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The woke cancellation of a movie they haven’t seen is ugly & why Golriz’s definition of white supremacy is terrifying

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Wow – people have gone full cancel culture woke on that movie – how quick we are to silence voices deemed wrong now.

So Jacinda should cancel herself for not coming out and cancelling the movie fast enough? Is that where we are at right now? Come on, some of you must be thinking this is cancel culture madness but you feel frightened to say anything right?

Does everyone appreciate Muslim’s censoring western culture is probably what the terrorist  would have wanted or are we all well beyond that point now the Woke lynch mob is warming up the cancellation noose?

We’ve spent all weekend watching an identity politics woke Twitter lynch mob cancel a film they didn’t like because ‘white supremacy’ and ‘patriarchy’ – which is nonsense- Jacinda’s response to a white supremacist terror attack deserves a movie!

I think this movie focusing on the leadership of a young white female Prime Minister using kindness and empathy in the aftermath of a white supremacists terror attack IS THE EXACT MOVIE the world needs right now.

Golriz’s definition threshold for ‘white supremacy’ is so low that milk would be considered a hate crime! Her claim that the Producer is a white supremacist suggests she sees the KKK every time she changes her sheets!  If a white person disagreeing with her equates to white supremacy we are in an identity politics theology not a functioning democracy.

For the Woke, micro aggressions lead to macro violence so the micro aggression policing of anyone who disagrees with woke dogma must be executed without mercy to protect the sacredness of trigger free spaces.

The Woke’s argument is that Jacinda is too privileged to have a movie about her when it was white NZ culture that caused the atrocity to occur in the first place. There are too many social capital Twitter retweets up for grabs for the Woke to concede the terrorist was an Australian and attempting to conflate his white supremacy terrorism with all of NZ culture (as the Greens attempted in the immediate aftermath of the atrocity) is grotesquely outrageous and politically self serving. The Woke are desperately attempting to gain hate speech powers and so are threatened by a movie that might suggest Jacinda’s argument that the terrorist targeted us BECAUSE we were the opposite of his hated would rob the Woke of their legitimacy.

You woke and your selective lynch mob values fucking terrify me. You are all wanting to cancel a piece of art none of you have even seen! If the Right were attempting to cancel art they hadn’t even seen, we would righteously torch them but because the Left are the ones doing the movie cancellation we are the noble ones?

This is how books get burned at rallies.

If only we could care about global warming the way we do about PoC identity representation in a Hollywood movie.

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SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: trick question – both are Editorial meetings at Stuff

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Sunday – 13th June 2021

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Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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And it begins – the wokewash campaign for a secret police mass surveillance state

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And it begins…

More data surveillance and less privacy? Spy chief says the public must decide

The public must decide if spies should conduct greater data surveillance to identify the next terrorist, Security Intelligence Service director-general Rebecca Kitteridge says.

Six months on from the Royal Commission of Inquiry in the Christchurch mosque terror attacks, Kitteridge wants to have a public campaign, akin to that of the Covid-19 pandemic, to talk about the possible “technology-privacy trade off” and unite New Zealanders behind national security threats.

…I spy with my 5 eyes, something beginning with 1984!

I disagree with Comrade Chris Trotter when he says there is no way to catch a Lone Wolf white supremacist terrorist, what everyone likes to conveniently ignore in the Tarrant case is that the SIS and GCSB did intercept files relating to guerilla warfare tactics, Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and Nowegian right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, but because there was no secondary intelligence profile like connecting the geographical area of download with complaints from shooting ranges, Tarrant flew under the radar.

We have the capacity to catch these guys by using the existing powers focused differently, not by importing Orwell’s Big Sister!

Which brings us to the Maori Party’s gasp inducing demand to set up a secret police force  comprised of the SIS and the Police Intelligence Unit to hunt down white supremacists.

If any other political party asked to create a secret police force that hunts for word crimes and thought criminals there would be rioting in the street but because it’s the Maori Party and it’s aimed at something we all hate that’s somehow fine?

I read the terrorist’s manifesto and I don’t recall him referring to Trans Allies or gender identity, so why criminalising the misuse of pronouns is being mooted as a response to white supremacy terrorism is utterly beyond me!

It’s particularly galling because the problem wasn’t hate speech laws, the problem was that the entire Intelligence apparatus of NZ didn’t bother doing their job, which is to protect us from the next possible terror threat!

