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THE PLAN

It was the beginning of 2020. That’s when the Plan replaced the Law.


The Plan has become everything. We all live in its shadow.


The Plan establishes which businesses can open and which ones must shut. It decides which industries live and which must die. It dictates when you can leave home and why. It closes schools and playgrounds. The Plan determines whether or not you can visit nana.


The Plan has banned meetings and social gatherings. It curtails funerals, births and weddings.


It disrupts religious services.


It has seen police threaten lone surfers with arrest.


The Plan is not written but is announced each day at one from the Podium of Truth.


Unity is demanded. Dissension is censored. The citizenry is a single team of five million.


The Podium denounces non-compliers. They put us all at risk. Family, friends and neighbours are enlisted to report and admonish.


The Plan has one simple purpose: the elimination of covid-19.


There are no trade-offs, weighing of costs or benefits, there is no alternative.


The Plan is underpinned by fear. The news is of Chinese dropping in the streets, officers and medical personnel in hazmat suits, borders shut, cities locked down, supermarkets being dangerous, deep cleaned and always there is a ticker-tape record of deaths and infections. Experts talk of mass graves and tens of thousands dead.


We are endlessly admonished through public speakers to wash our hands, keep our distance, sneeze into our elbow, mask up, stay home, be kind.


And then there is us. We are the resistance. You don’t know us. We look just like you.


But we are different.


We don’t jump fearfully out of your way. We don’t cower behind perspex or cover our faces. We smile. We meet. We talk. We laugh. We argue. We don’t allow politicians or officials to tell us who we can and can’t hug.


Because the Plan has a flaw: it can’t control our minds. Or what we think.

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National are the lukewarm. In defence of our free-will against the covid tyranny, lukewarm. In defence of the family unit against LGBT nonsense, lukewarm. In defence of our culture and religion, lukewarm. As lukewarm non-believers in anything they sell us out for a kopek.

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alanw
alanw
Apr 16, 2021

A brilliant article by Matt Ridley:

https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/britain-is-in-danger-of-repeating-its-post-war-mistakes


Should be compulsory reading for our clueless politicians and journalists.

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alanw
alanw
Apr 19, 2021
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That UK rationing persisted for nearly a decade shows the bureaucratic mindset that stifled progress. British industry had responded to match and defeat Germany during the war, so hardly incompetent. Labour won a landslide victory in the UK at the end of the war. I don't think you need look much further for the cause of the problem. Or ours.

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Mark Sherlaw
Mark Sherlaw
Apr 16, 2021

Our Maori brothers and sisters make up 15% of the population ......why is it they have so much say in things when it wasn't their country to start with...they are immigrants like the rest of us just different times. Did the Maoris treat the Mori ori with the respect they demand??

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roger
roger
Apr 16, 2021
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Basically because although of that 15% of the population possibly only around 25% of those are active in chasing after additional rights and privileges they are ably assisted by a large %age of non-Maori who for some reason either know so little about democracy or care nothing about it and are unable to see the considerable danger that we see in the whole situation. Many of those in especially health and and in education are effectively muzzled as to speak up and fight back would likely cost them their jobs- or certainly shift them out of the promotion lane and send them to a form of coventry. Unpleasant - and so they stay silent. It's going to be a difficult…

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alanw
alanw
Apr 16, 2021

Females are programmed for obedience. Now it is unfashionable to obey their husbands they obey Jacinda and Ashley instead. And comprise their media groupies.

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I wish (as a thinking, intelligent female, wife and mother to four) that I could disagree with you.


I can't. Except to say there is not just an excess of overprivileged, idiot women in positions of power, but a dearth of strong, intelligent men willing to stop them as they tear apart society.

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