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  1. Re. The vaccine works great.Greta Thunberg.
    Greta Thunberg the world’s most fucked up teenager.
    She is the female version of James two mum’s what a perfect match for each other.
    The best thing they can do for the world is
    shut the fuck up.
    Hypocritical Turds the pair of them.

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    • Greta is a misanthrope, so of course she would think the vaccine works great, because it’s killing humans.
      Misanthrope: A person who hates or distrusts mankind.

      She the living embodiment of the logic of Skynet in Terminator. “The planet must be saved and mankind is a disease. The cure is to eradicate the disease i.e. mankind.”

      Machines are only as good as the rules and logic programmed into it. If Skynet/terminator ever happened it would be because some misanthropic sicko like Greta hacked the code and put in misanthropic code.

      The Covid mRNA (programmed) vaccines are the new Skynet. Those who are waging war right now by killing off unwanted populations with the vaccines, are also sicko misanthropes.

      Socrates once stated: “Misology and misanthropy arise from similar causes.”
      Misology: “A hatred of meaningful debate, reasoning, or enlightenment.”

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  2. Want to get the population to comply?
    Step 1. Get “experts” to create a scary model.
    Step 2. Propose a solution to “save” everyone.
    Step 3. Pay off big business and the media.
    Step 4. Propose a final solution for those who do not comply.

    Example. A new scary model has be developed to justify the vaccination of school children.

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  3. Poor Greta. Her puritanical enforcement of greenism is a cope for a shitty childhood and absent parents. Her play acting on her victimhood creates an infinite vacuum which replaces her childhood loss. Swedes are messed up. Her yacht was a gift of the Rothschilds. She a pawn.

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    • The police car ‘Parade’ on Melbourne streets.

      He’s right.
      Melbourne is a prison.
      And how many undercover cops are there???
      Victoria police are an absolute disgrace.

      https://gab.com/White__Rabbit/posts/106980346384867010
      2 mins 55 secs WhiteRabbit.

      The absolute state of Australia.
      Man nearly gets arrested for carrying a protest sign and telling everyone that families are starving.
      Doughnut eating stasi scum couldn’t catch him though 😂

      https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/085/767/428/original/87c74a88a239010d.mp4
      43 secs
      Freedom

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      • It’s absolutely out of control. I am amazed the bread and butter copper is willing to do this. I feel for the protesters, certainly NOT the poooooooo lice, they are scum of the earth. I hope that there will be consequences for the cops that have beaten and harassed people during this lockdown. Probably not though. It’s a humiliation on Victoria they were once the most corrupt cop force in the Southern Hemisphere, looks like nothing has changed at all. I thought they may have straightened themselves out. They were out for blood and the filming of this tyranny is a disgrace on Melbourne.

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      • “Melbourne is a prison.”

        New Sci-Fi film as a sequel in the series:
        “Escape from New York.”
        “Escape from L.A.”
        “Escape from Melbourne.”

        Production costs will be low, because they have all the background footage they need.

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  4. Well now stuff have fucked up again. More fear porn on the front page.
    Passports are becoming the latest fashion.
    Fuck have these people no idea of the consequeb=nces etc.

    the olfd syaing there’s and idiot born everyday.
    seems like most kiwi’s born in the last 40 years were born fucking idiots.

    and looking at the deaqth toll.
    There’s more dead from bashings and murders than I can ever recall.
    Always with these shit head marxist Govt.’s. Not even Labour.

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  5. Judith getting back on track?>
    National Party leader Judith Collins says she is happy to talk to the media, as long as she gets to discuss “important issues”.

    Collins pulled out of her weekly appearance on RNZ’s Morning Report, after learning it intended to ask about the departure of three staff members from her office.

    RNZ’s line of questioning was inappropriate, Collins told The Country’s Jamie Mackay.

    “It is simply not acceptable to have the state-owned broadcaster wanting to talk about individual staff members and I will not do so. It is a breach of their privacy and it is not something that any of them have signed up to – so absolutely not.”

    Collins had also cancelled her appearance on Newshub Nation this weekend.

    “I’m very clear about this. If I’m going to spend the time and opportunity to talk to New Zealanders about important issues, I expect they will be important issues.”

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/judith-collins-on-cancelled-interviews-and-that-35-per-cent-remark/6U7X3PC5KA3SZ5JDX4VMD4ME3M/

    Yeah,
    Now this will piss of the wanky so-called interviewers who are nothing more than useless social mouth pieces. Its about time we had real conversations about what the Govt. has and is doing.

    Perhaps they will revisit things like covid jabs and passports and guns.

    Well spring is here and we can dream I guess.

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    • Viking@0626

      Interesting, but as the Nats are now largely ‘purple’ and neo-marxist in all but name, I can’t see Judith maintaining her position; she simply won’t be allowed-to ‘cos it will ‘offend’ someone (in the media?).

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    • Unfortunately, Judith has failed to fire. She can’t even get cut through with most incompetent govt NZ has known, who are fucking up every single day. She has a habit of sticking her foot in it, and giving ammo to a hostile media, who are only too happy to give her all the wrong headlines. Muller and Kaye have a lot to answer for. Bridges had National on mid-40’s prior to covid. Of course Ardern was going to soar as she played guardian angel. National should have just battened down the hatches, and got on with trying to be an effective opposition.

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      • What a complete fuckwit Muller is.
        He was five years in Parliament and had no idea of what was required to be leader of the opposition
        – and, 4 months out from an election he made a move for this role.
        That he still struts around clueless in 2021 is a reflection of his 100% immersion in fuckwitedness!

        Then of course, more than half the Notional caucus voted for this mentally deranged, overgrown bimbo.
        So they need to own it, collectively .
        They are where they are because of how they behave.
        Not the voters fault.
        It is theirs (Notional MPs) and theirs alone.

        That they allowed a wrecker like Matthew Whooton to influence them shows the caucus was a pretty sick puppy and just clueless about politics.
        MMP has allowed lots of drifters and dreamers in on the list (in all parties) so they do not have to fight a life and death election every three years and therefore are just not sharp.
        Even if they fight for an electorate seat they can get back in on the list eg Bishop.

        Notional MPs are such dumbarzes that they allowed themselves to be goaded by the media (who are more correctly referred to as the ‘media party ‘ – in coalition with Liebour).
        This also shows the post-2011 batch of Notional MPs are not really fit to lead.
        Goaded by the media filth- their avowed enemy- and they still could not see it.
        (N) MPs were leaking to them last year and still are a year after the 2020 election .
        They seemed to learn nothing from the embarrassment that Peter Dunne suffered when led on by vixen Vance.
        Dumb diddly dumb dumb.

