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don't have a legal system...

Posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2021, at 20:20:48

need to add that to the list of things we don't have in New Zealand.




our courts are fill with...

young kids. it's part of an initiation into a gang that the young kids do time taking the blame for crime that they never committed so that the gang elders don't go away for a longer time.

i suppose from a New Zealand perspective it's a 'win-win'. the kids are easier to manage in the prisons. i mean, they aren't hardened offenders. they're usually bullied or threatened into doing the time. they're the ones who were cowed into doing the time by the gang elders.

the prosecutors don't have a hard time. easier to conceal the incompetence and ineptitude of the kids of the elite who wanted to be lawyers with all of the money and none of the work. the kids confess the crimes. they don't have to prosecute them properly.

the wardens / guards have an easier time of managing. they're the kids. they're the innocent kids.

they're the innocent kids.

they're filling up the jails. the innocent kids.

while the white collar government officials who refuse to do their jobs (the jobs for which they are paid) terrorise their communities. ensure there aren't jobs for other people. don't allow people to be signed off. don't acknowledge their work. don't process their training. don't give them good references. keep slaves.

it's a sh*tty country of garbage.


Re: don't have a legal system...

Posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2021, at 20:36:17

In reply to don't have a legal system..., posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2021, at 20:20:48

i don't think we are allowed to build things unsupervised anymore.

that is to say i think we need inspectors to come from overseas and sign off on (or demand remediation) of various things at various points when it comes to projects. engineering or whatever.

the latest is that the quality of the concrete wasn't good enough so there were cracks appearing in the foundations of a building site.

like how you progressively add 'just a little bit more' melamine or whatever it was to the milk powder to make it look like it's higher in nitrogen (proxy for protein) than it was... which resulted in babies in china being poisioned to death...

you progressively add 'just a little bit more' of whatever cheap filler you can get away with in the concrete or the steel...

you stop using treated timber. that was the thing in the houses. to stop using timber that had been treated for ourdoor use in the foundations of the house. saying that the space between the outer cladding and the inner wall was 'indoor' so didn't need treated timber. then the water soaks into that space in between and finds there isn't any insulation to speak of... and sets about making the structural wood rot. and you get mould / fungus growing in the rotting wood in the walls behind the cladding where nobody can see.

i think we aren't allowed to make milk powder unsupervised now. because of the contamination. can't be trusted. the greed for ever increasing profits.

and with the building sites now.

i think they are starting to put cameras everywhere.

to see what is going on.

the ED's are a problem. not really any senior staff -- they don't want to pay them. you have nurses who are used to running everything themselves and they quite like it that way. they make all teh decisions. people listen to them and jump to their demands of they find themselves bullied into... crying in cupboards. by the tyrant nurses.

anyway... they'll put up the cameras and see what's going on.

it's patient flow at the minute. they aren't moving them out of the ED onto the wards when there are beds available in different sections of the hospital. instead of putting me on the general ward for observation (when there likely was beds) they locked the door on me into a seclusion room in toxicology.

they are saying they have pateints in beds in the halls who aren't on monitors. they are saying they have patients in ambulances who can't be unloaded because there aren't enough beds in the ED.

but the ED nurses aren't in charge of an entire hospital. they need to move patients from the ED to the wards. ICU if they need that. General medical if they don't. Imaging. Where's teh block?


There's always a block.


The Uni's won't enrol.
The Uni's won't sign off.
They won't publically advertise jobs.
They won't hire people into the position.
They will re-advertise jobs over and over without hiring anybody into the position.
They refuse to share the work. They refuse to share teh money.
They refuse to share the power.
They refuse ANY AND ALL of the responsibility.


I had a weird meeting with an English person the other day...
Trying to get me to enrol in English.
I am like 'why would I want to do that?'
I mean I am genuinely puzzled why she is trying to persuade me that that's a good idea.

It took me a couple days to sort it out.

She's talking.

She has no idea what is good or worthwhile about the subject.
She has no grasp of that for herself.

The things she was saying about 'why' are all... Terrible reasons.

She was like... You do reflective writing and then a couple pieces are honed to publishable quality.

And I'm thinking...

Because English has a publication?

And the answer to that is: No.

And I was like 'well, I'm learning how to make a website so I can publish whatever I want on that and people can make up their own mind about the quality of my work -- I don't need to credits in English from New Zealand to do that'.



Nobody wants to see a heavily heavily processed application essay, so far as I can see.

People want to see what the student can do when the student isn't paying bribes to someone else to do the work for them>?


I don't need people telling me 'garbage garbage garbage' when it comes to New Zealand and the Arts anymore. We don't have arts because there's a certain breed of...



That becomes...

More than editing.



There's an awful sort of an 'art' that squeeks through.

And not very much of that.


Re: don't have a legal system...

Posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2021, at 20:43:59

In reply to Re: don't have a legal system..., posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2021, at 20:36:17

apparently because the only 'art' that is commissioned or paid for or acknowledeged as such...

well... it's about moving money around.

suppose there's a few million dollars and you want to get it to someone because they did something for you but no way to do it lawfully...

maybe they have a wife or daughter who makes art. you could spend a few million on a painting.

some interior designing.

something like that.

i think... i am thinking... that's the purpose or function of art. the way the money goes around.

it makes sense of why the money goes where the money goes. and it makes sense of what is going on with the decisions that are made about what is 'quality'.

apparently the people who gets arts funding are typically accountants or lawyers in new zealand. they know about the sources of funding. they fill out the application forms. they know how to spam the application forms so they get paid for something. a commissioned work. every now and then.

it makes sense of everything.

the derision with which most people have for the arts, in New Zealand.

the sorts of things that are commissioned. who gets the commission. all of it.

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