Daily review 23/06/2022

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  1. Patricia Bremner 1

    Kris Fafoi, go well. Enjoy your family.

    • weka 3.1

      apparently the Bridge joins the Beehive and the House.

      • Belladonna 3.1.1

        So was that 'where' he was being interviewed? Was it an interview? Or was this an off-the-cuff private comment?

        Inquiring minds want to know, darn it!

        I'd love to see more coverage of what is actually being said in court in the NZFirst case…..

        I get the feeling that there's a lot of 'dead bodies' (in the metaphorical sense, I hasten to add, before Robert Guyton demands my proof!) which could be uncovered.

    • Belladonna 3.2

      And, he must be fairly confident, given Peters' litigious history, to agree to a statement that Peters was bribed to axe the CGT. I mean it’s direct corruption.

  2. weka 4

    Trailer released for Muru today.

    Set in 2007, Tāneatua on the East Coast of New Zealand, Muru is based on a real event – a raid by the New Zealand Government's elite Special Tactics Group on a remote Māori township as they search for evidence of terrorism. During the raid, a single gunshot is fired, triggering a chain reaction of events which ultimately forces local Tūhoe Police Sergeant, Taffy, to make a choice between allegiance to his badge, or the safety of his whānau (family), bringing him into the deadly path of Captain Gallagher and Sgt. Kimiora.

    https://www.nzfilm.co.nz/films/muru

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xUGNoKkIjo&ab_channel=RialtoDistribution

  3. joe90 5

    Covering up war crimes by committing war crimes. Says it all, really.

    Following a visit to Ukraine from 24 May to 3 June to investigate Ukrainian photo-journalist Maks Levin’s death, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is releasing a report with information and evidence indicating that Levin and his friend and bodyguard were executed by Russian soldiers in a forest near Kyiv on 13 March, possibly after being interrogated and even tortured.

    […]

    RSF sent two investigators to collect evidence and search for clues from 24 May to 3 June: Arnaud Froger, the head of RSF’s investigation desk, and Patrick Chauvel, a French war photo-reporter who had worked with Levin in the Donbas at the end of February. They concluded that Levin and Chernyshov were executed in cold blood. The evidence against the Russian forces is overwhelming. It is detailed in a report published today entitled How Ukrainian journalist Maks Levin was executed by Russian forces. On the basis of the information and evidence they gathered, RSF’s investigators were able to reconstruct what happened.

    https://rsf.org/en/exclusive-rsf-investigation-death-maks-levin-information-and-evidence-collected-indicates

    https://rsf.org/sites/default/files/medias/file/2022/06/Rapport%20Ukraine%20_UK%20DEF.pdf

    • weston 5.1

      Actually joe the RSF report proves fuck all from what i can see did you even read it ? It does indicate that Maks Levin was spying for the Ukrainians though by providing them with footage from his drone but whether that fact was responsible for his sticky end there's no way to tell .The RSF ' investigators were able to come up with two hypothetical senarios as to how Levin and his bodyguard died but they both seem entirely speculative and if you are gonna have two you may as well have a hundred !

      As for proof what one bullet in a war zone ….Wah hoooo !!

  4. weston 6

    Pigs are in the news .Pig farmers are being asked to take steps to make their industry kinder to the animals they farm .Especially relevant in this regard are the use of ' sow crates' which are used supposedly to prevent the sow from standing on or crushing her piglets and which confine the sow only to either standing or lying down but not to turn around .

    Pigs normally left to their own devices will make a 'nest' if they have some straw or fern to use and the piglets quickly learn to stay out the way when mum flops down to feed her babies .That's 'mother natures ' way of doing things but of course a factory farm producing pork has got sfa to do with mother nature !

    Sounds like pork producers are gonna have to provide more space for their animals in order to comply with new regs which can only be good in my view but farmers will argue justifiably that this will cost more and that their product will lose any competitive advantage over imported pork if they have to pass on those costs .Fair call i think and time for a substantial levy on imported pork .

  5. Robert Guyton 7

    It's uncannily quiet tonight!

    I'm expecting this peacefulness to last a night and a day!

    24 hours of this will be bliss!

    • weka 7.1

      what would be truly impressive if people used the time to do some excellent political debate.

