New Zealand migration rose to a new annual record in April, as more students arrived from India and China and fewer locals left for Australia.
The country had a net gain of 56,800 migrants in the year through April, ahead of the 34,400 gain in the year earlier period, Statistics New Zealand said.
Migrant arrivals were 16 per cent ahead of the year earlier period, while departures declined 11 per cent, the agency said.
New Zealand annual migration has broken records for nine consecutive months as people are lured by the nation’s brighter economic prospects.
That’s helping stoke economic activity, pushing up demand for housing in Auckland, the nation’s largest city, and underpinning vehicle sales while reducing pressure on wage inflation by boosting the supply of labour.
“We expect that net immigration will remain strong over the coming year, approaching a net inflow of 60,000,” Westpac Banking Corp New Zealand senior economist Satish Ranchhod said in a note.
The gain in migrant arrivals was driven by India, with a net gain of 12,200 people in the year through April, followed by 7,800 from China, 4,600 from the UK and 4,000 from the Philippines.
About three-quarters of migrants from India and half of migrants from China arrived on student visas, the agency said.
While the last few generations have been unashamedly anti-White, a new UK survey shows that school children are waking up in their masses.
Almost 6,000 10 to 16 year-olds in England have taken part in a survey, issued by the group ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ or ‘SRTRC’ for short.
● 84% of the children agreed that: “Racism is taken more seriously when it is towards a Black or Asian person than when it’s towards a White person.”
● 60% said they agreed that: “Asylum seekers and immigrants are stealing our jobs.”
● 49% said they agreed that: “Migration is out of control or not being managed properly.”
● 35% said they agreed that: “Muslims are taking over our country”
● 31% said they agreed that: “Migrants are all here illegally”
In the same survey, the children were also asked to estimate the number of foreign-born people living in the UK. The average estimation was that the UK is 47% foreign-born.
Ged Grebby, SRTRC’s chief executive said “We have found that there is a large amount of negativity when young people are asked questions about immigration or Muslims,”
“This survey shows that this is fueled by a totally distorted view of the number of immigrants and Muslims living in the UK.”
“It is only once we acknowledge the existence of these attitudes and identify the influences at work that we can deliver the right kind of educational interventions to help build capacity to resist racist ideas and attitudes among young people.”
The probable explanation for why today’s children are more aware of anti-White policies is because they are the ones who are suffering as a result.
If demographers are correct in their predictions, the UK could be a White minority nation by around 2050. Racial conflict is likely to emerge as a result of this, and White children are the ones who have everything to lose.
The British university equality officer at the centre of a racism and sexism row could lose her job after she allegedly tweeted a hashtag “kill all white men”.
Bahar Mustafa, 27, student union Welfare and Diversity Officer at Goldsmiths University in London, was accused of discrimination after she told white people and men “not to come” to a meeting she was organising to discuss “diversifying the curriculum”.
Now students have launched a petition calling for her to be removed from the post, saying she has “made students feel intimidated”, been “unprofessional in her public conduct” and “encouraged or expressed hatred based on an individual’s race, gender, or social position”.
HOLOT, Israel — As Europe struggles to stem a spring flood of migrants from Africa and the Middle East trying to cross a deadly Mediterranean Sea, Israel has begun to toughen its stance toward refugees, telling unwanted Africans here they must leave now or face an indefinite stay in prison.
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Surf Life Saving Northern Region welcomes interest from community members from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Surf Life Saving Northern Region’s 17 clubs are community organisations dedicated to providing their local communities with a safe environment with which to enjoy the fabulous beaches they patrol.
We are committed to finding and supporting the recruitment of new Surf Lifeguards from all ages and all walks of life. In particular we are keen to attract members from our Maori, Pacific Island, Indian and Asian communities.
Surf Life Saving Northern Region is currently implementing a diversity recruitment project to attract Year 11-13 students into Surf Life Saving
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