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question for ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:32:06

if here is so bad...

what do you suggest i do, then?

i do have a sense that my posting here is ineffectual flailing...

i do also have a sense that my messages are being heard. are being appropriated by others. it is good to see progress being made on whatever whatever issues...

but i do fear that my position / situation is so bad precisely because people have become invested in stealing my stuff and profiteering from keeping me the way they do. constantly crying for money to get through from week to week to week to week with no intellectual peers etc etc...

but then, what do you suggest i do?

i tell people in the position to do things. i write to media. i write to politicians. i write to organisations. the universities. the charities.

i am ignored only.

i complian to police. they refuse to prosecute.

i complain to the Queen and she does not forward my complaint to the Attorney GEneral (I subsequently learn his job is to instruct Queens Council / Government Prosecution).

I take various people to court.

Landlord.
University of AUckland.
Univeristy of Waikato.
New Zealand Vice Chancellors Authority (their job is to investigate whistle-blower procedure copmlaints by former employees and provide the evidence to the police for government prosecution in the case of student complaints and they refuse).
Nobody does any of the things they are paid to do.

i am required to file and re-file and re-re-file and re-re-re-re-file.

The lawyers for the Universities miss their filing deadlines.

I ask teh courts to proceed to judgment in their absense since they miss their filing deadlines.

The courts refuse.

What am I supposed to do, Ert?

During the lockdown the Auckland HOspital involuntarily detained me for days without conducting a psychiatric assessment. They say 'oh, someone is coming to do one and we can just keep you until then'. Guards are posted outside a solitary confinement room they are keeping me in. They refuse to supply a phone for me to call a lawyer. They refuse to supply a phone for me to call the police and complain about my being involuntarily detained / being held against my will / being prevented or obstructed from going about my lawful business.

I can't believe these things happen to me in New Zealand.

Over and over and over and over and over.

What am I supposed to do Ert?

 

Re: question for ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:40:51

In reply to question for ert, posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:32:06

There's nothing here.

Because there aren't any Universities, you see.

So there aren't any Medical Students. There aren't any Medical Graduates (Doctors). There aren't any Law Students or Law Graduates. There aren't any competent skilled capable people about. There are people with little pieces of paper attesting to how much they or someone who purports to love them bribed the University is all. While they go about filing things late or committting wrongful death or raping studnets at office parties or whatever it is that they do while collecting up all the government hand-outs for being so called 'professionals' ensuring their jobs are not done by anyone anyone anyone at all.

That is what I see.

What I have been seeing.

I mean...

What am I supposed to say?

Refuse to process application.
Refuse to get work to examiners.
Refuse to acknowledge transcript.
Falsify transcript.

Seriously??

The United Nations Called. They thought you wanted to do business in the developed world.

They thought you wanted things like computer software so you could keep money and distribute money and spend money. No -- New Zealnd Governmetn didn't want to be able to keep government records. Payroll records. Tax records. No money. No computer software. No money.

NO medical treatments. None.

Cry for cheap cheap cheap.

What did you contribute to the cost of production?

All the skilled and talented students you got applying for jobs with Moderna etc etc. Right? We are training people to contribute towards the production of things that we value -- right?

We are sending you the children of the tribal chiefton bribery leaders?

Paying for Masters Degrees and titles and esteemed honors so they can come manage their harem back home.

Is that the general idea?

We expect Harvard and Oxford to honor their contract and give them their Masters Degree?

In how many years?

And why would we?

Is that what we did for their kids?

F*ck*ng idiots.

 

Re: question for ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:44:31

In reply to Re: question for ert, posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:40:51

The New Zealand Medical Association just gave it's highest honors to a Medical Degree Graduate who does not practice Medicine.

He quit practicing Medicine (probably isn't even lisenced to practice Medicine at all anymore) in order to take a half a million dollars per year no matter how the election turns out job for the New Zealand Government.

He became a TV celebrity during the lockdown reading the Statistics.

That's what it is to be a Medical Doctor in New Zealand, you see.

That's why you do a Medical Degree in New Zealand. So you can get Medical Honors for your job as a non-Medical civil servant who hasn't seen a patient in who knows how many years.

There's nobody home.

 

Re: question for ert

Posted by ert on December 2, 2020, at 4:42:40

In reply to Re: question for ert, posted by alexandra_k on December 1, 2020, at 17:44:31

I do not know what is best for you Alexandra. As you are a very intelligent woman, I see a future.

Sometimes you must fawn and flatter in your life. Until it does not get too intrusive. You must pick the right moments. But it is not necessary most often that it must be 100% loyalty like president Trump demanded. Trump had successes. He repatriated apples money, although for a higher price. He said that wind farms could be dangerous for birds which IMO can be true. The immigration control and the increased vetting isnt at all bad, considered that some ethnicities can get violent with knives. As in France happened two beheadings recently. But why dont they control emigration for high qualified personal like Chinese It is our own fault. And there are some new factories here. The lower corporate taxes were appreciated. Without the virus the president would be still in charge for four more years. But I doubt that the presidents long-term goals could have been successful. Maybe I am wrong.

