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"Our ancestors were not conspiracy theorists"

Christine AmmunsoL, our ancestors observed the conditions around them and made the best judgements they could. "We must strive to be situationally aware – that’s what our ancestors were good at and it’s why we are here today. They didn’t just listen to dogma and nor did they sit on the waka gossiping with each other. Sure, some of them probably did, but ultimately those who succeeded made the best decisions in order to guarantee the safety of the people on their waka. This is the kind of leadership, science and precision we need now and, in the days, and months ahead to get our people through."


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