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  1. 3 waters is the Globalist attempt to take over the average kiwi’s life. Any group who want to take over your life are satanic. Using the tribal Maori sentimentalism as a proxy to attack everybody, Maori and European alike, Trojan horse style.

    Fake boobs are part of the arse-nal. The sex-sells thing is a high order psychological attack on large groups of people. It’s more than a Benny hill giggle, it’s full blown warfare waged by corporate scum bags. Once you are thinking about titties, you aren’t capable of reason, and can be body snatched and robbed.

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  2. Anyone with a brain knew there would be a CONVENTIONAL type medicine appearing before to long and now it is happening , a multi drug company conglomerate are asking for FDA approval for a simple pill that can be taken to stop serious sickness from covid 19 .
    It allows the body to build natural resistance and lessens the effects of having the sickness, YEEEE HAAAA ,all the people that rushed for the clott shot may regret their sheep like response to just another fucking flu Infecting the planet when in a couple of years their health starts to decline with all sorts of weird sicknesses.

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  3. This good Doctor refuses to take the vaccine, so the medical autocracy suspends/de-registers her.
    She pulls no punches, as she calls them out for the bad advice they give to Covid patients.

    ‘Pharmacological Rape’: Italian Physician Suspended For Refusing Injection Calls Out Covid Establishment (Video)
    https://rairfoundation.com/pharmacological-rape-italian-physician-suspended-for-refusing-injection-calls-out-covid-establishment-video/
    3 minutes 31 secs : September 30, 2021
    With a good article with transcript,

    A good health tip of what not to do if you get covid, as it makes it worse. 🙂

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  4. B G R, The 120 was a jab at the 120 useless C- -TS we have down in Wellington making law for the plebs to follow like lemmings off the cliff which is exactly where we are heading., but fear not ,the creature and the bus drivers wife Robbo will be waiting at the bottom of the cliff in a brand new ambulance with no wheels or engine..

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  5. So why the hell have the govt introduced legislation to delay local govt elections? Whats the point or the need for it?
    Is it part of the threats/bullying for 3 waters or is something more sinister festering in the background?

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    • It’s the beginning of the removal of democracy. Steven Joyce has a good article today on the overreach of the govt. It’s paywalled so I’ll paste here. It’s worth the read.

      Steven Joyce: Jacinda Ardern Government getting too big for its bossy boots
      “In 1979 an academic lawyer at Victoria University wrote a book about New Zealand politics called Unbridled Power. I was at school and bought a copy which I still have.

      It was a story of New Zealand’s then rather unique form of government. Its message was summed up in the title of a chapter called “The Fastest Law in the West”.

      With only one chamber of Parliament, no provincial or state governments, and a first-past-the-post voting system, the description was very apt.

      Between three-yearly elections, the government of the day could do pretty much whatever it wanted. And from the 1970s to the 1990s a succession of governments did exactly that.

      Laws were changed frequently, often in a few days, without meaningful discussion outside of ministers talking amongst themselves. Many law changes bore a loose or no relationship with what a government promised to do at an election.

      There were so few checks and balances our system was often described as an elected dictatorship.

      Rob Muldoon was the first Prime Minister who really took advantage of this unique governing system. He made himself both the nation’s leader and its finance minister and then proceeded to treat Parliament as his personal rubber stamp.

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      As the world economic situation deteriorated he took more and more outlandish decisions that impinged on people’s liberties and livelihoods, until the public finally threw him out.

      Then followed two governments that, while in many ways doing necessary things, managed to betray their voting bases. The Lange/Douglas Government, which included the book’s author Geoffrey Palmer, turned its back on the Labour faithful with its economic reforms, and the Bolger Government did the same for its base with the superannuation surtax.

      Both governments did things they explicitly promised not to do before they were elected.
      The public had had enough, and when given the opportunity, chose a new voting system which would favour coalition governments rather than unbridled power. Our current system of MMP was born.

      MMP has not been perfect. It has often frustrated governments and their supporters and prevented them from doing things they sought mandates to do. One of my biggest regrets about the Government in which I served was we were not able to secure enough votes for fundamental RMA reform.

      Yet MMP has created stability and relative prosperity. Over a period of 20 years New Zealand has made solid incremental progress, without the wild lurches and rough edges that characterised government decision-making in the previous 30 years.

      Until last year. As a result of the Covid 19 pandemic, voters did what many did elsewhere and re-elected an incumbent government with a significantly increased majority.

      However, only in New Zealand, with its single House of Parliament, did we effectively return to our old system of “elected dictatorship”.

      On election night, the Prime Minister trotted out the tired old trope about “governing for all New Zealanders”. Since then her Government has become increasingly high-handed.

      The first overt sign was the decision to remove the public’s say on the provision of Maori wards on local councils. Whatever the merits of Maori wards, voters had been clear in referendum after referendum they didn’t want them.

      The Government rode over the top of that, without saying so in the election campaign.

      Next was the grand health centralisation.

      Despite a taskforce floating the idea before the election, the Government refused to reveal its hand until afterwards, in the sure knowledge that losing control of local hospitals would not be popular in regional New Zealand. Now we are creating a giant health edifice run from Wellington, mid-pandemic, using mostly the same people who have been so sluggish on the Covid response.

      But the Government was just limbering up. The pending return to industry-wide centralised wage bargaining, which before the election was to collectivise workplaces for the most vulnerable workers like cleaners and bus drivers, became after the election about every workplace; and needing only 10 per cent of affected workers in an industry to make it happen.

      This week, under urgency in Parliament and using the excuse of Covid 19, they introduced a law that will alter many thousands of existing legal contracts between commercial landlords and tenants all over the country.

      Rather than the Government compensating companies who can’t afford to pay their rent because of government-induced lockdowns, it decided to legally require people who own the properties to do so instead.

      This is an eye-watering precedent with far-reaching consequences to the sanctity of commercial contracts.

      For good measure the same bill will give minister Chris Hipkins the unfettered right to postpone next year’s local government postal elections for up to a year.

      But the biggest over-reach of all so far is minister Nanaia Mahuta’s threat to confiscate water infrastructure assets owned by ratepayers without fair payment, in order to create four new corporate water entities around the country.

