G20 and the next pandemic (Dr. John Campbell)

Note: the NZ Govt is the only source of truth in NZ hence the little notice on the video screen directing you where to go to obtain that truth EWR

Dr. John Campbell

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and European Union. https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/pr…


Part 22 We recognize that the extensive COVID-19 immunization is a global public good Section 23 We recognize the need for strengthening local and regional health product manufacturing capacities We support the WHO mRNA Vaccine Technology Transfer hub We acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards and verification methods, to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital solutions and non-digital solutions, including proof of vaccinations. Establishment of trusted global digital health networks, that should capitalize and build on the success of the existing standards and digital COVID-19 certificates.

Part 24 The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the transformation of the digital ecosystem and digital economy. We recognize the importance of digital transformation in reaching the SDGs. We also reaffirm the role of data for development, economic growth and social well-being. G20 update


“Endeavour to move towards interoperability of systems including mechanisms that validate proof of vaccination, whilst respecting the sovereignty of national health policies, and relevant national regulations such as personal data protection and data-sharing.” Indonesia’s Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin


G20 countries should adopt digital health certificate using WHO standards Let’s have a digital health certificate acknowledged by WHO — if you have been vaccinated or tested properly — then you can move around (next World Health Assembly in Geneva) WHO seem to be on it already


Digital documentation of COVID-19 certificates: vaccination status: technical specifications and implementation guidance, 27 August 2021 Use of scan codes Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum (WEF) Chair Attended From a doctor in Austria It is currently a very emotional situation in my hospital (and in general in hospitals in Austria) because many of us in the health care sector are more or less forced to get a fourth vaccine dose. Even in my case as a physician who has received three doses and one infection just 6 months ago. The rule is that if the last vaccination is more than one year and/or the last infection is more than 6 months ago you either have to test all 72 hours or to get an additional vaccine dose; if not you are at risk of having to pay 500 to 3600 Euros and may even get fired.

Vaccine passports


It’s Worse Than We Thought, What ‘THEY’ Just Declared!!! (Neil McCoy-Ward)

Uncovered Mexican Study Confirms GM Soy Causes Harm to Pancreas

Note: it’s difficult to know whether or not you are eating GM products in NZ because there’s no requirement to label them. Soy is largely GM. Personally I avoid soy unless it’s organic, similarly corn I avoid. GM corn crops were slipped into NZ under Helen Clarke’s watch back in 2000 or thereabouts. Read Seeds of Distrust by Nicky Hager. Also Hard to Swallow by Jeffrey Smith. I made a few inquiries a few years back to the producers of poultry and pork and neither could guarantee non-GM as their feed was unlabeled. EWR

From Sustainable Pulse

In a new revelation reported by GMWatch it has been found that a rat feeding study published in 2008 found that GM soy harms the pancreas, confirming earlier findings in mice.

Source: GMWatch By Claire Robinson

In 2002 and 2003 the Italian scientist Manuela Malatesta published two groundbreaking studies showing damage to the pancreas of mice fed GM soybeans for long-term periods of up to eight months. The GM-fed mice also suffered damaged liver and testes function.

Malatesta paid dearly for her efforts, as she was forced out of her job at the university where she’d worked for ten years and was unable to obtain funding to follow up her experiments.

Malatesta’s studies are well known to those who have followed the troubled history of animal feeding studies with GM foods. But what is less well known is that the pancreatic studies were followed up a few years later in the 2008 study by Mexican researchers – who confirmed her findings.

GM soy is one of the most widely grown GM crops in the world and accounts for over 90% of US-grown soy. It is engineered to survive being sprayed with toxic glyphosate weedkiller. It is not known whether the adverse effects associated with the GM soy diet in either study was caused by the GM crop or the weedkiller, or both.

Pancreas damage

The Mexican study was of a shorter duration – up to 30 days instead to Malatesta’s eight months – and was in rats. The study was led by Ana M. Calderón de la Barca of the Mexican government’s food research agency CIAD.

Calderón de la Barca’s team found that GM soy protein isolate harmed the pancreas, as evidenced by the damaged structure and function of pancreatic cells called acinar cells – specialised structures that synthesise, store, and secrete digestive enzymes. The control group of rats eating non-GM soy protein isolate showed no such effects.

Some of the changes in the GM soy protein-fed rats reflected the symptoms of pancreatitis – inflammation of the pancreas, a disease that, in humans, affects digestion and can cause nausea, vomiting and severe pain.

Analysis at a molecular level supported the histological findings of pancreatitis caused by the GM soy. A known marker for pancreatitis is pancreatitis-associated protein (PAP). An increase in PAP messenger RNA (mRNA) and consequent increase in PAP protein indicates acute pancreatitis, a form of the disease in which the pancreas becomes inflamed over a short period of time.

“Recovery” not reassuring

The GM-fed rats started showing harmful changes to the pancreatic acinar cells as soon as five days after starting the GM soy diet. However, they recovered after 30 days, while still on the GM soy diet, as the changes in pancreatic cells returned to normal. The researchers interpreted this phenomenon as “a mild pancreatic injury with an adaptive response”.

GMWatch does not find this recovery reassuring, as we don’t believe it makes sense to injure the body’s organs, even temporarily, just by eating food. The researchers agree – they pointed out in their conclusion that there’s no way of knowing what would happen if the rats – or the humans that they are supposed to represent in such studies – continued eating GM soy over the long term. They might similarly recover, or they might not.

Importance of microscopic examination of organs

Animal growth and protein efficiency (amount of weight the animal puts on for each unit of protein eaten) for both non-GM and GM soybean diets did not show differences. This is a similar finding to those of previous studies, including Monsanto’s own study, conducted to support commercialisation of GM soy.

The Monsanto “safety assurance” study concluded that the nutritional value of GM soy was equal to that of non-GM soy, though interestingly it also found damage to pancreatic cells in the rats fed unprocessed GM soy (inflammation and death of acinar cells), which, however, the authors dismissed as unrelated to the GM diet.

The Mexican study, as well as Malatesta’s and others, show the importance of looking at GM-fed animals’ organs on the microscopic (histopathological) level, as this is where otherwise invisible harm can show up.

Safeguards may be removed from new experimental GM foods

It’s useful to remind ourselves of these studies as governments and GMO industry lobbyists move to remove safeguards from a new experimental generation of GM foods and crops amid claims that they are safe. Assurances that new GM gene-edited foods, crops and animals, unlike the first generation GM crops tested by the Mexican team, don’t contain foreign genes or DNA are lies. Gene-edited GMOs can unintendedly incorporate fragments of foreign DNA in their genome, which can persist in the final product, or they can be contaminated by foreign DNA present in materials used in tissue culture. In addition, gene editing can be used to deliberately insert foreign DNA.

However, the risks of new GM gene-edited foods and crops are not confined to the insertion of foreign DNA, but can result from the most apparently small and simple gene “edit”, the gene disruption type known as SDN-1, as a scientific review shows.

