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Jacinda stated at the beginning of her first term, just after meeting Trump actually, that she would change capitalism. A big statement to say the least. Now, after today, she has the mandate and with a majority in the House, has the means.




Parliament has officially declared a climate emergency in New Zealand – a move Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called an "acknowledgement of the next generation".


It was a "declaration based on science," she told MPs in the House this afternoon.


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All the political elites are taking advantage of the electorate being distracted by the COVID "Emergency" to introduce more of their crazy Woke agenda.

NZ has spent vast amounts on COVID

Their income sources especially tourism will take a while to recover

Where is the money coming from?

To fund the response to this Wokey Climate Emergency Alarmism

The politicians are inhaling their own rectitude

Soon to be rebadged by the reality of unsustainable debt as their stupidity

What has happened to the NZ War on feral animals?

How many fewer possums, stoats, cats, rabbits, ferrets, minks, foxes, pigs , rats are there now?

All hot air!

You can tell when a politician is on the level when the drivel flows from both sides of their mouth.

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They seem just too quiet with all this covid vaccine stuff going on. Also worth noting is their main deal making man quit a little while ago.


CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALNY), the leading RNAi therapeutics company, announced today that management will present a company overview at the 43rd Nasdaq Virtual Investor Conference on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 11:00 am ET.
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Couple of interesting developments today. MSB, a BLT ex-CEO's first port of call after she left BLT, went into a trading halt pending a "corporate update", and LCT, a metamorphosised ex-NZ biotech company with ties to Auckland University, jumped 14% on no news.

I don't know if the two are linked or even if BLT is involved but just seeing this activity is startling by itself to say the least.


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I can't help wondering if the HK dairy company I follow has a finger in the A2M trading halt. Not that I would know. But MSB also makes me wonder if there's a wider net being cast here.


A2M have just had Blackrock up their stake and MSB is well associated with American interests.

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The end is within sight...the Americans have decided.

Time to buy BLT I think.




The last minute compromise sets the stage for a vote on a Covid stimulus bill as soon as today.


With the dispute over the Fed provision resolved, a final agreement on the full coronavirus relief package was significantly closer, a senior Democratic aide told the WSJ late Saturday. Similarly, a senior House Democratic aide told The Hill that the Toomey deal sets the stage to iron out all the other less significant differences that had stalled the negotiations for weeks. "We expect remaining open items to fall into place overnight," the aide said.


Top Senate Democrat, Chuck Schumer, told reporters he thought both the House and Senate would be able to vote Sunday on the relief bill, which is expected to be combined with a spending bill needed to avoid a partial government shutdown. The government's current funding expires at 12:01 a.m. Monday.


"It looks like we'll be able to. If things continue on this path and nothing gets in the way, we'll be able to vote [sunday]," Mr. Schumer said late Saturday night.


The republicans agreed: a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said early Sunday that now that the Fed dispute had been resolved, "we can begin closing out the rest of the package to deliver much-needed relief to families, workers, and businesses."

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