The 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings and implications for New Zealand society and public policy | Andrew Lim

2 thoughts on “The 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings and implications for New Zealand society and public policy | Andrew Lim”

  1. Hey Andrew, referring to the Norway massacre makes for easier reading. (Never heard of it referred to by the island before so had to follow link. That is minor stuff.).
    Eighteen years of Murdoch propaganda has heavily radicalised Australians. Our gun laws meant our terrorist needed to go to NZ to commit his act of terror.
    I don’t know how much Murdoch media is permitted in the NZ to create this hatred against Muslims fleeing the bombs we are dropping on them. This hate speech is adopted by politicians as a vote winner.

    Murdoch and politicians currently enjoy immunity for radicalising the masses in Australia.

    I don’t know what implications for NZ society and public policy or whether you have the same to a lesser effect. If so, press and pollie propoganda security becomes just as important to consider as border security.

    The US sold $3.5B worth of arms to the Islamic terrorist. That is how committed they are to stopping terrorism perpetrated by Muslims.

    You asked for feedback and that might add a further albeit background dimension to the issue, to filter through.

    Cheers 🙂

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