Automated license plate readers on rural & city roads to find folk who avoid the law. Eighty four locations across the country that would need to be staffed, requiring 1260 soldiers & police. The new face of military law, sitting there in plain sight, awaiting the right moment to activate.
by Pam Vernon at EWR
As I have been saying for some time, the NZ ‘authorities’ have been getting their ducks in a row so to speak, since we returned to ‘the new normal’. Please do listen to the first video that summarizes things quite succinctly & quite accurately in my opinion. The speaker refers to the ‘new normal’ and other little sayings we’re being indoctrinated with. Then hear Billy Te Kahika, leader of the new movement of Kiwis who seek a return to true democracy. Billy has been speaking out & calling out the current corporation parading as a government that is fully committed to the Agenda 2030 direction for our country. An agenda that we’ve been signed up to since 1992 and which finally somebody has had the courage to name and shame openly. The agenda for global government, sold to you as sustainable development. EWR
Covid-19 response: PM Jacinda Ardern outlines what’s next
15 July 2020 The Prime Minister has committed to doing everything possible to avoid putting the entire country back into lockdown, describing that as a “last resort”. READ MORE
Checkpoints, soldiers, door-to-door testing: NZ’s new Covid outbreak plan
Prepare to go much harder and much earlier if coronavirus appears in the community. Justin Giovannetti reports from parliament where plans have been released for swift regional lockdowns and managed-isolation for domestic cases if Covid-19 ever breaks out of border facilities.
New Zealand hasn’t detected any community transmission of the Covid-19 virus in 75 days, but that pandemic holiday could come to an end at any time, prime minister Jacinda Ardern cautioned today.