        Sure Notional MPs may be ‘not as bad ‘ and not as dumb as the Liebour caucus members but they are, nonetheless, pretty daft.
        I mean they wanted dozy Toddy Muller to lead them into an election. Duh!
        And, quite frankly, the Green pardy MPs are way sharper at politics than pretty much any Notional MP.
        While Goodfellow remains president the sickness will continue.

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    • Seymour is being tolerated by media as he is a bit geeky, He wants so desperately to be accepted by the media that despises him. Dancing with the stars, sums him up. He is being used as bait to destroy the effeminised Nationals. A 100 year old party, destroyed by graft, and suicide Seymour.

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  6. Time this tart was stood down as well.
    We can’t have people spreading disinformation and that’s what a lot of this is.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/the-90-project-10-of-the-biggest-vaccine-myths-debunked/J3GAVRTRTG2KH3RC5GLGTULAIA/

    Mind you whats the point. all those vaccinated will be so for 3-5 months and have to start again. By the time they are 10 years older we will have spent so much buying Phizers shit that the country will be owned by them because we can’t pay the bill.

    Oh and with the new rules around house loans no one will be able to buy a house.
    Wrtitten of course by a broke fucking journo.
    It’s important to note that these CCCFA changes are a good thing for homebuyers. Borrowing hundreds of thousands of dollars should require that applicants have a good understanding of where their money goes every month. Not just an understanding, at that, but to actually practice good money management.

    For first home buyers, both changes will seem overwhelming. But there are practical steps low deposit Kiwis can take to minimise the effect of the new LVR restrictions on their application:
    https://www.oneroof.co.nz/news/40203

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  7. They’ve definitely gone full retard on the unvaccinated on the news this morning. They even rolled out Susanna Wiles to blame anyone who isn’t complying for everything that has ever gone wrong. After that we were then blessed with the latest Hendy prediction. At least he only came up with 7000 deaths this time. All of us unvaccinated ones are going to have to put more effort into helping poor Shaun with his prediction he’s 6999 behind at the moment. On the bright side, a customer who came in yesterday reckons she can get hold of Ivermectin pills. Will keep you all posted.

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    • If the government actually offered a benefit like global freedom for getting the clotshot instead of promising a punishment (no bars/resteraunts and parliament ) only a little worse than the level 2/3 that everyone will endure for the next year because robbo spent the borrowed covid money willynilly instead of beefing up the hospitals.

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    • You only need the Ivermectin if you catch the rona and not many people are.
      I mean, patient zero (or thereabouts) was all over the Coromandel for days interacting and his germies seem to have been blown away to south America.
      The delta rona did not want to hang about on trendies and greenies on the peninsula !

      Not only is it tricky, it is also fussy.
      Frankly, I think the rona likes fast food and attaches itself to bearers of that when it can’t find old people (83+) to knock off !!
      It has been an active wee germie in the USA and less so in Asia

      (That theory is probably better than any of Shorn Trendy’s ones)

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  8. https://news.gab.com/2021/09/22/the-beginnings-of-a-new-parallel-economy-on-gab/

    Cool. Now I’m not bothered by the Christian emphasis as I’m a big boy and can tolerate this as opposed to marism and communisim and Muslim and outright terror.

    Have read.
    For the month of September we have been running an invite-only beta test of Gab Ads with hand-picked advertisers of all shapes and sizes. We tried our best to pick a wide variety of businesses and services that best reflect our community and represent a budding new parallel economy on Gab.

    Our advertisers are newly established businesses, small business owners, well established businesses, politicians, a famous rock band, and a Christian crowdfunding site that is an alternative to GoFundMe

    ————–
    And they are setting up against the shit heads at go fund me that cancel anything someone complains about.

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  9. It’s a pity Cindy didn’t put as much effort into pushing the measles vaccine a while back before her and Ash exported it to Samoa. How many did that fuck up kill? And they wonder why anyone with a brain doesn’t trust them.

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    • 81 Dead babies in Samoa .
      Most under 4 years of age.
      plus some in Fiji and Tonga

      Interesting that in Samoa they implemented a regime of going door to door to immunise !!

      So, was this a deliberate trial run for Western countries?
      Strong possibility.
      Remember the main conduit for the event was BloomFAILED taking over at MOH in June 2018
      He is an alumni of WHO
      Very suspect.

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  10. Same will happen in nz in a few short years. https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/uknews/uk-petrol-stations-warn-of-fuel-shortages-due-to-lack-of-hgv-drivers/ar-AAOK4MD

    Theres no shortage of drivers, theres just a shortage of drivers willing to work for the pittance being offered esp if one needs to be vaxxed to work.
    They blame the lack of foriegn drivers which means very cheap labour.
    Usa has same problem with lots of drivers but not many willing to do it for minimum wage.

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    • A few short years, more hints of it now in NZ.

      I have seen this a few too many times here in some smaller towns in NZ.
      The gas station people saying it is just a glitch in the deliveries, and sure they will be jumping up & down, and usually with in 24 hours they will get some.
      Not too bad yet.
      The fuel delivery system has been re-prioritizing, and not staying on their normal schedule plus keeping quiet.

      Also blame that a few “long haul trucks” came through and cleaned them out.
      So was the normal truck stop way down the road cleaned out too?

      At this stage the next town has got fuel, but just wait when one of those gas stations has run out, and word gets out. then every one starts the chase down on the next one still pumping.

      Always keeping my tanks pressed up now.

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  11. hey patriots…..I hope you all have signed the petition on change.org – for The Resignation of Jacinda Ardern as New Zealanders Prime Minister……39,000 so far and rising as we speak……lets push this along

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  12. “Here is a simple explanation for what this incompetent govt are proposing for their 3 Waters so called reforms.
    • You have an asset that you and your family has spent decades paying for
    • You pay a small fee each year to pay for the upkeep of the asset to be able to use it
    • Someone comes and tells you that they will buy your asset for 10% of its value but you will still be able to use it
    • They tell you that they will pay you in 3 years the 10% value of the asset
    • They then tell you they are going to borrow the funds to pay you in 3 years but you are going to have to pay them for the loan, the interest and the team of people they will put in place to manage the asset because you are going to use it. So in short you are paying for your asset twice
    • They also point out that they are going to have to charge you 10x the amount you paid each year for the upkeep of your asset
    • They are going to give away half of the asset to someone else who has the ability to change the outcome to suit their own agenda which inevitably is going to cost you more money…….
    And they tell us this is a really good idea and totally for your benefit……
    Your Government in action working for that team of 5 million…unless you do the math and work out that its only the 15% proportional part of our population that will end up financially controlling the asset that you have already paid for… you will pay again and again and again.”

