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  1. #301
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    Prediction...The steady eradication of property and human rights hidden behind fear of an invisible enemy.
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/life-style/hom...vt-clamps-down
    Why is the opposition not questioning this?
    Is there going to be a General election?
    Is there a single one ruling government?
    What is this strange country you are awakening to?
    Are we to be prisons in our homes on more than one occasion?
    We're are the body bags from thousands that should have died from this pandemic?
    Why is no one asking these questions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    Why is the opposition not questioning this?
    Is there going to be a General election?
    Is there a single one ruling government?
    What is this strange country you are awakening to?
    Are we to be prisons in our homes on more than one occasion?
    We're are the body bags from thousands that should have died from this pandemic?
    Why is no one asking these questions?
    About 5000 people die from smoking in New Zealand a year...that's about 13 people per day..you are imprisoned with your families from an epidemic that has a death rate of 0.00 per day in NZ

    https://www.health.govt.nz/your-heal...ffects-smoking

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    I predict suicide rates to increase due to unemployment leading to depression.
    I also predict the suicide rate to be 99.99% times higher than the death rate of the corona virus in New Zealand.
    I predict suicide rates will spike in the 3rd quarter of the financial year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    I predict some people will think Im a crackpot conspirator...but ask yourself this...On new years day 2020 if I had told you all off New Zealand would be locked into there homes and the whole world's economy would come crashing down...you would call me a crackpot conspirator ..wouldn't you?
    Predictions are a funny thing.

    You can't really win.

    If you predict the event, people will say that you didn't get the time.

    If you guess the event and the date, people will say you didn't know the magnitude.

    If you guess all three, people will deny you did, or say it was obvious, or say you didn't have enough conviction to put your money where your mouth is.

    If you do all of the above, they will say you knew because you caused it.

    Traditionally you would get burnt as a witch.

    Anyway, Dante tells us there is a special circle in hell for fortune tellers. so best keep clear of the activity.

    No one likes a smart ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    Predictions are a funny thing.


    You can't really win.

    If you predict the event, people will say that you didn't get the time.

    If you guess the event and the date, people will say you didn't know the magnitude.

    If you guess all three, people will deny you did, or say it was obvious, or say you didn't have enough conviction to put your money where your mouth is.

    If you do all of the above, they will say you knew because you caused it.

    Traditionally you would get burnt as a witch.

    Anyway, Dante tells us there is a special circle in hell for fortune tellers. so best keep clear of the activity.

    No one likes a smart ass.
    Brilliant absolutely love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    I don't see much divergence in your description. (Except I'm not wealthy.) The methodology can be obscure or arcane, but the signs are all there.

    Knowing the history, the name of the game, the Rules and how the game is played is important.

    In gawd we trust: all others - CASH!

    The video - coarse language alert.



    If you can obtain a copy of the book: Unforgiven (Charles Walters) you may be more informed, but not surprised. Congress Library No: 71-145897. (No ISBN in my copy.)
    A great example of not taking personal responsibility, of finding excuses to not get ahead in life, of blaming everyone else as the reason for not succeeding.
    This guy is a joke.
    Paul Magill B.com
    Bluekiwi Property Consulting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffa View Post
    Why is the opposition not questioning this?
    Is there going to be a General election?
    Is there a single one ruling government?
    What is this strange country you are awakening to?
    Are we to be prisons in our homes on more than one occasion?
    We're are the body bags from thousands that should have died from this pandemic?
    Why is no one asking these questions?
    National is not talking about this as they are all part of the same plan, the media don't know any better and are all asking the same lame questions!
    "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 Jeffa View Post
    I predict suicide rates to increase due to unemployment leading to depression.
    I also predict the suicide rate to be 99.99% times higher than the death rate of the corona virus in New Zealand.
    I predict suicide rates will spike in the 3rd quarter of the financial year.
    Ive been talking about this also, day 2 in our house and already the kids are going mad, this is going to be the unforeseen outcome of this shutdown, kiwis are generally the outdoorsy type, always have been, look at our great outdoors as proof of why. Locking us away is going to end up being a BIG mistake.
    "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
    Ive been talking about this also, day 2 in our house and already the kids are going mad, this is going to be the unforeseen outcome of this shutdown, kiwis are generally the outdoorsy type, always have been, look at our great outdoors as proof of why. Locking us away is going to end up being a BIG mistake.
    We'll be able, later, to see how the NZ approach compares to Australia (more lenient lockdown - a claytons version) and Sweden (no lockdown).
    I'm sure it will be analysed to death later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    We'll be able, later, to see how the NZ approach compares to Australia (more lenient lockdown - a claytons version) and Sweden (no lockdown).
    I'm sure it will be analysed to death later.
    Yes that is true, BUT i'm predicting the outcome of the lockdown, to some this is easy to predict, but the way the masses are acting now I'm not so sure.
    coronavirus-gemma-mccaw-lays-down-the-lockdown-challenge-and-sets-the-bar-high
    Wow some of us are really setting the bar high! Way to go...Ok guys lets get going lockdown challenge going. 1,2,3 GO!
    Last edited by Frezzinghot; 27-03-2020 at 02:39 PM.
    "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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