Racism

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My attention was drawn to this comment on Martyn Martin Bradbury’s hate speech blog, where Bradbury gets schooled on issues regarding hate speech and its pernicious effects.

Bradbury had been mansplaining about how it was OK for Muslim hate-speech preacher Shaykh Dr Mohammad Anwar Sahib was really just a silly old man rather than the nasty antisemite  and misogynist he actually is.

This has got to be one of the silliest posts to have turned up on the Kiwi blogosphere for some time, with a fair number of suspects competing for that dismal accolade.

Maybe the most disconcerting thing here, Martyn, is your blitheness about the stress that hate speech causes real people: members of vulnerable minorities; especially young people, and children not least of all. “What’s so controversial about claiming Jews and Christians are the enemies of Muslims?” What’s the matter with you, Bomber? How do you imagine that hate speech, or the wholesale denigration of an entire minority actually works?

A boy of four wearing a yarmulke, assaulted in Mt. Eden last year – because Jews are portrayed by some fanatics as the enemies of Islam and as members of a race trying to take over the world. That’s how hate speech works. A Muslim kindergarten child in the US harassed verbally – and physically – by his TEACHER – because all Muslims are supposed to be terrorists. And one day that child is supposed to grow up to become one. That’s how hate speech works.

You bring up Gaza. Did the Islamic Women’s Council of NZ, who are a thousand-fold more qualified to talk about Gaza then you are, raise Gaza? Of course not. They rebuked Sahib unequivocally and expressed nothing toward the Jewish community but magnanimity and solidarity. Not much sexy contrarianism there, Martyn. But I’m guessing that they know all too well the thing that you’ve completely managed to miss: that children or young people of any minority are not in the least bit responsible for Gaza, for Isis, for anything else – but they’re always the first victims of the radical evil that hate speech is.   Read more »

The rise of anti-whiteness

Case against Aussie cartoonist Bill Leak dropped

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The complaint against Aussie cartoonist Bill Leak, who penned the above cartoon, has been dropped.

A young woman who alleged that she suffered racial hatred because of a provocative Bill Leak cartoon in The Australian has withdrawn her complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission.

Commission president Gillian Triggs’s delegate, Jodie Ball, wrote to The Australian’s lawyers last night to advise that Melissa Dinnison had told the AHRC yesterday that she “did not want to continue with her complaint”.

“Therefore, Miss Dinnison’s complaint has been finalised … and the file is now closed,” Ms Ball said.

Ms Dinnison, who until recently lived in Perth, made an online complaint to the commission in August claiming she had “experienced racial hatred” and been “discriminated against because of my race” as a result of the cartoon.

Attempts to contact her have been unsuccessful and she is believed to have moved to Germany to live. She said recently she was terrified to return to Australia because of racism.   Read more »

The Western Double Standard: Protect Islam Ridicule Christianity

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One of the above costumes was removed from Amazon because of complaints about it. Amazon was accused of using “a religious garment for commercial purposes.” A religious garment being used as a costume was considered offensive by the complainants. The wrath of a higher deity was even mentioned by those opposing the costume. Amazon removed the costume using the excuse that it didn’t follow their selling guidelines but they left the other costume for sale so clearly they were lying about the real reason why it was removed.

 

The world’s biggest shopping portal, Amazon, sells many Halloween costumes. One of the novelties in 2016 has been the “Sexy Burka”

…The commercial colossus of Jeff Bezos removed the item from the website, after Amazon had been swamped with accusations of “racism”, “Islamophobia,” of marketing an Islamic garment with the white face of a model and using “a religious garment for commercial purposes”. “You are disgusting, my culture is not your costume”, wrote many users of the Islamic faith. Others used a less adorable tone: “Whoever you are, you should fear Allah. This is not a joke.”

A spokesman for Amazon promptly responded: “All Marketplace sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who don’t will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The product in question is no longer available”.

So that Halloween parody of the global symbol of female oppression has been censored.

