Kurt Taogaga was at number 68 on the list. But he is no longer on the list after it was revealed he had supported the then NZ First MP Richard Prosser’s “Wogistan” article in 2013. Taogaga called it brave and said “we need to see Islam for what it really is”. A statement from Labour… Continue reading Labour sacks candidate for accurate social commentary
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube could face $200,000 fines for failing to take down “objectionable” content in a major proposal for dealing with digital harm in the wake of the March 15 terrorist attacks in Christchurch. A civil fine is one aspect of a new bill, introduced today by Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin, that would… Continue reading Proposed overhaul: Social media giants could face fines for failing to take down illegal content
Although moslems have copied this celebration from similar Jewish & Christians occasions, the NZ PM gave no similar message for Christians in this country at Easter time. In the last General Election there was only one political party with a NO SHARIA written policy. Deception was the key to taking over Mecca, and as they… Continue reading NZ PM gives a message to moslems for Eid 2020
The Duke of Cambridge has told the Christchurch Muslim community that they responded to last year’s terror attacks with the utmost grace and dignity. Last night Prince William joined a video call with members of the community whom he met when he visited New Zealand last year in the wake of the attacks on two… Continue reading Prince William video calls Muslim community
Quran 4:100. And whoever emigrates for the cause of God will find on the earth many locations and abundance. And whoever leaves his home as an emigrant to God and His Messenger and then death overtakes him – his reward has already become incumbent upon God. It was no surprise this plague was introduced to… Continue reading What’s the difference between living in NZ and an Islamic State?
As the Christchurch shooting tragedy was underway, school students were taking part in climate strikes in Cathedral Square. Among the MPs and city leaders in attendance was Christchurch City Mayor Lianne Dalziel. She had just walked off stage at the event when she was alerted to what was unfolding. “I was shown a phone that… Continue reading Chch attack, one year on: Mayor Lianne Dalziel says ‘disbelief’ has stayed with her
A memorial event should be held every year to remember the 51 people killed during the Christchurch mosque shootings, says one of the city’s imams who survived the attacks. Tens of thousands are expected to attend a national remembrance service in Hagley Park on March 15 on the first anniversary of New Zealand’s worst ever… Continue reading Christchurch imam calls for an annual “WAR” memorial event for March 15 victims
Muslims celebrate victories, not defeats. They celebrate the conquest of Medina and Mecca, and various battles. They are out in force to celebrate 911, and they still are out in Auckland domain to celebrate the defeat of the Allies at Gallipoli each year. But it’s not what they say they want that counts, but it’s… Continue reading Muslims don’t want March 15 memorial service: ‘We want to move on’
Jacinda Ardern unveils a memorial plaque at Lautoka Jame Masjid. Photo: Supplied to RNZ Jacinda Ardern has paid tribute to the three Fijians who died in last year’s Christchurch mosque shootings. Ardern spoke this morning at Lautoka Mosque as part of her trip to Fiji to remember Imam Hafiz Musa Patel, Ashraf Ali Razak and… Continue reading A year later: PM Jacinda Ardern pays tribute to Fijians killed in Christchurch mosque attacks
Christians in Nigeria witnessed another round of bloody attacks last week as Boko Haram terrorists captured the town of Michika in Nigeria’s far eastern state of Adamawa, burning buildings and exchanging fire with government troops. According to an op-ed in the Washington Examiner by journalist Douglas Burton, the attack continued for hours with an unknown… Continue reading 4,305 Christians Were Murdered by Muslims In 2018, Jacinda’s govt Silent.