No Minister


Too little, too late, and more inappropriate in that someone from Tuvalu or Samoa is not addressing the whole shambles that saw a doctor from Levin head back to the UK after banging his head against the crumbling wall at immigration. Neither will it address the looming shortages in operators of complex machinery that gets fruit and vegetables to markets at peak quality. I say Looming as the annual growth spurt that creates surplus fodder to be stored as silage, baleage and hay is only weeks away. Also please do not continue assuming a blob on a couch with enough drugs in their system to permit brain surgery sans further anaesthesia can be trained to operate machinery that can cost upwards of a million dollars, effectively and efficiently. Those skills take time to accumulate and those successful people have followed the seasons for generations all around the world.

If Faafoi considers the possible permitting RSE workers in from a limited number of Pacific Islands will solve anything he should give up right now. That bus left the depot months ago and the damage lingers on road sides almost everywhere as rotting fruit unpruned vines and trees and other clear evidence. Take a road trip you useless jabberwok and open your eyes, you might even learn something.

Written by Gravedodger

August 3, 2021 at 8:37 am

Posted in New Zealand

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  1. Their almost religious dogma toward allowing skilled people into the country is about to initiate a wave of Wage push inflation as employers struggle to retain staff who are aggressively been poached by OZ, and who they can’t replace with people from other places.


    August 3, 2021 at 11:27 am

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