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    Ohokaman reacted to 100 1 in Trump written off   
    Look in the mirror and you will see a giant one
     
    A lot reporting they knew each other.
    Of course MSM won't investigate because they are there to to inflame the situation for George.
     
     
     
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    Ohokaman reacted to shodsie in Trump written off   
    something where there can be no debate about 43 years............
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    Ohokaman reacted to Gruff in Trump written off   
    Time will tell Heap  Plenty more to come out of this one would expect, and the Democrats need to break Trump before the election because as you well know Biden will be an easy kill for Trump in a debate
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Gruff in Jacinda Ardern   
    The School Mistress wants to keep control for a bit longer....
    https://www.scribd.com/document/464169764/Alert-Level-1-Cabinet-Paper#from_embed
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Gruff in VIRTUAL TIPSTERS THREAD   
    Even grumpier today after Captain Harry didn’t hold on yesterday....cost me a $10k quaddie.......
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Stables in THIS IS SERIOUS PEOPLE MAKE NO MISTAKE   
    Yet another rebuttal of this wonder drug......
    Trump said he took hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus — but new study shows that doesn’t work 
    From CNN's Elizabeth Cohen
     
    George Frey/AFP/Getty Images  
    On the heels of several studies showing hydroxychloroquine doesn’t help patients in the hospital with Covid-19, a new study – the first of its kind – shows the drug doesn’t work to prevent infection with the virus, either.  
    The study of 821 people is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, considered the gold standard in medicine. The study was expected to be published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.
    The researchers assigned about half the study subjects to take hydroxychloroquine and half to take a placebo, or a pill that does nothing. Neither the researchers nor the study subjects knew who was taking hydroxychloroquine and who was taking a placebo. They found the drug didn’t make a difference – over the next two weeks, the study subjects came down with Covid symptoms in equal amounts. 
    The study’s senior author, Dr. David Boulware, says that on May 9, the White House physician sent him an email asking his opinion of hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure against Covid-19.   
    Boulware, an infectious disease expert at the University of Minnesota, says he advised Trump’s physician that there was no published research showing hydroxychloroquine worked preventatively and shared that people in his study who took hydroxychloroquine had higher rates of side effects, mostly gastrointestinal problems such as nausea and vomiting.  
    On May 18, Trump announced that he’d been taking the medicine for a week and a half.   
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Gruff in THIS IS SERIOUS PEOPLE MAKE NO MISTAKE   
    Yet another rebuttal of this wonder drug......
    Trump said he took hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus — but new study shows that doesn’t work 
    From CNN's Elizabeth Cohen
     
    George Frey/AFP/Getty Images  
    On the heels of several studies showing hydroxychloroquine doesn’t help patients in the hospital with Covid-19, a new study – the first of its kind – shows the drug doesn’t work to prevent infection with the virus, either.  
    The study of 821 people is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, considered the gold standard in medicine. The study was expected to be published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.
    The researchers assigned about half the study subjects to take hydroxychloroquine and half to take a placebo, or a pill that does nothing. Neither the researchers nor the study subjects knew who was taking hydroxychloroquine and who was taking a placebo. They found the drug didn’t make a difference – over the next two weeks, the study subjects came down with Covid symptoms in equal amounts. 
    The study’s senior author, Dr. David Boulware, says that on May 9, the White House physician sent him an email asking his opinion of hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure against Covid-19.   
    Boulware, an infectious disease expert at the University of Minnesota, says he advised Trump’s physician that there was no published research showing hydroxychloroquine worked preventatively and shared that people in his study who took hydroxychloroquine had higher rates of side effects, mostly gastrointestinal problems such as nausea and vomiting.  
    On May 18, Trump announced that he’d been taking the medicine for a week and a half.   
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from THE TORCH in A Salute To Our Commentators   
    Great video HS...they were real gentlemen in those days.......Peter couldn’t have known back then how far down the pan racing would go.....
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    Ohokaman reacted to rdytdy in Jacinda Ardern   
    Gruff, speaking of being intellectually challenged here is a transcript of Ardern's interview with Mike Hosking yesterday:
     
