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    Global Warming / Climate Change

    The Climate Cult Dr. Jay Lehr and Burt Prelutsky PA Pundits It is a phenomenon of modern life that as membership in the old established religions wane, cults continue to sprout up like toadstools. Most of them have a very limited number of adherents and unless 75 people are killed at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, or 900 are killed or commit suicide at Jonestown, Guyana, we don’t hear about cult leaders like David Koresh or Jim Jones. Occasionally, a smaller cult manages to make the news when they commit mass suicide in order to board a spaceship that will take them to Cloud Cuckooland. But when it comes to sheer numbers and influence, there’s nothing to match the doomsday cult that has sprung up in the wake of Al Gore’s warning us about the imminent threat of global extinction. What makes the longevity of this cult so remarkable is that Gore’s “imminent” has turned into “eventual” and none of the true believers is questioning the ever-changing timetable. The cause of addressing climate change has become the modern world’s version of a secular religion. There has long been a church of environmentalism having many of the characteristics of its ecclesiastical forerunners. One of course is the apocalypse that will consume us all if we do not follow the rules. The rules involve making penance for our original sin of unleashing the earth’s carbon dioxide emitting fuels from the Earth’s crust, and more recent transgressions involving plastic straws and cross country airline flights. But repentance is near. Salvation lies in eliminating our “carbon footprint”, using reusable shopping bags, and supporting MacDonald’ new meatless hamburgers. The folks who espouse the climate change gospel know little more about the science of climatology and the greenhouse effect, than the average medieval villager knew why crops may fail or the sun and moon become eclipsed. And in complete symmetry of past religions, children are being used as effective role models in propagating faith. Millions left school to urge adults to battle this modern scourge, or perhaps they just enjoyed a day off school to speak the lines they were taught. Writing in the Wall Street Journal on September 21, 2019, Gerald Baker wrote:”the testimony of a guileless child is a powerful weapon against skepticism.” Sixteen-year-old Greta Thunberg has become the poster child for the religious fervour among climate change activists growing fanaticism. Recently, A O-C and a few of the dimwits running for the Democratic nomination warned us that 2030 is absolutely the last day that this planet will be able to sustain human life. We bet confidently that by 2025, they’ll move the deadline to 2040. Even Gore was something of a late bloomer. Starting around 1974, all the experts at the U.N., NASA, the New York Times, the AP, Time and Newsweek, were warning us of a coming Ice Age or fretting about a disappearing ozone layer or something really scary-sounding they called acid rain. But, then, almost overnight, they regrouped and started keeping us up nights by screaming that the planet was in immediate danger of being incinerated. When neither of those calamitous changes in the weather took place, the same folks decided to settle for a changing climate. The fact that they never explained what would be so terrible about things cooling down a little in the San Fernando Valley in California in July or warming up a bit in Fargo North Dakota in December should tell people all they really need to know about these cheap hustlers, who are in it for money, power and attention Gore warned of melting icebergs and rising ocean levels, which simply proved that he didn’t even remember his high school science. If you fill a glass with water and ice to the very top, when the ice melts, not a drop of water will rise above the rim. It’s now twenty years later, the ice at the North Pole and South Poles haven’t vanished. If anything, they have expanded. As has Al Gore, if you’ve seen him lately.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    PM Ardern – An Unpatriotic Globalist Now look across the ditch and see some patriotism:
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    Jacinda Ardern

