Student caught viewing video

A 16yo student caught viewing video footage of the Christchurch mosque shooting has been disciplined, all apparently for a video which was reported as being edited beyond recognition anyway. Incidentally, the Dunedin Mosque video that sparked the incident is still widely circulated by Muslims around the world. This from stuff.co.nz: Auckland college student caught viewing… Continue reading Student caught viewing video

FIANZ upset they’re not controlling NZ Govt intel

FIANZ upset they’re not controlling NZ Govt intel, are complaining that their march 15 recommendations have not been implemented yet. If you click the FIANZ tag on this page, you’ll see why it shouldn’t matter that FIANZ upset they’re not controlling NZ Govt intel!! A new national intelligence and security agency has not yet been… Continue reading FIANZ upset they’re not controlling NZ Govt intel

Coroner misses social media’s role in March 15 attack

It is clear from this press report that as the NZ Coroner misses social media’s role in March 15 attack, NZ Muslims will rejoice at the millions they have funnelled from overseas donors back into the overseas jihad network. The NZ coroner will not read Tarrant’s own manifesto where he states, according to overseas sources,… Continue reading Coroner misses social media’s role in March 15 attack

Appeasement: GCSB and Corrections urged to hire experts in alt-right extremism right away.

If it incites violence, it needs to be shut down; yet let’s keep promoting the koran. It’s amazing how quickly they want to take rights from others, yet keep them themselves! But the questions still remains, was the manifesto even written by Tarrant? See also:   The FIANZ terms for the Royal Commission: Seek out RATs!… Continue reading Appeasement: GCSB and Corrections urged to hire experts in alt-right extremism right away.

Life as a Muslim woman in New Zealand.

See also: Islam is right: about women. Aliya Danzeisen Rehua Marae in Christchurch is just a few kilometres from the madness of last week, a safe meeting place where two cultures who are worlds apart can share a mutual understanding. “The tangata whenua have already walked this line,” says Muslim community leader Aliya Danzeisen. “I’m sure… Continue reading Life as a Muslim woman in New Zealand.