Hate speech regulations bite.

I have been told that I don’t belong in this country on many occaisions by many activists. I’ve worked out a tactic. I say that my ancestors won the Taranaki wars, and that is my place by right of conquest. This bites because the Taranaki tribes did exactly this to the Chatham Island Maori in 1835 and claim that land to this day.

But you can’t insult the new, Muslim New Zealanders. You can only insult the Europeans.

Police have formally laid a charge against a Rangiora woman caught up in allegations of racism after an altercation with two Muslim women who lost family members and friends in the Christchurch terror attack. The 68-year-old has been charged with using insulting words against Janna Ezat and Aya Al-Umari, namely saying “don’t worry, it won’t be long before they leave our country”, then questioning if they were “born and bred” in New Zealand. The family, who lost son and brother Hussein Al-Umari in Al Noor Mosque, had been shopping at a Farmers in Rangiora in late December when the altercation took place.
Police allege the woman, who has no listed occupation, made the comments in a public place while being “reckless whether any person was alarmed or insulted by those words”. The charge was laid under the Summary Offences Act 1981 and carries a maximum penalty of a fine of $1000. She will appear in court at the end of the month.

This leads the majority to note that hate speech is globohomo for this is not your country. To see our woke police as not part of us, but part of the enemy.

To note that speech is not free, and practice OPSEC.

And this will end badly.

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bruce charlton
bruce charlton
29 days ago

I don’t like reacting to current news – but this is interesting!

It tells me that under the new global totalitarianism, it is Their country, and nobody else’s – and this is asserted and enforced as virtuous.

‘They’ decide who gets to assert rights of residence or any other rights – and They will react against anybody (anybody, even members of an official victim group, or two groups – woman, as well as Maori) who publicly challenges Their right to decide our rights – case by case, so that ‘rights’ will always advance Their agenda.