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The Psychological Battle

Covid-19 is a psychological battle. Without proof, people are still thinking that the 'unvaxxed' are the issue.

The campaign 'Don't Divide Us' has performed a poll.

Sign the petition here >

The results to date: ............

29/11/2021: The petition “Don’t Divide Us NZ” has now reached 75,000+ signatures. The petition says “We oppose the ‘no jab no job’ policy, which will create a divided New Zealand. We call on the Government to allow the use of COVID rapid antigen testing as an alternative for unvaccinated kiwis to access workplaces, schools, marae, large gatherings, and places of worship.”

But our nationwide poll which was released last week - and totally ignored by the media - found significant support from New Zealanders for regular testing to be allowed as an option so that kiwis can keep their jobs. While half (50%) of respondents supported an employer being able to sack unvaccinated staff members, 58% of respondents also supported unvaccinated employees being able to keep their jobs if they agreed to have a weekly Covid-19 test. Just 27% were opposed.


Somehow the IDEA that the issue is the naturally immune and unvaxxed has become the public perception and 50% of NZ businesses support tyranny. I would like to find their facts.

Australian Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner 

In defence of his policy, Mr Gunner today said the lives of vulnerable Territorians, including Aboriginal people, could only be protected through a broadscale mandate.

"If you are anti-mandate, you are absolutely anti-vax," he said.

"I don't care what your personal vaccination status is.

"If you support, champion, give a green light, give comfort to [or] support anybody who argues against the vaccine, you are an anti-vaxxer, absolutely."


Let's take a look at the facts.

Death rate on the reduction and not forgetting, if you die of anything, 
and you have Covid-19, you are recorded as having died of Covid-19.

I wonder what the psychological disorder is that is causing these people to be as they are?
The best way to understand this will be to look at people of the past.

The psychological profile of Adolf Hitler

These are the factors to consider:

Looking at common leaders:
  1. Low Capacity for empathy < Yes
  2. Obsession for power < Yes
  3. Theatricality < Yes
  4. Charisma and ability to manipulate < Yes
  5. Perseverance < Yes
  6. Contempt for weakness < Yes
  7. Feelings of inferiority and self-loathing
  8. Difficulties for intimacy
  9. Egolatry and Messiah complex

I need to talk with the Mental Health Foundation