Women’s Rights activist Posie Parker was recently attacked by a group of radical trans activists during a pro-women rally in New Zealand.
Parker, a feminist from the United Kingdom, traveled to Albert Park, New Zealand to give a speech to defend women’s rights against the radical transgender movement.
Her speech was feared by these activists so much that several LGBTQ+ rights groups tried to ban her from even setting foot in New Zealand, citing false claims that she posed a threat to public order.
Despite their best attempts, New Zealand’s high court ruled that the decision to allow Parker to enter the country was lawful — though the court made sure to condemn her views in their ruling.
Rather than accept that someone with opposing views should be allowed to speak, the radical trans activists organized a protest of Parker’s event. At the protest, an activist ran at Parker while she was on the stage preparing to address the crowd and managed to pour a bottle of tomato soup on her head.
“I want her to be full of blood,” the activist reportedly told the crowd.
According to Parker, the person who attacked her has yet to be charged.
Still not charged with assault https://t.co/SM2YVpxhna
— Kellie-Jay Keen (@ThePosieParker) March 27, 2023
Footage of the incident showed Parker, whose real name is Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, struggling to pass through the crowd of radical activists to escape with her security.
Parker was then brought to a police station following the attack, telling officers that she feared for her life.
“The end result was that I spent most of my day with the protection of police who genuinely believed I was lucky to be alive,” she wrote in a post about the incident.
After Parker was attacked, the crowd quickly became violent — with her supporters and the protesters pushing against each other, and the activists taking down a metal barrier while screaming far-left slogans and chants.
Responding to the violent activists’ actions, Parker stated: “The war on women in these countries is absolutely frightening.”
She also revealed that she is forced to travel with a team of seven security guards, as she fears for her life.
BlazeTV host Lauren Chen spoke out about the incident, pointing out that these radical activists claim to be feminists and champions of human rights — but their actions prove the opposite is true.
“You don’t get to call yourself a progressive, a feminist, or a human rights champion of any type if you are okay with the way that this woman is being treated, regardless of her opinions,” Chen said.