Jacinda Ardern is sending police around to people’s houses to silence opposition to her government
The Stop 5G Global Protest in Whangarei, Northland New Zealand. Thank you to those who took part in the protest because 5G is a technology that is not been proven safe yet and it should not go ahead.
I used my iphone 6 to record footage and audio; I use DaVinci Resolve 12.5 to edit the footage.
For more information on the danger on 5G technology visit: https://www.5g.org.nz/
25 November 2019
A taskforce established by the Agriculture Minister to look at animal welfare issues around the practice of winter grazing has made a raft of recommendations.
They include expanding knowledge of barriers to adopting improved animal welfare practices, and more active surveillance to ensure animal welfare standards are being met.
Winter grazing sees stock given access to a measured area of forage and shifted in a controlled manner. But the practice has been under the spotlight after photos of mudbound cows in Southland and Otago were released by environmentalist Angus Robson.
“Images of cows up to their knees in mud, unable to lie down and rest and calving in these conditions is unacceptable to me and I’ve heard loud and clear from the public that it’s unacceptable to them too,” Damien O’Connor said in August, setting up the taskforce in response.
The taskforce included industry group representatives and farmers, as well as Robson.
O’Connor said it’s made 11 recommendations to improve animal welfare in intensive winter grazing farm systems.
“I asked the taskforce to do a stocktake of the multiple initiatives that are already underway to promote good winter grazing and identify where we might work more together to improve practices.”
A pan-sector action group would also be set up to implement the recommendations.
“Winter crop grazing is necessary in some parts of the country to provide enough feed for stock at a time when there’s not a lot of pasture, but we must ensure farmers have the right tools and advice to ensure animal welfare.
“As a Government, we’re committed to working alongside farmers to maintain their ability to export on our valuable New Zealand brand and open up new trading markets. Our international reputation depends on getting this sort of thing right, as does our social licence to operate within New Zealand.”
Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) would work with farmers and industry groups to ensure farmers get the help they need.
“I know that many farmers are already changing and adapting their practice and I thank them for the effort. We want to help in that work,” said O’Connor.
“The next step will be the establishment of an action group to begin implementing the recommendations so we can see some progress next winter and beyond”.Eco Liberty Conclusion: It’s that true about the surveillance on Farmers in the name of Animal Welfare in New Zealand; farmer should be concerned about their privacy . Animal Rights Activist have already for surveillance on slaughterhouses according to Brisbane Times Also in the UK according to the The Guardian All slaughterhouses in England will be fitted with compulsory CCTV under plans to be unveiled on Friday by environment secretary Michael Gove, as part of a series of measures to bolster welfare standards and enforce laws against animal cruelty.
To all Farmer if you’re for defending your right to privacy and your livelihood you would no to government surveillance on the farms. Farmers do have their own surveillance system install on their own for security and protecting their property; also catching trespassers and invaders; as well addressing issues that have occur on the farm.
Let say “no” to government surveillance on the farms and protect their farms and their privacy.
While the Climate Alarm call for the Government to declare Climate Change an emergency to get you to pay more tax also to accomplish the globalist agenda . The Real Climate Emergency the oncoming solar minimum that likely occur in the near future that will affect the agriculture globally.
Source: – https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-z…
Crop Loss Map: http://iceagefarmer.com/map/
Also on Bitchute just in case of my channel on You Tube get censored: https://www.bitchute.com/video/RxCd7j…
On this Eco Liberty Vlog Matthew address the reason why the West Coast Regional Council Reject Government Climate Bill. Why Climate Change is nothing to be worry about. Will other Regional Council around New Zealand follow WCRC example and why government Zero Carbon Bill. http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL1901…
For Eco Liberty Point of view: We understand that there are environmental issue on this planet and Climate Change and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is not that list. But there a climatic event coming in near future is call the Solar Minimum and the mini Ice age. Also on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/be3xld…
Dairy farmer Bevan Fox talks about 1080 poison in his dairy shed water supply (footage from most recent aerial 1080 poison operation across the southern Coromandel Peninsula) …
Vinny Eastwood interviewing Michael Feyen The Mayor of the Horowhenua and staunch supporter of industrial Hemp and the potential benefits it could bring his region. http://www.horowhenua.govt.nz
The conversation takes a turn as the correctly titled ‘Right Honorable’ Mayor explains the constraints upon his position,
and the difficulties he’s faced as a local leader trying to get central government (or even his own district councilors) to listen to information about Hemp.
But even then, if they did listen, the laws would then need to be “okayed” by “local government New Zealand” which isn’t even a government department!
It’s an unelected private corporate governance body who unbeknownst to even the interviewer (and likely most of the country) essentially can control how our nations regions are governed and even outrank our own elected representatives!
The ultimate conclusion of this discovery is that Cannabis laws can’t be changed at the local level and need to be changed at the central government level, which is exactly what ALCP is here to do!
Thanks for watching!
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