River of Lies

Billy Te Kahika, who comes across as a perfectly sane and reasonable person, is producing a documentary about the New Zealand pandemic response and attacks on citizens who dare to challenge the government as the nation’s “single source of truth”. Very few NZ politicians speak out at all: those who have, are cancelled and removed … More River of Lies

A Plea to New Zealand’s Investigators and Authorities

New Zealanders are dying and being seriously injured. The injured are denied ACC claims and many are losing employment, income, homes and families whilst being ignored, silenced, dismissed and censored. As we have seen throughout the past 2.5 years, this is being sold to us as “public health” whilst in fact being the polar opposite. … More A Plea to New Zealand’s Investigators and Authorities

Conferences, Coincidences and Consciences

Klaus Schwab (World Economic Forum Chairman) and Albert Bourla (Pfizer CEO) shared the stage in Davos this week, before an invited audience. Tickets cost between $26,000 to $600,000 for the privilege of accepting the invitation. This brief clip leads me to wonder about the value. Attendees could have spent far less and been in Bath … More Conferences, Coincidences and Consciences

Across Time and Place

Below is a brief transcript from the 2002 feature documentary film, The Trials of Henry Kissinger. Having spent time in Cambodia where I observed the long term results of Kissingers involvement there, it was an interesting watch. My concerns for humanity, much closer to home today, stem from the connections between there and then, and … More Across Time and Place

Glimpsing Hope

English author and radio host Maajid Nawaz spent three hours on the Joe Rogan Experience in January, a highly intelligent conversation on many topics. In this ten minute clip from the full interview, he offers a glimpse of light into something which, for me, has appeared very dark for two years. An intelligent analysis of … More Glimpsing Hope