New Zealand

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Group.png New Zealand   Sourcewatch SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
NZL orthographic NaturalEarth.svg
Flag of New Zealand.svg
LocationOceania
LeaderPrime Minister of New Zealand
Typenation state
Subgroups• New Zealand Defence Force
• New Zealand Security Intelligence Service
• New Zealand Broadcasting Standards Authority
• Government Communications Security Bureau
Member ofCommonwealth of Nations, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Energy Agency, OECD, UKUSA
SubpageNew Zealand/COVID-19 Ministerial Group
New Zealand/COVID-19 Technical Advisory Group
New Zealand/Leader of the Opposition
New Zealand/Minister of Finance
New Zealand/Minister of Foreign Affairs

New Zealand (NZ) is an island state next to Australia which "has become a preferred bolthole for the ultra rich".[1][2] Its position in the far southern hemisphere renders it less vulnerable to, for example, radioactive pollution released in the northern hemisphere. In 2020 it reported very low casualties due to COVID-19 after aggressively employing contact tracing.

History

Norman Kirk, a NZ Prime minister in the early 1970s died suddenly after moving against the interests of the US deep state.


Policies

Lying about Mass Surveillance

In 2013 Prime Minister John Key promised expressly that if the Government Communications Security Bureau were found to have conducted mass surveillance, he would resign, together with GCSB chief, Ian Fletcher.[3] In 2015, following revelations by Edward Snowden, Nicky Hager proved that GCSB does carry out such surveillance. Indeed, former GCSB chief, Bruce Ferguson, admitted as much. John Key ignored his vow and did not resign.[4][5]

"Terrorism"

In 2002 New Zealand introduced the Terrorism Suppression Act, which remained unused until 2019.[citation needed] The 2019 "Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill" allowed the NZ government to decided. on the balance of probabilities, that someone is a "terrorist", without a need to show any evidence, as Suzie Dawson summarised "then control your work/finances/movements/net access & prevent you telling ppl its happening".[6]

Water Fluoridation

Full article: Water Fluoridation

In 2017 the New Zealand government was aiming to introduce laws to expand Water Fluoridation.[7]

Citizenship

Peter Thiel, the Paypal billionaire, was granted NZ citizenship after making a donation to the Christchurch earthquake appeal, sparking a "passport-for-sale" row.[1]

Drug adverts

As of December 2017, New Zealand was the only country apart from the United States that allowed prescription drug companies to advertise on television.[8]

Internet Censorship

Full article: Internet Censorship

NZ ramped up Internet Censorship greatly in 2019, and again in 2020, claiming that state agencies had the right to censor or remove any online content that they deemed "extremist", "terrorist" or otherwise “objectionable.”[9][10]

Events

Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement

New Zealand was a signatory to the "Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement", a treaty to abrogate state power by elevating the rights of corporations. A poll conducted in December 2012 showed that 64% of New Zealanders thought trade agreements, such as the TPP, which allow corporations to sue governments, should be rejected.[11]

Christchurch Mass Shooting

Full article: Christchurch Mass Shooting

In March 2019, a mass shooting happened in Christchurch. It was livestreamed onto the internet.[12] Four people were arrested. The New Zealand establishment deemed that video of the attack was "objectionable" and so the New Zealand police warned that anyone sharing it could be liable for up to 10 years in jail.[13]


 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
Evacuation from AfghanistanAfghanistanThe evacuation of foreigners from Afghanistan, one of the largest airlifts in history

 

Events

EventDescription
Christchurch Mass ShootingA mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques. It was followed by a crackdown on freedom of speech.
Trans-Pacific PartnershipA secret agreement which abrogates several aspects of national sovereignty in the name of "free trade". The US withdrew in January 2017.

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Auckland University of TechnologyA technical college before year 2000
New Zealand Security Intelligence ServiceNew Zealand's internal spy service
University of WaikatoFrom the beginning, it was envisaged that Māori studies should be a key feature of the new university

 

Citizens of New Zealand on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Jacinda Ardern26 July 1980New Zealand PM quickly feted by the rich and powerful around the world after her 2017 election. Worked for Tony Blair. Responsible for sealing off New Zealand during Covid-19.
Bill English30 December 1961New Zealand politician and PM
Ian Fletcher25 August 1959Former head of the NZ Government Communications Security Bureau
Nicky HagerNew Zealand-based investigative journalist
Norman Kirk6 January 192331 August 1974The 29th Prime Minister of New Zealand. An outspoken critic of US foreign policy, he died suddenly while in office, reportedly due to overwork.
David Lange4 August 194213 August 2005Introduced New Zealand's nuclear-free policy
Trevor LoudonFounder of Keywiki and Campaign for a Soviet-Free New Zealand
Mike Moore28 January 19492 February 2020New Zealand Labour leader who became leader of the World Trade Organization, attended the 2000 Bilderberg.
John Morgan195719 November 2015An investigative journalist who has written a series of books about the death of Diana Princess of Wales which convincingly demonstrate that her death was NOT accidental
Michael Joseph Savage23 March 187227 March 1940
Richard Tomlinson13 January 1963
Clifton Webb8 March 18896 February 1962


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