All Blacks legend Zinzan Brooke a prominent anti-lockdown and anti-mask proponent
Former All Blacks No8 Zinzan Brooke wants people to stop wearing masks and to end Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK where he lives, while also supporting a push against a vaccine passport.
Brooke, who played 58 rugby tests and 100 games for New Zealand between 1987 and 1997, has suddenly become a strong social media advocate against the use of masks to deal with the worldwide pandemic while also supporting pushes for controversial drugs Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
Brooke’s Twitter account had been barely used over the past five years, but in the past months he’s re-tweeted a string of posts calling for the UK public not to wear masks, for lockdowns and closures to stop and that plans for a possible vaccine passport “are just another attempt by a ‘Big Brother’ state to infiltrate our lives”.
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