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  13. There was a mouse that used to stop by a neighbourhood tavern every night…

    Like clockwork, at 5:15 pm that screen door would kick open and if you looked closely you’d see that crazy little mouse. He’d sprint to his bar stool, spin around the pole on one arm and hop right up to the cushion with a big shit-eating grin. High fives with the bartender. “Gimme a beer, Sam!” “Sure thing, Mouse!” Their usual routine before the small talk.

    One Friday, Mouse hops onto his stool, sips his first beer and looks sideways down the bar. There, at the very end, is this really cute Giraffe. She sees Mouse, looks away a second, then looks back and smiles. Blink, blink. Damn, those big long eyelashes. She is adorable.

    Mouse whispers, “Sam! Who’s that?” The bartender explains she just came in awhile ago all by herself. Seems lonely.

    Mouse sends her a drink. Giraffe smiles again. Blink, blink. Damn, those big long eyelashes. She is adorable.

    Mouse whispers, “Sam! Who’s that?” The bartender explains she just came in awhile ago all by herself. Seems lonely.

    Mouse sends her a drink. Giraffe smiles again. Blink, blink.

    Minutes later, Mouse shinnies down his stool and climbs up the stool next to the Giraffe. They sit there for an hour, then two, laughing and drinking, having a wonderful time.

    Suddenly, Mouse and Giraffe get up and leave the bar together.

    The next evening at the bar, 5:15 comes and passes. No Mouse.

    Then 6:00. Then 6:30. Very unusual; Sam is concerned.Around 7 pm, there is an odd thwack against the screen door. Then another. The door shakes and eventually opens a bit and in stumbles Mouse. He is moving slow. His ears curl down, clothes and hair are a mess.

    Mouse struggles to climb to the top of the stool and when he finally gets there he sits silently, head in his hands. Sam lays a beer down and doesn’t say anything. Mouse looks like shit.

    Finally, Sam can’t resist. He says “Mouse, what in the world happened to you?”

    Mouse takes a big pull off his beer. Finally says, “Sam, remember that Giraffe from last night? The one I left with?”

    Sam replies, “Yeah, of course, Mouse. What happened?”

    Mouse rolls his eyes, pauses and says, “Oh man, Sam. Between the kissing and the fucking I must have run 400 miles last night.”

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    • Thank you Nasska, that gave me a good laugh this morning, I thought it would be fine today but once again global warming is not here, droughts are not here, the park where I took the dogs walking this morning is so under water its a bog. I am sitting here having coffee watching/reading what is going on in the world and felt like this is shit, and then got to your joke and laughed and laughed. That was the crack that let the light get it. Thanks to Leonard Coen for that wisdom, as its just a crack that is letting in the light these days.

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      • Morning Lizzie, don’t let the turkeys get you down. I’m very sad with the obvious agenda to turn NZ into a shit hole and spontaneously weep at the hideousness black hearted dross that hold power but I won’t let them have my soul so refuse to let them keep me depressed. Hopefully people wake up soon. Chin up and enjoy the beautiful sunshine in the Waikato and give your dogs an extra hug.
        Do you know where the ‘Thunder Down Under’ protest is being held in Hamilton on 2 October?

        Yes bloody good joke nasska. 🤣. You’re doing gods work. 😇

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    • This morning I sent the following email to my local MP Simon Watts at 6:55 am:

      Hi Simon,

      I would like to obtain a copy of the formal advice Dr Bloomfield gave to the Government regarding the recent closures of COVID hotspots.

      Could you please advise how I may obtain this.

      Best,

      Rissole

      At 8:37 am I received a reply:

      Kia ora Allan,

      I’ve had a look at the inquiry you made to Simon about getting the official advice Dr Bloomfield gave to cabinet regarding hotspots.

      The best way to get that information would be to request it directly from the Ministry of Health via the Official Information Act

      https://www.health.govt.nz/about-ministry/contact-us/official-information-act-requests

      You can request any document simply by describing it, such as “any and all advice provided by the Director General of Health to cabinet on closing covid-19 hotspots from xx date to xx date”

      They must provide that information within 20 working days unless otherwise noted before then

      I hope that helps, please let us know if there’s any way we can assist further

      thanks

      Jack Boltar | Policy, Research, Communications Advisor
      Office of Simon Watts
      Member of Parliament for North Shore
      Parliament House | Wellington 6021 | New Zealand
      Mobile +64 21 168 1328 | DDI 04 817 8380| jack.boltar@parliament.govt.nz

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  14. They say that good times make weak men.
    We have had good times in the Far East and the West since the 1980s. Certainly in Japan, the boom began back in the early 1950s, with the start of the long period of high economic growth. Every year was better than the last. Salaries increased. Consumer products became more obtainable. Overseas travel emerged. The price of land and houses only even went up.

    For Chinese, it’s the same since the reforms of the early 1980s. Just like the economic boom times of Japan (from 1952 to 1992). Any Chinese who was an adult in the 1970s and can remember the hard times under Mao would have to be in their 70s today. The younger Chinese who graduated from college in the 1980s (they are in their 50s now) have only ever known year after year of economic growth.

    Perhaps the same in New Zealand.

    I was taught as a child by men and women who had known the horrors of war in terms of near starvation, fire bombing, government propaganda, the secret police, the neighbourhood informer networks, and generous American aid during the occupation. Some of my teachers had even served in the IJA or IJN (the younger ones for whom the Pacific War ended early enough to spare them combat).

    I dare say that some of you YSB gentlemen and ladies who went to school in the 1960s would recall having a math teacher who was ex-Airforce, or even a headmaster who had seen action in North Africa.

    Those strong men taught us well. They knew totalitarianism first hand.

    Who are the teachers of the children of this decade? What do they know of the horrors of totalitarianism and the all-powerful all-seeing State? Maybe they look upon Big Brother with loving affection and expect their students to do the same.

    It is up to you to teach your children (and grandchildren) well.

    This is what I understand “Lest We Forget” to mean.