    Ardern Refuses to Take Responsibility & Claims Our Economy Is All but Back to Normal
    Mike:
      So, what happened to the rules aye? Protesters all over the grounds of parliament, well in excess of 100 and not a sign of any social distancing, even the deputy prime minister this morning asking questions. The prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, is with us – good morning.
    Jacinda:
    Good morning.
    Mike:
    Do you condone that activity?
    Jacinda:
    No.
    Mike:
    And what about the police, where were they?
    Jacinda:
    (Sucks in breath) Ahh… they were present as they are other protests taking the exact same approach that they have all the way through. Aah… they take a graduated approach, Mike, and ultimately those are their calls. I should add these are operation decisions but the same approach is taken for any area where they’ve seen um… aah… gatherings, which is first to educate – warn, before they then move into enforcement action.
    Mike:
    Well, why didn’t they take any enforcement because presumably when they educated and warned nothing happened?
    Jacinda:
    Again, Mike, I am not going to um… aah… issue dictates on the police’s operational decisions. They are for them.
    Mike:
    Are you disappointed in them?
    Jacinda:
    Aah… in the…
    Mike:
    …police.
    Jacinda:
    Oh, aah…  they have played a phenomenal role all the way through the efforts of COVID-19. They are the ones on the ground needing to make these decisions and I leave those decisions for them and that’s appropriate.
    Mike:
    What’s the point of having rules if the rules can be so openly flouted and everybody else is supposed to adhere to them – unless you are a protester?
    Jacinda:
    And everyone… and everyone is meant to adhere to them. And, look Mike, I absolutely understand the strength of feeling and the sentiment. No one wants to have restrictions in place that inhibit peaceful protest um… or that stops funeral or tangihanga or celebrations, but they are there for a reason.
    We have no restrictions in place that are not there for a reason currently…
    Mike:
    Well, no one’s arguing that. They are there for a reason but… but there’s no reason for having rules or regulations if they’re going to be so opening flouted and ignored by the police.
    Jacinda:
    And we have used a process all the way through that has served us well. It is a graduated approach. It doesn’t move straight in; in that it hasn’t moved straight in that heavy-handed way in the first instance. Um… but Mike of course my aspiration as a team, of course, is to move away from needing restrictions in all but the fastest way we can get there, it’s just being certain that we are in the better possible position to remove them.
    Mike:
    Winston said half an hour ago on this programme, given what we saw on the parliament grounds and in Auckland yesterday, why aren’t we at level one? He will presumably raise that with you again, so why aren’t we at level one?
    Jacinda:
    Well, the first thing I would say is that no one argued at level four that if someone broke the rules that was a reason to get rid of the rules, um… but of course as we’ve moved through we’ve always said that we need to make sure that we’re constantly reviewing the settings and the data that we’re getting.
    So, what I intend to talk to cabinet about today is we’ve always said it would be no later than the 22nd of June that we’d have those… aah… that we would move to level one if we continue on the track that we have.
    Aah… from the conversations I’ve had with the… from the Ministry of Health and the feedback I’ve had from the Director General of Health is that we are in a position to start considering that earlier than that. Um… so potentially that would be the 8th of June.
    Mike:
    So, you will consider at the 8th of June to go on the 9th?
    Jacinda:
    I’ll put… I’ll put to the cabinet that we consider it on the 8th of June. We’ve always left that up to 48 hours before we move, ahh so that’s what I’ll talk to cabinet about today.
    Mike:
    So, today’s the 2nd, six days’ time, what is it that’s happening between now and six days’ time that’s going to flip it?
    Jacinda:
    Mike, Mike you will remember that in the same way that when we went into lock down we said well actually we won’t see… there’s a lag here with everything, and the thing that ahh of course, our epidemiologist and the health officials continue to keep in mind is that we do have asymptomatic transmission and so if we want to be in the position where we already have some of the fewest restrictions in the world um… if we want to be in a position where we are probably the only one that has virtually none… which is keep in mind level one, that is what it looks like.
    Basically, it’s border controls and nothing else. If we want to move into that position you can understand why we’d want to have that extra assurance of that lengthier period of time where there aren’t any cases…
    Mike:
    Well… well maybe we would and maybe we wouldn’t. What about the bloke who caught it from an event who said last week NZ cannot wait further weeks over minimal Covid cases knowing that the cost will only be extreme and unjustifiable?
    Jacinda:
    A couple of things to keep in mind. I mean you would have been out and about as I was Mike, over the weekend, for the most part the restrictions now are… are… um… impacting, you know, through fewer tables in hospitality and a particular way of working there, and mass gatherings are obviously having an impact, but by and large the economy is back.
    We do need to start seeing people come back into our cities, but that’s nothink to do with our restrictions so there are some personal choices that are being made in the way that some employers are working. By and large we came out of some of those heavy restrictions the moment we started stepping into level two, and that is why we have some… basically are amongst the fewest restrictions in the world right now.
    Mike:
    So, if our economy is largely back why do we have 50,000 more people on benefits?
    Jacinda:
    (Sucks in breath)
    Mike:
    The answer is because it’s not back and you know it.
    Jacinda:
    No, that’s aah… I don’t think that’s entirely fair Mike, there are some who have not survived through this.
    Mike:
