ANALYSIS: In hindsight, Sir Peter Leitch probably wishes he’d smiled and waved as he passed Lara Wharepapa Bridger and her family at the Waiheke Island vineyard but New Zealand is better off because he opened his mouth.
When the Mad Butcher made comments to Bridger about Waiheke being “a white man’s island” he sparked a race row.
After a few days of going backward and forward, the sensible majority can now agree stupid things were said - stupid, racist things.
The day after Bridger posted a public video about what happened, Leitch’s publicist Michelle Boag (also the former National Party president)took a spade and dug herself into the hole Leitch had started to scratch out for himself.
THIS STORY WAS SENT TO US FROM AN ENGLISH MAN NOW LIVING IN NZ
Years ago I lived in Birmingham, England. We were recovering from the war. Everyone had a job, even me. Enoch made his ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech in 1968. He was ignored and sacked. I left England within a couple of months of his speech.
At that time Birmingham was White. But there were areas where immigrants were starting to congregate. Kings Heath was not one of those areas. I lived in Hall Green, quite close to Kings Heath. Both were good areas.
Today that has changed. Kings Heath now has Tower Blocks, over ten stories high with all sorts of people living in the monstrosities. The local paper, the Birmingham Mail, has reported on a 20 year old woman being attacked in one of the flats.
She committed suicide after the attack. Her man-friend is now crippled as a result of the attack. The attacker, Omaij Christie, was sent to prison for eleven years. A female accomplice got two years.
What was not reported was the clash of civilizations in this case. A black man thought it perfectly ok for him to attack a young woman. The police very obviously were not interested in protecting her. The woman who ‘arranged’ the attack was let off with a derisory prison term. This is where multiculturalism will lead. This is why Hate Speech is to be silenced. Government does not want the public to know what is happening. We cannot continue to flood Kiwiland with people who have nothing in common with Kiwi people. BUILD A WALL. Stop the flood.
There are those who’d change the channel or hide a post on Facebook when confronted with another image of Syria in flames.
It’s too sad, too complicated and too far away, they say. And anyway, we can’t do anything about it.
Murdoch Stephens, the force behind a 3-year-old campaign to double New Zealand’s refugee quota, isn’t one of them.
The Wellington-based PhD student was prompted to start the “Doing Our Bit” campaign in 2013, after stumbling upon a cache of photographs at an abandoned detention centre in the Iranian desert. Read the rest of this entry »
China Inc., the business arm of China’s repressive dictatorship, is trying to take over the world by grabbing key sectors of various countries’ economies as part of its strategic plan for global control of the world’s resources. China’s rapid arms build-up suggests that it is preparing to back its ever increasing demands on other countries with force.
China chose New Zealand as the first Western country with which to have a free trade agreement, which is more about colonising and dominating our economy than about free trade. Since then the New Zealand government has bent over backwards to accommodate the interests of China Inc. - often at the expense of the prospects and interests of ordinary New Zealanders, e.g. the refusal to do anything meaningful to halt the unnatural rise in house prices, fueled in large part by Chinese cash, and the unnecessary grants of approval for the alienation of the Crafar farms and the giant Silver Fern Farms co-operative to Chinese interests.
This book should be read by every New Zealander since it affects the future prospects of the country in respect of economic welfare, sovereignty and national security. It is a case of getting a grip on the situation now or sleepwalking to a situation where New Zealanders will finish up as lowly paid serfs in the land that was built by the sweat and toil of the pioneers.
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