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Dig In At Marsden: Refinery Heat Exchangers pulled out for scrap

In a recent Telegram post Brad Flutey, a leader of the Dig In At Marsden protest to save the Marsden Point Refinery details some concerning developments.

Channel Infrastructure have now started pulling the heat exchangers out of the refinery and sending them to Metal Man in Auckland to scrap them.

This is really not good. We were concerned about the catalysts, in terms of that being shipped out of the country and takes six months to get back into the refinery, so that we could start refining crude oil again if there were any international brain explosions.

Being told the refinery is to be kept in a condition where it can be turned back into a refinery in the event of an international crisis – that’s turning out to be a pretty big lie.

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  1. When self-sufficiency is compromised, the nation becomes a candidate for cost blackmail, and resulting in shift of capital to overseas and slavery to globalists. The result is NZ society will have a very large poorer section living on hand to mouth basis, as well as many local agents (MSM, politicians, and inefficient govt) to control & manage the poor socially and psychologically not to revolt.

  2. Where is the opposition in relation to this? They must know what is going on. Has it been brought up in debate? No. Just another indication that Labour and National are working together.


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