Katie Hopkins (and others) ridiculous attacks on Ardern

There were ridiculous criticisms of and attacks on Jacinda Ardern after the Christchurch mosque attacks, for what she said and what she wore in sympathy, support and solidarity with New Zealand Muslims. She (and the media) were attacked for not giving equal condemnation to an earlier attack inn a long running civil war situation in Nigeria.

This has risen to new levels of absurdity after the suicide bomb attack on hotels and Christian churches in Sri Lanka in the weekend.

One of those leading the over-reaction alt right brigade attacks is Katie Hopkins, from the UK.

There are a number of ridiculous things about that stupidity, particularly considering an unprecedented attack in your own country is quite different for a Prime Minister than an attack somewhere else in the world where there is a history of terrorism.

Ardern did quickly send condolences to Sri Lanka – Prime Minister sends condolences to Sri Lanka:

“New Zealand condemns all acts of terrorism, and our resolve has only been strengthened by the attack on our soil on the 15th of March. To see an attack in Sri Lanka while people were in churches and at hotels is devastating.

“New Zealand rejects all forms of extremism and stands for freedom of religion and the right to worship safely. Collectively we must find the will and the answers to end such violence.’’

She expressed similar sympathy and condemnation in person, this was widely reported by New Zealand media.

NZ Herald reported on Hopkins’ attack: Outspoken British columnist Katie Hopkins tries to roast Jacinda Ardern over Sri Lanka attacks

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is ignoring a swipe by a British columnist over yesterday’s attacks in Sri Lanka which have left hundreds dead.

Katie Hopkins, a columnist and former contestant in the 2007 The Apprentice TV show, has hit out at Ardern, saying she now expects her to be “dressed as the pope, ringing church bells across #NZ and praying in Latin in Parliament by noon”.

But many Kiwis have come to her defence with one replying, “whatever the Prime Minister does will be immeasurably more welcome and useful than anything you have ever said,” while another tweeted “if this dreadful event had happened in NZ … then our PM would be leading the nation through its grieving and empathising with the victims’ families.”

Hopkins sprayed her bile around the UK too.

Is Hopkins trying to dictate what Prime Ministers should say in reaction to international atrocities? I doubt that’s her intention, it looks more like she is trying to drive up intolerance and hate of Muslims, by playing a ‘poor me’ Christian card.

Hopkins hasn’t been alone in this sort of stupidity. from comments on a Kiwiblog post Christians slaughtered in Sri Lanka yesterday:

sooty:

Cindy will be covering her ears and singing,
LA, LA, LA LAA!

Engelbert Humperdink:

So, Cindy’s gonna wear a big cross to show solidarity, and post armed guards on the churches in NZ? Yeah, right.

All the world’s majority Muslim country leaders gonna speak out against this attack on Christians? Yeah, right.

Will there be indifference shown to the deceased and injured – even though they are people of color – by leftists because, after all, it’s ‘just something some people did’ and ‘it’s part and parcel of living in a big city’? Yes, there will be, as per Ilhan Omar and Sadiq Khan.

Ultima:

Obviously Christianity is the cause of of this terrorist act, Cindy should urge the Sri Lankan govt to ban Christianity and semi-Christianity.

Commenters at Kiwiblog and Whale Oil childishly call Ardern Cindy because (I think) she said she didn’t like being called that.

Luke Piewalker:

Of course we will see a tearful handwringing Ardern holding a cross … nah didn’t think so

vand:

Will this be said?
The Sri Lankan Prime Minister told Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern the best help she could provide in the wake of the Sri lanka attacks would be sympathy and love for Christian communities.

burt:

Christian prayers on national radio it will be then with the platitudes of ‘They are us’.

I posted Ardern’s statement to show that she had condemned the attacks, and that was downticked by 22 people (as of now).

Rachael Memberry responded:

i don’t agree, we have had CHCH shoved in our face for the last month, since Jacinda has so much political capital, especially now that she hasn’t expended any for the CGT she, as the leader that we are told that she is, should be contacting members of the Muslim community to decry terrorist attacks, not just when they are the victims of them but when they are the perpetrators also.

The Muslim community in New Zealand are not the perpetrators.

