Skip to comments.New Zealand: Citizens Receiving Home Visits From ‘Political Police’
Posted on 05/13/2019 9:53:26 AM PDT by TigerClaws
New Zealanders are receiving home visits from police to check on their political views, with one individual claiming that authorities asked him if he supported Donald Trump.
The visits are taking place as a response to Marchs Christchurch mosque massacre.
In one clip, armed police arrive at a mans home on Sunday morning to question him in relation to his political beliefs.
The reason were here, basically its down to the recent events in Christchurch, with the shooting there, a number of people have been identified who weve been asked to go and speak to, so youre one of those people, says the officer.
The man is happy to talk to the cops, but they refuse to do so on camera and eventually leave.
In a separate clip, another man relates the story of how he was visited by armed police (again on a Sunday morning) because he makes YouTube videos criticizing mass migration.
The mans wife and daughter, who were both upset by the experience, were also interviewed by police.
I was asked if I was a Trump supporter, I was asked if I was a racist and have I got any ethnic minority friends, said the man, who runs a YouTuber channel called Cross the Rubicon, adding that police also quizzed him on whether he owned guns.
Within a week, police returned to the house 15 of them this time closing off the entire street to again interrogate him on his political views.
Theyre trying to force me to shut my mouth and to keep it shut, the man said.
He also warns that governments are exploiting the mosque shooting to deplatform conservatives.
One wonders whether random Muslims receive home visits from police after Islamic terror attacks. Unlikely.
Ya gotta hand it to our forefathers regarding that constitution thingee.
Liberal Fascism in the service of Islam.
The correct response is to tell them to go get a warrant and then close the door.
This seems like something our Ambassador ought to take up. Pretty offensive that NZ seems to consider support for Trump to be an indicator of undesirability. Perhaps support for NZ by the USA needs to be reconsidered.
They should say, “Yea, I support President Trump, but I’m REALLY a fan of Philippine President Dutarte!”
Don’t think our Leftists wouldn’t love to do this if they thought they’d get away with it.
The constitution is outdated and made by slaveowners.... right libs?
Wow. Sure wish I had the brown shirt concession in NZ.
Family and neighbors ratting these “persons of interest” out...
That is how the Nazi Sturmschutz was alerted in the big roundup of not only some six million Jews, but another six million which included Gypsies, homosexuals, supporters of democratic reform in Germany, and just all-around troublemakers the Nazi regime declared to be “enemies of the State”.
New Zealand has become an Islamic fascist state, with the New Zealanders becoming willing Dhimmi for the Islamic invaders.
Perhaps Ruth Bader Ginsburg SHOULD take retirement and go live in New Zealand, as it is becoming ever more the storied kind of idyllic living she seems to embrace.
Um. This is New Zealand. I have absolutely no glimmer of the law in New Zealand. Do you?
They should be visiting mosks and asking if the members are in favor of murdering non-members.
This is due to the scarf-wearing sad sack PM who bowed down in servitude to her new masters.
New Zealand is a member of the “Five Eyes” intelligence group. I’ve often wondered why. What do they provide of interest to the USA? And what do they get in return?
That would work here... Maybe.
But I doubt New Zealand has any laws limiting police “emergency” powers over citizen’s rights, sadly.
I have a friend that went to New Zealand. Said it was awesome. I put it on my short list of places to visit. Shouldn’t be difficult to find some where else to replace this police state.
Words to live by:
“I dont answer questions from law enforcement, the press or agents of the state with my attorney and full video recording of the whole conversation.”
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