FreeNZ continue to give a voice to the Patelesio family on Nukunonu Island in Tokelau, who have been locked down in their home for a year. Liz Gunn interviewed wife and mother Ana, husband and father Mahelino, and 15yo daughter Jipsy yesterday, about the horrors they are living through for declining a risk-ridden experimental pharmaceutical product.
It seems even more abominable to see this happening on the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials. The ignorance is not limited to islanders on a tiny remote atoll. This is exactly why Public Health 101 teaches against using fear to obtain compliance. Hitlerian tactics (“typhus-carrying Jews”) have no place in public health, politics or humanity.
The experiences of the Patelesio family starkly show the way that families, neighbours and communities are being divided by fear-driven government policy. The interviews can be viewed below. Liz Gunn asks New Zealanders to contact their local MP and demand an opposition to this archaic nonsense.
Donation links for helping this family: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Tokelau or https://www.givesendgo.com/freetokelau.
TEASER: River of Freedom is a feature documentary about Convoy NZ and the Parliament Protest during February and March 2022. It tells the story of who the people were, why they were protesting, and what happened. Assistance to finish and screen the production in theatres can be provided at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/FreedomFilm
As another apparently much smaller convoy travels to Wellington this weekend, preparing to march on parliament on Tuesday, citizen journalist Chantelle Baker has been removed from Facebook, where she publishes her livestreams. I wonder why? Below is an example of her intelligence and reason (courtesy Coronavirus Plushie). It’s hard to imagine how she could possibly be considered a threat? Unless you’re determined that “a single source of truth” is the only “news” the public should see?