NZ First leader Winston Peters says a move to set up a new ethnicity-based political party for Asian and Indian immigrants is a “an extraordinary demand” which will harm New Zealand.
The People’s Party has been set up and acting leader Rohan Nauhria told RNZ it would campaign on issues such as crime and was aiming to get into Parliament by focusing on the Indian and other Asian communities.
The announcement of the People’s Party got a frosty reception from NZ First leader Winston Peters who said race-based parties were bad news.
“No country is going to progress if we have political parties spending time accentuating their differences. For people to come into New Zealand and say we’re going to start an ethnic-based party is an extraordinary demand to make.” (more…)
Thirty-three properties, with values ranging from $340,000 to $3 million, are on ice after allegations that companies and people linked to Auckland’s Masala restaurant chain committed “systemic” tax evasion, breached immigration laws and violated employment standards.
Some of the Indian food chain’s outlets have been sold and are operating under new ownership, with new names, after admissions that Masala workers had been paid as little as $2 an hour.
It has now emerged that Inland Revenue alleges 17 companies that owned Masala restaurants under-reported earnings to evade paying more than $7.4 million of tax.
The tax department, according to the High Court ruling restraining the assets, has identified Masala founder Rupinder Chahil, the restaurants’ co-controller Joti Jain, manager Rajwinder Grewal and company director Supinder Singh as principal persons of interest in its probe.
The government has been accused of creating a “people-smuggling paradise” by turning a blind eye to Indian recruiters offering students visas as a way of obtaining permanent residence.
New Zealand First MP Ron Mark asked Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse in Parliament if he was aware of agents in India who were promoting student visas in New Zealand as a pathway to residence.
Mr Woodhouse said he was aware of the issue. “But this occurs within a wider context,” he said.
“For the year ended September 2015, we enjoyed a $3.2 billion services surplus… education travel services was our largest export to India, earning New Zealand nearly a half a billion dollars.
Mr Mark asked the minister why he was “turning a blind eye to corrupt agents in India, who are extorting huge amounts of money from international students?”
He said that was despite repeated warnings from licensed immigration agents for New Zealand.
In response, Mr Woodhouse said Mr Mark was “conflating” two issues.
“Clearly, education agents have a role in the facilitation of international education into New Zealand and all agents working with Education New Zealand must agree to follow the education code of conduct.”
Labour MP Iain Lees-Galloway asked the minister if he recalled the letter he had sent to him in November last year raising similar concerns about Filipino and Indian students.
Mr Woodhouse said he did not but he was sure Mr Lees-Galloway would have received “an outstanding reply”.
The minister also told the House that, despite the industry being worth seven times more to New Zealand than 10 years ago, fewer Indian students were now becoming residents.
The Chinese Banks are an agent of Beijing … a 5th column and conduit to domination of our housing and primary produce markets … they are only the beginning. They are an extension of the Chinese Embassy in NZ and will act accordingly.
The Indian Banks aren’t much different either … look in the future for “closer ties” between Beijing and Delhi … they have similar geo political aims and have a massive “diaspora” of people scattered and concentrated around the globe. Mainland Indians often have close links and investment in their home country … we are merely a place to squat for a while, capitalise on the property market and the revolving door of “education” and an easy access to citizenship / residency … just like the Chinese.
We are being colonised – and it is an open secret. How stupid are we. Every job queue has at least 1,000 applicants in Auckland – lower skilled jobs (and increasingly skilled jobs) are packed with Student Visa holders with work permits.
The ANZ is a sponsor of the Indian Social and Cultural Club, it has four racial staff affinity groups (Maori, Pasifika, Indain and Asian), hosts Indian business networking events, and sponsors Diwali and Inidan republic day. Similar special treatment is given out to its other racial affinity groups, but there seems to be nothing for the Black man. Of course there was nothing for White New Zealander’s either, but there never is.
Take your money out of the ANZ or you will be sponsoring anti-White financial elites
$5.5 million funding for a study to show “diversity” has a dividend (benefit)
$5.5m in funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) will be granted for a project on diversity in New Zealand (Capturing the Diversity Dividend, or CaDDANZ)
Third world conditions in NZ
Eleven restaurants of popular Indian chain Masala will have to pay $66,000 for failing to follow the law around employment records.
But it’s not just an administrative mistake - it means staff are almost certainly missing out on their entitlements, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says. The companies failed to provide wage and time records, holiday and leave records and employment agreements for about 100 staff.
