Parliament Protest: The Worst of Outcomes

I’m sure all NZ readers know what has happened in Wellington. I hardly need describe it.

If the Prime Minister had met with the Parliament protest leaders when a meeting was requested it would not have come to this. The leaders of the protest agreed, in writing, that they would leave peacefully and clean up after themselves when this was over. Instead we have this wretched mess created by a bungled and inconsistent police response. And won’t the MSM be loving it.

Last night they reported protestors “slashing” police car tires as the cops dismantled makeshift showering facilities. Truth is that someone let air out of the tires. Talk about misreporting. Several days back the same MSM reported police officers being “attacked with an unknown stinging substance”. Truth emerged that some cop pepper-sprayed his fellow officers by accident. The MSM remain reticent to report that fact.

What the MSM won’t show you: Protestors stand with their backs to pepper-spray wielding Police. Cops ripping, tearing, littering and destroying. This mess will be blamed on the protestors no doubt!

Share the video and images widely, get the truth out!

Here’s the evidence: Police engage in willful destruction while protestors stand with backs to the police line.

Chantelle Baker – Chantelle Baker was live. | Facebook

And now the PM emerges from her bunker to say how “saddened” she is by it all. Oh, yes, now she makes an appearance, now the protestors have been removed. How courageous. Turning on the sprinklers and playing obnoxious music failed. Blocking the portaloos from being serviced failed (thanks to some innovative plumbing work!) and so it’s back to the hardline tactics. Ardern leading the charge from the rear no doubt.

Surely, this is the worst of outcomes. No one in their right mind wanted it to go this way.

An early morning police operation is underway in Wellington.
Protesters and police clash on the 23rd day of the occupation in Wellington.
Protesters clash with police on day 23 of the occupation.
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Martin Harris

I have a lovely partner and 3 very active youngsters. We live in the earthquake ravaged Eastern Suburbs of Christchurch, New Zealand. I began commenting/posting on Uncensored back in early 2012 looking for discussion and answers on the cause and agendas relating to our quakes. I have always maintained an interest in ancient mysteries, UFOs, hidden agendas, geoengineering and secret societies and keep a close eye on current world events. Since 2013 I have been an active member of community, being granted admin status and publishing many blogs and discussion threads. At this time I'm now helping out with admin and moderation duties here at Uncensored where my online "life" began.

3 thoughts on “Parliament Protest: The Worst of Outcomes

    1. Having viewed the entire thing via the livestream and compared to the grotesque MSM coverage, I agree. Freedoms And Rights Coalition had pledged to leave Parliament grounds clean and tidy. The cops willfully trashed the place AND left Wellingtonians to clean up the mess (which we will get blamed for).
      I understand many from Wellington will be coming down to freedom Camp Christchurch. I sure hope Christchurch remains peaceful. Tomorrow should be an interesting experience and of course I will report on it as usual.

  1. GFY Ardern and all the rest of the cowards in parliament. It is a sad day for the country. But, hopefully judging by peoples reaction to the protest outside the Whangarei Police station today all those cowards in parliament have misread the room, and a bigger movement will emerge now.

    One can but hope

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