User Profile: nzkiwi


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  • [12] September 21, 2016 at 4:33am

    Slightly to one side of the conversation, I must say that I’m becoming increasingly impressed with Kellyanne Conway.

    She conducts herself with considerable grace and charm while, at the same time, landing her points solidly on target.

    She threaded her way through what could have been a difficult interview with potentially divisive repercussions with poise.

    Here she is with Bill Maher and, at the end of the interview, one is left with the distinct impression that even those who abhor her political position can’t help but like and respect her.

    This is someone to watch…

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  • [178] September 18, 2016 at 2:56am

    Is this, and the other attacks, enough to convince the majority of Americans that Mr Trump is right?

    Do they now realise that they must vote for the only candidate who has demonstrated the need to vet Islamic immigrants?

    If not, can they advise the rest of the American population the exact number of injured and dead Americans that they require before they will vote for a Trump administration?

    I wonder if someone will put that question to Mrs Clinton…

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  • [43] September 16, 2016 at 6:54pm

    Exactly, East.

    This is the best way to stop teenage pregnancies:

    All the scientists who are working on the next Viagra, or whatever, should immediately to stop doing that and start finding a way to make semen taste like chocolate…

  • [21] September 15, 2016 at 11:48pm

    Good work, East.

    You tidied that up very well.

  • September 14, 2016 at 8:37am

    Sorry, I messed up the link.

    Here it is…

  • September 14, 2016 at 8:08am

    This is the link. Sorry about that.

  • September 14, 2016 at 8:00am

    Aaaannnd…. that went in the wrong place.


  • [23] September 14, 2016 at 7:56am

    Now, Letmegooglethatforyou, you are being dishonest.

    Snopes was rightly referring to the use of that clip in another incident which occurred at a different time. I was not referring to either incident; I was referring to the message, which is irrefutable.

    Other slogans: “Pigs in a blanket; fry them like bacon!” “Oink, oink. Bang, bang!”

    Clear incitements to murder – and murder has been done in the BLM’s name. While the leadership slyly follows up with statements against violence, this doesn’t negate the blatant incitement, or the criminality.

    This whole “movement” has been deliberately built on a series of total lies for political purposes.

    As you seem to have missed this point, I’ll make it clearer: I am accusing The Obama administration, Mrs Clinton, and Mr Soros of complicity in murder through the encouragement (and funding in the case of Mr Soros) of a racist domestic terrorist group. I believe that they’ve done this to foment racial tension in order to retain as much black support for the Democratic party as possible.

    The evidence is all over the internet. I could fill a page with the links. Police officers have been coldly murdered – five in one ambush alone.

    The worst part is that children are taught hatred. At least two white children have been set on fire – on fire! – by young black thugs because “you deserve it, c racka”.

    And your specious response is to twist an inapplicable Snopes report.

    People like you are the problem…

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  • [79] September 14, 2016 at 12:58am

    “What do we want?” “Dead cops!” “When do we want it?” “Now!”

    The chant by Back Lives Matter is an incitement to murder. And murder has been attempted. And it has been previously done.

    BLM and the New Black Panthers have made the death of whites in general, and police in particular, their rallying cry. The man arrested, Marc Laquon Payne, describes himself as a Panther.

    But Mr Payne, and his ilk, aren’t really the cause of the problem. They are merely the low IQ shock troops that have been cynically set in motion by the beneficiaries of these movements. So who are the beneficiaries?

    In August last year, the DNC passed a resolution supporting BLM. I’m sure they expected that it would drive a racial wedge between their reliable supporters – African-Americans – and those who would woo them away from the party. Mr Obama invited their leadership to the White House. Mrs Clinton held private meetings.

    And Mr Soros provided $33 Million through his “Open Society” vehicles.

    All of them have been careful to keep themselves at arm’s length, knowing the likely result, but they are ultimately responsible. They did this to protect their critically important voting base.