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  15. New Zealand and especially Auckland has battered woman/person syndrome

    NO you cant leave the house unless I say so
    NO you cant go and meet yours friends at the cafe
    NO you cant go and visit your mother
    NO you cant go to the gym

    Oh, Jizzinda does that because she loves us !

    Or is it just plain old Stockholm syndrome?

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    • Wrong
      Bloomfailed started at the MOH CEO role on June 2018.
      Therefore he only worked there a part year (approx half)

      If you are going to criticise, at least post facts.
      There is no way that salary was that low when the DHB CEOs get approx 500k pa.
      Just nonsense.

      The taxpayers union is a joke.
      Fruity Farrar is behind it so very suspect and I would never use his numbers.
      I never went to the link.

      Also representing them and making dick of himself is Louis Houlbrooke.
      Son of sometime ACT candidate, Beth Houlbrooke who was dropped on the list from No 2 in 2017 to No 13 last year.

      L Houlbrooke has a petition in parliament to make daylight saving permanent.
      In other words, change NZ time by one hour . Duh!
      It has been up for 6 months, expires soon, and has 1500 signature FOR.
      ———-
      The text:
      In our view, changing clocks is disruptive, unnatural, unnecessary, and causes stress for almost all New Zealanders – especially parents of young children, dairy cows, and anyone working across timezones. We suggest that permanent Daylight Saving would protect sleep habits, benefit retailers, and reduce energy use. If businesses or schools need to seasonally adjust operating hours, they could do so voluntarily. We believe most New Zealanders would support a switch to permanent Daylight Saving.
      ———
      I am not even sure if that is meant to be a deliberate joke but Taxpayer union is
      I guess the Australian, Hunty, will come to their rescue – in his rescue helicopter!!

      Jordan Williams had to get his mum to give a character reference in his court case against Colin Craig.
      Not exactly a CEO of Fletchers or CHH or a Telco.
      Laughable.

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  16. One of our company vehicles has been pinged a speeding fine of $80, and like an otherwise good citizen I have been on the Police site to pay it.
    I am astonished at how amateur the site is, and amused at the requirement to key in the fuzzy letters and numbers to prove I am human.
    Has Great Uncle Nigeria diversified?
    Can no one identify and apprehend the International Gang of criminals who hack Police sites to pay other people’s traffic infringements?
    Struth!

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  17. We are ordered to wear masks.
    Given the unique conditions of outdoor NZ (the high UV light levels, winds, etc.) have any studies been undertaken to confirm the effectiveness of mask wearing in NZ in reducing the spread of the delta coronavirus?

    I am appalled that freedom-loving New Zealanders will comply with untested, un-verified orders that instantly strip away personal freedoms. (And it’s not just in New Zealand.)

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  18. I’m not sure if I have linked this before, but maybe Ass Prof Helen Petousis-Harris (I think when I was at university they called this level Junior Lecturer !) could learn something from it.

    https://off-guardian.org/2021/09/22/30-facts-you-need-to-know-your-covid-cribsheet/

    From the comments. See who is exempt from liability in the UK. Has NZ got something like this ?

    “Emma Gascoigne
    Sep 23, 2021 7:18 PM
    Great article, thank you. One point I’m not sure is a typo/mistake. You say in the UK indemnity was granted to the government, did you mean the manufacturers?

    Reply
    Kit Knightly
    Kit Knightly
    Sep 23, 2021 8:45 PM
    Reply to Emma Gascoigne
    Unfortunately not, although I concede the wording is perhaps a little ambiguous.

    The UK (like the EU and US et al) has granted immunity to the manufacturers, but their Coronavirus Bill also grants parliament the power to indemnify any employee of the government (including the NHS) for any medical treatment given in the name of fighting “suspected” Covid. This would obviously cover vaccinations.

    Meaning, in the UK, you can’t sue the company for making the vaccine, OR the government for mandating you to use it.

    OffG covered it at the time:
    https://off-guardian.org/2020/04/08/coronavirus-fact-check-2-the-emergency-powers-will-only-last-2-years/

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    • Thanks Rosco.
      10 years ago we had the one percenter protesters annoying us.
      Now we have the 90% ers pushing genetic modification. (GM)

      They really dont care about facts and the MSM has abandoned any attempt at fact or verification.
      They dont care, such is the arrogance.

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  19. Exciting times ahead for me today – actually since this stupid lockdown has commenced I haven’t bothered to go anywhere except once down to the local Saturday outdoor market where I stood unmasked amongst the almost totally masked sheeples.
    Today I venture north to Timaru for a COF for our ageing campervan and a trip into Mitre 10.
    I am armed with my new but unused “I am exempt from wearing a face covering” ticket direct from the Ministry of Health. I obtained it simply to show how pathetic the whole system is. Will be very interesting to see the reaction when I pull that out of my pocket.

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  20. Highlight of day so far – total public dressing down from extended family member on FB. Told very emphatically to “stop preaching this nonsense!”

    (Note: I have done no preaching. Just invited people to look at alternative viewpoints, testimonies, etc., and shared a few links. Every time I mentioned I respect their choices and opinions and invited open discussions on the subject, and that I hope that these alternative narratives are wrong. If I had been preaching, I would have been put in FB prison long ago!)

    Therefore, my response: “Stop trying to censor me! I’m not preaching, just offering up alternative viewpoints, testimonials, etc. and you are welcome to have a calm and open discussion. We live in a free world, where differences of opinions should be welcome and discussed, not shut down or censored. Especially because what we are being told makes “no sense” to me.

    Extended family member has now gone full on FB virtue signalling about her vaccination status, and is encouraging other family members to do the same. Mr Jules and I are now officially the lost black sheep of the family because we refuse to protect our extended family by becoming vaxxed.

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      • BGR, I didn’t argue. I just used right of reply – and left the door open for when/if they are willing to have a rational discussion (probably never).

        My normal rule on social media (having managed pages with people up to the tens of thousands of “followers” since 2010) when some troll gives me a public dressing down, I don’t bother to respond and just let the community deal with the moron.

        However, with extended family, it’s a little different. Tolerating difference of opinions (keeping the peace) when at in-person family events has been a big unwritten rule. However, a couple of have become keyboard warriors, defending socialism and DL. Another extended family member gave me a huge dressing down a year ago on FB about my “toxic posts”, then immediately unfriended me, not allowing me right of reply. Since then, that person has gone out of their way to avoid me or speak to me at family events.

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    • I feel for you Jules. I had a family member say we shouldn’t discuss it any more as apparently my saying that I don’t believe anything I see in the media, was enough to ignite her defensiveness that she is adamant it’s all true because she saw it on TV.

