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On ‎8‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 2:53 PM, rdytdy said:

I don't need to say anything Bloke, the content is pretty clear isn't it?  However you seem to want to attack the messengers rather than take in the message. Hopefully some of it will filter through to you though. :rolleyes:  

Run out of fairy dust yet. :) 

Take the message? Shit Ted your cut and pastes are so long you would need to have a lie down if you tried to read them.  In fact they are longer than the shit  cut and pasted by the Wacko right wingers on the Trump Forum

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1 hour ago, bloke said:

Snowflake? That's a saying the Wackos use as well. Do you also play the bango ?

 

What's a bango Bloke. :rcf-laughing-2:

Both the Collins Dictionary and the Financial Times had "Snowflake" as one of the words of the year in 2016.

A term used to describe someone deemed too emotional to cope with views that challenge their own and genuinely distressed by ideas that run contrary to their own world view. When confronted with the harsher realities of life they react with intolerance towards people and things they believe may offend someone or toward people who have a different political opinion. De-platforming controversial speakers is a tactic that they like to use.

Snowflakes are horrified when they hear an opinion they don't like and feel they should be protected from it. These snowflakes who are fragile,  easily offended and unable to deal with opposing views believe they have a right to be protected from anything that upsets them.

We now have universities (Massey last week) hostile towards free speech determined to protect students from ideas they may not like and also creating "safe-places" or areas where people cannot disagree or challenge their ideas. 

At one student meeting clapping was banned in case it caused "trauma" and asked people to wave silent "jazz-hands" instead. 

Harden up Bloke or alternatively make yourself a "snowflake safe place" by not looking at this thread. 

   

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Time for the report card , it's almost a year , still time for things to go even worse. 

Here we go ,  Joined the TTP  , scammed their supporters , Allowed expansion of water bottling plant ,   Cancelled irrigation projects even though climate change is this governments nuclear moment ,  Cancelled new gas exploration in Taranaki even though gas is great for emissions savings ,  Introduced increased fuel taxes ,  Cancelled the Kermadec sanctuary ,  Banned a job creating coal mine ,  Squandering $35 million on pike river and more cost expected , Cuts to police mental  health plan ,  Unions legally permitted to invade work places , employers must pay workers while receiving union propaganda , Record strikes , House building failure , only 18 completed , 2 bedroom affordable kiwi build homes $620,000 (how funny is that) , Matrix homes broke and several other  high profile company receiverships ,   $4 billion June trade deficit , the largest in a decade , Jenny Salesa $30,000 travel expenses for 2 months , limo to sports events etc ,  Ron Marks air force taxi service , The collapse of the NZ dollar v US  , Salvation army distributes record food parcels , Increased homeless people ,  Children's ministry in disarray  , Prison construction down sized , Crims to get easier bail , Motorways cancelled . 

I'm sure the l've missed plenty but seeing what damage has been done so far it's no wonder business confidence is down the drain .

( perhaps cindy using her baby as a political prop should have been added to the list as well ) 

 

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6 hours ago, rdytdy said:

What's a bango Bloke. :rcf-laughing-2:

Both the Collins Dictionary and the Financial Times had "Snowflake" as one of the words of the year in 2016.

A term used to describe someone deemed too emotional to cope with views that challenge their own and genuinely distressed by ideas that run contrary to their own world view. When confronted with the harsher realities of life they react with intolerance towards people and things they believe may offend someone or toward people who have a different political opinion. De-platforming controversial speakers is a tactic that they like to use.

Snowflakes are horrified when they hear an opinion they don't like and feel they should be protected from it. These snowflakes who are fragile,  easily offended and unable to deal with opposing views believe they have a right to be protected from anything that upsets them.

We now have universities (Massey last week) hostile towards free speech determined to protect students from ideas they may not like and also creating "safe-places" or areas where people cannot disagree or challenge their ideas. 

At one student meeting clapping was banned in case it caused "trauma" and asked people to wave silent "jazz-hands" instead. 

