New Zealand’s 9/11

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Starting around 28:00, Adam, a #hrdpar denier, plays some clips and reads the intelligence agencies’ manifesto released from the #NZmosque #hrdpar. Worth a listen. The American intelligence agent sent over to oversee the event, Paul Buchanan, calls this NZ’s 9/11.

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  1. xileffilex

    Just having a skim through the easily re-distributed cast of fictims, one sees one Sayyad Milne. Sounds like a scion of the Scottish Milne family.

    Here’s mum – Noraini Milne associated [as a parent, probably] at Lyttelton Primary School two years ago, Lyttelton being a coastal suburb of Christchurch.
    The school doesn’t mention the HRDPAR on its recent post event newsletter
    Originally from Singapore

    The boy’s father is John Milne
    His father, John Milne **, told New Zealand radio his son had died. “I’ve lost my little boy, he’s just turned 14,” he said. “It’s so hard . . . to see him just gunned down by someone who didn’t care about anyone or anything.”

    His mother, Noraini, managed to escape.
    [like mums do…]

    ** location not given

    We learn he had a sister with a “shared father” [i.e JM] – Brydie Henry
    source

    Fictim Sayyad had twin siblings Cahaya [female] and Shuayb, [male], both 16 years old [apparently not at the mosque….and who both attended Lyttelton Primary School in December 2015] and cousin Khairul Ab Karim – the latter still in Singapore and happens to be 24 years older than his NZ cousin….
    www.straitstimes.com/singapore…

    “I did not see him. I only saw dead bodies lying stiff, bodies lying on top of each other. I was stunned, in disbelief that this is happening in New Zealand.”
    She left the mosque without knowing where her son was.
    When Sayyad’s parents went to the hospital at night and could not find their son, they had a feeling he had died. His death was confirmed the next day.

    hmmm rigor mortis setting in immediately. A medical first.

    Sayyad, who was born in New Zealand, had visited Singapore three times – his last trip here was for two months last December.
    Hmmmmm making arrangements?

    Sounds like a BS story, with relocation to Singapore to me.

    PS – oh, the Straits Times names her as Noraini Abbas not Milne.

    Mr Milne poses for the cameras – writing a letter to Sayyad….
    www.timeslive.co.za/news/world…
    cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/66…

    like you do..

    No doubt there were more cousins in Singapore…
    Here’s the image of the New Zealand siblings with their Singaporean elder cousin
    www.straitstimes.com/sites/def…

    1. napoleon wilsonnapoleon wilson

      Listen, and understand. That xileffilex is out there, it cant be bargained with, it cant be reasoned with, it doesn’t feel pity or remorse or fear, and it absolutely will not stop…EVER,

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