      She is also refusing to provide shares in or direct oversight of those entities back to local councils.

      That is a travesty.

      There are good arguments for water reform, and some amalgamations into regional entities that can borrow money to invest in assets makes sense. But confiscating the assets of any organisation not owned by central government is going several steps too far.

      These are all signs of a government getting too big for its boots. The impression is worsened by the expensive wall-to-wall propaganda, sorry — advertising, being employed to sell the water reforms and other contentious policies like the gold-plated tram for Auckland’s inner west. Covid-19 publicity is legitimate, political propaganda is not.

      A year after being handed an old-style first past the post result, and having possibly developed a taste for bossing people around during the Covid response, the current Government is regularly behaving like its Muldoon-style predecessors.

      I’m not being partisan. Any government, left or right, handed this much power will tend to overreach. New Zealanders are reasonable people but they don’t like ministers whose power goes to their heads.

      They gave the Government a cold shower this week in the latest poll and they’ll likely reach for the fire hose again if the “my way or the highway” attitude continues.

      We do still have an MMP voting system after all, and that makes it far easier to “throw the bastards out”, or seriously nobble them, even without a dominant Opposition party.”

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      • I totally disagree with Mr Joyce on this matter.
        While there is absolutely no doubt that NZ governments have too much power ,there also is no doubt that adopting MMP has damaged NZ democracy.
        To become elected parties focus on the political centre and create policies that evolve into a “one party “ government.
        Minority parties have influence far beyond the votes received , for example NZ First actually choosing the Government despite only having about 7% of the vote.
        The disaster that was Sage os Conservation minister with about 0.7 of the National vote among others.
        MMP does not represent the majority of voters wishes. It is undemocratic and is actively damaging this country beyond belief .
        To conclude I understand in Germany. MMP with its very chequered past now has a voter turnout out of only between 20 – 30%, The futility of the ballot box for most Germans is obvious.
        That will happen in NZ

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      • Thank you Saggy for pasting this for us all to read. You’re a king!

        On the article itself though, I think Joyce made some extremely good points, but he missed out a lot (i.e. killing oil & gas exploration and others), but the main criticism I have is his softcock wording and his reluctance to tell it like it really is. This government isn’t getting ‘too big for its boots’ FFS. This government is actively working for the communistic totalitarian destruction of New Zealand as a country and a society. And I absolutely agree with Falcon above that MMP (by enabling cockroach Peters) facilitated this disaster in the first place.

        Stephen Joyce, go back and rewrite your article properly and put some fucking fire in your soppy belly FFS.

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    • I think good government is proven by an extremely light touch, to the point of being almost unseen. The art of good governing is a light touch with what is an almighty bludgeon.

      Perhaps MMP acts as a brake, but the side effects are disastrous. It’s like throwing dust in the eyes of Goliath.

      What about a 2/3 majority for law changes. Get away from this bouncy punching clown bullshit.

      Force Cindy and her clown car to convince the house for law changes. National and it’s corporate donors would equally be tethered.

      Great article. Australia had its 2 houses of obscufication and America it’s 3. Why only 1 NZ. That’s almost a dictatorship.

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    • That maybe a good thing in the end . Most of our local government is out of control and full of bloated white woke bureaucracy . If it is all removed it can only be a good thing , the south island tribe is currently quite business focused unlike many of our councils so maybe it can’t be worse.

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      • If it is all removed it can only be a good thing , the south island tribe is currently quite business focused unlike many of our councils so maybe it can’t be worse.

        Not so sure about that… Ngai Tahu would like us to become “Aotearoa me Te Waipounamu”. If there is a non-Maori/Maori compromise, that would make it “Aotearoa me Te Waipounamu New Zealand”. Mouthful much?
        https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/aotearoa-new-zealand-name-change-debate-ngai-tahu-leader-says-dont-rush-name-change/JNK43LP63NSNP3LJ6TENMFRPPY/

        A Ngai Tahu leader [Edward Ellison] has called for a rethink on a movement to change New Zealand’s official name to Aotearoa, saying it risks overlooking the South Island.

        At the core of his reservations is the history of the name Aotearoa, which many people did not realise originally referred solely to the North Island.

        Ellison said a more commonly used title in the south was Aotearoa me Te Waipounamu, which encompassed both major land masses.

        “Otherwise we feel sort of forgotten about, and it’s just another form of, at the worst, say colonisation.”

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        • What about this colonization, harvesting & enslavement?

          Te Rauparaha, born at Kawhia, had great plans for the South Island by right of conquest.

          As you read through there were great harvests done.

          Wakefield wanted to buy vast tracts of land. Negotiations took place and Te Rauparaha accepted guns, blankets and other goods for the sale of land, the extent of which later became a matter of dispute.
          He insisted that he had only sold Whakatū and Te Taitapu, in the Nelson and Golden Bay areas.
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          All land sales were declared void by Lieutenant Governor William Hobson after his arrival in 1840, and a commission was set up to investigate land claims.
          .
          On 14 May 1840 Te Rauparaha signed a copy of the Treaty of Waitangi presented to him by CMS missionary Henry Williams.
          He believed that the treaty would guarantee him and his allies the possession of territories gained by conquest over the previous 18 years.
          He signed another copy of the treaty on 19 June, when Major Thomas Bunbury insisted that he do so.

          https://teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1t74/te-rauparaha

          Surely Te Rauparaha had greater claim to the South Island, by right of conquest.
          He made doubly sure by signing the Treaty twice.

          Who stopped that colonization?

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          • Te Rauparaha: The Napolean of the South.
            Definitely not a friend to the Te Waipounamu tribes (and allegedly the blood war started over a block of greenstone the Akaroa Harbour tribes refused to give Te Rauparaha’s brother.)

            https://my.christchurchcitylibraries.com/ti-kouka-whenua/te-rauparaha/
            “In 1831 Te Rauparaha again besieged Kaiapoi Pā digging trenches up to the walls and setting fire to the palisades. A change of wind assisted him to breach the walls and capture this important Ngāi Tahu pā. During the following summer season in 1832, Ōnawe pā on a peninsula in Akaroa harbour was besieged by Ngāti Toa and Ngāti Awa warriors camped on nearby tidal flats before gaining access and capturing the pā. This marked the final incursion of Te Rauparaha into the Ngāi Tahu territory.”

