Why did you bring the egg, Will?
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To my family, friends and people around the world, I would like to thank everyone for all the overwhelming support. I’m so proud to stand for what is right and I encourage everyone to stand up for what you all believe in. I do not condone violence and I do not condone egging someone, and everyone has a right to an opinion, but as I listened to Senator Anning for over an hour, I realised a point had to be made and if no one was going to do anything, then I was. I’m so humbled to be able to shed more light in response to the Christchurch shootings. My heart goes out to all who are suffering. I’ve had one lady from Christchurch tell me that through this period of darkness in her life, it’s the first time she’s smiled since the shootings, which meant so much to me. The main focus here has to be the people who are suffering and the issue at hand, and I’m really happy it has united people the way it has. I will continue to try and make the world a better place and I hope the end of racism is on the horizon. Keep spreading the love ❤️. Will Connolly
Egg the only parliamentarian in Australia who is prepared to openly discuss the direct link between Islam and terror, and to advocate for Australia to return to its British heritage roots, and the globalist Australian media fawns all over you.
From the SMH:
The heroes usually honoured after terrorist attacks are first responders, who rushed to the scene to rescue lives.
But after the Christchurch mosque attack, in which at least 50 people were killed, a 17-year-old Melbourne teenager, Will Connolly, rose to prominence after he took matters into his own hands and egged Senator Fraser Anning, who had just blamed Muslims for the anti-Muslim attack that unfolded in New Zealand.
The video of the incident and of the right-wing Queensland Senator subsequently punching ‘Egg Boy’ immediately went viral. Around the world, he was celebrated and Anning was condemned, even though some cautioned that a provocation that may result in further violence is never an appropriate response.
Note that the Sneering Morning Herald have repeated the lie that Fraser Anning had blamed the victims of the Aukland shooting. As The XYZ has pointed out:
Muslims have been allowed into the West by Western governments. Furthermore, with some notable exceptions Western governments have in general refused to reduce or halt Islamic immigration, have refused to even allow discussion of the issue of Muslim immigration, and have denied any link between Islam and Islamic terror.
None of this excuses the slaughter of innocent civilians, but it must be understood that the eventual retaliation by an indigenous white person against Muslims in the face of repeated attacks by Muslims was made inevitable, because no democratic recourse to the issue exists.
Thus, Fraser Anning’s statement does not blame the victims. It blames the government, and the people who are responsible for allowing mass immigration into the West.
From the press release:
“The real cause of bloodshed on New Zealand streets today is the immigration program which allowed Muslim fanatics to migrate to New Zealand in the first place.”
But let’s get to the subject of intent.
From the ABC:
In an interview with Channel 10’s The Project, ‘Egg Boy’ — who identified himself only as Will — said he originally attended Senator Anning’s meeting “to see if he could change my mind”.
“After that tragedy in Christchurch, I thought the world should be supporting all those victims,” he said.
“And the Senator released a statement that was pretty much a divisive hate speech blaming the victims for the attack — and I was just flat-out disgusted.
“I actually went in there to listen to him for an hour to see if he could change my mind. I’m a pretty forgiving person and in my mind I wanted to forgive him, but then he started saying some more things.”
This does not make sense.
If you went in there to see if Senator Anning could change your mind, why did you bring the egg, Will?
Why did you bring the egg?