      All I was saying was keep an open mind as there are agendas out there she has no idea about.

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      • I have a family member who is financially aware enough to know that Jacinda is creating debt that will take 3 generations to repay. So he hates her.

        But he swallowed everything she said about the vaccines. He said that I was a conspiracy theorist because nothing I said about the vaccines was on the news. And he prides himself on being politically aware by having changed his daily news reading from Stuff to the Herald !!!

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        • Snap. My friends and family don’t have any time for DL and her policies except they have completely swallowed the fear porn for the clot shot. My 91 year old dad told me he didn’t want the shot but wasn’t given a chance to say no. He is resident in a hospital care home.

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          • Waikatogirl – I so want to downtick that because the way our elderly are being treated is so wrong – not because I dislike your comment! My 84 year old Dad has no time for DL, never taken the flu vax until Covid last year, then has been in heart failure ever since (and realised the correlation). Was starting to get good reports, and so took the 2xjab, and since then, his energy levels have plummeted. But I’m not allowed to even suggest the jab had anything to do with it 🙁

            People buy on emotion (fear) and justify with (false) logic.

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        • Jules, it’s difficult for others when you go against group opinions. As Jordan Peterson says, try tidying your room and see how others react. Expressing my individual thoughts has been strongly developed by many years married to a maverick. I used to keep my opinions to myself but what’s the fun in that! 😅

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          • I’m the baby – so I have been treated like the baby all my life. No matter what I do. Being strongly independent and individual has been my path since my late 20s. But that was tolerated… until 2020/2021. I’ve done a lot of Jordan Peterson style room tidying for the past 3 decades. I’ve published a couple of opinion based books in the past (and been slammed by family for it) and not stopping anytime soon – though now the focus is more personal development/self-actualisation now! Yes, no fun in keeping our opinions, beliefs, principles, values or knowledge to ourselves at all.

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            • I’m a middle child so ignored. Eldest sister still thinks she is in charge of me.

              Good luck on your journey of discovery. I’ve come to the conclusion after years of reading and listening (JP and many others) it doesn’t really matter. Life is short, just let go all of your personal angst and worry and do what feels right for you. Say no to everyone else if it isn’t what you want. Just be happy 💖😎.

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              • Same WG I am a middle child so had to be the rebel to get noticed. Even at my age I still have a somewhat larger bit of rebel in me. Elder sister thinks she can manage me and younger one thinks she is my support system. As one gets passed a certain age we can decide it doesn’t matter what others think, just keep smiling and don’t let them know what you are thinking I find is best. I tried to stop them having the jabby, but to no avail so now don’t care really, it’s their body their choice at the end of the day and at least they don’t go on at me to have it.

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        • Another argument that is trotted out is that if there was anything wrong, someone would do or say something.

          “This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it. It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have.”

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    • Had a similar argument today. He was fully jabbed and wearing a mask. I simply asked him why he had a problem with me not being vaccinated?
      If you have been jabbed, wearing a mask and social distancing, why are you afraid of me?
      His response was “it’s for my health not his”.

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  21. Bread shortage looms as bakery staff go on strike
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2021/09/bread-shortage-looms-as-bakery-staff-go-on-strike.html
    The union wants all staff to receive at least the living wage, set at $22.75. It acknowledged that 2019’s strike action resulted in a nationwide bread shortage.

    Bosomworth said Auckland bread lovers should “act responsibly and not panic buy” so there’s enough to go around and no repeat this year. The South Island and lower North Island should remain unaffected, supplied by the Christchurch bakery.

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    • And these are asymptomatic, with 99.9% false positives.

      The guy who invented the PCR test said 10 cycles is the practical limit in diagnostic settings. We are using 40 cycles. And remember:

      [1] The PCR test only obtains DNA fragments, not the full DNA chain, so it is still open to interpretation. What is important in situations like this, is the missing data. It can be compared to finding a Jack of Spades playing card at a murder scene and assuming that the murderer plays Poker. While that MAY be true, there are dozens of other explanations, especially since there will be at least one pack of cards in every home, and it is an assumption that the murderer bought it to the scene with him.

      [2] Each cycle doubles the sample size.

      [3] Each doubling of the sample size also increases mutations in a non linear way.

      [4] Cycles vs multiplication (together with increasing mutation caused by multiplication)

      10 cycles = 1024
      20 cycles = 1,048,576
      30 cycles = 1,073,741,824
      40 cycles = 1,099,511,627,776

      So a ‘positive’ at 40 cycles, and a ‘positive’ at 10 cycles are quite different. A ‘positive’ at 40 cycles started out with a sample size one billionth the size of the sample used in 10 cycles.

      [5] in keeping with standard scientific reporting standards, test results should always be qualified. E.g. the number of cycles, error rate, and percentage of DNA chain actually present:

      E.g. Fred Smith:
      Tested positive @37 cycles
      99.98% likelihood of a false positive (0.02% chance of accuracy)
      22% of DNA chain.
      Possible matches with other non Covid DNA sources= 472.
      Or something like that.

      I have a very sensitive immune system. No doubt if I was tested today at 40 cycles (x1,099,511,627,776), the test would be positive because I have been in the same room as someone vaccinated this morning, and no doubt they will be vaccine shedding.

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  22. It has now become clear why ardern and her mob had done the ‘be kind’ and have been so nice to the gangs, especially the maori gangs.

    They have just usurped them as the Number One drug pushers in the country .

    The government has employed telephone operators to push drugs and texts out like a ‘fire at will’ command .
    Propping up the sick NZ Post with letters promoting drugs.

    The gangs just can’t compete with that.
    So a bit of a sweetener has been dished out here and there . Some even got $2.75 mill.
    Thanks Kelvin and co.

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  23. I just received the following. I cannot vouch for its veracity but it sounds reasonable to me:

    Message from my friend who works in a Christchurch pharmacy, this evening:

    “I checked today and there is now stock (prescription only) of Ivermectin (Stromectol) tablets at the Drug Warehouse supplying pharmacies. However, it said “in stock with restriction”. I inquired further to be told only 5 tablets will be supplied per prescription. To get more I was told “approval must be provided”. I couldn’t get an answer to who needs to give the approval. It sounds like the rules are being made up as they go along to block supplies even when prescribed on a legitimate prescription. All this for a tried and tested medication that has some of the best safety data possible.”

