Liz Gunn talked to Kelvyn Alp and Hannah Spierer on Friday for an update on the court proceedings and upcoming shows planned for The People’s Platform.
Alp confirmed his belief that police had been following them since February this year – this had been confirmed in police documents disclosed to them in the course of the current court case.
However, police tracking of Alp had started well before then.
‘We’ll be doing a show soon where we’ll focus a lot about my background because that’s been called into question by all these so-called ‘freedom fighters’. It’s basically digital noise, they’ve never accomplished anything in their lives and yet they feel it’s their right to bring others down who’ve actually got experience and know what’s coming down the pipeline and are trying to warn people about it, including my assassination attempt arranged by a senior police officer back in 2001 when I was living in Wellington. I will bring all this out.
‘We’ll also talk about Solomon Islands corruption – suitcases of cash in diplomatic mail to bribe politicians to bring down the Sogovare government through a vote of no confidence, the illegal taking out of Julian Moti of the Solomon Islands under retrospective legislation in Australia. I have it all. And I’m going to drop bomb after bomb after bomb until people realise that the facts and evidence are on our side, and the others have got nothing, absolutely nothing, and I’ll tear them a new one.’
Spierer added there had been a ‘massive coverup about New Zealand’s true history. Part of what they’re doing now is just trying to create further division between Maori and the rest of the people that live in New Zealand with 3 Waters and He Pua Pua legislation and this is all coming down through the United Nations. Critical Race Theory – Marxists love it, it’s just more divide and conquer.’
‘When are you coming back?’ asked Gunn.
‘We’ll be coming back as soon as possible and our first episode will be calling out Jacinda Ardern, and we’ve got a list pf questions we’ll be asking,’ said Alp.