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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

Our new visitation policy

covid confusion
COVID Confusion

If you have not already gathered, Alofa and I have not had the mRNA jab, and we don't intend to. We choose not to for several reasons, including:

  • We have safety concerns about the mRNA jab (it is best not called a vaccine).

  • We are showing solidarity with the growing number of people who have suffered serious harm from the jab. I had two more cases of jab-related heart problems yesterday, and that was Sunday - our day off!

  • We are showing solidarity with those who refuse injection with a useless and potentially dangerous drug. Yes, it is an ineffective drug - it's a dud!

  • We have absolutely no idea, but plenty of fears of the possible long term harm, including the drug affecting humanity's intergenerational genetics.

  • We are opposed to injecting this stuff into children and the unborn (pregnant women).

  • We refuse to participate in practices that divide, isolate and discriminate.

If the jab works, why do we still have to wear a mask, socially isolate, close our borders and lock down the country? If the jab works, then why is there not now herd immunity? If the jab works, why whip up fear and hostility directed at those who choose not to have it?

We have decided to speak out. However, we realise we are making ourselves targets for retribution by speaking out. The possibility of our livelihood and reputation coming under attack is real, as is evidenced by what has happened to a growing number of brave and principled scientists and health professionals.


One vulnerability is meeting with clients in person and failing to obey the unscientific and confusing rules for engagement. If we break the rules in even the slightest way and get fingered by a nark, we will feel the heat, and we do not want any of our clients inadvertently getting caught up in what may go down. What has our country come to when we can trust each other?


For this reason, we will no longer see clients in person at our premises. Instead, all meetings and consultations will be either by phone or video. Of course, you may still do our zero contact pick-ups and drop-offs, but we must play the game to survive. I know you will be disappointed with this decision because there is nothing like in-person contact, but this will be temporary: a lot of good people are working to bring this insanity to an end.

Please write or call us if you have any questions.

Be strong, work together!


I've found this to be a good website for those wanting to follow the research:

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