Urgente: Comunicado del senador australiano Fraser Anning sobre el ataque en la mezquita


22 Mar 2009
New Zealand Mosque Shooting

Speaking following reports of multiple shootings at two Mosques in New Zealand earlier today, Senator Fraser Anning has responded with strong condemnation.

'I am utterly opposed to any form of violence within our community, and I totally condemn the actions of the gunman,' he said.

'However, whilst this kind of violent vigilantism can never be justified, what it highlights is the growing fear within our community, both in Australia and New Zealand, of the increasing Muslim presence.

'As always, left-wing politicians and the media will rush to claim that the causes of today's shootings lie with gun laws or those who hold nationalist views but this is all cliched nonsense.

'The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place.

'Let us be clear, while Muslims may have been the victims today, usually they are the perpetrators. World-wide, Muslims are killing people in the name of their faith on an industrial scale.

'The entire religion of Islam is simply the violent ideology of a sixth century despot masquerading as a religious leader, which justifies endless war against anyone who opposes it and calls for the murder of unbelievers and apostates.

'The truth is that Islam is not like any other faith. It is the religious equivalent of fascism. And just because the followers of this savage belief were not the killers in this instance, does not make them blameless.

'As we read in Matthew 26:52, "all they that take the sword, shall perish by the sword" and those who follow a violent religion that calls on them to murder us, cannot be too surprised when someone takes them at their word and responds in kind,' Senator Anning concluded.

Politician blames immigration for Christchurch mosque shooting


3 Abr 2010
El Daily Mail NO ACEPTA COMENTARIOS en esta noticia. Intuyo que porque saben que la mayoría de comentarios van a ser a favor de ese senador australiano.
La prensa siempre a sueldo de no se sabe quién, pero pendientes de llevar a cabo y/o facilitar la manipulación del pueblo al dictado de los políticos.

Gente que nos pastorea y vive a cuerpo de rey a nuestra costa.

Somos la definición, cuasi-literal de una oveja. La prensa y los políticos son el perro, y el pastor son los altos poderes económicos.

Nos llevan, nos traen, nos esquilan, nos ordeñan, y, cuando ya no damos más de si, nos sacrifican para la bbq.

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25 Feb 2010
Sin quitar la parte de razón que tiene, no resulta cínico decir que el Islam es una religión violenta y acto seguido citar una pasaje bíblico de contenido violento???

Por otro lado, relaciona el ataque con un sentimiento de la comunidad, cuando en realidad este tipo era un colgado que no representa a nadie más que a sí mismo y a cuatro colgados como él.

Me parecen declaraciones bastante desafortunadas.

Y sí, el Islam fuera de occidente. Pero los colgados con armas, en psiquátricos.


23 Oct 2011
pués yo no sabía que en nueva zelanda hubiera musulmanes .

Y el político australiano lanza una acusación muy fuerte

The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place.

Básicamente dice que alguien ha fomentado la inmigracion musulmana en nueva zelanda .

y he googleado y he encontrado esto :

Discrimination on the basis of ethnicity and religion characterised New Zealand's immigration and refugee policy until the late 1980s. The country wanted British immigrants. Small numbers of refugees from the Middle East began arriving in New Zealand from the late 1970s, comprising people of Baha'i and Christian backgrounds.

The admission of Muslim refugees remained controversial. In response to pressure from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to resettle Iranian refugees in 1985, New Zealand said that it wasn't prepared to accept any Iranian refugees other than those of the Baha'i faith. In the mid 1980s, churches and groups (such as Islamic Associations) approached the New Zealand government to accept refugees from Afghanistan.

New Zealand was unwilling to accept more than a very small number largely due to the perception that the refugees, who were "devout" Muslims from rural often nomadic backgrounds, would have difficulty fitting in.

The 1987 Immigration Act reflected a major policy shift. It ushered in the selection of immigrants on the basis of their skills and qualifications rather than their ethnicity and religion. New Zealand's refugee quota of 800 (later reduced to 750) was set up at this time.

The refugees would be accepted because of their need for protection (and sometimes on a regional basis) not on the basis of their religion or ethnicity. Refugees from the Middle East and Africa, who were Muslim, arrived in significant numbers, escaping war, famine and economic collapse which displaced millions of people.

Among the newcomers were Somali refugees who arrived in the early 1990s. Staff at the organisation then charged with settling refugees recalled the debate about their acceptance. There was anxiety about their being Muslim. What if they are fundamentalists? What about female circumcision?

Opinion: New Zealand has a patchy record on Muslim immigration

vamos que en nueva zelanda siempre se promovió la inmigración blanca o en su defecto cristiana , hasta que en 1980 la onu presionó para que entraran moros .
Leyendo el texto se desprende que en NZ ya sabían lo que implicaba traer a moros y por eso durante años no se les quiso .