The newswires are glowing red hot concerning extremist activity in New Zealand. As usual these cases provide valuable information on how to identify these hotheads. A mere 300 kiwi plods took only a year to infiltrate and gather evidence on over 16 * of these miscreants. The focus seems to be on the character Tame Iti
Tame shuns the traditional interests of his community (substance abuse, unemployment, being in prison, suicide) and
"advocates full Maori independence"
who also shuns the traditional interests of his community (substance abuse, unemployment, being in prison, suicide) and
One is a bad guy and the other isn't**.
Extremist awareness fans like ourselves will recognise these tell-tale signs supplied by chief kiwi copper, Howard Broad:
The numbers of people attending the camps had been in the "tens", he said.
The people involved had been of varying ethnicities, with a raft of different "motivations" for attending.
Training involved the use of firearms and other weapons for "military-style" activity***.
wost of all, the telegraph adds:
Those arrested included environmental protesters and so-called peace activists.*17 is the full terrifying number
**This may depend on membership of the Scotch Labour Party.
***Lucky bastards,our lot have to make do with imaginary firearms