What are our SAS up to? An easy to digest guide!

Written By: - Date published: 2:18 pm, August 15th, 2017 - 8 comments
Categories: Abuse of power, accountability, afghanistan, books, corruption, defence, journalism, Media, Politics, war, youtube - Tags: , , , , ,

Kia ora,

I’ve been working on a project with film-making friends to try and make the disclosures in the book ‘Hit and Run’ by my brother Nicky and Jon Stephenson more quickly digestible – a short guide for those who haven’t read the book or were confused by the Defence Force denials at their song and dance show! As TV 3 is about to launch a new documentary covering some of these issues (next Monday night 9.30 ‘The Valley’), I thought now was a good time to remind people what the issues are. Please feel free to share as far and wide as possible. A commemoration of the attack on innocent villagers will be held at the Cenotaph, Wellington August 22nd at 12.30, with various speakers.

With grateful thanks to Waka Attewell, Ken Saville, Steve La Hood, Abi King Jones and Nicky Hager
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8 comments on “What are our SAS up to? An easy to digest guide!”

  1. Anne 1

    That video is very well done. Thanks Mandy Hager. Petition signed. 🙂

    Can you submit a address where a cheque can be sent please? Yes, some of us still use em.

  2. mary_a 2

    Thanks for the opportunity to view the video Mandy. Signed the petition.


  3. Seems like I’m signing petition after petition lately against this governments actions either directly or indirectly. Their era is coming to an end. We do not want anymore of their lies , obfuscations , or their thirty pieces of silver.

    We want our country back.

  4. ianmac 4

    Great Mandy. Signed and donated.

  5. francesca 5

    Thanks Mandy.
    I personally am sick and tired of listening to all parties except for the Greens attempt to frame NZ’s contribution to America’s wars as “peacekeeping”
    We sure as hell weren’t keeping the peace in Afghanistan while killing villagers, or in Mosul, when one of our very own Brigadier -Generals admitted to using white phosphorus in densely populated civilian areas.
    Keep up the good work Hager family
    x signed the petition

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