Just when you though it couldn’t get anymore farcical across the ditch: “During Question Time, Bishop asked Police Minister Stuart Nash if he stood by statements of police in relation to the theft of 11 guns from the Palmerston North police station and if police paid
What a surprise: “Neither Fatu nor Black Power’s O’Reilly hide from the fact their gangs have guns – some of them illegal. And neither is willing to concede they should turn them in after the Christchurch attack. “Will gangs get rid of their weapons? No,” Fatu
How to bankrupt and disarm a country in one hit: “The cost of New Zealand’s buyback scheme for newly banned semi-automatic weapons could balloon to $500 million, according to the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners (COLFO). That figure is more than double what the Government has estimated.
It really is a scene out of 1984, let alone 1996, in New Zealand at the moment. A week following the horrible events of Christchurch, we have seen the jackboot of Jacinda Ardern come down hard on the citizens of NZ. Aside from the attempted gun
Serial anti-gun offender Nick O’Malley has penned this diatribe from former NZ Police Minister Judith Collins: “A New Zealand MP and former police minister has told the National Rifle Association to “bugger off” out of the nation’s affairs as it prepares to introduce sweeping gun law reforms.
That didn’t take long: Wow, even Sauron is having to surrender his MSSA ring: Shades of the Nerf Gun handed in at the National Firearm Amnesty two years ago. Collectivist punishment by stealing the property of 250,000 people who had nothing to do with Christchurch, is
This is just disgusting: “New Zealand police are probing a suspicious blaze that destroyed a small gun club. Fire crews were called to the scene in the North Island town of Kaitaia at about 4am on Tuesday. No one was hurt in the incident, but it
Talk about Ctrl C + Ctrl V: Speaking after a Cabinet meeting on the country’s gun laws and security after the mosque attacks that killed 50 people last week, Ms Ardern said an “in principle” agreement about the decisions on gun reform had been made. When asked about
As the fallout from Christchurch continues, we now learn that both the Australian and NZ governments failed to have Brendan Tarrant on any kind of watchlist despite plenty of warning signs: “Ms Ardern said authorities were “live” to the growth of violent right-wing extremist groups. But
Interesting development from the NZ Herald: “A second shooting happened at a mosque in the Linwood area of the city. One Friday prayer goer returned fire with a rifle or shotgun. Witnesses said they heard multiple gunshots around 1.45pm. A well known Muslim local chased the