As far as we know, no one has carried out an animal feeding study with new gene-edited foods, crops, and animal products such as meat and dairy. So their safety profile remains unknown.



Photo: Sustainable Pulse

Pfizer and Moderna to Investigate Their Own Vaccines for Myocarditis Risks

Note: it’s what corporations do …. with impunity. Watch The Corporation movie. EWR

From eclinik.net

Why is Big Pharma investigating their own covid vaccines for myocarditis side effects if the vaccines were already supposedly tested and proven safe and effective?

Both Pfizer and Moderna have announced that they will be undertaking studies to determine the longer term risks of Myocarditis (an inflammatory condition of the heart which can lead to death) for people who have been injected with the mRNA based covid vaccines.  The decision comes after the release of multiple medical studies which show a correlation and causation between the vaccines and an exponential increase in heart problems, specifically among men 40 years old and younger.  Only a year ago the link between covid vaccinations and myocarditis was widely denied. 

Studies also show that myocarditis risk increases with the number of boosters a person has taken.



Photo: eclinik.net


Remember this 2017 post? .. consent? This is outrageousEWR

From responsibletechnology.org
Originally posted by MSN on October 2nd, 2022

Scientists have managed to turn one of the deadliest insects into a vaccine delivery system. According to new reports from NPR, a clinical trial for a system meant to use mosquitoes to deliver vaccines has been underway in the United Kingdom. The findings of the trial have been published in Science Translational Medicine.

According to the paper, scientists were able to genetically modify parasites to deliver malaria vaccines through mosquito bites. It’s an intriguing proposition to use mosquitos to deliver vaccines. It sounds horrific on paper and even more horrific when you see the photos featured in a report on the trial from NPR.

Those photos can be seen in the original report and show the results of trial participants being bitten hundreds of times. To get the desired effect of the mosquitos delivering the vaccine, scientists loaded them with genetically modified parasites known as Plasmodium falciparum. In the past, scientists have tried to do something similar. However, this is the first time CRISPR has been used to accomplish it.

The result is basically 1,000 small flying syringes, a researcher told NPR. And based on the photos featured in that same report, it does look like that, as one image shows a participant’s arm wholly covered in welts from the mosquito bites they suffered. The biggest problem with using mosquitos to deliver vaccines for malaria, though, is the effectiveness.

According to the study’s results, 14 of 26 participants who were exposed to malaria contracted the illness. That means the mosquito vaccine delivery system is only around 50 percent effective. But, that doesn’t mean this was a failure — it just means that some improvements need to be made. It’s also important to realize that the scientists don’t intend to release swarms of genetically modified mosquitos, either.

Instead, they want to use the mosquitos to deliver vaccines in a more controlled fashion. The researchers told NPR that releasing a massive number of these mosquitos is an intriguing proposition. But, doing so would raise very deep questions about medical consent and bioethics as they couldn’t control who was inoculated and exposed.



Image by Pete from Pixabay

Glyphosate and Roundup: All Roads Lead to Cancer – New Study

From GM Watch via Sustainable Pulse

(Note: article is from Feb 2022)

New findings add to other observations linking glyphosate and Roundup to cancer. Report: Claire Robinson

Glyphosate and Roundup lead to changes in gene regulatory microRNAs (miRNAs or miRs) linked with cancer, newly published data show. The analysis, of a type known as small RNA profiling, was conducted in liver tissue from rats exposed to glyphosate and Roundup MON 52276, an EU-approved formulation, over 90 days.

In the new results, Roundup MON 52276 was found to reduce the levels of miR-22 and miR-17, whereas glyphosate decreased the level of miR-30 and increased the amount of miR-10. These changes in miRNAs are important because they are known to alter the expression of crucial cell growth regulator genes, which can lead to the development of cancer.

A gene function that is central to multiple cellular processes, p53, is a particular target of these miRNAs. The miRNA changes can lead to alterations in p53 gene expression, as has been found in multiple types of cancer in humans.

The link between the changes in miRNAs and p53 gene expression is consistent with the findings within the same study showing gene expression changes in Roundup- and glyphosate-exposed rats. The gene expression changes strongly imply a p53 pathway DNA damage response. DNA damage is a major risk factor for cancer development.

Furthermore, increases in miR-10 have been found in other studies to be associated with leukemia, a blood cancer. The increase in mir-10 caused by glyphosate exposure in the experimental animals may provide one mechanism by which users of Roundup have succumbed to another blood cancer, known as non-Hodgkin lymphoma. These results could strengthen the legal cases of the cancer sufferers in the US who are suing Bayer/Monsanto because they believe that exposure to Roundup caused their disease. Three such cases have already been decided in favour of the plaintiffs.

Study lead Dr Michael Antoniou of King’s College London said, “The new data showing changes in miRNA patterns add yet more evidence to the cancer-causing potential of glyphosate and Roundup. What is more, our results show that it is not just Roundup, which is a mixture of glyphosate with various additives, that has carcinogenic potential, but also glyphosate alone.”

Previously reported findings

The new data confirm and build on previously reported findings that were published as a pre-print in April 2021, which GMWatch reported on. The study with the additional findings has now passed peer review and is published in the prestigious journal, Toxicological Sciences.

The pre-print version of the study had reported that glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides such as Roundup activate mechanisms involved in cancer development, including DNA damage – and these effects occur at doses assumed by regulators to have no adverse effects. The data suggest that the DNA damage was caused by oxidative stress, a destructive imbalance in the body that can cause a long list of diseases. Oxidative stress is the likely cause of the damage seen to the liver, leading to an inflammatory (immune type) response, which in turn can cause DNA damage.

Crucially, the study found that the isolated active ingredient of Roundup – glyphosate – damaged DNA. This finding, according to the EU’s pesticide law, should result in a ban on glyphosate and all its formulations.

All these findings are carried over into the peer-reviewed version of the study.

How the study was done

The study builds on the findings of a previous one by the same authors. In the previous study, the researchers had compared the effects in rats of MON 52276 with those of its “active ingredient”, glyphosate, tested alone. The findings showed that glyphosate and Roundup herbicide, given at doses that regulators say are safe, resulted in the animals suffering gut microbiome disturbances and oxidative stress, with indications that the liver was affected and possibly damaged.

In the current followup study, the researchers analysed the liver tissue from the same rats to see if damage had indeed occurred.  

The researchers carried out some of the standard tests that regulators require the pesticide industry to conduct to gain market authorisation for their products – namely blood biochemistry and kidney and liver histopathology (microscopic examination of tissue).

They also carried out in-depth tests (molecular profiling) that are not demanded by regulators or typically carried out by the industry. One type of test looked for adverse effects at a profound molecular level of biological functioning through analysis of gene expression (transcriptomics) and epigenetics (DNA methylation) in the liver and kidneys. Another type of test, using specialised genetically engineered cell lines, was intended to highlight changes in function linked with cancer formation.

In addition, the researchers carried out tests that can detect direct damage to DNA.

