Category: New Zealand

8 April 2022

Aotearoa, a European Hoax

February 18 2009 Maori arise. Tuhoe, march. You are in danger of having foisted upon you, in the guise of Maori history, a great European romantic invention. We are talking here about the name Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud. It is being promoted, and not for the first time, as a replacement for the old-fashioned, misspelt moniker New Zealand, which, in the […]

4 February 2022

New Zealand Scientists Find Nanotech-like Particles in Pfizer Vaccines

By Olivia Pierson In September last year I watched a filmed press-release from a group of pathologists in Germany, who presented their findings to the public in an open peer-reviewed process with shocking images of what was in the residue of hundreds of Covid-19 vaccine vials from Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca. Originally, Professor Arne Burkhardt and Professor Walter Lang, two renowned German pathologists, confirmed the content […]

26 January 2022

What Came Unstuck in New Zealand? Lessons for the World

By Guy Hatchard | HatchardReport.com On the face of it, New Zealand is a lucky country of five million, affectionately termed Godzone. For two years, New Zealand has largely avoided Covid by strictly controlling its borders. During 2021, the Pfizer vaccine was rolled out to 90% of the eligible population. Therefore in the virtual absence of any confounding effect of Covid infection, NZ should be […]

10 January 2022

Sarah’s ‘Jab, No Job’ Story

In this COVID era the saying ‘No Jab, No Job’ has become common place around New Zealand and around the world.  But Sarah Carter’s story is different.  Her story is one of ‘Jab, No Job’.    By Peter Drew  Sarah’s story is worth listening to whether you are jabbed or un-jabbed, and whether you are pro vaccine, anti-vaccine, pro-choice, or pro wait and see.  Whatever your position on these […]

6 January 2022

Graham Adams: 2022: Ardern’s plans for co-governance with iwi face rough seas

https://democracyproject.nz/ As voters become more aware of the stealthy implementation of a Māori separatist agenda, the political risks for the government will rise sharply. Graham Adams reports. When the Prime Minister claimed in her first term that her government was going to be “transformational” many voters took her seriously — until it became apparent she was unlikely to transform anything much, whether it was unaffordable housing or […]