White supremacists march on parliament and like I say lots of this is the same as things that you would see in the UK, you see in the States,it's just a reality check to us, I think that we are not immune from all of it.We in the Muslim community have been talking about this for a very long time.We've been talking about racism in this country.We've had mosques being vandalized throughout the country.We've had attacks happening on individual members of our community. I am frustrated by it all.I really am because we've been talking about this for a long time,but it's got to take a national tragedy like this, where 50 lives are lost for us to start taking this seriously?So I am mad. I am mad right now. A lot of frustration.The context is that New Zealand has one of the best human rights records in the world.The competition isn't great.It is a multicultural society based on bi-culturalism.It has many, many positives. But there is a problem.There is a problem in some sectors of society where there is Islamaphobia and there is racism and there are hate crimes.So we've got to do better at addressing those problems by gathering more data about them,by devising a suitable plan of action to address xenophobic extremism, Islamaphobia and racism.