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  1. One I will be discussing is our MMP system. My favourite bugbear is that the ferals who don’t give a shit about anything (except all the free stuff they get given from the taxpayer), their vote is as good as mine. We need to have a system where to vote you have to answer three very simple questions. This will disqualify all the dumb arse bludgers out there.

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    • Suspect that its a no win subject and we would be better figuring out how to get more people voting and being knowledgeable about why they are voting. In Aussie you get fined for not voting, here voting sits at a very low level. Same for local body issues. Its the middle men that sway election and they tend to vote with a foot in either camp. We need to raise the level of voting so that more right leaning people are more committed to voting for freedom. Despite lots of monotonous screeching from some the voting needs to go to the internet. If banks can do it then we can vote that way. The only thing stopping that is the socialists of both parties and fear. Fear = FALSE EVIDENCE APPEARING REAL

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  2. In no particular order:

    Can folk shine a light from personal experience on where the government wastes our money – or uses it wisely?

    Every few months or so I’d like to know what smart folk are reading/watching/listening to.

    Can any of you ‘in the loop’ people explain why the road toll is like it is? What information is gathered in respect of cause and effect?

    What’s taking so long with identifying the Labour Summer Camp groper?

    DigNap (above) feels strongly about Muslim immigration. So do others. What are the current details on who, how many, where from?

    What interesting things might be happening with public service appointments? Eg. Much was said about the Haumaha appointment. Some said opposition to him was based in a feminazi takeover at Police HQ. Have there been developments there or in other departments that might be warrant scrutiny.

    What are the bastards not telling us? Eg. Who knew about changes to firearms licensing requirements late last year that may/not have allowed Tarrant to do what he did? What else don’t we know?

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    • To answer all those questions we need a mole in parliament and the COL.
      If you can get someone to let us in on their knowledge of these things, then let them know that we are here, eager and waiting for their tidbits of insider info. Give them my email admin@localhost and assure them the highest level of confidentiality.

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    • Can folk shine a light from personal experience on where the government wastes our money – or uses it wisely? – Answer -Everywhere & Nowhere
      What’s taking so long with identifying the Labour Summer Camp groper? – Answer- All will be revealed 2/9/2019 in the Auckland District Court.
      DigNap (above) feels strongly about Muslim immigration. So do others. What are the current details on who, how many, where from? Answer – Austria has a simple solution, Burka/Niqab or other female body covering apparel is banned from wear in public and doing so incurs a fine – result Abdul now does the grocery shopping and hangs the washing out as her indoors won’t go out, both are pissed off and some choosing to go home.

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  3. Everday we are bombarded with the news about the poor, housing , education and so on.

    We have a burgeoning industry in Charities and so on feeding on those that qualify or don’t use the system.
    Why is this so.
    IMHO it is because we focus on the wrong way of governing.
    We don’t focus on productivity and we import thousands of poor quality migrants that add to the problem.
    So lets have some focus on that. Again IMHO if we fix the productivity issue and restrict our immigration we will fix all the poverty issues in the main. There will always be some who will never be anything else.
    Invite Micheal Reddell to comment on this.

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    • Regarding charities, they are a job, in my opinion. I had a friend recently do a PhD on the accountability of Charities and there is very little accountability if any at all.

      So set up a cause, register, get an income stream, pay yourself first and any spare can go to selected beneficiaries. Stakeholder is a very broad broom.

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      • Even more annoying is the Charitable status of Sanitarium and Nasty Tahu both of whom are commercial operators and on a substantial scale, change charities rule to status is subject to distributing 75 % of net income to beneficiaries and Board to receive no more than 5% of net income . Result, more cash to beneficiaries or more tax to IRD – a win win.

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    • I assume the numbers of youth unemployment has risen since the increase in youth rates, but with lack of data being collected by the COL there probably isn’t any breakdown on this, just a rise in overall benefit increases.

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      • One of the problems high youth rates bring is that they earn more money then they are educated to handle properly. It then gets wasted and they become unreliable when it comes to turning up to work. The have learnt to treat money and people with disrespect as its their right.

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  4. Climate Fraud. Not so much because I am someone one who does know a little about this and I am sick of the poor science behind this alarmism, but because idiots in councils and the government are stealing our money in the form of levies and taxes because of this.

    And.. if you are feeling very generous how about a “Politician we would like to see removed this week?” ( or is that maybe going a bit far? It will make your blog famous on lefty sites…. ask DPF) and yes this is tongue in cheek, joking, not really fucking serious al y0u GCSB types who don’t know the difference between a hack and a google search….

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  5. Clark in her infinite wisdom along with the unions did two extremely reprehensible things against people who cannot help themselves. I am talking about the mentally impaired.
    She closed the homes and hospitals and tossed them on the streets and we have a greater legacy of that now than then.
    They also closed down all the sheltered workshops that gave these people somewhere to work and be looked after. They did this because the people were paid a small wage.
    People generously gave their time and efforts to build these and look after those that struggled to look after themselves. (normal I must say for nasty lefties who really don’t give a shit about others.) IHC was disbanded because they could no longer survive and so were many others.
    It was an remains a disgrace.