Engelbert Humperdink:

As a globalist shouldn’t she be expecting the practice of what she preaches locally to take place everywhere? Shouldn’t she now be calling for the suppression of a group of brown supremacists, and the banning of their manifesto, their Koran? if you think that’s absurd, I agree with you it’s a reach, but is not absurd. Absurd is what she did; absurd is where she set the bar. Of course all of her apologists don’t expected to be judged by the standards she set. That’s why she has to keep getting tongue-bathed by the New Zealand media (one example: recent social media resurrections, which I suppose is fitting for Easter time) to kKeep her popularity high enough / stay in office.

burt:

Are there different degrees of concern with regard to mass murder?

Obviously there are differences depending on what occurred and where it occurred. I’m fairly sure that burt and and others at Kiwiblog don’t show equal concern for all attacks around the world – they tend to ignore other attacks on Muslims.

It was worse at Whale Oil, with Hopkins tweet put up as a post (by the gutlessly anonymous ‘Whaleoil staff’) – Tweet of the day. This fed some predictable responses.

ibdkiwi:

But wait…hold the presses, this is breaking news: someone just told me the Prime Minister is donating $300M to Sri-Lanka to buy-back all the bombs, well; not all of them, just the assault-bombs, ‘so this sort of thing can never happen again’. Can anyone confirm if this story is true?

Smoke & Mirrors:

Has she mentioned ‘Christians’ yet?

BlokeinAuckland:

Nope. Or that it was muslims as perpetrators.

If Only:

Excellent comment but Katie forgets its still an Easter Holiday in NZ and our PM never works during the holidays – she is a member of a union after all. Perhaps we shall see her play dress up and ring bells tomorrow.

Nutta:

To be fair, JA put out comment condemning the terrorist act yesterday, not long after the event. No, I’m not even remotely a cheerleader.

Dave:

Not really, more likely her office put out a Press Release yesterday

I saw Ardern personally condemning the attacks on TV news. A lot of this is petty uninformed dissing. And it went on.

At least ‘SB’ put her pseudonym initials to another post feeding a string of more nonsense – Facebook comment of the day. The most recent comment:

Surprisingly, Jacinda hasn’t offered to pay for all the funeral expenses!

Sadly this is the stupid level of much of the discussion on terrorist atrocities, deliberately stoked by Katie Hopkins.

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  1. Hopkins retweeted her original tweet, and has since followed up with:

    When ‘Christian culture’ is represented by people like Hopkins it suffers. Fortunately she doesn’t actually represent Christianity – she displays more like the opposite of what Christ is generally claimed to portray.

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    • Duker

       /  23rd April 2019


      Some people are their own worst enemies – self inflicted!

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      • Corky

         /  23rd April 2019

        Talking of self inflicted, Duker. Here’s Katie again. Providing a little ”balance” as Maureen would say ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJME8v78OSg . Add a https. to view.

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        • Kitty Catkin

           /  23rd April 2019

          No, thank you. I know what the silly attention-seeker is like and don’t need to go out of my way to see her. She seems to be becoming frantic to be noticed, poor thing, and making a total fool of herself. She’s old enough to know better.

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  2. MaureenW

     /  23rd April 2019

    The reaction to Hopkins comments is similar to the reactions to Israel Folou’s comments.

    Offended snowflakes – can’t bear to hear something thats not agreeable to their view if the world.

    At least Hopkins provides some much needed balance – whether people agree with her comments or not.

    There’s always an option to just ignore the comments and carry on.

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    • “At least Hopkins provides some much needed balance”

      I don’t see her MO as ‘balance’, she stokes a fairly unbalanced minority. And she gets disproportionate (unbalanced) coverage.

      “There’s always an option to just ignore the comments and carry on.’

      Yes of course. There’s also the option of challenging and confronting divisive crap.

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      • Gezza

         /  23rd April 2019

        That divisive crap can of course also be said to include religions. And I think that these should be challenged. I, and It seems many others, believe It’s time to recognise that while we don’t yet know everything, we know enough to have outgrown these ancient, long-divisive, ideologies.

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        • Kitty Catkin

           /  23rd April 2019

          KH is an attention-seeking nutcase who ran naked down the street with a sausage up her arse in a bid to get it.

