Posts Tagged ‘Warrick Stubbs’

Putting Your Cards on the Table

04/07/2022
Cards: A bit of bravado helps

To Warrick Stubbs,
Golden Bay, New Zealand:
You are an inspiration. I’m hitting my stride even without the cards. As You know, I ran out of cards about 4 hours ago.
Thanks for being the brainchild of these “mask-winked” cards. One lady on the last flight looked at me and said, “I hate wearing this mask”, and thanks to you, in not a soft voice, I replied, “You don’t have to. I haven’t worn my for a long time.” Adding, “and if enough of us stop wearing them, it’s game over. Later, once we disembarked, and in the ChCh airport lobby, I passed by her again. She smiled, (the mask was off) and gave me a thumbs up.
Thanks Warrick, for all your tips and encouragement on how to reach out to those still finding their way to dumping the mask.
I must say though, the Cambridge librarian and a driver on the public bus system were a bit hectic this arvo, all in a big flap. But both settled down once I smiled at them. These cards are part of our “media arsenal” to do an end-run around mainstream media’s narrative.

Handouts Which Make A Difference

17/06/2022

Warrick Stubbs’ little cards are a work-around from the Mainstream Media Narrative. In this video he shares his vision and tricks he has learned to get these little info cards into the hands of people that may just be interested in shifting their points of view about mask wearing.

Changing the World, One Card at at Time: Warrick and Debbie Stubbs Create a Handout Card Worth Carrying

26/05/2022
Warrick and Debbie Stubbs with his brilliant handout designed to help nudge people into thinking outside the box. PART 1

Meet Warrick and Debbie, who I met when they quietly placed a card on sidewalk cafĂ© table at which our family were sitting, and then kept walking past. When I saw the card, which was prompting me what I thought about the “vaccine” I chased after them and invited them for a cup of tea. The rest is history.

PART 2 Interview with Warrick and Debbie Stubbs


PART 3 Interview with Warrick and Debbie Stubbs