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    • Just a lying attention seeker that dosent like the fact she got fired.
      Stupid tart has now got the attention of many new potential employers and slashed her job opportunities, although some virtuous employer will get media attention by offering her a job in a fully vaxxed workplace.

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    • The law firm that approached Georgia Smith, Maurice Blackburn, identify as Personal Injury & Compensation Lawyers, so they could be ambulance chasers.

      Frrm personal experience, and medical evidence, the shedding thing is real. So she did represent a genuine threat to her co-workers. Obviously the Pizza shop take the health of their co-workers and their customers, very seriously. As they should, being in the food industry.

      So faced with a downturn due to lock downs, the employee with the greatest risk to customers and staff, was let go. I hope the Pizza shop wins the case.

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    • Odaku-sen…
      This long-winded spiel is for you ….it came to me after being reminded about my grandmother being able to accept a complete political opposite in Council of Trade Unions leader Tom Skinner, because they were both of the same faith.(a post from yesterday)

      With society being split into the vaccinated and unvaccinated, it’s going to get ugly, certainly until we, the unvaccinated are proved to be the smart ones. It’s coming.

      We have sort of been here before when NZ was divided by what Christian denomination you were born into. Being settled mainly by English, Scots, Scots-Irish, Irish, their faith and bigotry came with them. Mixed marriages in my early days and in my parents and grandparent’s time had a different meaning. It was between a Protestant and a Catholic and meant not being able to be married at the altar of your family church and having to fight over which church the children could be baptised in…hard to believe now, but there was still an actual battle going on for souls even then.

      My grandfather’s parents were Scots-Irish(Protestants) and settled in a farming district with other Scots-Irish as well as Irish Catholics. Both lots had emigrated to get away from ‘The Troubles’. They appeared to get on well in their new country, and shared the same hall for their church services, albeit at different times. I recall my mother telling me that there were occasional fights along sectarian lines at the District dances because “the Doolin’s couldn’t hold their whisky”. We had a law back then for ‘having liquor in the vicinity of a dance hall’, probably for that reason.

      When I was growing up, rugby between a Catholic School and a State School was like a re-run of the Battle of the Boyne. The Convent and Marist boys, I think believed they needed to avenge that historic defeat, and for me it was for my mother’s pride and her words, “don’t let those dirty Tikes win. (“Taig in Northern Ireland is most commonly used as a derogatory term by loyalists to refer to Catholics”). I’m sure the other side got similar words about what to do to the Prod’s from their mothers. I certainly know that they got it from their Marist Brothers coaches.

      There was even a separation between Anglican and Presbyterian. On the Scots side, my grandmother and her son in law (my father) were both born in NZ to NZ born parents, yet both called Anglicans Sassenachs. My mother maintained that the only difference between the Catholic and Anglican faiths was a glass door.

      With the coming of the replacement Covidian religion, I think about the Parable of the Sneetches. It has already been banned or burnt by the Covidians. That’s the one about these creatures called Sneetches that were born with stars on their bellies while others were plain bellied and were treated as second class Sneetches. An enterprising entrepreneur by the name of Sylvester McMonkey McBean came along with a machine that printed stars on the unstarred creature’s bellies, making a swag of money. As all the Sneetches then had stars, none could be distinguished from each other, and equality appeared to have been reached amongst the Sneetch community.

      Cunning Mcbeen returned with a star removing machine, collected a wad more money for removing the stars from the original star bellied Sneetches, and they were then back to a ruling class that could be distinguished from the rest. The replacement and removal of stars could go on infintum, with Sylvester McMonkey McBean clipping the ticket on each operation making him one of the richest in the Sneetches world.

      Do you want to have a crack at interpreting the parable?

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      • My Scots-Irish upbringing history lesson is very much the same as yours. I’m thinking that the dislike of those English Catholics (Anglicans) came from being rounded up from the borders by the English and being shiped to Ireland century’s earlier.

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        • Dougal10@0725

          It happened WITHIN the Church of Scotland (The Presbyterians) as well. My step-Great Grandmother (Yes, a long story) although a first-generation Kiwi, had parents from a small village in the Scottish highlands (No names) who were members of the Free Presbyterian Church, a group known as the ‘Wee Frees’ and which was persecuted by the larger church for whatever belief they had that was deemed to be ‘different’ from well-established writ. This persecution was one reason her parents had come to NZ. Understandably Granny M_ had certain views about the Presbyterians as a result, and was not averse to telling us (and any Presby unfortunate -enough to be nearby) exactly what those views were, frequently, at length and at volume. As the great grandies we became used to it, to the extent that it was expected if there was a function involving Scots, but it was certainly a revelation to hear, especially as she had become a METHODIST in protest!!

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      • ……”the only difference between the Catholic and Anglican faiths was a glass door”…..

        Beautifully put. Apart from the Catholics insisting that all messages to Huey had to be sent through the Pope you couldn’t have inserted a communion wafer between the pomp, pageantry & bullshit of Rome & the High Church of England.

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        • nasska@0813

          …Or as it was put to me many years ago,, ‘When the Pope wouldn’t sanction Henry VIII’s divorces, Henry threw his toys out of the cot , said ‘F-you, I’ll make my OWN church’ and did so, then to really rub the salt in, he proceeded to destroy the RC’s power base and grabbled all the assets / money and real-estate he could get his mitts on.

          It could be reasonably-said therefore, that Henry wasn’t a fan of the RC Church…

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      • I wondered at this inter racine war. Never saw it in OZ. I think it may have been collateral from the English Empire. To keep the Empire together they became professional at Divide et impera. Split the population. Borrowed from the Roman Empire – divide and rule. People are easier to enslave when they are squabbling. Having said that the people largely ignored the squabble and married across tribes. The modern slave lords have taken this tactic to an extreme by atomising everyone, getting everyone distrusting each other. Much easier to control.

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        • You must not have been in the right places. Aussies were just as bad as us at the divide between the churches. Greeks/Italians/poms/Irish. You name it, they were all at it. Nowadays it’s the ragheads vs the rest.

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          • Now you mention it, it was verboten to mix with the Wops and Croats in Perth. It was an eye opener coming to small towns in South Island, when the family tree were split and buried in different parts of the cemetery, for generations. Queensland was pretty tribal, one big red neck tribe. I don’t buy the latest Islamic hate war-drum, nor the russia hate war-drum, nor the china hate war drums. Massive weak as piss false flags. I’m starting to wonder about the narrative on WW1 and WW2 as well. All seem marketing ploys to sell war guns.

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  1. Bon@0617

    Re: ‘We are her employers after all’.

    Umm; no, not any more. as despite the ‘caring’ words, in her world WE are HER servants. I am of the opinion that DL appears to be exhibitting many of the characteristics of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), and to that end (And on the principle that it is useful to know in advance what to expect) have posted a list below which might be of interest. Number 4 (‘Lack of Empathy’) is especially interesting, and, curiously, would seem to be a characteristic shared by Helen Clark (DL’s apparent Mentor)…

    Submitted for such value as it might be.

    Thank you..