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  6. I thought the OCR was to be announced on this past Thursday? They’re changing the name, what’s that all about?

    https://www.rbnz.govt.nz/monetary-policy/official-cash-rate-decisions
    We are changing the name of the “OCR” announcements to “Monetary Policy Review (MPR)” announcements. This reflects the fact that other tools such as forward guidance and LSAP, not just the OCR, are being deployed to achieve the MPC’s mandate of low and stable inflation and full employment. The naming of MPS announcements will remain unchanged.

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    • Designed to confuse and obfuscate.
      Like anything this muppet govt does that starts to fail they change the way things are measured, reported and broaden the parameters so its impossible to compare to anything previous.

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    • New Currency proposal: Toi Moko, tattooed heads. At least it’s tangible.

      The first and second banks of America died. President Andrew Jackson: captain of the War on banks, legend. The farming currencies of the Southern States tried a co-operative currency based on crop yield, not fractional reserve copy paste. Money must be based on human labour, not a bankers or a politicians wet dream.

      Spawn of Rothschild coins are on fire. Soon to be worth, f-all.

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  7. My prediction for today’s cases is 19.

    I also have a prediction for horse’s announcement on Monday which will be 1/2 hour later than expected for dramatic effect.

    Auckland will go to level 2.9. You will only be able to go to your holiday home for the school holidays if you are jabbed and if not, will need to test negative. The result is a few will cave and get the jab which will lead to super spreader outbreak in Coromandel with the increased population density and suppressed immunity. The increased testing will also, by its nature, give more cases which will mean either keeping the travel restrictions in place permanently or, if study groups show people are suitably more scared, a move back to level 3 until Christmas or the wedding.

    Have a good weekend folks.

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    • Auckland will have level 2.999999999, basically level3 with the warehouse.

      South island will have level 1.999999, notice how much the lvls have morphed over the 18mnths. Lvl 1 looks like its going to be mandatory masks contact tracing and vax passports and yet they tell us lvl1 is supposed to be freedom…. 🙁 first lockdown lvl 1 was pretty much pre covid life without international travel.

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      • Bloomfailed said yesterday a return to level 1 as we knew it is not possible.
        The vax is going to be failure medically and in uptake, due to not preventing spread. (my take)
        Do the MOH tell us how many of these latest cases have been vaxed? No
        The vax is failing to halt this “pandemic” and companies are now looking at trying other drugs to mitigate symptoms and deaths.
        Pfizzer are trying to repurpose ivermecton into a money maker for themselves and an influenza remedy is now on the table.
        This from the BBC is pill that will do as well as the jab if not better.
        https://www.bbc.com/news/health-58764440

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      • The government will announce on Monday that Auckland will go to level 2.99 on Wednesday so that they don’t have to pay another round of wage subsidies.
        The only thing that could stop them is if a sudden large number of coronavirus “positives” pop up. Still, this information could be suppressed until a more convenient time..

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        • I believe the wage subsidy carries on in level two if your revenue has dropped 40% or more since pre lockdown averaged revenue. But I am sure the that can be changed. Perhaps only jabbed people will be able to apply !

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  8. In our local free advertising sheet (most small towns have them in a variety of ways) the local Medical Centre had a big advert pushing getting the jab under a heading “Waimate, it’s not in our water – so let’s keep it that way” “Waimate vaccination rates are currently low at below 60%. Please consider vaccination to protect your community.”
    I find this a scare mongering tactic as if one could catch it from the local water supply. I would like to perhaps stick my head over the top in the local discussion page so any thoughts that I could load my pen with would be appreciated.

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  9. You will recall the russian dentist lady that died this week.

    This from a friend to me.
    Oh dirty buggers! So sad it gets covered up. The dentist from Titirangi that passed this week was my nieces boss. She collapsed on Tuesday and they switched life support off on Wednesday after scan showed her brain was messed up with blood clots. Only 46 2 jabs.

    Who is going to be tried for homicide?
    Who?
    Who?

    Causing Harm to a worker.

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    • I have been looking for any further commentary on this but it is nowhere to be seen. No death notice as of yesterday.
      I staggers me that they have been able to keep these deaths quiet and managing to keep up the coincidence mantra.
      Criminals the whole damn lot of them.

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  10. Another one.
    The other lady I know was my friends mother 12 days ago, she was 90 but on no medications at all, had been fit as an ox until one of her daughters convinced.her to get jabbed. My friend picked her up on a Sunday then on the Wednesday she collapsed. Hospital did ct scan and her heart had literally exploded, Drs couldn’t believe their eyes especially as she was talking all the way through the scan, they said she should have been in a coma at least. Died soon after. My friend took a photo of the scan too
    Trouble is ACC won’t pay out for medical misadventure unless they had blood tests done before the jab to prove there were no underlying health issues!

    I know the family of the dentist had all their posts on fb blocked

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      • Wrong again Viking.
        But I guess your ancestors were jealous of the people across the water

        The greatest inventors of the 19th century were Scottish, including :
        James Watt (1736-1819)
        Sir James Young Simpson (1811 – 1870)
        Lord Kelvin (1824-1907)
        John Boyd Dunlop (1840-1921)
        Sir James Dewar (1842 – 1923)
        Alexander Graham Bell (1847 – 1922)
        Sir Alexander Fleming (1881 – 1955)
        John Logie Baird (1888 – 1946)

        The best businessmen in New Zealand in the 20th century were Scotsmen, including
        James Wattie
        James Fletcher
        Charles Todd
        and not the Finance shysters of the 1980s.

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  11. Retirement villages advised to assess staff roles for high risk of Covid to residents

    Retirement village operators have been advised that they cannot require staff to be vaccinated, unless the staff member occupies a “high risk” role.

    The country has thousands of staff working in about 420 retirement villages with about 47,000 residents.

