There are too many Wogistanis at the UN for him to get away with his comments.
The Government will seriously consider a United Nations condemnation of NZ First MP Richard Prosser’s anti-Muslim comments, Justice and Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins says.
The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination issued a report on New Zealand’s progress at tackling racial discrimination and inequality.
It found Mr Prosser’s comments were “inflammatory”, and urged the New Zealand Government to intensify its efforts to promote ethnic harmony and find a way to combat existing stereotypes and prejudices against certain ethnic and religious groups.
Mr Prosser said in an Investigate magazine column that young Muslim mean from “Wogistan” should be banned from flying on western airlines and he described Islam as being “a stone age religion”. The comments were found to be counter-productive to New Zealand’s efforts to reduce racial discrimination.
50 lashes on the pee-pee with a wet shoelace?
On the other hand we could just tell the UN to go fly a kite.