This is the list of the NZ security apparatus, many acronyms you’ve never heard of, who are supposed to keep us safe with mass surveillance powers from this very type of terrorism, and I WILL CONTINUE PRINTING THIS LIST until you start appreciating how enormous a failure this was…

  • The SIS (Secret Intelligence Services)
  • The GCSB (Government Communications Security Bureau)
  • The NSG (National Security Group)
  • The Police Intelligence Unit
  • The CNSN (Cabinet National Security Committee)
  • The ODESC (Officials’ Committee for Domestic and External Security Coordination)
  • The SIB (Security and Intelligence Board)
  • The CTCC (Counter-Terrorism Coordinating Committee)
  • The NICC ( National Intelligence Coordination Committee)
  • The IAD (Intelligence and Assessments Directorate)
  • The NRU (National Risk Unit)
  • The NSPD (National Security Policy Directorate)

…the failure was with that list, that list who cost us over $100million each year to ensure this type of atrocity fuelled by extremism doesn’t rupture and cause mass loss of life!

To fucking pretend that Gender Identity Hate Speech and a secret police mass surveillance state is a response to this abomination of an intelligence failure is fucking dangerous!

Let me be as clear as I can comrades. Don’t get tricked into creating a stasi simply because the enemy they are being set up to hunt is one you like to hate.

We have the tools to catch genuine threats, the Woke want tools to catch people they don’t like. The only ones licking their fangs in anticipation of the extra funding, powers and expansion of their remit are the SIS!

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MEDIAWATCH: Has Twitter cancelled Jacinda yet for a movie she has no control over? Why we need a movie about our terror attack. 

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Rose Byrne to Play New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Andrew Niccol’s ‘They Are Us’

In a project likely to spark considerable interest at the Cannes Virtual Market later this month, Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids, Mrs. America) is set to play New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in They Are Us, written and to be directed by fellow Kiwi Andrew Niccol.

I wasn’t on Twitter when the news broke that a movie focusing on Jacinda’s response to the worst terror attack in NZs history was being made, but I immediately knew that both the Incel Qanon Alt Right would be claiming this was a conspiracy to make us all take the Covid Vaccine while the Woke would be foaming with outrage that once again the heteronormative white cis privilege narrative robs PoC of their rightful focus something something something patriarchy.

Isn’t it wonderful that the incel alt-right who call Jacinda ‘Cindy’ and the woke stormtroopers hunting white savior culture can join forces to hate on a movie about the mosque attack?

Look how the movie is already bringing people together – isn’t that beautiful?

There should be a news game show where contestants have to guess the woke outrage to current affairs, it would be far funnier than ‘Are you paying attention’.

For the Woke, micro aggressions lead to macro violence so the micro aggression policing of anyone who disagrees with woke dogma must be executed without mercy to protect the sacredness of trigger free spaces.

For the Incel Alt-Right Qanon brigade, any time Jacinda shines is another purposeful distraction from the pedophilic satanic cult using Covid spread by 5G to bring about a shadowy one world government while taking their semi automatic guns.

Clearly both sides have a lot at stake by criticising Jacinda for a movie she has no control whatsoever over.

Those men who call Jacinda ‘Cindy’ have nothing but sneering contempt to add to this movie debate so we can categorically ignore anything they have to say, so let’s consider the woke culture stormtroopers and their demand for cancellation and censorship.

My guess is that there is already a petition demanding this film stop (I actually just checked and hilariously there is), that petition won’t work so the Woke will start attempting to cancel the actress who is playing Jacinda and ultimately it will be used as an attempt to cancel Jacinda herself for not speaking out against the movie production itself.

The Woke’s argument has two parts, the first is that it is immoral for Hollywood to make money from a recent atrocity and that is a position we can all agree with but the second part of the Woke’s argument is self interested identity politics sophistry that we should roll our eyes over with as much weariness as we do when the Alt-Right attacked Jacinda for wearing a headscarf.

The Woke’s argument is that Jacinda is too privileged to have a movie about her when it was white NZ culture that caused the atrocity to occur in the first place. There are too many social capital Twitter retweets up for grabs for the Woke to concede the terrorist was an Australian and attempting to conflate his white supremacy terrorism with all of NZ culture (as the Greens attempted in the immediate aftermath of the atrocity) is grotesquely outrageous and politically self serving. The Woke are desperately attempting to gain hate speech powers and so are threatened by a movie that might suggest Jacinda’s argument that the terrorist targeted us BECAUSE we were the opposite of his hated would rob the Woke of their legitimacy.