    Unfortunately for them, it doesn’t appear to working as well as they undoubtedly hoped. It’s become increasingly obvious that African- Americans are not nearly as unthinking or malleable as the Dems seem to have assumed.

    They’ve been rumbled and support is leaking slowly but steadily away…

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  • [135] September 11, 2016 at 6:42pm

    It’s not pneumonia, it’s Parkinson’s disease – which has been suspected for some time.

    The question now is: Who will replace her?

    As she has cleared the field, there don’t seem to be immediately obvious substitutes…

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  • September 8, 2016 at 1:24pm

    @ Café and Daithi

    Well, if it’s a false report, it’s not the first time I’ve been taken in. I try not to be but I get caught occasionally – and it really annoys me.

    The thing that persuaded me that it might be real is the Abedin email at the bottom of the report.

    Shame on me if it turns out to be crap…

  • [2] September 8, 2016 at 1:17pm

    I’ve known about Aleppo since the fighting started, as have most people here, I believe.

    The battle raged there then and rages there still. It’s the key to ISIS’s position in Syria. You seem to be implying that, because you haven’t heard of it until recently, it can’t be very important. It IS very important and a complex situation – hence the question to Mr Johnson.

    Where were the barrel bombs dropped? Aleppo. Where were the gas attacks? Aleppo. Suicide car bombs? Hideous civilian casualties including appalling numbers of children? Tank assaults? Rocket attacks? Christians brutalised? Syrians executed because of Shari’a?

    Aleppo, Aleppo, Aleppo. Mainly, anyway.

    To this point, it has proven impossible to winkle ISIS out of there, and that’s the crux of the matter.

    So how can a contender for the most powerful office in the world not have heard of it? If you’ve been studying the Syrian crisis as you maintain, how is it that you don’t know about it?

    Have you heard of Tartus? If you haven’t then you won’t understand one of the two reasons why the Russians are so heavily involved in the conflict. And that’s another complex situation.

    Do you even know why this war began?

    And, frankly, if you think that Mr Johnson is the leader that America needs, then you don’t know much about him either.

    Good grief…

  • September 8, 2016 at 9:59am

    You got suspended??

    When? And what for?

  • [6] September 8, 2016 at 9:56am

    As I said in the previous story concerning Mr Johnson, he is a complete idiot.

    A couple of people criticised that statement but, seriously, how could he not know about Aleppo? That is fundamental to the crises both in the Middle East and Europe.

    What other basic stuff doesn’t he know? And why? Is he just not interested?

    Also, a bit of breaking news:

    Mrs Clinton was wearing an earpiece during the NBC forum on national security on Wednesday night. It seems that she was being fed advice from her handlers.

    For the upcoming debates, it would behoove journalists and the Trump campaign to have a frequency scanner handy…

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  • [71] September 7, 2016 at 8:11pm

    Gary Johnson isn’t a Libertarian.

    In fact, he’s a complete idiot.

    The fact that he’s receiving this left-handed support from Mr Romney says a lot about Mr Romney – and none of it is good.

    Mr Johnson is as bad as Mrs Clinton except that he doesn’t seem to possess the thieving greed, and hasn’t committed a long list of felonies. He supports open borders, forcible – yes, forcible – vaccination, TPP, and on and on.

    Paul Watson sums Mr Johnson up in his inimitable way. It’s fun to watch.

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  • [90] September 6, 2016 at 5:32pm

    As African-Americans triumphantly march themselves to the back of the bus under the Democrat’s supervision, the souls of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King quietly weep…

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  • [7] September 4, 2016 at 7:12pm

    Yes we did.

    By my observation, he didn’t answer a single question directly – and most he didn’t answer at all….

  • [19] September 4, 2016 at 7:10pm

    Darmok! Nice to see you back!

    I’ve missed your dry wit – which, I’m sure, is true for most people here…

  • [5] September 4, 2016 at 7:07pm


    OK, I’ve stuck my neck out there, but let’s wait and see…

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