Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/20/2019

The death toll from the pipeline explosion in the Mexican state of Hidalgo has now risen to 85. Many of the dead cannot be identified, since their bodies have been reduced to nothing more than ash and bones.

In other news, sixteen illegal migrants have been arrested in the Dover area in Kent in southern England after crossing the Channel in three separate boats.

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Financial Crisis
» Illinois’ Lethal Combination: Rising Property Taxes & Stagnant Incomes
 
USA
» Edina High School Students Help Find New Butterfly Species
» Interview: Parents and Students From Covington Catholic Demand Apology From Diocese
» Retired Detectives Say Gang of Serial Killers is Responsible for at Least 70 ‘Accidental’ Drownings
» The Definitive List of US/UK Media “Russiagate” Fake Stories
» Tom Williams: Catholic Diocese Rushed to Judge Covington Students
 
Canada
» Help: Rachel Notley is Coming to Kill the Rebel!
 
Europe and the EU
» Brexit Boost: New Zealand PM Vows to Stand by Britain ‘Whatever You Decide’
» Clashes Erupt in Greece as Protesters Demonstrate Against Macedonia Name Change
» France: I Am Angry, Therefore I Am
» France: Le Pen Appeals to ‘Yellow Vest’ Movement Ahead of EU Elections — Says the Battle is Between Nationalists and Globalists
» Germany: Imam Who Converted to Christianity: My Own Family Now Want to Kill Me
» Italy: Self-Defence Law to be Approved by End of Feb — Salvini
» The Yellow Vest Movement Has Gone Global
» UK: Brexit Bombshell: Majority of People Don’t Want a Second Referendum According to New Poll
» UK: Cabinet Minister Warns Blocking Brexit Will Unleash ‘Political Tsunami’
» UK: Khan’s London: Acid Gang Sentenced After ‘Homophobic’ Attacks
 
Far East
» The Vatican Surrenders to China
 
Australia — Pacific
» Detention Centre Detainees Perform an Emotional Haka to ‘Give Them Strength’ As They Go on a Hunger Strike Demanding to be Freed
 
Latin America
» Death Toll Reaches 85 in Mexico Fuel Pipeline Fire Horror
 
Immigration
» Germany: Migrant Attacks Asylum Centre Employees in Axe Rampage
» The Finns Fight Back — After Multiple Cases of Child Rape Soldiers of Odin Patrol the Streets of Oulu
» Three Boats Land on UK Shores — Police Detain 16 Migrants as Attempts for Dover Spiral
» UK: Suspected Migrant Boat Seen Being Helped to Shore in Dover — Border Force at Scene
 
Culture Wars
» Italy: 7 of 10 Gynecologists Conscientious Objectors Against Abortion
 

Illinois’ Lethal Combination: Rising Property Taxes & Stagnant Incomes

Authored by Ted Dabrowski and John Klingner via WirePoints.com

A lethal combination of rising property taxes and stagnant incomes has forced many Illinoisans to rethink their relationship with their state. More than 1.5 million net residents have already fled the state since 2000 — and you can’t blame others for thinking about joining them.

Property taxes have become punitive in Illinois. We’ve written about how these taxes have destroyed the equity in people’s homes across the state. Many families have done the math, and whether they’re in the struggling south suburbs of Chicago or the affluent North Shore, they’ve decided to leave Illinois behind.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Edina High School Students Help Find New Butterfly Species

To get through the long winters, Minnesotans often fantasize about tropical locales. For a group of Edina High School students, memories of last summer’s historic trip to Fiji should do the trick.

They weren’t there for fun in the sun, but instead, on a research mission leading to the discovery of a new butterfly species, the Natewa swallowtail, named after the peninsula where it was found. The school-based educational trip teamed the students with scientists last July as the group collected data for the potential creation of a national park on the peninsula. They recorded tree data to count the amount of carbon in the area, they counted mongoose — an invasive species in the area — and captured and banded silktail birds that hadn’t been spotted since the 1970s, according to Lindsey Smaka, the Edina High School chemistry teacher who led the students.

