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Jackson does not need a special invitation to 'get into it'. He is proabably the worst offender!

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Richard Seager
Richard Seager
17 août 2022

After a visit to the Council offices here in Dunedin today to ask about how to get in contact with other candidates I came away with the impression that tyranny is the go to for the mediocre.


And no I did not raise my voice once. Nor did I finger wag. But in return I was gaslit a few times (once about not wearing a mask) and there was a terrible amount of passive agressiveness coming back in my direction.

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
17 août 2022
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it would seem most people have taken the koolaid and are brainwashed or maybe they are just playing the game to keep their jobs.....either way they are part of the tyranny.....keep fighting the fight PR

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
17 août 2022

Mahuta is leading the charge......Ardern between the two main activists being squeezed to roll New Zealand over and destroy democracy......apartheid is upon us and most are asleep to the fact....

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
18 août 2022
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correct - of course they are - when the compliant masses awake it will be too late and they will be the first to say, "what happened to our democracy?" 😝

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Sad and bloody appalling, a real shame how useless and scared most New Zealanders have become over the last 30 or so years, the rot set in long before the socialist bastards got into power, all they have done is change the DNA of our country and our democracy to fit their own belief system, most New Zealanders do not see that, and when they do it will be to late, like a baby crawling towards the balcony no one dares to intervene because they might be yelled at by the parents, and when the baby finally falls and is mortally injured people start to scream why didn't someone do anything?, the answer everyone was to bloody scared.

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Highlander
Highlander
17 août 2022

My Wife is from Romania and came to NZ in 1999 ten years after their revolution because she was sick of being controlled, by successive governments. While the revolution got rid of the head of state, (Nicolae Ceaușescu & his wife Elena) the running of the country was taken over by his deputies who continued the elitism and a lot of the communist policy, so after 10 years nothing much had changed other than all the communist elite had taken control of the countries industry and either sold it off to overseas buyers or kept it for themselves and made millions if not billions from what in fact belonged to the people.


The path that the labour party is taking…


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Richard Seager
Richard Seager
17 août 2022
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Your wife is M?


In communist Poland you were allowed to run a small business with maximum of 20? employees as long as you met with Govt approval. And if you did meet with that then you could travel overseas. If you didn't you were stuck going to the Baltic for your summer holidays.

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