RED Remembrance Day marks one year from the enactment of the covid ‘vaccine’ mandates for healthcare workers, teachers, defence and border workers. It also marks the day that New Zealand was divided into two classes – the ‘clean’ and the ‘unclean’.
The mandates and the ‘No Jab No Job’ policy irretrievably changed our lives and our country. Many were injured, many died. Many lost jobs and businesses. Many lost family and friends.
While many are relieved at the ‘end of covid’ NZDSOS continues to pressure the government and the authorities to abandon the covid injections, acknowledge the harm and serious adverse events and undertake a real “Truth and Reconciliation” type investigation. Our approaches through all the channels that would usually be honoured in a democracy have been met with either silence or persecution. But still, we continue to push and fight back until our voices are heard and the truth is known.
In memory of all those who were hurt, whether injected or not, New Zealand Doctors Standing Out with Science (NZDSOS) in collaboration with New Zealand Rising are holding nationwide gatherings tomorrow, the 15th of November 2022 starting at 12 noon. These will be peaceful gatherings, encouraging the coming together of all to recognise the time we did it hard and to acknowledge that we still are. We will be remembering the suffering and celebrating the resilience of New Zealanders.
We encourage all New Zealanders to wear red in remembrance of injury and come together for this event, for together we are stronger!