10.3 C
Auckland
Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Popular Now

Watch: Video of expert contradicts Ardern’s booster message

A video featuring prominent Idaho pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole contradicts Jacinda Ardern’s ‘jab jab jab’ mentality.

Dr. Cole has been a vocal critic of mass vaccination against COVID with mRNA experimental technology. As a result of his dissent his reputation has been slammed in the legacy mainstream media and by big tech ‘fact checkers’.

Dr. Ryan’s views on the ineffectiveness of boosters against the Omicron variant are in his words ‘basic immunology,’ and are backed up with real world data from Isreal, the most vaxxed country in the world where case numbers are sky-rocketing.

Promoted Content

No login required to comment. Name, email and web site fields are optional. Please keep comments respectful, civil and constructive. Moderation times can vary from a few minutes to a few hours. Comments may also be scanned periodically by Artificial Intelligence to eliminate trolls and spam.

7 COMMENTS

  1. I think history will judge the NZ labour govt. poorly. At some stage in the future Adern, Bloomfield, Baker, Hipkins and a number of others will be indicted for crimes against humanity and will see out their final days incarcerated in some hell hole. Or as many are now suggesting do it the old fashioned way…. hung, drawn and quartered

    • Drawn to the place of execution in a tumbrel, hung by the neck till dead then quartered by having four horses tied to their limbs and pulled apart.

      I’d pay to see that.

    • Going by Luxon’s comments it looks like he would have like to be more punitive with kiwi’s who don’t’ have a vaccine pass. None of the MP’s have stood up, regardless of party. That in conjunction with what the legacy media has been presenting paints for an interesting future

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest

Trending

Sport

Daily Life

Opinion

Wellington
overcast clouds
10 ° C
10.8 °
8.9 °
89 %
4.6kmh
99 %
Mon
11 °
Tue
12 °
Wed
12 °
Thu
12 °
Fri
12 °