Green MP Denise Roche
Today’s face of the day wants more refugees.
- Why? Well just because we should.
- Why? Well because 1000 is a nicer sounding number than 750.
- Why? Well because it is the right thing to do.
- Why? Well because we are nice people.
- Why? Well because not increasing the quota for 28 years is a disgrace.
- Why? Because it will literally change lives.
It will change lives alright. The only thing she has wrong is whose lives will be changed. Lebanon, a small country like New Zealand, has been overwhelmed by the tide of refugees and has had to take drastic steps.
More than 1.5. million people have taken shelter in the tiny country that has a population of four and a half million people since the beginning of the Syrian conflict – the population equivalent of 20 million people landing in Britain in less than four years.
The unprecedented influx has overwhelmed the Lebanon’s water and electricity supplies, increased rents and depressed the economy, pushing host communities to breaking point.
Western countries so much larger than us have taken in Muslim refugees and are now having massive problems which I write about almost every week. Unbelievably in America, Christian refugees fleeing genocide are not being allowed in while ‘minor’ terrorism-affiliated Muslims are welcomed in their thousands!
Our liberals in New Zealand think like Obama. There is no mention in the Green’s bill of taking in refugees fleeing Islamic persecution or genocide. Nope, it will be Muslim ‘refugees’ that they will want and I guarantee that it will be Muslim ‘refugees’ that we will get. The fact that the world’s tidal wave, record number of refugees is because of Islam seems to escape them.
I passed three hitchhikers on my road trip last week with my Mum and daughter. I didn’t stop to pick up any of them. It would have been ‘nice’ of me to pick them up. One guy was in the middle of nowhere down a dusty back road but I didn’t pick him up.
Well, because it is more important to protect your loved ones than it is to be nice.
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