Fired for islamaphobia

fired for islamaphobia, NZ media have been encouraging the Lynnmall Terrorist

New Zealand Muslims chalk up another victory in having Kiwi’s fired for islamaphobia which equates to speaking out against the global Islamic agenda. NZ Muslims are ignoring the calls of top Islamic leaders worldwide to consider their own behaviour as being the cause of the Christchurch shooting. All Islamic literature points to the fact that the ultimate white supremacist movement is Islam! He wasn’t the first fired for islamaphobia in New Zealand, and he likely won’t be the last person fired for islamophobia in New Zealand, but this does demonstrate how Muslims in New Zealand cannot defend their encouragement of terrorism globally.

Claiming he was ‘far right’, a petition labels him as a “white supremacist” and reads that the undersigned “are deeply concerned” that he is employed by Synlait.

“[he] has been responsible for disseminating extreme white supremacist material, and has consistently been reported for creating objectionable and racist media for his channel,” the petition said.

“More recently he has taken to directly attacking M?ori MPs, Rawiri Waititi and Hon. Willie Jackson, using blatantly racist rhetoric and is actively and deliberately stoking public fear in response to the He Puapua report.”

In response to today’s events, [he] posted a video on his YouTube channel this afternoon, saying he had been suspended from his job.

He said he would go back to the country of his origin, the United Kingdom, on a holiday to visit his father.

[He] claims he is a victim of “cancel culture”.

“Well done to the proud antifa warriors and I have no doubt the very prominent M?ori for coming for my job.”

[He] said people would not find any racist content or content that incites violence on his YouTube channel, and said he does not have anything against “everyday” M?ori on the streets.

Previous police visits and anti-Islamic views:

In the weeks following the March 15, 2019 terror attack in Christchurch, [he] posted online saying he had been visited by the police on two occasions.

Less than a month before the attack in late February, [he] posted a video with Islamophobic comments.

“Because they know, if they criticise that ideology, then that ideology will physically attack and even kill them, because this is what they do.”

[He] has also been banned from YouTube on at least two occasions.

He has attended “Freedom” and “Liberty” rallies in Auckland and Christchurch.

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