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  1. Good morning all.
    You have work to do.
    Link up, to share, distribute The Spartacus Letter

    About the Covid19 virus, how it affects your body, and what & how treatments work, then the Spike protein, affect on the body that comes from the vaccines.

    I have put into Part 1 plus references / sources for Part 1 which I rate the most important part at this point in time.
    https://ysb.co.nz/are-they-trying-to-kill-you/#comment-178283

    With the references my apologies as some errors in my laying them out.
    You will see some errors that I did not close the gaps on some of the links, and if you do copy, would you be able to close the gap, so that it is corrected.
    https://ysb.co.nz/are-they-trying-to-kill-you/#comment-178294

    Part 2 shows where the future targets in ultimate control may be put into place, if the first steps are put into place.
    https://ysb.co.nz/are-they-trying-to-kill-you/#comment-178284

    So we must find our targets, 1 at a time for a start.
    Feed that Spartacus Letter around, in what ever way you feel best, may be in a series of small steps, ,what ever it takes.
    Thanks in advance to all.

    Once there was a silly old ram
    Thought he’d punch a hole in a dam
    No one could make that ram scram
    He kept buttin’ that dam
    ‘Cause he had high hopes
    ….. ….. . ….. ……
    Just remember that ram
    Oops, there goes a billion kilowatt dam

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    • Just wondering how ill these people with the covid are? Are they able to get around? Cook for themselves, make a cup of tea? Get an alcoholic drink if they feel the need? Watch the DL and her sycophants on the tv? It is all very well telling us so many have it but how many are so disabled by it that they need hospitalisation if they are not fat buggers? Or have other illnesses? How many don’t even know they have it? This probable, false readings etc is just a liebour party fear scam.

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      • My main concerns about visiting Japan at the moment is that I may not be able to return to New Zealand easily. A friend of my wife visits her relatives in Japan each January (for the New Year). She normally takes about 10 days. This time, she is resigned to spending 3-4 months in Japan while she waits for an MIQ space to open up.

        I can’t be bothered with all this.

        I will stay put until the quarantine/MIQ system is scrapped. Also, I wonder how much the economy-class return tickets will be once travel returns. In the olden days (2019) it was about $1,600 Auckland-Narita-Auckland. I wonder what the new prices will be. Crude oil prices are lust slightly higher now than in 2019, so any huge increases in air fairs will not be due to jet fuel.

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  2. Sounds good on the surface: Face masks *halve* the incidence of covid over a period of time. So over a week the number of cases halved but the corollary is that over a two week period the number of ‘infections’ will balance out and will be the SAME.

    In other words masking does not prevent the spread, it SLOWS it down. This buys time to increase hospital capacity, but does not halt the pandemic.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10032777/People-dont-wear-face-masks-TWICE-likely-test-positive-Covid-data-suggests.html

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    • If you wear a cloth mask like DL, it affords you perhaps a few minutes protection from direct sneezes. Moisture starts building up from the first time you breath out. After that it becomes a mobile petri dish. If you change your mask every 15 minutes you might reduce risk, provided you don’t touch the mask surface and put it into a clean bin with disinfectant, So for a day’s business you will need 30+ masks, or 150 per week. Most people wearing cloth masks will have 1, 2, 3, or maybe even half a dozen at best.
      And it clearly states on the fine print of cloth masks and most standard surgical masks, that “this mask will NOT prevent transmission of Covid”

      Disposable Surgical masks are the most hygienic as cloth masks are simply mobile virus and bacteria breeding grounds. best, but even surgical masks do not stop Covid at ALL. An N95 mask is better but almost impossible to breath through a passive N95. 30 seconds is the longest I can tolerate a passive N95 mask, before my SpO2 levels start dropping.

      When you see people take off their cloth masks, and put into their handbag at a cafe, or worse still on the cafe table, it is just as bad as using the same hanky over and over again. There is a reason why tissues were invented. Once you have used a hanky it is riddle with germs.

      I see parked cars with masks hanging off the rear vision mirror, on the dashboard or passenger seat. Reusing surgical masks or continuous use of cloth masks is giving everyday germs to place to breed and pass on. Yuk!

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  3. So cindys gunna give 150 of her mates and party donors a self isolation trial.
    Its for rich pricks and mates only no peasants allowed,  just in time for dubai expo and james offshaws trip how convienient.
    I note it explicitly states they must be vaxxed with pfizer no other jabs, not travelled to covid hotspots (bet shaw still gets into the trial).
    What i find hilarious is theyre saying how great its been working in other countries and they mentioned Western australia…  my mates done it twice over there with the most recent self isolation in late june and both times took the piss majorly, the 2nd time he done a 12day 3000km roadtrip whilst still fooling them with the txt/gps crap.
    Its super easily fooled and will only work with obedient sheep like morons who cant think outside the box.

    Also how do self isolators get food supplies? Are they allowed to exercise?
    What stops visitors?

    Stupid idiots are fully vaxxed and instead of being imprisoned at a hotel they think theyre winning and so free being imprisoned in their own home…  tell me again how being double vaxxed gives us back our freedoms?

    This is just another clever marketing stunt, selling the same stinky turd but the chip wrapper has just packaged it different.

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    • Sorry Viking, I don’t do Facebook so sorry to anyone that puts a Facebook post up I can’t give a thumbs up or down. Beautiful day here in the Tron, might mow the lawn, its growing fit to beat the band, the garden is looking good at the moment, Have plants coming from a nursery god knows where from but that is OK they are arriving by courier. It’s enough to make one feel almost cheerful.
      Have a good day everyone. And if you can make a Karen or a Ken cry go for it. That is my purpose for the day.