    And the retail association and the hospitality association say at level two we cannot make a living, yes, the doors open, but we cannot make a living and that’s what’s holding them back and that’s more jobs when the wage subsidy is over.
    Jacinda:
    Yeah, hospitality we know. We’ve just asked of course that there’s still registers ahh and that they have a metre between people who are dining.
    Yes, and (indistinct)… retail I’d be interested to hear some of that feedback. Um… why… what those wider impacts are. I do still see some retailers who are doing things that they aren’t required to do and I understand that they are doing it for the safety of their customers but… but actually some of those restrictions are lesser on retail than others so…
    Mike:
    So, you’re… you’re arguing that people who are struggling to make a living at the moment, who are open at level two is good enough for them and the economy is back – your words not mine.
    Jacinda:
    No, no, not at all.
    Mike:
    You seriously argued that!
    Jacinda:
    No, Mike. I am arguing that the difference between level two and level one are primarily is hitting on hospitality um… and we absolutely acknowledge that, but I am also arguing that the idea of going hard and go early meant that we went into heavy restrictions and we came out, relative to other countries, very, very quickly.
    Mike:
    So, Michael Barnett says we should be at level one. Adam Crichton wrote that piece in The Australian, I am sure you read last week, that you are pushing the economy off a cliff. Winston says we should be on level one, Hospitality NZ says we should be on level one.
    The line of people saying we are on level one is long and loud.
    Jacinda:
    And Mike, and I’ve just explained to you that as a cabinet we are likely to consider earlier because we always said the 22nd was the very latest.
    (Sucks in breath) But also, I can give you a line of epidemiologists who know a lot about the ahh transmission um… of viruses like this, who I also have to give consideration to as well…
    Mike:
    Is that… is that the point – you’re giving more consideration to the Siouxsie Wiles and the Michael Bakers of this world than you are to people who make a living in business?
    Jacinda:
    No… no, not at all. All the way through our entire strategy is about… bin about trying to open up the economy faster than others. And we have. We are more open right now than Australia. We are more open than most countries you could compare us to. The only countries considered more open than us currently, Mike, are Belarus and Taiwan.
    So, I really push back on this idea here, that we haven’t been focused on opening up our economy. We have.
    Mike:
    If you go to them on the 8th with a view to opening when – the 9th? Or another two weeks past the 8th?
    Jacinda:
    We’ve tended to give people about… tended to be about 48 hours Mike.
    Mike:
    So, the 8th could be open at level one on the 10th?
    Jacinda:
    Ah… yes, yes it could be a scenario, yes.
    Mike:
    Is contact tracing a problem? We seem to have gone back to nine days from five, why?
    Jacinda:
    Ahh, sorry, you’ll have to give me an explanation of your argument.
    Mike:
    We’ve gone back… the Ministry of Health tells us we’ve gone back in contact tracing to nine days to get 80% of the cases and the close contacts, from five.  Ayesha Verrall said originally it should be four.
    Jacinda:
    (Sucks in breath) Well, all… as I’ve pointed out time and time again our biggest issue umm hasn’t ahh in more recent times… ahh so over the period of say from April, our biggest issue has been the timeliness of people getting a test because the clock starts as soon as… aah as soon as basically you’re symptomatic. If people don’t get a test in a timely way then it basically puts us behind on every element of that process…
    Mike:
    So, that’s not going to be a problem holding us back? So, you are happy that the contact tracing is not going to hold us back?
    Jacinda:
    I’m not going to… that has not been a reason for holding us back. No, Mike, but that does continue to be our biggest issue which is why we keep telling people if they’re sick, stay home, get a test straight way.
    Mike:
    On the wage subsidy, $10 billion wage subsidy, why would Carmel Sepuloni not be interested in getting regular updates and only be interested in looking at those once a quarter?
    Jacinda:
    No, I don’t think that was a fair characterisation. I think you might have seen that actually we came back on that and absolutely said that we agreed that’s information that we do ahh umm that there is public interest in and we are taking a very close look at and so we’ve got regular reporting on that.
    I think we’ve had about 3,200 refunds that have been made, about $83 million has been returned and we’ve been applying an auditing process as well.
    Mike:
    Adrien Orr said there’s a lot of money in the bank, so what happens with the… this is the IRD loan scheme, small businesses come along, borrow the money, stick it on deposit and collect the interest. If they were doing that, does that bother you?
    Jacinda:
    We’ve essentially said… you know, I’ve actually spoken to businesses that are… that are not doing that in order ahh… ahh to ahh reduce for instance interest payments but actually out of just the security of knowing that it’s there we did have a limited time available for applications for those loans so they’re as … in cases the hospo businesses I spoke to last week, they’re okay for now. They’re worried about their ongoing recovery as the winter drags on and so for them it was about applying when it was available and having it there in case, they needed it… to call on it further down the track. And I know that it what it is intended for.
    Mike:
    Just quickly, on the Monark development, KiwiBuild promised to be in by June of this year – do you owe them an apology? They bought on KiwiBuild on the government promise of being able to be in June – they may be in in July 2022.
    Jacinda:
    (Sucks in breath) Look, without having all of the… of course with developments Mike, there are many, many factors at play that can lead to delays.
    Mike:
    Indeed, do you owe them an apology though? They built on the promise of KiwiBuild and they’re not getting a house until July 2022, if they get their house at all.
    Jacinda:
    No. Again, that would be something for Minister Woods to address.
    Mike:
    Appreciate your time very much. Jacinda Ardern.
     
