90% and no haircuts for the unvaccinated

Once the PM stopped congratulating herself on how wonderful she is, we got to hear yet another poorly thought out threat to those who dare not take mRNA pre treatment to COVID.

To get to 90%, a goal not achieved by any country to date, it may be a good idea to release the option that many hesitant of the mRNA vaccine want. The Novavax.

So we now have a two class system in New Zealand for the citizens and a vaccination rate that likely will never be achieved and will divide different areas by their percentage.

So with the no Jab no life measure announced today, it will likely get a small number of people to get the jab. That may take us to over 80% but 90% is a pretty hard target.

Once again we have no idea where we are going to get to apart from another step has been taken to remove the rights of those that have chosen to not participate in the global experiment.

It won’t be long before they come for you or something that you feel strongly about. Then you will wish you stood up for others.

The next time you hear a politician use the word ‘billion’ in a casual manner, think about whether you want the ‘politicians’ spending YOUR tax money.

A billion is a difficult number to comprehend, but one advertising agency did a good job of putting that figure into some perspective in one of its releases.

A. A billion seconds ago it was 1959.

B. A billion minutes ago Jesus was alive.

C. A billion hours ago our ancestors were living in the stone age.

D. A billion days ago no-one walked on the earth on two feet.

E. A billion Dollars ago was only 13 hours and 12 minutes, at the rate our government is spending it

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Still think getting Crusher Collins or Act in power would make a difference?

Each time, our Parliament makes a bi-partisan announcement, watch very carefully. The last one was for simplifying body Corp rules for apartment living. Our future New Zealand – Agenda 21 – pack & stack, high-density housing. Our true government is the United Nations and it demands 15,000 folks per square kilometre.

STUFF: Labour, National announce sweeping housing density law, three-storey homes without consent

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What a bromance!

Looks like Joe Rogan and Russell Brand are starting a blossoming bromance.

The liberals are awakening and I must admit both are enjoyable to watch on YouTube.

But we shouldn’t get any facts from YouTube according to the podium of truth should we?

Turns out coral likes warm water and CO2.

Dr Peter Ridd famously got sacked from his role of studying the a Great Barrier Reef for daring to claim the reef isn’t dying.

In a “how dare you” moment the James Cook University in Queensland dumped the senior professor and swiftly ended up in a long legal battle with the disobedient Dr.

Ridd originally won the unfair dismissal case and was awarded $1.2 million, but his ex employer perused this and had the ruling overturned on appeal.

Ridd then took the case to the High Court and lost.

It is a shame that a Dr can be legitimately sacked for misconduct for questioning the science of other scientists.

That used to be how science worked but I guess we are just too clever for that kind of science now days…

Just a sign of the times that if you don’t follow the narrative you are thrown on the heap.

So was Ridd right about the state of the reef.?

Let’s look at the data from the ever present Tony Hellyer