Why The Planters And Brightly-Coloured Painted Stripes Everywhere?

Why The Planters And Brightly-Coloured Painted Stripes Everywhere?

Published On: 6 June 2021| Categories: Agenda 21/2030, Editorial| 2.4 min read|

Let’s play a wee game of “where have I seen this before”?

This insanity is Deveron Street, Invercargill… From one end to another, laid out with planters on the sides, taking over many parking places, making the road far narrower and interspersed with brightly-coloured painted stripes.

A bit of digging around shows that the same insanity has been rolled out across the country in a dozen other cities, all with disastrous results – accidents, irate folks, businesses losing parking and losing revenue.

  • Invercargill
  • Gore
  • Mosgeil
  • Nelson
  • Wellington
  • Palmerston North
  • Auckland
  • Hamilton

The list goes on.

But has that stopped the rollout?

Hell no!

Coming to a city centre close to you…. More wasted tax payer dollars.

But this zealous effort by the local and ultimately national government begs the questions, why is this happening?

Not too hard to answer…. The colours of the bands being used are the United Nations colours, used to signify the ‘sustainable development goals’ and the ‘ re-imagined city centres’ are straight out of the ‘United Nations Urban Development Blueprint’ documents.

The UN Goal keepers conference where Dear Leader assured the Gates’ and United Nations that Agenda 2030 goals had been completely written into New Zealand ‘s legislation.

That’s one promise she kept.


Column Author: Jaspreet Boporai. a 42 year old wife, mum of two kids (6, 4) and a dairy farmer. She and her husband manage 1500 cows over two farms in Western Southland for a large equity partnership.

Jaspreet got her degree in accounting from Massey and has also been bookkeeping for the last decade.

She and her husband moved to NZ in 2009, swapping 80 hour weeks in corporate banking for prob longer weeks in farming! (her husband has done his MBA and Jaspreet was a mortgage underwriter in India).

Hailing from Punjab (the epicentre of Indian farmer protests), India’s wheat basket, the love of land runs strong in the couple and wanting to go large scale farming got them to New Zealand.

Jaspreet’s family has been serving in the Indian army for many generations and nearly 30 years ago, her dad served in the Indian army contingent under the aegis of the United Nations in Africa. Thus, began her interest in all things UN related!


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