So much for a fair trial without political interference! Let’s not forget the long history of the many radicals amongst Christchurch Muslims that have been supporting Kireka-Whaanga in his creation of a halal funded Islamic State here in New Zealand: 2019: ‘One of us’ with bus packed with explosives. 2018: Kiwi teenager radicalised planned mass… Continue reading Jacinda determined to stop Tarrant from having a fair trial.
Merry Christmas. As Jacinda wants us to live in a global world we must take note of what is happening our new home! It has often been said that peaceful muslims are irrelevant when it comes to stopping jihadi, the faithful followers of the prophet. However, the peaceful muslims, who have the same goals of… Continue reading ‘We are One’ Jacinda & FIANZ silent as Burkina Faso muslims kill another 14 Christians including pastor, children.
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
FIANZ and New Zealand Muslims are following the same pattern here in New Zealand. Girls from Crescent High School participate in the American Muslim Day parade in New York City. The school’s website, which includes pictures of its elementary school, shows girls from kindergarten age in hijabs and young children sitting with boys and girls… Continue reading How Islamists Mark Territory: Is the US Going the Way of Sweden?
See also: Dunedin mosque Islamic supremacist video that sparked Christchurch shooting still widely available. The names of the 51 people killed in the Christchurch mosque shootings were reflected on the screen while the Irish band played One. Irish rock band U2 have remembered the 51 people killed in the Christchurch mosque shootings at the first… Continue reading Appeasement: U2 pays tribute to Christchurch mosque attack victims at Auckland show
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.
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.
Share a video, get jailed! Fight for Islamic State, visit a police station occasionally… The so-called “bumbling Jihadi” Mark Taylor, who once left his Twitter location on, identifying a secret Islamic State location in Syria, is now deemed dangerous enough that New Zealand is changing its terror laws. The new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean… Continue reading What the new ‘Mark Taylor law’ would mean for returning ‘high-risk’ New Zealanders
The Government has introduced a new bill to Parliament which aims to prevent terrorism and support the de-radicalisation of New Zealanders returning from overseas. The bill has been developed in response to the situation in Syria but will apply to any situation in which a New Zealander directly engaged in terrorism overseas, or facilitated or… Continue reading Govt introduces new legislation to de-radicalise terrorists returning from overseas
“[Mark Taylor] was not the only New Zealander who was over there but he’s certainly the most high-profile one and has been engaged in terrorist activity.” The Prime Minister is rejecting a Green MP’s description of a law that would impose restrictions on returning New Zealanders involved in terrorism as “dog-whistling”. The Terrorism Suppression (Control… Continue reading Jacinda Ardern rejects Golriz Ghahraman’s description of anti-terrorist law as ‘dog-whistling’.