    _________________________

    The Nine Characteristics of NPD

    Overall, there are 9 characteristics of NPD. You must have at least 5 of these at the same time to be diagnosed with it. Some narcissists may be able to control these personality traits, but some may not, and that is when they start to become dangerous.

    People with NPD are likely to have arrogant qualities, and will assert one’s own ideas over others in an air of superiority and pride. Funny enough, when I went on google to find an image of arrogance, it mostly came up with a vast collection of business men sticking their noses up in the air. This not only confirms the unfortunate stereotype of business men, but also remind us that people with big egos are mostly found in corporations and businesses.

    2. Grandiosity

    Grandiosity means to feel superior. Narcissists usually elevate them selves to the point where everyone else is inferior to them, their traits and their talents.

    3. Preoccupation with Success and Power

    Due to their high expectations of themselves, they never expect to fail. Ambitions of success and achieving power dominates the mind of narcissist.

    4. Lack of Empathy

    This is definitely the most dangerous trait out of the nine because not only is it subtle and hard to detect, but it also puts everyone else around them at risk. This lack of empathy is the result generally shallow emotions, such as; the inability to love deeply, lack of remorse and lack of guilt.

    For example, when someone with NPD has lost a loved one, if they lack empathy, they’re not happy, but they’re not sad. At least, not sad or crying to the extent most humans are. Or when they are being wed, and declaring vows to his/her partner, they probably have no intention of being emotionally faithful. They are just doing it because they are expected to. So they continue to live a married life, but the vows and emotions mean nothing to them.

    Drawing away from depressing situations that affect them personally, let’s take a look at how they might react to another person’s suffering. For example, if a highly destructive earthquake had hit in a region halfway across the world from the narcissist, everyone would be feeling empathetic and offering condolences to those affected. But yet the NPD sufferer simply says “But I don’t live in that region.” It’s this disconnection they feel that is highly subtle.

    Many narcissists do not know the way they feel is abnormal because they have nothing to compare it to. It could be very late in someone’s life when they first start to realise a lot of people didn’t feel the way they did. Also, this trait is important to a narcissist simply because a lack of empathy could benefit to success.

    5. Belief of Being Unique

    This characteristic comes with the belief that not a lot of people have things in common with them. They believe that they are unique or special in some way, which also allows them to think that not many people can understand them. They feel that others inferior to them are too intellectually limited to even comprehend their greatness.

    6. Sense of Entitlement

    A person suffering from Narcissistic Personality disorder to likely to have a demeanour of sense entitlement, meaning that they believe they deserve certain privileges or special treatment.

    7. Requires Excessive Admiration
    Some sufferers of NPD may feel that they need to be admired or looked up to by others. They also may feel that they deserve this admiration which links closely into the belief that they deserve certain special privileges.

    8. Exploitative

    Narcissists have a defining characteristic of being exploitative, meaning utilising others for their own gain or advantage. Their lack of empathy could be thought to fuel this aspect of them. Along with the other characteristics, the urge for engaging in exploitation is one that could prove as a threat or pose as a danger for society and those around them.

    Envious of Others

    The last of the 9 aspects of an NPD sufferer is the tendency to be envious of others. This links in with their preoccupation with success and need for power. They use other’s success to become jealous and use that as a stepping stone to their own success. (1)

    ______________________________________________

    (1) [n.a.], ‘The 9 Nine Characteristics of NPD’, [online], https://howcanweknowus.weebly.com/the-9-characteristics-of-npd.html>, [accessed 22 October 2021].

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  2. A Quiet Attack on American Principles Is Going Unnoticed
    An underreported result of the trial of police officer Derek Chauvin is upending American ideals of justice

    The sanctity of American justice is predicated on the right to a fair trial. Trial by jury was one of the most important American principles at its founding, guaranteed in the body of the Constitution in Article III, Section 2, and in the Sixth Amendment. It was instituted as a protection of individuals against abuses by the government.

    Earlier this year, police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of the murder of George Floyd. Chauvin’s attorneys had hired highly experienced and respected retired forensic pathologist Dr. David Fowler as an expert witness. Fowler testified that Floyd died of “a sudden cardiac arrhythmia due to his [underlying] heart disease … during his restraint and subdual by the police” and not because of lack of oxygen. Despite Fowler’s testimony, the jury convicted Chauvin of murder.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/a-quiet-attack-on-american-principles-is-going-unnoticed_4055981.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=mb-2021-10-21&mktids=09d7e4fce01adc881453792b33446711&est=s43nbNQ17wW5n1s6x0Bkq72Beg8lAGM7B3zbnPkbHQmIgGsW6%2FtosTEkuXNUpnE%3D

    Happening here as well.
    We will be back to our own armed militia before many more years are out.

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    • Most lawyers I know love playing toesy with the totalitarians. They assume they can bend them to their will, but have been fooled and overrun.

      ~Woe unto thee lawyers. Yeah are as graves which appear not.

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      • Then the crowd called out “Free Barabbas” and it was done.
        Like not arresting others that are in breach of health regulations and said to be in the too hard lesson.

        Tamaki is our test for truth and principles.
        Not quite the comparison I want to put Brian Tamaki up to; but then again, sup with the devil with a long spoon, and make the most of the deal.
        So it is, where Tamaki stands, we stand; and have faith in our own principles to be unmovable rocks.

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  3. Any cell phone experts out there that can tell me why my Samsung note device has been for the last few days flashing a blue screen for maybe a quarter of a second everytime it is activated, I’ve certainly made no alterations at all ,very strange, maybe sending ridiculing memes to the labour party in Wellington has got me on a list ,,LMFAO.

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  4. Over 12,000 Air Force Personnel Poised Not to Meet COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Deadline
    By Zachary Stieber
    October 20, 2021 Updated: October 21, 2021
    biggersmaller Print

    Over 12,000 active-duty Air Force personnel are poised not meet an upcoming deadline to be fully vaccinated against the virus that causes COVID-19, according to newly released data from the military branch.

    In a new update on compliance with the Air Force’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, officials said 3.8 percent of the force remains unvaccinated as of Oct. 18.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/over-12000-air-force-personnel-poised-not-to-meet-covid-19-vaccine-mandate-deadline_4059907.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_medium=email2&utm_campaign=mb-2021-10-21&mktids=09d7e4fce01adc881453792b33446711&est=UvgXU7M6qCn3zmbsroW6jYx9ANiX7KsokQ8wEXWRwOnjIViQYv%2F6f%2FnP6n000Lo%3D

    Be fun then if the CCP decide to turn on the vaccinated.

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  5. Odaku-sen…
    This long-winded spiel is for you ….it came to me after being reminded about my grandmother being able to accept a complete political opposite in Council of Trade Unions leader Tom Skinner, because they were both of the same faith.(a post from yesterday)

    With society being split into the vaccinated and unvaccinated, it’s going to get ugly, certainly until we, the unvaccinated are proved to be the smart ones. It’s coming.

