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https://youtu.be/4tKEjSVhj-Q
Serious shit going on

Look at this video and make up your own mind.

So many questions that need answering.

Who sent them to this property and why? Why didn’t they like being filmed when asking the man their questions. This begs the question that if it wasn’t important enough to ask their questions unless they were not filmed, why go there in the first place? And on a Sunday morning? How did they know he would be home and not be at his church or synagogue or heaven forbid, his mosque?

Why were these armed officers of our NZ police force not comfortable asking an unarmed NZ citizen, who was non-threatening, their questions.? One can only assume they were not acting entirely within the law, and didn’t want a record of the interview. I hope my assumption here is wrong, but I doubt it.

Are our police being  politicised by this bunch of idiots called our government? Well I think we know the answer to that. When the head plod ran shotgun for Cindy last year (when the heat went on Jethro), we were warned off asking any more questions.

This is just yet again another example of our freedoms being slowly eroded all in the name of inclusiveness.

They should get their own house in order first. How many guns have been recovered after the criminal sauntered into the Palmerston North police station on Anzac day?

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  1. Would love to see/hear actual recordings of how the police are interacting with innocent New Zealanders and how they’re conducting themselves when they actually sit down to ‘discuss’ their ‘concerns’ because judging by comments on that youtube video and on the guys facebook page, apparently it’s not pleasant….

    I now know if for some stupid reason police visit me, I shall be discreetly recording! (but I deleted facebook shortly after CHCH because I knew im the idiotic kinda person to say something that would get me on a list like this haha)

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  2. “This is just yet again another example of our freedoms being slowly eroded”

    No!

    Our freedoms, never great in the socialist paradise of Godzone, are being very quickly eroded.

    Arming the badly trained, very ill-disciplined cowboys was always a bad idea.

    After the ChCh abject failure and subsequent over-reaction (in the name of overtime?) and the current revelations by the slime of sloth and gross incompetence I suggest the whole NZ Police force needs desperately to be reformed, from the top down, this time with emphasis on enforcing the will of the people in a non-biased, non-political way.

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  3. I am also interested to see what questions the police wanted to ask a fellow kiwi. What comments had attracted the attention of the authorities to this man? Is he a known political protestor or is he just an average ‘Joe Blow’ who expressed his personal dissatisfaction via the web? It was a cop-out by those constables to avoid filming of the confrontation. Is it policy that constables can refuse to carry out their duties if a member of the public begins filming? An interesting question considering the police are frequently filmed as everyone these days has a phone. Have the police prior to the Christchurch massacre turned up on the doorstep of ordinary kiwis to interview them regarding their free speech? And while we’re asking questions, why was the cop armed? I thought the special “carrying” period was over. Is Nick Hunt, the bloke on the clip, known to the police as dangerous or are our police now routinely armed when attending an address of those they wish to question? Will they be armed if I open my door and find them on my doorstep wanting answers? What’s up with that?

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  4. I was curious as to what was in the information pack tucked into the officers back and where abouts this was? Are police routinely armed around the country?

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    • ” Are police routinely armed around the country?”

      Yes.

      ChCh police had just had weeks running around playing Tom Mix prior to their abject failure on March 15 and now they (the whole bloody shambles of them) think they’re Tom Mix and Wyatt Earp combined.

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      • Commissioner Mike Bush has just gone public advising he is against Police being routinely armed. That will upset the front line Cops who want to be armed.

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    • The man and the lady had the same red pack.
      Did the shelia go back to the car to get her gun? She disppeared for a while!

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  5. The cop seems nervous, like he was forced to be there. What WERE they doing there? Weird.

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    • Is this an example of the thought Police. Two odd people turn up at an innocent persons door on a Sunday in stab vests with one wearing a sidearm? No attempt to identify themselves officially in an area where station house security has been a serious issue already widely reported. They were nervous about being recorded and eventually fumbled to a retreat. Strange indeed.

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  6. Should have asked for badge numbers I assume that we can and lodge an OIA or ask for their records from the Police.

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  7. One thing that nobody seems to have bought up about the PN police station holdup.
    The burgler got in thru a rollerdoor left up, from what I know.
    But there was a internal door that was locked and #alarmed#, that he kicked in. What nobody in the police station at the time. All out getting donuts, were they? Maybe they were all gaurding the local mosque and left the answer phone on!
    Why did the people investigate the alarm going off. Maybe they had stuck a piece of paper in to silence it?
    Then there would have been another locked door to the armoury surely and alarmed? Not just a standard internal door. Surely the armoury would be strengthened. After all they want you to put your guns in a strengthened cabinet. Surely the armoury was locked?
    So that’s two doors that he kicked in!
    Something is fishy here!
    Have any of the media rocked up to the police station and said show me?
    I must confess that I don’t watch tv news or buy a paper. But I don’t think so!

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  8. Helen Clark politicised the police during her regime, so Ardern has precedent to use as a foundation step. For example, no action was taken when she committed art fraud.

    That politicising the police down to the foot soldiers is a bit more of worry. As in, how saturated with political interference is the police force?