    By JC A Coalition Committee of Cluster Clots I emailed a friend saying this lot were an apology for a Government. His reply was along the lines of: They certainly couldn’t be called a Government, in fact, they are so useless they could barely be called a committee. Well, let’s look at the past week the so-called committee has just had, particularly New Zealand First. Shane Jones managed a damning story almost daily. He allegedly started off by threatening the forestry industry that votes for money was the way to go. It didn’t seem to occur to the man that this may not be quite above board. The lady in charge must have recalled a line delivered at herself, as Shane got a zip it sweetie type of telling off. Ignoring that, he thought a dollop of utu wouldn’t go amiss for those foreign investors who criticised him politically and threatened to go to the Overseas Investment Office to find out who they were. Again, not quite above board Mr Jones. Then to his obvious joy out comes a report from working group number 1053, or that’s what it seems like, recommending the removal of the Auckland port to Northport. Who was on this committee? Some of you might remember a Garth Brooks song Friends In Low Places. High or low doesn’t really matter but it sums up what appears to be the case in this carry-on. For the third time, not quite above board, Minister. This was also a week when the Chairman of the Party resigned not just from his position but from the Party altogether. It is now transpiring that the Party is in chaos internally and their financial affairs are allegedly a mess. And they think they can participate in the running of a country. They are a joke. To rub salt into their wounds it was revealed on Friday that most NZF voters wanted Winston to go with National prior to the last election. However, after the Government was formed they switched their allegiance to Labour. Are we to assume Winston is the pied piper of New Zealand? I wonder what they think now. Not to be outdone, Labour leapt into the fray courtesy of Damien O’Connor who went to Gore and effectively gored the farmers, telling them he’d been there more than he’d liked and they were to get over it. I presume he was referring to the water proposals. Wow! How to win friends and influence people. What a numpty. Then along comes Megan Woods with her electricity report from working group 2021, or so it feels. She intends to implement a number of recommendations or more aptly electric shocks. Power companies will receive theirs in the form of direct Government interference on how to run their businesses and consumers will get theirs in the form of rising power bills. This is the exact opposite of what was the intended outcome. Even our friend Barry Soper agrees this will most likely happen. The vocalising of Ms Woods predictably says otherwise. Reading the Labour Fails series that Suze has been diligently compiling, it is blindingly obvious these clots really are clueless. How many if any, have a good handle on their portfolios? And I haven’t even got to the antics of Ms Genter who blocked submissions that were anti her car tax proposals. National Party spam she called them. Can’t leave the Greens out. So at week’s end what have we got? New Zealand First has Shane Jones supposedly swotting up on the cabinet manual, lol, and Winston returning from overseas to a Party in disarray. Labour, along with Jones, have lived up to their reputation of meddling in privately-run companies. They persist in doing it and then wonder why they are regarded by farmers and businesses as being unfriendly and why business confidence is so low. Grant Robertson says this is always the case when you have a Labour Government. This week provided him with the answers as to why. The chances of Robertson understanding them is about as likely as Namibia beating the All Blacks on Sunday night. Nil.
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    now this is a race - the Arc

    Triomphe Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe: Enable denied hat-trick by Waldgeist
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    Losers Get Laid - Week 5 entries

    M11 Randwick R7 (10) Rock
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    Trackside Radio - Mark Claydon?

    Baz, he was only yards away from you last Sunday at Te Aroha. Yes, Mark has great racing knowledge and is a really good bugger to go along with it.
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    Global Warming / Climate Change

    Greta Thunberg's speech to UN strangely resembles a 1992 UN speech by 12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki Well, at least the climate hysterics are practicing recycling. Or repeating a pattern of child abuse, exploiting young minds and souls for their political benefit, if you will. Or maybe it is just a matter of running out of ideas and realizing that since they are peddling fear, nobody could better instill alarm than a threatened, vulnerable child. Whatever the motives, it is clear that Miss Thunberg's publicity stunt ocean voyage (on a royal yacht) and appearance at the U.N. was following a script written more than a quarter-century ago. And it is no secret. This 1992 video of then-12-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki addressing the U.N. Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, titled "The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes," has had almost 32 million views on YouTube:
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    Jacinda Ardern