Roundup causes fatty liver disease – confirmed

The standard tests, histopathology and blood biochemistry analysis, found adverse effects from the Roundup treatment, namely a dose-dependent and statistically significant increase in fatty liver disease and liver cell death.

The finding of fatty liver disease from exposure to the MON 52276 formulation of Roundup confirmed the same researchers’ previous observation that an ultra-low dose of another Roundup formulation, Roundup Grand Travaux Plus, administered to the same strain of Sprague-Dawley rats over a 2-year period, caused non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

An increase in liver and kidney lesions was also detected in animals treated with glyphosate, although this did not reach statistical significance. However, the authors commented that an experiment of longer duration using more animals may have resulted in statistical significance.

Non-standard tests most revealing

Worryingly for public health, it was the non-standard molecular profiling tests that are not required by pesticide regulators that were most revealing.

First, Roundup was found to alter the expression of 96 genes in the liver specifically linked to DNA damage and oxidative stress, as well as disruption of circadian rhythms or “body clocks”. The most affected genes in liver also had their expression similarly altered in kidneys. Crucially, a core set of genes whose expression was altered by Roundup was similarly changed in the glyphosate-treated animals. This strongly suggests that the key changes in gene function reflective of oxidative stress and DNA damage was due to glyphosate and not the additional substances (adjuvants) present in the Roundup formulation.

Second, direct DNA damage to the liver was found to increase with glyphosate exposure.

These findings potentially constitute a bombshell that could end the authorisation of glyphosate in the EU. That’s because the EU pesticide regulation (1107/2009) has what’s known as hazard-based cut-off criteria. This means that if a pesticide active ingredient is shown to cause a certain type of harm to health at whatever dose, it must be banned. One of the named types of harm is damage to DNA. The discovery that glyphosate alone damages DNA in a living animal should, if regulators follow the law, result in a ban on the chemical.

Third, both glyphosate and Roundup were found to cause epigenetic changes known as DNA methylation. Epigenetics describes layers of molecular structures associated with DNA that control the underlying function of genes. The defining feature of epigenetic changes is that they can alter how genes work but do not involve changes to the actual DNA sequence. These types of changes were found at over 5,000 genomic sites for glyphosate and over 4,000 for Roundup. This is a concern because such alterations are typically found at high frequency in cancer tissues.

All findings lead to same conclusion

The researchers performed further laboratory tests in mouse cell lines, which are designed to highlight effects that can lead to cancer formation. Glyphosate and three Roundup formulations were assessed in these tester cell lines. It was found that two formulations of Roundup herbicide, but not glyphosate, activated oxidative stress and misfolded protein responses, both clear markers of carcinogenicity.

Commenting on the totality of the data, Dr Antoniou said, “No matter what molecular measurements we undertook, they all led to the same conclusion: that is, both glyphosate and Roundup are potential carcinogens.”

Other studies, including the industry ones submitted to support regulatory approval of glyphosate, have also found that glyphosate causes cancer in experimental animals. Based on studies in animals and humans, as well as mechanistic data, in 2015 the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified glyphosate as a probable human carcinogen.

Other implications of the new study

1. Ending animal testing is not yet feasible

Interestingly, in the new study, glyphosate was shown to damage DNA in living animals but not in the cell culture system. This shows that in vitro lab tests using isolated cells  cannot fully substitute for evaluations in a living animal because certain effects will be missed. This is because animals (including humans) are whole organisms whose complexity cannot be replicated in a flask, petri dish, or test tube. While many people (GMWatch included) would like to see an end to animal testing, as long as pesticides and other chemicals are allowed to be released into the environment, such a move would put public health at risk.

2. Roundup is more toxic than glyphosate

In summary, in general Roundup was found to be more toxic than glyphosate, confirming and building on previous observations. However, taken together, the results from the various assays conducted show that both glyphosate and Roundup herbicides activate mechanisms involved in cancer development, causing gene expression changes reflecting oxidative stress and DNA damage. Also, glyphosate alone was clearly able to induce DNA damage.

These findings directly challenge the global regulatory practice of only assessing the isolated declared active ingredient (glyphosate) and not the complete commercial formulations (Roundup) as sold and used.

The study further highlights the power of in-depth molecular profiling “omics” methods to detect changes that are missed by relying solely on conventional biochemical and histopathological measurements conducted in standardised industry tests on pesticide active ingredients. The study paves the way for future investigations by identifying gene expression changes and altered DNA methylation sites, which can serve as biomarkers and potential predictors of negative health outcomes resulting from exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides.

3. Results could allow survey of human population for glyphosate herbicide exposure

Commenting on the implications of the results for human exposure monitoring, study lead Dr Michael Antoniou said, “The biomarkers we identified (such as the miRNA and gene expression changes) can be tested for in people, but we don’t know if this particular pattern of biomarkers is unique to glyphosate-based herbicide exposure. Thus the biomarkers would need to be correlated with a history of exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides and measurements of glyphosate in urine.

“If high levels of glyphosate were found in the urine, and this correlated with the biomarkers identified in the new study and the person’s history of glyphosate herbicide exposure, this would indicate that exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides might be responsible for any health effects that are both indicated by our findings and found in the person. These findings should be tested first by investigations of herbicide applicators, as their exposure can be high and details of the particular herbicides used are often recorded, which would enable clearer results to be obtained.”

4. “Safe” and “no effect” doses were shown to be harmful

In the 90-day rat feeding study, different groups of animals were fed three different doses of glyphosate and the glyphosate-equivalent dose of Roundup MON 52276. The lowest dose was the concentration that regulators assume to be safe to ingest on a daily basis over a lifetime (the EU acceptable daily intake or ADI: 0.5 mg per kg of bodyweight per day). The middle dose was the dose that EU regulators concluded had no observable adverse effect (the “no observable adverse effect” level or NOAEL) in industry-sponsored rat feeding studies (50 mg per kg of bodyweight per day). The highest dose was 175 mg, the dose that US regulators concluded had no observable adverse effect.

Adverse effects were found from Roundup exposure at all dose levels in a dose-dependent fashion. These findings show that the glyphosate ADI for the EU – and that of the USA, which is even higher – is not safe to ingest. Likewise, it shows that the EU and US regulators were only able to conclude that glyphosate had “no observable adverse effect” at the levels mentioned above because the tests that they require industry to carry out are insufficiently sensitive.

Study supports plaintiffs in Roundup-cancer litigation

Summarising the implications of the study for the Roundup-cancer litigation in the US, Dr Antoniou said, “Our results are the first to simultaneously show glyphosate and Roundup toxicity in a whole mammalian animal model system and provide a mechanism – oxidative stress – by which DNA damage has been observed in other systems, such as mammalian tissue culture cells.

“These findings show that glyphosate and Roundup score positive in various tests of carcinogenicity – transcriptome/epigenome/miRNA changes, oxidative stress, protein misfolding, and DNA damage – in a living animal (rat) that is accepted as a surrogate for human health effects. In my view, this strengthens the argument that exposure to Roundup herbicides can lead to the type of cancer suffered by the plaintiffs in many of the court cases – non-Hodgkin lymphoma.”