Harden up Bloke or alternatively make yourself a "snowflake safe place" by not looking at this thread. 

    

Oh so now you are googling Ted!    "Snowflakes are horrified when they hear an opinion that they don't like"   That's you Ted with Jacinda. She has wound you up so much that you have lost the plot.

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6 hours ago, tripple alliance said:

 

( perhaps cindy using her baby as a political prop should have been added to the list as well ) 

 

A radio station interview today with the sprog wearing headphones--almost child abuse but suits shallow Jacinda and her appalling notion of child rearing.

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Jacinda really can do it all

by Christie 
 
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PM Jacinda Ardern

She’s graced the cover of Vogue magazine. She has boosted the sales of Allbirds tenfold. She wrote the forward for Helen Clark’s new book. She has had a baby, took only 6 weeks off, and manages to juggle work and motherhood at the same time. She has scolded the Australians on their attitude towards refugees. She has has a wonderful trip to Europe, meeting foreign heads of state, and even attending a dinner at Buckingham Palace and now she is writing for The NZ Herald. quote:

Prime Minister  Jacinda Ardern will be the guest editor of the New Zealand Herald‘s 125th Suffrage edition, to be published on September 19.

The commemorative edition will mark the anniversary of New Zealand women winning the right to vote on September 19, 1893, becoming the first country in the world to do so.

“It’s a huge honour to be asked to guest edit the Suffrage 125 anniversary edition of the New Zealand Herald. It’s an assignment I’m approaching with a great sense of responsibility,” Ardern said.

“To try and summarise 125 years of women’s experience in one issue of the newspaper is an impossible task, but I’m planning at least to ensure that the edition covers where we’ve been, where we are right now, and where we’re going.”

Herald Premium Content Editor Miriyana Alexander said the Prime Minister was a fitting guest editor for the occasion. The pair have started planning and Alexander said Ardern was full of great story ideas.

“The Prime Minister is going to roll her sleeves up and write some pieces, and is pursuing some great interview subjects. She will also be in the Herald newsroom on the night to join our team in putting the paper to bed. end quote.

 

Good on her. This is a momentous occasion indeed. It is absolutely appropriate that someone who has benefited enormously from all the trailblazing women in the world and is now the first ever premier to take maternity leave should front this. What an achievement.

But I have just one question, although admittedly, it is a small one.

When exactly are you going to get on with the job of being prime minister of New Zealand? You know, that job we pay you about half a million dollars a year to do?

How are you going with lifting every child out of poverty, Jacinda? Have you achieved that yet? Because, during the election campaign, you stated that child poverty was the sole reason you decided to go into politics. So, now that you have the chance, have you waved your magic wand and made it go away?

Of course not.

It is funny, but over the last 2 or 3 winters, we saw nothing else other than pictures of people sleeping in cars and heard harrowing tales of the misery among low-income families in New Zealand. This year – nothing.

This year, the Auckland City Mission has distributed more food parcels than EVER before in its 98-year history. Food parcels distributed in Masterton are also at record highs. It doesn’t sound as if you have solved any sort of poverty yet, Jacinda. If anything, I would say that poverty is worse now than it was a year ago.

Housing is also worse than it ever was. During the election campaign, there was going to be this amazing new concept called Kiwibuild, which would magically produce all these wonderful houses for people on low incomes in no time at all. But here we are, a year later, without one single house completed, and to qualify for a Kiwibuild house, a young couple will need an income of over $120,000 per annum.

So that’s not doing much for child poverty either, is it?

And exactly what does hiking fuel taxes do for people on low incomes? Let me tell you what it does. It pushes up the price of everything. We are all noticing prices in the supermarket slowly increasing, but this hits the poor hardest of all.

And now that business confidence is falling, the dollar has dropped, which will mean imports will become more expensive… which will push fuel prices up even further. And this will hit people on low incomes once again, and those children you were so keen to help will be worse off, once again.