    We have sort of been here before when NZ was divided by what Christian denomination you were born into. Being settled mainly by English, Scots, Scots-Irish, Irish, their faith and bigotry came with them. Mixed marriages in my early days and in my parents and grandparent’s time had a different meaning. It was between a Protestant and a Catholic and meant not being able to be married at the altar of your family church and having to fight over which church the children could be baptised in…hard to believe now, but there was still an actual battle going on for souls even then.

    My grandfather’s parents were Scots-Irish(Protestants) and settled in a farming district with other Scots-Irish as well as Irish Catholics. Both lots had emigrated to get away from ‘The Troubles’. They appeared to get on well in their new country, and shared the same hall for their church services, albeit at different times. I recall my mother telling me that there were occasional fights along sectarian lines at the District dances because “the Doolin’s couldn’t hold their whisky”. We had a law back then for ‘having liquor in the vicinity of a dance hall’, probably for that reason.

    When I was growing up, rugby between a Catholic School and a State School was like a re-run of the Battle of the Boyne. The Convent and Marist boys, I think believed they needed to avenge that historic defeat, and for me it was for my mother’s pride and her words, “don’t let those dirty Tikes win. (“Taig in Northern Ireland is most commonly used as a derogatory term by loyalists to refer to Catholics”). I’m sure the other side got similar words about what to do to the Prod’s from their mothers. I certainly know that they got it from their Marist Brothers coaches.

    There was even a separation between Anglican and Presbyterian. On the Scots side, my grandmother and her son in law (my father) were both born in NZ to NZ born parents, yet both called Anglicans Sassenachs. My mother maintained that the only difference between the Catholic and Anglican faiths was a glass door.

    With the coming of the replacement Covidian religion, I think about the Parable of the Sneetches. It has already been banned or burnt by the Covidians. That’s the one about these creatures called Sneetches that were born with stars on their bellies while others were plain bellied and were treated as second class Sneetches. An enterprising entrepreneur by the name of Sylvester McMonkey McBean came along with a machine that printed stars on the unstarred creature’s bellies, making a swag of money. As all the Sneetches then had stars, none could be distinguished from each other, and equality appeared to have been reached amongst the Sneetch community.

    Cunning Mcbeen returned with a star removing machine, collected a wad more money for removing the stars from the original star bellied Sneetches, and they were then back to a ruling class that could be distinguished from the rest. The replacement and removal of stars could go on infintum, with Sylvester McMonkey McBean clipping the ticket on each operation making him one of the richest in the Sneetches world.

    Do you want to have a crack at interpreting the parable?

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    • Enjoyed that Toko.

      A point I heard was that Dalgetys stock & farm merchandise gave more support to church going Anglicans.
      Wright Stephson’s gave more support to church supporting Catholics.
      Whether that was on locality and depended on the manager I am unsure, but still not surprising.

      Later heard in another area, but can not recall, another denomination, or the stock company, the offer was he would get all the Overdraft requirements if he joined that certain Church. Decision though tough, he sold up, as he did not want to tie himself or family to that Church.

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        • WG…
          That’s interesting. Date palms have significance in Christianity so there would be symbolism there as well. A bit of trivia…those large ones that you are talking about are Pheonex canariensis (from the Canary Islands) while the ones mentioned in the bible are Pheonex dactylifera.

          I’ve seen fundamental Christians advertising for palm leaves for Palm Sunday and ash from incinerated palm leaves for their Ash Sundays.

          Scientists have successfully grown a date palm from a 2000-year-old seed dug up from the Judean desert. That makes the seed, whose age has just been verified by radiocarbon dating, the oldest ever to germinate.
          Record-setting germination may aid plant conservation
          https://www.science.org/content/article/ancient-palm-resurrected-2000-year-old-seed

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    • Sneetches and their stars…
      Where to begin?

      Lazy people in a hurry like to use short cuts to make their decisions quicker and easier. Such people use (what people like them consider to be) symbols of status and position in society to help them make their decisions. The Sneetches’ star is an analogy to these markers.

      Smarter, wiser people probably take the time to get to know the other person a bit better before inviting them into their circle of trust and confidence.

      Unfortunately, it cannot be denied that a great many people covert those sympbols of status in society. They will spend money they don’t have, to buy things they don’t need, to impress people they don’t like (and who don’t like them).

      What are some of these symbols?
      – Designer clothes
      – Batch / boat / BMW
      – The latest smartphone
      – ______________________________________________________ (add some more, if you like)

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  6. Sp wee jimmy shaw is pissed with people challenging his wasteful spending.

    Toys out of the cot stuff.

    Best he quits and finds his nirvana some other place piece of shit scum.

    James Shaw defends COP26 climate change trip to Glasgow
    Climate Change Minister James Shaw has had enough of the criticism over his upcoming trip to Glasgow.

    Shaw will attend the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) next month, with a team of 15.

    The Country’s Jamie Mackay suggested Shaw was taking “a rugby team” to the conference and questioned whether he needed that many people, especially with Kiwis waiting for valuable MIQ spaces.

    Shaw disagreed, saying New Zealand had been sending “actual rugby teams” overseas.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/james-shaw-defends-cop26-climate-change-trip-to-glasgow/HSCHWI3CYZMPVO43XVLUAD5QQU/

    By comparison, Fiji was sending around 50 negotiators “because they actually see climate change as an existential threat,” Shaw said.

    “So they take it more seriously than we do. Ultimately that’s because they’re feeling the effects of it in ways that we aren’t.”

    Nah, they are sending 50 mate because we are funding their junket under the table.

    “If he’s going to dish it out to the Climate Change Minister for taking up MIQ spots, why isn’t he dishing it out to the Trade Minister for taking MIQ spots?

    “They said that’s because it’s trade and that’s clearly more important. So that just shows the sort of priorities there.”

    New Zealand was in a “climate crisis” and the time to act was now, Shaw said.

    “If you talk to the people of Westport about the effects of climate change, if you talk to the people who lived around the fires in Nelson … if you talk to the farmers experiencing ever-increasing drought…then you know this thing is upon us.”

    “It’s not happening to in the future somewhere else to somebody else – it’s not about polar bears in the arctic anymore – it’s about us.”

    If Jimmy read history he would know nothing is new about those events. always been happening.

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  7. No-one will be left behind in race to reach 90 per cent vaccination rate – minister

    Covid-19 restrictions will continue until all groups reach 90 per cent vaccination rates, Health Minister Andrew Little says.

    The move to ensure no-one is left behind in the drive for vaccinations has been welcomed by community health leaders. “Aotearoa is in this together,” said Raewyn Bhana​, site manager of Christchurch’s Whānau Ora Community Clinic.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/126745847/noone-will-be-left-behind-in-race-to-reach-90-per-cent-
    vaccination-rate–minister

    I’ve got news for the nasty little man.
    Dead in the head this piece of shit.
    He can get fucked.

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  8. Well Troopers,
    Today at 1000 the Princess of Pestilence announces how we’re going to get out of this cluster.
    The fact that she’s announcing it on Friday prior to a long weekend, fills me with dread. Don’t they realise that everyone got wise to Friday bad news dumps 20 years ago?

