Kelvyn & Hannah focus on the most important issue in NZ right now - the globalist attack on our access to natural health products & practitioners.
Just before Christmas the Government tabled the Therapeutic Products Bill in Parliament expecting submissions to be in by February 15. Due to public pressure this has now changed to March 5.
Joining them to discuss the globalists attempt to take over NZ natural health is Naturopath David Holden from holdenhealthcare.com, NZ Outdoors and Freedom Party co-leader Sue Grey and Dana Lee, our Northland Correspondent.
The risks are real and NZ could lose access to a vast array of natural products due to big pharma collusion with Government.
There is also a risk of race based (apartheid) policy making special exemptions for Rongoa Maori (Maori medicine).
Here is our extensive blog post with all the information to get you started:
Nothing celebrates “excellence in the recording arts and sciences” like holding a black sabbath ritual in a sex dungeon, and the 65th Annual Grammy Awards did the hell out of it. Bullwhips, cages, transgenders andSatan worship, featuring the “physically grotesque,” nipple-pasties enthusiast Sam Smith and his “Unholy” musical offering.
Best of all, it was sponsored by drug behemoth Pfizer, and Fox News host Tucker Carlson had a field day mocking the COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer for its all-too appropriate backing.
Pfizer, which is at the center of the whole dystopian vaccine mandate kerfuffle, apparently didn’t find the optics too compromising when it chose to plaster its logo as the proud sponsor of devil worship. Carlson summed up the Grammys from Hell perfectly during the Feb. 6 edition of Tucker Carlson Tonight: “Tonight’s transgender satanism brought to you by Pfizer.” Also, mocked Tucker, “Inject their products into your body!”
Just days after receiving her covid booster jab, the daughter of the king of Thailand collapsed and fell into a coma.
Princess Bajrakitiyabha, who is the potential heir to the Thai throne, is in a grave condition weeks after she collapsed.
Some reports suggest she had suffered a heart attack though her family were told she likely suffered a bacterial infection. None the less, six weeks later and the princess is still in a coma and being kept alive by machines.
Thailand will become the first country to make the contract null and void, meaning that Pfizer will become responsible for all vaccine injuries.
The Royal Family have now been alerted to the fact that the princess has most likely been a victim of the jab.
A United States warship, a Destroyer named USS Nitze, was seen to be operating in the Black Sea. This is the closest a US warship has been to Russia since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began.
Nitze operates as part of the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group.
The ship entered the region and visited Turkey on February 3rd, which was confirmed on the Twitter account of the US Navy's Sixth Fleet.
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) unexpectedly discovered a small asteroid. The space rock is around the size of the Colosseum in Rome and might well be the smallest object that the space telescope has spotted since it was sent into space at the end of 2021.
Though the James Webb Space Telescope has been making waves in astronomy by discovering massive celestial objects sometimes as far away as billions of light-years, the new finding demonstrates the powerful instrument's unpredicted usefulness much closer to home.
Even more impressively, the team that found the 330- to 660-foot (100 to 200-meter) asteroid did so using data collected to calibrate the Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI) that was never intended to reveal new asteroids.
By September of 2022, the New York City Department of Education fired around 2,000 people who refused to comply with the vaccine mandate.
While New York teachers, and other city and state workers, were forced off the job, illegals pour into the United States without proof of any vaccines.
And city schools are forced to accept unvaccinated illegals into classrooms.
Facebook's parent company Meta is suing to ban Israeli surveillance company Voyager Labs from using Facebook and Instagram, alleging that the firm scraped the data of 600,000 users without their knowledge via tens of thousands of fake accounts, according to a report in The Guardian.
The lawsuit states that Facebook deleted 38,000 fake profiles set up by the firm, which has offices in the U.S., U.K., Israel, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates and which carries out research and development through a subsidiary in Israel.
The lawsuit alleges that Voyager Labs employed surveillance software that used fake accounts to gather data from Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Telegram in addition to Facebook and Instagram users. The data included posts, likes, friends, photos, comments and information from groups and pages.
Because the weather is different for blacks than it is for whites, it’s crucial to have more black women meteorologists on TV in order that their lived experience can influence whether or not it’s going to rain tomorrow. Or something. (Does humidity affect hair-dos?)