     
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    Ohokaman reacted to shodsie in Trump written off   
    try and tell that too the CNN Brain washed ohoka
    all liberal states gutless weak radical left mayors and governors 
    most republican states sleeping well tonight   
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from JOT in Trump written off   
    That would be a fucking miracle if this clown gets anything right JOT......
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Patiti in Silver Fox: I'm not ready to give up just yet   
    Contact Noel Edmonds and see if you can get a channel set up......great concept he has set up.
    https://positivity.radio
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    Ohokaman reacted to 100 1 in Jacinda Ardern   
    The deep states only way to control the people is by division
    The gig is up. Soon the world will have one common enemy and will unite like never before.
     
    Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: b785d4 No.9402777 
    May 31 2020 19:47:15 (EST) NEW
    YOU ARE WITNESSING THE GREATEST [COORDINATED] DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN TO EVER BE LAUNCHED AGAINST THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
    INFORMATION WARFARE.
    INFILTRATION V INVASION
    INSURGENCY.
    IRREGULAR WARFARE.
    [D] EFFORTS TO REGAIN POWER.
    Q      
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    Ohokaman reacted to 100 1 in Trump written off   
    Wrong again
    Team Trump is exposing George Soros and his paid henchman working for the Dems Media and deep state.
    Isis North Korea, Covid, Trump Collusion/Impeachment, California/Au fires, Antifa, BLM  all deep state operations hyped by your corrupt media and
    the people are waking up...FINALLY
    Obamagate first indictments
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    Ohokaman reacted to Gruff in Trump written off   
    Been watching Mike Hanna on Al jazeera, what a f#%kwit

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    Ohokaman reacted to shodsie in Trump written off   
    these protests have nothing to do with trump, the radical left (paid for by ohokas mates) are trying to unit the black community to their agenda but it wont work.....
    poor business owners are the unfortunate ones....
    you watch in the next few days the democrats and the fake news will all support the protesters once trump condones it.........
     
     
     