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  9. Ability of vaccine to reduce virus spread could decide challenge to ‘no jab, no job’ order

    The case of four airport security officers sacked for refusing the Covid-19 vaccination is expected to affect other employment groups facing no jab, no job choices.

    The four, whose names and workplace were suppressed, were now unemployed, a judge was told at the High Court in Wellington on Thursday.

    They worked for the Civil Aviation Authority as aviation security officers and were forced to choose between having the Pfizer vaccination, or losing their jobs, lawyer Sue Grey​ said.

    The vaccination order also directly affected unvaccinated pilots, flight crew, and others around the country who were wondering about their future, she said.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/126734120/covid19-ability-of-vaccine-to-reduce-virus-spread-could-decide-challenge-to-no-jab-no-job-order

    The judge said the key question might be whether the vaccination order for people in certain positions reduced the risk of the virus spreading, which could justify the limit on personal freedom.

    The judge was told even a doctor who had given written evidence for the hearing on behalf of the aviation security workers, now looked to be out of a job by the end of the month.

    BUT. A woke Judge who cares not a jot about peoples rights.
    The judge said the key question might be whether the vaccination order for people in certain positions reduced the risk of the virus spreading, which could justify the limit on personal freedom.
    However, early in the hearing the judge said the case about the approval of the vaccine had already been heard and determined, and questioned how some of Grey’s submissions were relevant.

    The four aviation security officers have also taken proceedings before the Employment Relations Authority raising issues such as whether they interacted with international travellers and whether the vaccination order should have applied to them.

    The High Court hearing is expected to end on Friday. More than 400 people joined to watch it online.

    We already know what the Judge will say. None of them have the balls to stick up for individual rights anymore.

    COWARDS, the fucking lot of them.

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  10. This comment is about the UK situation but it seems to me it also describes New Zealand pretty accurately:

    Joe Williams • 7 minutes ago
    Good evening, for the second time this century we appear to have a parliamentary coalition. We’ve had Cameron/Clegg, we now have Johnson/Starmer. Starmer being the leader of ‘The Opposition that Never Was’, in reality, merely another large unmarked carriage on the gravy train, but enough of a mirage to convince the fools that there remains some distance between the parties, when more & more of us realise there is none. They are all actors, even those such as John Redwood, who, from the backbenches, behaves as if his sage advice will be heeded by a still rational Conservative Party. A ship that sailed decades ago. Westminster/Whitehall has more in common with Hollywood.

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  11. A mate saw the new James Bond film.
    He warns me to steer clear- Apparently it is full of ‘woke’ snide remarks about ‘old white men’ etc etc and Bond gets replaced by a woman at the end…
    For Fuck’s Sake.

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  12. If there’s any one of you out of work don’t think of yourself as being “unemployed”.

    Rather, think of yourself as a highly trained back-up in case the entire Human Rights Commission is wiped out in a plane crash

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    • Or future pure blood breeding stock to repopulate the earth when an unknown clever virus that has disguised itself as a vaccine has leaked from a research lab.

      Books, stories and movies about zombies, contagions, viruses, bio weapons, all caused by research lab leaks, have been bubbling up from the collective unconscious for several decades.

      As did space flight starting in 1902 with Georges Méliès and Le Voyage dans la Lune, and moving through Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers, Lost in Space, Forbidden Planet, and to the present day Sci-Fi genre, with Star Wars, Star Trek, StarGate, Andromeda, Deep Space Nine, and Battlestar Galactica being notable. And the earlier ones have come to pass, with later ones on their way.

      Along with dangers of uncontrolled AI.

      Things that bubble up from the collective unconscious tend to be warnings or enlightenment of where we are headed.

      The contagion / virus narrative about greedy drug companies and Resident Evil appears to be coming true, and niavity is rushing headlong to meet it, propelled by self serving greed that has opened Pandora’s box. The warnings from the collective unconscious are coming to pass.

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    • All the panic of horrors of cluttering our Hospitals, so endangering other people.
      That created desperation, of brain-washing, not to even consider the sense, of cents, of HCQ, Ivermectin, Aspirin. where proven treatment protocols have made remarkable differences.

      Then pushes people in to believing Lysenko scientism, backed by stasi informers, to Stalin enforcement, that bulleted people, or to Gulag institutions. to their deaths.
      A planned system, where nothing, no individual, minority could really question, debate, discuss, or challenge, as that “kindly” collective philosophy of Rousseau’s, then went through the orgy of the French Revolution, that then set the scene for a strong man came out on top, then with his agenda.

      Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Mao, Ceausescu. Castro, Pol Pot, Mugabe, Chávez & Maduro, Kim Jong-un series; all learned the lessons well, on how to divide their population, maintaining an elite, Praetorian Guard, academia, media techno-bureau-crats, then bread & circuses for the rest when they comply. Always disposing of any dissidents.

      The point is no open, free, transparent society, and the only religion to have, is to religiously, piously, follow the state leader.

      Free us for our Drug of Choice, HCQ, Ivermectin, Aspirin!
      What real reason could be for what would be their banning?
      Legitimize these Drugs ! ! !

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  13. So theyve set a tough plan with higher restrictions but they can review it at any time and change settings if polling plumets.

    Set 90% double vax so we never reach it and kept in perpetual lockdowns and targeted lockdowns. Even once 90% is reached we get very little normaility/freedom just more rules on restrictions and more vax aparthied.

    Did i hear correct that vax passports are semi voluntary for bussinesses? And that if they choose not to use them then they have to abide by distancing/gathering rules? Or is that only for retail and not hospitality?

    I think the main take away from cindys announcement is… FUCK JACINDA ARDERN.

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    • The worst thing is these idiots will chop change and ramp up restrictions as their plan declines into even more failure.

      Cindy you cant idiot your way out of an idiot situation.

      The beauty of the cunning plan is the boosters will all be due before 90% is reached meaning the double vaxxed will still get fucked over.

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    • Robbo has just announced qualifiying business will receive covid support up to $43k as long as they are vaxxine compliant. Blackmailing business with our tax dollars to discriminate against the non-compliant.

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  14. As part of my self flagellation regime I have spent the last ten minutes listening to Cindy. I have no doubt she is clearly off her head and you have to wonder if she is on some kind mind altering drugs. I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone use so many words to say absolutely nothing. I had to give up watching before I attacked the screen. This is all some kind of look at me pantomime and power trip. She is trying to turn us all against each other as a means of consolidating power, we can’t let this happen.

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  15. * $120m grant to assist with increasing Maori vaccination rates introduced
    They were given $950 million to help them thru covid. Now another $120 Million.
    Unreal.
    * “If you want summer, get vaccinated” PM says.

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  16. According to the latest figures I can find, 2260 ‘cases’ of this supposed ‘Delta variant’ have been found to date in NZ and TWO people have died since this ‘outbreak’ started in mid August – with around 50 people currently in hospital. Out of 2260 people.

    For slightly over nine weeks around 1.7 million people have been locked down like prisoners, businesses destroyed, society wrenched apart and vital medical services delayed or put on hold over this fucking farce and there’s no end in sight.

