A New Zealand hate site with the above title has gathered 36,665 likes and 881 people talking about it after it published a video of a 4 on 1 beating of a 14 year old girl on North Parade, Shirley in Christchurch.
“Go hard Ashley” or go home? Sadly not a single passer-by stopped to help out the victim during the attack on 6 January.
The link is here https://www.facebook.com/AussiesAreShit
The crowd were egging on one of the mob with “Go hard Ashley”. We say Ashley and her little gang is a disgrace to her country.
Looks like the gang of four have been questioned by police. This was posted to the page
Retaliation incident in Papnui Domain
On 7 January police confirmed they had identified and spoken to four girls between the ages of 12 and 16.
They’d also made arrests in Papanui Domain after being called to attend an armed brawl that had broken out there on 6th January. They found a car with smashed windows in Cranford Street and arrested two males aged 17 and 18 for fighting. Another aged 17 was arrested for possession of an offensive weapon – most likely a baseball bat or knife.
It is believed the attack had been prompted by Facebook posts demanding retaliation for the previous attack on the young girl.
Death threats, Attackers no longer feel safe
Unfortunately New Zealand’s culture of brutality was laid bare for the world to see after a high number of graphic death threats were made on Facebook.
“Several Facebook pages have since been set up to ”name and shame” the offenders. Comments call for revenge fights with the girls, make malicious remarks about their appearances, and suggest the offenders be ”bashed with a pole” or ”hit by a bus”.
One of the victim’s ”attackers” today told Fairfax Media she no longer felt safe after she and her family received death threats.
The family of one of the girls contacted police today, and two others were contacted by police…”
D.G told us
If those kids were Papanui high students, then it’s crystal clear why they acted like that: There is a long tradition of racist bullying from students and certain teachers in Papanui high, and the school does nothing to prevent it and protect the victims…
What Wikipedia editors say about Papanui High School
There is a strong sense of ‘multiculturalism,’ advocated by Mr Pyatt, which has seen strengthening Asian, Maori and Island cultures within the school community. Cultural significance in Papanui High School also extends to the performing arts, with a team winning the Subway 2007 Stage Challenge in Christchurch. A long line of successful plays and productions in Papanui’s history also mark this cultural vibrance. In 2009 the New Zealand Education Review office came to the school and recommended Papanui High School be shown as an examplar of how a school should be run. E.R.O was so impressed that it would only coming back to Papanui in 5 years rather than its normal 3 years.
We’ve commented a number of times that it takes the village to raise a child. We regard this behaviour as further evidence of the degradation of New Zealand’s social structures.
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