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“Let me tell you why you’re here…
You’re here because you know something.
What you know you can’t explain,
but you feel it.
You felt it your entire life
that there’s something very wrong with the world.
You don’t know what it is—but it’s there,
like a splinter in your mind,
driving you mad…”.
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BRUTALITY & MAYHEM UNLEASHED
ON PEACEFUL PROTESTERS
WELLINGTON NEW ZEALAND
2 MARCH, 2022
OIA Doc Confirms Use of Sound Weapons Against Protestors
‘A document released under the Official Information Act (OIA), revealed two long range acoustic devices (Lrads) were deployed at the Parliament protest on March 2.’
‘The devices have the potential to cause permanent hearing damage, which has led to the device being limited in several jurisdictions in the United States following lawsuits.’
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Deliberately promoting decline
from October 2020
Maori People Perform
Powerful Haka Dance
in Protest of New Zealand
COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
Maori protesters have performed the Ka Mate haka which consists of foot-stomping, body slapping, loud chants and wild facial expressions at several protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and lockdowns in New Zealand.
One performance reportedly shows them chanting and moving in tandem outside of parliament.
The Maori are indigenous Polynesians that live on New Zealand’s mainland. They are descendants of East Polynesian immigrants who came to New Zealand in waves of canoe trips around 1300 CE, according to Brittanica.
The haka tells the tale of Te Rauparaha, a former war chief of the Ngati Toa tribe, the outlet said. Ngati Toa, the tribe most associated with haka in New Zealand, condemned people for using it at anti-mandate protests, the New Zealand Herald reported.
Inspired by the “Freedom Convoy” of truckers in Canada, hundreds of protesters have been camping outside of the Parliament building in New Zealand for 12 days.
They have used similar protest tactics such as blocking off access to streets, according to ABC News.
From the Wakaminenga Maori Government
Aotearoa Nu Tireni New Zealand
current NZ Prime Minister
Is Jacinda Ardern the ‘real-deal’?
There’s no question that people can be whatever they like and their personal affairs are theirs alone.
But when an individual enters the public arena to represent others there is an onus of complete honesty.
Each person reading this can make up their own minds whether they think the Prime Minister of New Zealand has been completely honest in the way they portray themselves to the New Zealand people and the rest of the world on behalf of their country.
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It appears there could be some kind of
tradition in New Zealand.
NZ former prime ministers
Helen Hunt and Jenny Shipley
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