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  4. I just glimpsed the bus drivers wife Robbo on the TV , FFS he’s going to have to get on some sort of diet or he’ll end up with more Chins than the Beijing phone book.
    I’m thinking that everytime he tells a lie he gets fatter but my grandson, reckons that’s not possible because if that was the case there wouldn’t be a television camera with a wide enough angle lenses to get the fat C – -T in the picture..
    Every time I see Robbo I picture him bent over the back of his couch getting a driving lesson from Alfie, my grandson is responsible for that horrific thought as he cracked a joke about it years ago and now its like watching a train wreck whenever he appears in the media..

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  5. Mrs Rissole says the boys at YSB are becoming vulgar.

    Fanny says YSB needs a Swear Jar!!!

    “The ladies who come here”, says Fanny, “are very patient, but in order to encourage more gentlemanly behaviour I propose a gold coin Swear Jar, proceeds to the NZ Police YSB editors Holiday Home Fund.”

    Agree – uptick etc

    Fact check: Mrs Rissole says that among the worst offenders are Mikey and the Brig

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  6. Ryan has Cindy pegged. She is full of shit.

    Ryan Bridge: When the polls say we’re sick of it, lockdowns will end – and the Govt won’t care if we’re 5pct off some mythical vaccine target
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/09/ryan-bridge-when-the-polls-say-we-re-sick-of-it-lockdowns-will-end-and-the-govt-won-t-care-if-we-re-5pct-off-some-mythical-vaccine-target.html

    The answer is there is no firm plan, like the Aussies have, with vaccine percentages guaranteeing stuff like freedom – an end to lockdowns.

    Now I don’t really know what I’m talking about, but I think the reason we don’t have a plan is quite simple: Jacinda is waiting for us to tell her the plan.

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  7. Russian Prime Minister Medvedev comes to President Putin and nervously tells him to abolish time zones.

    “Why”? Putin asks

    ” I fly to another city, call home and everyone is asleep. I woke you up at 4AM in the morning, but I thought it was only evening. – I call Angela Merkel to congratulate her on her birthday and she tells me she had it yesterday. – I wish the Chinese President a happy New Year, and he says it will be tomorrow.”

    “Indeed” Putin replies “but that’s only minor stuff, remember when that Polish plane crashed with the president? I called them to express my condolences, but the plane hadn’t taken off yet!!”

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  8. Pfizer Industries, (manufacturer of Viagra), postulated a question to the world of academia; ‘What is the function of the glans as evolved in Homo Sapien?’ (the knobbly bit at the end of the penis). They offered a $5M bursary to any institution that could adequately explain the mystery.

    Professor Torhild Skarsgård & her research team at the University of Oslo spent 4 million Krone on a 6 month long research project that concluded the glans had almost certainly evolved to enhance the female’s coital experience & increase the chances of impregnation.

    Professor Sir Arthur Hebblethwaite & his research team at the University of Oxford spent £700,000.00 on a 9 month long research project that concluded the glans had almost certainly evolved to enhance the male’s coital experience & improve the chances of paternity.

    Professor Rangi Jones & his research team at the University of Otago spent $37.60 (Porn mags, KY & Kleenex) on a 12 minute long research project that concluded the glans had almost certainly evolved to stop your hand flying off the end of your cock when you’re wanking.

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  9. https://amgreatness.com/2021/09/24/over-3000-doctors-and-scientists-sign-declaration-accusing-covid-policy-makers-of-crimes-against-humanity/

    Over 3,000 Doctors and Scientists Sign Declaration Accusing COVID Policy-Makers of ‘Crimes Against Humanity

    “Thousands have died from Covid as a result of being denied life-saving early treatment. The Declaration is a battle cry from physicians who are daily fighting for the right to treat their patients, and the right of patients to receive those treatments – without fear of interference, retribution or censorship by government, pharmacies, pharmaceutical corporations, and big tech. We demand that these groups step aside and honor the sanctity and integrity of the patient-physician relationship, the fundamental maxim “First Do No Harm”, and the freedom of patients and physicians to make informed medical decisions. Lives depend on it.”

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  10. https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/fear-ignorance-real-enemies-covid-pandemic/

    Fear and Ignorance — Not the Virus and Unvaxxed — Are the Real Enemies in This Pandemic
    Defenders of vaccination insist that indisputable, objective medical facts have determined the approach to the pandemic. Their dogmatic arguments are based on the false assumption that COVID is an enemy to be eradicated, and the vaccine is the singular weapon of choice.

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  11. Protestors are out of control across the ditch. Please watch and share – this needs to go viral.

    Almost fifty frontline healthcare workers rallied today in a Melbourne park to protest the vaccine mandate.

    After half an hour, the socially distanced group, many wearing masks and fully vaccinated, were moved on by police. Even though, yesterday, thousands picnicked at the same park, in the same spot.

    One nurse who works at the vaccination hubs said, “ninety per cent of the people I’m vaccinating are there because they want their freedoms back… that’s not the right reason to make a medical decision”.

    https://www.rebelnews.com/police_move_in_to_force_health_workers_out_of_protesting_in_melbourne

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    • Shouldn’t have gone there and then read the comments – very depressing. Put that “all in it together” “Cannot let it spread” “How else can we be free by Christmas” etc etc and get 25 – 30 upvotes. Put we should be at Level 1 3 or 4 upvotes.

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  12. Who remembers the old song, “What’s It All About, Alfie?”

    The advent of coronavirus booster shots could rake in billions of dollars in profits for companies like Pfizer and Moderna, according to the Associated Press (AP).

    “Billions more in profits are at stake for some vaccine makers as the U.S. moves toward dispensing COVID-19 booster shots to shore up Americans’ protection against the virus,” reported the AP. “How much the manufacturers stand to gain depends on how big the rollout proves to be.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2021/09/26/report-companies-stand-make-billions-off-coronavirus-booster-shots/

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    • Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Sunday agreed with predictions of “normal life” returning within a year, although he provided a caveat to his declaration, adding people should not “be able to live our lives without having” vaccinations.

