    I thought the obvious solution was to stop importing low IQ savages from Shitholeastan who then end up trying to eat each other.

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  7. The Rascist program last night.
    Why do we have so many Maori programs on tv 1 and tv3 and yet we have a whole Channel for Maori (paid by us)

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  8. There is a half Maori guy on Magic Talk complaing about lack of jobs for Maori, automation etc.
    They need to look at themselves, and turn up for work, don’t take sick days, or tangi leave and employers may keep employing them.

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  9. Cash-strapped parents stressed about providing food – report
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/393838/cash-strapped-parents-stressed-about-providing-food-report
    “One in five children are living in households where putting food on the table is a struggle, according to a new report from the Ministry of Health.
    Children in food-insecure households had poorer health and nutrition, higher rates of being overweight or obesity, as well as behavioural or developmental difficulties.
    Massey University lecturer Rebekah Graham said a lack of money leaves some families opting for cheaper, starchy food, over fresh meat and vegetables”.

    You hear this argument so often that obesity and poor nutrition is a result of poverty it is mind numbing.
    All you have to do is go to any dairy or fast food outlet near a school in a so called “deprived” area and watch what all the kids buy.
    Pies, doughnuts, chips, soft drink, energy drinks, chocolate and more all at dairy prices which are hugely inflated.
    If their parents gave a single fuck they could have gone to a supermarket and bought twice as much good food for the same price as all the crap from the dairy but hey lets not blame the parents as they are just victims of exploitative behaviour from unscrupulous retailers right!.

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      • None of the lazy bastards work so they’ve got all day to get off their fat fucking arses and dig a garden.

        Then they can have vegetables (and fruit if they plant trees) on tap and I can have my tax money back.

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    • Rubbish. My old mother could feed 6 of us on the smell of an oily rag and veges out of her garden. I have the skills to do the same. It’s all about taking the time to cook meals from scratch and not send the kids down to collect the local fast food. Don’t try to sell me the propaganda that it is cheaper for families to buy crap food than make it themselves. It’s just easier and a lack of motivation.

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      • Do they still have home economics, we had it at intermediate when the boys went to woodwork and metalwork, we had cooking and sewing. Not that I really do either lol No domestic goddess here.

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        • I don’t think so. No woodwork either.
          I got told off by the home economics teacher at the age of 11 for daring to crimp the pastry edging on my pie without first being informed by her how to do it. That was the start of me despising belittling, know-it-all teachers. ?

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        • No I’m sure home economics and woodwork etc will have been abolished long ago on the basis it’s sexist and enforces gender stereotypes.
          They will have been replaced by much more enlightened subjects such as Maori Astronomy and Intersexuality Studies.

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  10. Its just that junk food is easy to prepare and no dishes.
    And it tastes better than an apple.
    I’m not a fan of fruit and veges or cooking, but i do try to limit myfood intake.

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  11. I don’t folow rugby,or tv news, but did you notice that the woke media had bugger all about the crusaders win!

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      • Some days i almost wish i bothered with sookbook & twitr just to see the outrage brigade in action this would have been one of those times

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      • Did they? I wasn’t even aware of the pageantry around the franchise, but I am sure that it added to the experience and I am glad if they continued with it and got wider support.

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    • These cultural reports are a complete scam because in reality they are nothing of the sort.
      Talking about an offenders dysfunctional upbringing and childhood abuse is not cultural as this can be the normal childhood story of offenders from European backgrounds as well as other races.
      They want these publicly funded again because some so called Maori academics are on a very nice earner thanks very much and are not going to get off the gravy train without a fight.

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  12. The Government announcement on family funding care is “false hope” disability advocate says. With a decision of the court from 18 months ago on Diane Moody who won a historic case against the Ministry of Health and still hasn’t recieved any money yet.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/government-announcement-family-funded-care-false-hope-disability-advocate-says-v1
    The Justice Minister has been going on about Google not complying with decisions of the Court, the Minister of Health hasn’t been complying with a decision of the court from 18 months ago either.