Chinese can steal but that does not mean that all of them steal. Some of them can have psychological disorders. To some extent it is a cultural thing. Property has a different meaning in China or Chinese culture. On this website the ruler Hsiung lets them no choice, but primarily responsible are those folks who oversee him.

That we have a history of spying against our enemies and allies is empirically clear. But it is not clear, if the Chinese Communist Party has such a history. At least I do not know.

Since you have a degree in psychology, there could be vacant positions in human resources. Maybe shane from mega has something for you https://mega.nz/about

Perhaps it is really something wrong in New Zealand. It is sometimes hard but hopefully you can learn to adapt to these terrible conditions.

The clinical trial units need statistics. But I do not know if there is much research going on in New Zealand.

Do you really believe that this medical thing is the right and good thing ? It seems for me that you are probably a bit too obsessed with this medical thing.

 

Re: question for ert ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 2, 2020, at 23:27:19

In reply to Re: question for ert, posted by ert on December 2, 2020, at 4:42:40

> I do not know what is best for you Alexandra. As you are a very intelligent woman, I see a future.

Thank you. You are very kind to me. Thank you. I choose to believe :)

> Sometimes you must fawn and flatter in your life. Until it does not get too intrusive. You must pick the right moments.

I like it when I feel that I fit. And when I feel that I fit I see people doing things that I admire or respect or whatever. And so then it isn't (or it doesn't feel like) fawning and flattering. It feels like a genuine display of affection or admiration or whatever.

But here... In NZ... People don't see or appreciate me for the things I value in myself... And I don't see much of any value around me. In the Universities, I mean to say. I don't hold the kids responsible because they are just struggling to survive.

> But it is not necessary most often that it must be 100% loyalty like president Trump demanded. Trump had successes.

Yes.
It is a weird one, about Trump. I thought he was a vile and awful man -- the way many democratic Americans take him to be... But then I watched season 1 of ``The Apprentice''. And I saw how he conducted his boardroom. Listening to trusted advisors. Having sensible, rational, honest, conversation. Making good decisions.
And I came to feel differently about him.
I came to respect him.
I came to think that it was a virtue that he was independently wealthy because he wasn't in it for the money and he wasn't on the take.

But I did not watch the next 10 or however many other seasons... So...

And the behavior of Trump supporters can be hard for me to take. The rural 'I can do any damned thing I like' gun folk are a bit hard for me to take. MOstly because I feel like they would not allow me freedom or autonomy but they would trample over me or over the rights of minorities...

> He repatriated apples money, although for a higher price. He said that wind farms could be dangerous for birds which IMO can be true.

I don't know about apples. Wind farms can hurt birds when they migrate through them. Yeah.

> The immigration control and the increased vetting isnt at all bad, considered that some ethnicities can get violent with knives. As in France happened two beheadings recently.

Immigration is a difficult one, for sure. I didn't realise how many illegals there were in the US. That they couldn't get bank accounts or drivers lisences. That really does force them to get by on crime... But how to naturalise them without encouraging more and more and more and more people to enter the country unlawfully or overstay unlawfully if they think they can end up with citizenship in that way. It is a hard one.

> But why dont they control emigration for high qualified personal like Chinese It is our own fault.

That's a tricky one. You want the smartest ones to come and stay, I suppose. But they may still have loyalty for China. Serves the western world right (I think) that we didn't invest more in sending bright people over to China to learn Chinese and steal their science secrets etc.

> And there are some new factories here. The lower corporate taxes were appreciated.

Good.

> Without the virus the president would be still in charge for four more years. But I doubt that the presidents long-term goals could have been successful. Maybe I am wrong.

Yeah. I am sad that he isn't still there... But Biden seems okay to me. He isn't very familiar to me, but I don't have anything against the man.

> Chinese can steal but that does not mean that all of them steal. Some of them can have psychological disorders. To some extent it is a cultural thing. Property has a different meaning in China or Chinese culture. On this website the ruler Hsiung lets them no choice, but primarily responsible are those folks who oversee him.

Ah. Haha. People of all races and cultures and all religions steal.

People gave to him, though. Then later they re-assessed the value of their gift and wanted to take it back. Seems to me. Seems to me, yeah. It may be, in future, that artists retain their intellectual property no matter what Facebook or whatever asserts to be. I suppose that would be a development for good. I think it probably will happen eventually, yeah. I'll be a bit sad because... Here was like a vault or safe for me. To put things. To externalise things. So I don't need to carry them around with me.

But... Times change. I don't know. Sometimes things were better in the past. Some elements of them. But tiems change. Yeah.