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    • Booster shots. What are the possible scenarios?
      – You are only “vaccinated” if your booster history is current.
      – Requirements for new boosters will be brought in as new strains of the coronavirus appear.
      – Vaccinations for other illnesses will be added to the list.

      When will this stop? When will the public decide that being “saved” is not worth the associated damage, illness and deaths.

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    • Clive Palmer in AU tells is how it is

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDkNHmCYPw4

      at 1min 35 sec
      total 2m 14s

      Lobbyists

      Plus what a lot of people outside the US do not understand (eg Fruity) is the US system to reward company executives with share options which they can redeem; generally after say three years; at current share price.
      Increase share price and the staff get a huge financial win.

      The companies pay lobbyists who in the last 30 years have taken control of US politicians who are yesmen and yeswomen with a past – transparent to the lobbyists- of being partisan and bought.
      The lobbyists are some times ex-politicians who built up their contacts on politician salaries then move into the lobbyist roles where USD 750k to USD1.2 million p. a. is not unusual
      They are motivated and have massive influence.
      This is not generally understood here.

      ardern is controlled not by local lobbyists but by the contacts the creature made in London and Washington.
      That is why there in no consistency and nor can the creature play out anything until it is told.
      Podesta was in NZ for a couple of days before Mar 15 2019. Why?
      I would strongly suspect that leftist envoy Shithead Colbert has carried instruction to the creature in meetings.

      NZ is not a sovereign nation.

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  13. Ten-year bond prices are rising again (off their historical post-COVID lows).

    http://www.worldgovernmentbonds.com/bond-historical-data/new-zealand/10-years/ Almost at 2%. How long before it’s at 3% (as it was back in June 2018?). See the forecast: http://www.worldgovernmentbonds.com/bond-forecast/new-zealand/10-years/

    In January 2021 the NZ 10-year bond interest rate was 1%. Now it’s touching 2%. That’s a doubling of interest rates in about 10 months. Could the rate hit 3% in another 10 months? (I have no idea.)

    If people have taken on huge mortgages at historically low interest rates, it only takes a couple of percentage points of interest rate rises to double their interest outgoings.

    In the bad old days (as some of you will recall) it hurt for mortgage rates to jump from 15% up to a new high of 20%, but that is only a 33% rise (20 is 33% larger than 15). Compare this with a similar 33% rise: a jump from 2.25% up to 3%.

    You might think that a jump from a 15% interest rate to a 20% one is greater than a leap from 2.25% to 3%, but mathematically they are equivalent (both are 33% up). The mathematically illiterate will not easily figure this out.

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      • Only handfuls of generations ago, pioneers, adventurers and dreamers came to New Zealand’s shores in search of a better life, most of them hopeful that we would thrive and continue their legacy.
        They weren’t
        looking for a handout or, in most cases for that matter, a hand up. They just wanted to be left alone to support themselves and be allowed to profit from their endeavour. Paramount was the opportunity to hand on a better way of life to their children. And so they did.
        Somewhere along the way, a reasonable chunk of the population that followed lost that adventurous spirit, and with it the work ethic.
        They took “cradle to grave” literally and became an increasing burden on a plucky little country with a great young infrastructure and spirit.
        Nonetheless, New Zealanders continued to excel at home and globally in disproportionately large numbers.
        Ernest Rutherford, from Brightwater, Edmund Hillary, from Tuakau, Alan MacDiarmid, from Masterton, Peter Jackson, from Pukerua Bay, and Peter Beck, from Invercargill, are part of our list of champions.
        So how is it we have become willing lapdogs, suffering from Stockholm Syndrome? Hovering around daily briefings in the hope our captors will throw us a bone?
        Regardless of whether the news is good or bad, we feel comforted that those who know what’s best for us keep us from harm’s way. Protecting us from the violation that freedom would otherwise bring. We listen for the responses to banal questions that all but the most ignorant citizen would already be able to answer.
        In short, we have for the most part surrendered our lives through fear. We accept that our own citizens should be forced into lotteries in order to come home from their adventures and that we may well be refused a seat next to a dying parent.
        With a spirit reminiscent of our plucky past, our Government went “hard and fast” in the face of the Covid threat and created a window of opportunity, the envy of most of the rest of the world. Once created, the opportunity was used to gloat.
        Global Covid gloating became a New Zealand sport. We were world champions. Even I, on my first Covid trip home to Palm Springs last year, found myself basking in reflected glory.
        My neighbours all wished they could visit.
        Maybe move permanently to New Zealand.
        After all, this was the world’s Covid-free paradise. How on earth did we do so well? Everyone wanted to find out!
        What the world did not know then – but has since found out – is New Zealand had moved into phase two of its unofficial Covid strategy, to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
        We went hard and fast on borrowing. And borrowing is fine as long as you borrow to invest. But not us.
        Did we use our hard-won, Covid-free months – almost a year – to invest in health infrastructure, both hardware and staffing?
        No.
        Did we vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate?
        No.
        Did we invest in money-making initiatives that exploited our Covid-free status?
        No.
        We wondered aloud about a cycleway over the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
        We have squandered our leading edge for the lack of a plan. And having lost the lead we undoubtedly had, we are now racing to the back of the pack.
        Our economic policy is akin to a reverse mortgage, as we live quite well whilst building debt. Unfortunately, in order to be sound, reverse mortgages require that you die quite soon.
        Maybe that’s the third phase of our strategy.
        I have just returned from my second trip home to Palm Springs. None of my neighbours suggested they might like to move here permanently this time. They were getting on with their fully vaccinated lives. They’re moving on, as we must.
        At one point, instead of vaccinating their own citizens, our Government chose to stand back. After all, the threat to life was more acute in other countries, we were told. In doing so, this Government failed us and then had the audacity to praise itself when vaccination numbers ballooned during the level 4 lockdown.
        I cannot listen to another person try to justify not getting vaccinated. I simply don’t have the heartbeats for it, as I don’t have the heartbeats for lockdown. Maybe I don’t have the heartbeats for New Zealand any more, even though it’s a country I love.
        My father was one of those adventurers and dreamers who helped build this fantastic country and who expected no handouts.
        He worked day and night to create a better life for himself and, in doing so, others. He would’ve been appalled if his only son succumbed to Stockholm Syndrome.

