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Once upon a time there was a newspaper called The Australian which could be relied upon to eschew publication of the lies and misinformation put about by leftist academics, politicians and clerics and whose editors had a grasp of the English language.

After a long battle against invasive hordes of poorly educated and ill-equipped cub reporters, The Australian died a few years ago.

Here’s today’s effort.

On Thursday night, Hamze was gunned down by a fusillade of bullets after a car drove past him on Bridge St, near Kid Kyoto restaurant.

I kid you not.

For a start, he was gunned down by an unknown assailant.

For second course, it is likely he was shot as the car drove past. Assassins don’t usually drive past the victim, stop the car, get out, fire half a dozen rounds, get back into the car and drive off.

No mention that he was the head of a MUSIM crime family which is feuding with another MUSLIM crime family.

Bilal Hamze was the cousin of Brothers 4 Life gangster Bassam Hamzy (pictured) who is currently serving time in Goulburn Supermax over a litany of crimes

The Daily Mail carries a more lurid but accurate report.

Written by adolffinkensen

June 19, 2021 at 6:52 pm

Posted in New Zealand

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  1. Once upon a time there was a newspaper called The Australian which could be relied upon to eschew publication of the lies and misinformation put about by leftist academics, politicians and clerics and whose editors had a grasp of the English language.

    Those days of yore were the days when Murdoch still saw some value in journalism. But as his tentacles reached out around the globe, Lord Molloch was over extended and needed to reduce costs. And journalists come at quite a substantial cost. So Lord Molloch turned “The Australian” from a newspaper of record into a poor man’s version of the Catholic Boys Daily.

    Little Dorrit

    June 19, 2021 at 7:48 pm

  2. That’s his cousin above who is still in Goulburn Supermax prison for the foreseeable future. The Herald’s report is a bit more factual. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/police-fear-bilal-hamze-killing-in-sydney-cbd-will-lead-to-full-scale-gang-war/MMGO4NKQR6V5LQLHZGRLJKEDNE/

    fredonas

    June 19, 2021 at 11:17 pm

  3. “That’s his cousin” Cracker.

    Gerald

    June 20, 2021 at 2:06 pm


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