Prominent campaigner for political truth and integrity, and
former oilfield executive Ian Crane, will be in Dunedin to
discuss potential threats to the production of natural,
herbal and homeopathic medicines.
Mr Crane is giving presentations around the world.
In these, he warns the continued availability of natural,
herbal and homeopathic medicines is being threatened across
the globe by carefully crafted legislation which is slowly
but surely finding its way on to statute books.
"Unless the people of New Zealand wake up to what is going
on, soon the only medicines available in New Zealand, and
ultimately worldwide, will be products licensed by
Much of this was already a reality in the European Union
since the Traditional Herbal Medicine Products (EU) Directive
took effect from May 1, 2011, he said.
His presentation, titled Making Sickness Compulsory - The UN
agenda to Destroy Natural Farming and Eradicate the Natural
Health Industry, will be held in the University of Otago
Archway Lecture Theatre 1 at 6.45pm tomorrow.
The presentation will be preceded by a pot-luck tea in the
Otago Museum Reserve at 5pm, which will serve to highlight