Winston Peters is 100% right over Orlando, shame on all the other leaders

Winston Peters delivered a speech in Parliament yesterday. He was 100% right in his speech when talking about the blame game over Islamic terrorism, and calls it as such.

He scotches claims about gun control, and the refusal to discuss what the real problem is…and that is Islam.

John Key wussed out. He refused to, or couldn’t, utter the word Islam. Not a mutter, not a murmur. On NewstalkZB on Monday morning he spoke to Mike Hosking and blamed it on a lack of gun control. He didn’t mention that in his speech but failed to even utter the word terrorism.  

Andrew Little couldn’t bring himself to mention Islam, and instead blamed it all on homophobia. He just wants hugs and cuddles…like Islamic terrorists will be listening to that, but not a single mention of the word Islam.

Peter Dunne couldn’t say Islam or terrorism either. He was upset about people telling the truth about the attacker, and blamed that for the reason why an Islamic terrorist felt the need to kill 50 people in a night club. He also blamed gun control. His main thrust, however, was that we caused the terrorist attack because we’ve been mean to Muslims…he intimated that because he can’t say Islam or terrorism either. Peter Dunne makes me sick.

David Seymour was a weasel, attempting a sledge at Winston Peters. He seemed to be tongue tied too, unable to say Islamic terrorism either.

I have no idea what Te Ururua Flavell said as it was all in Maori with a bit of wailing at the end.

Kevin Hague, of course, made it all about homophobia. Again, he couldn’t bring himself to acknowledge that Islam is hostile to gay people. For him it was an “act of homophobic violence”. It was America’s gun laws to blame for the mass murder…and New Zealand is only a gay massacre away from this happening here apparently.

 

– In the House

 


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