    The Retirement Villages Association has circulated a legal opinion on the vaccination of staff, provided by Anthony Harper, for its more than 400 members who own, run or manage the villages.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/126537878/retirement-villages-advised-to-assess-staff-roles-for-high-risk-of-covid-to-residents

    Employers doing the assessments had to consider the likelihood of the worker being exposed to Covid while working and the potential consequences of exposure to Covid on others.

    If roles were deemed high risk, vaccinations could be considered necessary to meet obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and employers could likely be justified in requiring compulsory vaccination for employees occupying those roles, the advice said.

    The H&S essentially requires these employers to assess if their is any risk to their employee in forcing the vaccination.
    Given the evidence available it would be a brave person who took that on. (or foolish)
    Both are out there.

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  12. Is today the day out pig force go victorian styles and start bashing protesters?
    I bet a few of em would love to get stuck into tamaki, “zero tolerence to protesters blah blah blah”

    I dont care who it is anymore as long as theyre rallying against this shitheap govt go hard.

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  13. “Have you had your COVID jab?”

    “No.”

    “Don’t you think you’re being selfish? You could have it, pass it on and kill someone.”

    “I have the flu jab every year, have done for the last 30 years. You?”

    “No.”

    “Don’t you think you’ve been selfish? You could have had it every year since you were born, passed it on and killed someone.”

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  14. Here is your typical Otago Uni epidemiologist
    Yes, No?

    …A Christchurch medical researcher has died in a suspected suicide as police investigated claims
    she poisoned her partner last year and
    also whether she fatally poisoned her husband nine years ago.

    Dr Shelagh Isabella Dawson, 60, an epidemiologist, diabetes researcher, nurse and former Otago University School of Medicine lecturer, died at her Medway St, Richmond home about six weeks ago. Dawson was not a medical doctor, but had a PhD…

    for more
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/104830930/police-probe-christchurch-medical-researcher-over-poisoning-of-partner-death-of-husband-years-apart

    Ther company one keeps

    Right, off to the domain

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  15. A man is in hospital in a serious condition after being shot in the Auckland suburb of Avondale.

    Police were called at about 4:30am to Saintly Lane after reports of a firearm going off. They found a man with a gunshot wound, who was taken to hospital.

    The street has been cordoned off, and police say they are seeking a person of interest.

    In the meantime, residents have been urged to stay in their homes.

    https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/national/police-hunting-person-of-interest-after-shooting-in-west-auckland/ar-AAP2Uog?li=BBqdg4K

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  16. Afghanistan is back to a war torn shit hole thanks to Islamic intolerance. Meanwhile here in NZ there are stock shortages everywhere, the Covid infection rate is rising, there’s a dearth of affordable housing, Auckland is in perpetual lockdown, the DHBs have a backlog of thousands of operations to do & the country is in more debt than it was after WW2.

    The left……..What we need is more Muslim refugees.

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  17. I’m watching a program on TV Asahi about young Japanese school children, walking to school in urban areas where there are blind corners and no sidewalks. A local company is trialing small GPS transmitters that the kids can carry, to alert motorists of their presence and to let their mothers know (via smartphone apps) where they are.

    Protection. Protection. Protection.

    I can see the same kind of developments in the future in the West. “Wear this tracking device so you can be safe at all times!” How long before such tracking devices become mandatory?

    I think it’s a better idea to train the kids to keep their eyes and ears open, and to look out for traffic before they cross the road…

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  18. It’s the flu.

    Incidence, co-occurrence, and evolution of long-COVID features: A 6-month retrospective cohort study of 273,618 survivors of COVID-19

    Background
    Long-COVID refers to a variety of symptoms affecting different organs reported by people following Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection. To date, there have been no robust estimates of the incidence and co-occurrence of long-COVID features, their relationship to age, sex, or severity of infection, and the extent to which they are specific to COVID-19. The aim of this study is to address these issues.

    Conclusions
    Long-COVID clinical features occurred and co-occurred frequently and showed some specificity to COVID-19, though they were also observed after influenza. Different long-COVID clinical profiles were observed based on demographics and illness severity.

    https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1003773#sec008

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        • First time id ever heard of the tapanui flu was a few weeks ago on magic talk.
          I was born in 87 and think that predated me?

          Good ole tapanui ay, done a couple years of high school out there until they no longer wanted me to attend… lasted longer there then my 3 terms at shitty gore high lol

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        • Hog, my older sister was one in the south who had the Tapanui Flu, (she was about 16, I was about 12 at the time and our whole lives had to revolve around her being “so ill and might even die…”). Yes, she was ill, and it dragged on for a year or more, with numerous doctors and specialists visits to determine what was going on. She really played the “sickness card” to the point that my parents had an extension built onto the house to get a spa pool for her. After about a year of her being so sick, a specialist suspected it was actually bad tonsillitis poisoning her immune system. Once the tonsils were removed, she recovered full health and moved out of home!

          But, she seems to have forgotten the tonsillitis part – she keeps reminding everyone even now when they get a bad cold that they have never had the flu, because they would know if they had the flu because they would be close to death’s door… Her teenage “Tapanui Flu” (tonsillitis) experience was her main justification to queue jump via the Maori priority (she’s married to a 1/16th Maori who wants nothing to do with that 1/16th but she leverages off it as much as possible.)

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      • I was there. M0st people ignored Tamaki, who did is own little show on the steps of the museum, apart from the main rally, surrounded by bulky bros.

        My first guess was about 1000 people – someone who was there earlier estimated 3000. By the time I got there, shortly after noon, the speeches were finishing and people were starting to leave.

        I had a sign with me – NO MORE LOCKDOWN. Lots of people wanted photos of me with it and themselves with it. A young Maori woman got me to get up on a plinth with it while she sang and spoke. I had high visibility and cameras going off. Good for my ego.

        This event brought together a great variety of people who probably disagree on a lot of issues but have one thing in common – demanding freedom.

        Next rally Saturday October 16 in the domain.

        I looked for you, Brigadier, but without success. Next time.

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    • I was there.
      Tamaki spoke well.
      The people count would be over 1000 but hard to estimate as it was spread out.