This attempt to cancel a movie so as to censor any examination of the courage Jacinda’s leadership provided purely on the grounds of identity is a dangerous slippery slope.

Personally I think this movie focusing on the leadership of a young white female Prime Minister using kindness and empathy in the aftermath of a white supremacists terror attack IS THE EXACT MOVIE the world needs right now.

Allowing woke middle class identity politics to cancel a movie about leadership just because it’s white and white = bad is as eye rolling as banning it because Jacinda banned guns.

There’s a lot of banning going on!

Jacinda’s response to this atrocity should make us all stand taller and with some pride, to rob everyone of that because of woke dogma is allowing the terrorist to win.

 

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‘Woke Peasant’ is this seasons must have look.

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The Daily Blog Open Mic – Saturday – 12th June 2021

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Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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Maritime Union Agrees With Freight Industry Concerns On Profiteering – Maritime Union of New Zealand

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The Maritime Union has taken the unusual step of agreeing with a trucking industry boss.

Mainfreight managing director Don Braid has said global shipping lines are profiteering off the fallout from COVID-19 (see link below.)

Maritime Union of New Zealand National Secretary Craig Harrison says the comments are accurate.

“New Zealand is dependent on global shipping lines whose interests are not the same as New Zealand’s.”

He says the effect of COVID-19 on the supply chain has exposed how vulnerable New Zealand’s trade links are.

Mr Harrison says ongoing issues with supply chain congestion, missed ship calls to ports, and extreme surges in the cost of freight, are causing significant damage to the economy.

He says the fact that Mainfreight are now chartering ships to move cargo internationally was a major development and illustrated a change in thinking.

“The entire global logistics system is broken, and now we need to focus on new solutions that provide security and reliability.”

Mr Harrison says the Maritime Union is pushing for New Zealand-owned and operated coastal shipping.

This would provide feeder services between main “hub” ports and smaller “spoke” ports.

International vessels are permitted to carry domestic freight between New Zealand ports – but in the current situation, port calls are being missed as a result of shipping lines having other priorities for their schedules.

Mr Harrison says there needs to be a national ports strategy where investment and planning is based on national requirements, not parochial competition between ports.

“The only people benefiting from the current chaos are global shipping companies.”

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Minister Seeking Broad Views On Smokefree Applauded – AVCA

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Official information reveals Associate Health Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall is doing well to engage with a broad range of health entities and opinion ahead of the Government finalising its smokefree action plan, says a leading Tobacco Harm Reduction advocate.

Ministerial diary records show that Dr Verrall held teleconferences ahead of releasing the Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan discussion document for public consultation. Groups included ASH, Hapai te Hauora, and the NZ College of Physicians.

“These groups are very supportive of vaping’s key role in smoking cessation. It’s very encouraging then that Dr Verrall is prepared to listen to their on the ground experiences before she finalises her smokefree action plan,” says Nancy Loucas, co-director of the Aotearoa Vapers Community Advocacy (AVCA).

“If we are to achieve the country’s decade long smokefree ambition then vaping’s role needs to be elevated in public policy and programmes. Otherwise, we will never get there. Thankfully, we now have a Minister with considerable public health experience who understands the practice of Tobacco Harm Reduction,” she says.

Prior to Dr Verrall’s appointment late last year, AVCA raised ongoing concerns over the treatment of vaping under previous Minister Jenny Salesa. The consumer advocacy group were disappointed she bowed to undue pressure just when the country had the chance to lead with truly risk-proportionate vaping legislation.

“New Zealand has led the world many times before, but sadly on this occasion anti-vaping influences got into the head of Ms Salesa. In the end, last year’s Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act was a missed opportunity,” she says.

AVCA has long supported the formalisation of vaping as an R18 activity and mandatory product safety standards. However, it believes, measures like limiting vape flavours to just three in general retail outlets from 11 August will do nothing to help smokefree and everything to slowdown adults from quitting cigarettes.

As well as ministerial meetings helping to elevate vaping’s key role in Smokefree Aotearoa, AVCA is hopeful that Dr Verrall will keep a close eye on the latest round of Ministry of Health vaping regulations due for Cabinet sign-off soon.

