Women's rights campaigner Kellie-Jay Keen narrowly escapes a mob of protesters at her Let Women Speak event in Auckland
we are very deep in it here in new zealand and lack of any real democracy will make it exceedingly difficult to turn back. i encourage other countries to pay attention. because we are ultimate the testing ground and we can show you how bad it can be. when things go way too far, too fast and there is no stopping them.
"Stop the hate" by being hateful. Makes perfect sense.
In regards to the "Nazi" people, I can't help but think of a stunt pulled in Virginia by the Lincoln Project back during that state's election cycle for Governor, trying to make it look like there was "White Supremacy" support for then candidate Youngkin. It fell apart pretty quickly once the contradictions started getting pointed out, like having a supposed white supremacist group with a black participant (apparently they didn't realize "Clayton Bigsby" was a fictional character, not real life).
While I don't really follow NZ politics (inconsequential to me due to both size and being on the other side of the planet), what little I've seen suggests there's not much chance of anyone taking a critical look at the "supporting Nazis" in a similar manner.
Is it just me, or does the entire trans-rights movement's sphere of influence seem strikingly disproportionate to their population?
Was there no one of authority or influence in New Zealand and Australia who spoke up for Keen and opposed the trans activists? I find it hard to believe that the activists have widespread support but each time I see a report like this it gives the impression that they represent the majority mainstream view. This issue has to be pushed up the political agenda and pressure put on politicians to support women's rights and they should be told "If you don't take this seriously we won't vote for you".