“Yasir Mohib denies a hammer was involved but admits assaulting his wife….But he fears his family will be punished too if it means he is deported to Pakistan. His family do not want to be split up and deportation would mean his two New Zealand-born wives and their five Kiwi children would go with him.”
Now wait a minute. Polygamy is ostensibly illegal in New Zealand. Why does the NZ Herald report matter-of-factly that this wife-beater has two wives, as if it were the most ordinary thing in the world? This article is a superb example of how thoroughly compromised the mainstream media is in the English-speaking world. Here is a man who admits to having assaulted one of his wives, and is openly breaking New Zealand law regarding polygamy, and he is the victim in this piece. One thing you can say for the mainstream media: they’re consistent.
“Hammer assault case: Yasir Mohib fears for family’s future,” by Jared Savage and Phil Taylor, NZ Herald, October 3, 2016 (thanks to Rob):
An Auckland man whose discharge without conviction for beating his wife with a hammer has been overturned says he fears the consequences for his family.
Yasir Mohib denies a hammer was involved but admits assaulting his wife. The facts of the case are that the assault occurred after she complained they weren’t holding hands while watching a movie together.
He told the Herald today he was “disappointed” the decision to discharge him had been overruled by the High Court but was prepared to accept his punishment.
But he fears his family will be punished too if it means he is deported to Pakistan. His family do not want to be split up and deportation would mean his two New Zealand-born wives and their five Kiwi children would go with him.
He is from the troubled Kashmir region. They want to raise their children in New Zealand because opportunities would be greater here for them, he and his wives said.
“If I did wrong I should be punished for it but not my whole family,” Mohib told the Herald.
“That’s my only point, that it could affect my whole family, my five little kids, my wives. There is no way we are going to be separated. So if I get deported it means all of these guys need to go to Pakistan.”…