    By JC A Leaderless, Dysfunctional Government This Government is leaderless, out of control and a disgrace. The reason they’re out of control and a disgrace is a direct result of being leaderless. The supposed leader of this ramshackle collection of disparates couldn’t run a cake stall at a bring and buy. Her leadership skills are zilch and as a result, this so-called Government is running amok. As are some of the Ministers in it. Julie Anne Genter is behaving as if she’s a dictator in drag. First she threatens the Wellington City Council in a letter that if they don’t play by her rules money won’t be forthcoming for transport measures. Now we find out she has the temerity to dump one thousand submissions on her car tax proposal because they disagreed with her thinking on the matter. Furthermore, as they came through a National Party website, they were regarded as spam. This is both the height of arrogance and outrageous. Not to be outdone, Shane Jones joins the race to the bottom. He tells those attending a forestry awards ceremony they need to vote for him or miss out on the largesse from his provincial growth fund. Not content with that he told Newstalk ZB that he would be ‘checking with the Overseas Investment Office to see if (foreign investors who criticised him politically) should lose their standing in good character’. Any pot and kettle to be seen here? Like Genter, this is both arrogant and outrageous. Also stupid. Who do the likes of Genter and Jones think they are? The answer is they’re the types who, given a bit of power, lose all sense of judgment and abuse it. They can get away with it because they know there’ll be no real ramifications. A wet bus ticket reprimand at worst. Other Ministers are behaving in the same dictatorial manner. Jones, for one, ought to know better. This is what happens when you give power to an unelected bunch of political misfits. It might give Winston some sort of perverse personal satisfaction to inflict this state of affairs on the populace, but he needs to realise the country is paying dearly for his actions. How Winston can be happy with the disaster he’s created is beyond any sensible person’s rationale. They can’t build houses, they can’t solve poverty or homelessness, they have completely lost business confidence, they, thankfully, can’t get light rail up and running, they can’t get economic indicators pointing in the right direction, and they can’t plant trees. Continuing in a negative vein, here’s what they can do. Wreck a child’s education by closing charter schools at the behest of their union paymasters, run a lumbering diesel locomotive from Hamilton to Auckland with next to no passengers but a huge carbon footprint, crucify landlords to the point where they leave the market, admit undesirables into the country, penalise law abiding gun owners, help all and sundry onto welfare, be a friend to criminals, and become a poor cousin to Norway by stopping oil and gas production. And, as William Felt will tell you, that’s just the start. If Winston thinks this is all great for the country then he might be waking up with a nasty shock the morning after the night of the next election. These people are without peer as a class of politicians who are leaderless, rudderless, and therefore unable to make their own decisions. Any decisions they do make have negative consequences for the country. In some schools of thought there are two types of politicians – the tough and steely in an orange hunter’s jacket, read John Key, or the touch and feely with a Kleenex packet. Unfortunately we’ve got the Kleenex packet. There was an interesting article in the New York Times which stated just as there are myriad strategies open to the human political animal, so there are a number of nonhuman animals that behave like textbook politicians. Researchers who have studied highly gregarious and relatively brainy species like rhesus monkeys, baboons, dolphins, sperm whales, elephants and wolves have uncovered evidence that these creatures engage in extraordinarily sophisticated forms of politicking, often across large and far flung social networks. If our current lot were of the canine species they’d be lucky to recognise a tree to raise their hind leg against. Totally dysfunctional.
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    Global Warming / Climate Change

    If Greta Thunberg was Australian “This place is fucked. I went out for a smoke and you’ve bloody trashed the place” (If you are offended by bad language then don't play this:)
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    Jacinda Ardern

