Australia’s spies have told senators examining press freedom it’s not a straightforward matter to determine who is or isn’t a legitimate journalist in the digital age. ASIO deputy director-general Heather Cook told a Senate committee on Friday the agency continues to hold concerns about reporters being used by foreign intelligence agencies. “I won’t be able… Continue reading Australia not as foolish: The nation’s top spies remain coy on fears of journalists being used by foreign intelligence agencies.
SCOTUS decides Sandy Hook lawsuit against Remington can move forward More details here: WarRoom: Supreme Court Seeks to End Second Amendment By Putting Gun Manufacturers Out of Business
There are consequences for accepting Islamic immigrants and refugees. The Christchurch shooting was one of them. See also: Sweden: Bombings and Explosions Up 45 Percent in 2019. See also: Girl, 11, killed in the Stockholm terror attack as she walked home is named as Ebba Åkerlund. See also: Dunedin mosque Islamic supremacist video that sparked… Continue reading As Islamic Bombings Spread, Denmark Closes Border With Sweden.
While New Zealand’s political right were initially laughing the concept, the money was gathering behind Jacinda’s latest appeasement of FIANZ who are representing the global Islamic Caliphate here in New Zealand. The main benefit of course, to Islam, will be that no one can now tell of the horrors of Islamic terrorism that happen on… Continue reading Christchurch Call reaches 50: The Global Appeasement of Islamic State is well under way.
Legislation states that asylum seekers are not returned to detention centers after their treatment, meaning the Burmese man could remain in Australia indefinitely afterwards by avoiding deportation (pictured: tent accommodation and asylum seekers on Nauru in 2012) An asylum seeker who was accused of molesting a child on Nauru will be allowed to enter Australia… Continue reading Asylum seeker once accused of molesting a child on Nauru is given the green light to enter Australia under controversial medevac laws.
Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi may have gotten the caliph job over Abdullah Qardash, who was named as al-Baghdadi’s successor in previous reports, precisely because he is a Quraishi, that is, a member of the Quraish tribe of Mecca, to which Muhammad also belonged. That is a requirement for the caliphate. In any case, the jihad… Continue reading The caliphate continues: Muslims in Somalia and Egypt pledge allegiance to the group’s new top dog.
At the start of October, the Israel Institute of New Zealand (IINZ) exposed antisemitic material within a Facebook group of New Zealand based anti-Israel group Kia Ora Gaza. This included posts that compared Israel to Nazi Germany, comments that dehumanised Jews, and open support for terror against Israeli citizens. IINZ has now found that four… Continue reading New Zealand PM distances herself from online hate group.
How can a major city, Mecca, not be in any ancient records found before 740AD? And if this is wrong, how much of everything else that is taught by those with the Saudi money? See also: Questions for NZ Muslims. Once you have a fake history, you have to back it up with a whole… Continue reading The Sacred City of Mecca: Have Muslims Got It Wrong?
The death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has raised fresh questions about the fate of kiwi nurse Louisa Akavi, one of the terror group’s longest-held hostages. Kiwi authorities believed for many years Akavi may have been being kept close to the IS leader – a diabetic with suspected injuries – because her nursing skills were of value to… Continue reading Baghdadi dead, but Kiwi nurse Louisa Akavi still missing.
This cat still about about 4 lives left. He’s only been killed 5 times thus far. He’s probably living somewhere in Christchurch about now. Isis target believed to be Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has reportedly been killed by US-led forces in Syria. President Donald Trump will make a “major statement” at the White House at 9am… Continue reading US special ops forces claim to ‘kill Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’.