     
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Gruff in Trump written off   
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    Ohokaman reacted to rdytdy in Jacinda Ardern   
    Media Deliberately Blurring Opinion and Fact
    What Better Way to Confuse the Public About Ardern's Government Performance than Media Bias?
    By Suze
    Who hasn’t resisted the urge to throw something at the television during the news? Half-truths and omissions that support Jacinda the Wonderful and lies to demonstrate Orange Man Bad will do that to you.
    Viewers with less than a cursory interest in politics are so acclimatised to media opinion being presented as fact that they assume everything they hear is factual. Media are content to look the other way, ignoring their professional responsibility to provide the public with factual news simply because they do not like the facts. The errors and omissions by NZ media are a separate topic.
    Bad Man Orange emanated from American media, and this week Trump took Twitter to task for its dishonest attempt at placing a foot in two opposing camps. Twitter has a solid footing in the opinion camp, but the problem arose when Twitter censored Trump’s posts, thereby acting as a publisher.
    Trump was justifiably annoyed when his tweeted opinions were censored under the guise of “fact checking”. An opinion does not require censoring. An opinion is open to discussion and can be agreed or disagreed with.
    Twitter can’t have it both ways, so Trump introduced legislation to remove some of the protections Twitter and Facebook previously enjoyed as social media opinion platforms. Trump opened them up to the same legal challenges afforded publishers.
    Trump accused the media of censoring right-wing opinion. We have the same problem here. Our Ardern-adoring media constantly bypass a raft of Ardern government failures in favour of international and local media opinion saying she is doing a great job. Opinion and fact about then Ardern government’s performance have been deliberately blurred by media to confuse the viewer.
    If the public really understood the extent of the Ardern government incompetence it is highly likely that they would not be re-elected. But if this government is left unchecked they could go down as the most destructive in our history.  
    The following facts about failed promises and poor performance is nothing short of tragic from a government which promised openness and transparency.
    Aged Care
    David Clark, the Minister of Health, made a commitment prior to the election in a speech he gave in Christchurch that the first Budget of a Labour-led Government would see the appointment of an Aged Care Commissioner. Child Poverty
    Promised to end child poverty which worsened with 11,000 more children in material hardship and 15,000 more children living in welfare dependent homes. Seven out of nine child poverty indicators increased. COVID-19
    Did not go “hard or early” Failed to close the borders in March as advised. Instead implemented sustained lockdown causing economic hardship which could have been avoided if the borders had been closed earlier Estimated deaths from hospital postponed cancer checks and surgeries under lockdown will exceed the 22 deaths from Covid-19 which all were aged people with pre-existing conditions Inflated daily COVID-19 infection numbers by including “probable cases” Inflated the death count by including 96-year-old Eileen Hunter’s death whose death certificate did not state COVID because she had recovered Did not re-evaluate our lockdown after it was revealed 80,000 anticipated deaths was a grossly inflated figure based on faulty overseas modelling by the Royal Institute Refused 24 out of 24 requests to visit dying relatives during lockdown after telling NZ to “be kind” during the lockdown. Economy
    GDP dropped under the CoL. December 2019 GDP figures showed New Zealand went into a ‘GDP per person recession’ in the first half of the year, and continue to show an economy that is failing to deliver higher living standards for New Zealanders. The government is relying entirely on population growth to drive the economy. Government debt skyrocketed during COVID-19 when the government sprayed around borrowed money. A newspaper reported that we are entering the “sharpest, deepest economic slump ever.” New Zealand ranks fourth last in the OECD for labour productivity growth, and last for multi-factor productivity growth, according to economist Michael Reddell, based on OECD data. Health and education are gobbling up more of the budget as the population ages, with less and less to show for it Bob Jones says “In one year, New Zealand has blown 30 years of hard-fought ­fiscal rectitude.“ Job growth more than halved from 10,000 new jobs a month under National to 4,000 a month under Labour Banning oil & gas exploration caused a $30 billion loss to Taranaki and increased the price of imported fuel State Services Minister Chris Hipkins promised in mid-2018 this Government would “reduce the reliance on expensive consultants and contractors, saving taxpayers many millions of dollars a year”. At that time, the total spend across all 30-plus public sectors was just over $550m for 300 plus working groups Business confidence was at a ten year low before COVID-19 lockdown. More industrial strikes in Labour’s first year than in the last ten years. Education
    Shut down Charter Schools Failed to deliver 100 per cent qualified ECE teachers Teacher strikes Failed to reduce teacher/child ratios in early learning. Environment
    Failed to successfully implement its promise to plant a billion trees Plastic bag ban left customers in the lurch during COVID-19 when supermarkets banned re-useable shopping bags The waste from single use PPE gear has astronomically increased with tonnes of additional daily landfill and no message from the government about managing additional PPE waste from dentists, doctors, hospitals and medical centres. Health
    Promised to address youth suicide by providing free counselling for under 25s Failed to implement a surgical mesh register Failed to increase breast screening to age 74 Auckland Hospital is investigating four maternal deaths since March 23 under lockdown (A newspaper report) DHB cost blowouts Insurer warns of high risk of suicide by failed business owners. Housing
    Labour’s flagship housing policy, KiwiBuild, flopped Cost of rental housing increased an average of $50 a week after passage of legislation that made rental properties uneconomic so landlords sold rental properties State housing waiting lists increased from 6,000 to a record high of 14,500 in less than two years under Labour. Inequality
    Promised to address inequality, but Maori are still over-represented in poor socio-economic outcomes and account for more than 50% of the prison population, despite being only 14% of the general population. Infrastructure
    Cancelled “all roads of national significance” but two years later reversed that terrible decision 2018 census disaster under the CoL’s watch. Legislation
    Promised no new taxes but implemented seven including a petrol tax Promised a capital gains tax but thankfully failed to implement it Failed to strengthen the OIA as promised Botched legislation on gun law reform Passed legislation removing freedom and giving police and authorised person(s) the right to enter private homes without a warrant. Ministerial Competence
    New government failed to count heads and were forced to concede more opposition members on select committees to have Mallard elected speaker unopposed Phil Twyford and Megan Woods both demoted during the KiwiBuild debacle Ian Lees-Galloway granted residency to convicted criminal Karel Sroubek in 2018 Meka Whaitiri stood down for shouting and manhandling a staff member and fired from the cabinet a month later Claire Curran stripped of ministerial duties and subsequently resigned after using her computer for ministerial duties and failing to disclose meetings with Carol Hirschfeld Justice Minister Andrew Little was only prevented from repealing the three strikes law by Winston Peters National complained that undisciplined CoL ministers missed or were late for select committee meetings and forced the issue by walking out of an important select committee meeting on the health system and funding new cancer drugs. This sent dozens of submitters back home when a quorum was not formed within the allowable time frame, wasting time and money. The Minister of Health broke his own rules three times during Covid-19 lockdown. National Security
    NZ is the only member of Five Eyes not taking China to task over Hong Kong security law. Police
    Promise of 1800 new police in three years was declared unattainable Police botched the implementation of clunky new gun control laws and intimidated legitimate gun owner Dieuwe De Boer and his family Guns handed in to police with very casual gun custody measures were stolen by criminals. Ardern received global acclaim for her hug-a-Muslim-athon after Christchurch, raised New Zealand’s international profile (albeit for flimsy reasons), and provided financial assistance to employees during COVID-19. A pretty shabby offset to the long list of government fails. The ledger is heavily balanced against Ardern’s government but you won’t hear this from mainstream media.
       