    And to any idiot who says “But think how much worse it would have been without a lockdown”, I point out that two deaths is a minuscule 0.09% of these 2260 ‘cases’. Cases which have been manufactured by coercing hundreds of thousands of perfectly healthy people to have probes stuck up their noses like laboratory animals.

    This is clearly not about health. This is clearly a concerted assault on our country from within. NZ is under attack by a neoMarxist totalitarian government which needs to be overthrown immediately if we are to survive as a country.

    It’s our choice. Freedom or slavery. Which will we choose?

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      • I am sure there is more, of recent times.

        Robespierre, Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Mao, Ceausescu. Castro, Pol Pot, Mugabe, Chávez & Maduro, Kim Jong-un series; all learned the lessons well, on how to divide their population.
        Maintaining an elite, Praetorian Guard, academia, media techno-bureau-crats, then bread & circuses for the rest when they comply. Always disposing of any dissidents.

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      • They ain’t communists.

        Don’t split hairs. Their leader is a quasi Communist with a history in the extreme ‘socialist’ international movement and her lackeys are characterised by their almost universal hatred of capitalism, democracy and freedom. This government is neoMarxist; but what’s the difference? The result is the same; and mentioning Hitler and the Nazis is a sure way of losing the argument anyway so I stand by what I wrote.

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        • You are right Eurokiwi,
          For me it is the greater understanding why the people not only follow such leaders, but actively partake in herding people down those paths. ….. time & again. in the rhythm and rhymes of history.
          Removing choice as their basis can not stand up, unopposed, or be challenged, and in debate to find the truth.

          It is one reason why, not even to question the vaxx, but to show the need for Choice in demanding to free up other alternative, early, timely first treatments, is a possibility !
          That even the single, double, triple or more jabbed may also desperately want to try! even if at a later date.
          I am not even interested in tearing down the vaxx’s, even though I despise the echelon that supports them.

          I know that challenges the legitimacy of the vaxx and the additional new laws coming in around it, but that is their problem.

          Just trying to focus down, and ok, I maybe tunnel vision.
          If the tunnel caves in on the vaxx, it is because they built their tunnel system on sand.

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        • Maybe they are Fabians.

          You know. The people who know what is best for you, who want to “right the wrongs of the past,” and have the plan for a “fairer” society. What’s not to like?
          The real question is what do Fabians do to people who don’t agree with them?

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    • Then legitimize our drugs of choice and their combos!
      All okay by WHO , FDA, MedsafeNZ and to be prescribed in the well known safety limits.

      Ivermectin, HCQ, Aspirin, all to be able to be had in a timely manner as a prophylactic and first & early treatment, as per protocols that have been formed by Doctors Peter McCullough, Zelinko, and I know there are few more, with proven track records.

      We do not protest against those jabs, just not for ourselves, or family..

      Why do the public seem to support the government in actively banning those drugs.
      The public that do seem complicit with the government need to be called out as being complicit in supporting criminal murderous behavior!
      They are the ones that vastly increase the rates of hospital overloads, by denying this first & early treatment that makes sense, at only cents prices.

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    • This is an interesting concept as I think anyone who pays their taxes or lives in New Zealand should be entitled to hospital care which includes ICU or high dependent unit or any of the services. Especially people who have paid taxes to keep the hospitals operational for ever. Is there a clause that allows people who pay tax to get a special discount if they are not jabbed and are still paying tax and yet cannot use the facilities at the hospital? Though so many businesses are going to hit the wall very shortly so it’s possibly not something we should concern ourselves with worrying about feeding ourselves perhaps should be the priority, there won’t be hospitals soon anyway?????. The government has no rights to stop anyone from receiving hospital care. Its all just fear mongering and they are exceptionally good at it.

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      • I can vouch first hand how dedicated and nonjudgmental the ICU and public health front line workers are when they looked after Mr J. If there is any discrimination put in place it will be done through government policy. And if they do that, they are once again in violation of international human and civil rights treaties that they ratified/agreed to.

        If you look at the “traffic light” system, there is a huge amount of emphasis on getting private business to police people’s vaccine status. Not just here but around the world. Is this because the govt knows it is overreaching and violating human rights, and so it’s easier to delegate this issue to private business, so they get litigated against, rather than the govt? I think we all know the answer to this – the most untransparent and deflective government every.

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      • Who thinks that the goverment will restrict ICU beds to only double clot as their are so few of them, shot to make their figures look better and the unvaxed will go cold turkey. Then the government can go, see wee told you so. It’s real bad, you will die but get the shot and we will save you!

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        • When you stand back & look at it all health care is provided via some sort of insurance scheme. In what is termed “private” you pay health insurance companies who spend vast amounts on lawyers who work out ways to avoid claims. In the “public” health system everyone pays via taxes & the state rations care & avoids paying out by decree.

          Either way the contributor gets fucked.

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        • The premiums go up, and the private insurers will also see the high risks.

          Under “emergency” the government can commandeer all resources, assets, man power, what ever, and direct how they will be used.
          Your insurance policy will be come null & void.
          The government will determine who has priority, and will define it for their so called collective beehive needs.

          All we asking for are the HCQ Ivermectin combo protocols.
          Even to enter a hospital, we would be very happy to take them as prophylactic or treatment, and to have the tests done.

          With-holding medicine is Criminal. by this Medical autocracy.

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    • Maybe I am just lucky in my 67 years the only time I have been admitted to a public hospital was when I was born. I have had some private surgery paid for myself. So the argument that hospital places should be restricted to vaccinated makes me angry. Had this argument put to me by my own son. I don’t actually expect to need a hospital bed if I catch covid but there is a principle here.
      Are beds denied to smokers, alcoholics, drug addicts, the obese? As O’sen said we should be changing the name of the country to New Tyranny

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      • Are beds denied to smokers, alcoholics, drug addicts, the obese?
        I know it’s a rhetorical question – but no. Nor to the drunk, underage drivers who crash their stolen cars into power poles (or worse, other cars).

        It’s sad when our nearest and dearest can’t see common sense. My family have “traffic lighted” me because I won’t comply. No doubt I’ll be the hot topic of conversation at tonight’s gathering (which I’m excluded from). What should be the hot topic of conversation is what the government are doing which has divided the family so much.

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        • I’m sorry Jules, though you may have dodged a bullet as by going you would have to explain yourself over and over and you will never convince them otherwise, and by not going you are free to do what ever you like. Have a great night and remember we are all here for you, family and friends may not be but we are offering support to anyone who is feeling ostracised at the minute. We will win in the end, I do not want this clot shot in me.

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          • Lizziep, I’ve very grateful for everyone here at YSB. In any case, Mr J and I are going to have a great night. And I definitely do NOT want the clot shot in me after seeing the Stew Peters video. We will continue to hold the line and good will conquer evil as it always does. 🙂

            You have a great night too.

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      • Curious…
        The facts seem to be that if you are going to die of covid, you are more than likely to be obese.
        Instead of mandating the clot shot, mandate stomach stapling for all people of a certain BMI. After all it’s all about health and safety, according to a letter from the hospital that I’ve just read.