Photo: GM Watch

FLASHBACK: Michael Murphy and G. Edward Griffin on Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (2010) (Corbett Report)

The Corbett Report

FROM 2010: Michael Murphy of Truth Media Productions and G. Edward Griffin of Freedom Force International join us to talk about their forthcoming documentary “What in the World Are They Spraying?” about the Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering campaign taking place in our skies.

SHOW NOTES AND COMMENTS: https://www.corbettreport.com/flashback-griffinmurphy/

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Fluoridation of water is promoted as a health measure when the science indicates multiple toxicities

From Dr Sam Bailey

Warning! Fluoride In Your Water

Fluoridation of water is promoted as a health measure when the science indicates multiple toxicities. I spoke with one of the unsung New Zealand heroes, Kane Titchener who has volunteered his time to combat the authorities’ attempts to poison our water supplies.

Here is what he said about: 

  • The relationship of fluoridation to vaccination
  • The effects of fluoride on the brain and IQ
  • Why your typical doctor or dentist doesn’t know much about fluoride
  • How to protect yourself against fluoride toxicity
  • What kind of toothpaste is best for your family

and much more!

Learn even more here  Fluoride Free NZ

Worldwide  Fluoride Action Network

For kiwis: Buy one of the fantastic Fluoride Free NZ booklets for $20 + postage – please email auckland@fluoridefree.org.nz



    1. Cochrane Review: Water fluoridation for the prevention of dental caries
    2. Harvard review paper: Developmental Fluoride Neurotoxicity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    4. Dr Sam Bailey Video: Can Soft Drinks Be Healthy?
    5. Dr Sam Bailey Video: The Hidden Secrets of Water
    6. Jon Rappoport Interview: Make The Criminals Squirm
    7. Jon Rappoport Interview: The Virus Cover Story
    8. Bashash Study (2017): Prenatal Fluoride Exposure and Cognitive Outcomes in Children at 4 and 6-12 Years of Age in Mexico
    9. Green et al  (2019): Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada
    10. Till et al (2020): Fluoride exposure from infant formula and child IQ in a Canadian birth cohort
    11. Goodman et al (2022): Iodine Status Modifies the Association between Fluoride Exposure in Pregnancy and Preschool Boys’ Intelligence
    12. NZ herald 2014: ‘Fluoride is safe and effective’
    13. Fluoride Free NZ Water Tips
    14. Childsmile program Scotland
    15. Fluoride levels in tea
    16. To buy one of the fantastic Fluoride Free NZ booklets for $20 + postage – please email auckland@fluoridefree.org.nz
    17.  JAMA Pediatrics Editors’ Summary 12min Podcast 



    We need to encourage our children and grandchildren to appreciate Nature by including them in some gardening activities.

    I believe that young children have a natural infinity with plants and insects when they are allowed to explore our gardens.

    Children learn many things by mimicking their parents and are often keen at a young age to assist in various gardening activities.

    I remember as a toddler spending many hours in the garden collecting caterpillars off the cabbages and feeding them to our chooks.

    I also can still remember how good it felt to be part of Nature back then and the same feeling pertains today when I work or wander around gardens.

    Plants that ‘move’ have a fascination for children and a great one for this is Mimosa pudica, the Sensitive Plant, which folds up its leaves when touched.

    They are easy to germinate from seed, grown as a pot plant for a windowsill. (Available Kings Seeds)

    Nice pink flowers also. As the plant matures it has thorns on the branches which incidentally are another attraction for children.

    Cacti with their prickles often appeal to young boys and I had a small collection when I was young and still keep a few.

    Two awesome plants for children to grow are Giant sunflowers and Giant pumpkins.

    Giant Sunflowers; these extra tall sunflowers will grow up to 5 metres tall.(17 odd feet) Grown in full sun in soil that has excellent drainage and lots of manure.

    The giant pumpkins can be monsters which in some cases will weigh over 1000 pounds at maturity. (Half a ton)

    If I was going to grow giant pumpkin, here is what I would do:

    Obtain the Giant pumpkin seeds from a seed supplier. (Atlantic Giant is the type of seed you need again Kings Seeds)

    Pick an all-day-sunny area, then dig a hole about a spade depth and width, chop up the bottom of the hole, so the soil is loose, then fill the hole with chook manure to about two thirds full.

    (Other manure could be used if chook manure is not obtainable, but chook is best)

    Fill the rest of the hole with a good compost and soil mix, 50/50 making a small mound about 12cm tall above the filled in hole.

    Place three seeds in the mound and wet them down with Magic Botanic Liquid (MBL), (20 ml of MBL to 1 litre of water.)

    Water the mount to keep moist with plain water and then every 2 weeks with the MBL.

    Overseas the biggest record vegetables have been achieved with products very similar or the same as MBL. Spraying the foliage of your Giants every 2 weeks with MBL (10 ml to a litre) will also assist in a bigger healthier plant.

    When the seeds germinate select the two smaller ones and carefully remove letting the best one grow on.

    After your pumpkin is established and growing well, give them a drink using Wallys Cucumber Booster, once a week.

    This is a high nitrogen product that is a combination of sulphate of ammonia and potassium nitrate, which you dissolve in water.

    Cucumber Booster is excellent for any plants that enjoys a boost of nitrogen after establishment. It is used for growing cucumbers, pumpkins, zucchini and gourds.

    The MBL and Cucumber Booster can be combined for watering into the soil near the base of the plant.

    Because of the weather patterns we are experiencing, after you plant your seed, cut off the base of a 2 to3 litre plastic fruit juice bottle and place this over the mound, with the cap removed.

    This will give your seed and seedling its own little glasshouse. This is removed once the seedlings germinate prior to culling out the two.

    With the Giant Sunflower a tall strong stake should be put in the ground at seed planting time on the edge of a mound as described previously..

    This will be needed later to give extra support to the plant.

    Another interesting thing to do is once the sunflower gets up about a metre tall, plant 3 or 4 climbing bean seeds at the base of the plant.

    These will grow up the sunflower and also provide extra nitrogen for the sunflower.

    It is a lot of fun plus a great way to get the children away from the TV and video games, showing them there is more to life than a screen.

    Some garden centres run competitions for the tallest sunflower and the biggest pumpkin with various prizes for the winners.

    Aphids are likely to be found on your roses at this time and they can easily be controlled with a safe spray of Wallys Super Pyrethrum. Spray very late in the day just before dusk to obtain the best results.

    Stone fruit trees that had the curly leaf disease will now be producing new leaves free of the problem. The damaged leaves will fall off over time.

    You can if you like, spray the newer leaves a couple of times with potassium permanganate and Raingard just to be sure, but if the disease has finished for the season the sprays will not make much difference.

    A spray of Vaporgard without the potassium permanganate would be more effective in allowing the tree’s remaining leaves to gain more energy from the sun, which is needed to produce a good crop.

    Codlin Moths will start to be on the wing about now so obtain a pheromone trap from your garden centre so you can monitor the best time to spray.