    By GP A Theory About Jacinda At the beginning of the year, Jacinda returned from 7 weeks holiday. 7 weeks you may say sounds like an awful lot! But anyway, she attended her first press conference on that day and it did not go well. Tova Obrien: Andrey Young: Most of us could only dream of a seven-week break and then we would be fresh, calm and ready for the new year. But Jacinda returned in a mood so gloomy that her very first day back when she should have been fresh, she was the opposite. She had come to the realisation over the break that data just doesn’t stick in her mind as stories do. These stories have emotions that can get people to do all type of things good or bad. She had emotional appeal, trust with these people. The Labour people, Winston, lots of voters and the international observers. But things were falling apart at the end of 2018. Internal staffing issues, staff turnover, Ardern walking out of meetings in tears and so on. The strain of constant work was too much for her and she was physically ill and mentally exhausted. What Ardern was seeing was that her stories, her dreams, her ideologies were not turning into reality. She had realised over the holidays that she simply did not have the skills to do the role of PM. She had lost her own confidence and this came out in that very first press conference of the year. We all have periods of self-doubt. Some of us never get over these periods, some of us fight, the best of us put our heads down and grind out the problems. Jacinda did not have the ability to do this. She does not have the mental stamina to read, to understand, to analyse – she only does stories! She was lonely and distant (as any PM is) from her colleagues. She had Grant Robertson but he was very busy in Finance an area that she (and Grant) had little understanding of. It was interesting on the eve of the launch of Grant’s and Jacinda’s ‘welfare budget’ that when there were ‘hacks’ and ‘leaks’ rather than round up the team on the 9th floor and get to the bottom of it, Jacinda went home early to give Neve a bath. She was out of her depth, lonely and helpless at the top. Her close minders isolated her from the rigours of work and sent her to visits at schools, kindergartens and protected her constantly from hard questions. She would light up when talking about climate change and other areas of interest to her. But ask her outside of that, and as Mike Hosking finds weekly, she simply umms and arghs her way through interviews without actually answering the questions. March 15 Christchurch, hit her very hard. Whilst many were positive about her dress up and kindness towards the victims in the aftermath of the shootings, some thought she went too far. I disagree that she was play-acting to gain support. Instead my view is somewhat more serious. Her reaction was over the top because she was already struggling with her own coping mechanisms and March 15 provided her with another matter which she had no choice but to confront. The sad glum faces she showed over the next few weeks/months was in some part for the families and victims but more importantly, it was for her. During the mid-year break her minders managed to stretch out her break from the 9th floor by first having a ‘fishing break’ then a brand Jacinda excursion to socialist Melbourne and then a trip to Tokelau. This resulted in the now-familiar ‘Part-Time Prime Minister’ slogan coined by Simon Bridges. Whilst this is a catchy term and was picked up by the Jacinda doubters, it was actually true and worthy. Jacinda was being managed. Her workload was managed, her visits were carefully managed so she would come across as knowledgeable in those areas of her interest, but would not need to know about the areas she was not interested in. Importantly, some key areas of her responsibilities were kept from her. The most visible of these were the sex assaults from within her own office. This controversy alone struck more against everything she had portrayed herself to stand for. Women in her very own office were not protected and she was (or was not) complicit in its cover-up. Complicity or not, she had responsibility, a concept she has yet to develop a mature understanding of. We can see Ardern now. Thin, gaunt, irritable, pale and whilst I am no medical person, others have pointed out the suggestion of medication to assist her in day to day life. And still every day the hits keep coming. Failure after failure, non-performance in her so called ‘year of delivery’. There are wins, and they are celebrated, but a realistic analysis of these shows that these are small wins and will not help New Zealand any more than provide some token virtue signalling. New Zealand’s economy is slowing, all the indicators that matter are negative, we have a weak and failing PM who has no real answers to help New Zealand. It is going to be a very very long 12 months for Jacinda and her Government which I would give a 50/50 chance of surviving full term.
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    Pythagoras - Reece Cole

    Lovely ride. Congrats Reece.
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    Te Aroha - Jumps Day

    Trust you enjoyed the day Baz. In fact I know you enjoyed the day.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    You really have to stop reading comics Bloke. "I read that the last 5 summers in Europe are the hottest on record." That's utter rubbish!!
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    Consensus

    The three Kiwis were all very good runs tonight.
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    Clarification on Money Back rules please

    No you can bet in both or just bet on one of the nominated races for money back to apply.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Mike Hosking: Now we know just how dangerous Green MP Julie Anne Genter is 3 minutes to read Julie Anne Genter needs to come clean, she owes us all an explanation. Did she or did she not threaten to pull the plug on the deal with the Labour Party and in essence bring down the Government? This goes back to her letter that she won't release and is currently being looked at by the Ombudsman - and this is not the first time she's been asked to come clean. But the news this week, which to be frank is major, and yet again appears to have been largely ignored by far too many in the media (for reasons we can only once again assume goes directly to their inability to see beyond their own bias) is that Wellington Mayor Justin Lester told a bunch of councillors that the deal they had for the "Let's Get Wellington Moving" project was the best they could do without Genter and another green MP quitting and pulling the Government apart. This is the same letter Genter said never existed, until it did. And then it was written by a MP (her) but not in her ministerial capacity, and therefore was not discoverable. Until it turned out that she wrote it on ministerial letterhead and had to reveal that in the House to a, not surprisingly, large amount of derision and laughter. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is also involved here because I quite specifically asked her whether she had seen and knew what was in it and whether it was major, and she said it wasn't. If it turns out the letter contains a threat to bring a government down, she's then misled us, don't you think? Of course people are entitled to their views - and if Genter had done all this out in the open there wouldn't be quite the issue. At least she was being open, honest, and transparent, which is what they promised they would be. But there is a pattern emerging here: one of surreptitious behaviour. Perhaps we could also use the word Machiavellian. For this is the same woman who once again, in secret, set about looking at the chances of banning the motor car from New Zealand. You will note it wasn't her policy campaigned on at the election, and you will note she's never talked openly about it to canvas support or otherwise. She squirrels around under the cover of darkness looking to plant the seeds of her particular economic madness, hopefully without us ever really finding out, until presumably it's too late. Now Justin Lester, friend of the Greens and Labour, semi denies he said this in that meeting, or semi denies it came out as clearly as the three other councillors are painting it. So I tell you what could clear all that up once and for all - and that is the release of that letter. And why won't she release it? Because it looks like we have enough now to know, that what is in it is explosive, embarrassing - and goes a long, long way to warning the rest of us just how dangerous she really is.
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    Global Warming / Climate Change

