Unity for our Community

Some business owners in Queenstown, New Zealand produced this video calling for unity and freedom.

Rory was 26 years old when he died on the bathroom floor of the New Zealand home he shared with his girlfriend Ashleigh. Below is the coroner’s report of his death and a Facebook post from Ashleigh after receiving the report. Ashleigh described her experience with Rory’s short illness and death to Chantelle Baker.

Where there is risk, there must be choice.

“Yesterday I attended the freedom and rights coalition rally in Wellington. I met so many beautiful, intelligent, likeminded people and had an amazing, but emotional day.

I had the opportunity to speak and tell Rory’s story while knowing how he died but not being able to tell anyone.

Today I received the devastating confirmation from the coroner that my soul mate died unnecessarily from Myocarditis as a result of the COVID vaccine.

I am calling out the New Zealand government to stop these mandates! Someone has died (and I know that he is not the only one).

Where there is a possibility of death or serious injury, there NEEDS to be choice!

This is medical misadventure.

Thank you to the people who have believed our story, and showed an immense amount of support.

To the people who haven’t, your silence speaks volumes

To reiterate on my original post, if you decide to get the vaccine and experience any side effects please seek medical advice immediately.

Once again please share this post for awareness, I hope that Rory’s story can help others.

Rory will not just be a statistic”.

Marching for Freedom in Wellington, NZ, 16 December 2021
Business open to all: Wellington, New Zealand, 16 December 2021

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