This is a whopper of an interview, I can see why people in the rural sector of NZ are flocking to hear Heather Meri (and Rob Wilson) lay out the UN Agenda 21 and 2030. Plus, the planned addition of the ‘Great Reset’ that the World Economic Forum from Davos in Switzerland is going to superimpose over our planet and civilisation.
This new economic model will cover every survival contingency regarding the well being of the 7.8 billion souls on this planet, including all biota within the biosphere.
Heather Meri says that there is more legislation coming out of Parliament that is going to affect us. However she has addressed about 80 meetings around the country over the past 6 or 7 months - 37 in the North Island. Encouraging groups to form so has to assist in educating their community, but in particular, to do their own research. Some weeks ago she had about 250 people show up to a talk in the Nelson area of Moutere - because people are waking up to what is being planned for them. That there are SNA’s being ‘Significant Natural Areas’ - and the local Council has just sent out letters to people who have land holdings with circles around huge areas of their land saying that this area is going to be designated an SNA a ‘significant natural area’. This may or may not include natural bush or anything that you recognise needing protection - some people had an area of gorse … but what Heather Meri says - it's a blatant land grab … that once this land is designated an SNA you still pay rates on it - but you have to fence it off - you have to do the weed control, but you are not allowed to put animals on it or to use it.
Land owners are aware of the need to protect special areas in NZ, and people that Heather Meri knows, are already availing themselves of Queen Elisabeth 2 Covenants and Riparian planting - and fencing off native bush. People are proud to take care of our environment here in NZ - she says there may be a very, very, small minority of people who are not playing by the rules and this needs to be addressed - but you don’t blanket legislate the entire country and treat everybody like a criminal and cripple their viability on their farm.
People are losing between 30 to 90% of their land use.
This is shocking … in Kaeo in Northland, we have heard at a people's meeting that 42% of the land in Northland has been claimed as a SNA - that there were a number of people at that meeting who said their entire land holding was designated SNA other than where their house presently stood and with only one meter from the house. Everything else had been designated SNA. ( in a later text to Heather Meri, I said have them photograph that letter and share it with AAG.org.nz - and build up a file.
Sometime this July, legislation is coming on a National Policy Statement on Indigenous Biodiversity - and in this the Government is going to take the criteria for allocating SNA’s - and make it even more wide spread. Heather Meri says now they are including mobile fauna - for example the native falcon - if a native falcon flies over your property and decides to nest in your pine forest - the authorities are going to put a circle around your pine plantation and make it an SNA.
So once you can’t use it or harvest it or plant or run livestock on it - most of the time you are destroying the viability of one's farm.
To the layman this makes no sense - but when you look at the big picture and ask where this is coming from? It’s further up the pyramid of power. You get a crystal clear understanding.
In August 2019 the Prime Minister of NZ was the keynote speaker at the Goal Keepers Conference in New York - a Bill and Melinda Gates initiative where our PM stood up and told the audience how NZ was achieving the goals of implementing Agenda 21 and 2030. Saying that these agendas had already been integrated into our legislation. Though this has been enacted through Parliament basically no-one - meaning ordinary NZers