The Daily Blog Open Mic Thursday 31st December 2015




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  1. what a sham making a dame of the NatZ American aggressive controversial hatchet woman import Paula Rebstock, this shows government interference into royal selections of these orders of merit.

    She as Vice Chair of Kiwirail has almost destroyed Kiwirai, as she does her Government job of lowering the hatchet on our state owned assets.

    We will watch this year as she progresses her cutting of public services in line with her Government orders.

    What a disaster and a sham letting Yanks come here to dismantle our public assets.

    • Absolutely spot on there Cleangreen.

      Never did have a lot of time for knighthoods and dames etc. As far as I’m concerned, today’s dish-out of the BS is evidence any NatzKEY supporting dishonourable degenerate, qualifies for one!

      Paula Rebstock has been “rewarded” for making many good Kiwi folks’ lives even more miserable than they were previously! About says it all doesn’t it?

      Obviously Richie McCaw declined a knighthood. Good for him. Goes to prove he is above the foul murk of FJK!

  2. From CrossTalk…an international perspective on 2015

    Farewell 2015

    The year 2015 is about to end and what a ride it has been! There was no shortage of stories for this program and station to cover. We have reported the news and provided alternative narratives. On this edition of CrossTalk some of my colleagues at RT and I talk about the year that was.
    CrossTalking with Anissa Naouai, Rory Suchet, and Oksana Boyko.

  3. This is one of the clearest explanations of the factors involved in climate change that I have heard:

    ‘Understanding climate change: A conversation with Michael Mann’

    “Thom goes over the basics of what global warming is, what’s causing it, and how we can stop it with climate scientist Michael Mann, author of the book “Dire Predictions: Understanding Climate Change.”

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