The Daily Blog Open Mic – Sunday 19th May 2019

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  1. elections has implications for NZ Labour for next year’s election;

    Consider this point;

    Following the ‘NZ Dental Association’s press release there was a weak response from the Health Minister David Clark “that he will consider the issue”, – so that was very sad for many elderly now and there will probably never be any more heard from David Clark of this again.

    Of all the current NZ political Parties operating in NZ it has been NZ First that has been the only party to hold strong support for retirees health and financial support, so look for a resurgence in support for NZ First after Australian election has showed this is where the Labour Party in NZ has the weakest most volatile weakness.

    National may now give more support to retirees upon seeing the weakness in labour policies to gain ground here.

    NZ First is the political champion for retires health/financial policies as it has been stated that many suicides among the elderly retirees have been contributed to the poor health and financial support policies offered for the retirees today.

    As the salvation Army has stated in the press many times, It is now time to look after our elders, as they are very venerable now as a strong part of life among our whanau, but as we have now often seen cases where many elders lose their homes and are forced to live in substandard living with little food and comfort so we need to take care of all those in our whanau.

  2. So how much time have we got left to fuel and supply the billions of humans now living on planet Earth?

    Do your checks, here are the links to most important info:
    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120618-global-resources-stock-check

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_energy_resources

    https://www.theworldcounts.com/counters/environmental_effect_of_mining/depletion_of_natural_resources_statistics

    http://www.oecd.org/env/indicators-modelling-outlooks/40200582.pdf

    Seems like fossil fuels will make up a large share of energy to be used for many decades to come, so welcome significant sea=level rises, I suppose:
    https://www.worldenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Complete_WER_2013_Survey.pdf

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