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        • Up until this ” I cannot listen to another person try to justify not getting vaccinated’ he had me strongly agreeing with his article. Then I realised he is just another commentator rolled out to push the propaganda because the “vaccine” roll out has appeared to have stalled.

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        • rol@1108

          Re: ‘I cannot listen to another person try to justify not getting vaccinated’.

          Says it all really IMHO; in HIS world WE (the non-vaxxed) are the problem and MUST be controlled.

          The Kool-aid is working and It would be hilarious if it wasn’t just soooo sad; .

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        • Many thanks for pasting it for us ROL. It’s so tragic to read that he’s a ‘vaccine’ warrior. How can anybody with any intelligence not look at the figures coming out of Israel and Iceland et al and see anything but misguided disaster?

          Seymour is the same. So is Key. In fact there don’t seem to be any major public figures in New Zealand life who are prepared to stand up and speak out against this bioweapon that has been unleashed on the world.

          Sad.

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          • … In fact there don’t seem to be any major public figures in New Zealand life who are prepared to stand up ….

            Do you REALLY think they would be allowed to ?

            They will be smashed my the bought and paid for media filth puppets.

            Look what happened when pink hair went to the beach in breach of her preach ?

            The media filth rally round to protect their saints and damn the unapproved sinners.

            There is no independent media in EnZed

            Just filth fooling the fools who foolishly follow foolish fantasy.

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  14. Magnetism has been reported in 41 individuals in New Zealand (in 7 North Island locations and 2 South Island locations) temporarily associated with Covid vaccination. There were 11 batch numbers associated with magnetism, of particular note and concern, are those starting with FF#### (as found in Japan’s Pfizer contaminated batch FF5357).

    Batch numbers are ET9096, EX2105, FC0050, FC3558, FC8163, FD9234, FE3064, FF2382, FF4222, FG7372, TE8163.

    https://nzdsos.com/2021/09/27/magnetism-say-what/

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    • Jules,laughable if it wern’t so silly,

      “Can Vaccines Make Our Body Magnetic?”

      Proponents of the COVID-19 vaccines’ magnetic effects say they’re due to those nasty microchips that Bill Gates has engineered into the vaccine to make us all pawns in some massive wireless chess game. Needless to say, these microchips communicate with 5G cell towers and not to our advantage.

      https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/covid-19/can-vaccines-make-our-body-magnetic

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        • It simply won’t happen because it has nver happened , OK!

          Actually BSY, you are absoludely correct. Top Marks.

          Death or injury by criminal negligence is a criminal offense, not a civil offense so it belongs in the criminal court, not a civil court.

          AND:

          Despite agreements that have been made between Vaccine companies and Countries indemnifying the vaccine companies in the event of vaccine harm or death, it does not protect them under NZ law. If the business agreement was made with the knowledge that there were dangers, or that the vaccine company should have known were dangers, any agreement is essentially fraud and dealt with under the NZ Crimes Act 1961.

          So yes, ordinary “lawyers” will not be licking their lips. However Criminal Lawyers will be. Bring out the Rottweilers.

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            • Actually in principle terms. it is the common law right of any business to include or exclude anyone they like, whether that be customers or employees.

              However in NZ we have pathetic discrimination laws, and the Human Rights Commission is one of the conduit for complaints.

              Ironically these laws put these discriminating businesses behind the 8 ball. The only thing they have to stand on is that the un-vaccinated are essentially the equivalent of contagious Lepers.

              And here’s the catch. Such businesses will have to prove beyond doubt that the un-vaccinated are a risk, and there is plenty of evidence to prove there is less risk. And not only evidence, but experts that could and would be willing to provide testimony.

              The onus is on the discriminating business to prove the risk, prove that vaccines work, and prove that vaccines pose no risk. The onus is on them because by claiming right of discrimination, they have to prove the reasoning behind the discrimination. They cannot just parrot the government lies.

              Thanks to changes in our justice system, principles, precedents, and rulings in one court have bearing in other courts, jurisdictions, or settings.

              The irony is that the government narrative could completely unravel because of a court case over a no jab, no job ruling in a court.

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          • Jules,laughable if it wern’t so silly,
            It simply won’t happen because it has nver happened , OK!

            I’m so impressed with BSY’s level of expertise, logic and typing/spelling skills, I am going to immediately dismiss the approximately combined six billions of hours of principles, values, standards, real world (and academic) research, development, testing, intelligent discussion, critical thinking, objective observations, healthy and thoughtful debates, communication skills and logic that we and countless others globally have developed in our lifetimes and have been sharing as “misinformation” and “fake news” everywhere.

            BSY is obviously a much more reliable authority on, well, everything. They have proven themselves to be our new single source of truth in only a handful of comments since they have arrived. Not even DL has managed that!

            Therefore, I urge everyone here at YSB to feel grateful to have BSY arrive in our midst. We have been wishing for such a person to join us and now they have. How lucky are we? More to the point, we shall all bow down to you and all chant together “We’r knot wurthy.”

            /sarc
            https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=%2Fsarc

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  15. Maybe a licencing agreement with Warner Bros. (the current owners of the old Hanna Barbera cartoons) can be struck so that Fred Flinstone can be the mascot for the “Shot Bro” campaign in South Auckland.

