Vaccine safety and efficacy petition moves up a notch, writes Keri Molloy.
I republish the media release from Speak up for Women in full, sent out after the Let Women Speak event was sabotaged by an angry, violent, self-righteous mob this afternoon, who claimed to be about tolerance, inclusion and diversity – just not when it comes to women, apparently.
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.
Jodie Bruning exposes the millions of dollars the Government is spending on consultants, which she argues, are effectively delivering pre-packaged, locked and loaded policy that is oblivious to the concerns and interests of the public.
The scapegoating of ‘anti-vaxers’ reaches new heights.
Chloe, a dedicated nurse who loved her job, spent Christmas day last year in hospital suffering severe heart problems after her second Pfizer injection. Diagnosed with pericarditis and heart dysrhythmia resulting from the jab, she was denied an exemption for the booster. Instead of putting herself at risk of more harm, she chose to walk away from the career she loved.
In this long-form interview, Bruning describes the alarming disconnect between the academic literature and the Government’s covid response, its barrage of untransparent law-making, and the subsequent impact on our rights – and why the Covid-19 primary Acts must be repealed.
The ‘Hood is in the High Court in Wellington today and tomorrow to challenge the Government’s decision to roll-out the covid-19 injection to children aged five-to-11 years old.
Developments suggest that is the plan.
In this guest post from Zelka Linda Grammer, she argues “good intentions” are not enough to justify deregulating genetic modification.