New Zealand shooting being used by governments to create an internet police state

Monday, March 18, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Monday, March 18, 2019

The people of New Zealand are understandably shocked, hurt, and angry following the Friday shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, in which some 50 Muslim worshipers were killed and about that many wounded.

What makes the shootings even more horrific is that terrorism isn’t something New Zealanders have much experience with — especially when the terrorist is a bigoted hater who lived among them (though he is Australian).

But if Americans have learned any lessons from similar incidents they include these: Bad things happen to good people; hate is intolerable, no matter who is doing the hating; and liberties, once surrendered, are not easily recovered.

Following the shootings, the New Zealand government has already begun to consider restrictive new gun control measures, specifically, bans on semi-automatic rifles like the one used by the killer, Brenton Tarrant.

What’s more, in the government’s efforts to learn more about the attacks — that is, beyond what Tarrant provided in a rambling 74-page manifesto already — authorities are ready to trample additional rights.

As The Gateway Pundit reports, it took the New Zealand government less than 24 hours to shut down Internet access to VOAT and 8chan, online chat rooms that serve as principle forums of opposition to the Deep State (which is global, by the way). It should be noted here that New Zealand is a member of the “Five Eyes” Western intelligence network that includes the United States, Canada, the U.K., and Australia.

In addition, authorities are demanding personal information on any online user at the Kiwifarms website who engaged in any discussions of Tarrant’s disturbing manifesto.

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