— Meghan Murphy (@MeghanEMurphy) March 25, 2023
Kellie-Jay Eager (often known as Posie Parker), founding father of Standing for Women, was to host her Let Girls Communicate occasion on Saturday morning in Auckland, however was met with a mob of protesters who pelted her with tomato juice and water, yelling, “fuck you cunt” and “go house Posie, go house.” Trans activists pushed down metallic barriers to mob the 5’1” mom of 4. Eager was compelled to desert the occasion, fearing for her life, and was escorted away via a crowd of deranged, screaming protesters by police and her safety crew.
Eager had been smeared as a Nazi within the nation after a small group of males at her Melbourne occasion gave Nazi salutes. Eager had no affiliation with these males, and said she doubts they have been actually neo-Nazis:
“All of this doesn’t make any sense, it feels actually off. I imply, look within the UK. We had police impregnating animal rights campaigners. And we had these police infiltrating these teams. I don’t suppose it’s past the wits of anybody to suppose that both that was TRAs [trans rights activists] dressed up, or police, or, one thing was simply off.”
When requested concerning the males giving Nazi salutes, she instructed The Herald:
“They’re completely not related to me in any way. I completely abhor something to do with Nazis. It’s preposterous they even exist in 2023.”
“Folks have actually confirmed her that we don’t need that right here, it’s not welcome. Maybe she’s gonna pack up and depart — hopefully.
For us the takeaway is that folks like her shouldn’t be allowed to return right here and unfold hateful views and perform actions that end in individuals being harmed.”
The Let Girls Communicate gathering in Wellington deliberate for tomorrow has been cancelled as Eager’s safety crew say they can’t hold her protected from violence.
Wellington Mayor Tory Whanau said she “condemns the views and actions” espoused by Eager and that, “In Wellington we proudly rejoice and welcome range and inclusion of all members of our group.”
Members of the Rainbow Greens celebration had known as for Eager to be blocked entry to New Zealand, saying she has a “longstanding monitor file of hateful speech and the incitement of violence in direction of trans and gender various individuals in addition to different marginalized communities.”
“It’s because it immediately threatens the human rights and bodily integrity of individuals—on this case, our takatāpui, trans and gender-diverse communities. Additionally it is as a result of these networks of extremists are related and reinforce each other.”
These sorts of feedback provide a very obvious irony contemplating the very actual threats ladies like Eager proceed to face each time they try to talk publicly concerning the battle between gender identification ideology and girls’s rights.
“I do really feel like public enemy No 1 out right here, genuinely I really feel afraid. I’m a hate determine. I didn’t understand how a lot ladies are hated by some elements of society earlier than I got here right here. I really feel like there are some nice powers someplace who don’t need ladies speaking.
I can take being known as a transphobe, however calling somebody a Nazi? One of many politicians right here known as me a c***. They used rhyming slang of ‘dropkick and punt.
The conflict on ladies in these international locations is completely horrifying.
I’ve obtained to have a crew of seven safety guards out right here with me. I genuinely do really feel my life may very well be in peril typically.”
In the meantime, Eliana Rubashkyn, the protester who threw juice on Eager explained:
“We have now to cease the hate in opposition to our communities as a result of the world is, proper now. It looks like we’re within the Nineteen Thirties once more.
New Zealand wants to face up in entrance of the world and say this isn’t welcome right here. We shield trans individuals.”
Rubashkyn instructed 1News the juice as a result of represented the blood of “our individuals.”
“I would like her to know that her phrases are blood.”