I am a usually fair-minded person and I have always supported immigration into this country. I also support the bi-cultural policy and the Treaty of Waitangi.
I have no beef with Muslims either.
However, when it comes from an agenda that seems to to arise from the largely-engineered migrant crisis in Europe I am horrified by the prospect of uncontrolled entry of all comers, something that is happening in Europe and which they want to introduce elsewhere, including into New Zealand.
No country can stand for long the rapid demographic changes that are being foisted upon the inhabitants.
Muslims are not all equal. There are millions of good, well-meaning Muslims but there are also the Sunni, Salafist extremists who are spreading Saudi-backed extremism around the globe.
The Muslims are not the same to those that rule over us. It is the former groups that are making their way all over the world aided and abetted by governments and groups in the West.
I have to ask why, when they are perhaps the most endangered group, not only in Syria but in the Middle East no Christian refugees have been brought into the country.
Here are a few random thoughts on this...
- We have people already here and they are not being looked after.
- None of these people are criticising Paciific Islanders or are anti-Maori - quite the contrary.They want to look after those who are here
- Where is discussion of the Treaty of Waitangi in public debate these days?
- If these people were really linked to"neo-nazis" they would be talking about throwing out non-white groups.ot one person is saying this!
- Most are concerned about their children and grandchildren and want those who are already here to be looked after.
And here is a video that deals in part with this question and juxtaposes this with a letter I received from Radio New Zealand.
Here is discussion of this from Carol Sakey
Here is discussion of this from Carol Sakey
This article which I will not post because they loudly claim copyright rights makes a claim that:
"The Government Communications Security Bureau has linked a campaign against New Zealand signing up to a UN Treaty to neo-Nazi groups based in Austria."
This was raised by Iranian-born Green MP, Golriz Ghahraman who "revealed the GCSB’s discovery yesterday saying that a Parliamentary Committee had been briefed on the finding.
According to the artilce Foreign Minister, Winston Peters "confirmed her claim".
"Peters did not name the group, but the Austrian neo-Nazi, Martin Sellner, the leader of the Identitäre Bewegung Österreichs (IBÖ, Identitarian Movement of Austria) played a leading role in the campaign against the Compact there"
They then go on to associate this with the Christchurch mass murderer (and possible patsy), Brenton Tarrant.
"It is not known whether Tarrant was involved in the New Zealand campaign against the pact which appears to have been headlined by an obscure right-wing extremist groups called Right Minds NZ led by Dieuwe de Boer."
I had not heard of Right Minds NZ or Diuewe de Boer so I went looking.
I will leave it up to you to make up your mind whether de Boer is "neo-nazi", "extreme Right' or simply anti-mass migration.
I know what real nazism looks like and I suspect it is not these people - you might need to look to Ukraine for some real nazis, but they have been embraced by western governments and media.
Some of these people are pretty unpleasant and I do not identify with their views but are they what they are being portrayed as?
After looking at everything surrounding the March 15 events in Christchurch I suspect not.
Said Peters, who has previously been attacked for an "anti-immigration" and even "racist" approach as minister has embraced the globalist Pact
“We were never going to stand aside while a bunch of Nazis of a very, very minuscule number in Austria could mount a campaign of disinformation like that and get away with it."
The whole issue of bipartisanship in foreign affairs was correctly raised by the National party:
"National’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Todd McClay told the Committee that National had been concerned about the impact the Compact would have on New Zealand’s ability to undertake its own immigration settings.
He said it was only after he raised that question that Peters obtained the legal opinion."
“I strongly suspect that the "non- binding" nature of the Pact is probably smoke-and-mirrors and once it comes into being the government will fall into line and embrace it as policy.
After all why sign it otherwise.
According to Ghahraman members of the GCSB oversight committee stated:
"The misinformation campaign about the binding nature and the way that the Compact was supposedly designed to interfere with immigration policy domestically, was started by neo-Nazi groups in Europe"
"I'm seriously proud of the fact that y despite the huge pressure, and I personally have never seen a campaign like that, and I've had a few crap campaigns against me in the past, but this was the most vicious and I decided we would stick to our guns and out them.
"It didn't deter us."
NZ media coverage
Here is further discussion of this:
Here is a discussion on the UN Pact
UN Compact on Migration
This is an extract from a 2003 discussion of immigration that points to past policy that is in the process of being dismantled without any real public input (rather the contrary)