Patriots gathered at Melton South’s Hannah Park on Sunday 28th August in opposition to a Muslim housing estate known as Iqra Village.
More than 200 patrioticAustralians from many different patriotic groups travelled from all over Australia to join their Melbournian brothers and sisters in protest. Various speakers from different patriotic groups spoke on the podium to a united crowd.
Toby Cook, Party for Freedom youth liaison officer said, “It is time for Australia’s youth need to stand up against the Islamisation of Australia”, and how youth are needed in the struggle to survive.
Kim Vuga also spoke about the Muslim only housing development saying “The lots from what I’ve aware have already been purchased under sharia finance. That is not integration, that’s segregation”.
My background is that I lived in HK for six years during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. I used to speak a bit of Cantonese and understood a few Chinese Characters. I have some Chinese and Japanese friends. I have read quite a few books about China. But, of course, there is so much to know. I am not an ‘expert’, just a very interested observer. My knowledge of Asian Corruption is more or less the sort of basic stuff that any alert person would know who has lived in the Far East for more than a few months.
The first point to start with is that many Chinese people are just recovering from the folly of Mao and the cultural revolution. Meaningless phrases were screamed to hide the facts of starvation. If you ask any Chinese person about their part in the cultural revolution, you will meet amnesia. I Forgot. I Do Not Remember. Ask Someone Else. Yet Chairman Mao was in charge of China from 1949 to his death in 1976. How can they forget? Quite easily actually. They have not been given permission to remember! That sounds daft, but you can get shot for less.
We come to the point of this article. Thanks for reading this far. You are half way. China is a country built on corruption. From the bottom to the top. My time in HK was fascinating. It was corrupt. You accepted that. Ten percent was the rate. It oiled the wheels and there was no shortage of oil. The problem came from the way in which corruption worked. The Police, and this is just an example, would ‘bid’ for the ‘patrol area’. Maybe Nathan Road, as an example. The policeman with the winning bid then paid the bid amount to the policeman, his superior, running the auction. Patrolling Nathan Road then had to produce the cash to cover the bid amount plus profit for the lowly constable. At this point, money is sloshing around the system. It gets pushed further up the system, with ‘leakage’ on the way. You have a corrupt police force. The same system applies in China. I was told some years ago that the going rate in China for corruption was 40 percent.
Now you can see where Bill Liu could have got his NZ$43 million from. I do not know. But when I hear of ‘Chinese’ investment in New Zealand, I wonder how it was earned. The Chinese Government are trying to get back to China at least a hundred corrupt Chinese people. Who have fled China with the cash. So who now owns large bits of NZ? Is it China, or the individual buyers using either legitimate funds, or corruption cash? Should we be involved in this farce? My view is, we should not be participants in a system where the ordinary peasant, coolie, is a victim of state sanctioned corruption. Oh, and the reason the corrupt Chinese people overseas are being brought to Justice? They clearly did not share, upwards, the proceeds!
Donald Trump may or may not fix his campaign, and Hillary Clinton may or may not become the first female president. But something else happening before our eyes is almost as important: the complete collapse of American journalism as we know it.
The frenzy to bury Trump is not limited to the Clinton campaign and the Obama White House. They are working hand-in-hand with what was considered the cream of the nation’s news organizations.
The shameful display of naked partisanship by the elite media is unlike anything seen in modern America.
The largest broadcast networks — CBS, NBC and ABC — and major newspapers like The New York Times and Washington Post have jettisoned all pretense of fair play. Their fierce determination to keep Trump out of the Oval Office has no precedent. Read the rest of this entry »
A protest staged at Auckland International Airport last night resulted in the arrest of a man, part of a group opposing the early departure of a woman who killed Bay of Plenty motorcyclist Rhys Middleton.
Rhy’s father Mike Middleton was left disappointed a legal loophole meant the woman who was convicted in the Napier District Court for the death of his son was able to leave New Zealand without serving her sentence.
“We wanted to show her it’s not acceptable for tourists to come here and kill our people,” said Mr Middleton.
Chinese national, Jieling Xiao, 27, caused the death of Rhys Middleton, 23, in a Waitangi Weekend crash on State Highway 5 just north of Napier and was sentenced in June to 17 months in jail. Read the rest of this entry »
Adding to the diversity in New Zealand and recognition for one of the most spoken languages in the country, the Indian Community has urged the Government to declare one week in a year as “Hindi Language Week” in New Zealand.
Speaking on 70th India Independence Day celebration in Auckland, the Kiwi Indian community representative Sunny Kaushal called on the Government to dedicate and support one week in a year as Hindi Language Week.
“Indian population in NZ is the fastest growing ethnic group comprising about 200,000 people, and Hindi is now the third most spoken language in NZ”.
“The Government should consider the week of 15th August every year as Hindi Language week in NZ coinciding with Indian Independence celebrations. He also urged the Office of Race Relations Commissioner to support the week same way as it has supported a series of other language weeks in conjunction with community groups and government agencies”. Read the rest of this entry »
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