Two years on from New Zealand's worst terror attack can we honestly say, as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern did in her response, that "we are one?"
"We are one" suggests the team of 5 million stands with the Muslim community in solidarity. It's marketing mumbo jumbo and sounds great.
But where do we find it? Not here.
The hate is easy to find and the racism is just plain sad. One look at The AM Show Facebook page last week and you would have seen an interview with the leader of the Islamic Women's Council, Anjum Rahman.
But cue the stream of hateful comments on the interview, where she spoke about spreading the word of the Muslim community in our schools.
It was coming from all different walks of life, all saying things they'd be embarrassed to be publicly associated with.
Yet here they are on Facebook putting their name to it - take a look at yourselves.
Seemingly everyday Kiwis are saying racist, disgusting things.
And clearly, it takes more than just the Prime Minister going to France for the Christchurch Call meeting to get change.
Yes, Facebook has taken down 1 million videos yet the Christchurch killer's original video is still on about a dozen sites.
Is it just too hard to delete - or can no one be bothered?
Duncan Garner hosts The AM Show.