          I am no fan of the PM, but these remarks were pathetic. The pathetic smart-arse cacotechny of a hasbeen idiotist.

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  3. Duker

     /  23rd April 2019

    Shes plainly a vile white supremacist of the worst sort
    ‘ Calling on people to “fight for your country” against Muslims, Hopkins appeared to make a call to arms’ [against Islam]
    -Hopkins is against multiculturalism.
    -Hopkins pushes the white genocide theory.
    -Migrants -‘Hopkins wrote a column in The Sun comparing migrants to “cockroaches” and “feral humans”
    A snob to boot -Hopkins revealed she would stop her children playing with their classmates based on their given names. She revealed a particular dislike for “lower class” names like Charmaine, Chantelle, and Chardonnay’
    She said she didnt like ‘geographic names’ either, but it was pointed that she has a daughter called India , she responded by saying India isnt related to a a place’ !!
    Ignorance seems to go with all her other attributes, yet her own background is from lower middle class (father was electrical engineer with local power board and mother a bank teller), yet apes a privileged aristocracy

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katie_Hopkins

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    • Corky

       /  23rd April 2019

      So what? Does she have to conform to what you think is acceptable? Don’t forget for every Katie Hopkins in the world, there is a migrant every bit as rabid.

      People seem to get hung up on the personality, and not on whether anything they say has merit or truth.

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        • Gezza

           /  23rd April 2019

          These things happen to the worst of us. 😀

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        • Corky

           /  23rd April 2019

          That’s the price for believing in something and having a passion and an ego. They are products of the personality They are a darn sight more dangerous and costly than prattling on a blog.

          ”Monroe originally asked for Hopkins to apologise and donate £5,000 to a migrants’ charity or she would sue. But Hopkins – who had confused Monroe with the columnist Laurie Penny – refused to back down, resulting in a costly court case, with the commentator forced to pay £24,000 in damages and a substantially larger sum in legal costs.”

          Happens to the best of us , Blazer. I keep thinking you are real. 😄

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          • Gezza

             /  23rd April 2019

            Katie Hopkins I’m afraid lost all credibility with me when she publicly announced that if Sadiq Khan was elected Mayor of London she would run naked down some street or other in London with a sausage up her bum.

            He was elected. She didn’t. Clearly has neither the courage of her convictions, nor the conviction for her courage.

            Thank you
            That is all
            Sir Gerald

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            • Corky

               /  23rd April 2019

              He’s a Muslim. She practised an Infidel version of ‘Taqiyya.’

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  23rd April 2019

              She did, Gezza, and was photographed.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  23rd April 2019

              More obagination from Corky the bayard using the word Infidel despite the fact that most Muslims do not use this of non-Muslims.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  23rd April 2019

              Gezza, it must have been photoshopped and not of her.

              Not that anyone would want to see this repellent vision.

            • Gezza

               /  23rd April 2019

              Kitty ! Of course it was blimmin photoshopped ! I posted the damn thing here 2 or 3 times over several months (blame Nelly). She had a whole string of snarlers hanging out of her beam end in that obviously doctored cut & paste image. From memory she wimped out with the excuse she’d been warned she’d be prosecuted for offensive behaviour or public indecency or something like that.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  23rd April 2019

              I didn’t look that closely, but did wonder at the young looking snag wearer.:D When it was cropped, it wasn’t so obviously photoshopped.

              Remember when Keith Locke promised to run naked down Newmarket and didn’t ? Not that anyone wanted to see what someone (from the Business Association ?) unforgettably described as his ‘organic meat and two veg’, but he should have kept his word, even if he did it when nobody was likely to be around.

  4. David

     /  23rd April 2019

    Hilary Clintons Tweet for Sri Lanka:
    On this holy weekend for many faiths, we must stand united against hatred and violence. I’m praying for everyone affected by today’s horrific attacks on Easter worshippers and travelers in Sri Lanka.

    60K
    5:17 AM – Apr 22, 2019

    What on earth is an Easter worshipper, is it inappropriate to say Christian these days given they are the only ones who celebrate it, Passover notwithstanding. In contrast she calls out rightly the people involved in the Mosque attacks.