      The Bishop announced another one for Sat 2 weeks away >16 October and wants it to be bigger and better.
      It was well organised .
      People appeared to be engaged.

      Some made it a picnic.
      I was unmasked and unvaccinated.
      I had a laugh that Tamaki said – I have worn 10 different masks in the last 2 months just to keep it interesting including my Zorro mask.
      I got there about 15 mins late as I thought it would be at the grandstand in the domain.

      Interesting to note that as I walked across the fields, the fields that were soccer fields 2 months ago, have been left to ruin.
      i.e. The fields to the north of the museum building.
      Shameful. Wasteful of council and these would normally be in preparation for cricket in October.

      That was worthwhile.
      I was also impressed and as per my note a week ago, I have more time for Tamaki that the U$ money churches like like ardern’s old hunting ground of the mormons, and the seventh day adventists who sell breakfast cereal commercially (Sanitarium) but pay no tax.
      They take, take, take and never give back. It is all $$$$s and they have no shame to steal from the poor people of the Pacific.

      There was free food on offer – Milk, bread and vegetables. I got a bag of veges. I saw one guy who was well heeled who had 2 x 2 litres of blue top milk. I thought Id leave it to those who need it more.

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    • I also went and had a look while I was there.
      There was a millennium kauri tree planted in 2000 in the Akl Domain.
      Lots of ra-ra.

      As I went through the Domain in the following years I noted it was a spindly pathetic thing.
      By 2015 at 15 years old (at least, as it was a seedling in 2000) it was maybe 5 feet tall and spindly.
      (about 1.5 metres for those who prefer the French system)
      It still had a protection fence around it. A five year old kid could have knocked it over.

      Somewhere around 2017 they took it away and there was a sign that it had gone to some where to be cherished.
      A tree museum or something .
      Basically, an expensive weed.
      There is now a plaque to replace it and say where it was.

      I think it remains an abject lesson to the morons who want to plant things in native trees like on Mt Albert.
      They are not that effective and Kauri take a hell of a long time to become mature.

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    • I was very supportive until I read that Leo Malloy would speak and wanted to reiterate how important it is for people to get vaccinated. The total fcuk that he is. Why use this to politicalise the situation. He is a total Cnut.

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  19. Photos of decent crowd

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/10/coronavirus-thousands-turn-up-to-brian-tamaki-s-anti-lockdown-protest-in-auckland.html
    More than 1000 people have turned up to Destiny Church pastor Brian Tamaki’s anti-vaccination protest in Auckland outside the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

    Protests are also being held in Christchurch and Wellington.

    The Auckland crowd of people include gang members on motorbikes, young children and elderly, many not following social distancing rules or wearing masks.

    Some bore signs and personalised T-shirts promoting “pro-choice” and “freedom from lockdown”, with one sign reading “free 2 parent” and a T-shirt saying “free to choose”.

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  20. Any guesses?
    My guess is, the wind was just too ‘turbiney’.

    Wind turbine collapsed in Germany and nobody knows why

    A freshly installed and almost 240-meter high wind turbine collapsed in a forest near Haltern in Germany. The damage amounts to several million euros.

    The site of the debris field is cordoned off within a radius of several hundred meters.

    The police do not assume a crime was involved in the collapse. Today experts, commissioned by the manufacturer Nordex, will start looking for the cause of the collapse.

    https://www.disclose.tv/wind-turbine-collapsed-in-germany-and-nobody-knows-why/

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  21. I see Doctor Gorman is describing ptotestors as dickheads. That’s a bit rich coming from a Labour Party shill who has spent his entire career hiding in a bloated tax payer funded institution on a very large salary for doing fuck all. Standard leftist shit, play the man not the ball and if that doesn’t work get nasty. The fat faggot has coached him well. I’ve got some news for you Des, you are nothing but an irrelevant bludging fuckwit who is happily lying to appease the party and keep your cushy number going and an embarrassment to our education system. Fuck off.

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  22. China flies 25 planes including nuclear bombers into Taiwan’s airspace

    China has flown 25 aircraft into Taiwan’s airspace in the largest incursion for months as tensions in the region continue to build.

    Taipei said 22 fighters including 18 J-16 jets and four Su-30s accompanied two nuclear-capable H-6 bombers and one Y-8 recon plane on a mission Friday.

    Fighters were scrambled in response while radio warnings were broadcast and missile defences activated to monitor the situation, Taiwan’s military said.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/china-flies-25-planes-including-nuclear-bombers-into-taiwans-airspace/ar-AAP2IAK

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  23. It has been reported that the skate park in Browns Bay is currently being fenced off. A questioner was told that they had been closing them all around the country. Have any of you non aucklanders noticed this in your areas?

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  24. This is in Canadian Food Court. and a great reminder, you can picnic any where. 🙂
    .
    Jodie Ledgerwood knows the law inside out, so has the Police and security guards flummoxed.
    .
    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CUIrBWgKQE5/
    27 minutes : September 23. 2021 : Most info packed in first 5 mins or less and many good points for another 5 mins plus.
    .
    … they prove the security guards and police wrong by knowing their rights and literally using a printed off version of the law instead of vaccine passport to eat in a food court.
    She’s so knowledgeable to know the facts and laws!
    There’s literally a vaccine law that says it’s straight up discrimination to require a vaccine! …

    .
    NZ government will be trying to get business’s to enforce.
    Worth a look, as we also must do our homework, to find equivalent here in New Zealand laws, that will stand us in good stead. 🙂

    You must know your rights, to protect your rights.

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  25. BREAKING: AI-powered DoD Data Analysis Program Named “Project Salus” SHATTERS Official Vaccine Narrative, Shows A.D.E. Accelerating in the Fully Vaccinated with Each Passing Week!

    An AI-powered Dept. of Defense program named “Project Salus,” run in cooperation with the JAIC (Joint Artificial Intelligence Center), has analyzed data on 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 or older. Data were aggregated from Humetrix, a real-time data and analytics platform that tracks health care outcomes. Legal analysis from Thomas Renz of Renz-Law.com is included in a breaking video interview, below.

