Atty. Sue Grey tells Dr. Bryan Ardis: New Zealand’s COVID response causes more serious harm than the disease itself – Brighteon.TV
The harm from New Zealand's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) response is more serious than the disease itself
, according to lawyer and politician Sue Grey.
"New Zealand's just got to get some courage and stand up and say we've had enough, we're not doing this anymore. The harm from the COVID response is so much more serious than the harm from COVID. We've had massive increase in suicides, depression, anxiety, heart issues and cancers because people are not getting the treatment they need," Grey told host Dr. Bryan Ardis during the August 10 episode of "The Dr. Ardis Show" on Brighteon.TV
The New Zealand government still doesn't allow unvaccinated health workers to go back to work. Grey said they don't have enough healthcare workers and a large part of the island nation's midwives have left work because they generally don't like vaccinations and have been fired because of it.
"The harm from the COVID responses is just devastating New Zealand and the government propaganda's divide and conquer is even worse. New Zealand is our country; we've always been unified and we've always been fair-minded people," Grey stated.
The Kiwi lawyer
, who has been active in law reform on a range of human rights, health, environmental and resource allocation issues, cited the insidious propaganda blaming people for this or that has really caused a lot of harm in the country.
Grey said a lot of New Zealanders have actually left the country. She mentioned that almost a million New Zealanders from their population of five million have either left or want to leave New Zealand because of the government's COVID response.
The Nelson-born lawyer, who is now based in Tauranga, said these New Zealanders will go back home and fight even harder because they cannot let the government get away with it.
"We want our country back for our people. And we want it back just on the same level playing field that we had it before. We don't need to keep being afraid," Grey said.
Police officers assault protesters at Parliament grounds
Grey also mentioned that hundreds of New Zealand police officers have assaulted people peacefully protesting at the Parliament grounds. These assaults have caused very serious injuries to some of the protesters. (Related: Dutch protesters march on the streets of Amsterdam to protest COVID lockdowns
She added that a lot of groups went back to hold smaller protests around the country while other people have gone home to share the word of what happened and inspired communities all around New Zealand to start asking questions about what the government is doing.
Tens of thousands of New Zealanders were involved in the protest that happened at the Parliament in Wellington. And according to Grey, the government has not apologized for the way it handled the disbandment of the protest.
Grey noted that there are around 2,000 complaints filed against the police because of the incident.
The lawyer also told Ardis that most of the people in her country got the shots to keep their jobs. Grey also questioned the government's claims that 95 percent of people in New Zealand have been at least double-vaccinated.
"I don't know where they get those figures, but I'm sure the government is just putting out made-up statistics," she said, adding that the percentages of vaccinated and unvaccinated New Zealanders are much more like 50-50.
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