In New Zealand the courts are now dispensing erroneous Medical Advice

A New Zealand court has ruled a father cannot see his children until he has been vaccinated to protect his children.  The judge also went on to rule that the youngest child must be vaccinated to protect his older sibling.  This is what happens when you appoint unintelligent, partisan political hacks to the bench.  It is hard to tell if this judge is a good party soldier or just plain stupid.  I can make this very simple for him.

  1. There is no such thing as a vaccine that protects other people. Vaccines protect the person who takes them.
  2. You cannot spread a disease that you do not have. It is not dangerous for vaccinated people to have contact with unvaccinated people.  It is dangerous for them to be around sick people, both vaccinated and unvaccinated.
  3. For Children the vaccine is far more dangerous than the virus.  The Judge forced the youngest child to take a treatment that will not protect his sibling but could well end his own life.

In his decision the judge lamented about vaccine misinformation.  He is correct vaccine misinformation is a serious problem and the judge himself is proof of that.  It is impossible to be more misinformed than this judge.

The prevailing narrative is that the vaccines are 100% safe but unvaccinated people are not.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  If the vaccines were 100% safe how do you explain the 1000% increase in vaccinated athletes dying from heart attacks?

2 years ago this whole farce started when the government convinced us that seniors dying during flu season was somehow unheard of.  Now they want us to believe it is absolutely normal for young athletes in peak physical condition to drop dead on live TV.  No one of even average intelligence should believe this yet, incredibly, the only people questioning it are sports broadcasters.


It is always a toss-up for me.  I am not sure if I am more amazed that government even tried this or that we are letting them get away with it.  How the hell did humans ever climb down out of the trees and accomplish anything?

3 replies
  1. Trevor
    Trevor says:

    You have joined me in my questioning how humans ever climbed down out of the trees if they are so incredibly and undeniably unintelligent. I have wondered if there was another virus in the last few decades that infected much of the world and destroyed their cognitive abilities or at least their ability to reason.

    With the overwhelming avalanche of data and evidence showing that this is not about a virus and the vaccines are making people sicker, how can ANYBODY believe the official narrative?

    I have a hard time believing people are that stupid. And yet, here we are.

    • Jason
      Jason says:

      Trevor, there certainly has been another virus that in the last few decades have destroyed much of the world’s ability to think and reason. It’s been our addiction to smartphones. You’ve mentioned previously, in a way the development of smartphones since the mid-2000s have allowed us to consume as much information of all kinds in such an easily accessible manner has singlehandedly removed us from reality and we’ve been on an intellectual spiral downward since then.

  2. Erica
    Erica says:

    Agree. It is confounding, infuriating. I saw on social media that the Irish equivalent of the Girl Scouts, the Girl Guides, will not accept girls who are not vaccinated in order to “stop the spread.” There have been judges in the US in custody cases that say the same. HOW CAN THIS BE. It is actually acknowledged by the CDC and mainstream media that this is NOT TRUE, and you only need eyes and a brain to notice this fact (i.e. everyone I know who is getting covid is vaccinated while the unvaccinated remain well). There are some in power in the US and elsewhere who seems to want to force the public to accept the irrational, the illogical and the untrue. This is dangerous in itself, now we have unstudied, uncontrolled negative medical outcomes from this travesty unfolding in real time. I do struggle to stay hopeful, I admit but I haven’t given up on humanity entirely, yet.

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