Daily Review 11/09/2018

Written By: - Date published: 7:16 pm, September 11th, 2018 - 10 comments
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10 comments on “Daily Review 11/09/2018”

  1. mickysavage 1

    Sorry it is late. Problems when my laptop tethered to my phone …

  2. joe90 2

    The Iranian regime and UK Labour, Golriz Ghahraman and the Green Party….deep state Mossad CIA fake news coup!

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    Freedom has no limits; ideas and thoughts should never ever be limited. Ideas and thoughts should only be answered by more superior logic. Any type of restrictions on ideas and beliefs especially on #SocialMedia will lead to chaos and dictatorship. #FreedomOfSpeech— Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (@Ahmadinejad1956) September 10, 2018

  3. Exkiwiforces 3

    From WFT News, All us Atheists and other non believers are in the poo poo according to these clowns. Time to crack open my top self of single malts and Cubans from the looks of it or get our go bags and rifles ready Lol

    https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/wtf/first-red-heifer-born-in-israel-for-2000-years-triggers-armageddon-fears/news-story/f02da2eaf05159137d281a2dc5cd39d1

    • McFlock 3.1

      Didn’t I see that episode of South Park?

      Probably find the nutbars have been selectively breeding cows for years to get a red one, just to cause a riot.

      • Exkiwiforces 3.1.1

        Especially when the born again heretics acting in conjunction with gods chosen people who are cutting off aid and closing their DC office so I wouldn’t be surprised if there is going to be riots in the coming weeks.

      • mary_a 3.1.2

        You got it dead right there McFlock (3.1) …

        And to think they walk amongst us! Give me strength!

  4. Johnr 4

    During the afternoon as I trundle about my work I like to listen to Wendyl Nissan on radio live. Today she said as an aside to her regular programme that she was watching Jacinda Adern at parliament question time, this is her comment
    ” I know we aren’t supposed to comment on woman politicians appearance, but Jacinda looks amazing, she is one stunning chick and she looks like she’s really enjoying herself fending off Simon bridges questions, not that they would need a lot of fending ”
    Made me chuckle

  5. NZJester 5

    The only suspected infiltration by a foreign power into the New Zealand government lately I have seen some reliable contested evidence for is the possibly China put a spy into the National Party.
    It is a known uncontested fact though that the National MP in question previously had a Chinese military rank and taught Chinese spies.

  6. Ngungukai 6

    The CIA were in bed with Lange, Douglas, Preeble and the Neoliberal Reforms of the 1980’s, following Milton Friedman’s Ideology from the Chicago School of Economics. A clever plan which was hatched for the Multi National’s to acquire NZ’s Strategic Assets, game set and match without a shot being fired ????

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