“Black lives matter, indigenous lives matter, Muslim lives matter” is the ethos embraced by thousands taking part in protests across New Zealand. Gatherings of more than 100 people are still banned but thousands of people have shown an interest each of in the New Zealand events. Organisers are also encouraging attendees to use masks, gloves… Continue reading Moslems hijack BLM protests in Auckland
The livestreaming of objectionable content could become illegal as the Government introduces a law which allows it to erect a firewall around New Zealand’s internet. Industry group Internet NZ says the Government should not grant itself powers to restrict access to parts of the internet in hope of curbing the spread of violent extremism online.… Continue reading Government introduces law to erect a firewall around New Zealand
Some moments in life you’re really proud of so must make sure you record things yourself! Women don’t forget to be attractive [sic] to his needs! The koran is pretty clear 4:34,
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube could face $200,000 fines for failing to take down “objectionable” content in a major proposal for dealing with digital harm in the wake of the March 15 terrorist attacks in Christchurch. A civil fine is one aspect of a new bill, introduced today by Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin, that would… Continue reading Proposed overhaul: Social media giants could face fines for failing to take down illegal content
Yet another attempt is being made to milk cash from the March 2015 mosque event by a leader at the Deans Avenue mosque where dozens of Islamic State radicals have met since they were recruited into the al-Qaeda styled Aotearoa Maori Muslim Association decades ago. Not content with the fame and fortune that he’s made… Continue reading Christchurch Imam milks more money from mosque melodrama.
Nafisa Ahmed and her husband Mohammed Atiqul Islam were jailed after being found guilty of exploiting workers at their Auckland sweetshop. The co-owner of a sweet shop where workers toiled for up to 68 hours a week for less than $8 an hour has been released from prison. Nafisa Ahmed and her husband Mohammed Atiqul… Continue reading Auckland sweetshop co-owner who exploited workers released from prison