Priming for forced vaccinations in NZ?

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  • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 04:03pm

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    pythagnz

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    Priming for forced vaccinations in NZ?

Talk about fear mongering! I’ve had a sleepless night after reading this “analysis” last night:

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/300396262/covid19-what-are-the-limits-of-dissent-as-nation-vaccinates-and-prepares-to-open-up

Perhaps this law professor is planting the seeds for forced vaccination with comments like:

But compulsion might become necessary. While the general rule is that people can refuse medical treatments, in times of emergency this can be trumped and regulations could be introduced to enforce vaccination.

and

If people choose not to be vaccinated and risk harming others, the Government should intervene, explaining the risk the unvaccinated pose, apart from their potential self-harm. It should then pass laws to allow reasonable levels of discrimination against people who refuse the vaccine.

I checked the human rights legislation in NZ the other day and there doesn’t appear to be anything in it that prevents discrimination based on medical status. (https://www.govt.nz/browse/law-crime-and-justice/human-rights-in-nz/human-rights-and-freedoms/#:~:text=The%20Human%20Rights%20Act%20protects%20people%20in%20New,political%20opinion%3B%20race%3B%20religious%20belief%3B%20sex%3B%20sexual%20orientation.). Despite some freedoms appearing to be protected, I’m sure TPTB could make life very difficult, even in those spheres:

The Act includes areas of public life where it’s unlawful to discriminate against anyone. You cannot be denied access to things like:

government services
education
public places
employment
housing and accommodation.

This is a very serious development and quite frightening, especially since most NZers seem eager to comply with the official narrative.

  • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 05:36pm

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I think something proactive needs to be done.  We’ve seen what is happening overseas.

There is the petition of course, but perhaps a lobby group might be a good idea with the first port of call being the HRC.  I’m not in a position healthwise to have my background dug up and spread before the country which unfortunately this type of group risks.

Stuff have a clear and persistent bias in their coverage of vaccination so it makes sense this type of article would appeal to their editor/s.

I’ve tried complaining to Stuff before about other things that were clearly inaccurate (not vaccine issues). In both cases their mistakes traced back to inaccurate press releases which is where they pointed me.  I didn’t have the energy to argue but noted the process for next time.  Next step beyond this is Media Council.

 

 

  • Tue, Aug 31, 2021 - 09:56pm   (Reply to #2)

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    Priming for forced vaccinations in NZ?

Here is a very articulate, authoritative interview relevant to New Zealand by Dr. Peter McCullough, perhaps his best ever and especially the last part around Covid and finally forced vaxx.  He is becoming a true warrior.

This is a few days old and may have been posted at PP before, but worth passing on to family and friends.

 

https://odysee.com/@voicesforfreedom:6/Dr-Peter-McCullough:b

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 01:45am

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    Priming for forced vaccinations in NZ?

I would say over 50% of my friends here in New Zealand are against the covid vaccination let alone it being compulsory. There are many many people who are very against what our Government is doing to our freedoms. These are people I see in person regularly and semi regularly.

It is very easy for me to distrust the NZ health system, (actually more a sickcare system). When I was young I had ear infections and a couple of time had tubes fitted to drain my ears. but most of the time nothing was done and this caused me to have a severe hearing loss that I have to this day. Recently I heard that fitting tubes is now standard for all children with ear infections and stops many children from going deaf. Doesn’t help me now though and there is not much that comes out of the healthcare industry here in NZ that would earn my trust back again.

I am very against the covid shot but I am not anti vaccines, only anti untested vaccines and anti vaccines that have a worse outcome than a dirt cheap proven drug. I have my tetanus booster every so often and I had the Polio and MMR vaccines when I was a child. Incidentally I had a bad reaction to my first MMR shot and was very sick for a week or two and so my mother never got me to take the second one. I also have an allergy to crayfish. For these reasons I would fight not to have the vaccine if it was mandated.  I have a good supply of vitamin D, C and zinc along with some Ivermectin horse paste purchased her in New Zealand.

Purchasing Horse paste was a very “we are not in Kansas anymore” moment and New Zealand is looking less like a 1st world country by the day.

Also surprisingly some of the people who I thought would be open to what is happening in India and Israel and about the vaccine in general, are still trusting the narrative.

We may be grudgingly tolerating the draconian lockdowns but more and more people are starting to question the narrative.

  • Wed, Sep 01, 2021 - 07:04pm

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    Priming for forced vaccinations in NZ?

Wrote a complaint to NZTA re using those digital roadsigns to remind people to get vaccinated.   My pathetically small kick to remind the system of logical boundaries.  Response back within 10 days.  I expect to be brushed off.

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