    And her Christchurch tweet:
    My heart breaks for New Zealand & the global Muslim community. We must continue to fight the perpetuation and normalization of Islamophobia and racism in all its forms.

    White supremacist terrorists must be condemned by leaders everywhere. Their murderous hatred must be stopped.

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    • Duker

       /  23rd April 2019

      Still getting it all wrong
      She said ‘attacks on Easter worshippers ‘ ie those INSIDE the CHURCH when the bombs went off.
      Like the attacks in Christchurch were on ‘Muslim worshippers ‘ ie inside the mosque.

      Do you even know what churches, temples , mosques are designed to be used for ?
      Get out of your bubble of ignorance and maybe go to any one of those and learn something about real people and their faith.

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      • David

         /  23rd April 2019

        Read the language in the tweets. Muslim not Christian, white supremecist not Islamist, Islamophobia and racism not generalized hate and violence.

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        • Duker

           /  23rd April 2019

          Its not easter-worshipers its easter worshipers
          like previous usage about attacks on places of worship

          BBC: “Finsbury Park Attack: Roses for Ramadan Worshipers”
          The Guardian: “Afghanistan Suicide Bomber Kills Eid Worshippers at Mosque, Police Say”
          The Jewish Telegraphic Agency: “Homeless Couple Attacks Synagogue Worshippers in Buenos Aires”

          But those like you who have a finely tuned grievance worship, Trump only mentioned -“attack on churches and hotels” How dare he not mention ‘Christians’

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          • David

             /  23rd April 2019

            No one mentioned Trumps tweets, the BBC or the Guardian etc etc. just the double standard of Hilary Clinton.

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            • Duker

               /  23rd April 2019

              Why wasn’t Trump mentioning Christian’s too?
              Double standard.
              So SAD when those hotel thingys are attacked…he couldn’t even humanise it like Clinton (and Obama) did

  5. NOEL

     /  23rd April 2019

    After the debate on the Christian prayer in Parliament to be followed by an Islamic Prayer was hoping that would be the push for a secular country.

    We can only hope that the census question will be change to “do you practice a religion.”

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  6. duperez

     /  23rd April 2019

    We’re a mixed and weird lot. Some Mexican drug bosses get their kicks out of doing terrible things to those who get in their way. Some people devote their lives to helping others in forsaken parts of the world. Others while away time in creative pursuits.

    Whether or not any of those attract any attention, esteem or stature is arbitrary. As is the amount of it.

    Katie Hopkins, like all of us, is just another person travelling through life. She’s making her contribution, making her mark. There are some who consider the world a better place for her having been in it. I don’t.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  23rd April 2019

      She famously mocked the appearance of a woman with breast cancer and the kind of lymphoma that made her arm swell, to the anger of the cancer sufferer’s friends and family. Yes, the lymphoma looks grotesque, but there are some things that decency should demand are not mocked, and cancer is one.

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  7. lurcher1948

     /  23rd April 2019

    “LOOK AT ME” this manly looking rightwing knuckle dragger says.If anyone responds to this idiot she gets her moment of fame,the worse thing you can call her is shes “British” ooh the shame as a whiny racist thick rightwing pommie,with low intellect

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    • MaureenW

       /  23rd April 2019

      Read your own post before you call people low intellect knuckle-draggers.

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      • Duker

         /  23rd April 2019

        ” low intellect knuckle-draggers.”

        You do know that she claimed India wasnt a ‘place’ when asked about having that name for her daughter.
        India of course, as a name of a place ,has been around since the ancient greek times derived from the Indus river. In official use India and Bharat have equal standing.
        Use as a girls name is of course after India the place.

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        • MaureenW

           /  23rd April 2019

          Thank heavens Monty Python is no longer around. When did people become so pathetic? People have always made divisive comments – but we seem to have morphed into a cry-baby society – tripping over ourselves in case we offend or are offended. It’s pathetic!

