Michael Stace talks about COVID-19, democracy, politics and environment

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Campaign director for AdvanceNZ Michael Stace attended a protest in Wellington on Saturday to voice opinions opposing the Government on current COVID-19 lockdowns and wanting to put an end to them due to financial downpour of the countries economic drop due to COVID-19.

Michael says that he and his team was there to support the people of New Zealand due to an ‘outrage’ of lockdowns that make no sense.

“It is our goal to write a new constitution, a peoples constitution, a bill of rights that actually works.”

The Government, according to AdvanceNZ policy, has taken all human rights away from New Zealanders, including no rights under destructive police powers that could potentially be abused. At the beginning of July, AdvanceNZ/NZPP (New Zealand Public Party) predicted that in the first or second week of August, another lockdown would happen, and it did happen.

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“We were correct. We also told people that the September election would not occur; we were correct. The information we have now is that the country is going to be locked down again under military law first week in October. Here is what’s happening, this is what she [Jacinda Ardern] wants to do, in-starting next week she is testing 70,000 Aucklanders for COVID using the PCR tests which cannot differentiate between any virus strains nor bacteria,” said Michael Stace.

The testing of 70,000 Aucklanders for COVID-19 using the PCR tests is unproven at this point of time. thisquality understands it is just a theory or speculation and may not be fact.

“We have lots of scientific evidence regarding the PCR test. What’s interesting here is in New Zealand, ESR [Environmental Science and Research] – a Government-owned lab says the PCR test accuracy is between ninety-five per cent and ninety-eight per cent. Worldwide, the PCR test is recognised that it has an error rate of eighty to eighty-five per cent. In New Zealand it works, everywhere else in the world it doesn’t work. Isn’t that interesting,” said Michael Stace.

Source: Michael Feyen

Otaki Candidate for AdvanceNZ/NZPP Michael Feyen also predicted the lockdown would happen hours before it was announced within ‘the next few days’ – you can read the article by clicking here.

“A paradigm difference for New Zealand, we’ve got a wave and we’ve got a party and unlike any party that wasn’t even expected to exist three months ago when it came up, of course, there are things that happened on the inside that everybody is trying to get sorted out and organised, it is a Magnificant effort thus far from the candidates. The people like me that have put our names forward, we are doing a tremendous amount of work to ensure that the wave carries on, but there are some sharks in the waves. We will see how that transpires over the next few days,” said Michael Feyen.

Michael Stace was asked about the testing numbers and also the twenty-two deaths in New Zealand if he believes the numbers are truthful, due to social media claims of the deaths that have not all been related to COVID-19. 

“No. Again, the PCR test cannot differentiate between viruses; what are they actually testing. What are they finding? They are finding the flu. They are finding bacterial infections, and they cannot prove it the test is not fit for purpose. We do [have proof] from families themselves [about the deaths],” said Michael Stace.

He believes the people have the right to see accurate information ‘clearly with transparency’ – “One thing that the laws in this country don’t have, particularly the constitution for the Government. The Government doesn’t have to be transparent-at-all. We have to change that. We cannot fix this problem with the policy, and the Government has to reset.”

On the environment, regarding aerial 1080 poison drops and the management of the ecosystem, Stace has a lot to say believing there are alternatives to 1080, meaning the Government isn’t enforcing, using them or being looked at.

“Those are up [policies] on our website, we have them posted,” said Michael Stace.

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People have a decision to make in October says, Michael.

This interview is not paid for nor endorsed by NZPP or AdvanceNZ.

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