The labour watchdog says it’s time for communities to take a stand against migrant workers being exploited by their bosses. 11 non-White Auckland restaurants have been fined for failing to provide employment records. One report is of a worker being paid $2 an hour.
Millions of dollars from our government to house non-Whites
Housing money is pumping into Panmure, Auckland with just one group in mind - Asian seniors.
The Chinese New Settlers Services Trust has received $5.3 million to build a four-storey apartment on Clifton Court, targeting low-income elderly Asian residents.
The trust offers social services largely to Chinese settlers but also to Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Cambodian immigrants.
The trust is one of 34 registered community groups on track to receive millions of dollars from the Government to kick-start social housing projects in Auckland.
The trust declined to comment, but its latest annual report states the idea is to help with housing difficulties for Asian seniors including affordability, transport issues, a lack of cultural and linguistic support and social barriers.
Government money for everyone (except Whites)
Pegasus Health awarded scholarships to four CPIT nursing students from refugee and migrant backgrounds last week, which were each worth $1500 plus mentoring opportunities.
“The depth of understanding and learning shown by all applicants was outstanding,” Wayne Reid, Refugee and Migrant Health Manager, Pegasus Health (Charitable) Ltd said. “Our workforce needs to reflect our population; this is one way of showing support.”
Pegasus has offered health scholarships to Māori and Pacific students for several years. However this is the first time that the primary health provider has offered them to students from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
New movie ‘Exodus’ under attack for being too White
Responding to months of criticism over the apparent lack of ethnic diversity in Exodus: Gods and Kings, Gladiator director Ridley Scott brushed off the outrage by insisting that, had White actors not filled most of the key roles in his upcoming biblical epic, it would never have got off the ground financially.
New Zealanders uneasy about threats from the immigrant community
Representatives from New Zealand’s Islamic, Buddhist and Jewish communities have implored MPs not to “up the rhetoric” against minority religious groups.
MPs considering legislation to beef up spying capability and counter domestic terror threats were told the discussion around the new laws had already resulted in a backlash against Muslim communities.
UN will be enforcing the Genocide of Whites in Sweden
GENEVA (27 November 2014) – The United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent will conduct its first-ever official visit to Sweden from 1 to 5 December 2014 to study the human rights situation of people of African descent in the country.
The UN expert group will assess the situation of both Swedish-born and migrant people of African descent living in Sweden, and gather information on any forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, afrophobia and related intolerance faced by people of African descent. The experts will study the measures taken to prevent racial discrimination and protect victims of racism and hate crimes, as well as mechanisms for the protection, integration and inclusion of migrants and refugees and responses to multiple forms of discrimination that specific groups of African descent may face.
The wealthy elite promote White Genocide in NZ
Companies like Spark, its prime rival Vodafone, cloud accounting firm Xero and all of our major banks are among the New Zealand corporates spear-heading more diversity within their companies to drive innovation, meet emerging new markets and ensure a fairer working place for all.
Many - including Fonterra, Bell Gully and GlaxoSmithKline - have signed up as members of DiverseNZ Inc to show their commitment to progressing diversity and collaborating within the space.
The NZX has required NZ companies to include diversity reporting in their annual reports, including a breakdown of the gender composition of their boards of directors and officers, as well as an evaluation of the company’s performance with respect to their formal diversity policy, should they have one.
Is the Indian business community doing well because they pay employees $2 an hour?
In a packed events room in Auckland, hundreds of excited Indian businesspeople gathered this week to applaud their community’s economic success in New Zealand.
The 2014 Indian Business Awards recognised a notable set of young people this year operating new and franchised businesses across New Zealand.
Prime Minster John Key was in attendance at the awards, personally handing many of the trophies to the winners.
DNA genius was cut off by the anti-White establishment
The geneticist James Watson, who has been ostracised since public comments about black African IQ in 2007, is to auction off his 1962 prize for discovering the structure of DNA. It is expected to fetch in excess of $3 million.
“Because I was an ‘unperson’ I was fired from the boards of companies, so I have no income, apart from my academic income,” said the scientist of the aftermath of the incident seven years ago, which forced him to retire from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where he had worked for four decades.
“No one really wants to admit I exist,” he told the Financial Times.
In October 2007, Watson said to the Sunday Times that he was “gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours, whereas all the testing says not really.”
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