Immigration

Katie Hopkins upsets the luvvies with her hard hitting immigration column

I love Katie Hopkins, she has my type of brutality when it comes to confronting difficult topics of discussion.

Right now the United Kingdom is under siege from illegal immigrants…she confront this…by suggesting gunships not rescue boats would be a better idea…and describing illegal migrants as cockroaches.

No, I don’t care. Show me pictures of coffins, show me bodies floating in water, play violins and show me skinny people looking sad.

I still don’t care.

Because in the next minute you’ll show me pictures of aggressive young men at Calais, spreading like norovirus on a cruise ship.

Watching them try to clamber on to British lorries and steal their way into the UK, do I feel pity? Only for the British drivers, who get hit with a fine every time one of this plague of feral humans ends up in their truck.

Understand this, these two populations are the same. The migrants harassing Brit truckers at the port are the same as the vagrants making the perilous trip across the Med.

And there is no stopping them. 170,000 came last year.

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Is her citizenship being cancelled?

Some people are just scumbags.

They way they treat workers is appalling.

A woman who illegally hired foreign sex workers to work at an Auckland massage parlour has been jailed.

in the Auckland District Court on Tuesday, Naengnoi Sriphet, a joint citizen of Thailand and New Zealand, jailed for 27 months after being found guilty of five offences under the Immigration Act relating to providing false or misleading visa information.

An investigation by Immigration New Zealand (INZ) found Sriphet brought two women from Thailand to work for her in Auckland.

According to their visas, they worked as “massage therapists”.

However the court found she encouraged and facilitated at least one of the women to work as a prostitute. ¬†¬† Read more »

Rock stars we are

The New Zealand economy is still a rock star, according to Paul Bloxham, the man who originally coined the phrase.

In a New Zealand economics comment, Mr Bloxham, the chief economist for HSBC Bank Australia, said despite lower dairy prices and lower growth in its major trading partners, New Zealand’s economy continued to be supported by a construction boom and the story had further to run.

As a result, interest rates were at high levels when compared with the rest of the developed world and the currency was high.

The New Zealand dollar was nearing parity against the Australian dollar for the first time in 42 years. Some early signs of domestic price pressures picking up suggested the New Zealand Reserve Bank was unlikely to cut rates this year, in contrast to current market pricing, he said.

Mr Bloxham said there were a range of indicators showing the New Zealand economy was still booming.

The broadest economic indicator of gross domestic product, or GDP, showed growth was broad based across industries with 15 of 16 sectors showing expansion over 2014. Overall GDP was running at a well above annual trend of 3.5%. The more timely indicators confirmed the strength had continued into 2015. Read more »

Winston does more Asian bashing (aka Same s#1t, different day)

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Thousands of Indian students are “flooding into New Zealand” where they’re being exploited by immigrant employers, Winston Peters says.

“They’re too afraid to speak out as their purpose in migrating to New Zealand is to gain permanent residence,” the NZ First leader said.

“Study is just a pathway they can use… numbers have soared since the government softened restrictions allowing foreign students to work.”

Mr Peters says there are 93,000 overseas students in New Zealand, an increase of 12 per cent in one year, while the number of Indian students has risen 60 per cent. Read more »

Better to have Aussies than Muzzies

Apparently the Aussies are coming.

Far better to have a huge influx of Aussie immigration I think than from some other parts of the world.

Australians are admitting that New Zealand is now the place to be as its residents cross the Tasman to find a home here.

The increase in Australians shifting to New Zealand permanently, as well as a rise in expat Kiwis returning home, is reversing the one-way tide of migration of the past 20 years.

And according to a report in the Weekend Australian Magazine, New Zealand’s growing economy and superior work-life culture are attracting thousands of Australians put off by their own unstable Government and falling economic fortunes.

“What has happened is that somewhere, somehow, perhaps in the dead of night when no one was looking, Australia and New Zealand have swapped sides,” the magazine said.

“Cocky, confident Australia is now home to dysfunctional politics, yawning budget deficits, rising unemployment and an electorate unwilling to accept tough reforms.”

Australian winemaker Anna Flowerday moved to Marlborough in 2003 with her husband, Jason, because of the more “vibrant” viticulture industry. “It’s definitely home now,” the mother of four told theHerald. “I love the culture of the place, I love that it’s a safe little place at the end of the world … where your kids can still walk to school and you can go down the street and you don’t have to lock your house.

