Ardern is determined to stamp out hate speech.
“You will know when you hear it,” Ardern is on record suggesting is how we will know if we hear hate speech.
The Ministry of Justice has more detail on what this law means.
“ Our society is stronger because of the many different people who call Aotearoa New Zealand home.
The Human Rights Act 1993 prohibits speech that incites racial disharmony and prohibits discrimination against a person because of an aspect of their identity. Following a review by the Ministry of Justice and the recommendations of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the terrorist attack at Christchurch masjidain on 15 March 2019, the Government is proposing changes to strengthen and clarify these protections. The Government is also proposing two further legislative changes to discrimination provisions more broadly. This document provides an opportunity for you to provide feedback on these proposals and suggestions for improvements.
The proposals target the types of communication that seek to spread and entrench feelings of intolerance, prejudice, and hatred against groups in our society. All people are equal, and our society is made up of people with many different aspects to their identities. The incitement of hatred against a group based on a shared characteristic, such as ethnicity, religion, or sexuality, is an attack on our values of inclusiveness and diversity. Such incitement is intolerable and has no place in our society.
So when the PM goes on record saying that the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated, and that the unvaccinated will no longer be accepted into participating in everyday activities in society. How does this fit in?
So the fact the vaccinated can spread the virus seems to be forgotten on this forced apartheid from the princess of kindness
So much for trusting the science and the team of 5 million.