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Posie Parker cancels trip to NZ over safety concerns – accuses police of corruption

Women’s Rights campaigner Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull (aka Posie Parker) has cancelled her upcoming trip to New Zealand.

She was due to attend the court hearing of the Eli Rubashkyn, who police have charged with assaulting Keen with a can of tomato soup in March.

A #LetWomenSpeak event is scheduled to take place in St. Patrick’s Square in the Auckland CBD on 20 September to coincide with the court hearing.

Keen’s previous visit to New Zealand ended amid ugly scenes in Auckland’s Albert Park after a mob stormed her #LetWomenSpeak event, necessitating her evacuation under security protection. This had followed a series of violent incidents on the day which saw Keen dowsed in tomato soup, as well as the repeated punching of an elderly female supporter in the face. Both of these incidents are the subject of ongoing police prosecutions.

In a video shared on social media today Keen said the cancellation could not be avoided as the police were ‘captured’ and ‘lying’.

‘The leaders in the [police] team are lying. One of their main people is also on the board of… Rainbow Pride Auckland.’

Keen said her security advisors in the UK had told her the trip would be impossible to police and that her family had asked her not to go, out of fear for her safety.

‘I don’t think I can. I don’t think I’m going to get in the country. And even if I do I don’t think the police at all are going to protect us. I think it’s just… impossible to go… It would cost just obscene amounts of sacrifice for me to be able to do it, and I have to listen to my family – they are the most important thing about my life…’

‘I think we know the New Zealand police are corrupt. I think we know the border force are corrupt. I think we know the politicians are corrupt… They’ve revealed who they are, and they were basically against us from the start, even when they knew we were being assaulted they didn’t come.

‘I know a lot of people will be disappointed. It’s not a ‘never coming back to New Zealand’. I want to come back to New Zealand. I want to come back to New Zealand when we open the branch and arm of the Women Party.

‘I just don’t trust them. I don’t trust that the court case is going to go ahead. I don’t trust the police will come and look after me or any women attending. I just think for some random crazy in New Zealand I’m probably a good head, a good scalp.’

‘All we want to do is let women speak because women don’t have penises. No man has a vagina. There’s no such thing as ‘non-binary’. And transitioning children is profound abuse.’

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  1. fair enough. I just saw River of Freedom and I am reminded what a bunch of corrupt people our police are. Their behaviour at the protest was nothing short of DISGUSTING.

    Julian Bachelor has realised that if he doesn’t tell police where his meetings are then no protestors turn up. So if that doesn’t tell you everything you need to know……

    What happened to safer communities together? U til the police realise that it is WE the taxpayers who are paying them and THEY work for us NOT the politicians, then we will continue to distrust the police. He is heavy and he ain’t your brother 😡

  2. No surprises here. The Police simply exist as a private army/goon squad to ‘protect and serve’ the crooked government, and we the tax payers foot the bill.

    When was the last time the cops actually solved an actual crime in your local area? A rhetorical question obviously.

    • to stop paying taxes is bartering a good option. I have done it all my life as i don t like to work for the State or any state.
      I had for ex. my terrass paved in exchange for translations.
      But you can cook, mind children, repair or paint or whatever you can in exchange for anything really. You won t get rich on monnies, but in nice experiences

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