During a women’s rights protest in Auckland, New Zealand, a counter-protest of trans activists tore down the barricades and mobbed the leader of the women’s event, Kellie-Jay Keen.

Keen, also known as Posie Parker, is leading the worldwide ‘Let Women Speak’ tour. She is fighting for the preservation of women’s rights, yet the transgender community and its supporters have labeled her “anti-trans.”

In one video from the event, men are seen tearing down the barricades for the women’s rights protest. Twitter account @CatchUpNetwork sarcastically labeled these men as “stunning and brave” for fighting against women’s rights.

Keen was also doused in tomato juice by a counter-protester as she was walking up on stage to speak to her supporters.

Another video shows Keen, surrounded by security, being physically mobbed by about 2,000 angry trans activists. Men tried to get through security and attack her. She was doused with what looked like water that a protester threw on her.


What is obvious in this video is that the trans activists certainly intended to harm Keen.

A Twitter user posted a video from the event that was disrupted by the angry pro-trans mob. In the video, an older woman that was there in support of the ‘Let Women Speak’ movement, was trying to talk to a reporter as counter-protesters screamed in her face.

After this horrific scene, Keen was escorted to the police station and held there for protection. She then flew home to Australia, saying that New Zealand was the “worst place for women” she has ever visited.

In a tweet following her return home, Keen thanked the security and police who helped escort her safely from the dangerous mob and condemned the lies that have been perpetuated about her pro-woman movement.

“A long campaign to assassinate my character, started by a group of jealous spiteful women in the UK, that I had ambitions besides stopping the mutilation of children and the erasure of women’s rights,” wrote Keen. “A load of lies slurped up by ravenous porn sick men and their transmaidens, but consistently legitimatised by women ‘on my side.'”

“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 continued. “The advice was that I should go home.”

“The powerful are seeking to silence us, we must continue to speak.”

J.K. Rowling, the renowned ‘Harry Potter’ author, spoke out in support of Keen and her movement.

“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”

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