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        • ‘Tis okay, Sooty. My nerves are only shot for a few minutes when the earth shakes now. What unsettles me more these days are the control freaks thinking they have the right to bully us into submission (or turn friends, family and private businesses against us).

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      • The Waikato is very stable, fingers crossed🤞 I never feel quakes when everywhere else seems to report them. Last good shake in the Waikato would have been centred near Te Aroha in the 1970’s when all the chimney pots fell off their roofs.

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        • Waikatogirl@1300

          Rest assured there are still quakes in the Waikato, just not ones that the majority of people are sensitive to .

          I’m one of the ‘sensitive’ ones (No comment thank you) and it’s a very disconcerting experience to feel the house sway slightly as a quake goes past, with a tremor being somewhat-like a heavy truck going past but only lasting for micro-seconds..

          In respect of the most recent ‘hear-able’ earthquake in the Waikato BTW, from memory that would have been around 1989 and centered on Te Aroha (As usual).. We’d not-long returned here and although I had warned them as to what to expect, my family had never experienced a ‘jolt’.

          A mild one (4.5) made itself known and they quickly ‘learnt the realities – and realised that I hadn’t been joking.

          Haven’t had any similar ones since so the district must be overdue… 🙂

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          • Fair enough. I’m not silly enough to think there are no fault lines in the Waikato placed between the Kaimais and Mt Pirongia which must once have been an enormously high mountain that has obviously lost it’s top at some point. Look at Christchurch (Hi Jules!) where they weren’t expecting earthquakes.

            We used to live on SH23 (Auck – NP) with a constant flow of heavy trucks so a little earthquake shake probably wouldn’t even register with me!

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            • Hamilton is known in the Civil Defence community as being a low hazard place, WG. It’s why there is not a NZ CD Volunteer Response Team established there.

              Apparently CD and First Responders always knew that Chch was always expecting a big one… they just didn’t let the people know about it. They had even rehearsed such an event the year or so earlier. Anyway, the first was a shock for me and others. Feb 22, though, I was expecting and so when it hit, I went “Oh here it is,” and clung onto my printer in the dark (it was sliding towards me) and waited for our 100+ year old building to collapse on top of me. Amazed it didn’t and to this day I have undying gratitude to the men that built that building!

              Sad so many didn’t survive, or were seriously crush injured.

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  17. Well fellow Dorklanders, batten down the hatches. We ain’t going anywhere for bloody weeks. This short, sharp lockdown is really starting to get me down.

    Never thought I’d say it, but I’m not proud to be a NZer any more.

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  18. As a leader jacinda ardern has got to be the most pathetic decision maker of all times. Too pussy to make a solid decision just flakey beating around the bush and leaves far more questions then answers.

    If you cant handle it or fo ya job cindy how bout you fuck off!

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    • Posted before showing Fauci believes he is above everybody. that he is the science.
      Lets get real Fauci 🙁

      Doctor Faucci Refused to be tested but tells you to
      https://youtu.be/eEqiYRFWzgw
      59 secs, : Sep 10, 2021

      “If I’m in a high risk group then maybe then I’ll get tested”
      Another special elite!
      Just what are you at your age?
      Aged 80, in the high risk group!

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  19. Jacinda Ardern is utterly insane.
    This deranged ‘Traffic Light’ bullcrap is just nonsensical and delusional.
    Where does this end? The rest of the world have moved on with their lives (My mate went to a Football game in Oklahoma recently and there were 60,000 in the stadium)
    Here in Queen Jacinda’s Aotearoa we have cancelled NZ Cup week and Showday etc and we are all still hiding at home with our bloody Teddy Bears in the windows!
    Fuck I am angry with this Country..

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  20. Latest public health England report.
    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1027511/Vaccine-surveillance-report-week-42.pdf
    Have a look at page 15 deaths from covid within 28 days of a positive test 60-69 age bracket. All rates per 100,000 people.
    Unvaccinated 19.5
    One Dose 20
    14 days after two doses 4.2
    two doses before expiry of 14 days 238
    Tell me again how getting vaxed protects you from serious disease and death. For the mathematicians the unvaxed death rate is 0.0002% such a deadly virus.
    And of course this data doesn’t include those killed by the vax.

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  21. Looks like lockdown is going to continue for some time. Plans for more taxpayer funding to keep the economy churning.

    People on low incomes are to get access to extra funds to pay for food and emergencies while Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions continue.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2021/10/21/low-income-workers-get-boost-to-pay-for-food-and-emergencies-in-lockdown/

    The payments from Work and Income, currently only available to a single person working less than 30 hours per week on the minimum wage, are being extended up to 40 hours at the minimum wage, or $800 per week.

    For a couple with or without children it rises to $1600 per week.

    “Expanding the income limits for Hardship Support will mean more low income individuals and families will be able to get support,” Sepuloni said.

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  22. There are 129 new community cases of Covid-19 to report today.

    120 are in Auckland

    9 are in the Waikato.
    Waikato region, all have been contacted and confirmed linked to existing cases.

    64 of these cases are linked, of whom 25 are household contacts, and 65 remain unlinked

    All go for the 3rd dose and if you are eligible. hmmm …..
    https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines/covid-19-vaccine-health-advice/covid-19-vaccine-severely-immunocompromised-people

    Now just give out the approved WHO approved HCQ or Ivermectin combo, as that makes sense, being only cents! when telling people they test positive.

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    • No mention of the case up north in Whangarei?
      Not a peep. Funny that !!!!!!!!!
      Was just off the phone talking to some one who has a friend who has been told to get isolated as they were in the same place as this infected one.

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    • Ed: May be did not make the cutoff deadline.
      Still that shows how little Mengele’s autocracy are concerned.
      Barely get started back into business, and now being savagely ripped by this autocracy.

      Parua Bay Tavern
      Good Afternoon
      Today I received information that one of my staff members has had a family member that has tested positive for COVID-19
      As a precaution , the Tavern will be closed while the business follows all MOH guidelines
      All staff members are in isolation and are getting tested today
      I’m sorry I can’t give any more information at this time until we get our results.
      Thanks for all your amazing support ❤️
      Tom,Grets & the PBT Team

      https://www.facebook.com/paruabaytavernparuabay/posts/10158100546441822

      So the Ministry of Health and the Northland District Health Board stay quiet about this.
      Another way of terrorizing people, keeping them in the dark.

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    • Another 2 new ones in Northland but way up North, but this time acknowledged.

      The two new positive cases in Northland have now been confirmed by the Ministry of Health.
      In a statement, the MoH said the two cases were isolating near Kaikohe and were contacts of a recently diagnosed case in Auckland.

      Maybe Northland is back in the red of the traffic light system. 🙁

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  23. That doesn’t sound like they are going to open up any time soon and business must comply to receive the taxpayer funded blackmail funds.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/10/covid-19-government-support-payments-for-businesses-doubled-to-help-them-through-lockdown.html
    The Government is doubling the amount of money eligible businesses can claim as Auckland’s lockdown stretches beyond two months.

    The eligible businesses get a base payment of $1500, plus $400 for each full-time employee. The maximum is 50 employees, or $21,500.