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  9. Personally I don’t see the police necessarily as the bogeymen in all of this because at the end of the day they are just civil servants being paid to do a job.
    The rules and regulations and the “climate” they operate under are set by politicians who either openly or subtly make their expectations known via police top brass who then make it happen.
    The multicultural and diversity agenda has been forced on the public via the political establishment and now that it is starting to show some major failings the government is circling the wagons and one way to do this is to get the police to apply pressure to dissenters in an attempt to silence them.
    The only reason the government has not had to apply pressure via other apparatus such as the media is they became compliant on the issue of diversity years ago singing their hearts out like good little choir boys.
    The only questioners are the public so they need to be bought into line to maintain “harmony”.

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    • I agree that the rank and file are just doing their jobs. My comments were aimed at the top monkey. He is the one who is in cahoots with the politicians. This shit will not end until he is gone.

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        • Orders as opposed to laws…

          I would have thought a policeman could refuse to obey a bad order.

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          • A “bad order” is completely subjective because good and bad is in the eye of the beholder.
            You can refuse to follow an order which is illegal but not one which you morally find “bad”.
            Everyday I am personally directed to work with one guy who is a retard and another who has body odour and I find this a “bad order” but legally I can’t say no as this then becomes subordination.

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            • Fair enough, I phrased it as an ethical question.

              Would going around with a gun on your hip, without a search warrant, haranguing people presumably not doing any criminal activity be obeying an illegal order?

              I say not doing anything criminal since the cop didn’t want to continue the “conversation”. Since it appears the person being interrogated legally has firearms, I doubt he was guilty of breaking probation or anything else of that nature. On the face of it, the cops are stepping beyond their legal bounds.

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          • Well drug possession is going to be subjective as per police person so they have discretion. I am sure that recently there was another police person that objected to being filmed.

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    • it’s called “inclusividy” by those in the know. Just a not so subtle way of showing which side he bats for.

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  10. These are the same NZ police under the Labour party cuck Mike Bush who broke years of precedence to tell the people of NZ that the PM’s partner was not currently under suspicion for any crime. Anybody who thinks that Mike Bush is anything other than a nailed on Labour luvvie is a moron, the man is a disgrace.

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  11. Not exact transcript, but as close as I reasonably can for “ONE of those People” 🙂

    [What is going on]
    (Then a confirmation of his name.)

    umm… The reason we are here is .. umm .. is basically is down to the recent … umm.. events in Christchurch …. um . with the shooting and that..right ..

    [yip] based on that..um .. sort of a number of people have been identified as … we have been tasked to go and speak to. … so you are one of those people. … um…. [Well] is the reason we are here …

    [Well,What pacifically] that is what we are to talk about…but Not really comfortable to discussing this with you while I am being filmed. ….

    [NO I think you should be because you know you have come here on a Sunday morning. It is quarter to ten isnt it, Right, and you come here onto my property and now you want to discuss something. So I think we need to get a record of this. and make sure what ever that you are doing. or whatever you are doing round here.]
    (and continues on )

    a police observation then claims he is “upset”, and his reply is that he is not upset. and then sort of gets into semantics. …. and the police keep saying they do not want any discussion on camera.

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  12. Talking to a friend this morning who said the President of the local gun club recently had a visit from the police and THEY recorded the conversation.

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  13. But but but…its the most transparent gummint ever! Horsey said so. Time to start ordering some yellow vests maybe?

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  14. This is serious. Four suggestions for the guy:

    1. Go to his MP about it whoever it happens to be. Record it of course.
    2. Go to the cop shop and give them another chance to ask what they wanted to ask and also explain why they did not want to interview him on tape. Also recorded.
    3. If 2 is not successful issue an FOI request as to who made the decision to interview him and why.
    4. Keep the YSB community (and hopefully the wider public) informed.

    As I said, this is serious.

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  15. Thank you Ed for posting this.

    Something dodgy is going on here, why would a cop on legitimate business be so uncomfortable (unless the cop was personally feeling compromised about the appropriateness of the task he’d been allocated).

    Either way, clearly this was a thought-control visit. An opportunity for giving someone a bit of an indication that their wrong-think had been noticed and that they were on the white-supremacist watch list.

    It’s disgraceful. Some on this blog have suggest the victim lodge a OIA request. I’d think it would be more sensible to lodge a request for what information is held by the Police on him and to complain immediately to the Privacy Commissioner if he doesn’t receive a satisfactory explanation for what the visit was for.

    Anyone getting such a visit and if the plods are similarly bashful about being recorded- a verbal request should be made immediately under the Privacy Act to the presenting officer and they should be required to confirm that they acknowledge receipt of the request (on camera). Followed up again by a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner if a satisfactory response is not received.

    Citizens need to use the available tools (and especially the complaints process) to combat this disgusting thought policing.

    How has it come to this?

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  16. Not the first time. If you read the judgement on the Asburton Toilets case where a gun owner got arrested for following the law, this happened there. That case the police had a search warrant and ge filmed them. They threatened to arrest him if he didn’t stop. That judgement was damning if the police and it was perjury in all but name. It is public record and worth a read.

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  17. I did read that case and it was apparent the Police knowledge on firearms was distinctly lacking, common sense would suggest that on investigating a reasonable complaint of a person carrying a gun openly that on finding the owner was not only licensed but the gun was being transported for repair and not operational and the owner maintaining control of the gun was sensible and and end to the inquiry. Still I suppose being an ignorant arsehole then wasting time on interviewing and then illegally raiding the gun owners house better than having to investigate burglaries etc. A pity the Judge did not order significant monetary compensation as a warning to Police to use common sense.

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