    I can see the campaign now.

    “Jabba Jabba Doo!”

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  16. Came across this telegram site, nurses in Australia telling their stories. If you don’t have Telegram it is worth downloading it just to read these stories. There are 27 separate whistleblowers so far. For those that don’t have Telegram her is one example-
    Whistleblower #0007
    25/09/2021
    RN, Emergency Department. NSW.
    I am a Registered Nurse from NSW,
    I have a young colleague, also a nurse who did not want the vaccine.
    Due to the mandate she got the shots. After her first shot she had searing pain down her arm. Unrelenting pain. After her second shot, she was bedridden for an entire week. She could not sit up straight. She was so sick, unable to move and constant chest pain.
    After the week of being bedridden she returned to work with chest pain. She finally has been admitted to hospital with myocarditis.
    She is early 20’s. Before the vaccines she was healthy with nil health issues. Now she has cardiac issues and may need medication for the rest of her life.
    Each day we are seeing the emergency department full of patients with stroke, Pulmonary embolisms, cardiac arrhythmias, Myocarditis, endocarditis. The increase of strokes is exponentially growing. Patient after patient with PE’s, cardiac issues. Most in previously healthy patients. Doctors are denying connections to the vaccines.
    https://t.me/NursesSpeakOut

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  17. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-vaccine-passport-app-to-be-available-in-just-over-a-month/SLSJX27VNPFYXOACJPGMUIANBQ/

    Government will not make vaccinations compulsory

    [but read between the lines when you read the whole article: we are going to make it as hard as we can for you to say no…]

    The Government has also given an assurance that it will not be making vaccinations mandatory. If you do not want to get vaccinated, you do not have to.

    “The idea that we would go to a compulsory vaccination goes I think well beyond where New Zealand has ever been in this regard.”

    New Zealand was doing well enough going without a mandatory vaccination rule.

    Robertson acknowledged that a mandatory vaccination rule would be very unpopular among Kiwis and would present human rights issues.

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    • Vote with ya wallet. Retailer refuses to serve ya..go to the next one who will. And so on. Gradually build up a list of good guys and spend your money there. Watch the other fuckers change track quick smart. You can also try this method.
      ” I have a wallet and I have a covid certificate ( bluff )..but you only get to see one, which one you wana see, smuck”

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    • It will be simple. If they demand a vax, I’ll go else where. And I’ll post their name here. They will soon learn. I expect BSY to be the first to down load it. I suppose it will be hackable and be sending info to China, as per JizzCind’as request.

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      • “For example America requires evidence of vaccination before you can pss through their customs”

        Your comment is unclear. Do you mean you have to provide a piss test as evidence before being able to partake in their cultural customs?

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      • Then it’s a good reason to not go there.

        Same reason belonging to a gang is a bad idea. If to join said gang you have to rob a dairy or bash a granny, its not somewhere you want to be.

        Besides joining an exclusive “vaccinated only” club, you get to mix with the vaccine virus spreaders.

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    • Jules@1042

      Re: ‘ If you do not want to get vaccinated, you do not have to’.

      We (The NZ Govt.) will however make your life so utterly difficult that you will eventually come to the conclusion (ENTIRELY by yourself of course), that it is in your best interests to get the jab’.

      We have ways…

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  18. Peter is in Hospital:
    Who the hell is PETER?
    Well Peter is the geezer who got home late one night and Lorraine his wife, says. “Where the hell have you been?”
    Peter replies. “I was getting a tattoo!”
    “A tattoo?” She frowned. “What kind of tattoo did you get?”
    “I got a hundred dollar note on my privates.” He said proudly.
    “What the hell were you thinking?” She said, shaking her head in disgust. “Why on earth would a Chartered Accountant get a hundred dollar note tattooed on his privates?”
    “Well, one, I like to watch my money grow.
    Two, once in a while I like to play with my money.
    Three, I like how money feels in my hand.
    And, lastly, instead of you going out shopping, you can stay right here at home and blow a hundred dollars anytime you want.”
    Peter is now in The Critical Care Unit, Room 233. No visitors until further notice……………

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  19. Especially for BSY. Now this is data, from two top pathologists ( I know that’s a big word, but you will cope and there are bigger words in the article)

    https://theexpose.uk/2021/09/26/two-top-pathologists-reveal-astonishing-results-of-investigation-into-ten-deaths-linked-to-the-covid-19-vaccines-weve-never-seen-anything-like-it/

    “Two top Pathologists reveal astonishing results of investigation into ten deaths linked to the Covid-19 Vaccines – “We’ve never seen anything like it…”

    Feel free to indicate where they are mistaken and what the flaw in their analysis is.

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      • We don’t need links BSY. Explain the science in your own words from your own understanding.

        Do you even know what a virus is?
        And where did viruses come from?
        What genus group of life forms do they originate from?
        What pivotal aspect of the original Covid-19 virus makes it impossible for it to be naturally occurring?
        How does it shut down O2 absorption into the body?
        What is the primary response the lungs have to foreign invaders?
        What is the primary and secondary detection systems the lungs have to foreign invaders?

        Startle us with your science, pleaseeeee….

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      • How exactly have they calculated those stats. They are saying they prevented 33000 deaths. How did they come to that conclusion? How do you scientifically determine that an intervention produces a result if you don’t have a control group? Now the pathologists are dealing with real dead bodies. Not a model, or a statistical probability. An actual cold, stiff, body. 10 of them. And they are discecting and sticking bits under a microscope. Not modelling or extrapolating or any other statistical crap…..

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  20. Mrs Rissole is in the garden shed looking for a picnic basket for the Freedom Picnic this Saturday at Auckland Domain. Be there or be a quisling!!!

