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March for Life Christchurch is Coming — Right to Life New Zealand

If you would like to help promote the march by distributing this flyer please contact us at the email below. We will provide a link so you can download a graphic which you can print off for your church or organisation. Contact admin@marchforlifechch.nz

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Christchurch Abortion Capital of the South Island — Right to Life New Zealand

Media Release 6 March 2021The latest abortion statistics released by the Canterbury District Health Board confirm that Christchurch tragically continues to be the abortion capital of the South Island.The Canterbury District Health Board has released to Right to Life under the Official Information Act the abortion statistics for 2020. The Board advises that in 2020…

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Chch Massacre: Police Admit Serious Mistakes & Apologise — The BFD

The Royal Commission of Inquiry Report into the Christchurch massacre has been released, and the Police have admitted, finally, what everyone one in the firearms community has known all along, that they failed utterly in following or even enforcing the law when it came to approving Brenton Tarrant’s firearms licence. Police have apologised for inadequately…

via Chch Massacre: Police Admit Serious Mistakes & Apologise — The BFD

March for Life Christchurch Saturday 28th March — Right to Life New Zealand

 

March for Life Christchurch is the third and latest of a New Zealand wide marches to support the right to life of unborn children and their mothers and to speak out against the government’s Abortion Legislation. The march follows the National March in Wellington on December 7th and March for Life Auckland on February 29th.…

via March for Life Christchurch Saturday 28th March — Right to Life New Zealand

New threats directed at mosque being investigated — Your NZ

New threats have been made online against the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch that was the target of a mass shooting nearly a year ago. While online attacks on Muslims have continued since the massacre I think this latest threat is more likely to strengthen defence and support of Muslims in New Zealand. Stuff: Worshippers […]

via New threats directed at mosque being investigated — Your NZ

The BFD Video: VICTORY: Two House Raids Against Us Declared ILLEGAL — The BFD

This video might be of interest as it shows the result of Tarrant sending an unsolicited donation to conservative activist Martin Sellner. His house was raided by the Austrian police not once but twice, items were taken and he and his wife Brittany Sellner (Pettibone) had camera and computer equipment confiscated! This has now been…

via The BFD Video: VICTORY: Two House Raids Against Us Declared ILLEGAL — The BFD

WaPo: ‘The greening of hate’ – Two mass murders a world apart share a common theme: ‘Ecofascism’ —

https://www.greenwichtime.com/news/article/Two-mass-murders-a-world-apart-share-a-common-14341707.php By Joel Achenbach, The Washington Post Published 5:20 pm EDT, Sunday, August 18, 2019 Before the slaughter of dozens of people in Christchurch, New Zealand and El Paso, Texas this year, the accused gunmen took pains to explain their fury, including their hatred of immigrants. The statements that authorities think the men posted online…

via WaPo: ‘The greening of hate’ – Two mass murders a world apart share a common theme: ‘Ecofascism’ —

Jewish donation for Christchurch mosque attack victims aims to ‘restore faith in humanity’ | Stuff — NZ Friends of Israel Association Inc

 

Juliet MosesChristchurch terror attack victims will be able to access counselling, education, medical treatment and financial planning advice thanks to a $1.1 million donation. The majority of the money – about $966,000 – was raised by the Jewish community in Pittsburgh in the US, with the rest of the donation coming from New Zealand and Australia. It has been donated to…

via Jewish donation for Christchurch mosque attack victims aims to ‘restore faith in humanity’ | Stuff — NZ Friends of Israel Association Inc

Douglas Murray is guilty… of pointing out facts — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, shameless opportunists have gleefully scrambled to use the innocent slain as whipping boys for their political agendas, from Orwellian clampdowns on free speech to marginalising and silencing their political opponents. The same left who strenuously – and rightfully – object to being lumped in with Nazism just because…

via Douglas Murray is guilty… of pointing out facts — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Former Journalist Wanted To ‘Lure’ Christians To Home To Behead Them In Retaliation For Christchurch Massacre, Court Says — Daily Wire

A former journalist for a local Australian newspaper planned to lure Christians into his home in order to fight them or potentially kill them, an Australian prosecutor says.

via Former Journalist Wanted To ‘Lure’ Christians To Home To Behead Them In Retaliation For Christchurch Massacre, Court Says — Daily Wire