But the scientific contribution that garnered the most attention was the students’ help in finding the new butterfly species, the third swallowtail butterfly to be identified in the region.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Interview: Parents and Students From Covington Catholic Demand Apology From Diocese

A mother of a child who appeared in the viral video of students from Covington Catholic High School being confronted by Nathan Phillips, a leftist activist with a drum, tells the Gateway Pundit that the children have been victimized twice, “first by the media, then their own Diocese.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Retired Detectives Say Gang of Serial Killers is Responsible for at Least 70 ‘Accidental’ Drownings

A team of retired detectives believes a series of deaths that authorities ruled accidental is actually the work of a sophisticated gang of serial killers.

The retired detectives, a group called Global Death Investigations, have given the alleged group of killers a name, the smiley face killers, and say they might be responsible for about 100 deaths since 1997 across the U.S. authorities officially labeled as accidental drownings. The deceased all bear similar profiles: College-aged white males, athletic and intelligent, who never returned from a night out drinking and whose bodies were later found either in a body of water or washed up on shore.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

The Definitive List of US/UK Media “Russiagate” Fake Stories

In our world of 24/7 news cycles but goldfish-like memories, deep divisions that fuel unprecedented cognitive dissonance, and a media in the pocket of the deep state; knowing what is fact and what is fake is increasingly hard for many and impossible for most.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Tom Williams: Catholic Diocese Rushed to Judge Covington Students

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington rushed to condemn a group of Catholic students sporting MAGA hats at the March for Life whom the media accused of mocking and harassing a Native American man. But the story was fake news.

Video footage belies reports that the students from Covington Catholic High School “taunted” and “harassed” Nathan Phillips, who was present in Washington, DC, for the first Indigenous Peoples March on Friday.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Help: Rachel Notley is Coming to Kill the Rebel!

Rachel Notley and the NDP government of Alberta have finally made their move against The Rebel. They are prosecuting us for what we have said about them.

They’re using an enforcer, Melanie Malchuk, who used to work for the Alberta Human Rights Commission, the censors who prosecuted Ezra years ago for publishing the Danish cartoons of Mohammed. They have given her a special contract to lead the investigation against us.

Notley wants to shut down The Rebel before the 2019 election — she knows The Rebel has been their most effective critics, and the NDP will do anything to silence us.

Notley’s pre-emptive legal attack on The Rebel.

On January 14, 2019, the Government of Alberta put The Rebel on trial — but they didn’t tell us. They convicted us in our absence. And even then, they still didn’t tell us, but this hired gun of theirs, Melanie Malchuk, started contacting our vendors, interfering in our contracts with those businesses, and threatening to come after those businesses if they didn’t comply.

We didn’t even learn about this from the government — we had to hear it from the Alberta businesses who were threatened. We still actually don’t know the details of any complaints against us. We weren’t there when we were convicted, we weren’t invited. It has all been done in secret. Just like the human rights commission attacks. Here’s some background.

The day after we were convicted we finally received an e-mail from the government of Alberta telling us we had been convicted in absentia of being a political campaign organization, not journalists. They proposed to fine us $5,500 (Click here to read the surprising letter telling us we were tried, convicted and fined $5,500.) because our criticisms of Rachel Notley are illegal, because they’re not journalistic views, they claim, but rather they are political campaign views and have to be treated as campaign spending.

We publish our journalism in every medium — online, in video format, in radio ads, on lawn signs, on billboards, in best-selling books, and even in documentaries. Notley is saying that makes us a campaign organization, not journalists. We disagree, and we refuse to let her silence us.

[Comment: This, of course, is the same province that once tried to pass the Accurate News and Information Act, back in the 1930s… en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accurate_News_and_Information_Act

Back then, the courts went out of their way to find such a thing unconstitutional. I wonder if they will do the same this time around… or not.]

