In New Zealand, this cyclone did not stop the pretending

In New Zealand, this cyclone did not stop the pretending

Anti-vaccine – Cyclone Duffy, which caused power outages, landslides and evacuations across New Zealand on Sunday, February 13, was not deterred. Anti-vaccine protesters who have been camping for six days in front of ParliamentAnd the As you can see in the video above.

Hundreds of them, inspired by Convoys to combat health restrictions Canadian truck drivers danced in the mud to music that was meant to break them up. Like Canadian truck drivers New Zealand protesters, undermining the capital, Ottawa, are against the government’s strict anti-Covid measures and are demanding an end to required vaccinations for people working in certain sectors such as health.

A very disturbing demonstration.”

Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson acknowledged on television that every New Zealander had a right to peaceful protest, but said these protesters “go far beyond that right”. “I find the rhetoric of this protest very disturbing…there is something sad about it, there is an element of conspiracy theory that people got into,” he said.

Their resolve appears to have been strengthened after the police intervened on Thursday, which led to the arrest of 122 people. Since then, the police have abandoned making arrests and the authorities have tried to discourage them by operating automatic machine guns. Superintendent Scott Fraser said police were continuing to “explorate options to solve the problem”, while Parliament Speaker Trevor Mallard played music including “Macarena” and “Government Covid-19” messages to protesters. They responded by broadcasting their favorite songs.

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Meanwhile, as winds of 130 kilometers per hour swept Wellington and other parts of the archipelago, police asked people to avoid non-essential travel. Many roads were closed due to landslides. North Wellington, homes were evacuated. Several areas suffered power outages, and firefighters responded by falling trees on homes and power lines, flying roofs and flooding.

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