New Zealand’s over-reaction to mosque shooting: ‘The Kiwi Caliphate’?

One of the weirdest features of our current age is the eagerness of many westerners to embrace a sense of guilt toward Islam, even as Islamic terror dwarfs the few instances of anti-Islam terror, such as the detestable massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. New Zealand is a beautiful country inhabited by people who, for the most part, are very nice. (Still, when I visited Auckland about 30 years ago in business, my Kiwi hosts cautioned me never to go out on the streets after dark because roaming gangs of Pacific Islanders were robbing and beating white people at the time. I do not know if this situation remains the same.)

The Prime Minister of New Zealand donned a hijab. And she had plenty of company among Kiwi females.