But all that is okay, isn’t it Jacinda, because, by your own judgement, we must be doing well here in New Zealand because we are still doing better than Venezuela at the moment. So that is something, isn’t it?

I don’t know how you sleep at night All you have done since you came into power is pose for photos, throw taxpayers money around the Pacific, swan off to Europe and take maternity leave. In the meantime, the lives of these people and particularly those children that you profess to care so much about just get harder and harder every day. Thanks to you.

But never mind about that. You just go ahead and spend your time writing editorials for newspapers. I asked our excellent researcher, Sally, to find out how many other politicians have written newspaper editorials in their time, and the answer came back… that none have.

This is because responsible politicians know they have a job to do and spend at least some of their time trying to do it.

But don’t you worry your pretty little head about that, Jacinda. There’s a trip to New York and the U.N. coming up. You can start packing for that as soon as you’ve got your newspaper articles out of the way.

But I’ll just leave you with one final thought.

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Food for thought, isn’t it?

 

 
 

 

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Simon Bridges is not going well Ted. He reminds me of Joe 90 and he is rating well behind Jacinda. Gee I bet that winds you up Ted. Next cab off the rank is between Crusher and  Benefit

Now that is a true dilemma.

 

 

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On 8/16/2018 at 10:07 AM, tripple alliance said:

Time for the report card , it's almost a year , still time for things to go even worse. 

Here we go ,  Joined the TTP  , scammed their supporters , Allowed expansion of water bottling plant ,   Cancelled irrigation projects even though climate change is this governments nuclear moment ,  Cancelled new gas exploration in Taranaki even though gas is great for emissions savings ,  Introduced increased fuel taxes ,  Cancelled the Kermadec sanctuary ,  Banned a job creating coal mine ,  Squandering $35 million on pike river and more cost expected , Cuts to police mental  health plan ,  Unions legally permitted to invade work places , employers must pay workers while receiving union propaganda , Record strikes , House building failure , only 18 completed , 2 bedroom affordable kiwi build homes $620,000 (how funny is that) , Matrix homes broke and several other  high profile company receiverships ,   $4 billion June trade deficit , the largest in a decade , Jenny Salesa $30,000 travel expenses for 2 months , limo to sports events etc ,  Ron Marks air force taxi service , The collapse of the NZ dollar v US  , Salvation army distributes record food parcels , Increased homeless people ,  Children's ministry in disarray  , Prison construction down sized , Crims to get easier bail , Motorways cancelled . 

I'm sure the l've missed plenty but seeing what damage has been done so far it's no wonder business confidence is down the drain .

( perhaps cindy using her baby as a political prop should have been added to the list as well ) 

 

you make it out as though.... this has come as a result of the Labour Party over the past 7months.

Lets be honest, and take a good look at whats occurred in America... where for years America was in a crumbling decline..

surely you would agree.. much of Nz and its economic&social downturns have over time been eroded by previous governments, and to some degree by international governments.

it has come to the point where we are now recognising the symptoms of a unhealthy country... its laughable how we blame the current government and forget the previous governments for their efforts at chipping away on our once solid foundation.

 

the pendulum will swing national then labour and back again, to and fro.... and Nz will be in no better position until... Its people and its leaders turn back to God and his principles, and removing all unrighteous laws

Unrighteous Laws?

 

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1 hour ago, 6xes said:

you make it out as though.... this has come as a result of the Labour Party over the past 7months.

Lets be honest, and take a good look at whats occurred in America... where for years America was in a crumbling decline..

surely you would agree.. much of Nz and its economic&social downturns have over time been eroded by previous governments, and to some degree by international governments.

it has come to the point where we are now recognising the symptoms of a unhealthy country... its laughable how we blame the current government and forget the previous governments for their efforts at chipping away on our once solid foundation.

 

the pendulum will swing national then labour and back again, to and fro.... and Nz will be in no better position until... Its people and its leaders turn back to God and his principles, and removing all unrighteous laws

Unrighteous Laws?

 

 

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