Northland MP Winston Peters has cited a Whangarei business as just one example of immigrants ignoring New Zealand’s employment laws, a practice that he says should result in the offenders’ deportation.
Dayon Trading Ltd., he said, had not paid the minimum wage to 11 sushi bar staff from Korea and Japan, reportedly a deliberate business practice that had been repeated over many years with numerous employees.
Other cases included a Marlborough vineyard contractor who was fined for doctoring timesheets, leading to the exposure of widespread non-compliance, and Hastings contractor MD Dara Miah Horticulture, which was fined for not keeping employment records. Read the rest of this entry »
The National Government has done a great job at silencing criticism of immigration from the liberal-left. Until recently any mention of concern over the deluge of migrants coming into the country under various guises has been greeted with claims that critics are zenophobic or even racist. Thus the reactionary right in New Zealand First has been able to rattle the immigration cage by pointing out the volume of migrants we are receiving and the readily apparent truth that many of them don’t appear to be doing hugely skilled work.
It appears that the migration tap was opened up in late 2013. No justification or even an announcement was ever made- it simply happened. It is difficult to believe that this spike is simply a policy miscalculation and not politically directed. Over the three years to 30 June 2016 New Zealand had net migration of 166,000 people compared with net migration of just 9000 people for the three years before that. At least half this growth has been into Auckland which has of course exacerbated housing shortages and congestion in that city. Read the rest of this entry »
The chief of the German police union claims that criminal migrants from North Africa are laughing at the German justice system as they are allowed to go free after committing crimes.
Chief of the German police union Rainer Wendt has expressed severe concern regarding the increasing number of migrant criminals, especially those of a North African origin. He claims that unless the justice system changes no real action can be taken to solve migrant crime, reportsKronen Zeitung.
“They despise our country and laugh at our justice,” Mr. Wendt said and warned that the police cannot address migrant crime unless the justice system is willing to step up and deport repeated offenders.
The police, according to Mr. Wendt, “do all they are able to do,” regarding migrant crime. He claims that officers in Germany are putting themselves at constant risk as many of the migrants are known to have a high level of violent behaviour and attack police who attempt to arrest them. Read the rest of this entry »
An “explosion” of immigrants is “crowding out” young Kiwis from available jobs, the Salvation Army says.
A report on youth unemployment by the army’s social policy analyst Alan Johnson, using Statistics NZ figures, says immigration of young people aged 15 to 24 has “exploded” from a net gain of 3217 in the year to June 2013 to a net gain of 22,064 in the latest June year.
Yet 74,100 young Kiwis aged 15 to 24 were not in employment, education or training (NEET) in the year to June - a number that has stalled since a drop from 87,000 in 2010 to 72,100 in 2014.
“The persistent numbers of 15 to 24-year-olds who remain outside of the workforce as total job numbers grow, and as young migrants enter New Zealand to take these jobs, suggest this immigration is crowding out more marginalised workers,” the report says.
It recommends tightening immigration rules further beyond last week’s Government decisions to raise the points required for granting residence to skilled migrants and close the parent category.
Flag Day Gathering and March to Parliament will start at the Cenotaph outside the Wellington Government Buildings at approximately 12:30pm.
After the rally we will leave Government Buildings and we will spend the afternoon at a private venue in Wellington central, anyone interested in Nationalism or against Globalism is welcome to come and visit us here, we already have a few members of the public who are keen to join us at this time.
Saturday evening there will be a Dinner and there will also be a Writers and Thinkers event (invitation only).
There will be a morning coffee catch up, hopefully this will be a chance to meet more members of the public who are interested in the welfare of NZ.
October 15 marks 50 years since the Black Panther Party began and founder Bobby Seale recently spoke out at an event in Sacramento, California’s capital, covered bySteve Magagnini of theSacramento Bee.
“It’s not about whether the Panthers are coming back,” Seale, now 79, explained. “A new generation is organizing on their own” and 20,000 blacks have been elected to office. “What we need,” Seale contended, “is more progressive politicians elected to political office,” and he was specific about what he had in mind.
“We’ve got to get Black Lives Matter involved in the electoral process,” Seale said, charging that police still kill black people at a rate far greater than whites. “That’s why black lives matter.” Read the rest of this entry »
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