RNZ REPORTED yesterday 3rd April that 8,000 unj-abbed or partly Covid jabbed health workers were allowed to keep working. More than 5,000 of them worked for the District Health Boards. Data released to RNZ under the Official Information Act, shows health providers – including district health boards, GP clinics and home-help agencies – made 516 applications for exemptions to avoid Significant Service Disruptions of which 102 were granted.

Of the 8051 health workers covered by these exemptions between October 2021 and September 2022, more than 5000 were employed by district health boards.

Nearly half, 3935, were care and support workers – but the total also included 352 doctors (out of nearly 19,000 registered), 992 administration workers, 788 allied health professionals and 1984 nurses and midwives.

The Nurses Organization, which represents 60,000 plus nurses and midwives, noted those exempted were a tiny minority of the total health workforce.

Whilst NZ Citizens who chose not to be jabbed were character assassinated, purposely  targeted. People lost their jobs, businesses closed down and many never recovered.  New Zealanders have been treated appallingly, disgusting , of course you will see reported that people did not die post jab.  They say “we only curbed peoples freedoms”  The Royal Commission of Inquiry into COVID19 will be on ‘Lessons learned, responses, including vax mandates, will deliver the report the end of  September.

As mainstream media will report the mass deaths of COVID remember that  10th March 2022 If a person has a positive COVID test then die 1 month or more later they count this as a COVID death. The WHO wanted all UN Nation States to report stats of COVID Mortality in the same way.  The man who was shot by a police officer in Auckland was reported as a COVID death.  ZILCH TRANSPARANCY. And with thousands of Health files been cyber attacked, and Cardia files, Bereavement files… STRANGE THAT.




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Paul Harvey History 1918-2009. Paul Harvey was known as the most listened to’ Radio Broadcaster’ in the world.

Paul Harvey between 1941-1943 worked as program director at WKZO radio in Kalamazoo, Michigan, while also serving as the Office of War Information’s news director for Michigan and Indiana. In 1943 he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps, but he received a medical discharge in 1944. He moved to Chicago, Illinois, shortened his name to Paul Harvey, and began doing daily news commentaries on local station WENR radio. Soon, his broadcasts were topping the ratings in the greater Chicago area.As a news analyst, author, and columnist, Paul Harvey won recognition as “one of the best-known and most influential personalities in the history of American radio” and the last of the wartime generation of radio commentators. “Paul Harvey News & Comment” and “The Rest of the Story®” aired daily on sixteen hundred radio stations worldwide and had more than eighteen million listeners weekly.

Harvey has received awards from the Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and the Freedom Foundation. He has been inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame (1955), was named Commentator of the Year in 1962 by Radio/TV Daily, and in 1979 was inducted to the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He also received five National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Awards for Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year (1989, 1991, 1996, 1998, and 2002). In 2005 Pres. George W. Bush presented him the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Harvey’s books include Autumn of LibertyRemember These ThingsYou Said ItPaul Harvey, and Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor.

In the fall of 2000 Harvey signed a ten-year, $100 million contract with the network. In spring 2002 he celebrated his fiftieth year on ABC news radio. Paul Harvey died on February 28, 2009. Paul Harvey, a renowned American radio broadcaster, delivered a speech titled “If I Were the Devil” in 1965. The speech was a thought-provoking commentary on the societal issues and moral decay that Harvey observed during that time. Harvey’s motivation for delivering this speech was to highlight the dangers he perceived in the changing social and cultural landscape of the 1960s and to call attention to what he saw as a decline in traditional values.

Throughout his career, Paul Harvey was known for his distinctive broadcasting style and his ability to offer insightful and sometimes controversial commentary on current events. In “If I Were the Devil,” Harvey presented a hypothetical scenario in which he assumed the role of the devil and outlined the strategies he would employ to corrupt society. He expressed concerns about the erosion of family values, the weakening of religious faith, and the influence of materialism and consumerism. Harvey’s speech resonated with many listeners who shared his concerns about the direction society was heading. It struck a chord with those who felt that traditional values were being undermined and that there was a need to address the moral and cultural challenges of the time. By delivering this speech, Harvey aimed to awaken his audience to the potential consequences of societal decay and encourage them to reevaluate their priorities and actions.

It’s important to note that while the speech expressed Harvey’s personal views and concerns, it was also a form of commentary and entertainment. Harvey was known for his theatrical style and often used dramatic storytelling techniques to engage his audience.  If I Were the Devil” was to warn Americans about the dangers of communism at the height of the Cold War. In the radio broadcast, Harvey imagined what the devil would do if he wanted to undermine and ultimately defeat the United States. He suggested the devil would try to divide the country using tactics like promoting the separation of church and state, legalizing drugs and abortion, and discouraging personal responsibility. At the time, there were growing concerns about the influence of communism both domestically and internationally. Harvey aimed to stir concern about erosion of traditional American values and stoke opposition to perceived communist threats as a way to bolster support for the ongoing conflict against the Soviet Union and efforts to limit the spread of communist ideologies abroad.