“Vaping is a major reason why New Zealand is now enjoying record low smoking rates, but we have a long way to go. In the meantime, AVCA feels increasingly confident that this Minister will deliver a smokefree action plan that ensures good access to vape products and programmes for those Kiwis desperate to quit smoking. We look forward to the final version,” says Nancy Loucas.

About AVCA

AVCA was formed in 2016 by vapers across New Zealand wanting their voices heard in local and central government. All members are former smokers who promote vaping to help smokers quit – a much less harmful alternative to combustible tobacco products. AVCA does not have any affiliation or vested interest in industry – tobacco, pharmaceutical and/or the local vaping manufacturing or retail sectors.

www.avca.org.nz

For a free digital media repository on Tobacco Harm Reduction in Asia Pacific – including media releases, images and graphics – please visit https://apthrmedia.org

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Auditor-General: Government Needs Better Understanding, And Management, Of Strategic Suppliers

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The Auditor-General is concerned that important public services will remain vulnerable to unexpected failure unless the public sector improves how it manages its strategic suppliers.

A new report, Strategic suppliers: Understanding and managing the risks of service disruption, looks into how well the public sector understands, and manages, the risk of disruption if a strategic supplier fails to deliver goods and services.

Strategic suppliers are companies that provide goods and services that are critical to the delivery of public services. These suppliers are not easily replaced. They can include, for example, companies that can build major infrastructure, provide highly specialised medical equipment, or IT systems that hold important information.

The Auditor-General found that most public organisations know who their own key suppliers are. However, many of these suppliers support a wide range of important public services and, as a whole, the government lacks understanding and visibility of which strategic suppliers it relies on. It also lacks visibility of the risk of disruption to important services if a government strategic supplier fails to deliver.

“I am concerned about the current state of strategic supplier management across the public sector. A significant failure of a government strategic supplier could affect many public services and thousands of New Zealanders,” says Auditor-General John Ryan.

An important first step is to improve the information available about strategic suppliers. Some public organisations are required to report their significant service contracts to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). MBIE is working to better understand which suppliers are government strategic suppliers. However, MBIE needs to do more to improve the process for reporting significant service contracts. Without better information, the Government will remain uninformed about some of the risks it faces.

There is also a need for a co-ordinated approach across central and local government to ensure that risks are well understood and managed.

The report identifies the need for better communication with government strategic suppliers about which public services to prioritise after an emergency.

“Covid-19 has highlighted New Zealand’s vulnerability to global supply chains. Understanding and managing strategic supply risks is an important part of ensuring that services to New Zealanders are not interrupted. More broadly, I also expect public organisations to consider their preparedness for shocks to ensure that important public services continue to be delivered in an emergency,” says Mr Ryan.

The report has five recommendations to help improve information on strategic suppliers and reporting of risks to the Government; ensure the public sector – including local government – takes a co-ordinated approach to strategic supply risks; and improve how public organisations identify, manage, and report on their strategic suppliers and strategic supply risks.

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Veterinary Border Class Exception Announcement Helps Fill The Gap – New Zealand Veterinary Association

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The New Zealand Veterinary Association is delighted and thanks the Ministers of Agriculture and Immigration for their announcement today that the government has granted a border class exception for an additional 50 general practice veterinarians to enter the country.

This will help alleviate the critical shortage of veterinarians that has been made worse by the border restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.

“We are particularly pleased by the timing of this announcement given the considerable pressure our members have been under in regard to animal welfare, biosecurity, production and surveillance and the announcement by the Australian government that they have granted exceptions for 800 veterinarians to enter Australia,” says Kevin Bryant, Chief Executive of the NZVA.

“A continued shortage has potentially significant effects on veterinary service provision to farmers and pet owners. Our members have been under considerable pressure to meet their obligations which is simply unsustainable. This announcement gives our members a fighting chance to get the help they need.”

“Given New Zealand’s successful response to COVID-19 we are confident that this country will be seen as a positive place to work by veterinarians,” says Helen Beattie, NZVA Chief Veterinary Officer.

Last year the government granted 30 exceptions for large and mixed animal veterinarians to enter the country and while this was positive news these vacancies were quickly filled leaving a further shortage of between 50 and 100 veterinarians nationwide across all types of practice.

The critical shortage is an ongoing issue which the NZVA is working hard to alleviate through a range of work force strategies to train and retain more veterinarians.

“We are actively working with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand and Massey University to address these issues,” says Kevin Bryant.