    A number of gardeners have found that a spray of Super Neem Tree Oil and Raingard over the young apples, applied about 5-7 days after an influx of moths into the traps, has resulted in only a very small scar on the mature apple, where the grub took its first and only bite.

    (Note Wallys Super Neem Tree Oil has been cleared by EPA to sell again, just waiting on the new approved labels to arrive later this month)

    Repeat spray 7 days later and then wait for another influx of moths before repeating.

    Add Raingard or MBL to the spray to assist and extend the control period.

    Tomatoes should be doing well if in a sunny, sheltered spot. Only remove laterals on a sunny day when it is not humid or moist.

    Spray the wound immediately with Liquid Copper to prevent disease entering the wound resulting in the possible loss of the plant.

    Ensure that the tomato plants are well supported on stakes during windy times. If you are concerned about blights spray the plants with Perkfection as a preventative, once a month. The same applies for your potatoes.

    For general health of any plants, especially roses and food crops, a two weekly spray of MBL and Mycorrcin works wonders. Spray both the soil and the foliage.

    Avoiding the use of chemical sprays and fertilisers is a must for healthy gardens and plants.

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    New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990. Part II of the Act covers a broad range of Civil and Political Rights. As part of the right to life and the security of the person, the Act guarantees everyone:

    1The right not to be deprived of life except in accordance with fundamental justice (Section 8)

    2The right not to be subjected to torture or to cruel, degrading, or disproportionately severe treatment or punishment (Section 9)

    3The right not to be subjected to medical or scientific experimentation without consent (Section 10)

    4The right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment (Section 11)

     Furthermore, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 guarantees everyone: Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion.
    This includes the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief,

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    New Large Scale Biomonitoring Results Show Increasing Herbicide Exposure in Pregnant Women

    From Sustainable Pulse

    The average level of dicamba herbicide in the urine of pregnant women has increased more than 3-fold since 2017, the year widespread planting of dicamba-tolerant GMO crops began, Heartland Health Research Alliance (HHRA) reported on Tuesday.

    Dicamba levels in urine have risen dramatically compared to levels of 2,4-D.  In 2010-2014, the average level of 2,4-D in urine (0.4 ug/L) was twice the average level of dicamba (0.2 ug/L). But by 2020-2022, the average level of dicamba (0.68 ug/L) exceeded the 2,4-D average (0.575 ug/L) by 18%, despite a 45% increase in the average level of 2,4-D in urine in 2020-2022 since 2010-2014.

    Both herbicides are classified as “possible” carcinogens and are known to increase the risk of reproductive problems and adverse birth outcomes.

    The percent of urine samples with detectable levels of dicamba rose 50% from 2010-2014 to 2020-2022 as a result of the widespread planting of dicamba-tolerant crops.

    Of the 16 pesticide analytes that HHRA testing is able to detect, 5 were in found in 99%-100% of the samples, including 2,4-D. Since 2010, most people in the Midwest have been exposed to 7 or more of these 16 pesticide analytes on a near-daily basis.

    The above new evidence of rising herbicide exposures was presented on Tuesday at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Boston. The “Assessing Herbicide Impacts on Reproduction, Birth Outcomes & Children’s Development” session highlighted evidence pointing to rising risk of herbicide-driven adverse birth outcomes.

    HHRA now has glyphosate and glufosinate results from the analytical lab they are working with, the Centre de Toxicologie du Québec (CTQ) in Canada for around 700 hundred samples spanning 2010 through mid-2022. HHRA also has data from CTQ for another 13 pesticide analytes from about 150 samples collected from 2010 through spring 2022. These results include the levels of 2,4-D and dicamba in the urine of pregnant women.

    HHRA’s new biomonitoring data point to four preliminary findings.

    1. The average level of dicamba in the urine of pregnant women has increased 3.4-fold just since widespread planting of dicamba-tolerant seeds began in 2017.
    2. Recent increases in farmer reliance on glufosinate (Liberty-brand herbicide) is now leading to possibly significant exposures to glufosinate and its primary metabolite 3-MPPA (3-MethylPhosphonicoPropionic Acid).
    3. Some good news — the levels of 8 out of 10 synthetic pyrethroid and organophosphate insecticide analytes have fallen over the last decade or so, including about a 50% decline in the primary metabolite of the organophosphate insecticide chlorpyrifos.
    4. Based on HHRA’s data spanning 17 pesticide analytes, the average person in the Midwest over the last two decades has been exposed on most days to at least 7 pesticide analytes.

    HHRA is highlighting the new data on dicamba and glufosinate because, these are the first, significant datasets collected worldwide on levels of these herbicides in human urine. Such data are essential for regulators, farmers, and the pesticide industry to accurately quantify pesticide risks and when determining whether steps are warranted to reduce exposures.


    New Large Scale Biomonitoring Results Show Increasing Herbicide Exposure in Pregnant Women

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    What Kiwis need to know about the shutting down of the Marsden Point Oil Refinery

    From Liz Gunn @ Youtube:

    EWR comment: note you can read the info & download the report at website link below. The interview however is more in depth.

    We speak with David Trotter (lead researcher and author) & Levi Wulf (sub researcher and editor), who along with Karl Barkley (nautical tracking and sub research), have put together this excellent document which highlights the problems associated with shutting down the Marsden Point Oil Refinery in Whangarei. Operation Good Oil seeks to educate and inform Kiwis, through this document, of the true nature of this crisis, and seeks to find a practical solution for the good of all Kiwis. To contact Operation Good Oil and learn more about this crucial project: Document download – https://docdro.id/r1HIWjF

    Phone – 0800 NZ 4 OIL

    Website – http://www.operationgoodoil.co.nz

    Telegram – https://t.me/Convoy2022OperationGaslight

    FB – https://www.facebook.com/groups/50665…

    From the Website: http://www.operationgoodoil.co.nz

    “Our refinery was numbered in the top 10% of the world for its innovation and efficiency, with new technologies coming on line in the sector of oil refinement we are about to lose our ability to lab and beta test new techniques of recycling such as blue crude and plastic to oil recovery.


    We hope you join us in educating ourselves on what is truly happening in the energy sector in this nation and that you will read the updates and the resources that we will be releasing through our social media and website, we hope to help to spread the word about who and what are truly responsible for the shortages.”


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    Secret “Paraquat Papers” Reveal Corporate Tactics to Protect Weed Killer Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

    The poisoners are still at it … corporations rule … EWR

    From The New Lede
    Posted at Sustainable Pulse

    For decades, Swiss chemical giant Syngenta has manufactured and marketed a widely used weed killing chemical called paraquat, and for much of that time the company has been dealing with external concerns that long-term exposure to the chemical may cause the dreaded, incurable brain ailment known as Parkinson’s disease.

    Syngenta has repeatedly told customers and regulators that scientific research does not prove a connection between its weed killer and the disease, insisting that the chemical does not readily cross the blood-brain barrier, and does not affect brain cells in ways that cause Parkinson’s.

