South Auckland covid conspiracies.
Subtitle: Stop conspiring lads, and the conspiracies theorizing will too
There's absolutely zero doubt that at this stage of the Coronavirus “pandemic” that there are conspiracies aplenty. Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum and various other toffs are actively conspiring to figure out how to get as much of a leg-up as possible from this virus as it supposedly rampages around the world (albeit not actually pushing the overall death rate up anywhere). And that's not to mention lockdown policies looking like they were designed by Amazon, who like other corporate entities (well more truthfully their corporate shareholders) has shared in a 1 trillion dollar pay check from the pandemic which in turn was taken from the poorest of us, including very especially the small business sector.
So labeling the whole of the South Auckland community as conspiracy theorists for daring to maybe put some thought into why all the above is both true and questioning the vaccination agenda when they look to be first in line for vaccinations (which are experimental at best) is just wrong. And maybe a little too obvious benefit for the pharmaceutical industry (and you know, cui bono). Don't forget mRNA vaccinations are very experimental, long term impacts of the vaccination cannot be known and nor can it be assumed that such corporates as Pfizer, or indeed men such as Gates, are working for all of our benefit. That's not to mention the concerns already out there which include a warning to women to maybe freeze their eggs before getting a vaccination as the vaccination may compete with a placenta in a way that is not good for the placenta. Sure there's nothing to see here?
There are some very unpleasant truths for the supposed democracies of the West to face in the coming years or as a Russian business colleague put it to me “Yes, the corporate media, Big Pharma and the governments have a lot of explaining to do. A real unholy trinity”.
It's not just South Auckland, RNZ & other media, 25% plus of us want nothing to do with the vaccination agenda that you're helping to push. So take your accusations of conspiracy theorists packing the evangelical churches of South Auckland and shove it where the sun doesn't shine.
Maybe instead you could do a critical story on Siouxsie Wiles who is the recipient of 5 million USD of Bill Gates' money via his foundation.