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  8. FarmerPete

     /  23rd April 2019

    I get why Ardern reacted why she did after the Christchurch attack. It was an unspeakable act. I wouldn’t have gone so far as to wear the headgear which is a symbol of oppression of women, but I understand why she did and I wouldn’t make a fuss about it. But when Trump reached out and asked how the US could help, he was told to love Muslims more, which personally I didn’t think was appropriate, as he was not responsible for our tragedy. So she put her self out there. What I find unacceptable is there is a bit of a double standard here. Our leaders are quite prepared to call out white extremists, which I am totally ok with. Christian leaders around the world expressed their outrage and sympathy.
    What I am not ok with is the silence from the muslim religious leaders about attacks on christians by members of their own faith, and our leaders being unprepared to call it for what it is. I don’t think I missed anything, but the responsibility for the attacks in Sri Lanka has been allocated for at least 24 hours to local extremists with support from better resourced international groups. The silence about calling out those responsible is deafening. The tepid response from leaders like Obama, Clinton and others (including Ardern) who are unable to say the word ‘christians’ is also wrong.
    Outrage is a phenomena of the left, if the left occasionally get burned by it, i can’t get too exercised by it. personally, my belief is that any outrage that targets groups of people on airlines, in churches or schools, or by religious or national denomination needs to get fiercely denounced and those responsible, labelled, shunned and punished. Unfortunately, I don’t see an even handed approach to this issue.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  23rd April 2019

      Calling the scarf a symbol of oppression of women is very sexist and patronising.

      Do you really think that Muslim university students, doctors, teachers and other professionals are oppressed because they choose to wear a religious symbol ? I don’t.

      It’s an insult to Muslim women to make this claim.

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      • Farmerpete

         /  23rd April 2019

        Just because you say so doesn’t make it an insult to Muslim women. That is nonsense.
        If you don’t think women are oppressed in Muslim countries you aren’t detached from reality.
        I find this tendency to want to see or take offence at things to be counter productive.

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        • FarmerPete

           /  23rd April 2019

          Oops ‘are’ not ‘aren’t ‘.

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          • Duker

             /  23rd April 2019

            You mean this symbol of oppression

            People magazine
            or this one

            People Magazine
            Some designated catholic monarchs or princes spouses get to wear white meeting the pope . eg Princess Charlene of Monaco
            For some its either an ‘almost burqa’ or just a fascinator

            ABC Australia

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            • Gezza

               /  23rd April 2019

              Look at the faces. Gawd.

            • FarmerPete

               /  23rd April 2019

              If you want to ignore the main thrust of my post and focus on a non point then go ahead.

            • Duker

               /  23rd April 2019

              Youre welcome
              Ill be using the Trump one every time the veil or not to veil question comes up

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  23rd April 2019

              I wore a veil when I was married.

        • Kitty Catkin

           /  23rd April 2019

          Some Muslim countries, not all, and it’s changing; look at Saudi Arabia.

          Muslim women are not politicians and many have careers.

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  9. harryk

     /  23rd April 2019

    Ardern engaged in shameless self promotion that gave far too much international publicity to Christchurch, and more material for the Islamist militants to feed off. A simple, single low profile event to show mourning and inclusiveness would have been the better way to go. It’s not the first time she’s done this, having previously promoted herself as a refugee advocate opposing the Australian Minister Dutton’s policies. The left leaning media in Aust especially the ABC loved it, and her.

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    • Kimbo

       /  23rd April 2019

      Nah, sorry, I don’t often downtick anyone even when I strongly disagree. You think Ardern was self-serving? Go for it, even though I think that is nonsense. But when you say she provided, “more material for the Islamist militants to feed off”, that is morally deficient. They don’t need any material, and anything anyone anywhere does anytime and in anyway is a merely a pretext and excuse.

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      • harryk

         /  23rd April 2019

        ‘morally deficient’

        Kimbo. I’m talking international relations and National interest. Not morality.

        Yes, I think Ardern was and is a publicity seeker. So is Dutton. Most ambitious politicians are, and neither of them got to their current positions by presenting as wallflowers.

        All propagandists need as much material as they can get to misuse. AQ and IS are no different. Any publicity is good publicity. Ardern was/is seeking to forestall the possibility of domestic reciprocal radicalisation in NZ. She doesn’t seem to have been thinking of possible consequences for others offshore and that is the basis of my criticism.

        https://www.radicalisationresearch.org/debate/briefings-reciprocal-radicalisation/

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        • Kimbo

           /  23rd April 2019

          Isn’t that the same mentality that we should slowly sacrifice our freedoms but not, say, printing cartoons satirising Muhammed because “they” won’t like it, and there might be “consequences”?