    But a cache of internal corporate documents dating back to the 1950s obtained by The New Lede in a reporting collaboration with the Guardian suggests that the public narrative put forward by Syngenta and the corporate entities that preceded it has at times contradicted the company’s own research and knowledge.

    And though the documents reviewed do not show that Syngenta’s scientists and executives believed that paraquat can cause Parkinson’s, they do show a corporate focus on strategies to protect product sales, refute external scientific research and influence regulators.

    In one defensive tactic, the documents lay out how the company worked behind the scenes to try to keep a highly regarded scientist from sitting on an advisory panel for the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The agency is the chief US regulator for paraquat and other pesticides. Company officials wanted to make sure the efforts could not be traced back to Syngenta, the documents show.

    And the documents show that insiders feared they could face legal liability for long-term, chronic effects of paraquat as long ago as 1975. One company scientist called the situation “a quite terrible problem,” for which “some plan could be made….”

    That prediction of legal consequences has come to pass. Thousands of people who allege they developed Parkinson’s because of long-term chronic effects of paraquat exposure are now suing Syngenta. Along with Syngenta, they are also suing Chevron USA, the successor to a company that distributed paraquat in the US  from 1966 to 1986. Both companies deny any liability and continue to maintain that scientific evidence does not support a causal link between paraquat and Parkinson’s disease.

    “Recent thorough reviews performed by the most advanced and science-based regulatory authorities, including the United States and Australia, continue to support the view that paraquat is safe,” Syngenta said in a statement.

    Chevron issued a statement saying that the company and predecessors had no role in causing the plaintiffs’ illnesses, and it “will vigorously defend against the allegations in the lawsuits.”

    As part of a court-ordered disclosure in the litigation, the companies provided plaintiffs’ lawyers with decades of internal records, including hand-written and typed memos, internal presentations, and emails to and from scientists, lawyers and company officials around the world. And though the files have not yet been made public through the court system, The New Lede and the Guardian reviewed hundreds of pages of these documents.

    Among the revelations from the documents: Scientists with Syngenta predecessor Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. (ICI) and Chevron Chemical were aware in the 1960s and 70s of mounting evidence showing paraquat could accumulate in the human brain.

    Read More Here

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    DOC admits to their recent killing of Kea in 1080 drop (note, killing NZ’s native birds with 1080 is not new)

    This looks like an uncommon occurrence while still insisting the pay off is worth it to continue its use.

    Here is a link to Newshub’s recent news announcement on topic at Youtube:

    “The Department of Conservation has confirmed a number of kea were killed in a recent 1080 drop around Arthur’s Pass. The department says it’s awful, not good enough, and they want to do better.”

    ‘Too big a sacrifice’: DoC confirms kea killed in recent 1080 drop around Arthur’s Pass | Newshub

    However, consider the list below of historic carnage concerning 1080 and the unfortunate Kea:


    And for those new to the topic consider this article I wrote in 2018:

    Why are people so concerned about 1080?

    Photo: Image by Tim from Pixabay

    No dig garden using cardboard (Wally Richards)

    I’m currently doing this with my garden plot. Brilliant idea. Especially if you’re a bit past digging extensively! EWR

    Cardboard boxes are everywhere.

    A lot of products are transported in cardboard boxes, most products we ship out are in cardboard boxes.

    Supermarkets have heaps of medium to large cardboard boxes which they often put into a cycling bin as a friendly way of disposing of them.

    During the week I chanced to have a chat with a gentleman that is doing similar as our company with a range of products to enhance your gardens.

    During the conversation he told me of a method that he suggests to people and gardeners for starting or extending their vegetable gardens.

    A method using cardboard that I had never thought of.

    I have in the past suggested using cardboard as a mulch to suppress weeds which works very well.

    This method is using cardboard to convert part of a lawn area into a productive vegetable garden very simply and very quickly.

    In the past when I have converted a lawn to a growing area I have lifted the turf taking the top 50mm of turf off in squares, stacking them somewhere, grass side down, to rot down.

    Then I would dig over the bare soil before raking off nicely for planting.

    A bit of work but it made a new growing area.

    Now this new way is that you firstly mow the area that you want to convert as low as the mower will let you.

    You then cover the area with cardboard over lapping to ensure a total coverage of the area.

    Do this on a calm day as it is difficult to do when it is windy.

    Over the cardboard you put a layer of purchased compost about 20mm thick and lightly water to settle into place.

    The reason for the purchased compost is that it will be weed free as long as it did not come from a re-cycling source.

    I prefer Daltons Compost as it is good quality and herbicide free.

    Most of the others I wouldn’t give you tuppence for as many are just fine bark with some nutrients added or bark with recycled garden wastes.

    Once you have the cardboard and compost down then it is time to put minerals and nutrients onto the layer of compost.

    I suggest Wallys Unlocking your Soil, BioPhos, Wallys Ocean Solids, Wallys Calcium & Health, Blood & Bone, animal manures, chicken manure, sheep manure pellets and Bio Boost. (As many as available)

    Then we are going to place over these products a further layer of compost 40 to 50mm thick.

    You need to choose a area that is fairly sunny and well away from trees, shrubs and vines as you are creating a great food source for your vegetables and those other bigger plants will try and robe your garden creating lots of fibrous feeder roots in the plot.

    The first season will be ok but the fol,lowing season it will be full of roots and nothing will grow.

    To help prevent this happening and to ensure your vegetable plot has good drainage make a trench around the plot area about to a spade depth.

    This will allow surplus water to drain into the ditch where it will evaporate from sun and wind.

    It will also help prevent some robber roots happening.

    You could lay fence palings on top of this trench to allow a place for the wheels of your mower to ride on when cutting the rest of your lawn.

    Give them a couple of coats of acrylic paint to seal in the tanalised chemicals.

    If you only make your plot about a metre wide then you can work the area from one side.

    If more than a metre wide you need to have a mowing strip on the far side to work all around the bed.

    You should avoid walking on the b ed as it compacts the growing medium.

    One time I did several parallel vegetable beds about a metre wide with lawn in between them at the width of my mower. This allowed me to mow between each growing bed and a nice place to work the gardens from.

    I love the idea of cutting the lawn low, covering with cardboard to suppress the weeds and then covering that with goodies and compost. Instant vegetable plot.

    On existing vegetable gardens that are currently empty except for weeds the same can be done.

    Cover the area with cardboard as above, then the other things ready to plant up.

    The cardboard will break down over time and the worms and soil life love it.

    Then the following year you may want to put new cardboard down over the bed and repeat as above.

    If you have a garden with say oxalis this will bury the plants and tubers and make gardening easier for a while.

    Go to your local supermarket and ask them for their used cardboard cartons or help yourself out of the dumpster.

    If you happen to be near where we are in Marton then I can supply you with some large cardboard boxes to use.

    We are getting g close to Christmas and if you are looking to plant up containers to give away as Christmas gifts then you better get started so they have a bit of time to settle in before you given them away.

