Mr Key Goes To War: “The question is what we do, rather than whether we do something,”

The choice has been made (Or perhaps has been made far earlier than we where lead to believe). Mr Key will lead us to war. If he gets push back I reckon we’re going to see a false flag Operation “Plastic Sword” incident  here in NZ and my bet is a raid on the Hamilton Mosque. Slap bank in the middle of Red Neck country!

A “domestic beheading” inspired by foreign fanatics is one of several threats New Zealand potentially faces from the so-called Islamic State, John Key said this morning.

Mr Key told The Nation a disproportionate number of Islamic State (IS) fighters were sourced from in and around Oceania. He said it was possible this would increase the likelihood of another “Bali bombing” terrorist act.

The Prime Minister said IS terrorists returning to New Zealand were another possible security risk. He said IS also posed a major risk to Kiwi aid workers and other expatriates based in the Middle East.

He told TV3 these reasons, together with the “frightening” growth of IS were among the reasons New Zealand might join combat operations against the rogue state.

Mr Key said “it would be very odd for New Zealand” to do nothing when its allies and international partners were involved in fighting back against the IS.

“The question is what we do, rather than whether we do something,” he said.

Earlier this week Mr Key said that if New Zealand did commit SAS forces or other ground forces – something he would not rule out – he did not believe that would create new dangers for this country.

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One thought on “Mr Key Goes To War: “The question is what we do, rather than whether we do something,”

  1. He said it was possible this would increase the likelihood of another “Bali bombing” terrorist act.

    Like 9/11, there is good evidence for the use of micronukes at Bali: flash burns and excessive energy turning concrete into particulates.

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