Sunday, March 29, 2020

How to spread a virus 101

The propaganda merchants at Stuff and NZ report that their click bait content  is to be the only source of printed media.  The weekly council infested local rags and other magazines will not be produced.  All to minimise risk of passing infection via your mailbox.    Might be a reasonable idea.

Then they report in the Manawatu Standard that some locals are making care packs for the elderly.  Bet that's going to work a treat.  Watch that space in 14 days plus as the virus imported to the front door of the elderly takes hold.


Saturday, March 14, 2020

Miss Hijab makes a sound decison

March 15 now becomes an opportunity for every New Zealander to reflect in their own way on the events of a year ago

The SLG finally sees sense, making a sound decision not to put more New Zealanders at risk.

Monday, February 24, 2020

A bonus.

The spreading pandemic could stop intolerant leftie mobs being organised to flog climate change witchcraft and TDS.  The thought of catching the Wuhan Flu might put a few activists off their game.

Shouldn't see too much activity in the near future from the likes of TDS afflicted Antifa sh*t-stirrers.  And not so much of St. Greta of late now that deep winter has engulfed northern latitudes.

A definite bonus.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Updated - "Lucid thinking" in the Far North...

We have to work with the Far North District Council so they can demonstrate that they’re worthy of keeping their current duties.

Looks like Winston 1st's mob enforcer will be around shortly if the FNDC doesn't pay the appropriate taniwha tax.  Another council about to be replaced?

a genuine crisis situation...

... have been working with a host of local landowners, and being the North, not surprisingly it is the local hapū. Much to my surprise they are showing lucid thinking

Always a crisis!  I'm sure the local landowners will be "lucidly" salivating at the thought of a certain Mr Jones running around with the bulk of the $3Bn of Winnie's slush fund unspent, looking for a home before the upcoming election.  A parched electorate might just allow any amount of koha and/or un-elected governance for a drop of water.

Lake Omapere is a Māori-owned lake, a large body of water near Kaikohe. There is also a huge aquifer near Kaitaia in a block of land called Sweetwater, underneath the old Landcorp Farm also owned by the local iwi. So everyone realises that they have to work together because, quite frankly, the owners of these nearby water bodies have members who are huge percentages of the local population.
I understand that ratepayers have previously negated the added rates of a taniwha tax to access such water bodies.  Lake Omapere is often polluted from algal blooms, whilst the newly formed avocado orchards on the narrow peninsula north of Kaitaia will probably drain the underlying Sweetwater aquifer long term eventually filling it with a saline solution from the Tasman Sea and the Pacific.  And then Northland will be dry.

Water, water, every where,
Nor any drop to drink.

The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere
Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Update: - The threats continue

However, he lamented how the Far North District Council was having issues gaining access to both water sources, and wished to deliver a "clear message" to Te Rarawa and Ngāpuhi.
"If you can't act in a neighbourly fashion to deliver services to your communities, then it is time for the leaders of these iwi to hang up their egotistical spurs and do something else," Minister Jones said.

"The communities will be repelled if mana-munching gets in the way of delivering water to Kaitaia and Kaikohe."

I never thought I'd hear this from a politician, much less a 'retail' one.  About time the political leaders of such communities called out the rampant local tribalism and nepotism.

Shows that Winnie is desperate to retain a foothold up north, but he'll have a hard time.  The would be thieves can't even agree on the bigger future pot of gold, 'Maranga Mai'.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

MAGA: 235 days to go

Ardern has announced the general election will be held on September 19

235 days till New Zealand gets rid of this corrupt and incompetent Coalition of Losers.

Now watch the election pork really roll out.  Winston 1st will be splashing the cash with the balance of the pork for votes fund. 

Bribes for all!  Maybe even koha for those would be voters like the rabble at the South Auckland stonefields.  Promise the student rabble heaps for their new votes along with freebies for all indolent welfarists.  Continue to shaft middle New Zealand taxpayers.

Tomorrow morning the Government reveals where it plans to spend $12 billion of new infrastructure funding

Already trying to outdo Labour's previous $600M economy wrecker of purchasing NZ Rail from Toll, a $12B hole has been created as you read this.  Makes Mr Joyce's promised $11B hole look tame.

Remember, only 235 days to Make Ardern Go Away!

Thursday, January 02, 2020

"the world is warming" ... 3-2-1!

Icy white glaciers on New Zealand's South Island have turned a concerning shade of caramel as a result of the bushfires burning in New South Wales and Victoria

No doubt the warmists amongst us that infest Ey-Oh-Tea-A-Rower will claim "climate change" or something similiar as the root cause.

I'd say that shade of caramel this year will accelerate the demise of NZ's snowpack and glaciers.  Wonder for how many eons that's been happening?

ps. I see the She-Beast that destroyed the Land of the Long White Cloud from a previous eon manages to get air-time in the same article.

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Get over yourselves, it's a cartoon!

The easily offended are out in droves today.

He responded to criticism in 2013, writing: "There have been other hostile reaction to cartoons over the years, most often from special interest groups, race relations conciliators and other martyrs to political correctness." 

Tremain got it right the last time.

Please convince me...

Ngati Whatua Orakei has long harboured an ambition to ... our former land and Waitemata seabed ...

... master plan for the reclaimed land currently occupied by the Ports of Auckland

It would seem that some wish for first dibs on the soon to be ex-port land if Winston First's vote buying exercise comes to fruition.  No doubt as in the picture accompanying the pay-walled article, to build chiefly accommodations for the tribal elite.