    I hope Fanny doesn’t discover a collection of Health and Efficiency Magazines which aren’t mine. (Neither is the lighter and the other stuff that Rissole swears he doesn’t know anything about that someone must have left behind when the boys were having a beer and chat there)

    Anyway:

    Freedom Picnic this Saturday at Auckland Domain!!!

    What time? Starving Hero? Any plans yet?

    (Oooh Fanny’s back with the basket. Phew)

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    • A wastewater sample collected in Tauranga on September 23 has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus, the Ministry of Health says.

      Using what test, does anyone know? The PCR test? You’ve got no show of finding those Lego bricks your son flushed down the toilet, so finding a virus with a test that does not work, after it has been cross contaminated and cross pollinated, is next to impossible. If there is any truth to viruses occurring naturally through mixing of different organisms, then it would be in the shit ponds. So who knows what they actually found.

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  21. howitis September 28, 2021 At 1:02 pm
    … In fact there don’t seem to be any major public figures in New Zealand life who are prepared to stand up ….

    There is. And you don’t want to mention his name because you hate him much more than you hate Jacinda, Robbo and lockdowns and vaccines. You would rather go to the Gulag than work with this man. You would rather your whole family, whole community went to the gulag than work with this man!!!

    His name?

    *Bishop Brian Tamaki*

    SEE YOU SATURDAY

    And be nice to the Christians there. We need each other.

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    • I don’t have a problem with Brian Tamaki
      Whatever his title is, this week.

      He is only doing what the US money churches founded in the 1800s – like Seventh Day Adventists, Mormon/Latter Day Saints do.
      Taking money from people.
      A local knockoff kind of like how Homestead chicken was a local knockoff of KFC or Trademe is a local knock off of EBay.

      the place seems to give some people hope.
      If $$ is going there and not on drugs or pokies that is not so bad.
      Some of these people need leadership esp having grown up in fatherless and often chaotic environments

      He is not facing prosecution like the other Brian, Brian Houston of Happy Clappy Hillsong is.
      -BH failing to report his religious daddy was abusing little boys. Big fking surprise!. Not. I cant see it succeeding. A long stretch that a young bloke(BH) in his teens should report his father’s extra curricula proclivities in the 1970s
      At least the Australians give it a crack -excuse the pun – this would never be dealt with in NZ

      At least Tamaki keeps the money in NZ – apart from the purchase of the odd Harley and Mercedes and whatever else.
      There is a possibility he has given direction to Maori folk who would otherwise have their religion at ‘the pub’ or worse.
      Contrast that to the likes of the LDS who target poor people (NZ, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga) and take 10% of their gross pay, send it to the US for the likes of Mutt Romney to play with, and don’t help out their parishioners in times of trouble; we taxpayers top them up with WFF.

      The fact that Tamaki gets media filth riled up is a big plus.
      There are critters I despise. Brian Tamaki is not one.

      I don’t have an established opinion on Gloriavale but the fact it makes media scum piss blood is a good thing.
      The enemy of my enemy and all that …

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  22. English is an interesting laguage. Like all living languages, it evolves over time and circumstances.

    Take the word “right” as an example, as in “I have my rights.”

    New Zealanders don’t really have rights; they have privileges. One example is the privilege of entering the country. Another is the privilege of not having the police enter your home without a search warrant.

    Privileges can instantly be revoked if the State sees fit, and there’s nothing you can do about it.

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  23. Here’s a question for our resident troll and his/her (apologies if I have the pronoun wrong) critical thinking abilities.
    Why is Cindy requiring mask wearing when all of these have previously said they do not work against viruses?
    Cindy, Bloomfield, Michael Baker, Anthony Fauci, the instructions that come on the boxes of surgical masks, and 100’s of studies over decades.

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  24. The likes of media scum tova spend every minute of their days trying to dig dirt and drive for the scalping of politicians she dosent like.
    Why the fuck is no one giving these cnuts the same treatment? Im sure that slags wronged many in her lifetime and more then enough burried skeletons that could come back to haunt her.

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  25. I am starting to collect insults. I keep them in a glass case, and take them out and polish them now and then.

    Here’s my latest acquisition (imported from the UK). Isn’t it a beauty!

    “Everything has a beginning, a middle and an end. Except __(insert name)______. He went to the hospital for a circumcision and the surgeon said ‘I cannot operate on this man, there’s no end to this prick’”.

    I am thinking of loaning it to anyone who might be interested in using it.

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    • My favourite is a tourism writer’s description of one of the South Island’s least favoured holes:

      “Oamaru’s signature brand of weird is steampunk, the faux-Victorian sci-fi fetish that has transformed the town from an economically depressed shithole to an economically depressed shithole in fancy dress……..but at least it beats their previous popular pastime of molesting penguins.”

      Followed closely by reference to a Hawkes Bay wine festival:

      “……an excuse to bring in busloads of post-menopausal women intent on getting smashed on cheap sav & trying to live out their cougar fantasies by sexually harassing clueless seasonal migrants.”

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        • Early 2020 the cook & I spent a month in the SI. The intent was to do a circuit down the East Coast & back up the West. First night in Kaikoura which was great but the rest of the trip down to Invercargill inspired me little & only took three days. Queenstown was blah but from the Haast Pass onwards was great.

          Different strokes for different folks but if I ever go back the West Coast & Golden Bay will do me.

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            • We didn’t spend much time in Nelson stigie though I wanted to. Simple reason, there’s no fucking parking within a day’s camel hike for the ute & a 26 foot Jayco. Spent the best part of a week at Collingwood & it was the highlight of the trip.

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          • Nasska, golden bay is a good place to visit for a few days but any longer or interaction with the locals is not recomended.
            Beautiful place full of fuckwits is how its best described (same could be said for all nz now)… spent 4 years there and had some interesting times and met some very funky weird folk.
            Tinkies pies at the collingwood tavern are well worth a munch if they still make em, if you didnt make it out the west coast from collingwood its worth a trip and a few good campsites out there esp at the anatori mouth.
            Abel tasman NP/ totaranui campsite another good place to go chill out although id avoid the area in peak loopy times as plenty of farkwits around.

