Meghan Murphy shared the following at her substack:
Kellie-Jay Keen (also known as Posie Parker), founder of Standing for Women, was to host her Let Women Speak event this morning in Auckland, but was met with a mob of protesters who pelted her with tomato juice and water, yelling, “fuck you cunt” and “go home Posie, go home.” Trans activists pushed down metal barriers to mob the 5’1” mother of four. Keen was forced to abandon the event, fearing for her life, and was escorted away through a crowd of deranged, screaming protesters by police and her security team.
Keen had been smeared as a Nazi in the country after a small group of men at her Melbourne event gave Nazi salutes. Keen had no association with these men, and said she doubts they were in fact neo-Nazis:
“All of this doesn’t make any sense, it feels really off. I mean, look in the UK. We had police impregnating animal rights campaigners. And we had those police infiltrating those groups. I don’t think it’s beyond the wits of anyone to think that either that was TRAs [trans rights activists] dressed up, or police, or, something was just off.”
When asked about the men giving Nazi salutes, she told The Herald:
“They’re absolutely not associated with me whatsoever. I absolutely abhor anything to do with Nazis. It’s preposterous they even exist in 2023.”
…The executive director of Gender Minorities Aotearoa, a New Zealand trans organization, Ahi Wi-Hongi, said they are thrilled at the display of opposition to Keen’s event:
“People have really showed her that we don’t want that here, it’s not welcome. Perhaps she’s gonna pack up and leave — hopefully.
For us the takeaway is that people like her shouldn’t be allowed to come here and spread hateful views and carry out actions that result in people being harmed.”
The Let Women Speak gathering in Wellington planned for tomorrow has been cancelled as Keen’s security team say they cannot keep her safe from violence.
Wellington Mayor Tory Whanau said she “condemns the views and actions” espoused by Keen and that, “In Wellington we proudly celebrate and welcome diversity and inclusion of all members of our community.”
Members of the Rainbow Greens party had called for Keen to be blocked entry to New Zealand, saying she has a “longstanding track record of hateful speech and the incitement of violence towards trans and gender diverse people as well as other marginalized communities.”
Kellie Jay Keen was first attacked at her event by a rioter who threw some sort of red liquid on her. God only knows what’s in it.
Women’s Right advocate Kellie-Jay Keen attacked by Trans rights activist in New Zealand with an unknown substance. Will NZ Police, Government and Media condemn this atrocious behaviour? Or are they going to stand by and watch the result of the mob they’ve pic.twitter.com/bZTtG8lswo…
— Rukshan Fernando (@therealrukshan) March 24, 2023
Quickly Keen was evacuated from the dangerous and crazy pro-trans crowd.
Watch the harrowing moment @ThePosieParker was evacuated from the Auckland women’s rights rally following violence & threats of violence from the militant #trans mob. The low-information extremists were incited to violence because Kellie-Jay Keen calls trans women men & say they… pic.twitter.com/8rpslQABXb
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) March 25, 2023
Keen’s sin was to stand up for women’s rights.
Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, also known as Posie Parker, is a British anti-transgender rights activist & the founder of the group Standing for Women. She was forced to flee New Zealand after being attacked by a pro-Trans lunatic hate mob. pic.twitter.com/NkziYXdqHW
— Dane (@UltraDane) March 25, 2023
Author JK Rowling commented on how women are abused for being women and standing up for women in the west.
There are multiple videos of Kellie-Jay being assaulted. Women have become used to lies, threats of violence and outright denial of reality, but if you imagine anyone feels ‘defeated’, think again. Your men’s rights activists showed the world exactly who they are. #LetWomenSpeak https://t.co/DSkOupyfv1
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) March 25, 2023
Who is behind this trans movement?