If you have been following the New Zealand freedom movement, chances are you will have seen the distinctive yellow mini.
It was present at the Parliament Protest in Wellington, and, according to its owner Hutch, has travelled more than 12,000 miles up and down the country over the past few months.
In that time Hutch has met many hundreds of New Zealanders, and learnt many of their stories.
Speaking to nurses while in hospital visiting a friend who’d just had a stroke, Hutch says the nurses were rushed off their feet, and desperately needed their unvaccinated colleagues to come back. He was told by one nurse that ‘wards are full of people with COVID or the flu, and most of them are boosted.’
‘I have seen 100s, and 100s, and 100s of people in this beautiful country that are all affected by this jab, and there’s no one helping them with it. They speak up and tell what’s happened, and they’re told they’re ‘anti-jabbers”, he said, adding that doctors and hospitals are dismissing their concerns.
Hutch has also spoken to a number of police officers during his travels, and ‘a lot of police are not interested in taking a third jab.’ But they have no choice, as they need their income.
‘The children affected by this – it really gets me,’ he said.
Mandates and jabs are not the only threats to New Zealand, says Hutch. The government’s proposed 3 Waters programme was also an issue kiwis needed to make a stand on. He described how the proposal would mean folks who use rain water tanks will be charged money by the government, and will be legally required to treat their stored rain water with chemicals.
Making a stand
Hutch is calling on New Zealanders to make a stand, by gathering outside their local police station or courthouse each day. This is a chance for freedom-loving kiwis to meet each other and share their stories in their hometowns. Whether you’re there for an hour, or just ten minutes, it doesn’t matter. Hutch will begin the protest on 1 August at 3pm.