    By WH St Greta Dissected, Line by Line. A climate skeptic answers the fiery rhetoric of the Left’s star propagandist [Note: Greta’s speech is reprinted below. My responses are in italics. If it turns out there were errors in transcription—as seems likely—I’ll try to update with corrections. I apologise for the snarky tone, but if a 17-year-old can dish it out, I think she can take it.] “My message is that we’ll be watching you. This is all wrong, I shouldn’t be up here, I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean.” So in your first paragraph you confess that what you’re doing is wrong, and you shouldn’t be doing it. You note you should be back home and in school. OK, so far we’re 100% in agreement. Next? “Yet, you all come to us young people for hope, how dare you?” Not sure where you’re getting your information. No sentient adult goes to young people “for hope” whether they’ve been “dared” to or otherwise. Normally, when adults consider young people like yourself, the operative word is “despair”. And if you’re unfamiliar with that word, it means “absence of hope”. “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words…” Wow, you must have had very fragile dreams, and an even more precarious childhood, if mere empty words could steal them. Even words loaded with meaning shouldn’t be able to take down someone’s dreams that easily, if the dreams are even a little bit deeply held. But empty words? Greta, you need to find better dreams and cling to them with more determination. As for your stolen childhood, this makes me suspect you didn’t exactly win the lottery when it comes to parents, did you? Just sayin’. “…and yet I’m one of the lucky ones. People are suffering, people are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing.” OK, sounds like someone’s been playing too much of the computer video game Civilization. Yes, in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI people are suffering, people are dying, and entire ecosystems are collapsing. Meanwhile, back in reality, none of that is occurring. Well, none of it that is caused by human emissions of carbon dioxide at least. Greta, try to spend a few hours each day actually off your computer, so you can experience the world as it really is, not as your scary online world, and your handlers, are convincing you it must be. “We are in the beginning of a mass extinction…” Now it seems you’ve fallen into a time machine which has transported you back to the Yucatan Peninsula, sixty-five million years ago, when the comet was about to annihilate the dinosaurs. Either that or someone is doing a very good job of filling your head with utter nonsense. Shame on them, for scaring the socks off you. There is no evidence that we’re at the beginning of a mass extinction—certainly not of any life forms we care about. “…and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you?” Um, did your speechwriter not know the audience you’d be addressing today? You’re speaking to diplomats in the United Nations General Assembly. There is probably no group of people on Earth less interested in economic growth than these folks. They don’t really care about money either, as they’re all on generous expense accounts and—thanks to diplomatic immunity—can park anywhere they want in Manhattan without worrying about being ticketed or towed. First rule of public speaking: Know your audience. “For more than 30 years the science has been crystal-clear.” Did you bother to look at any of that science? Thirty years ago they were saying Manhattan would be under water by now. Almost every prediction so called “climate scientists” have made during the past thirty years has failed to come true. This is not science being crystal-clear. It is shamanism being crystal-clear. You need to learn the difference. A science that is not able to make what are called “useful, non-obvious predictions” is not science. It’s religion. And I’m sorry, but you’ve become ensnared in the climate cult’s terrible clutches. “How dare you continue to look away and come here saying that you’re doing enough when the politics and solutions needed are still nowhere in sight.” Another rule of effective speaking: don’t contradict yourself, especially within a single sentence. If the “politics and solutions needed are still nowhere in sight”, what exactly are you expecting these UN diplomats to do, beyond what they’re already doing? If the solutions are truly nowhere in sight, you’re certainly not going to get them from this crowd. “You say you hear us and that you understand the urgency but no matter how sad and angry I am, I do not want to believe that because if you really understood the situation and still kept on failing to act then you would be evil and that I refuse to believe.” Greta, on this one, best go with “evil”. Again, you’re addressing the core members of the United Nations, arguably the most worthless organisation on the planet today. Even if they did believe something was an urgent problem, they’d not have the collective will to do anything about it. Actually, a better description than evil in this case would be “utterly f…..g worthless”. Remember, these are the very folks who commissioned the IPCC itself, and told it to make reports…every six years. You’d think if the world were about to end, reports of it happening could be slightly more frequent. “The popular idea of cutting our emissions in half in 10 years only gives us a 50% chance of staying below 1.5 degrees and the risk of setting off irreversible chain reactions beyond human control. 