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Do you have a view on this being a threat to NZ's National
Security such that the Inspector-General of Intelligence and
Security needs to be involved? Seems to be a...
The only thing we should be surprised
at, is that we're surprised.
The Emperor may be gone but the
dynasty lives on in another form.
How do we think national security is involved? From the
little I've seen, it seems more like National Party security.
It all looks a tad unsavoury to me.
It's a TV show, is it? If so, the Council
would have been forewarned by the TV
people, wouldn't they? Was everything
filmed by the TV crews? Everything? If
so, I can imagine how keen the Council...
As in the previous post. What appears to be a (seemingly
legal) 'summons' from a gummint functionary to a blogger
for a meeting?
If a crime is believed to have been committed, NZ has
What would the charge be? That's the point. Is the alleged
summons to a one-person gummint kangaroo kourt? We
do need more info, but, on the basis of what's been said
so far, it has all the...
You have mentioned that your leanings are:
Doesn't it seem a bit odd to you, that, for the 'sin' of being a blogger, a person
is 'summoned' to 'meet' with a government official, when it appears...
I wonder if the formal notice tells him what he must say to the PretentiousIG?
From 24 August 2013.
Red type is my emphasis.
All we need to know now is just what sort of
promises were made for post-election.
Building Consents At Six-Year-High
Just froze a lot of home-grown cauli, two days ago. Did
the same with broccoli, a couple of weeks back. Tonight's
quiche has home-grown spinach in it, not to mention the
home grown eggs. The...
Any forumites have parents and children in PI?
I dimly recall several threads about Forumites
having children who had been infected with PI.
But did you get the infection from your parents?...
Plus a thriving black market to go with them, too.
What I'm "getting at" is that your unqualified comment:
is misleading at best, but more likely false.
Don't forget the pious
I disagree. But I accept your perspective that many will have great difficulty in
availing themselves of that equality of opportunity.
What a strawman logical fallacy. The race...
How hard did you look?
You probably need to pick something. E.g. Everyone has/
does not have the equal opportunity to vote in a New
Zealand General Election.
The equality of opportunity exists, no matter that the personal circumstances
of this or that individual make it difficult to avail themselves of it. You said:
I disagree. But I accept your...
What a load of cobblers. Equality of opportunity and (the much vaunted) equality of
outcomes are poles apart. Here's a good example of how it's all skewed by nitwits:
No. It's say the same as was said for the
last three elections, about which there was
no follow-through, but which people seem
to have forgotten and might be suckered
for another round.
Quite a different slant on
investment in NZ, eh? :icon_twisted:
I wonder just what it is that would
constitute "special treatment to fit?"
Having two hands? Turning off the
light switch? Standing on a chair?
Not only that, but there's the can of worms caveat:
Beyond that (subject to affordability) we would
like to reduce the upper rate to 25% . . .
I'd like lots of things, too.
In an odd sort of way, that seems to be poetic justice. Not for
the ever-deep-digging taxpayer, but for governments, the policies
of which have created many of the problems, in the first place.