“… it was his personal comments about his experience as a gay clergyman that really resonated. He quite literally has been exposed to the rhetoric that Simon and Damien want to protect, for example, trans people, from.” – @aniobrien
“Mutch-McKay asked the two men if the New Zealand health system is broken. Unsurprisingly, Luxon said ‘yes’ and Hipkins said ‘no’.” – @anionbrien
He hasn’t received a phone call from Klaus Schwab and the United Nations hasn’t sent out secret edicts (they are pretty brazen with their nonsense to be honest). The real reason he is so afraid to state the simple truth is that he fears the middle men and women.
If we don’t get this sorted and can’t rely on the police, someone could very well end up dead. This is serious and we cannot sit back and watch violence become the norm.
No woman associated with any of the worldwide events has been violent or arrested. The violence comes from those who show up to oppose them. When the New Zealand Green Party warns of violence breaking out at the events in New Zealand, what they are actually saying is that those who come to protest this peaceful group will commit violence. It sounds more like a threat than a warning in this context.
Their thirst to punish and publicly shame is the issue, not that they disagree or condemn the subject of their disgust.