            Some good nudist beaches around the place too although be careful as the one past tata beach heading to wainui is notorious for being a gay hangout… only paua spot close to town and weve seen things that cant be unseen 🙁 the nudy beach around past tui community is much better and a stealthy jetski approach is worth the effort teehee. (Stupid boy and his mates loooved the nice blonde nudy chicks at that beach 🙂 )

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            • Don’t know about the pies but we had a couple of feeds at the tavern & I’ve got no complaints. Only went as far west as Puponga. Spent the best part of a day at the Rockville Museum & did a couple of trips into Takaka.

              When we travel I’ve got a 2 metre inflatable & a 3hp Yamaha on the back of the ute so I did a bit of fishing. Results weren’t spectacular but the worst day’s fishing beats the best day’s work.

              All in all, highly enjoyable & I’d do it again. Same with Westport through to Karamea.

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  26. What the FUCK????? Faafoi is making landlords cut rents if tenants are doing it tough. You have got be fucking kidding. Sure, it’s a nice thing for a landlord to do, if their situation allows, but the govt can’t interfere in commercial agreements like this. Surely? Can they? That Nth Korea comment was prophetic. So the govt fucks the country over by failure to prepare for covid, and now it’s commercial landlords’ fault?

    Landlords to face arbitration if they cannot agree rent deals with tenants hit by Covid restrictions

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    • The government should not interfere, but that is the problem with overreaching governments. It should be up to the landlord and tenant to negotiate, without the need for arbitration or the heavy handed State.

      Some landlords are really good in extenuating circumstances. For example, after the EQ when we were locked out of our CBD business, our landlord stopped charging us rent. Probably they had insurance to cover loss of rents – at the same time, we also had a really good relationship with them, as well as being the longest running tenant in their building (since the mid 1950s). Sadly it was also the beginning of the end for our business, because our building was later demolished and we never recovered). However, I imagine that with these current lockdowns, insurance probably won’t cover the landlords loss of income, just like it probably won’t cover the tenants loss of income.

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    • Scummy cnuts trying to sneak shit in, a rental agreement is a contract and shouldnt be interfered with esp by govt.

      Why the landlord bashing again? Theres many similar situations that this same theory could be applied too eg. Finance/loans, gst/tax/paye etc and those struggling to pay those bills, why cant we force “relief” from those obligations? Why single out landlords?

      Fatfoi is just being a commie cnut.

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  27. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/09/two-decade-exemption-for-new-builds-in-tax-change-meant-to-deter-property-investment.html

    New build properties and purpose-built rentals will get a two decade exemption in a tax change meant to deter property investment, described as a “tax grab” by the Opposition.

    A property that received its code compliance certificate after March 27 this year will be eligible to deduct interest for up to 20 years from the time the property’s code compliance certificate was issued.

    The exemption will apply to both the initial purchaser of the new build and any subsequent owner within the 20 year period. It will also be applied to purpose-built rentals.

    “The process from Labour has been shoddy to say the least,” said ACT’s housing spokesperson Brooke van Velden.

    “Introducing details just days before this comes into effect is poor policymaking in the extreme. Once again Labour has caused uncertainty for New Zealanders and reverted to a new tax – the only policy solution it knows.”

    National MP Andrew Bayly urged the Government to ditch the policy after Inland Revenue advised against it. It said additional taxes on rental housing is unlikely to be an effective way of boosting housing affordability.

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  28. The Party are cutting back tax breaks, a wee bit, for those profiting from the property Ponzi scheme.

    However massive subsidies will remain place to keep rents up and billions in debt will continue to be created on order to magic capital gains into existence.

    Why the fuck don’t they do this for real investments?

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  29. CCP / CNN Crisis actor identified.

    CNN’s Dr. Leana Wen: The Unvaccinated Should Not Be Allowed To Leave Their Homes
    “You have the option to not get vaccinated if you want,” said the doctor. “But then you can’t go out in public.”

    https://reason.com/2021/09/10/cnn-leana-wen-unvaccinated-travel-outdoor-ban/

    Dr. Wen, was born in Shanghai, China, in 1983. She was known then as Wen Linyan (温麟衍). Dr. Wen and her family moved to the United States when she was 8 years old, and by age 13 she enrolled at California State University, Los Angeles, and graduated by age 18 with a bachelor’s in Biochemistry. She was a Rhodes Scholar and pursued a master’s degree in global health at Oxford University.

    While she was growing up in Los Angeles, Wen’s father worked as an information technology manager for China Daily (known as World Journal by the Chinese), which is an English language newspaper installed by Beijing as a foreign-facing propaganda publication as the Cultural Revolution in China ended. CDN censors topics such as Falun Gong and the Tiananmen Square Massacre from being mentioned anywhere. CDN also recently published an article written by Joe Biden in which he promised to “repair the broken immigration system and reunite families,” which could be interpreted as an open invitation.

    https://realcitizenreports.com/2021/05/16/dr-leana-wen-medical-cnn-propagandist-has-a-history-with-the-ccp-eugenics-programs/

    Boston bombing. Crisis drills done just before the event…(like Christchurch)

    https://t.me/TheRealKimShady/26992

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  30. Shamelessly stolen from JoNova… If this can be corroborated the vax pushers have a problem…….
    “From Dr Peter McCullough quote:

    Nearly 90% of young people in the UK already have antibodies for COVID-19, thanks to natural immunity

    New figures suggest that nearly nine out of every 10 people in the United Kingdom between the ages of 16 and 24 already have antibodies to protect themselves against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

    These estimates come from the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), which carried out blood tests on people between the ages of 16 and 24 in the country’s four main political subdivisions – Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland.