     
           
     
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    Ohokaman reacted to 100 1 in Trump written off   
    What an idiot as usual
    Classified information declassified
    https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/2020-05-29 ODNI to CEG RHJ (Flynn Transcripts).pdf
    Ohokaman is on the wrong side of history on everything.
    Supporting Antifa BLM DEms Movie Stars MSM is fatal
     
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Stables in Trump written off   
    Wins again...?? You fuckwit. He’s hiding in a bunker. The people have had enough....he’s history.....
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from shaneMcAlister in Silver Fox: I'm not ready to give up just yet   
    Tui Ad right there....
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Rusty in 230 TAB staff given marching orders - leaders still there   
    Ever thought they don’t reply because they don’t have any answers, at least any that make sense...??
    Getting people to the track outside of major Carnivals and Holiday time has always been a mission...the options for the discretionary dollar are much greater these days compared to 20 odd years ago and Racing just doesn’t make top of the list for most people. The one thing that does get the non regular along is a Champion or a horse that excites.....think a Sunline, Winx, Makybe Diva or in Harness a Christian Cullen or Lazarus, Lyell Creek....
    And what they are proposing for on course punters in future with self service terminals ain’t going to help either....I hope they have plenty of technicians on site to fix the bloody things when they inevitably break down.....Genius.......
     
     
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Red Rum in VIRTUAL TIPSTERS THREAD   
    A few Kiwis running round at Ballarat today....Not Usual Dream, Brimm and Wazuzu in the last.
    Arctic Wolf looks best bet with Zahra on, Mr Tipla for odds in Brimm race. 
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Gruff in THIS IS SERIOUS PEOPLE MAKE NO MISTAKE   
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    Ohokaman got a reaction from Stables in Trump written off   
    The Chinese have it right.....
    China has accused the US of being responsible for the spread of the virus on its own soil, attributing the outbreak to American "politicians who lie".
    Earlier this month, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Mr Trump was trying to mislead the public, smear China and "shift the blame for [the US's] own incompetent response".