50% may be acceptable to you but those numbers do not include tipping points, most feedback loops, additional warming hidden by toxic air pollution, or the aspects of equity and climate justice, they also rely on my generation sucking hundreds of billions of tons of your CO2 out of the air with technologies that barely exist. So, a 50% risk is simply not acceptable to us, we who have to live with the consequences.” Are you aware that you’re quoting alarmist predictions from the very scientists who’ve yet to be right about any of their predictions? Does that not concern you? “How dare you pretend that this can be sold with just business as usual and some technical solutions with today’s emissions levels that remaining CO2 budgets will be entirely gone within less than 8 and a half years.” Well, ignoring that the sentence itself is gibberish, what exactly are you wanting anyone to do? You just told us that there are no solutions anywhere in sight. You’re very good at saying what you’re angry about. But we haven’t yet heard the grand plan that will solve everything. If you don’t have it, do you really think these diplomats sitting in front of you do? “There will not be any solutions or plans presented in line with these figures here today because these numbers are too uncomfortable and you are still not mature enough to tell it like it is.” Your rhetoric is slipping into the category of deranged, verbal nonsense, but I do find it interesting that you—a seventeen year old—“dare” (if we can borrow your favorite word) to tell an audience of people over twice your age, that they are insufficiently mature. Rarely does insulting your audience achieve desired results, in public speaking. Might be time to consider firing your speech writer. “You are failing us but the young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The eyes of all future generations are upon you and if you choose to fail us I say we will never forgive you. We will not let you get away with this. Right here, right now, is where we draw the line. The world is waking up and change is coming whether you like it or not.” Well, if change is coming whether they like it or not, why are you even bothering to give this speech? And by the way, what change is coming? You’ve already confessed there are no solutions in sight. This would seem to suggest change is not coming, at least anytime soon. And as for the eyes of all future generations being on the UN General Assembly, good luck with that. Even the eyes of today’s generation aren’t on anything the UN General Assembly does—much less will be the eyes of all generations unto the end of time. But I’m sure the people you’re addressing right now wish they were that important. Anyway, Greta, a word of advice. You’re clearly a very upset and angry young lady, with endless dedication to your goals. Rather than hurling hate-filled rhetoric at a room of old folks whom you rightly predict won’t do what you want them to do, why don’t you roll up your sleeves and try to make a difference yourself? I think we can all agree that public speaking is probably not your best contribution to the Cause. Go back to school, take some atmospheric physics, basic chemistry, and geology classes. Maybe dabble with the design of that machine that’s going to suck all the CO2 out of the atmosphere. Trust me, it’s not yet on anyone’s drawing board. You can be the first! And a bonus. If you truly study this issue that has so captured your attention, pretty soon you’re going to learn that the whole thing is one gigantic hoax, the greatest hoax in human history, being perpetrated by the government-educational-industrial complex. You’re going to learn that pretty much everything that’s been indoctrinated into your head is false. You’re going to learn that real scientists, tens of thousands of them, have already learned this and have gone on record as acknowledging it. You’re going to learn you’re being used by adults to turn you into a propagandist for shamanistic alarmism, and you’re going to realise that, because of it, you’ve been the victim of massive child abuse. When you learn all this, I predict that your present anger is going to look like a calm, tranquil lake compared to how you will feel then. I predict at that point you’ll decide to write your own speech. And no matter who’s in the audience when you give it, I predict it will be scathing.
  18. It was on that basis Baz that we have even carded an extra race for you to have a bet on at Te Aroha on Sunday. Speaking of Petoton great to see Jason Waddell back out on the track and winning. See you Sunday
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Exactly Trumpy. Bloke only ever talks of the past rather than “stay in the moment”. He obviously worships his Princess Taxinda but he's really her "yesterday man"
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    Jacinda Ardern

    Very good thanks Bloke...….and yours.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    In my world Bloke that isn't a woman. I must have got right then that it is a photo of you. How did your princess get on with Trump today?