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    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    I grew up in Weymouth. Went to Weymouth Intermediate, then James Cook High School.

    Good to hear the area is improving. Went down a bit for a bit there.
    Got better when you left Davo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    Got better when you left Davo
    Haha. Takin' out the white trash...
    Squadly dinky do!

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    It's strange if it is improving. Recently working with my foster son and being in there almost daily the area is just awful. Police everywhere, drug houses everywhere. It's just awful. There are good parts towards the water still but overall it would be a really marginal area to get good tenants. HNZ are buying up a lot of places in there.

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    I am in there weekly and nothing has changed. Police seem to be harassing people there all the time.
    "Remember, people will judge you by your actions,not your intentions.You may have a heart of gold -but so does a hard-boiled egg".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frezzinghot View Post
    I am in there weekly and nothing has changed. Police seem to be harassing people there all the time.
    Undeservedly so you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    Undeservedly so you mean?
    Sometimes Davo, I compare it to how the police are always picking on the black community in the states, sometimes justified but other times not necessary. You just get the feeling that the Police are looking for things to Police out that way.

    FH
    "Remember, people will judge you by your actions,not your intentions.You may have a heart of gold -but so does a hard-boiled egg".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frezzinghot View Post
    Sometimes Davo, I compare it to how the police are always picking on the black community in the states, sometimes justified but other times not necessary. You just get the feeling that the Police are looking for things to Police out that way.
    Is it picking on if it's an odds on bet? Like that Aussie copper on the TV a couple weeks ago. He sits outside this prolific disqualified drivers house each week because he knows he's going to get a mark toward his weekly "quota".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frezzinghot View Post
    Sometimes Davo, I compare it to how the police are always picking on the black community in the states, sometimes justified but other times not necessary. You just get the feeling that the Police are looking for things to Police out that way.

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    I call gibberish on that statement. Obama sowed seeds of division creating perceived victim-hood among the black communities of America, aided by radical racist groups like Black Lives Matter and funded by leftist globalist loons and Godfather of the Left, George Soros . The end result whites are being blamed for everything bad and the police both black & white cannot do their job.

    The situation in Weymouth where police are arresting individuals will be for good reason - they are there to do a job. There is a lot of crime in the area and this is reflected by many of the comments from people that live in the area. If you want police to be able to continue to do their job don't create false flag narratives that they are targeting individuals based on skin colour , by doing so you are aiding many radical tribalist Maori that advocate for separatist policies in NZ .Deputy Leader of Labour Kelvin Davis advocates separate prisons for Maori , this should be a warning call .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsaneperson View Post
    I call gibberish on that statement. Obama sowed seeds of division creating perceived victim-hood among the black communities of America, aided by radical racist groups like Black Lives Matter and funded by leftist globalist loons and Godfather of the Left, George Soros . The end result whites are being blamed for everything bad and the police both black & white cannot do their job.
    Ah - innocent Blacks don't get shot by the police more than innocent Whites?

    The situation in Weymouth where police are arresting individuals will be for good reason - they are there to do a job. There is a lot of crime in the area and this is reflected by many of the comments from people that live in the area. If you want police to be able to continue to do their job don't create false flag narratives that they are targeting individuals based on skin colour , by doing so you are aiding many radical tribalist Maori that advocate for separatist policies in NZ .Deputy Leader of Labour Kelvin Davis advocates separate prisons for Maori , this should be a warning call .
    I'd agree with you there. I really doubt that the Police have an agenda in Weymouth.
    It is well known that increased police presence in an area has a reducing effect on crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frezzinghot View Post
    Sometimes Davo, I compare it to how the police are always picking on the black community in the states, sometimes justified but other times not necessary. You just get the feeling that the Police are looking for things to Police out that way.

    FH
    A really intelligent woman called Celia Lashlie (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celia_Lashlie) who was a former prison warden and worked with a lot of troubled young men said as much on the radio one day.

    Basically they can get more fines etc. out there. I'd trust what she says.

    And yes Wayne, they will be reducing crime by being there.
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