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  24. What will be the conditions for L2?
    Will the daily number of tests be published so we can tell if testing is being throttled back to reduce the number of “positive” hits?
    Then, a couple of weeks later, when a gang member infects a drug customer, will we be back in L3 again?

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  25. ACT have replied within a day to tell me nine out of the ten MPs have been vaccinated
    (did not say if one or two needles)
    The other one is ‘seeking medical advice’

    Good on them for replying.

    Now, should I write to da Greens and ask them the same ?
    …..Have all your MPs had genetic modification; via semi lethal injection?

    They are useless and never reply anyway.
    Greens are like that, bugger that democracy shit; Free Meteria!!.

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      • Queers can not have children. The buying of children is slavery.

        This whole charade has many benefits. I have gone right off air travel. The frivolous desire to travel is a bad escapism. “Each man ever, flees himself” [Lucretius]. In many ways Covid is great. It tells you which mask Nazi stores to avoid. I have a long list. Covid is enabling Localism. A dependence on your neighbours. Small community revival. Rejection of big corporate (animated corpses) and a love of the small. Balkanise like you mean it.

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        • “Balkanise like you mean it.”

          Maybe the globalists have scored an own goal…

          A word of warning to the globalists that my old zoology professor told me: “No matter how well you plan the experiment, the animals will damn well do as they please!”

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        • “It tells you which mask Nazi stores to avoid”

          Very true.

          “Covid is enabling Localism”

          Only if you think doing all shopping at one supermarket is a good thing.

          ” A dependence on your neighbours”

          When? Most of the time you’re not allowed to speak to them.

          “Small community revival”

          I’ve yet to see it. Community means people. Covid means isolation.

          It may possibly result in small cohesive communities but for now the evidence suggests that we’re living as hermits in cells.

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  26. WTF! What would you do for a shot, bro?

    Herald columnist and radio broadcaster Shane Te Pou recently shared an anecdote about a family member who described the vaccine as “poison” and said he wouldn’t get the shot.

    Instead of outlining all the reasons why the vaccine was definitely not poison, Te Pou offered to shout his relative a “box of Woodys” in exchange for getting vaccinated.

    The relative negotiated a bit but ultimately agreed to the terms of the cheeky agreement.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/the-90-project-how-to-convince-a-hesitant-family-member-to-get-the-vaccine/YSXKHIDW7PS2XBITRZ24XFQA6E/

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  27. A woman was having a daytime affair while her husband was at work.
    One rainy day she was in bed with her boyfriend when, to her horror,
    she heard her husband’s car pull into the driveway. ‘Oh my God – Hurry!
    Grab your clothes and jump out the window. My husband’s home early!’
    ‘I can’t jump out the window. It’s raining out there!’
    ‘If my husband catches us in here, he’ll kill us both!’ she replied. ‘He’s got
    a hot temper and a gun, so the rain is the least of your problems!’
    So the boyfriend scoots out of bed, grabs his clothes and jumps out the
    window! As he ran down the street in the pouring rain, he quickly
    discovered he had run right into the middle of the town’s annual marathon,
    so he started running along beside the others, about 300 of them.
    Being naked, with his clothes tucked under his arm, he tried to blend in
    as best he could. After a little while a small group of runners who had
    been watching him with some curiosity, jogged closer. Do you always
    run in the nude?’ one asked.
    ‘Oh yes!’ he replied, gasping in air. ‘It feels so wonderfully free!’
    Another runner moved a long side. ‘Do you always run carrying your
    clothes with you under your arm?’
    ‘Oh, yes’ our friend answered breathlessly. ‘That way I can get
    dressed right at the end of the run and get in my car to go home!’
    Then a third runner cast his eyes a little lower and asked, ‘Do you
    always wear a condom when you run?’
    ‘Nope.. just when it’s raining.’😜😂

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    • Police Brutality, brandishing guns pointedly, while claiming they are keeping Public Health Order, whilst taking anyone down to the ground, profiled in a safety vest, to then question their legality to being there.
      In that first vid.

      The 2nd vid seems to be another case of profiling this suburb, and to create a terror, a fear of the police, that somehow you have committed 3 crimes before breakfast when you go shopping.

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    • There will be a backlash. And the cops will pay dearly. It always happens when tyrants get taken down. In South Africa during the struggle police were actively targeted by the ANC, and they lost thousands. The same thing may happen here, mark my words.

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      • According to this presentation “Love Your Servitude” – Aldous Huxley & George Orwell – we’re on a slippery slope downwards. Orwell’s advice at the end: “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face, forever. The moral to be drawn from this dangerous nightmare situation is a simple one: don’t let it happen. It depends on you.”</i.

        (Note: Apparently the Orwell section is actor Chris Langham in a BBC docudrama from 2003, not actually Orwell. It's possibly a paraphrased quote from Orwell – though the sentiment rings true.)

        https://youtu.be/caCkMX6YdYU

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  28. The University of Melbourne’s Kevin Davis says bank share buybacks aren’t a good look against the backdrop of Covid-related support banks have received

    Much has been written about the taxpayer-funded windfalls to some companies provided by the A$90 billion JobKeeper scheme. Their gains have come from grants given to them to offset projected COVID-19 losses — with no obligation to pay that money back when the losses didn’t eventuate.

    Australia banks may have reaped a similar (albeit much smaller) windfall via the Reserve Bank’s Term Funding Facility (TFF).

    This loan scheme handed banks A$188 billion at extraordinarily cheap interest rates to help them “support their customers and help the economy through a difficult period”.

    But it appears this cheap money may have given the three biggest banks — Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank and ANZ Bank — the opportunity to enrich their shareholders through funding share buybacks rather than repaying the cheap loans.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/banking/112391/university-melbournes-kevin-davis-says-bank-share-buybacks-arent-good-look-against

    The onl;y wonder about this is howe it took so long for people to wake up.
    The banks have only one interest. Themselves. EVERYTIME.

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  29. They are really getting desperate in Melbourne. Listen to this from Sutton

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd8JFggEJjM&t=62s

    Sutton obviously is so ignorant that he does not understand that Australia’s most eminent scientist in medicine , Prof Borody was one of the first to push the benefits of Ivermectin and has gone on to give the benefit of his knowledge and experience to other countries because of idiots like Sutton who are so blinded by his own incompetence.

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    • I now fully understand and support those Doctors, that paraphrasing to our thoughts, calling this borderline murder.
      Their frustration at the official censorship of them, suppression of discussion, debate.

      An ignorant but arrogant Savior complex knows best for the collective being run by agendaized medical autocracy.