“It’s all that kind of stuff. The ship’s on a pretty good course whether you’re family-oriented or business-oriented, and both of those are a consideration for us.”

The net loss of 2900 people to Australia in the year to January was well down from net losses of 17,100 in the January 2014 year and 37,900 in the January 2013 year.

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Restrict immigration? Good idea, let’s start with Islamic immigration

Fairfax reports:

Immigration¬†is set to hit record levels, pushing up house prices over the coming year, but Prime Minister John Key believes immigrants’ skills are needed and enough houses are “in the pipeline” in Auckland to meet the influx.

In their monthly update to ministers yesterday, Treasury officials said net permanent and long-term (PLT) migration in the year ending March was “likely to exceed our [December] Half Year Update forecast of a peak of 52,400″.

Inflows were expected to start easing in the first half of this year, and the impact on house prices and household wealth appeared more subdued in this cycle, possibly because of the concentration of 20-34-year-olds in the numbers.

“However, it is possible that the strength in PLT arrivals recently may begin to impact housing demand more significantly over the coming year,” they warned.

Key said there was no question immigration has some impact on housing.

“Generally, the Reserve Bank takes the view that net migration is positive for the economy but has some spill-over implications.”

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Toby Manhire wants us to follow in Denmark and Sweden’s footsteps.

Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Toby Manhire is such a person. Rather than do what Churchill did when he joined England in the fight against Nazism he thinks that a more gutsy decision would be to increase our immigration, thereby bringing into our democratic country the very ideology that John Key wants us to oppose.

Sweden and Denmark increased their immigration and look what happened.

Woe to anyone in Sweden who dissents from the orthodox view that welcoming large numbers of indigent peoples from such countries as Iraq, Syria, and Somalia is anything but a fine and noble idea. Even to argue that permitting about 1 percent of the existing population to emigrate annually from an alien civilization renders one politically, socially, and even legally beyond the pale. (I know a journalist threatened with arrest for mild dissent on this issue.) Stating that there exists a Swedish culture worth preserving meets with puzzlement. And yet, the realities of immigration are apparent for all to see: welfare dependency, violent bigotry against Christians and Jews, and a wide range of social pathologies from unemployment to politically motivated rape. Accordingly, ever-increasing numbers of Swedes find themselves ‚ÄĒ despite known hazards ‚ÄĒ opting out of the consensus and worrying about their country‚Äôs cultural suicide.
-nationalreview.com

All this is part, say critics, of a decade-long transformation in Denmark’s approach to immigration and integration, under pressure from the populist Danish People’s party, the DPP… Denmark’s Muslim population are the party’s particular focus. There are many Muslims, it says, who are unwilling to integrate and hostile to “Danish values” such as free speech.

-BBC.com

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Dutch MP Geert Wilders on Paris

This man is facing trial for “inciting racial hatred”, because he speaks for those who are scared and uncertain about the future of their country and their children.

Geert Wilders is a Dutch Politician and the founder and leader of the Party for Freedom which currently is the fourth-largest party in the Dutch parliament. (Wikipedia)

The rise and rise of nationalism in western democracies is a sign that the populations are rising up against the failures of successive governments to recognise the threat that Muslims that seek sharia law no matter where they live has to be met head on.

In our own country, there is thankfully no need for “reverse” Muslim immigration. ¬†But we must certainly act to stop adding fuel to a pile that will eventually ignite here too.

An adventure of a lifetime!

One of our readers shared this with me, and I thought it was time for another bit of truth-through-humour that the lefties and terrorists don’t like.

A. Go to  Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq  or Iran illegally. Never mind immigration quotas, visas, international law, or any of that nonsense. Demand a free house, benefits and food.

B. Once there, demand that the local government provide free medical care for you and your entire family.

C. Demand that all nurses and doctors be fluent in English, and that all food be cooked according to your specifications in the hospital.

D. Demand free local government forms, bulletins, etc. Be printed in English.

E. Procreate abundantly.

F.¬†Deflect any criticism of this allegedly irresponsible reproductive¬†–¬†Behaviour with, ‘It is a cultural thing; you wouldn’t understand.’ Read more »

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Sweden sends Christmas message to Islam

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A suspected arsonist set fire to a mosque in the Swedish town of Eskilstuna, injuring five people, police said, an incident which comes amid an intense debate over immigration.

The immigration debate has pitted the far right, which wants to cut the number of asylum seekers allowed into Sweden by 90 percent, against mainstream parties intent on preserving the Nordic country’s liberal policy. Read more »

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