    The alarming findings show that the vast majority of covid hospitalizations are occurring among fully-vaccinated individuals and that outcomes among the fully vaccinated are growing worse with each passing week. This appears to fit the pattern of so-called Antibody Dependent Enhancement, where the treatment intervention (mRNA vaccines) is worsening health outcomes and leading to excess hospitalizations and deaths.

    These data, presented here, shatter the official Biden / Fauci narrative that falsely claims America is experiencing, “a pandemic of the unvaccinated.” The data show that the pandemic actually appears to be accelerated by covid-19 vaccines, while unvaccinated individuals are having far better outcomes than the vaccinated.

    Key points
    > Vaccine failure dramatically worsens within 5-6 months after being vaccinated
    > Once the Delta variant took hold, 71% of COVID-19 “breakthrough” cases occurred among the fully vaccinated
    > Ethnic groups hit hardest: Native Americans, Hispanics and Blacks
    > Natural immunity offers documented protect against future hospitalization

    Read full article at
    https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/breaking-ai-powered-dod-data-analysis-program-named-project-salus-shatters-official-vaccine-narrative-shows-a-d-e-accelerating-in-the-fully-vaccinated-with-each-passing-week/

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  26. From the Herald. Yep it passed the censors and theoir dimb fuck editor.

    Steven Joyce: Jacinda Ardern Government getting too big for its bossy boots+

    In 1979 an academic lawyer at Victoria University wrote a book about New Zealand politics called Unbridled Power. I was at school and bought a copy which I still have.

    It was a story of New Zealand’s then rather unique form of government. Its message was summed up in the title of a chapter called “The Fastest Law in the West”.

    With only one chamber of Parliament, no provincial or state governments, and a first-past-the-post voting system, the description was very apt.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/steven-joyce-jacinda-ardern-government-getting-too-big-for-its-bossy-boots/EPSVM4IXYMAQXGTDDVO66HNFBE/

    A year after being handed an old-style first past the post result, and having possibly developed a taste for bossing people around during the Covid response, the current Government is regularly behaving like its Muldoon-style predecessors.

    good article but have a look at the leftie loosers on the comments.

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    • ‘Unbridled Power’ was written by that arzehole Geoffrey Palmer

      Did Joyce mention the name?

      Palmer -A hated short-term fill in PM who created many of our problems in NZ today including the Tready stuff, the current Council structure and drafted the RMA which fecking socialist Bolger and turdburger Soimon Upton took up and passed into the nightmare we have today.

      Palmer at the time -1979 was in the Citizens for Mouse Rowling
      Did Joyce mention that.
      I dont care for Steven Joyce and his mumbling and his unjustifiably thinking he is some sort of Rasputin.
      He was the one that created MBIE which was still born and remains a problem.
      Liebour created NZTA with a merger in 2008.
      We see its dysfunctionality today.
      MBIE is following the same path.

      F..ed if I’m going to a paywalled hoorald.

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    • Why bother linking Herald “premium” articles? There’ll be six feet of snow settle in hell before I pay to see any of their leftist, vaccine fixated, Labour propaganda & I doubt that there are many readers of this forum who would.

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    • This lot are nothing like Rob.This lot are marxists through and through.
      He had the guts to front up to anyone and give an explanation about why he was doing things.
      Joyce acted for big business like Key.
      No one since Rob has been there for ‘the people’ and I will stick up for him because he is not here.

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      • Muldoon was an arsehole. Just like the bitch we have now except worse.

        naaska why don’t you just stay in your moribund eke territory and remain scratching in paddock?
        You are going senile.

        Most of us cannot live in a vacuum but apparently u can.

        If you don’t wish to read the Herald or Stuff that’s fine. Others do and there are sometimes things we should take notice of.
        Perhaps you should buy yourself a farm to fill in your day.
        You need something to do instead of getting all bitter and twisted with life.
        At the rate your are going your missus will be booting you out and finding a younger model.

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        • The day I’m sufficiently senile to pay a propaganda outlet for my own brainwashing will be the day I walk into the Pacific, pull the nearest wave over my head & call it a day.

          An example others without enough grey matter left to discern between news & indoctrination should emulate.

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        • Different times V2.
          Most countries had to live within their means. Controlled economies. Many times NZ was on the point of bankrupcy hence the restrictions on overseas buying unless we produced enough overseas exchange. Muldoon’s drive to get farm production up by incentives was his major fuckup. It is not much use producing heaps of meat and wool when there is not the buyers there to buy it. Hence the shonky deals with the eastern block countries which could not pay and sent us Ladas and Belarus tractors in payment.
          Different times now where the bus driver’s wife can just tick up multi billions on the country’s credit card or print more money. Other countries are printing it as well if not faster. so relative to them we appear to be doing not too badly. This whole fiasco must end in tears at some stage.
          You had to admire the short little pisspot. When cofronted with some rabid leftie freezing worker as he entered a political meeting in Invercargill, he delivered a beautiful right cross to the guys dial and shut the idiot up.
          The more he got heckled the more he won with his razor sharp wit. Our current weak useless pitiful excuse of a PM could not take that pressure.

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        • Gee viking you spew some shit on here and pasta, paste, paste shit from MSM without analysis or added value .
          You are a shill for Fakebook and it looks now like the hoorald.

          Hoorald is behind a paywall and many of us do not want to pay twice for the same shit.
          -once via our taxes and then again a direct payment to them.
          It only encourages their bad behaviour.

          That is an ad hominem attack on nasska when he was posting a valid argument many of us here support.

          You can look elsewhere for the senility.
          Closer to home.

          If you took time to understand Muldoon you might show better comprehension.
          I’m not going to explain on a Sat eve.
          Muldoon and Norm Kirk grew up in extreme poverty – nothing of the sort that is claimed by the lazy today.
          Read up.

          Back in Feb 1984 my mate and I were at the Ellerslie race course
          Muldoon pulled up in the Crown limo.
          We gave him some lip.
          He just came up started talking to us asked what we did for a jobm bit of a chat and then gave us a tip on a horse.
          He was in politics and understood it and did not cry off.
          He defused the situation with ease.
          I saw him on the hustings.
          The quickness of his mind was amazing.