RESEARCHER:  Carol Sakey



Questions asked by the community about Intelligence investigations into the Christchurch terrorist attacks.

17.3 Before 15 March 2019, how many national security investigations have been carried out on Muslim individuals, associations or institutions? The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service told us that their investigations focus on individuals, not associations or institutions (see Part 8, chapter 5). Approximately 30–40 individuals were on the investigative prioritization (watch) list being investigated by the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service at any given time in recent years. Most of these individuals were assessed by the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service as supporters of Dā’ish. New Zealand Police told us that, before 15 March 2019, most of their counter-terrorism investigations were focused on the threat of Islamist extremism (see Part 8, chapter 6). The limitations of New Zealand Police’s recording practices mean that exact numbers are not available. There was no centralized information system for recording national security leads, the actions taken, outcomes of investigation, and characteristics of complainants, victims or offenders (such as religion).

Before 15 March 2019, how many national security investigations have been carried out on white supremacist or right-wing extremist individuals, associations or institutions?

The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service’s baselining project on domestic right-wing extremism, which started in mid-2018, generated ten leads relevant to right-wing extremism (see Part 8, chapter 5). These leads were treated according to the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service’s leads management process. Some of these leads remained open as at 15 March 2019.

While we have seen evidence that New Zealand Police had conducted national security investigations into activities of suspected white supremacists or right-wing extremists before 15 March 2019 (see Part 8, chapter 6), the limitations of New Zealand Police’s recording practices mean that exact numbers are not available.  After 15 March 2019, New Zealand Police compiled a list of 1,700 individuals who had potential right-wing extremist characteristics from a review of their intelligence holdings. They told us that they had never attempted to do this before 15 March 2019. New Zealand Police told us that the accuracy and reliability of the information used to compile the list was variable and required further risk assessment. New Zealand Police collaborated with the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service and New Zealand Customs Service after 15 March 2019 to refine and prioritize the agencies’ leads on right-wing extremist individuals and groups in New Zealand




Diversity in thought. Engage with stakeholders, Iwi Leaders, Community Leader and Civil Society. They do not state whom in civil society they are. It is well recorded that Diversity training in the workplace can threaten majority groups sense of belonging, gets into the blame and shaming and may elicit backlash and biases. Can do more harm than good. DEI Programs are not new, they have been around for years. Companies that have been faced with pressure to demonstrate a commitment to racial justice, interest in diversity, equity and inclusion. These sorts of programs risk causing friction and increases victimhood  Includes Intersex, transgender

What has happened to the good old fashioned, the recognition of a person’s ability, experience, skills, knowledge, qualifications, those that have done the hard graft get the job? No wonder this tyranny of human rights exists in our society today.


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THE TERM ‘ Paradigm Shift’ was first coined by Thomas Khun an American Historian, this refers to the theories around  contradictions, accumulations and violations of  markets in the future, yet to come

As inflation peaks, war rages and trade conflicts harden, new ways of thinking about how and why the world has changed are emerging. The lessons drawn by voters, central banks, tech titans and bureaucrats will shape economies, companies and markets for years to come. It has been more than six decades since Thomas Kuhn first coined the term “paradigm shift”. Yet the process the American historian described, where accumulating contradictions in and violations of old theories lead to them being painfully overthrown, remains relevant today ‘ The structure of scientific revolutions’ focusing on messy confrontational processes of so called scientific theory which has been applied, misused and violated  our ever changing world. The Paradigm Shift is referred to as ‘Uncertainties’ references made to corporations, business people CEO’s entering politics. The so called ‘revolving door  between  business and politics’, I just could not help but this if Christopher Luxon here with his CEO Corporate history of Unilever Canada and his associations with Gates  and other Global Leaders, mentoring by John Key. The revolving door that propels corporate executives into public office. For example in the US in 2006 Hank Paulson left a top CEO position with Goldman Sachs to become US Treasury Secretary. George W  Bush previously also ran large companies. Corporates sitting in the front seat of the political governance of a country and politicians as back seat passengers. Governments that rewards corporations as in Public-Private Partnerships of Multi-stakeholder Capitalism (or should I say Communism). The bureaucratic geopolitical regimes, and their asset manager such as BlackRock

The Iwi Elite through the Iwi Chairs Forum enter the backdoor of Parliament where Te Pati Maori speak up on their behalf, supporting them. Claire Charters of the Iwi National Forum given a position within the Human Rights Commission to push the UNDRIP into NZ’s political arena, a change in the constitutional arrangements of NZ. Claire Charters familiar with her visits to the UN pushing for Iwi/Maori Sovereignty in NZ through the revolving door of politics.