Science and law are under attack in New Zealand.
This story is an interview with three very brave people in New Zealand—a doctor and two lawyers—who are trying to get the health officials in New Zealand to investigate and explain the nature of the weird-looking microscopic objects that they (and several other teams) have observed when looking at the contents of the vials under an electron microscope.
by: Tessa Lena March 4th 2022
(There is a lot happening in New Zealand right now; just the other day, the police brutally attacked the Wellington protestors and injured a number of people. I will send out a separate update about that.)
The brave people I interviewed are Dr. Matt Shelton, Sue Grey, and an anonymous human rights lawyer who is an active participant in the New Zealand freedom movement but who at the moment cannot publicly disclose her name due to her career situation.
The gist of the story.
A vial was obtained, and its contents were observed under an electron microscope. The findings turned out to be bizarre: the injection seemed to contain microscopic square and rectangular shapes, weird-looking structures that showed up with regularity, objects that seemed to possibly “organize” into more complex structures over the course of several days, etc.
Besides observing the mystery objects with his own eyes, Dr. Shelton also connected with another group of scientists in New Zealand who had followed a similar process and ended up with similar findings (in addition to a group in Spain and a group in the UK). In our interview, Dr. Shelton shared images and videos from that other group as well.
At no point did Dr. Shelton, Sue Grey, or the anonymous lawyer claim to know what those weird objects were. They did, however, become concerned—and so they made their findings available, and they have been very passionately asking the health authorities in New Zealand to please investigate the mystery objects and provide an explanation as to what they are.
The health authorities of New Zealand showed no interest in investigating the vials—but Sue Grey and Dr. Shelton, on the other hand, found themselves under investigation by respective industry bodies! Dr. Shelton’s medical license was suspended as well. In the interview, Sue Grey made an excellent point. If a mysterious contamination were found in any other product, say, milk, the product would be immediately pulled off the shelves, and an investigation would take place. So why is this particular product being treated like it cannot possibly be contaminated? Why is it anathema to look?
We also talked about the anti-mandate protests in Wellington. At the time when we were recording the interview, the protests were festive and joyous—but just the other day, they turned into mayhem after the police attacked, used tear gas, and injured a number of people so badly that they had to be hospitalized. This violence is disgusting and heartbreaking—and as I mentioned, I’ll send a separate story about the protests. Without further ado, here is the interview—and then some additional details that I think are important.
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