The US and Japan have once again released a "sounding balloon" on the deployment of medium-range ballistic missiles (MRBMs) to US forces in Japan. Japanese media recently quoted sources saying that Washington has proposed to deploy such missiles in Japan as part of a plan to strengthen "defense against China." The report also noted that the deployment could include long-range hypersonic weapons and Tomahawk cruise missiles. It then claimed that Tokyo is poised to start serious discussions about accepting the deployment and considering the island of Kyushu, which is near the island of Taiwan, as a possible location. Obviously, this news is not just baseless rumors, but an attempt from Washington and Tokyo to explore the way ahead for such a significant military escalation.
The US and Japan will discuss new weapons deployment, including medium-range missiles, Tomahawk cruise missiles and long-range hypersonic weapons, in some Japanese islands close to China's Taiwan under the pretext of "defense", according to some media reports. Chinese military analysts warn that the plan poses a serious threat to regional countries including China, North Korea and Russia. China is right and capable of making a "strategic response" to counter the potential provocative act, they noted.
The US has suggested deploying medium-range missiles in Japan as part of a plan to bolster "defenses against China" along the East and South China Seas, the Japanese media Sankei newspaper reported on Saturday, citing unidentified persons involved in US-Japan relations.
Song Zhongping, a Chinese military expert and TV commentator, told the Global Times on Monday that if the plan is eventually realized, that means the US intends to further damage regional peace and security, and it is actually planning military interventions to disrupt China's reunification process in the future.
A large rally was held on Saturday at Minnesota’s Mall of America as dozens turned out in support of the man who was assailed by security guards last month for daring to wear a t-shirt with “Jesus Saves” written on it, a shirt that the guards called “offensive.”
The story began on Jan. 7 when Christian preacher Paul Shoro was told by security guards at the giant Minneapolis shopping Mecca that he would have to remove his shirt if he was going to remain in the mall.
One of the guards revealed his part in the war on religion telling Shoro, “Jesus is associated with religion, and it’s offending people. People have been offended.”
A recent episode of a Disney+ cartoon show has woke kids performing a skit around the theme “Slaves built this country.”
The installment of the “Proud Family” series — in which the kids find out the founder of their town was a slave owner — is a cartoon version of the 1619 Project, although the 1619 Project is cartoonish in its own right.
Hulu is streaming a documentary (using the word loosely) version of the New York Times production, hosted by the 1619 Project’s creator, Nikole Hannah-Jones.
A just-released episode is devoted to the idea that slavery created American capitalism and is about as subtle as the Disney+ cartoon, relying extensively on the commentary of the Marxist academic Robin D.G. Kelley.
If there were any doubt about the radical agenda of the 1619 Project — which has made a pretense of a neutral pursuit of the historical truth — the Hulu show should remove it.
Webmaster addition: Crap like this is why I won't sign up for the Disney streaming channel.
An immigration official in the Canadian province of Quebec has said it is "surprising" to learn that New York City is sending migrants to the country's border.
New York City mayor Eric Adams told Fox 5 that his administration was assisting migrants who had been sent to his city but wanted to go elsewhere.
"Some want to go to Canada, some want to go to warmer states, and we are there for them as they continue to move on with their pursuit of this dream," Mr Adams said.
The New York Post has reported that migrants in New York City are being given free bus tickets to Plattsburgh, New York state, about 20 miles (32km) south of the Canadian border. From there, they pay taxis and shuttles to take them to Quebec.
Quebec immigration minister Christine Fréchette told reporters in Montreal that the development was "surprising".
The WEF – The World HEALTH Organisation. Your HEALTH, that’s all Klaus and his Davos buddies care about, OK? Oh, that and mass surveillance including of your inner most thoughts. But mainly, your health, yeah?
Weak leadership has lifted the lid on the European Pandora’s box, Alastair Crooke writes.
Things are getting psychotic. As you listen to EU leaders, all parroting identical ‘good news’ speaking points, they nonetheless radiate basal disquietude – presumably a reflection of the psychic stress from, on the one hand, repeating ‘Ukraine is winning: Russia’s defeat is coming’, when, on the other, they know the exact opposite to be true: That ‘no way’ can Europe defeat a large Russian army on the landmass of Eurasia.
Even the colossus of Washington confines the use of American military power to conflicts that Americans could afford to lose – wars lost to weak opponents that no one could gainsay whether the outcome was no loss, but somehow ‘victory’.
Yet, war with Russia (whether financial or military) is substantially different from fighting small poorly equipped and dispersed insurgent movements, or collapsing the economies of fragile states, such as Lebanon.