Annihilation Of Christian Life And People: Where Is The Outrage In The West? — The Wentworth Report

Annihilation Of Christian Life And People: Where Is The Outrage In The West? By Giulio Meotti. Where is the Western solidarity for the Sri Lanka’s murdered Christians? British scholar Rakib Ehsan: The differences in tone and nature between the condemnations of the Christchurch and Sri Lanka terrorist attacks are striking. After Christchurch, there was no […]

via Annihilation Of Christian Life And People: Where Is The Outrage In The West? — The Wentworth Report

Sri Lanka Attacks Were Response to NZ Mosque Massacre — Infowars

 

In an address to the nation’s parliament, Sri Lanka’s Defense Minister said that the Islamic terror attacks on luxury hotels and churches which killed nearly 300 people and injured hundreds more were a response to the New Zealand mosque shooting.“Investigations reveal that this attack was carried out in response to the Christchurch Mosque Attack in…

via Sri Lanka Attacks Were Response to NZ Mosque Massacre — Infowars

Sri Lanka bombings: Christchurch retaliation suggested, ISIS claim responsibility — Your NZ

A politician has told the Sri Lankan Parliament that the bombings there in the weekend were a retaliation for the Christchurch mosque attacks on 15 April, but has given no details. The Prime Ministers of both Sri Lanka and New Zealand say that this claim is ‘premature’. ISIS have claimed responsibility for the bombings, but […]

via Sri Lanka bombings: Christchurch retaliation suggested, ISIS claim responsibility — Your NZ

People directly affected by Christchurch mosque attacks offered permanent residency — Your NZ

Immigration New Zealand is offering a special permanent resident visa for anyone directly affected by the Christchurch mosque shootings, and also for their families. Christchurch Response (2019) — permanent resident visa From 24 April 2019, people present during the terrorist attacks in Christchurch and their immediate families can apply for a special permanent resident visa. […]

via People directly affected by Christchurch mosque attacks offered permanent residency — Your NZ

Face of the day — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

A silo in Brunswick in Melbourne, Australia will feature a large mural of New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern hugging a woman in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings. […] In March, the same image was projected on to the world’s tallest building in the United Arab Emirates as Ardern was praised for her response…

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Katie Hopkins (and others) ridiculous attacks on Ardern — Your NZ

There were ridiculous criticisms of and attacks on Jacinda Ardern after the Christchurch mosque attacks, for what she said and what she wore in sympathy, support and solidarity with New Zealand Muslims. She (and the media) were attacked for not giving equal condemnation to an earlier attack inn a long running civil war situation in […]

via Katie Hopkins (and others) ridiculous attacks on Ardern — Your NZ

National terrorism threat level reduced to ‘medium’ — Your NZ

Immediately after the Christchurch mosque massacres, the national terrorism threat level was raised from low to high. This seemed to be a bit late, after the act, but I presume there were fears of it triggering other attacks, either planned, copycat or some sort of reprisal attack. Nothing happened that suggested the risk was any […]

via National terrorism threat level reduced to ‘medium’ — Your NZ

We need to think outside the legal square to deal with ‘hate speech’ — Your NZ

I think that relying on legislation and the courts to deal with ‘hate speech’ issues may be largely futile. Laws and courts poorly suited to dealing with most online ‘hate speech’ We already have laws that deal with abusive speech and incitement – since the Christchurch mosque massacres there have been a number of arrests, […]

via We need to think outside the legal square to deal with ‘hate speech’ — Your NZ

Crusaders name ‘No longer tenable’ — Your NZ

I have always not like the name ‘Crusaders’ for a modern sports team. I never thought it appropriate.neither would names like Mongols or Huns or Kmer Rouge. Now, in the wake of the Christchurch mosque attacks, the team business owners say that the name is ‘no longer tenable’. It’s probably not practical to change the […]

via Crusaders name ‘No longer tenable’ — Your NZ

A Muslim prayer too far? — Your NZ

My first reaction to this was ‘too far’ for sure, but as I thought it through doubts arose. I think that Muslim prayers were entirely appropriate after the Christchurch mosque massacres. They were often alongside Christian prayers and prayers from other religions in a coming together in common purposes of grief and condemnation. But is […]

