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New traffic / surveillance cameras installed near Tokoroa

Send us images if you can of new traffic cameras you see installed. I was sent this one yesterday. Jacinda announced not so long ago with all of the new surveillance plans regarding the CV, making sure you comply, they would be reading your rego plate on rural and urban roads. Along with the contact tracing apps for tracking you, remember …

We must form an army of thousands of officials who will check everyone’s contacts.’ Andrew Cuomo Governer of NY …

… the cameras would read your number plates so the corporation will know where you’ve been, in case you slip through the cracks so to speak:

“There’s also the possibility of using automated license plate readers on rural roads and in cities to aid the police in finding scofflaws.”

Military controlled checkpoints too are in the plans.

Finally remember Bill Gates the self proclaimed world health expert with no medical qualifications whatsoever and the world’s biggest vaccine dealer to boot:

Only the people who have all the vaccines will still be able to move freely.’

The cameras at this link were recently installed in rural Whanganui. Below is the new Tokoroa camera. EWR

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Selling’ fascist surveillance to the gullible

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Here it comes: increased tracking & surveillance of your children in schools … remember the 5G upgrades? … surprised?

Bonny Glen Landfill impact on water and roads to be managed … from the Standard

“While more rubbish is set to pour into soon-to-expand Bonny Glen Landfill, the Rangitikei District’s water and roading will not be trashed.

The Rangitikei District Council assets and infrastructure committee heard on Thursday it would still be a few months before a solution would be finalised concerning leachate from Bonny Glen.

Leachate causes a problem for the Marton Wastewater Treatment Plant….

Bonny Glen manager Paul Mullinger …. was taking the issue “very seriously”….Cr Dean McManaway said it was good to see this was a priority. “It’s important we keep chipping away and not let this rest.” “

Watch this space … leachate ’causes a problem’ is quite an understatement … witness seven years of regular non compliance which RDC has failed to address thus far in spite of it being highlighted by Marton’s Community Committee. RDC is ‘chipping away’ at this and … it will reportedly be several months before a solution is finalized.

Here’s hoping this will not be another of those delayed solutions that never quite materializes.

~ EnvirowatchRangitikei ~  

Read the article by Caroline Brown here: http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/69307957/bonny-glen-landfill-impact-on-water-and-roads-to-be-managed