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‘Sense Of Mourning’ As Norske Skog Mill Set To Close – E tu

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Workers at Norske Skog’s Tasman Mill now know they’ll be losing their jobs in little over a month’s time.

On Wednesday afternoon, workers were told the mill will be stopping production from the end of June, with most taking redundancy from 16 July once a clean-up has been completed at the site.

The closure affects about 160 workers, including more than 30 E tū members who work in maintenance.

Delegate and E tū industry spokesperson Bruce Habgood says while there’s relief from some workers that there is more clarity around what their future holds, the sense of loss is real.

“There’s a strong sense of mourning that the mill is shutting down – it’s been a big part of the town’s history for several generations and is the reason Kawerau township was built in the first place.

“While the mill now isn’t the huge employer it used to be, there’s many other businesses that have been created to support it – and they may really suffer ‘death by a thousand cuts’ once the mill’s gone.”

Bruce says the closure highlights the importance of workers being unionised, so that they have access to collective agreements that contain redundancy provisions and protections.

“Some of the workers at the mill are of an age and skillset that means they aren’t so employable anymore and might never work again. We also really need businesses to have their own transition plans going forward so that workers have choices and alternatives.”

Outplacement services will be available to workers, but E tū will be looking at how to formally recognise workers’ skills gained on the job so they can take up other employment opportunities, Bruce says.

E tū organiser Raymond Wheeler says E tū will also be discussing reskilling and training opportunities for all mill workers.

Having a ‘Just Transition’ plan in place is crucial to ensuring workers have a future when businesses close, and this includes provisions such as social insurance as the Government proposed in Budget 2021, he says.

“A Just Transition is vital, both now and for future generations to come, and is a concept which the Climate Change Commission has recognised is key in transitioning to a low-carbon future.

“We also need to continue to progress the Industry Transformation Plan (ITP) for the forestry and wood processing sector and see what can be done to bring more of the manufacturing supply chain back to Aotearoa New Zealand.”

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Visa Extension A Life Raft As The Broken Immigration System Sinks – Union Network of Migrants

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This morning’s announcement that around 10,000 working holiday visas and supplementary seasonal work visas will be extended for another six months is a temporary reprieve for workers, but fundamental reform of our immigration system is still required, according to the Union Network of Migrants (UNEMIG).

“These changes are a life raft for thousands of workers in the short-term, but this announcement could have been made months ago to save migrants a lot of mental anguish as well as providing security for employers,” said Mandeep Bela, UNEMIG President .

“This piecemeal approach of drip-feeding changes at the last minute benefits nobody and indicates that the Ministry is out of ideas on constructing a workable immigration system,” said Bela.

“We know there are migrants still waiting for their residency applications, enduring wait-times of up to 19 months. There are thousands of expression of interest applications that are still pending, and migrant workers are emotionally drained waiting for further reforms from the Government. Family reunification is still an issue and should be dealt with in line with international law.”

“Even simple visa variations takes weeks, with Government now paying out emergency benefits to workers in limbo to make up for the lack of capacity at Immigration NZ.”

Bela said it’s time for Government to organise a series of stakeholder engagement events that connect the dots between the direction that proposed immigration reforms are going and the reality on the ground for migrants.

“There remains a real lack of consultation and engagement between migrant community and the Government. It’s time to bridge that gap,” said Bela.

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Horticulture’s Potential To Help New Zealand Respond To Climate Change Recognised

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Horticulture New Zealand is pleased that the Climate Change Commission has recognised that land use change to horticulture can help New Zealand respond to climate change, while at the same time providing people with fresh, healthy food.

‘We’re pleased that in its final report to the Government, the Climate Change Commission has increased its estimate of how much land could be converted to horticulture, from 2000 hectares a year to 3500 hectares a year,’ says HortNZ Chief Executive, Mike Chapman.

‘If horticultural can expand more, it will reduce some of the emission reductions required by other parts of the primary sector, and also reduce reliance on forestry offset, which the report acknowledges, ultimately passes the responsibility for achieving reductions to future generations.

‘The report recognises that in order for horticulture to achieve its full potential, investment will be needed to remove barriers such as water availability and access to labour.’

Mike says the New Zealand horticulture industry is already one of the most efficient in the world.

‘Horticulture contributes less than 1% of New Zealand’s agricultural emissions. Nevertheless, the industry is committed to working with the Government to enable growers to demonstrate through integrated farm plans, that they are taking action to reduce emissions.

