See also: Compile: the long history of faithful Canterbury muslims. Brenton Harrison Tarrant has today made a shock admission that he was the lone gunman who murdered 51 Muslims at two Christchurch mosques on March 15 last year. The 29-year-old Australian entered the guilty pleas at a special, hastily-arranged High Court hearing in Christchurch this… Continue reading Video: Brenton Tarrant’s shock guilty plea to murders
The NZ Govt agenda behind the lockdown becomes even more apparent! See also: Video: Brenton Tarrant’s shock guilty plea to murders The man due to go on trial for the 15 March Christchurch mosque attacks has this morning pleaded guilty to all the charges he was facing. Photo: RNZ / Simon Rogers At the High… Continue reading Shock emergency trial: Tarrant guilty
Events around the country marking the first anniversary of the Christchurch mosque attacks has been cancelled amid safety fears over Covid-19. They include the Christchurch National Remembrance Service and events in Auckland and Wellington. Government representative Megan Woods said a major factor in the Christchurch event cancellation was because it was unticketed which would have… Continue reading Christchurch mosque shootings National Recruitment Service cancelled
Those attending the Christchurch remembrance service for the victims of the March 15 terror attacks should expect a heavy police presence. Police, some of who will be armed, will be attending a call to prayer on Friday, and the National Remembrance Service on Sunday, both held at Horncastle Arena in Addington. Organisers described the event marking the one year anniversary of the… Continue reading Heavy police presence set for March 15 National Remembrance Service
Totally ignoring 1400 years of history, Islamic apologist Spoonley refuses to acknowledge what’s happening even in NZ, left alone around the world. He’s paid by the govt, so has to earn his keep.This from ZB:A sociologist says the threat of far-right extremism hasn’t gone away.It’s almost a year since the Christchurch terror attacks, in which… Continue reading Paul Spoonley wants to keep himself employed
Temel Atacocugu was shot nine times on 15 March last year. “Please don’t hate us, because we are innocent people and we just want a good life … New Zealand is our house too.” That is his message to New Zealand in his latest interview with RNZ, as the country prepares to mark one year… Continue reading ‘Please don’t hate us’ – they want more!!!