    From November 12 payments will be fortnightly, and instead of a base payment of $1500, it will be $3000. For each full-time employee, businesses will get $800 up from $400. This will make the maximum fortnightly payment $43,000.

    If a business chooses not to use vaccine certificates, only contactless hospitality would be allowed, and only 10 unvaccinated people could gather for the likes of weddings and funerals.

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  24. The latest Stew Peters video with Dr Carrie Madej talking about all the strange things they are finding in these vials. She says Project Veritas is doing an expose next week on it. It is really weird stuff but Dylan will be pleased to hear she talks about a possible water parasite in it all. What I like about this lady is she openly says she does not understand what these things are and what is going on. that is she is honest. BUT she is definite on the fact that the things should not be in the jabs.

    https://rumble.com/vnzy9f-shocking-dr.-carrie-madej-releases-first-look-at-pfizer-vial-contents.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Stew+Peters+Show&ep=2

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  25. It is so funny, looking at watching this, like the yesterday’s links I put up about the Amish community.

    Pennsylvania Amish community has reached herd immunity from COVID-19, medical center says
    https://youtu.be/BWiuzHNH9D4
    2 mins 25 secs : Mar 30, 2021 : Fox

    Some medical experts say an Amish community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania has achieved herd immunity from COVID-19, but other experts are debating the findings.

    The systemic Doctor opines, omitting that he does not know what the death rate is, probably just normal, and that the Amish will pick up the next variant.

    The answer to why there is not so much a problem in that community goes trotting on by.
    I am sure they look after their means of transport power. 🙂

    Simultaneously they would appear to be a very Carbon sensitive sustainable community non flying community, …. eh Comrade Off-Shore. 🙂 though not quite my cup of tea.

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  26. waikatogirl…
    I have a bit of an interest in palm plantings in NZ, (yeah, I need to get a life) and I asked around about the Canary Island date palms.
    I was told by one person that the early Christchurch settlers planted cabbage trees at the front of their properties for the same reason….the southern winters might not have been conducive to CIDP growing, so I think your information is probably correct. By the by, the NZ cabbage tree (Cordyline australis) is known in England as the Torbay Palm.

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  27. Apologies slightly misread the data in my earlier post. Should be:
    Latest public health England report.
    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1027511/Vaccine-surveillance-report-week-42.pdf
    Have a look at page 15 deaths from covid within 28 days of a positive test 60-69 age bracket. All rates per 100,000 people.
    Unvaccinated 19.5
    Two doses 4.2
    For the mathematicians the unvaxed death rate is 0.0002%. Statistically insignificant compared to vaxed rate of 0.000042%. Such a deadly virus.
    And of course this data doesn’t include those killed by the vax.

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  28. Chris Trotter, this morning:

    “That’s why it would be a political miracle if Jacinda Ardern and her colleagues did not meekly line up alongside the Right and announce 1 December as “Freedom Day”. Auckland is, after all, New Zealand’s largest city and its most crucial political marketplace. Without a fair old swag of the 1.6 million Aucklanders in tow, electorally speaking, a political party’s chances of winning the next General Election are pretty slim.”

    That didn’t age well, Chris.

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    • Trotter knows .
      They are exercising total control over Auckland because the sheeple are complicit.
      They couldn’t give a stuff about the South Island and I am surprised there is not a revolt taking place down south .I think they will be planning around the big protest coming up trying to nullify that as well.
      This will all be controlled until the next election.
      I am so disappointed in the opposition and fellow kiwis .This tyranny is so serious and people cannot see it.
      The open letter from Perret , to the PM most likely reflects the thoughts of a good swathe of kiwis but we need some way of tackling this marxist government to stop them before two more years of planned demise.
      I wish I had the answer.As long as the people are like putty we are doomed.

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  29. I notice the likes of stuffed bury the covid numbers pretty quickly now! A few weeks ago they would stay top of the page in red banner for most of the day and now they barely there an hour!
    Wish i had someone paid for by others that could go around hiding all my fuckups and failures.

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  30. URGENT NOTICE ‘Corona Update’ The CDC is encouraging everyone to get tested ASAP! NZ is taking the virus very seriously. New testing methods are being done without having to leave your home. No hospital visit necessary! All you have to do is mail a stool sample to: Jacinda Ardern, C/- The Beehive, Parliament Buildings, Wellington.

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  31. Nazi Germany 1939…. The encore New Zealand 2021. Anybody who supports the vaccine Apartheid would have been Ok with the gassing of the Jews. Its that simple. There are no ifs or buts. Jacinda is a Tyrannical Dictator. We have a two class system now, the Vaccinated and the Purebloods. And the Purebloods will be blamed for every misfortune that befalls the Vaccinated. The only way this will be avoided is if enough vaccinated realise the tyranny unfolding. We are no longer a Democracy. We are a Fascist State.

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  32. 22 October 2021
    Brigadier General Rissole
    By email: rissole@rissole.co.nz Ref: H202113073

    Tēnā koe Rissole
    Response to your request for official information
    Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 (the Act) to the Ministry of Health (the Ministry) on 24 September 2021 for:
    “…any and all advice provided by the Director General of Health to cabinet on closing covid-19 hotspots during the COVID pandemic”
    On 29 September 2021 we suggested refining the scope of your request as the current request would require the Ministry to search a significant volume of information within the scope of your request. You replied on 7 October 2021 stating:
    Your request for any advice provided by the Director-General to Cabinet on closing Auckland for the recent outbreak is refused under section 18(g) of the Act as the information requested is not held by the Ministry and there are no grounds for believing it is held by another agency subject to the Act.
    The reason for refusing your request is because the Director-General does not provide advice to Cabinet. The Ministry provides advice to Ministers, who in turn take advice for consideration by Cabinet. This distinction should have been advised to you when we suggested refining the scope of your request. I apologise for this oversight.
    Under section 28(3) of the Act, you have the right to ask the Ombudsman to review any decisions made under this request. The Ombudsman may be contacted by email at: info@ombudsman.parliament.nz or by calling 0800 802 602.
    Nāku noa, nā
    Nick Allan
    Manager OIA Services
    Office of the Director-General

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  33. What’s the fast talking little emaciated piglet going to do now that the tricky shitbag virus has told her to “go fuck yourself ”
    Oh that’s right blame the unvaccinated and the natives, shit I’m proud to be an honarary Maori today Yeee Haaa…

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    • They do not give a toss, Ross12

      As they are out to break all of us into compliance.
      Just enough to keep us going, on meagre rations.
      Note what Jordan Peterson says in a comment above, if one does not do something, anything.

      As Odakyu-sen mentioned above.
      “Vaccine will make you free”

      The very “Kindly” “Work will make you free” sign to the Camp,
      So they were “Worked to Death”, being expendable.

      The very Kindness of looking out for your well being, becomes “Vaxxed to Death”
      You are expendable.

      As in this “sustainable” world to be recycled for your “Well-being” and to remove your very carbon being. 🙁

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  34. From Counterspin Telegram Account.
    COUNTERSPIN HOST RELEASED
    Kelvyn Alp, was politically targeted this morning by police outside the No Jab No Job case being taken by lawyer Sue Grey.

