Here are some of the people involved in this project.
Billy Te Kahika
Billy Te Kahika Jr, is a New Zealand Māori, international blues guitarist, businessman and former political candidate. Te Kahika attracted national and international media coverage both as the leader of the New Zealand Public Party and for his stance on the New Zealand Government's lockdown restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Billy has been harassed by the New Zealand Government & media for his views. He is a family man, pastor and documentary producer and presenter.
James Corbett is an award-winning investigative journalist who started The Corbett Report in 2007 as an outlet for independent, listener supported alternative news and critical analysis of politics, society, history, science, philosophy and economics.
Dr Rima E. Laibow
Dr. Rima has practiced Drug Free medicine and psychiatry since her graduation from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1970. She is a a noted worldwide for her skips as a clinician, educator and speaker.
Dr. Rima is a prolific Author and taught after speaker, having published numerous articles and books, including 'The Definitive Autism Action Plan' and 'Frequencies Of Grief Relief'.
G. Edward Griffin
G. Edward Griffin is a writer and documentary film producer with many successful titles to his credit. Listed in Who’s Who in America, he is well known because of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them in clear terms that all can understand. He has dealt with such diverse subjects as the Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism, internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy, the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations.
Dr Rashid A. Buttar
Dr. Rashid A. Buttar is a graduate of the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, College of Medicine and Surgery. He trained in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine and served as Brigade Surgeon and Director of Emergency Medicine while serving in the U.S. Army. Dr. Buttar is board certified in Clinical Metal Toxicology, Preventive Medicine, and is board eligible in Emergency Medicine.
Dr Guy Hatchard
Dr. Hatchard is an international advocate of food safety and natural medicine. He has an undergraduate degree in Logic and Theoretical Physics from the University of Sussex and Ph.D. in Psychology from Maharishi University of Management, Iowa. He was formerly a senior manager at Genetic ID, a global food safety testing and certification laboratory.
Gareth Icke is an activist, a singer/songwriter, an author, a former international beach soccer player, and the presenter of ‘Right Now’, an uncensored current affairs show on the Ickonic Network.
Gareth also presents The Walk, a series where he travels across the UK seeking alternative history, legends and folklore, as well as the WTAF podcast.
Senator Malcolm Roberts passion for freedom, responsibility and service are his guiding principles for his work as a Senator for Queensland. He was first elected as a Senator with One Nation in 2016 and returned to the Senate again in 2019. Malcolm has extensive experience and success from within the corporate sector and as a business owner.
Prof Simon Thornley
Simon James Thornley is a New Zealand medical doctor and academic specialising in epidemiology and biostatisticand a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland. Simon is a member of the Covid Plan B group, which has been outspoken about the New Zealand government's management of the COVID pandemic, and along with Billy became the most notable critic of the Government’s Covid-19 elimination strategy.
Brenton Faithfull is a Funeral Director and a Justice of the Peace. He has been in the funeral industry since 1982, and established Faithfull Funeral Services on the Hibiscus Coast in 1993. Brenton confirmed the finding of abnormal blood clots in Kiwis, as reported internationally. He is one of the few funeral directors that his had the courage to speak out.
Tiamara Williams is a New Zealand writer, content creator, executive coach, change maker, TV host and producer. Tiamara and partner Dr Mach Mannui, founded Smart Primary Healthcare clinics across the globe. Tiamara was a candidate for the NZ Public Party. She has been an outspoken advocate against the Covid measures. She is also the founder of Liveblood.
Dr Alison Goodwin
Dr Alison Goodwin MBChB, FRNZCGP has been a doctor for over 25 years, initially working in an Emergency Department then in General Practice for the last 10 years. She has been outspoken about upholding fundamental ethical principles including First Do No Harm, Informed Consent and Right to Decline Medical Treatment. Alison is a member of NZDSOS.
Talk Radio Host, Comedian, Film Maker, Singer/Song Writer. Vinny Eastwood is a New Zealander with more reach into the United States & global truth movement than any other. Comical, cynical, insightful, inspirational, enlightening, the Vinny Eastwood show IS Bad News! Vinny has interviewed and compiled over 6000 published videos and radio broadcasts with over 2000 leading thinkers.
Dr Matt Shelton
Dr Matt Shelton has been a medical doctor since 1985, mostly in primary care and general practice. He has been a lecturer and examiner in integrative medicine and believes passionately in ethical medicine that seeks to discover and resolve causes of health issues and in treating the whole person. Matt is a member of NZDSOS.
Lynda Wharton has been at the forefront of wholistic therapies in New Zealand for almost 40 years. Until her retirement in 2022 she was both a Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist and a Naturopath. Lynda established Health Forum NZ in early 2022, to raise awareness, support and advocate for covid injection injured New Zealanders, and record adverse events in a Citizens Database.
Mike is an avid advocate for decentralisation and is developing incredible initiatives that will help people be free, have privacy and be in control of their lives using 'good' technology against bad.
Mike is a valued friend snd sponsor of this project.