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Avi Yemini case – Officials pre-determined visa refusal because of ‘opposing views’

Heavily redacted documents relating to the saga were recently obtained by Yemini’s legal team.

Yemini, an independent journalist working for Rebel News Australia was denied entry into New Zealand in August, when he attempted to fly to Wellington to cover the Freedoms and Rights Coalition parliament protest.

At the time government officials told Yemini the decision was made on the basis of a previous conviction he had for assault.

It has since emerged that the conviction was not one that met the threshold for denying entry.

The new documents add a further twist as emails reveal officials had pre-determined to send Yemini and fellow journalist Rukshan Fernando back to Australia, not on the basis of any conviction, but because of ‘a propensity of both people to incite and agitate people with opposing views.’

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  1. What a pathetic, tyrannical woke government we have. Subservient agents to globlaists such as Jacinda Adern will have no clue of free speech and can only follow a narrative given to her by her masters.

  2. Why is the *** Arvi getting involved in the affairs of the Goyim? if he is so worried about rights and freedoms cant he go back to Israel and do it there? it is not as thou they have no problems to sort out.


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