    A paddy wagon and 6 police officers were waiting for his arrival and kidnapped Alp under alleged breach of the Covid-19 Health Order months ago.

    They had no evidence or charges to hold him on and, after taking him to the Upper Hutt police station to avoid support from freedom advocates, the returned him to the High Court.

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    • Striagh onto ACT freedon Day Post.
      The Police state of Labour has begun. No Freedom for anyone anymore. Freedom Day is a misnomer apparently supported by ACT It will actually become Known as Nz’s Return to Discrimination Day. Discrimanation against those that don’t fall at Jacind’s feet. What a disgrace. What a disgrace ACT have become. From Counterspin Telegram Account.
      COUNTERSPIN HOST RELEASED
      Kelvyn Alp, was politically targeted this morning by police outside the No Jab No Job case being taken by lawyer Sue Grey.
      A paddy wagon and 6 police officers were waiting for his arrival and kidnapped Alp under alleged breach of the Covid-19 Health Order months ago.
      They had no evidence or charges to hold him on and, after taking him to the Upper Hutt police station to avoid support from freedom advocates, the returned him to the High Court.

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    • The trouble with the trans community is this. How do you tell the difference between:
      a) XY individuals who honestly want to become just like XX individuals, and
      b) XY individuals who seek personal gain by appearing to become XX individuals?

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  35. Another interesting way how police weigh up, just what is “Majority” rule!

    Majority from procession for gang tangi ‘behaved within road rules’, police appeal for information
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/126639409/majority-from-procession-for-gang-tangi-behaved-within-road-rules-police-appeal-for-information

    The price of keeping the peace ? …. hhmmmm. …
    Blowing bubbles at the police?
    Life is cruisy and growing under this administration.
    Just who’s jurisdiction is this?
    A nice club which Harry Tam, enjoys speaking, trading, money is a commodity too, so delivering more votes.
    Wait until they become officials at an electoral booth near you, 🙁

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  36. I took a friend to see Pupu Springs in Golden Bay.

    All the information boards are removed. No facts and interesting details are provided. There is nothing to explain the feature.

    Instead there is a shrine to Maori mythology and fables.

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  37. National leader Judith Collins held back tears after hearing of businesses in Auckland shutting up shop due to months of lockdown.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/10/covid-19-national-leader-judith-collins-holds-back-tears-after-hearing-of-lockdown-business-closures.html

    “I’m really disgusted, actually, that people are being just shoved aside,” Collins told reporters on Friday after the Government’s announcement.

    “But I’m hearing this morning from people who are looking to or are closing their businesses – everything that they have saved for, worked for, gone.”

    Collins held back tears as she reflected on how tough it is for the businesses in hospitality and retail that are unable to open.

    “This Government has the cheek to turn up with some cock and bull story called a ‘traffic light system’, and we’ve got the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern standing there with a stop sign before you even get to the traffic lights.

    “It’s an utter disgrace. Am I disgusted by it? Yes, I am.”

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  38. I think that darling leader has fucked up by bringing in these traffic lights with too much bullshit attached! There is too much uncertainty in her ponzi scheme! To me there is no hope of reaching her 90% in NZ.
    All she has done is set vaxed against unvaxed and karen is going to be screeming out in anger!
    The unvaxed are going to dig their toes in.
    The vaxed are going to whinge and scream.
    Then the vaxed are going to say fuck off and not get their boster shots, which are coming due!
    Then the skanky bitch is going to be screaming!

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    • Depends Saggy. No one knows at this stage how many will survive. If (say) 40% hit the wall there will be an excess of prospective customers against capacity & they’ll be able to discriminate on vax status, height or beauty.

      Or should customers appreciate that the virus is still out there & they will be infected by it regardless of the crap they have been fed about how Pfizer will save them for a few short months then maybe the previous customer base is gone for the foreseeable future. Then there are those who have realised that life is liveable without twenty dollar drinks, draconian drink drive levels & scummy, rapey, immigrant taxi drivers.

      Then there are people like us whose idea of a meal out is steak & eggs or fish & chips who couldn’t give a flying fuck about nightlife. As a fairly well off low level consumer & a dry drunk I can’t wait to see how Cindy intends to apply the next level of pressure.

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    • It is all baby steps by Ardern, dancing with Neve; but actually skillfully following an agenda.
      Many things moving incrementally to controls over all business.

      What will come in will be the stiff fines.
      Initially relying on stasi informants, and an untraceable cell phone snap.
      Pay the fine, as the cost to challenge it will be too high.
      So the cost of turning away business, becomes too costly if getting caught.

      Some so soft cock leading business’s are crying out to make it mandatory so that it appears equal over all businesses, so a bureaucracy, a special wing of the police or such, will eventually start.

      Already in set out in the red light lock down occurs, then simply the business will be stifled, but more than that, in today’s small print of a speech, then no government money to float you over the lock down period.

      In a way I can understand Judith Collins being near tears, which is ok, but they need to toughen up, play the hand, velvet glove, iron fist, as a relentless tag machine. giving the one two, and more, but there is no depth, no principles, no understanding, in the rest of the team, to make other important points.

      Then there will be created a bureaucracy of specially trained 4 year degree clip board warriors with tick boxing that will run inspections, audit.
      Government will set this up, then it will phase across to a fee on all business’s across the board, auto-payment and heavily fined if deemed fraud, allowing unvaxx, will bankrupt you.
      They will take over the running of the passport, phasing into a social credit system for all. etc.

      Just look how Biden’s loopy administration want IRS to be notified for any exchange of money over US $600.
      Note already in New Zealand the Act that ties up business’s and banks with notifications when we exchange money. of repeat identity photo ID, and proof of residence. :-

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  39. Saggy.. Robber has been scoffing from the stick insects lunch box. He is quite porky now.

    A mate living in Gissy has put money on the wedding being put off owing to Covid. Apparently the sad couple are the joke of the city owing to the function cluster.

    How sad…..

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  40. Just listened to Sue Grey being interviewed after the second day of the case. It would seem that the evidence she presented was very strong. Outcome likely to come down to the size of the judges balls.

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  41. A third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine that has been recommended for severely immunocompromised individuals aged 12 and older is now available to be accessed, says National Director Covid-19 Vaccination and Immunisation Programme Jo Gibbs.

    “Individuals who are severely immunocompromised are at a higher risk of severe outcomes from Covid-19 and might not produce a sufficiently strong immune response after two doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.

    “A third primary dose may be beneficial and can be administered at least eight weeks after the second dose.”

    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/279526-third-dose-of-covid19-vaccine-available-some.html

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  42. TV 3 intro…. Ardern keeps cool as earthquake strikes…. FFS. It was a slight wobble. Pity she was not in Christchurch in 2011.

    This was similar to years ago when it was reported that Helen Clark’s aircraft door was not locking properly and there was a supposed danger of her being sucked out. That was utter BS as the aircraft was small and the cabin was not pressurised. One of her cops braced the door lock with his baton.

    More media beat ups.

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