Gun confiscations, censorship… what’s next for NZ?

In the wake of last week’s terror attacks at two New Zealand mosques which left 50 dead, several websites which either reported on the incident, hosted footage of the attacks, or have simply allowed people to engage in uncensored discussion such as Dissenter or Zero Hedge, have been partially or completely blocked in both New Zealand and Australia for the sake of “protecting consumers,” according to the CEOs of three New Zealand telcos.

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2 Responses to Gun confiscations, censorship… what’s next for NZ?

  1. Sanders says:

    An island penal colony. Kind of like Australia and the UK.

  2. the other other Andrew says:

    That’s why all people of the commonwealth are subjects. They have no rights, more like ‘allows’ that the government allows them to have, or not, depending on which color of socialism it is supporting.

    New Zealand has made a shite-ton of money off of Americans buying retirement homes there. Too bad, so sad, shoulda stayed in the States and fought for your right to party here!

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