Please convince me why should these modern day would-be thieves should have any rights to the soon to be redundant port area.  Other than their possibly BFF Shane has a wad of taxpayer cash that needs to be homed before next year's election.

An area where Point Britomart was probably levelled into those reclamations.  The same re-claimed land that what was probably muddy sea bed of dubious qualities pre-1840 or so, rather than the 21st century now prime seashore frontage. 

No doubt the good city burghers of the day designated and acquired adjacent hard foreshore areas with a fair price from the local owners, be it beads and blankets or a few shillings more and subsequently paid for by the taxpayers of the day.

Go on, convince me why should these would-be thieves have rights above that of the current owners, Jafaland taxpayers?

Sunday, November 17, 2019

WTF #34258 in a series???

Yet again the poor wee darlings are getting triggered...

going to a supermarket can leave her feeling guilty and overwhelmed about the amount of plastic present

was surprised when he started sweating and wanting to flee during a "suffocating" visit to his local supermarket in Auckland three weeks ago

Counsellors and psychologists are seeing an increase in patients presenting with plastic-triggered anxiety

The enablers of such dim-wittery, the so called counsellors who are ever present in our institutions and places of education, should be banned from practicing their modern witchcraft.

If you want to eat in this modern world of just-in-time food sourcing and consumption, you need to appreciate all the things that our oil based society does for you.  Including the fuel that got you and your food to the little shop of horrors, on that oil based roadway.

Harden up snowflakes!

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Assisted suicide / Murder your Granny day has arrived

David Seymour's End of Life Choice bill faces its final Parliamentary hurdle tonight

Even after having witnessed the pain and suffering of dying close relatives, there is still no way I could ever support today's Murder your Granny bill becoming law. 

Making such a decision for assisted suicide is not an option I personally could live with.  Or should ever force on to those in terminal care.

Thursday, November 07, 2019

National decides to remain in opposition forever

National will support the Zero Carbon Bill

Those at National will never get my vote whilst they support this business destroying climate change / carbon nonsense.

Enjoy your next 4 years and longer in opposition as your Labour-Lite follows the herd into the abyss of socialism, as I long for a principled right of centre party.   And ACT is not that with their current loopy assisted suicide / murder your granny policies.

Whilst business in New Zealand is gutted by greenie ferals, the world will continue unabated.

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

TSB: Last of the big spenders

The three teams that earned no money at on The Block NZ: Firehouse auction are to get a little sweetener.

TSB, a sponsor of The Block NZ, has announced it will give $10,000 to each of the losing teams

6 people work for 12 weeks at a minimum of 40 hours a week as unpaid captives on the recently completed reality show for losers.  All for the high grossing sponsors who happily charge like the proverbial for their way overpriced products.

TSB gets a conscience twinge and coughs some dollars for the losers who failed at auction.

By my calcs sub-$10.50/hr and likely to be way lower given the hours. Don't we have minimum wage laws about slave labour?  Even the supposed winners worked for less than $50/hr based on their takings.

Betcha the judges, the presenter and the site supervisor achieved well north of $100 plus. Also I'd be surprised that the tradies didn't get paid handsomely.

How effing generous of TSB.  Not! 

All the sponsors should be publicly shamed and patronage withdrawn.

Tuesday, August 06, 2019

Look! A squirrel!

As the New Zealand Labour Party descends into the rabbit hole of ever expanding allegations, innuendo and coverups over a certain summer camp, the Princess of NZ fails to comment citing the item is before the judiciary. 

Meanwhile, a squirrel has been seen.  The bearer of that news should Foxtrot Oscar and stay away from further wrecking NZ.  The Princess is doing a good job of that by herself, don't interrupt her.  Seems to be a female trait.

And in the end it's always the coverup that's going to get them. 

Alluvium and taniwha

The science with consequences:

Alluvial fans are often ... subjected to periodic flash floods from nearby thunderstorms in local hills. The typical watercourse ... has a large, funnel-shaped basin at the top, leading to a narrow defile, which opens out into an alluvial fan at the bottom. Multiple braided streams are usually present and active during water flows.

The river or stream carrying the sediment flows at a relatively high velocity due to the high slope angle, which is why coarse material is able to remain in the flow. When the slope decreases rapidly into a relatively planar area or plateau, the stream loses the energy it needs to move its sediment. Deposition subsequently occurs and the sediment ultimately spreads out, creating an alluvial fan.

Fast forward to the 21st century:

Up pops yet another climate seer ready to infest our local government. With more rates required of course.

says councils are having difficulty making climate-related decisions generally but they need to make sure Māori interests aren't forgotten

local councils could be making decisions that create problems for the Crown for modern Treaty breaches

And in the same article, the local tribalists have their say, ever ready to accept more bribes whilst not being beholden to anyone but themselves.  I also see one convicted ex-MP fraudster has thrown her outstretched hands into the mix.

The Māori legend was this flooding happens when occasionally the lizard flicks its tail and washes everything out from side to side

We will continue to seek resourcing from them to support our efforts but we're not waiting for them to determine what those efforts should be

Meanwhile in the real world:

No sign of mythical monsters anywhere in Greece where only optimists build on alluvial fans.  Or on Mars for that matter.  Earthquakes and rain do not mix.