           — Hat tip: Red Mike [Return to headlines]
 

Brexit Boost: New Zealand PM Vows to Stand by Britain ‘Whatever You Decide’

The Prime Minister of New Zealand has vowed her country will stand by Britain after Brexit, encouraging it to leave the EU on terms which will allow the Kiwis to deepen their commercial ties to the mother country.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Clashes Erupt in Greece as Protesters Demonstrate Against Macedonia Name Change

(ATHENS, Greece) — Protesters clashed with police outside Greece’s parliament during a rally that drew tens of thousands of people Sunday against the Greek-Macedonia name deal. At least 25 police officers were injured and seven people arrested, police said.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

France: I Am Angry, Therefore I Am

“We are angry!” This is the sentence that I have repeatedly heard from Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) demonstrators during the past three weeks while taking the political temperature in France. The assertion seems to refute my first diagnostic in a column last month that the movement reflected boredom rather than anger.

Having talked to dozens of rioters and observed some of their shenanigans including burning car tires, overturning parked cars and smashing shop-windows in posh streets, I am prepared to admit that both anger and boredom might be involved.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

France: Le Pen Appeals to ‘Yellow Vest’ Movement Ahead of EU Elections — Says the Battle is Between Nationalists and Globalists

Marine Le Pen delivered a speech in Paris to thousands of her National Rally party supporters, who chanted “Macron, resignation!” as she spoke.

She denounced Macron and the EU as agents of globalisation with contempt for ordinary people.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Germany: Imam Who Converted to Christianity: My Own Family Now Want to Kill Me

A former imam from Pakistan who migrated to Germany and converted to Christianity now claims that he faces death threats in his native country from many including members of his own family.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: Self-Defence Law to be Approved by End of Feb — Salvini

Job of being a robber will be harder says interior minister

(ANSA) — Rome, January 18 — The government’s bill on legitimate-self-defence will be approved by the end of February, Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Friday. The bill would introduce rules similar to the US stand-your-ground laws where virtually all forms of self-defence on one’s property against intruders are deemed legitimate.

“Many people are asking me when parliament will approve the legitimate-defence law after years of chatter,” said League leader Salvini.

“(The answer is) by the end of February. The aim is to (protect) the sacrosanct right to legitimate defence of good citizens, shopkeepers, entrepreneurs and farmers.

“This will be recognised by the Italian law by the end of February. “The job of being a robber will be a little more difficult and a little more risky”. Francesco Minisci, the president of the Italian magistrates union ANM, recently warned that the bill risked “legitimizing serious illegal conduct, including homicide”.

He also said there was the danger that the bill could be “unconstitutional”.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

The Yellow Vest Movement Has Gone Global

The Yellow Vest anti-government movement started in France on November 17, when over 300,000 people across France protested a carbon tax on fuel that French President Emmanuel Macron touted as evidence of France’s leadership when it comes to mitigating climate change.

The Yellow Vest protests quickly evolved into a general anti-government movement — with hundreds of thousands of angry French citizens taking to the streets for ten straight weeks of mostly peaceful protests marked with pockets of violence, looting and mayhem.

What’s more — the movement has gone worldwide — with perhaps the most notable protests outside France taking place in Belgium, where Brussels riot cops have dealt with week after week of protesters blocking oil depot and throwing hard objectsat them.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Brexit Bombshell: Majority of People Don’t Want a Second Referendum According to New Poll

MOST Britons do not want a second EU membership referendum, according to a poll revealed yesterday ahead of yet another crunch Brexit week for the Government.

The survey also revealed the UK was divided over whether it should delay Brexit or if the Government was right to hold the 2016 vote. According to the Sky Data poll, 56 percent said they were opposed to another public vote. The data comes as Theresa May addresses Parliament today as numerous MPs attempt to wrest control of the Brexit process away from her.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Cabinet Minister Warns Blocking Brexit Will Unleash ‘Political Tsunami’

Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade has warned that if politicians refuse to respect the people’s vote for Brexit it could unleash a “political tsunami” with “unknowable consequences” for the stability of the realm.

Cabinet Brexiteer Liam Fox wrote in the Sunday Telegraph that “failure to deliver Brexit would produce a yawning gap between Parliament and the people, a schism in our political system with unknowable consequences.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Khan’s London: Acid Gang Sentenced After ‘Homophobic’ Attacks

Nine migration-background men have been sentenced for a brutal and unprovoked series of violent assaults including “acid” attacks, described as “homophobic” by the media.

