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messages... brought to you by the nz govt

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 15:01:50

in 6 months our political leaders are going to have a pay rise.

they told us how much they earn. and they took a 6 month hold and cut on their salaries (which makes them still realtively speaking highest paid govt officials in the world)

for the public acceptance of how much they earn and how in 6 months things will likely be even better for them.

the minister of health is shame on shame on shame on him -- still being paid to be minister of health. lost some other job of his.

to get public acceptance for the fact that our highest paid government officials don't just work one job that makes them the highest paid. they work 2 or 3 or 4 government jobs.

maybe sitting on 2 district health boards. maybe being exectutivs of 2 or 3 or 4 agencies.

2 months ago i contacted a lawyer abuot a case against waikato university. at some point he says things could be filed quickly... but they would likely take more time later... he delays me for 2 months and then declares that he 'just remembers' his wife advises waikato sometimes so he has a conflict and will not represent me or help me file.

it doesn't really get any more corrupt. does it.

what has changed??

a lot of small business got put out of business.

apparently the hospital inspections of the medical supplies and ppe isn't actually going to be carried out. they aren't actually goign to physically inspect anything.

course not.

nz is all about mob rule.

our prime minister talks to her people via facebook.

encouraging them to give everything up to online.

just keep handing it over handing it over handing it over handing it over.

for pay increae after pay increase after pay increase.

for public acceptance of no medical supplies.

pay increase for the government.

while all the social services and small business get shut down.


Re: how corrupt is the law society?

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 15:08:17

In reply to messages... brought to you by the nz govt, posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 15:01:50

i complained that he wasted 2 months of my time before 'remembering' he had a conflict.

i complained to the law society.

whose job it is, to hear complaints.

the case is a no-brainer.

the university of waikato has money.

you would think that a good lawyer would be keen to try the case and confident that they could recover legal fees from the courts.

but i don't think we have a legal system.

i think the whole thing is just a sham so we can involuntarily detain all these politlical dissentors who rightly see that our governmetn is just a mob, no better than them. taking up all hte money and all the supplies at never mind what cost to anybody else. everybody else.

is what i see.

is what seems to me to be.

the camels really get that sh*t up out of deep inside them and aerasol it and spit it far.

that is how i feel about them.

all they do is look about to see what kind of a mob or gang i have and when they don't see one...


why wouldn't you if you thought you could get away with it?

why wouldn't you not wash your hands.

why wouldn't you smear our feces around?

why wouldn't you

i mean... that's what life's about -- right?


Re: our prime minister said

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 18:23:50

In reply to Re: how corrupt is the law society?, posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 15:08:17

something about how people in NZ don't listen to Trump...

in the sense of there haven't been any cases (reported) of people drinking or injecting disinfectant.

but what she needs to look into is how many new prescriptions there were for a combination of anti-malerials together with a particular antibiotic.

because that was 'misadvise misattributed to Trump' that resulted in US physicians writing prescriptions for...

get this...

for themselves and their family members.

that's the level of stupid.

so, Dear Prime Minister... how much of that is missing from hospital stockpiles? How much was prescribed in NZ?

I mean.. Ask your doctor if ''Trumps'' (scarequote) advise is right for you.

good choosing.

medical admissions people.

good choosing.

well done.


Re: our prime minister said

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 18:26:32

In reply to Re: our prime minister said, posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 18:23:50

Apparently Idaho was spared the nonsense by something something to do with not dispensing *new* prescrptions for anti-malerials during the time when the physicians of Kentucky etc etc were writing the scripts...

Don't say there's nothing the government hasn't done for you later, people of Idaho.

A few deaths or harms may have been prevented.

Much as you like your gun freedoms presumably that doesn't extend to being free to be murdered by incompetent physicians breaking the rules and prescribing to friends / family members...

Against best practice guidelines...


In response to...

The incredible.



Re: student protests

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 20:57:46

In reply to Re: our prime minister said, posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 18:26:32

so students started protesting in the capital that they were told to go home (vacate their university accommodation) for lock down

then were charged for accommodation that they werent' in.

the university said they would start firing employees if the students didn't pay accommodation fees.

the government pointed out that the government paid the university money to keep those employees employed over the lock-down.

so now the university is saying they wont' examine their students.

or... they will write their own special examinations for their students.

you know the ones, the examinations where poor performance is when you stood up for the rights of students and where best performance is when you spout the university party line.

i loves it so much when people who lack basic reading cmoprehension get to write their own examinations!

what a f*ck*ng joke.

our education system has gone into self-destruct.

our GPs don't seem to have realised yet that why would their local community people have an online consultation with them when they could have an online consultation with... anyone in the world.

our microbiology experts will stay home and play with suzy cato one day and learn to take gloves off without getting finger paint on themselves. it's just not that hard.

i guess you only pass the laboratory students who are incapable of putting thier lab coat inside a plastic bag in the lobby of the lab.

we're number one!


Re: student protests

Posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 21:01:56

In reply to Re: student protests, posted by alexandra_k on April 27, 2020, at 20:57:46

i guess you could see it as a set up so they turn themselves in when they break the blind on which student they are examining.

when they are recorded as not grading things properly, i mean.

i don't think the university councils are allowed to meet.

because of the lock-down.

but i'm sure they have secure zoom chat and facebook and google meetings to do their dodgey dealings on admissions and completions...

of course they do.

and they are actually stupid enough to proceed with it, i am sure.

there is a meaning blindness. moral blindness. kind of a thing to it. a genuine inability to see and work towards the common good.


the inability / unwillingness to know it when you see it.

to back that.

to try.

that's the worst of it of all.

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