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Groundwell NZ Hold ‘Can you hear us?’ Protest during lockdown

Groundsville NZ says its “Can You Hear Us” protest continued on Friday, even though it was held during a nationwide lockdown.

Farmers’ protest group urges people across the country to blow car horns for two minutes, at 12.30pm on Friday by the government to slow down the amount of new legislation on farmers. For support and some of it – written

When the lockdown was announced on Tuesday, the group urged people to stay indoors and break into their own bubbles because unnecessary travel to town centers was against the law.

Co-founder Bryce McKenzie said it was difficult to gauge whether the protest was successful.

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“I would say it’s reasonably lame,” he said.

“I would say people are obeying the law and we expected them to do that.”

There were reports on social media of cars tumbling down Tinau’s main street, and McKenzie was sent videos of people in the Southland to support him.

He did not believe there would be any further action in the north.

“There was some talk on social media earlier in the week that people use the necessary travel to get groceries and gather in supermarket car parks to help them, but I didn’t hear that. We just want to make sure everyone obeys the law, which is very important at the moment.

The protest will continue at the same time for the next three Fridays, even if the country is in lockdown.

Bryce McKenzie, left, and Lori Petersen are the men behind the Groundswell NZ organization, which is backing away from government laws affecting farmers.

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Bryce McKenzie, left, and Lori Petersen are the men behind the Groundswell NZ organization, which is backing away from government laws affecting farmers.

He said that the whole purpose of this is to make the citizens aware that something is wrong and they need to pay some attention to it and be aware of it, because they also have implications.

Groundsville New Zealand was planning a protest in November, which was said to be bigger than the ‘Howl of a Protest’ in July, causing tractors, trucks, farm equipment and 57 Will pass through the towns.

Groundswell is a volunteer group of farmers and rural professionals who advocate for farmers and rural communities. It wants the government to stop or rewrite freshwater, indigenous biodiversity and climate change laws. Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill, because its aspects are impractical for farmers.

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