The men were sentenced for a variety of offences at Wood Green Crown Court, which left one victim with a fractured eye socket and corrosive burns to his eye, according to an official statement from the Metropolitan Police Force.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

The Vatican Surrenders to China

Pope Francis has surrendered partial control of the Chinese Catholic Church to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). His Holiness agreed to grant the Party considerable authority over personnel matters. After decades of refusing to give China the right to appoint Catholic bishops, as a condition for normalization of relations, the Vatican finally conceded to the regime’s demand to allow the CCP a decisive role in the selection of bishops to head Catholic dioceses.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Detention Centre Detainees Perform an Emotional Haka to ‘Give Them Strength’ As They Go on a Hunger Strike Demanding to be Freed

The protest has lasted for six days, and those involved have performed an emotional haka a to give them ‘strength’ as they demand freedom from the Yongah Hill detention centre.

           — Hat tip: SS [Return to headlines]
 

Death Toll Reaches 85 in Mexico Fuel Pipeline Fire Horror

TLAHUELILPAN, Mexico — People in the town where a gasoline explosion killed at least 85 people say the section of pipeline that gushed fuel has been a habitual gathering site for thieves, repeatedly damaged and patched like a trusty pair of jeans.

[…]

By Sunday evening, the death toll blaze had risen to 85, with 58 others hospitalized, federal Health Minister Jorge Alcocer said. Dozens more were listed as missing.

Soldiers formed a perimeter around an area the size of a soccer field where townspeople were incinerated by the fireball, reduced to clumps of ash and bones. Officials suggested Sunday that fields like this, where people were clearly complicit with the crime of fuel theft, could be seized by the government.

But Attorney General Alejandro Gertz ruled out bringing charges against townspeople who merely collected spilled fuel, and in particular those hospitalized for burns. “Look, we are not going to victimize the communities,” he said. “We are going to search for those responsible for the acts that have generated this tragedy.”

The disaster came just three weeks after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador launched an offensive against fuel theft gangs that had drilled dangerous, illegal taps into pipelines an astounding 12,581 times in the first 10 months of 2018, an average of about 42 per day. The crackdown has led to fuel scarcity at gas stations throughout the country due to shifts in distribution, both licit and illicit…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Germany: Migrant Attacks Asylum Centre Employees in Axe Rampage

People including employees of an asylum home in the German town of Guben are said to have been injured after a migrant went after employees armed with a hatchet.

Two men at the asylum home were sent to the hospital as a result of the incident which saw a 20-year-old Syrian become violent after a dispute between him and two other migrants, Lausitzer Rundschau reports.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

The Finns Fight Back — After Multiple Cases of Child Rape Soldiers of Odin Patrol the Streets of Oulu

The vigilante group Soldiers of Odin has begun patrolling streets and public places in Oulu, in response to several cases of rape and sexual assault committed against Finnish children by migrant men.

The patrol visits, among other things, shopping centres in the city, as these have been identified as places where foreigners are looking for victims to rape and molest.

The initiative comes shortly after the police have warned the population against taking the law into their own hands, Ålands Nyheter reports.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Three Boats Land on UK Shores — Police Detain 16 Migrants as Attempts for Dover Spiral

SIXTEEN male migrants have been detained after three small boats landed on UK shores, authorities said.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UK: Suspected Migrant Boat Seen Being Helped to Shore in Dover — Border Force at Scene

A BOAT of suspected migrants has been escorted ashore by Border Force in Dover, Kent, it has emerged.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: 7 of 10 Gynecologists Conscientious Objectors Against Abortion

But no ‘critical effects’ on services — health min

(ANSA) — Rome, January 18 — Seven out of 10 Italian gynecologists were conscientious objectors against abortion in 2017, the health ministry said Friday.

But “critical effects” on services were not seen, it said.

           — Hat tip: Insubria [Return to headlines]
 

7 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/20/2019

  1. Off Topic:

    True Canadian comments on Winter:

    “… it’s almost a fight to see who gets to shovel out the sweet little Ukrainian lady’s yard because she always stocks you up on amazing home made Ukrainian food of every shape and size. ”

    “…Give a shovel to everyone that crashed our Quebec/U.S. border and set them loose against the snow….no welfare money unless they shovel the snow.”

