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Israel accused of hiding devastating vax study

The Israeli MOH is hiding a study it conducted, showing a 2-4 times higher rate of adverse events reports following Pfizer COVID vaccine in kids aged 5-11 vs ages 12-17.The…

Employment

Ardern gets her wish to make it easier for Kiwis in Aussie – the brain drain gets a boost

New Zealand video game studios are expected to be eligible for a 40% tax incentive if they move their businesses to Australia, and several have already begun the process. This…

Ardern on abortion… How about the vax?

Business

Ardern gets her wish to make it easier for Kiwis in Aussie – the brain drain gets a boost

New Zealand video game studios are expected to be eligible for a 40% tax incentive if they move their businesses to Australia, and several have already begun the process. This…

Covid-19

Israel accused of hiding devastating vax study

The Israeli MOH is hiding a study it conducted, showing a 2-4 times higher rate of adverse events reports following Pfizer COVID vaccine in kids aged 5-11 vs ages 12-17.The…

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New book raises more questions over Pike River disaster

On November 19, 2010, an explosion tore through the underground Pike River coal mine on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. After a second explosion five days later, the 29 workers underground were declared dead. This was not a random accident: it was a crime caused by capitalism.

Law & Order

Is the New Zealand legal system fundamentally flawed?

Press release: NZDSOS New Zealand Doctors Speaking Out with Science (NZDSOS) have reviewed the High Court ruling of Justice Francis Cooke in their recent case challenging the vaccine mandates for health…

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Pike River coal mine – ‘a gas bomb waiting to go off’

The Socialist Equality Group in New Zealand held an online public meeting last Saturday to launch the new book, Pike River: The Crime and Cover-up, by leading SEG member Tom…

 

If you can’t understand why someone did something, look at the consequences and infer the motivation.

— Carl Gustav Jung, Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst