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Controversial UK columnist reveals death threat from Kiwi

Controversial British media personality Katie Hopkins has revealed a death threat she received from someone in New Zealand.

Hopkins was labelled an “idiot” and “publicity seeker” by Finance Minister Grant Robertson for tweeting it was Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s “move” following the Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings.

Hopkins wrote she expected Jacinda Ardern to be “dressed as the Pope, ringing church bells across New Zealand and praying in Latin in Parliament by noon”.

The tweet was in response to Hopkins’ previous criticism of Ardern donning a hijab following the Christchurch mosque attacks on March 15.

The media personality posted the threatening email on Twitter on Tuesday evening local time.

The email stated: “You are a dead woman walking, you are being stalked, the evils are not far behind you, you a— s– loving w—-.”

Hopkins captioned the post: “The peace-loving peoples of New Zealand,” drawing a circle around the “nz” in the email address. 

One Twitter user Hopkins was “inciting hatred” by posting the email.

“You are inciting hatred against the people of New Zealand. We all get hate messages… but it’s not good to stir up hatred against a country,” the user wrote.

Robertson told The AM Show on Tuesday morning “she is an idiot”.

“I am not sure if she thinks that Jacinda is the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka as well as the Prime Minister of New Zealand.

“Katie Hopkins is a publicity seeker, and I hope that’s the last time I say her name on TV.”

Radio host Sean Plunket also lashed out at the Brit on Magic Talk on Tuesday, saying her comments were an “attack on New Zealanders”.

“Katie Hopkins’ attack on our Prime Minister was unjustified, but her snarky sarcastic extremist tweet after the Sri Lanka bombings isn’t just an attack on Jacinda Ardern, it is an attack on New Zealanders.

“She’s a failed soldier, a failed talk host, a failed celebrity and a failed human being. She is a successful online troll, racist, Islamophobe and xenophobe.”

Hopkins was once dubbed as “Britain’s most hated woman”, and was fired from her talk show at the London Broadcasting Company for tweeting “we need a final solution” following the Manchester bombings in 2017.

Radio interview with Ryan Bridge

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/04/i-think-it-was-overdone-katie-hopkins-criticises-jacinda-ardern-for-putting-muslims-first.html

Old song but the lyrics are as true now as they were then.
“We’d live the life we choose
We’d fight and never lose”

We cannot afford to lose this fight!

Once upon a time there was a tavern
Where we used to raise a glass or two
Remember how we laughed away the hours
And dreamed of all the great things we would do

Those were the days my friend
We thought they’d never end
We’d sing and dance forever and a day
We’d live the life we choose
We’d fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la…
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Then the busy years went rushing by us
We lost our starry notions on the way
If by chance I’d see you in the tavern
We’d smile at one another and we’d say

Those were the days my friend
We thought they’d never end
We’d sing and dance forever and a day
We’d live the life we choose
We’d fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la…
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Just tonight I stood before the tavern
Nothing seemed the way it used to be
In the glass I saw a strange reflection
Was that lonely woman really me

Those were the days my friend
We thought they’d never end
We’d sing and dance forever and a day
We’d live the life we choose
We’d fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la…
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

Through the door there came familiar laughter
I saw your face and heard you call my name
Oh my friend we’re older but no wiser
For in our hearts the dreams are still the same

Those were the days my friend
We thought they’d never end
We’d sing and dance forever and a day
We’d live the life we choose
We’d fight and never lose
For we were young and sure to have our way.
La la la la…
Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

17 COMMENTS

  1. Name calling is not the way to advance your stance in any debate. You are only inciting hatred by posting any support for this vile person. She is not welcome here to further your white privilege and hate for other cultures. We should be more inclusive like the PM says.

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    • You are not welcome here promoting your white hating vile.
      You are promoting hate speech and holy should remove you or report you just like you would do on your home blog whatever nasty blog that is. (Stranded, Red blurt or whichever.) Go shit your fairy dust there.

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      • My guess is that she is of western heritage, possibly lesbian or bi, daddy issues maybe, nothing that a dose of reality won’t improve, if she is lucky The ‘white mans guilt’ is taught in schools, they are not taught a balanced view, or to think and research for themselves, how can they be blamed, they are brainwashed, and teachers know best. white children coming out of school already feel that they owe, due to their luck and those not born ‘privileged’ grow up with a chip on their shoulder because conversely they are taught that they are by the same virtue, inferior, and not their fault.

        I have given this much thought over the years, and would be interested in others opinions, if you could be born any race, which would it be? I pretty much think I know the answer that white folk would give, but I have always felt that if others had a choice they would be white too.
        So there is race envy out there just like gender envy I guess. What is wrong with being happy and accepting of how you were born.

        The scary thing is that it goes right through the school system, through university, I found it myself. I got my degrees despite myself lol. those that did exceptionally well were those that parroted back the teachers/lecturers own views. Definitely a bias.

        A woman I went through Law School with was a Maori mentor, she used to invite me along to all sorts of cultural things, as her plus one lol, settle down you lot, I went to have a greater understanding of the system that I was up against, plus it was the only socializing that I did up there.

        I have no interest in understanding Islam at all, no one is going to turn my Maori by exposing me to the culture nor would they want me, but Islam is not the same, they are inclusive so that they can consume you.

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        • Good on you Rachel for staying true through those University years, and “learning the system”.

          I understand as I through the years read up on the koran hadith etc…. and learnt how to talk to muslims, as to have an interest, but rarely if ever show my depth of knowledge.

          It is sort of draining knowing some of these things and understand you probably have had more than enough in one area of knowledge.
          Look forward to more of your knowledge in that part of life in NZ.

          Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster.
          Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/sun_tzu_385644

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        • I saw a friend of mine who was telling me about her child attending UofW doing a BA. One of the papers is a politics paper. She proudly told me of the 100% received for the latest assignment. Sadly, I presume, we have lost another one to the teachings of the left. Diplomatically I mumbled something positive.

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    • “as” the PM says, darling. Your lack of grammar skills betrays your lack of education. However, on to the substantive rebuttal of your posit above. You accuse someone of “inciting hatred”. Evidence, please. Do you have any idea of what “inciting hatred” is? Now off you go and Google it, between your spelling test and creative writing homework…

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    • Preachy little thing aren’t you. inclusive doesn’t mean giving up your existing values to assume those of others.

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      • Forgive the fairy, Rachael. It’s only 17 years old, and views the world through a tiny woke prism. It hasn’t matured enough to see the very irony in its presence here, and what it posts. Although it provides us with a little sport, we’d really do best to ignore it. The fairies of this world thrive on reaction, and quickly wither when ignored.

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        • Maybe so, I find it interesting that she doesn’t view Katie Hopkins as a strong woman, worthy of being allowed an opinion. I find Fairydust interesting, like any other alien species. if they are a product of today’s education system, the inculcation is complete.

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  2. The ignorant Ryan Bridge after virtue points, claims we need migrant workers to pick our fruit, conveniently leaves out the fact that unemployed NZers won’t do the work, claims to not “know” about UK rape gangs(personally. Im calling BS on that).
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    My interview with Ryan Bridge @MagicTalkRadio #NZ in which he calls me a c*nt.

    Strange how that didn’t make the edit – hey Ryan. Happily some of us record our calls.The problem with Katie Hopkins is that she is a very good debater and wouldn’t let herself down sledging at first slip for the Australian cricket team. She is not an idiot. … Catus Kate.

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    • Yes, i thought that Ryan was very rude, I thought that he had potential as an interviewer, he really wasn’t even interested in what she had to say, talking over her like that.

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      • Katie invited Ryan to go with her to Muslim areas in France where she has often visited so she knows what she is talking about. He doubted her story, She said she would take him and show him. A journalist with any gumption would bite her hand off to go and see for himself. No, not this little NZ journalist, he is safe in his own little bubble in his Magic radio chair telling NZ’ers what they think.

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  3. The FULL interview of Katie Hopkins by Ryan Bridge. It is in two parts (scroll down for the 2nd part)

    https://www.magic.co.nz/home/news/2019/04/katie-hopkins-on-magic-talk-drive.html

    I was ‘surprised’ Ryan Bridge is obviously used to the same echo chamber most NZ journalists suffer from and was not aware of the Oxford grooming gangs nor of the background of Grant Robertson’s father. Why are they journalists if they don’t look beyond the msm newsfeeds?

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    • Note: for some reason part 2 of the Katie Hopkins interview is at the top of the page while part 1 is further down the page.

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  4. I don’t see why she is referred to as controversial, isn’t that buying into the narrative? She speaks to truth.

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