      I now hear the frustration & desperation in the voices now.
      Also they are calling it out too.

      Margaret Thatcher :-
      “Consensus: “The process of abandoning all beliefs, principles, values, and policies in search of something in which no one believes, but to which no one objects; the process of avoiding the very issues that have to be solved, merely because you cannot get agreement on the way ahead.
      What great cause would have been fought and won under the banner: ‘I stand for consensus?”

      In part I think further, it is the “discourse consensus” that is the killer, where the consensus is we bring our knowledge and know the compros

      I know we feel the pressure with in ourselves, another area to battle, besides all these out side issues, whether close, like in families, and then further afield to the systemic rot in our unprincipled institutions.

      Pace our selves for the long distance, as to do any good, we must first look after ourselves.
      Thanks to Ed for the blog, wg, ross12 and many other commentators here, where something in your comment relates & strikes us to reply, helping to give us some perspectives, a laugh and a place to vent.

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      • ….. In part I think further, it is the “discourse consensus” that is the killer, where the consensus is we bring our knowledge and [experience] know the compros …. compromise of each other in the negotiation with respect to move forward.
        That compromise that is known by all parties can be revisited if that consensus is not working out, so even the consensus can be over, when experience learnt, shows it is not working out.

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  30. Texas launches forensic audit of 2020 election results in 4 counties after Trump request
    Madlin Mekelburg
    Austin American-Statesman
    AUSTIN, Texas — Officials in the Texas secretary of state’s office are conducting a “full and comprehensive forensic audit” of 2020 general election results in four of the state’s largest counties: Dallas, Harris, Tarrant and Collin.

    The agency announced the audit late Thursday, hours after former President Donald Trump asked Gov. Greg Abbott to add an election audit bill to the agenda for the current special legislative session.
    Trump narrowly lost Arizona, but won Texas by 5.6 percentage points.

    In the statement announcing the audit, the secretary of state’s office described the four counties as the two largest Democratic counties and the two largest Republican counties in the state.

    President Joe Biden defeated Trump in Dallas and Harris counties, and Trump secured more votes in Collin County. In Tarrant County, a traditionally Republican area, Biden eked out a win over Trump with 49.31% of the vote to Trump’s 49.09

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/09/23/texas-general-election-audit-donald-trump-governor-greg-abbott/5839830001/

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  31. Another fucked in the head useless Judge.
    Australia here we come.

    Fed-up business owner who smashed cars with roller wins support, but must pay
    ​After months of damage at his business property, Patrick Roil​ saw red when confronted with a bunch of car enthusiasts.
    He had already spent thousands of dollars repairing damage from previous similar gatherings.
    He got into a 16-tonne roller and began ramming into cars.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/126481999/fedup-business-owner-who-smashed-cars-with-roller-wins-support-but-must-pay.

    Judge Mill sentenced Patrick to five months’ community detention, 200 hours’ community work, disqualified him from driving for a year, and ordered him to pay $45,738 in reparation for the damage and $2000 to the victim with the broken leg.

    Patrick Roil was a good man who made a bad decision, he said.

    The judge said Patrick Roil had tried to get help from the council and police but had been told there was nothing they could do.

    Well of course there was and is. Turn yup , take the cars and fucking crush them. That’s how crisher got her name. and it worked till this useless lot of MP’s took over.

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    • …The Dudge said Patrick Roil had tried to get help from the council and police but had been told there was nothing they could do…

      Same BS about Mohammed Stabby.

      If these cunts cant do anything then defund the poo lice.
      They are a WOFT

      Council is always useless.
      They can generate red tape and little else.

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      • Councils activate red tape, to remain compliant to gain national funds from government, that is from the taxpayer also.
        The techno-bureaucrats with some councilors on their own power-trips when it suits.
        Councils are quick to decide to put big rocks in skate board parks, barriers and ban playgrounds during lock-downs.

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  32. Zespri has launched “emergency management plans” after kiwifruit shipped from Tauranga tested positive for Covid-19 in China.

    Samples from a batch of New Zealand kiwifruit being sold in a supermarket in the Jiangsu province of China had tested positive for the virus, according to a report published in the Global Times, a nationalist tabloid with strong ties to China’s Communist Party, on Friday.

    Zespri chief executive Dan Mathieson, in an email to the kiwifruit industry, confirmed it was Zespri fruit exported last month which tested positive, and all subsequent tests had come back negative.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/126489684/zespri-kiwifruit-tests-positive-for-covid19-in-china

    Trade barriers and blackmail.

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    • …after kiwifruit shipped from Tauranga tested positive for Covid-19…

      At 40 cycles half the food in a supermarket butchery or fruit section may well test positive.

      In analytical science you are taught exclusion and inclusion. You cannot assume that a PCR test of a Kiwi Fruit is proof of Covid-19, until you have tested and eliminated to a high degree of resolution, hundreds or thousands of other food products to ensure that false positives are not just triggered by proteins in other products.

      “Captain, I think we caught the murderer. The Butler did it. We found size 11 Nike running shoe prints in the garden outside the ladies window. The Butler wears size 11 Nike running shoes.”

      “Detective, so do 128,000 other Aucklanders.”

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    • Dosent china do anal swabs for covid tests, Where the hell is a kiwifruits butthole?

      This is just a typical china muscle flex to warn cindy to toe the line or else, its a solid bet that between mahuta cindy and occonnor theyll manage to destroy the dairy industry in the next year or so by pissing china off somehow and they find covid in milk powder.
      The 7.25-8.75 payout will be below 5 bux by this time next year

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  33. Watch up. I have found Fafoi.

    Second Public Interest Journalism funding round provides $18 million for 110 journalist roles

    The second funding round of NZ On Air’s Public Interest Journalism Fund has provided $18m for 110 journalists roles, mostly for two years.

    Successful applicants included RNZ, which will receive up to about $3.55m, NZME with up to almost $3m, Stuff with up to nearly $2.8m, and Māori Television with up to nearly $1.6m.

    Stuff Head of News Mark Stevens said the funding would be used to support journalism in two key areas for Stuff; coverage of local affairs and coverage of te Ao Māori, deepening Stuff’s already strong commitment in these areas.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/126486810/second-public-interest-journalism-funding-round-provides-18-million-for-110-journalist-roles

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  34. Just unbelievable.
    Total proof of just how corrupt Cinderella is.
    Sorry but the “left” Estate is completely fucked.
    Its not possible to BE a journalist if your prepared to lie for money.

