Health insurer won’t cover vaccine injuries

By Jon Doe Readers lucky enough to have private healthcare insurance from the likes of dominant market player Southern Cross were reassured this week that they won’t be disadvantaged should they be injected with a covid ‘vaccination’. Should they suffer any of the reported adverse events, such as going blind, losing their hearing, developing skin…

Open Letter to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern from Sue Grey

Website editor’s note: The following is an open letter to New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (and other Ministers and government officials) from lawyer Sue Grey. It has been re-posted from the link below: As Sue Grey did not receive a satisfactory reply from the government, papers have now been filed in the High Court…

Hacking of European Medicines Agency reveals quality control concerns with Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine

A March 10, 2021 article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) relates how the European Medicines Agency (EMA) was the victim of a “cyberattack” and information obtained as a result was published on the Dark Web and “several journalists – including those from The BMJ – and academics worldwide were sent copies of the leaks”.…

Are Covid-10 vaccines safe for pregnant women?

New Zealand’s Covid-19 vaccination programme began on February 20, 2021 with people working in border-related jobs and their families being the first to be offered the jabs. [1]  At this stage the only Covid-19 vaccine available in NZ is the Pfizer/BioNTech  mRNA vaccine (“COMIRNATY”) and due to the short shelf life of this product once…

Reporting adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccines in New Zealand

A vaccination programme using the Pfizer/BioNtech mRNA Covid-19 vaccine “COMIRNATY” began in New Zealand on February 20, 2021 with border workers [1] and health professionals who work in South Auckland [2] being the first to be offered a jab. If mainstream media were your only source of information on the vaccine, it would seem to…

DNA, RNA and …CEO

These days, scientific acronyms like DNA and RNA have been slipping glibly off people’s tongues almost as often as business related acronyms such as CEO and CFO… If you’re curious about the headline for this article, it was chosen because a certain high profile CEO has been recorded using the acronyms “DNA” and “RNA” in…

Does the NZ datasheet for the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine (“COMIRNATY”) provide sufficient information to facilitate informed decision making?

Published 13 February 2021 Article at a glance Introduction On February 3, 2021, NZ’s pharmaceutical medicines regulator, Medsafe, gave provisional approval for Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine “COMIRNATY” to be used in NZ and published a datasheet for the vaccine on its website.  The vaccine was given provisional approval even though a major clinical trial of the…

Is Ivermectin the “miracle drug” that could end the Covid-19 pandemic?

The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 has caused massive disruption to most people’s lives – and loss of life around the world from Covid-19.  However, one of the positives of the pandemic has been the dedicated research into ways to prevent and treat this new viral infection; research which has encompassed nutrients such as vitamins C and…