      • Robert Guyton 7.1.1

        Will do. I have an understanding of pathologies that might interest you and others. I learned by observing, here in my garden, that pathological organisms will appear in any system, as they should, because they are necessary to tone the system and keep it robust and resilient. Without the challenge of an irritant/pathological force, the body gets slack and becomes vulnerable to other more serious, sudden attacks. pathologies though, can't be allowed to spread un-challenged. They have to be contained and reduced. In the human body, a team of "white cells" surround and disable/consume pathological organisms that invade. In a garden, predatory "good bugs" increase in number in response the invasions by harmful agents; aphid etc. This is a natural system. The ideal is not to eliminate the unwanted organism, but to disable it; keep it around to train your defence system with. Give it a little space to live in, but keep an eye on it to ensure that it doesn't gain the upper hand. It seems tiresome sometimes, to do this work, but without it, pathological agents cause great harm. Well done to those commenters here providing the body "TS" with this natural, vital shield of protection 🙂

        • Anne 7.1.1.1

          And well done to Robert Guyton who practices what he preaches. 🙂

        • weka 7.1.1.2

          the problem I see here is we don't currently have a commensurate upswing of beneficial organisms. The act of disabling, over and over again, inhibits that growth. If the environment isn't conducive, because for example there is too much sharp sand in the soil, the beneficial organisms won't stick around.

          • weka 7.1.1.2.1

            to step out of the metaphor, arohamai, I mostly agree with you. However where an irritant survives and continues over time, my observation is that in communities such as this, people will inevitably shift from the main focus of political debate, to increasingly taking pot shots at the person who is causing the ongoing disruption to the community. There's a point beyond which it's hard to resolve that short of moderators removing the main protagonist (or them leaving voluntarily). Groups generally in the end force the moderators' hand.

            • Robert Guyton 7.1.1.2.1.1

              I understand weka and for a moderator, this is a worrying situation. This effect; of having focus shifted toward a non-productive space (pot-shooting) and losing commentators uninterested in that sort of behaviour, threatens the viability of the site, which is, imo, "Blade's" mission. The phrase, "don't feed the trolls" is usually deployed at this point, but seems never to be effective; it's too much to expect from ordinary folk and merely a provocation to the "troll" to up the ante and poke eyes with a pointier stick. "Some commenters" (I'll not use troll, for fear of incurring a penalty from a moderator) ply their trade by using inflammatory words and phrases ("You're stupid", "our woke Left wing" etc. over and over, on a site provided, in the main but not exclusively, for Left wing supporters and do so with intent. For the gentle soul, this is unfair and when it goes unchecked by moderators (who, yes, have better things to do) metamorphoses into pot-shooting, as you describe. Managing this sort of low-level disruption is difficult for the community of commenters; we yearn for intervention from moderators, but understand their/your bind. There are a number of commentators here who find "a commentators" schtick offensive and while most stay mum when they see it, it still serves to alienate them and reduce their interactions here, imo. What to do about this? Interrupters on political websites often strive to endear themselves to other commentators, as "cover" for their corrosive activities; plenty of yo-ho-ho chaps thrown in to buffer the raw antagonism, and that confuses some. Tolerance of off-reservation, non-tribal members is a good thing, but constantly absorbing low-blows from that person is not acceptable, imo. The solution, I reckon, is good manners; the perimeters of which have to be set and visible; I would suggest no overt or covert accusations around a person's intellect (you're an idiot, thick, dumb, stupid etc.) That alone would help. I know this sounds Mary Poppins-ish, but it might resonate with others. I'd be interested to hear from them, but realise this comment is buried in last-night's "Daily Review" and probably won't see the light of day 🙂

    • Poission 7.2

      Not all butterflies and rainbows in Germany as the German (Green) economic minister moves to stage 2 in the energy crisis,which requires substitution of electricity gas generation to both black and lignite coal generation.

      Also requires idled thermals to be reinstated.

      https://twitter.com/SStapczynski/status/1539881920229949440?cxt=HHwWgIDStdSc4d4qAAAA

      Euro electricity spikes,

      https://twitter.com/HelenCRobertson/status/1539887645769306114

    • Kat 7.3

      It is quiet….the calm before the storm perhaps……indecision

  6. Belladonna 8

    I thought this was a good summary of the electricity market situation and potential power shortage situation in NZ. No doubt it's too 'once over lightly' for the truly informed (that's not including me BTW), but I thought it was a good, balanced, informative review.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/explained/300620472/the-real-power-crisis-may-well-be-looming

    I know there has been informed comment here on TS on the Australian situation – but I don't really have the background to understand the detail.

    • Poission 8.1

      The analysis did not include the problem in Australia with hydro.

      Too much water to run the pumped hydro scheme at full capacity.

      https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-06-20/snowy-hydro-water-problem-weather-driver-energy-crisis/101158300

      Here we also had hydro in maintenance (with new transformers being commissioned) and Orion had already moved to load control for the morning peak ( normal cold weather mechanism for am and pm peaks).

      Overall in tonights peak we traded at around 180-200 mwh,on the spot market,In Australia NSW/Queensland were around 420-460mwh.

      The weekly price (haywards av) was $126 mwh,down 14% on the week before and included periods of 0$ (overnight)

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