‘In some areas, such as covered crops, our industry has its challenges. Covered crop growers across the country are putting in place measures to reduce their energy demand. However, they also need advances in technology and Government support to transition to greenhouse heating methods that do not rely on fossil fuels.

‘We are reassured that the report acknowledges there is the need for a comprehensive energy strategy.’

Mike says he would like the Government to view horticulture more holistically and bring all the policy changes together, to iron out the contradictions.

‘On one hand, we are being told that horticulture should grow considerably to help New Zealand respond to climate change. But on the other hand, there’s not been enough labour this season, and there’s still no National Policy Statement on Highly Productive Land or National Direction for Vegetable Growing. Both of these directives would help ensure that elite soils around the country were retained for growing vegetables and fruit, and not houses.’

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Increase Your Blackjack Skills

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Blackjack is an enjoyable and exhilarating game that offers the best odds than roulette, slots, and whatnot. It’s a game many players can’t get enough of. The good news is that you can win real money, but it takes a little know-how and skills. 

To increase your odds of winning, it’s crucial to arm yourself with some simple yet effective strategies. If you want to learn the secrets to winning, you’ve come to the right place. 

Below are some steps you can use to boost your chances of winning. 

Practice Using A Free Blackjack Software Program

Seasoned gamblers go through a lot of practice to hone and enhance their skills. Although you can train or prep while playing for real cash, there are many different tools that you can use without the risk of losing money. For example, you can practice with online blackjack before going to the casino.

You can use your phone, tablet, or computer to practice via an online casino or software. Doing this will undoubtedly make your skills much better. 

Learn The Rules

Take note that every rule in this game can impact the return to player figures (RTP). This number provides an idea or insight of how much of the money the gambler bets will be reimbursed to him or her. 

In short, the player will know how much money the establishment will get. Essentially, the goal is to play at tables with high RTPs because the bettor loses less cash and has the best odds of winning real money. 

It is unnecessary to memorize the RTPs for every possible rules combination; however, you need to know which offers the best results. Once you get the hang of choosing the best rules, you’ll soon know which Blackjack game will be great for you. All you have to do is to do some research and learn every rule. 

Refrain From Playing On 6 to 5 Tables

The most common mistake a player can make is playing on a Blackjack table that pays 6 to 5. Fortunately, it’s straightforward to solve this problem. You just need to avoid these tables. Why are 6 to 5 tables bad?

The main reason is that gambling establishments make more money when they settle up with 6 to 5 than 3 to 2. Casinos will continue offering them as long as gamblers are eager to play on 6 to 5 tables. 

Doubling Down

This action is compelling and helpful as you attain a more substantial likelihood of winning. Doubling down lets the bettor make a bet two-fold and get one card. It is an excellent bet in situations wherein you’re holding 9, 10, or 11. 

For example, if your total is 11 and the dealer starts with a total of 15, then you are indeed an eminent favorite to acquire the hand. The advantages you’ll get to enjoy include the ability to double down and earn more cash in play. 

What’s more, you only get one extra card; however, you do not get a good card if the dealer could bust. 

Count Cards

One of the essential undertakings to becoming an effective Blackjack player is to learn how to count cards. It could take several hours to understand how it’s done. Even with a satisfactory level of practice, you can begin counting cards; however, if you want to be great at it, you’ll need to invest lots of effort and time. 

You must be persistent and tenacious in learning because it will change your gambling life if you do it excellently. 

Splitting Aces

Splitting aces is undoubtedly one of the best tips out there. When splitting, you will put up or pitch in another bet for the second hand. Then, you will get a card for the first hand with options to hit or stand. 

It continues for the second hand. A few gambling establishments authorize splitting aces if the same card is drawn again. Since there are many cards appraised at 10, the chances or likelihood for a Blackjack is very high. 

What’s more, with 9s and 8s in the shoe, bettors have an excellent probability of getting two winning hands instead of one. Just like doubling down, these hands raise profits over time and can help make you a winner. 

Takeaway

When playing Blackjack, it is vital to have a plan. Never bet more than you can manage. Although this might sound redundant and salient, it is undoubtedly the best tip; thus, make sure to set an amount and stick to it no matter what. 

Know when to shut down your phone or computer and walk away. As soon as you hit your lower limit, take a break or stop playing. Follow the simple tips above to maximize or boost your chances of winning. 

 

 

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