Heterodoxies Society Incorporated is a group of free-thinking open-minded people from all walks of life who represent a broad cross-section of the people of Aotearoa New Zealand (NZ).
We came together as a group increasingly alarmed by the rapid erosion of our rights and freedoms as guaranteed by the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 and other human rights legislation and at the intolerance of the NZ government towards any debate that conflicted with its narrative of fear. This was begun by the Prime Minister on 23 March 2020 with her baseless truth-claim that “tens of thousands of New Zealanders will die” from COVID-19 unless they did as she told them and submitted to enforced home detention.
Committed to an open and inclusive society in which difference and diversity are accepted as an integral expression of our humanity, we watched in horror as the Prime Minister and her government began terrorising the population while herding towards totalitarianism. This included coercing the population, including children, into being inoculated with a highly experimental and dangerous medical device that is killing many thousands of people around the world and maiming millions more.
Hence, we formed a society “to educate and promote inclusive and informed debate, including heterodox views and to take all action” it deemed “appropriate by committee including legal action against organisations that and individuals who deny guaranteed right and freedoms as well as promoting tolerance and inclusiveness for the betterment of society as a whole.”
In keeping with these purposes, Heterodoxies Society Inc. filed a proceeding in the Auckland High Court on 6 August 2021 that demonstrates incontrovertibly that there is no basis to the COVID-19 pandemic and that the NZ government’s response to this phantom disease is wholly without ground and justification and thus constitutes crimes against humanity and acts of terror against the people of this whenua.
We will keep you updated on the progress of our proceedings as and when appropriate and inform you of any other educative activities we may undertake.