    Every single one of the worst offenders need to be remembered and a complete clean out instigated when if ever this fucken stupid country wakes up.
    These total leftist cunts are destroying YOUR country.
    COMMUNIST FUCKEN FAGGOTS

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  35. Shame about the wind. A report on a clot shot bus

    A man has recorded himself harassing workers operating one of Auckland’s mobile immunisation buses, subjecting the staff to a diatribe of anti-vaccination rhetoric.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/09/covid-19-man-records-himself-harassing-vaccination-bus-workers-in-auckland.html

    Video recorded by the man, who goes by the name ‘Napoleon’, shows him approaching a worker as the vaccination bus parks up on Bowen St in Waiuku, a rural town located near the Waikato border.

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  36. Just thought I’d share this.

    The first thing I thought of when reading this 2017 Seek article, from the Rockefeller University, was the implementation of 5G combined with something in the vax to gain 100% control of the mind, body and soul.

    (I also trust the Rockefellers to be looking after humankind, as they always have….//)

    READY YOUR TINFOIL HATS—mind control is not as far-fetched an idea as it may seem. In Jeffrey M. Friedman’s laboratory, it happens all the time, though the subjects are mice, not people.

    Friedman and his colleagues have demonstrated a radio-operated remote control for the appetite and glucose metabolism of mice—a sophisticated technique to wirelessly alter neurons in the animals’ brains. At the flick of a switch, they are able to make mice hungry—or suppress their appetite—while the mice go about their lives normally.

    The solution that Friedman’s group hit upon, referred to as radiogenetics or magnetogenetics, avoids these problems. With their method, published last year in Nature, biologists can turn neurons on or off in a live animal at will—quickly, repeatedly, and without implants—by engineering the cells to make them receptive to radio waves or a magnetic field.
    (Engineered cells? Hmmmmm..where have I heard this before?)

    https://seek.rockefeller.edu/flipping-a-switch-inside-the-head/

    Will this save us? Our inate ability to adapt / survive.

    AUGUST 19, 2021
    FRAMES OF MIND
    This is a problem for neuroscientists.

    The brain, we’ve been taught, is supposed to work like a web of circuits. A sight, sound, or smell goes in, connections are activated between neurons, and a behavioral response emerges. But why doesn’t the same stimulus result in the same response every time? Even in the simplest organisms, neurologically speaking, those with only a few hundred neurons in their bodies, the exact same stimulus in the exact same situation can result in a range of behaviors.

    In other words, the brain has a talent that scientists have yet to wrap their heads around. It seems capable of toggling its own circuitry when the need arises. It makes sense, of course—the brain’s ability to produce robust behaviors is critical for survival, but these behaviors also need to be flexible.

    Otherwise we’d all be robots stuck in a loop.

    https://seek.rockefeller.edu/frames-of-mind/

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  37. I have a complaint. Naaska made this quip yesterday

    “Still I wonder that you find the Brazilian’s plastic tits worthy of watching. My idea of eye candy has a trim arse, slim waste & a set of udders in proportion.”

    I’d like people to impartially judge the merits of this fine politician based on a few more photos. Remember what we have to endure while you reflect on this important issue…

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6678685/Lawmakers-outfit-stirs-controversy-Brazil.html

    I would argue that this fine lady meets most of the requirements Naaska suggested.

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  38. Oh shit….whats this? How can this be? It’s almost as if…..

    A shortage of CO2 gas in the UK could cause Christmas to be ‘canceled,’ warns industry boss

    An energy shortage has cut the supply of CO2 in the UK – an essential element in meat production.
    Industry bosses are warning this may mean a winter shortage of poultry, causing Christmas to be ruined.
    It is the latest of several shortages in the UK, including beer and medical equipment.

    https://www.businessinsider.com.au/uk-ashortage-co2-could-cancel-christmas-with-a-poultry-shortage-2021-9

    Oh I know…. Silly me.

    World’s biggest machine capturing carbon from air turned on in Iceland
    Operators say the Orca plant can suck 4,000 tonnes of CO2 out of the air every year and inject it deep into the ground to be mineralised

    https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/sep/09/worlds-biggest-plant-to-turn-carbon-dioxide-into-rock-opens-in-iceland-orca

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      • And without any look at the research, I can tell your from first principles that it will create more problems than it solves. It will deplete the available CO2 that gets normally turned back into O2.

        Is it OK is more of it OK? If you had 10,000 of these machines no doubt Greta would constantly fizz at the bung. But slowly, deprived of CO2, plants, trees and crops would perish. Production of food would drop. Production of O2 would drop. The sea and lakes would give up H2O to try and re-balance the ecology and restore CO2 but this would increase hydrogen in the atmosphere as the O2 gets converted to CO2 and sucked up by these CO2 vacuum cleaners leaving the hydrogen behind.

        Its a daft idea. Better to let the plants, flora and fauna soak up the CO2 to produce more greenery and plants which provides more green food and food for grazing animals to create meat.

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  39. To paraphrase Terry Pratchett:

    People who would not believe a High Priest if he said the sky was blue, and was able to produce signed affidavits to this effect from his white-haired old mother and three Vestal virgins, would trust the Mad Queen & St Ashley of Horseshit when they say that an untrialled “vaccine” containing graphene & bits of babies is safe.

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  40. Have the Doctors got the balls to ask their male patients about their testicles after the jab?
    After all, they should be easily monitored as & comparable to a less than 10 second quick, cough & drop test.

    All the experts poo pooed Nicki Manij friends boyfriend having orchitis, swollen enlarged testes after the jab, as if this never happens.

    There are line items for miscarriage, testicular pain/swelling.
    All the stuff Fauci said the vaccine didn’t cause…
    it’s all there in plain sight: miscarriages, menstrual disorders, testicular pain/swelling, erectile dysfunction, vaginal/uterine hemorrhage, etc.

    https://www.theburningplatform.com/2021/09/19/nicki-minaj-was-right-and-all-the-worlds-covid-vaccine-experts-were-wrong/

    An interesting anecdote of the % of high school seniors about their swellings.

    Gone through the VAERS figures, showing not only balls have problems, but many more further ramifications. that there are even bigger issues with our tissues.

    For a consideration, rate how the “Fact Checker” works. 🙁
    https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2021/sep/22/steve-kirsch/no-evidence-pfizer-vaccine-causes-deaths/

    Just a bit of back ground of Steve Kirsch.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Kirsch

    I think Steve Kirsch would know how to look at the number on this.

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The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
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