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Anti-Trans Rights Campaigner, Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, Fires Shots at New Zealand After Overwhelming Counter-Protest



The “Let Women Speak” Tour

Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, also known as Posie Parker, a British activist, was set to speak at an event in Auckland as part of her “Let Women Speak” tour of Australia and New Zealand. Her rallies in multiple cities claimed that the transgender rights campaign was discriminating against women and silencing them.

Counter-Protesters Drown Out Keen-Minshull

Attending Auckland’s Albert Park, Keen-Minshull faced thousands of protesters who drowned her out. She eventually left the event in the face of heckling and the throwing of a bottle of tomato juice over her head.

Keen-Minshull Takes to Twitter

Hours after the incident, Keen-Minshull took to Twitter, labelling New Zealand, the “worst place for women” and expressing her “genuine fear” for her life. She later left the country, cancelling a planned event in Wellington.

Positive Reflection on the Counter-Protests

Auckland Pride, New Zealand’s leading LGBTQIA+ advocacy group, dismissed Keen-Minshull’s comments, viewing the counter-protests as a positive indication of unity, celebration, and acceptance. They suggest that the peaceful demonstration was “too loud to overcome.”

Australian White Supremacist Groups Attend “Let Women Speak” Appearance in Melbourne

The tour attracted significant criticism in Australia after a Melbourne appearance was attended by white supremacist groups who performed a Nazi salute outside Parliament House. In response, the Victorian government confirmed that it would move to ban the Nazi salute within months, while Keen-Minshull distanced herself from the display.

Premier Dan Andrews Rejects Nazism

The Victorian Premier, Dan Andrews, rejected the display of Nazism in a tweet. He called out the evil ideology and stated simply, “Nazis aren’t welcome. Not on parliament’s steps. Not anywhere.”



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