    “It’s so cold in Ottawa, the Liberals have their hands in their own pockets!! ”

    “This is not global warming. I am surprised the CBC is not covering this up. ”

    “Send pictures of the snow and temperatures, possibly a few frozen body parts to the third world migrants that want to invade. It might discourage some of them.”

    “Tell all the illegal immigrants that the weather is like this 11 months of the year. Maybe they will go back. ”

    “If only there was a tax to stop this Global Warming. ”

    “Hope this cold weather has all those illegals running back across the border.”

    “Maybe all those criminals and thugs from tropical 3rd world countries will stay indoors for a while during the storms and give real Canadians a bit of a reprieve from the crime. ”

    “Awfully cold out there … looks like the corrupt Liberals have overshot on the carbon taxes … “

  2. Is this the beginning of New Zealand to receive many of the economic migrants that they signed up to in the UN migration Pact?
    Will these migrants find succor and aid via the UN and NZ stepping up to the plate to provide safer transport?

    Now hundreds are following others that made it to Australia, but these ones think New Zealand is a better bet.

    New Zealand since the country was considered more welcoming to refugees than Australia. While being investigated, Prabhu had reportedly quoted media reports about New Zealand increasing the annual refugee quota from 1,000 to 1,500 in July 2020.
    https://indianexpress.com/article/india/abandoned-bags-deepen-mystery-migrants-headed-new-zealand-5546699/

    It seems that NZ baited the hook in increasing its refugee quota.
    NZ also signed the UN migrant pact.

    Certainly not a cruise I would look forward with about 200 passengers. Probably looking to refuel, Christmas Island or Australia and continue on.
    Then the welcome mat of assistance will happen. fishing boat named ‘Devamatha’ [2 years old] in cash while in Cherai. They further acquired around Rs 10 lakh worth of 12,000 litres of diesel and five 1,000-litre capacity water tanks.

    Further, the group also purchased medicine supply for about a month. https://www.timesnownews.com/india/article/12k-litres-of-diesel-5-water-tanks-medicines-for-a-month-mystery-of-50-vanishing-from-kerala-coast-baffles/347809

    The Indian authorities too late to capture these economic migrants, as they have a bit of a head start. [I hear they are now out of Indian jurisdiction]
    Will the Australian navy re-provision and refuel them?
    Will the Captain’s call be for the NZ navy to assist and shepherd them across the Tasman?
    Well NZ have signed the UN pact, so are obligated to help. NGO’s and bureaucracies will be cheering this on.

    I doubt it is direct to NZ, but now with recognized UN migrant pact, it will prove interesting how this will work out.
    Particularly as Australia have said no, and NZ has said yes.
    So Australia could well be with in its rights to whistle up the Indian navy to assist, or will the NZ navy be called?
    Who will call the Australian navy heartless if they call up the Indian navy?
    Or will it be much easier to whistle up NZ navy etc.?

    “They were mostly families, with children in the age group of 6 months to 8 years. “Five women were pregnant. One woman had a baby near a hospital near Kochi,” sources added. https://worldnewsnetwork.co.in/2019/01/15/50-missing-from-kerala-smuggled-to-australian-islands-times-of-india/

    The heart strings of ‘feelz’ will probably make an urgency of “Lets do this” and take them in, and not stress out the pregnant, the babies, woman and children.
    The international “snakes” will be looking to the success, and then “Lets do this” to setting up some more boats and charging even more for those “travellers”.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyWHPrCb3Sw
    “More visuals of Dayamatha Boat | Munambam human trafficking”
    1min 29sec.
    It is all spoken in a native Indian language.
    The scene is of the boat having completed a refit.
    It seems that it may have been refitted, but it does not say when.
    Looks to be approximately 40 maybe 50 feet in length and seems reasonably substantial, though I would like it to be ‘wof’ by the NZ maritime division, if I was to sail on it and just to go fishing.
    Others may know more, or can interpret what is spoken.
    ———-
    Well they are far at sea now.