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Everything is Racist these days

Wanting the British government to protect British jobs is racist according to this T.V journalist because if you want the British government to put British citizen’s employment needs ahead of non-British citizens ( according to her twisted logic ) you are saying that the British public is superior to them. It is a common theme seen again and again world wide.

  • Any political group that is patriotic and nationalistic is racist.
  • Wanting to protect your countries borders is  racist
  • Being critical of the beliefs or actions of another culture is racist.
  • Believing in one man one vote rather than race based seats is racist.

Progressives Liberals and Lefties (how ever you describe them) have curious definitions of what is and isn’t racist. Below are ten things they think are racist and ten things they don’t think are racist.

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They are off on a Racism hunt

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Thanks to Susan Devoy’s website,  looking for racism and stirring up hostility between New Zealanders has become de rigueur. It has even inspired a New Zealand Herald journalist to write a piece entitled “Are New Zealanders becoming more racist?”

It is just like with “Islamophobia” where any criticism of the ideology is automatically labeled racist, bigoted and hateful. The theme seems to be that any criticism of immigration is rooted in racism, bigotry, and hate. There is no acknowledgment that there are legitimate and reasonable arguments about immigration that are based on facts and have nothing to do with an immigrant’s race.

Racism is dislike or hatred based on a belief that a person is inferior or of less value than another race. If I envy you or are jealous of your success that is envy and jealousy, not racism. I envy you because of what you have that I don’t. I don’t envy you because I think that you are inferior to me because of your race. Equally, distrusting a person because their values and beliefs are incompatible with your own is not racism as it is the values and beliefs that make you distrustful not the colour of their skin. If I know that you belong to group that supports killing cats for sport and I am a cat lover it is going to influence how I view you but that has nothing to do with Racism.

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I am so sick of all this diversity rubbish

The Labour Party don’t e-mail me anymore but the other day this turned up in my in box.

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It is a business survey that was focussed solely on diversity.”Diversity” is one of those buzz words that the PC world love and think is all about inclusiveness and  multiculturalism. In a video I watched recently multiculturalism was referred to as multi-conflict and I think diversity is actually racism and sexism in disguise.

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15 questions White people have for BuzzFeed Racists

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The New Zealand Labour Party was founded by racists

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I am terribly sorry to bring such bad news, especially being the centenary of the Labour Party ‘n all, and I don’t wish to rain on their parade or to dampen the joyous, nation-wide, celebrations taking place to commemorate that be-specialled anniversary, but: The truth is that the New Zealand Labour Party was founded by racists and their favourite son, Saint Michael Joseph Savage, leader of the first Labour government, founder of the welfare state, who once quipped he may be more popular than God, was the worst racist of all.

I uncovered these lamentable facts following the exact same intellectually rigorous process used by Massey Agricultural College “academic” Stephen Elers recently when he applied his considerable mind to a piercing analysis of all utterances embarrassable to the man after whom the Agricultural College was named, that is to say: I saw it in an old newspaper.

Some of you may take heart from the fact that an Agricultural College “academic” can actually read, and that, therefore, the College is clearly fulfilling it’s function. But the pitfalls of reading are numerous, including the possibility of having one’s illusions shattered; as in discovering the racist and hateful speech of the Labour Party’s founders.   Read more »

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Australian Muslim Activist decided to prove that the poll results were wrong

I wrote recently about a poll in Australia where the question was posed, “Do you support banning Muslim Immigration?”. The not surprising result (given what has been happening in Australia) was that 49% Australians said ” Yes.” Like with Brexit a lot of Lefties were not happy with the result of the poll and blamed the result on the fact that only 1,000 people were polled. A second poll was taken but it got exactly the same result.

What’s happened next was fascinating. Mariam Veiszadeh, of “Islamaphobia Register of Australia” infamy, refused to believe the results so commissioned her own poll on Twitter. She proposed exactly the same question and more than 40,000 people have responded to the poll.

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