Maori party turns on terror enabler Derek Fox

The Maori party has moved to distance themselves from terror enabler Derek Fox.

The Maori Party distanced itself from former candidate Derek Fox after he controversially blamed the victims of the Paris terror attacks for their deaths.

Mr Fox said on Facebook that the editor of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo had “paid the price” for his “bigotry” and “arrogance”.

He stood by his comments, and said if the magazine had not published gratuitous insults, the victims “would still be alive now”.

“But they didn’t, in fact they ramped it up to sell more mags. Well, they got bitten severely on the bum.” 

Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox said Mr Fox’s views did not match the Maori Party’s, and she condemned the violence in Paris.

She did not know whether he was still a paid-up member but said he was only “loosely connected” to the party “after all these years”.

Mr Fox ran for the Maori Party in Ikaroa-Rawhiti six years ago but is also a leading Maori journalist, former Maori Television chairman and former mayor of Wairoa.

I wonder how the left-wing feels today having Derek Fox in their terror hugging camp.

 

– NZ Herald

 


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