    “We made an aerial attempt to search for the missing boat. Our efforts are still in progress. But, since the navy and coast guard received the information about this incident late, its just an attempt—a futile attempt.”

    While conflicting media reports have said that the group was on its way to Australia, New Zealand and the Christmas Islands, DySP Raveendranath said it is currently impossible to know the intended destination of those in the boats. https://www.thenewsminute.com/article/explainer-human-trafficking-racket-kochi-coast-has-kerala-police-worried-95365

    Seems like a number are on the way. So is it NZ or bust?

    Kerala police received information that the boat carrying 230 people suspected of human trafficking has moved to Indonesian coast. It is learned that the boat which sailed to New Zealand changed its destination due to shortage of food and fuel. ……
    crossed India’s maritime boundary line, said reports. ……
    Police assume that the boat is moving close to Indonesian coast as it is difficult to sail 47 days of journey [to NZ] without halting the boat [for re-provisioning]. ……
    Read more at: https://english.mathrubhumi.com/news/crime-beat/human-trafficking-boat-shifts-destination-to-indonesia-due-to-fuel-food-shortage-kerala-1.3500971

    The numbers of migrants seem to vary from a minimum of about 40, sometimes 80 and other times over 200.
    It is a sturdy substantial boat, but the higher the number of people on it, would make it difficult with rations, water and cooking.
    Diesel would definitely need a top up and to get with in striking distance of NZ, and if able to see when a good high comes onto the the Tasman Sea.
    Though I think that some of NZ’s local NGO’s and “welcomers” maybe out to meet them and aid them.

    From what I can glean, and understand the boat cost 1.5 crores, which I figure is about US 220,000 ? dollars.
    Figured the boat to be about 2 years old.
    So it seems to be a sturdy enough boat, but simply over crowded even if only 40 or 80 people on, but if it is as in some reports with 230, then a desperation will be always be nigh.

    I have gleaned that the migrants paid 2 lakr close to US $4000? dollars per person.
    With a sum of money like that, it seems that the “snakes” are well resourced if the boat is running with over 200 people.
    Now will the snakes honour and have set ups for refueling and re-provisioning, or just take the money, as one of the head snakes has a swiss bank account when is house was raided.
    How convenient for some of the NZ leaders being in Davos Switzerland. Now that you will be in Davos, can you have that swiss bank account cleaned out, or at least that account stopped. or are you ok with “snakes” smugglers? and only want to regularize them? 🙂

  3. Every time I read that “they have been arrested” … I sigh. That doesn’t mean intercepted or sent back!! That means rescued, medicated if necessary – with offers of food, medicine and even birthing !!!

    What good does it do to “intercept” these vermin if we are going to nurse them and let them loose on our populations?!?!

  4. Every time I read that “they have been arrested” … I swear and stomp my feet.

    Intercepted doesn’t mean SHIPPED BACK – It means rescued, medicated if necessary – with offers of food, medicine and even birthing !!!

    What good does it do to “intercept” these vermin if we are going to nurse them and let them loose on our populations?!?!

    I want machine guns on the borders here in the states. There are thousands of them pouring into New Mexico … the churches on the border are full, and now the state is being asked for food and doctors.

    [redacted]…..

    • The government had plans to plant a billion trees with in ten years to help make NZ. “carbon free”.
      Over a year since the election and seem to be about 130 million behind target.
      There is talk of bringing in some migrant labour as the locals do not want to shift around, and be out in the weather, and besides the Government with “kiwibuild” will set aside a house. The benefit, supplementary accommodation allowances, children’s benefit, dog allowance, emergency grants, rates etc.. Life is good when you choom.

      New tax proposal’s to come out soon.
      All people to access a bank need verified photo ID.
      Same for lawyer.
      Similiar for accountant.
      Had to have my accountant supply financial report to the bank, for just a change in Overdraft detail.
      I struck this twice in buying a new vehicle.
      All say they know me, but now it is a requirement by the government.

      It appears to me that if these migrants survive they will pioneer and push the legalize of New Zealand sovereignty and extend precedents of the UN migration Pact.

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