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    Here is a video from Charles Dowding’s YT channel demonstrating this method. For those like myself who like a visual demo. There are other related vids at YT that are also helpful if you search. EWR
    New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990. Part II of the Act covers a broad range of Civil and Political Rights. As part of the right to life and the security of the person, the Act guarantees everyone:

    1The right not to be deprived of life except in accordance with fundamental justice (Section 8)

    2The right not to be subjected to torture or to cruel, degrading, or disproportionately severe treatment or punishment (Section 9)

    3The right not to be subjected to medical or scientific experimentation without consent (Section 10)

    4The right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment (Section 11)

     Furthermore, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 guarantees everyone: Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion.
    This includes the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief,

    Photo: screenshot Charles Dowding YT channel

    WHY They Want To Destroy Independent Farmers (Explained)

    Neil McCoy-Ward

    Heart attacks, Heart disease SOARING…Medical Establishment has an “answer”

    Dr. Suneel Dhand

    Read info at Youtube

    How to nail those Kiwi ‘dissidents’

    The NZ Govt’s solution for those who won’t follow the narrative:


    Hear Australia’s Sen Malcolm Roberts speak on covid

    Time for a reblog of this one … 18 months on. Sen Malcolm Roberts frequently calls out corruption. EWR

    Environmental Health Watch NZ

    Senator Malcolm Roberts speaks. Remember him speaking out about the climate change gravy train. (Video at the link, brilliant speech).

    Hear him here also:


    Hear plenty more speeches from Sen Roberts at this link, he majors on exposing corruption:


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    James Corbett separates climate fact from fiction

    via The Activation Podcast: On this episode of The Activation podcast Derrick Broze interviews returning guest James Corbett regarding his work on climate change. James has been researching the claims about climate change since 2007 and has produced dozens of reports and podcast dissecting the various claims about anthropogenic climate change. Derrick and James discuss what the climate change propagandists have right and what they have dangerously wrong. They also discuss the agenda behind the climate change movement. You are not going to want to miss this informative and empowering episode!


    EWR Comment: our info on this topic can be found here. It includes a petition signed by thousands of scientists and a speech by Australia’s Sen Malcolm Roberts who nails it completely. He has also spoken out similarly about the new ‘safe & effective’ medical treatment.

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    Dealing with pests in your lawn (Wally Richards)

    There are three insect pests that are the main problem ones in lawns; grass grubs, porina and black beetle grubs.

    The affect they have on your lawns depends on the number of the pests in a given area.

    A few, will hardly be noticed, where a good number per square foot will damage the grasses and be easy to see. Damage can be seen by bare spots, brown, dead areas or discolored grasses.

    Birds are a very good indicator that there are grubs in the lawn when they spend their time scratching and pecking in certain areas.

    I have gardeners ringing me up about this time of the year to say they have grass grubs in their lawns or that they have dead spots.

    My first question is, how do you know you have grass grubs?

    They usually reply that there is dead areas or that birds are ripping certain areas apart.

    Nether of these are a good indication that there are currently grass grubs actively eating roots near the surface.

    If there are dead areas which have appeared in the spring or early summer then it is likely that grass grubs did cause the problem by eating the roots of the grasses in the autumn and into the winter.

    The grasses would have appeared ok in the winter, even though they had little root system left, because they were not actively growing.

    In the spring when they started to grow on the root system left, which was insufficient to support the grass, thus it browns off and dies.

    In the meantime the grubs have burrowed deep into the soil to pupate and then emerge about October to December as beetles.

    There may well be a few grass grubs in the lawn at this time and by lifting some turf you can soon find out and how many there are per square foot.

    If there are a few like 1 to 5 then its hardly worth while bothering with a treatment, a greater number would be worth while to treat.

    Most likely the reason the birds are working the lawn is for porina caterpillars which live in the soil. Porina come up in the early part of the evening to feed at the base of the grasses.

    These are easy to control by firstly mowing the lawn to allow the spray you are going to use, to reach the base of the grasses where they feed.

    Then in late afternoon mix Neem Tree Oil at the rate of 5mils per litre of warm water and apply that to your lawn area. Using a lawn boy will do the best job to get a good coverage.

    (Note EPA has just about completed our application under the new requirements for all Neem Oils and we should be back selling later this month.)

    That night when the grubs come up to feed they will get a dose of Neem and that turns off their ability to ever eat again.

    If the birds eat them they will not be affected and worms in the soil will be ok too.

    The time to treat for grass grubs in the lawns is in the autumn when the soil is moist and they are feeding near the surface. The other time is when they are beetles which is about now.

    With porina they can be treated all year round whenever they are present.

    Treatment for grass grubs and black beetle grubs can either be a strong chemical one or a safe natural one such as Wallys 3 in 1 for lawns which is a mix of Eucalyptus and Tea Tree oils.

    This will not harm wild life, pets or worms, where the chemical ones will.

    To treat the grass grub beetles you can use the method described in my first book, Wally’s Down to Earth Gardening Guide, extract;

    Grass grub adults emerge in October, (as beetles) and are active until about mid-December, depending on weather conditions and exactly where they are in New Zealand.

    The cooler the temperature, the later they emerge. The adults will start to emerge in mild conditions, when the soil temperature reaches about 10 degrees, they then mate, fly, eat and lay eggs in the short space of time between dusk and early evening.

    As they tend to fly towards light, you are most likely to know they’re there when the flying beetles hit your lighted window panes.

    This very attraction for the light has become one of our best weapons in controlling the pest in its adult stage.

    You can set up a grass grub beetle trap by placing a trough, such as the one used when wall-papering, directly underneath a window near a grassed area.

    Fill the trough with water to about two-thirds of its capacity, then place a film of kerosene on top of the water.

    Put a bright light in the window, the beetles fly towards the lit window, hit the glass and fall into the trough. The kerosene acts as a trap, preventing the fallen beetles from climbing out.

    You can extend this method to areas away from the house by using a glass tank, such as might be used for an aquarium.

    Place the empty tank into a tray containing several inches of water (and the kerosene), and position a light inside the glass tank.

    By adding a sheet of ply or something similar over the top of the tank, you will ensure that the light shines only through the sides of the tank above the waiting water and kerosene.

    It is better to use a dome-shaped battery-powered light rather than an ordinary torch for this job as the bigger light makes the trap more effective.

    If the tray and tank are raised off the ground and placed on something like a table, you will get an even better result.

    However you set up your beetle trap, this is a very good method to dispose of the pests.

    Simply get rid of all the beetles caught the next morning by flushing down the toilet or feeding to chooks.. Run this system (call it Wally’s Grass Grub Beetle Catcher, if you like) from just before dusk to about 2 or 3 hours after sunset.

    We know now how to make the grubs’ preference for light work against them, but light can also work in their favour.

    If you have un-curtained windows in rooms which are lit at night, you will find grass grub beetles from yours and neighboring lawns will be attracted to the area during the early hours of the evening.

    Street lighting is probably the worst offender, and people with areas of lawn near street lights often find those are the parts worst-affected by grass grubs.

