Bloomfield denied injection exemptions to countless people who were at known risk from the jab. Now he’s heading up a global decision making body that is attempting to take control of national public health responses to future pandemics. What could go wrong?
This is the second part of an analysis provided by British writer Chris R on the failure of the Left to stand up to covid authoritarianism. In this part he examines some of the fundamentals of contemporary Left thinking that might explain why and how it failed to respond correctly to the covid challenge, including a horror of ‘conspiracy theories’, a pernicious anti-industrial mentality, and, amongst the intelligentsia, alienation from productive economic work.
New Zealand orders fluoridation of water supplies while many developed nations, including Israel, Finland, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, and Sweden have abandoned or banned water fluoridation, writes Keri Molloy in this guest post.
Two documents released under OIA lay out the mindset and the cross-agency apparatus the government set up to monitor and record so-called ‘mis-and-disinformation’. They raise serious questions about whether or not the state is respecting citizens’ privacy and right to free speech and whether it’s treating political dissent as ‘disinformation’.
In this two-part guest post, British writer Chris R gives a visceral account of the Left’s failure to stand with working people in the covid era, instead siding with the oppressor.
In this guest post Jodie Bruning examines another draconian piece of legislation. She notes that the proposed Bill offers no cost benefit analysis, an empty Bills Digest, no RIS, a governance culture that persistently ignores and underfunds diet & nutrition. She says Cabinet Ministers are letting us down.
In this guest post from Keri Molloy, she discusses proposed changes to the International Health Regulations being discussed by World Health Organisation this week and New Zealand’s role in them. She says health authorities face a trust crisis.
Public sanction has been given for open bigotry against a new underclass in the ‘tolerant’ and ‘progressive’ west.
This piece was written in September 2021, before vaccine passes were introduced in New Zealand. It documents my growing horror with the pronouncements coming from our leaders and the willingness of so many to go along with them.
Jodie Bruning dissects the murky presumptions behind the need for international vaccine passes and lack of any scientific justification for their implementation, which appear to have been locked into the Government’s agenda from early on in covid times.