          He was in the WW2.
          He converted the country to decimal currency without a ripple.
          A greater achievement that anyone in cabinet could do today.
          They cant even run a census – run every five years – or report statistics that are collected.

          Please spend more time with your fakebook mates.

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      • …..”No one since Rob has been there for ‘the people’”……

        He had his faults & suffered bad press but he was one of us. As in most things & most people we don’t realise what we’ve lost until they’re gone.

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  27. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has suspended mail deliveries to New Zealand because of an unavailability of transportation.

    The USPS said on its website it was temporarily suspending international mail acceptance for a number of destinations.

    It said this was because of “impacts related to the Covid-19 pandemic and other unrelated service disruptions”.

    New Zealand and 21 other countries were listed as being suspended because of “unavailability of transportation”.

    Australia and Samoa were also among the suspended destinations.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-us-post-mail-deliveries-to-new-zealand-suspended/B36SFQLZYTMLMSX2WANJ5LR6FI/

    Nothing to do with Nuclear subs and stuff like that!
    Really?

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      • Most likely will curious but do some rough numbers, a population of 1.5mil and say 150 unknown active infectious cases in community =1 per 10000 ppl. So ⅕ of an active case was there to cause a super spreader event… just like that pub in the coromandel!

        The local gang pads will be more of a festering hot spot then the friendly gathering today.

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  28. International shipping workers warn of ‘global transport systems collapse’ unless pandemic restrictions on trade and movement are quickly lifted

    ‘The impact of nearly two years’ worth of strain, placed particularly upon maritime and road transport workers, but also impacting air crews, is now being seen,’ the group said. ‘Their continued mistreatment is adding pressure on an already crumbling global supply chain.’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10044311/International-shipping-workers-warn-global-transport-systems-collapse.html

    Fertilizer Prices Soar Near 2008 Highs on Supply Shocks, Concerns Sprout Over Sourcing Enough for 2022 U.S. Corn Acres

    https://www.agweb.com/news/crops/crop-production/fertilizer-prices-soar-near-2008-highs-supply-shocks-concerns-sprout

    Joint open letter – Transport heads call on world leaders to secure global supply chains

    https://www.ics-shipping.org/press-release/joint-open-letter-transport-heads-call-on-world-leaders-to-secure-global-supply-chains/

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  29. DELAWARE: With Only 10% of 2020 Election Results Audited, 20,000 Invalid or Suspect Ballots Identified.

    A report released from a voter group in Delaware shows it’s quite possible Joe Biden didn’t even win his home state in the 2020 Election once invalid and suspect ballots are addressed.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/10/now-delaware-10-2020-election-results-audited-20000-invalid-suspect-ballots-identified-biden-may-lost-home-state/

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  30. Hey Brig Rissole. Nice meeting you briefly today. I checked it all out and shot through. Good turnout. I was pleasantly surprised. Pity it takes that idiot Tamaki to get a crowd together. But good on him.

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  31. This essay is adapted from testimony delivered to a hearing on smart home technology held by the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy & Consumer Rights, on June 15, 2021.

    Defying the Data Priests

    I have no expertise in antitrust. I come to you as a student of the history of political thought.

    The convenience of the smart home may be worth the price; that’s for each of us to decide. But to do so with open eyes, one has to understand what the price is. After all, you don’t pay a monthly fee for Alexa, or Google Assistant.

    The Sleep Number bed is typical of smart home devices, as Harvard business school professor Shoshana Zuboff describes in The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. It comes with an app, of course, which you’ll need to install to get the full benefits. Benefits for whom? Well, to know that you would need to spend some time with the sixteen-page privacy policy that comes with the bed. There you’ll read about third-party sharing, analytics partners, targeted advertising, and much else. Meanwhile, the user agreement specifies that the company can share or exploit your personal information even “after you deactivate or cancel” your Sleep Number account. You are unilaterally informed that the firm does not honor “Do Not Track” notifications. By the way, its privacy policy once stated that the bed would also transmit “audio in your room.” (I am not making this up.)

    https://www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/defying-the-data-priests

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    • Merck was a major manufacturer of Ivermectin when it was still under patent. They donated tens if not hundreds of millions of doses to Africa to cure river blindness and other parasitic infections. I will bet a pound to a penny this new pill is heavily based on Ivermectin or Stromectol as it is known and it will be way more expensive than Ivermectin.

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  32. Coud someone translate this please?
    Henare (Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi) met with iwi health providers from across Te Tai Tokerau in Whangārei to talk mate korona, and lagging Māori vaccination rates.
    Hui attendees had wero to put to Minita Henare too.

    Actaully don’t bother. If they cant fucking speak English, why fucking bother. Morons.

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    • Translation:
      “Bro, did you bring some mutton birds and snapper heads?”
      “Yeah cuz. And Wiremu has scored some mean weed too.”
      “Who is bringing the piss?”
      “Moana and her partner will once they have burgled the bottlestore.”
      “Fucking awesome bro. See youse fellas there.
      “Nga mihi cuzzy.”

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    • Sounds like something that involves plenty of koha and other wastage of taxpayers money.

      The hens are comming home to roost, for years labour and the radical maoris have been telling maori the govt abuses, oppresses and never have their best interests at heart… now theyre saying trust us we’re the govt come get your jabby jab.

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  33. Has anyone considered the Mahatma Ghandi approach?

    Going on a hunger strike until we are all on Level 1!

    2nd thoughts, there is a smarter objective: Go on a hunger strike until Bloomfield agrees to a public debate!!!

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  34. ANOTHER HATE HOAX: Black Woman in Atlanta Accused of Pretending to be White Male Member of the Ku Klux Klan, Threatening Black Neighbors

    Lucas, a black woman, pretended to be a white male member of the Ku Klux Klan and described herself as 6 feet tall with a long red beard.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/10/another-hate-hoax-black-woman-atlanta-accused-pretending-white-male-member-ku-klux-klan-threatening-black-neighbors/?utm_source=Gab&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

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  35. Endemic covid is the end game. The govt is making no headway. Vaccination rates are stalling. Infection numbers are not coming down. The economy is being crippled. We are clocking up eye-watering debt. It’s time to remove all restrictions and get on with it.
    Anyone who isn’t vaccinated, and intends to be, will do so quick smart. What are we waiting for?