          Sure, she used the “bully pulpit” of her office effectively to sell her message. That is politics. And I haven’t seen you make an argument that forestalling possible domestic radicalisation byhumanising the victims wasn’t a worthwhile a worthwhile priority.

          Nor that the organised and coordinated terrorist cells in Sri Lanka were genuinely prompted by Christchurch, or, as is far more likely, it was an excuse for an already-planned attack. West Bank, Gaza, Iraq, Syria, Christchurch, Trump, whatever, take your pick.

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          • Gezza

             /  24th April 2019

            I just watched a short news item featuring a burial procession for some of the Christian victims of this Muslim terrorist massacre in Sri Lanka led by a Catholic priest, who gave a brief interview with an Al Jazeera reporter & said, in perfect English, & with an incredible lack of self-awareness, reality, & common-sense, that those who were being buried were were followers “of Jesus Christ of Nazareth who is one true god” and that while those who had committed this heinous act were evil, they were required to forgive them, and to remember that they would ultimately have to answer to his God for what they had done.

            He was still in his vestments, a Swami-like figure with long, black curly hair & a shock white beard & moustache, & told the reporter he didn’t want to give his name for fear of becoming a target to be murdered. Stood out from everyone around him like a sore thumb & would probably take no more than a few hours to identfy.

            And I thought, for God’s sake ! What an idiotic, provocative damn thing to say ! There’s a temporary limited state of emergency in force in place & security forces are still on high alert for the possibility of more attacks.

            All the signs are that this act was committed by fanatical followers of version 3 of Jaweh, Allah, who believe, with absolute certainty, that theirs is the one true God & this priest has the stupidity to enrage & provoke more of them around the world abd in his own home country with his equally arrogant & deluded public assertion that only HIS god is the true God. 🙄

            It’s positively blimmin tragic that religious diehards (& I count this priest & most Christian clergy among them) in this day & age can still so casually & arrogantly set themselves above & against each other forever, by making it clear that at best they are only humouring the “obviously deluded” followers of other religions, as long as they don’t hurt anyone, by declaring their insistence, however quietly, “reasonably” or loudly that THEIR god (and obviously, therefore, they) are right, and superior.

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            • Kimbo

               /  24th April 2019

              Sorry, I know you don’t like religion, including the Abrahamic ones, and you seldom miss an opportunity to say so. Fair enough. But irrespective, and from what you’ve described it seems just like Jacinda Ardern’s response to Christchurch. Indeed, there should never be anything wrong with affirming peaceful values that still allows others to hold their own beliefs while also maintaining and defending ones own. Yet in this case a peaceful group of people were attacked, in large measure because they choose to believe that Jesus Christ is God. No one is forcing that religious belief onto others or attacking them if they refuse and continue to hold a contrary view. So false equivalence.

              And it is gross cowardice and aiding and abetting terrorism to be cowed by the fear that one’s action in doing so will somehow “provoke” those who despise those values. Whatever happened to the great humanist’s hero Voltaire’s “I disagree with what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it”?!

              And for that to be a real assertion, then speech, including freedom and peaceful propagation of religion, has to be said, especially when it is threatened and attacked as at Christchurch and Sri Lanka.

            • Kimbo

               /  24th April 2019

              The right response , IMHO, to the warning we may “enrage” and “provoke” a religious (or any) fundamentalist response to our exercise of freedom:

    • Kimbo

       /  23rd April 2019

      I accept the point that the over-wrought coverage of mass killings likely induces copycats from unhinged candidates. And yeah, as it played out two public memorial services in Christchurch seemed like overkill to deal with the grief. Not sure that was deliberate on Ardern”s part, more Ardern promised a national remembrance service very early in the piece, then the local version was planned first, and grew from there.

      Either way, her number one priority was, rightly IMHO, to exhibit solidarity with the victims who were targeted because they were “outsiders” – migrants and Muslims. And it was an indirect attack on all Kiwis. Just as with “Je suis Charlie”, so “we are NZ Muslim” applies That she did such a great job was the cause of inevitable international media coverage.

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