    According to the estimates, 86.9 percent of young people in Wales have COVID-19 antibodies. In Northern Ireland, the number is 87.2 percent. In Scotland and England, this number increases slightly to 88.7 percent.

    The presence of coronavirus antibodies among such a high percentage of young people all over the U.K. suggests that many have already been infected by COVID-19 and have recovered from it. It takes two to three weeks after infection for the body to make enough antibodies to fight off the virus if it tries to enter a person’s body again.

    The ONS also carried out blood tests on other age demographics. The government agency also found that artificial antibody levels among older age groups who were the first to get vaccinated in Dec. 2020 were falling very quickly.

    The government agency also found that older age groups that have artificial “antibody” levels from being the first to get the COVID-19 vaccines in late 2020 and early 2021 were falling very rapidly.

    The ONS and many British scientists even admitted that the so-called antibodies provided by the vaccines dip several weeks following injection, and they have also acknowledged that this means the supposed protection the inoculations give disappears over time.

    Unfortunately, this data has not spurred on the British government to hold off on continuing the country’s unsuccessful mass vaccination program.

    The British government falsely believes that providing even more vaccines will help keep people from getting infected.

    If more people are not scared into getting vaccinated, the government is planning to coerce the British population by threatening to force people to wear masks in public and work from home. Worse yet, the government has not ruled out instituting another lockdown if the vaccination rate does not rise.

    Many people around the world already have natural immunity to COVID-19

    The U.K. is not the only country in the world with a high rate of natural immunity to COVID-19. In Mumbai, India, nearly 90 percent of the residents of the city already have COVID-19 antibodies, according to a survey that was just released on Friday.

    The survey was conducted by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, the main civic body that governs Mumbai. The survey involved giving people blood serum tests between August and early September. This was done on 8,674 adult residents of Mumbai.

    According to the results of the survey, 88.29 percent of women and 85.07 percent of men in Mumbai already have COVID-19 antibodies from natural immunity.

    The survey also found that a slightly higher percentage of people living in crowded slum areas of Mumbai had COVID-19 antibodies. According to the survey, 87.02 percent of people in slum areas had COVID-19 antibodies, compared to 86.22 percent of people living in non-slum areas.

    The previous survey conducted in March of this year found that around a third of the population of Mumbai already had natural immunity to COVID-19. The survey found that 41.6 percent of people in slums and 28.5 percent in non-slums already had COVID-19 antibodies.”

    Join 👉 https://t.me/PeterMcCullough

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  31. The Te Huia train stopped running in August 2021
    …and no-one noticed

    That is the train from Hamilton to Deep South Auckland.
    40 km from the CBD.

    Lock everyone down and the nasty stories of failure stop, riiiight!

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  32. A wastewater sample taken in Tauranga taken on Thursday has tested positive for Covid-19.

    Health officials are appealing for calm and say more testing results are due soon.

    But Tauranga MP Simon Bridges says the five days gap between the sample being taken and the result being made public seemed “too long”.

    In the 1pm briefing, Director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said a positive wastewater test result was from a sample taken on September 23 in Tauranga.

    Further samples were taken from the wider nearby areas and results are expected on Thursday, Dr Bloomfield said.

    “The thing with these test results is that many of them, particularly if they’re unexpected, turn out to be because someone who is no longer infected is in the community,” he said.

    “People can shed fragments of RNA [a molecule] for weeks, possibly months, after they’ve recovered from infection.”

    Baker said the result might be a “one-off,” but if there were consistently positive results, “you would get more concerned”.
    ==============================
    Baker can go shove his head up his arse.

    I have had a staff memeber locked in Auckland since the 3 day bullshit began. No way were they allowed to return home.
    Well not until the weekend when despite all the information on the ministry website that made it very clear that you could not move from level 3 to level 2 i.e. Auckland to Tauranga, that person was able to do just that.

    All that was required was to apply for an exemption. By the time question 3 came up was told tnat an exemption wasn’t needed and so go home. And as well gave out exemption numbers to do so.

    That was on the weekend at least 3 days before todays announcement that it was going to be allowed.

    Hopleless is too simple a word for this outfit.

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    • You would think that after the ship drama just prior to lockdown they would be a bit more onto it.

      Shedding from an old case? Yeah right if thats the case then all the other tests (they have been testing right?) Should have shown a positive too.
      My moneys on covid gang members spreading it around whilst transporting meth.

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  33. A young man was showing off his new sports car to his girlfriend.
    She was thrilled at the speed.
    “If I do 200mph, will you take off your clothes?” he asked.
    “Yes!” said his adventurous girlfriend.
    And as he gets up to 200, she peeled off all her clothes.
    Unable to keep his eyes on the road, the car skidded onto some gravel and flipped over.
    The naked girl was thrown clear, but he was jammed beneath the steering wheel.
    “Go and get help!” he cried.
    “But I can’t. I’m naked and my clothes are gone!”
    “Take my shoe”, he said, “and cover yourself.”
    Holding the shoe over her pubes, the girl ran down the road and found a service station.
    Still holding the shoe between her legs, she pleaded to the service station proprietor, “Please help me! My boyfriend’s stuck!”
    The proprietor looked at the shoe and said, “There’s nothing I can do…he’s in too far.”

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  34. I see Christchurch was chosen by Bill Clinton, back in 2013, for the Rockefeller Foundation, to be one of the Resilient cities of the world. In the article it’s implementation is carried out by a Chief Resilience Officer.
    I did a search to see who was NZ’s CRO, and this popped up.

    https://ciosummit.co.nz/sponsors Note the AI companies KnowBE4 and Both Brains…and Snowflake.😁

    Original article: https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/blog/33-resilient-cities-announced-by-the-rockefeller-foundation/

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