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    • The Google one is something that Little can do with a ‘frowny face’ on. For the other, it’s in his (or team) court to do and that involves doing actual work. IOW the former is easy, the latter is harder.

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    • Look out Paula how dare you say anything against our hijabi highness, i can see the headline now Far right National deputy denies climate change is real why wont they think of the children , good to see she ditched the hair style as well

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      • Go Paula, tell it like it is.
        If these cities are announcing climate ’emergencies’ then they must all shut down their airports, close down the roads and ban all non-renewable heating systems.

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        • A good point. They should lead from the top and tun off all the heating in their council buildings, and all walk or cycle to work.

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  13. Wellbeing of Pacific climate migrants to be studied
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/393847/wellbeing-of-pacific-climate-migrants-to-be-studied
    “A study has been commissioned to examine the mental health needs of Pacific Islanders forced to leave their homes by the climate crisis.
    Auckland University’s Jemaima Tiatia-Seath, co-head of the School of Māori and Pacific Studies, has been granted about $US400,000 for the three year study from the Health Research Council of New Zealand”.

    That’s a real nice little sum you managed to scam out of the tax payer for some bullshit research about the mental health of so called climate change refugees(aka economic migrants).
    WTF is Maori and Pacific Studies anyway?.
    Looking at new ways to build slum shacks without using corrugated iron maybe?, or possibly how to use a corn beef tin as a toilet instead of shitting on the beach?.
    Useless troughers.

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    • Unbelievable.
      For a start no one has been forced to leave their island due to climate change.
      Four hundred thousand just to keep one Maori person in a job fro three years!
      What about the other 100,000 unemployed Shane, and Sepuloni and Jackson and Ardern.

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    • WTF is Maori and Pacific Studies anyway?.
      Simply a way to use some academic bollocks to continue the neverending gravy train
      “The whole idea about this study is for communities themselves to come up with solutions, to come up with the issues they consider important,” she said”
      bloody hell 400K and they want everyone else to do the work

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    • Just keeping us all safe from the stazi in our government Kea
      Not an army, just a list of words that if used will send the comment to moderation automatically.
      Clever aye?

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      • There are phrases that WordPress doesn’t like either. I don’t think Holy managed to uncover the location of those. Mine involved the first dictator of the USSR and his riches. When the words were used, the post went into moderation. Both Holy and I could trigger WordPress repeatedly.

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    • Feel better Viking. Hot homemade lemon drink with honey and whisky. Fix you right up and it tastes great! Lemon season in full swing.

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    • I had to laugh, friend of presidents etc but clearly wasn’t a Republican because it would have been shouted out and weirdly Clinton was named before Trump.

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  14. So in that case Pakeha should be a banned word.
    It is not an English word.
    And its a word invented by Maori to refer to European people.
    Just like the n word was.

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    • You notice I haven’t deleted the n word used by melahi or MH. It’s all to do with how it is being used. To call someone a N is not okay but to talk about it is. After all its a word in the dictionary. “A contemptuous term for a black or dark-skinned person”

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  15. That Auckland Councillor banging on about a Firework ban…
    Fireworks should go in this country of diversity!
    Fuck her.
    I never asked for the diversity.
    They are using diversity to push all of their Argendas.
    Its a English European tradition for over 400 years!

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  16. In response to Kea, I replied ‘s/nigger’ then got the arse by the looks of it. FFS, I have a black dog that I call n****r, and I have half a dozen golliwogs hanging around my condo plus some black and white minstrels. The snowflakes would have a breakdown and would need to be rushed off to their safe space if they called in here.

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  17. the co is getting worse by the day. Guaranteed loss of votes.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503343&objectid=12247727&fbclid=IwAR1cYDQ96kl037Y_GhPn4nVinTooEmX98esoham9VE856jv4tIfduCt7ots
    The New Zealand Transport Agency has announced that a new pedestrian and cycle underpass will not be constructed as part of the Baypark to Bayfair Link project (Bay Link).