via A Muslim prayer too far? — Your NZ

Tarrant mad or bad? — Your NZ

Christchurch mass murderer obviously did a very bad, despicable thing. But can his badness be explained by madness? The only viable starting point for opposing such people is to understand them as neither mad nor bad, but wrong. In response to Understanding the ideology of the Christchurch killer barrieseargant posted this comment: “Mad or Bad? Is […]

via Tarrant mad or bad? — Your NZ

Understanding the ideology of the Christchurch killer — Your NZ

Understanding the ideology of the Christchurch mosque mass murderer may help prevent a repeat of something so bad happening again, or at least reduce the risks. Mark Durie gives some good explanations in The Christchurch Killer’s Anti-Humanist Ideology In the wake of the horrific Christchurch shootings, we need to thoughtfully engage with the ideology which […]

via Understanding the ideology of the Christchurch killer — Your NZ

Opposition to firearm law changes — Your NZ

Almost all of Parliament agreed with the necessity to urgently tighten up on New Zealand firearm laws following the Christchurch mosque massacres. That is progressing – see New firearm legislation introduced to Parliament. However there is growing opposition, especially with the speed of the changes. RNZ: Gun law change fast-track has ‘outpaced’ gun lobby – academic […]

via Opposition to firearm law changes — Your NZ

Seymour, Ghahraman, identity politics, white supremacy — Your NZ

Since the Christchurch attacks there has been a lot of diversions into allegations and debates over white supremacy and identity politics, two quite vague terms. Twp MPs, Act’s David Seymour and Green Golriz Ghahraman had this exchange on Twitter. There’s been a disturbing increase in identity politics since the Christchurch attacks. Those who rightly point […]

via Seymour, Ghahraman, identity politics, white supremacy — Your NZ

Don’t mistake gang PR for substance — Kiwiblog

Mike Yardley writes: Amid the public outpouring of profound sadness and goodwill for the Muslim community following the terror attack, the high-visibility presence of patched gang members at cordons and vigils has aroused much curiosity.In the wake of such monstrous evil, is it not a little incongruous for the perpetrators of so much everyday evil…

via Don’t mistake gang PR for substance — Kiwiblog

Jews outraged after mosque leader blames Mossad for Christchurch attack | Newshub — NZ Friends of Israel Association Inc

 

New Zealand’s Jewish community is outraged and revolted after a prominent mosque leader blamed Mossad for being behind the Christchurch terror attack. On Saturday, a group called Love Aotearoa Hate Racism organised a rally for the victims in Auckland’s Aotea Square. Ahmed Bhamji, chairman of the Mt Roskill Masjid E Umar, gave a speech questioning…

via Jews outraged after mosque leader blames Mossad for Christchurch attack | Newshub — NZ Friends of Israel Association Inc

“Never felt more at home than she had in the last 10 days”. — Your NZ

Jacinda Ardern has continued to engage with and reassure Muslims around New Zealand. Yesterday she visited the Dunedin mosque that was considered as a target by the Christchurch terrorist, and also a Muslim child care centre. Newshub: Dunedin Muslim’s ‘astounding message’ to Jacinda Ardern about New Zealand after Christchurch attack A Muslim woman in Dunedin […]

via “Never felt more at home than she had in the last 10 days”. — Your NZ

Christchurch shooting & Free speech discussed on Breakfast — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

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Andy Street: Anti-Muslim terror and anti-gay protests. The one thing we mustn’t tolerate is intolerance – wherever it comes from. — Conservative Home

Andy Street is Mayor of the West Midlands, and is a former Managing Director of John Lewis. The horrific scenes in New Zealand earlier this month, when 50 Muslim worshippers were murdered in a cowardly act of terrorism, shocked the world. It was one of those moments that throws the reality of extremism into sharp…

via Andy Street: Anti-Muslim terror and anti-gay protests. The one thing we mustn’t tolerate is intolerance – wherever it comes from. — Conservative Home

Austrian far right activist donation could be linked to Christchurch terrorist — Your NZ

Austrian authorities have searched the home of a far right activist, saying he received a “disproportionately high donation” from a person with the same surname as the accused Christchurch shooter Stuff (22 March): Austria says Christchurch mosque shooting suspect visited there Authorities in Austria say the alleged Christchurch mosque gunman visited the country, but are declining […]

via Austrian far right activist donation could be linked to Christchurch terrorist — Your NZ