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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

Why Connor will put everything on the line for Freedom


This is Connor, a farmhand from up North. Connor, his sister, Sarah, and his mates got in their cars and joined last Tuesday's freedom convoy to Wellington, and they've been here ever since. Connor had only the clothes he was wearing and his phone is now lost in the mud. He's now wearing our youngest son's clothes.

Connor tells me God called them. You see, they lost their best mate, a fit young man not long ago. He was in intensive care within 3hrs of his final jab and is now dead. This is a story Alofa and I have heard too many times since October. We were called at 4 am on Sunday to come down to the Freedom Village because Connor was going down with hypothermia. Once at our home he was okay after several hours, showered, had a good sleep, and a feed of bacon and eggs. Then he was back in the front lines.

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Connor tells us he is prepared to die for his people. These young men and women, some here with their babies, are not going to leave until the Government acts with decency and rolls back these mandates. It is no longer the virus: it is a battle for our freedoms. Like Connor, Alofa and I are sick to death of being treated like Leppers just because we reduce to inject a drug that we do not need and which may damage our genetic code. Mallard's response is to turn on the water sprinklers to blast the people with loud music while a public emergency is evolving. Earlier, somebody ordered the police to attack the peaceful gathering which, like the sprinklers and the music, were public relations disasters for the instigators. I had two Drs come by 7 am on Sunday: they had driven all the way from Northland to lend medical support at the Freedom Village if needed. Other than to say, 'Hi!", they dropped off a big bag of the most delicious avocados, a gift from a mutual friend. People are so kind and generous! There are makeshift medical facilities that were erected on the grounds of Parliament, next to the Hari Krishna tent. If you still cannot understand why Alofa and I are so emotional to the point of tears, just talk to Connor and the thousands more - yes, there are thousands and thousands of casualties in NZ including as many as 2,000 deaths, but they are being ignored, and there are more to come. This is a national disaster! The government's own statistics support this claim. I'll write more about this soon. Just one point:

People keep quoting me the official science to justify these mandates and vaccines. I'm so over the official science which is all lies anyway: Be humane and open your eyes to what is going down in front of you. You do not need science and statistics to know what you can see with your own eyes - so long as you open them, then look!

Neither do Connor and his mates need the science. The memory of their mate whose life was cut so short for the sake of injecting a drug he had no need for is all they need in order to know what is the right thing to do.

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