    It would be great to see this returned and today’s recipient of a Sir Paul Adams is heavily involved in what remains of the old IHC which has taken over all the Housing NZ houses in the BOP. Still hamstrung b y the rules of course.

    What can we do to do what all decent societies do. Help others who cannot help themselves and give a hand up to those that need a hand. Push those that are idle.

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  6. Waste and leading by example. It is very clear that this government is very secretive, hugely wasteful in many aspects.when you have three very different opinions to satisfy, has to happen. They are flogging the 757’s as their is no tomorrow, this is just ignored. Taranaki they are destroying its industry and the media are aiding this.
    How much coal was imported from Indonesia and why not far superior grade coal.
    What was cost, amount, what grade coal? Carbon footprint.
    Politicians publicly state travel carbon footprint monthly.
    Road trauma and link to phone texting, I see nothing.
    Speaker needs to be held accountable for words and actions, as with all politicians.
    MMP is a pox on democracy, a tiny minority rules all.
    You reap what you have sown.

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    • Dragging their heels on introducing roadside drug testing. The Aussie’s have it sussed so why has it not been introduced here. With JAG demanding zero road deaths she should have this top of her list, but then the greens live in a parallel world in some green tinted haze of no personal responsibility.

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  7. Mr. Editor’s article on the coal mine yesterday is another great subject- anything that counteracts and pisses off the climate brigade. You get stories these days of suckers competing on how to live as primitive as possible. It is sad but hilarious.

    Maybe we could also place small bets- just for fun- on the town and date the first Extinction Rebellion idiot actually gets run over whilst blocking a road by an angry guy late to work.

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  8. Can we brainstorm suggestions on what National and Act need to do to win the next election? Simon brought the “sausage” last week with his calling out Robertson for his involvement in the Treasury budget debacle. We need to see more of that from Simon.

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  9. I suspect the “un-workable” direct democracy that the Swiss have, might inhibit the long march to socialist utopia but it seems representative democracy is unable to.

    While I prefer right-wing governments, all too often they do not roll back Leftism when they get into power. For example, Key left “communism by stealth” Working For Families in place.

    Still, people like Trump, Reagan and Thatcher prove it can be done occasionally.

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  10. I would like to see MSM taken to account for using tainted sources to push their agenda. For instance last week it was reported that “the majority of kiwis were behind the teachers and their strike” ad nauseum by most media. Where are the sources for this claim? I would like opinions masquerading as news to be dissected. I would like propaganda to be outed as such, and complaints made to the press watchdog requiring retraction of tainted and plain untrue reporting.

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  11. As a life long National supporter, I’m just venting my frustration at how National have moved so far away from its founding principles

    1. Do we actually have any National MP’s with balls?
    2. What does National actually stand for?
    3. Has National just become another socialist party just better at managing things than Labour?
    4. Why is anything non socialist labelled ‘alt right’
    5. Why have we allowed socialism to run our education system and why do we keep funding state run socialist media?

    When did personal responsibility and self reliance become such a bad thing
    When did individual freedom and choice become such a bad thing

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  12. My top three ongoing concerns with our democracy:
    – MMP – any system that regularly allows Winston to be kingmaker is broken.
    – MSM dishonesty – I now work on the basis than anything contentious (anti-conservative) reported in the MSM is a lie. A functioning democracy cannot work with such a blatantly one-sided and dishonest 4th estate
    – the left playing by the Alinsky rules. Saul Alinsky has to be up there with Hitler and Mao as one of the worst human beings of the 20th century and his rules have been the mainstay of leftist political activism over the past two decades – they have given wings to the psychos pushing cultural marxism and it is a corruption of the age of reason.

    Other secondary issues:
    – why are National in denial about the worldwide shift to the centre right of the political spectrum?
    – local government in NZ is broken, it has become a vehicle for the lunatic left to break capitalism. Ever increasing local body debt will eventually cause a collapse of that aspect of government, the need for central government to rescue in order to deliver essential services will in turn crash public finances – creating the perfect storm for imposing communism here

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  13. Stupid climate change and the hysterical suckers who attend “climate justice” protests! Always worth laughs. How about a doomsday clock on YSB set for 2030? Auckland will be under water by then, right? Lol.

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  14. I’d like to have discussion on the possibility of some new party emerging which would hold to truly centre-right principles, sucb as the National Party used to adhere to.

    I’m very pessimistic that New Zealand is going to survive this wholesale swing into authoritarian Marxism intact and the National Party certainly isn’t doing anything to represent ordinary decent conservative minded New Zealanders.

    Does anybody think that there is really a silent majority out there who are waiting for a sign of hope….. or are we just fooling ourselves and the country is lost? Comments?

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  15. Another day ending in Y and another Public service fuck up – The Transport Agencies webshite is down nationally so no Rego or RUC transactions – I bet the agents don’t get re reimbursed for a day when they earned nothing from processing Govt revenue transactions but still had the overhead. Remind me who is the minister-oh right its the King of Kiwifail and master of cock ups Phil Twatford. Lets hope (Unlikely to happen) that in the supposed re shuffle of cabinet Phil is promoted to Deputy PM so he can allow Kelvin out of the witless protection program and help Chippy with sorting out the teachers given his past experience in Education!!!!

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