    NZ Transport Agency senior project delivery manager Andrew Thackwray said evidence gathered as part of the detailed design process has confirmed the construction of an underpass would be highly complex.

    This will go down like a cup of cold sick especially when the council and NZRA have been spending like a one-armed bank teller on cycleways.

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  18. I remember once being at a celebrity livestock auction where I bought a sheep. I saw Shane Jones talking to Billy T James & I was lucky enough to get in the middle of them for a picture.

    There I was, clown to the left of me, joker to the right, stuck in the middle with ewe.

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  19. I had Magic Talk on in the background just now and in the news I heard something about a muslim council being formed!
    This is what happens when they get enough of their won into a western country.
    We have Philipino associations, but they don’t want special concessions and Philipino law!

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  20. Bus patronage up Bayfair to Te Puke

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-of-plenty-times/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503343&objectid=12247579

    Bus trip have gone up from 5000 last year to 9,000 in the same 3 months of this year.
    Sounds good, til you do the maths.
    That is only 100 trips a day
    There are 14 bus trips a day, so that is 7 people on each bus.

    Admittedly that is more than I see around Greerton during the week, which by my obstructed viewing due to military strength tinted glass is about 3 people, one of which is the driver.

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    • Its one of the Cols major plans coming to fruition get them into public transport even if they have to make the poor poorer their will must be implemented

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    • Good on Graeme Edgeler for not letting the smarmy wanker away with it.

      Yet why do we need any name suppression? If the USA can administer justice without it then why can’t a tinpot country at the arse end of the world do the same?

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      • How bizarre that they repeatedly open their mouths on subjects that they are ignorant of.

        “I am not aware of the reasons for the suppression order this case, nor would it be appropriate for me to know. Any breach of a suppression order undermines justice for victims and offenders.

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    • Maybe Tiggywinkless Wildlife Hospital can treat our resident blackbird for diarrhoea as it is shitting quantity all over our windows. ?

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      • Probably lucky that the curry was on the outside.

        It must have been funny when they thought that they had found a phoenix from Harry Potter.

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    • “As part of its response to the complaint, Stuff said Mr Haumaha had acted inappropriately during an interview by allegedly saying to the reporter, who is Māori, “I would expect the support of some of our Māori journalists”.

      How many chances does Haumaha get?

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      • Haumaha claims to be Maori but he doesn’t display much knowledge of what makes them tick.

        Being “Maori” is a recent construct hammered together to advance Treaty claims against the Pakeha. Real Tangata Whenua are tribal & no interviewer is going to give a representative of a rival Iwi the time of day.

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      • The “religious loons of Israel” are like religious loons everywhere……stark raving mad……just like those of Saudi Arabia & Iran. They’re peas in a pod.

        The major difference is that the Mullahs of Iran have let their irrational hatred of the US (the Great Satan) to blind themselves to reality & the wishes/needs of the people they repress.

        We rightly ridicule our idiot PM for openly showing her contempt for Trump & the US. What the fuck is different when the theocratic rulers of Iran do the same?

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      • I guess, I ended up looking at her as a ‘person’ after the conversation you had with Kea.

        And I have never really thought about the attraction dynamics of lesbians or anyone else for that matter, now that I have thought about it lol.

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    • So easy for pre-election promises when you don’t think you have a snowballs chance in hell of being elected. Without Winston Peters Labour would have been tucked up in the opposition office suite with Cindy stretching her talents to making scones for morning tea. Now people are starting to hold them to account. What to do now?!

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  21. Long Live Poland, Myanmar, Slovakia and Hungary.
    Even China is doing its anti-muslim bit

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    • Yes but jews are useful, creative, productive people.
      Whereas muslims follow an evil legal system

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    • Unicorns are vicious animals, with teeth that bite, hoofs to kick and trample, and a horn to stab you.

      A llama is proportionately a much smaller animal, no teeth on the top plate. More likely just to spit. 🙂

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