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    • Hiya buddy.

      Great to meet you but I never found your yellow cap in the crowd again. Not for looking – I did find other yellow caps, but not yourself!

      I lost my car keys. Un fuckin’ believable… my cunning disguise has a hole in the pocket!!! Located the keys eventually at the dairy over Ayr Rd where I was parked.

      Some nice ladies there. Many sexually frustrated. I was accosted by a French tart (really) and a couple of strays who didn’t seem to care if I was married. Of course I’m NOT telling Mrs Rissole!!!

      RISSOLE

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    • A genuine, absolute Kiwi.
      Not scared to stand up against
      medical fascists like BloomFAILED.
      Honouring the Hippocratic Oath.
      Telling the truth, even when bought
      and paid for medical shills try to discredit her.
      NZ desperately needs more people like Sue Grey.

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  36. Wow. Just wow. Comment I just received of Fakebook (I’m in the process of leaving so don’t beat me up for being on FB).

    This was from a former work colleague (20 years ago) that proves the propaganda and whatever is in the vaxx is turning people into mindless, ignorant idiots (her husband used to own a business). Brief summary:

    “Happy with masks because it helps me avoid virus. The govt’s decision to close business was after a lot of thought and consultation. And the govt are paying every business a supplement to help them stay afloat. Most kiwis are pleased the govt has protected us and we are not among the millions who have died during this pandemic.”

    WTF! I’ve asked them to direct me to this magic bottomless supplement that is helping businesses to stay afloat, because right now, shifting the deckchairs ain’t working too well.

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  37. New text scam:

    New versions of the ‘Flubot’ text message scam have been identified by the Department of Internal Affairs.

    The new version of the message suggests that the sender has copies of a person’s photos or is attempting to share images.

    If the link is clicked, users will be directed to a fake security alert webpage which indicates that your phone is infected with the Flubot malware and you should install a security update to fix the device.

    This is the same scam which has been warning people about missed deliveries.

    Department of Internal Affairs Digital Messaging and Systems Manager Joe Teo said people should not install or download any applications.

    “If installed, the app will use malware to steal personal information from your phone including banking details, passwords, and other sensitive information.”

    “The app then accesses your contacts and sends their details to the perpetrators of the scam and send additional text messages from your device to other people’s contacts, further spreading the scam.”

    https://chrislynchmedia.com/newsitems/new-versions-of-text-scam-identified-by-the-department-of-internal-affairs?fbclid=IwAR0GIxmRO3lGoVbJ4sLJqU2jJFEwhTLDN6Hv78DTdZBkFoo-pZY9hcyM49A

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  38. Oh Dear. DL will be pissed.

    We too often forget that those who don’t remember the past have no real understanding of the way history repeats itself. It is ironic that the country which protested so vigorously about the apartheid system in South Africa is now embarked on a deeply divisive apartheid system of its own.”
    https://www.spectator.com.au/2021/10/kiwi-life-11/
    The Spectator Australia https://spectator.com.au/2021/10/kiwi-life-11/

    https://t.me/s/BigDaddysLightWarrior/39043

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  39. Taumata Arowai became a new Crown entity in March 2021. It is set to become the dedicated water services regulator for Aotearoa when the Water Services Bill passes, expected to be in the second half of 2021.

    Taumata Arowai will be the new water services regulator for Aotearoa. We will be committed to ensuring all communities have access to safe drinking water and have an oversight role in protecting the environment from the impacts of waste and stormwater.

    The Ministry of Health is the current drinking water regulator. Taumata Arowai will become fully operational when it takes over from the Ministry of Health following the commencement of the Water Services Act, expected to be in the second half of 2021.

    https://www.taumataarowai.govt.nz/?fbclid=IwAR3YuJFLyboOB_fZbRniT2yOQ3exNIqrBwlEVP2MBv1aIrAL8Ab4558HWk0

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    • Taumata Arowai will operate from a te ao Māori perspective aspiring to higher outcomes for wai and tangata in Aotearoa. We will work in partnership across Aotearoa, taking our lead from Te Tiriti o Waitangi, to regulate and influence the water services sector to improve outcomes and reflect on the importance and interconnectivity of the health of tangata and of wai.
      Where we have come from

      The establishment of Taumata Arowai is one of three pou, pillars, of the Government’s 2020 Three Waters Reform programme (the other pou are regulatory and service delivery reform). A dedicated water services regulator will be essential to provide safe and reliable drinking water and improved delivery of waste and storm water.

      https://www.taumataarowai.govt.nz/about/

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    • Why the Te Reo names? Are these entities run by Maori for Maori?
      Would ACT rename them in a language that all New Zealanders would understand?

      It’s like the Hokkaido regional government going all woke and renaming all departments and agencies with newly minted Ainu names that no one knows the meaning of.

      Show some respect for the people of this nation!

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  40. ‘We have more drama ahead’: Major vent opens at La Palma volcano, prompting fears of further destruction (VIDEOS)

    https://www.rt.com/news/536362-palma-volcano-new-fissure/

    Disaster of cosmic proportions: Russian cosmonauts share spectacular SPACE PHOTO of La Palma volcano eruption
    https://www.rt.com/news/536249-palma-volcano-cosmonauts-iss/
    Iceland.
    700 earthquakes by Mt. Keilir in the last 24 hrs are telling us that we might be looking at a new eruption soon. Satellite images have not detected any signs of deformation thought, but it’s still to early to make full use of them yet, according to the latest news.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE5aCaYHjLU

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  41. NZDSOS.

    Dr Bryan Betty is responsible for denying the people of NZ the lifesaving right to prevent and treat Covid-19 with safe and effective drugs. He calls this “Horse-paste”. This could well be seen as a crime against humanity.

    By the way he runs his own pharmaceutical based company dramaticchange.com.http://www.dramaticchange.com/ Wonder who is paying those “consultancy services”?

    https://nzdsos.com/2021/09/30/the-trojan-horse-paste-hater-at-the-helm-of-the-rnzcgp/

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