    The beetles will eat the foliage of various plants such as roses, beans and citrus while on the wing.

    Those plants that are being eaten can be sprayed with Neem Tree Oil.

    If the populations of beetles are very high then in the early part of the evening take a torch and check the plants that are being eaten.

    If you see lots of the brown beetles then mix up a spray of  Wallys Super Pyrethrum added and go out and spray the pests.

    The pyrethrum is a quick knock down and should wipe out good numbers of them.

    The more beetles you can kill means less damage to your lawns next year.

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    New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990. Part II of the Act covers a broad range of Civil and Political Rights. As part of the right to life and the security of the person, the Act guarantees everyone:

    The right not to be deprived of life except in accordance with fundamental justice (Section 8)

    2The right not to be subjected to torture or to cruel, degrading, or disproportionately severe treatment or punishment (Section 9)

    3The right not to be subjected to medical or scientific experimentation without consent (Section 10)

    4The right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment (Section 11)

     Furthermore, the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 guarantees everyone: Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion.
    This includes the right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion, and belief,

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    “We’re watching NZ!” (Former Fox News anchor)

    Redacted 1.37M subscribers 351,778 views Nov 3, 2022New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants to treat words as weapons and crack down on them. Which may be the reason that we haven’t heard much about the farmer protests that are protesting carbon emissions targets that will destroy their business. Ardern also says that she supports a global World Health Organization with international laws. Yikes! These are all concerning proposals. We’re watching New Zealand! ✅ Sign up for our Free DAILY newsletter delivered right to your inbox first thing in the morning. ➜ https://redacted.inc

    Clayton Morris is a former Fox News anchor. In Redacted, Clayton and his wife Natali take an in-depth look at the legal, social, financial, and personal issues that matter to you. They want to set the record straight and bring you the stories nobody else is telling. Along with the facts and the full picture, Redacted offers real-world analysis without an agency driven by corporate overloads. With Clayton’s extensive journalism experience, he isn’t afraid to demand the truth from authorities. Redacted is an independent platform, unencumbered by external factors or restrictive policies on which Clayton and Natali Morris bring you quality information, balanced reporting, constructive debate, and thoughtful narratives.

    Kiwis were warned away back in the ’80s about the coming destruction of the farming sector. See the writings and videos of late NZ evangelist and investigative author Barry Smith who worked out their plan long before it was ever in the news. He was called a nutter back then. The same as we following in the past two decades have been. Not a conspiracy theory any more. It’s cold hard fact. EWR

    US OBGYN challenges NZ Doctor’s recommending of the CV VX during pregnancy

    Two important interviews with Dr James Thorpe … EWR



    What is happening with babies and mothers?

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    US Physician Societies are completely CORRUPTED: Why I refuse to join any of them

    Dr. Suneel Dhand 280K subscribers 44,354 views Oct 18, 2022I will not be joining any of these again or attending their conferences. Join my Red-Pilled Community and Follow me on Locals, the uncensored platform, for more open and real discussions: https://drsuneeldhand.locals.com Subscribe to my Newsletter here: https://suneeldhand.com/newsletter/

    Silenced NZ Medical Professionals speak out

    An MD and a midwife speaking out.


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    Overseas rates of cancer, cardiac events & respiratory conditions are up, yet NZ figures are not being made available… Why?

    From hatchardreport.com

    In 1923 three of America’s largest corporations formed a company to add tetraethyl lead to petrol. They omitted to mention it included lead and simply called their additive ‘ethyl’.

    Almost immediately, production workers began to exhibit the discoordination and confusion that mark those severely poisoned by lead. Bill Bryson records that almost immediately, the Ethyl Corporation embarked on a global policy of calm but unyielding denial that would serve it well for decades.

    In 2020 the world’s largest pharmaceutical corporations introduced biotech experimental injections derived from risky gene therapy research, they called them ‘vaccines’ because vaccines are universally recognised as safe and effective. Their products were neither. Even early recipients had high rates of injury, death, and pregnancy complications. Simultaneously, the manufacturing corporations obfuscated and hid this data and launched a global campaign of public relations and political lobbying on a scale never before seen in the field of public health.

    If you think this is a conspiracy theory, think again. Time you looked at our Ministry of Health statistics with an open mind.

    The latest MoH data on Covid deaths shows that 53% of the New Zealand population are boosted but account for 71% of Covid deaths, whereas 16% are unvaccinated and account for just 12% of deaths.

    Still births per 1,000 in 2021 are up 10% compared to pre-pandemic rates and our birth rate per 1,000 population is down 10%.

    Our hospitals and emergency services are still overwhelmed and no one knows quite why. Overseas rates of cancer, cardiac events, and respiratory conditions are up where data is published, but the New Zealand figures are not being made available. Why?

    All cause mortality has reached record levels in 2022, at one point 26% above historical levels. The number of excess all-cause deaths greatly exceeds the number attributed to Covid.

    Dr Helen Petousis-Harris, New Zealand’s leading vaccinologist, in an interview on 11th October with Radio New Zealand said:

    I wouldn’t be running out to get myself boosted. I don’t think it would be particularly useful. I don’t see any evidence to suggest it is going to benefit me.”


    And yet MPs are sitting and considering a Bill to allow coroners to avoid recording a cause of death, while MoH is gearing up to regularise mRNA vaccination. In other words, parliament feels that less investigation is called for, not more. Why?

    You are possibly also unaware that the origins of the Covid virus are increasingly well understood. A published scientific study has uncovered multiple microbiological signatures of synthetic genetic splicing in the Covid viral DNA, while even heavily pro-vaccine publications like Propublica have located a smoking gun in Chinese documents. Covid-19 came from a lab accident in Wuhan.

    I needn’t remind you that the lab leak origin of Covid was labelled a conspiracy theory last year by Te Punaha Matatini. Nor that government with cross party support has poured millions into saturation advertising and MSM coverage telling the public that mRNA technology is safe and effective. It isn’t.

    Little has been said recently about the Ardern doctrine that the government should be ‘our one source of truth’. The folly and naivete of this pronouncement from the lectern is now obvious. Science is a process that cannot be rushed to conclusions, it can only be based on evidence. We should not have insisted that the whole population be coerced to participate in experimental biotech interventions.

    The purchase agreement we signed with Pfizer included the rider that the government acknowledges that the long term outcome of mRNA vaccination is unknown. The implications of this never filtered down into our pandemic policy. The government chose to endorse safety without evidence. The long term health outcomes of mRNA vaccination and pandemic policy remain unknown.

    Repeated representations to government to include vaccination status on death certificates have been ignored. Without this, meaningful research into the effect of pandemic policies is impossible. The implication of a cover up is hard to avoid.

    The absence of meaningful public debate, the suppression of a free press, the cancellation of dissenting expert opinion, and the politicisation of science are all hallmarks of a repressive state overreaching itself. It does no credit to New Zealand and endangers the future of our civil society. Time to wake up.

    Guy Hatchard
    29 October 2022