> That we have a history of spying against our enemies and allies is empirically clear. But it is not clear, if the Chinese Communist Party has such a history. At least I do not know.

It would make sense that they would have learned a lot by sending studnets all around the world to learn everythign they could.

> Since you have a degree in psychology, there could be vacant positions in human resources. Maybe shane from mega has something for you https://mega.nz/about

The Universities are playing 'take it back-sies' with my transcript.

I have applied to study in the US for next year. There is a brief blip becuase of Covid where transcripts and grades are not required because of Covid. So I've told them that the Public University System of NZ is refusing to acknowledge me -- that I'm forced to drag them through the courts because teh police won't prosecute etc etc here. So I am hoping that I will get to go to school in the US.

> Perhaps it is really something wrong in New Zealand. It is sometimes hard but hopefully you can learn to adapt to these terrible conditions.

Something is really really really really really really really wrong in NZ. UN Human rights abuses wrong in NZ. Things are very very wrong in NZ.

> The clinical trial units need statistics. But I do not know if there is much research going on in New Zealand.

No. Our people do not have speaking rights. The University hires people without the willingness and / or ability to sign people off. To teach people how to do things properly etc. THe aim is to keep slaves. To keep studnets laboring as slaves and not signing them off. To keep studnets paying the University and never being paid themselves.

> Do you really believe that this medical thing is the right and good thing ? It seems for me that you are probably a bit too obsessed with this medical thing.

It is my dream / my passion.

I believed that it would be possible for me to work towards it... To become it... To do it...

Some people want to be teachers or policemen or whatever... I wanted to be a doctor...

I wanted to study / learn Medicine.

But the New Zealand Universities choose the children of the docctors and senior officials and the kids whose parents (e.g., saudi arabians) pay teh most for the training places.

And they don't really sign them off, anyways...

We don't really have hospitals, really....

They don't get medical supplies...

Etc.

Things are very very very corrupt here. I didn't get picked to do Medicine because I'm not young and stupid and compliant enough for them. I'm not going to be all awestruck by their brilliance or morality or dedication or work ethic or anything, really, anything at all. They pick the little psychopaths who paid their way in... And they pick a bunch of people they intend to abuse to profit the former. Never sign them off. Never pay them. Etc.

Being picked to do Medicine here (also law) is like being picked out to be a special victim or target of abuse. The whole system is abusive. Run by bullies. Too many chiefs.

Just a lot of squabbling and squawking in the swamp while people mop up more than their fair share of money while starving everybody else of the resources they need to do their jobs or to live.

Things are very very bad in NZ.

 

Re: question for ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 2, 2020, at 23:30:42

In reply to Re: question for ert, posted by ert on December 2, 2020, at 4:42:40

I see that things are very bad for a lot of people in Rhode Island (for example) too.

I guess the difference, really, is in whether a place gives you the resources you need in order to function and have quality of life. Whether you have the connections and power you need in order to accomplish and achieve the kinds of things you value...

Or whether the place sucks and takes from you only.

There is nothing in NZ for me. That has been made abundantly clear. There is nothing for me. I do work and it isn't acknowledged or accepted or processed. I am expected to live on welfare. People don't answer my questions (I am not allowed to ask questions) people take my work and pass it off as their own. I am expected to beg for welfare scraps and handouts and there is no meaningful employment for me. I am involuntarily detained and tortured in our public hospitals. The Universities refuse to process my applications, my work, my completions.

Here is complete and absolute and utter garbage. There's nothing here.

 

Re: question for ert

Posted by alexandra_k on December 3, 2020, at 0:25:09

In reply to Re: question for ert, posted by alexandra_k on December 2, 2020, at 23:30:42

The Harvard Interview with Jacinda Arden was kind of illustrative.

We have a democracy that is very much mob-rule.

Our elites don't believe they are elite - they genuinely believe they are regular working class people.

They see things that people have overseas and they mis-understand.

They don't understand how the money goes around.

For example, the reason why Medical Doctors are paid so much in the US is because Medical Student Loans are so high. So most of the money paid from the University HOspital Teaching Complex to the Doctor is Salary goes back to some University HOspital Teaching Complex or other in the form of Loan Repayments. Also in the form of housing... Often... Suitable housing in the vicinity... So stuff about how money flows through you appropriately or whatever...

But people in NZ don't understand that. So, the Vice Chancellor doesn't get half a million each year because most of that goes back to the University for paying for her housing or goes back to the University (some University or other) to pay back for her student loan or goes back to the University (some University or other) to pay back for her kids loan or save for her kids education... Instead... It's a bunch of free money.

What does she spend it on?
Where does it go?

It's a problem...

Vice Chancellor Scholarships -- right? For teh best and brightest kids who are poor?

Silly girl -- that's not taking from the rich and giving to the poor (that's not using the financial skills of the rich to help the poor develop). That's not in the spirit of equity! NOt in the spirit at all!

NZ has no idea.


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