Racism

Susan Devoy on the Media party

Susan Devoy recently made a speech at the Ethnic, Migrant and Refugees Community Engagement Summit.

“What some of us do not already realise is that our media is neither neutral nor objective, the media reflects the society we live in.”

Devoy doesn’t think society is objective and can see why the Media are so mistrusted in NZ.

“Ironically while we were taking media calls over this Christmas issue – we were also attending interfaith peace vigils.”

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Turns out the anti-racist student behind the Rhodes Must Fall campaign is in fact a racist himself

A massive campaign against statues of Cecil Rhodes was instigated in the UK. Lazy journalists here mimicked the story and went looking for statutes of our own horrible people so they could be tipped over.

But it turns out that the student behind the campaign is an awful racist himself.

A student who helped lead the campaign to tear down a ‘racist’ statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oxford has boasted about refusing to tip a waitress because she was white.

Ntokozo Qwabe bragged online that he and a friend made the woman cry ‘typical white tears’ after writing on the bill ‘we will give tip when you return the land’.

The incident, in a café in South Africa, provoked a fierce backlash from critics who branded him a ‘hypocrite’.

Mr Qwabe, 24, is one of the leaders of the Rhodes Must Fall movement, which campaigned to remove a statue of the 19th Century imperialist from Oriel College.

Although he is a Rhodes scholar himself and received money from the Rhodes’ estate to study at Oxford, Qwabe and other activists claimed forcing ethnic minority students to walk past the statue amounted to ‘violence’.

On Thursday, he wrote on Facebook about an altercation with a waitress during a visit to a restaurant called Obz Café in the Western Cape, South Africa.

He said the incident had left him ‘unable to stop smiling because something so black, wonderful & LIT just happened!’

He wrote that he had eaten there with a friend, described as a ‘radical non-binary trans black activist’, but that the pair had refused to pay the ‘white woman’ waitress a tip.

He said: ‘They take a pen & slip in a note where the gratuity/tip amount is supposed to be entered.

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Maybe Andrew Little can send our curry chefs to England

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David and Samantha Cameron enjoy a curry. They tucked into chicken korai and saag paneer at Manchester’s Saffron Lounge during the Conservative party conference in October – it wasn’t quite as spicy as the chilli-hot specials they ordered at the Paprika Indian restaurant in Birmingham the previous year.

The prime minister even pledged to protect the struggling £4.2bn curry industry, which employs 100,000 people, at the British Curry awards in 2013. He said he would “get the skilled Asian chefs you need” to the UK, while the home secretary, Theresa May, has admitted that curry chefs are a shortage occupation. Read more »

Too many white people at anti-white conference

Once upon a time, a group of social justice warriors gathered to complain about white people. It was an anti-white conference where, in every corner, you could hear people muttering “trigger words”, “offensive”, “oppressive,”  “supremacist” and ” white privilege”. What they completely failed to notice  in their eagerness to show themselves to be social justice warriors, was that most of those speaking and attending the conference were white themselves. They may have thought that their deep self-hatred and white guilt would be enough to get them into the cool group (oppressed minorities), but unfortunately they were wrong.

James Loewen, author of “Lies My Teacher Told Me,” speaks with attendees at White Privilege Conference 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 16, 2016 (Facebook, White Privilege Conference) Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/04/race-activists-white-privilege-conference-too-white/#kxTSmx8fraMEwHYz.99

James Loewen, author of “Lies My Teacher Told Me,” speaks with attendees at White Privilege Conference 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 16, 2016 (Facebook, White Privilege Conference)

Race activists who recently gathered in Pennsylvania to intellectually flog white people for alleged “privilege” found themselves lamenting the sizable number of white people who paid for the experience.

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Imagine a world without whiteness, he said

The history professor told his students to imagine a world without whiteness and to imagine a world without white privilege. He believed it would be a good world and one that can be achieved if we “dismantle and demolish the whole concept’. Dismantle and demolish, huh? That sounds pretty destructive.

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So what does a Grammar Racist look like?

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I have heard of Grammar Nazis but until yesterday I had not heard of Grammar Racists. Apparently correcting someone’s grammar is not just rude, it is actually racist if the person you are correcting was not born in your country or is bi-lingual.

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A lawyer ordered to pay $7500 compensation for racial harassment and bullying a Sudanese-born law clerk says he was only correcting his grammar.

A decision from the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) found that John Appleby, the sole director and practitioner at Ladbrook Law in Auckland, had unfairly discriminated against his former employee, Rabah Bashir.

Appleby said on Friday he disputed the claim of racism and was due to lodge an appeal.

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Day 5: Media party still pushing the “police hate Africans” smear

The Media party are in full swing with their anti-Police rubbish…they are still pushing that the cops hate Africans.

Africans living in Auckland say their worries about police harassment should not be ignored or dismissed by the authorities.

A report by an AUT researcher spoke to Africans between the ages of 16 and 31, who say they’ve been racially profiled, harassed and, in some instances, beaten by police.

The findings were published on Saturday at an African Youth Forum held at the Wesley Centre in Mount Roskill, which several representatives from NZ Police attended, including the Māori responsiveness advisor Joe Tipene, and national strategic ethnic advisor Rakesh Naidoo.

On Friday, the deputy chief executive of Maori, Pacific and ethnic services, Wally Haumaha, dismissed the report, saying it was based on “unsubstantiated claims from anonymised individuals”.

He said police previously met with the report’s author, AUT associate professor Camille Nakhid, about the allegations but had been “provided with no opportunity to investigate them”.

Dr Nakhid said that was not true, as she had met with the Auckland police district commander Richard Chambers and showed him the early findings of the report.

She said nothing had been done since.

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Face of the day

‘No more borders’ activists should be forced to watch the video of today’s face of the day. Every single bleeding-heart leftie who supports inflicting this kind of devastation on local populations should be tied to a chair and forced to watch this video. Every do-gooder from every church organisation, every government official, every leader of every Western country, should have their eyes held open with matchsticks until they have seen it in full.

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Can we have some consistency – please?

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You got to love this: in Susan Devoy we have a white woman telling us we shouldn’t force Christmas on people and to be more inclusive, but today we have a Pacific Islander pushing Chinese New Year on the same people, as well as the whities.

Ethnic Communities Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga says he is looking forward to celebrating Chinese New Year with communities around the country.

“2016 is the Year of the Monkey, the ninth animal on the Chinese zodiac calendar. New Zealand’s Asian communities, and the wider community, look forward to the lunar new year with much excitement,” Mr Lotu-Iiga says. Read more »

Freedom of speech for some but not others.

We have already posted a number of  articles containing New Zealand examples of anti-semitism which is hostility towards, or prejudice against Jews.

My criticism of Islam on this blog has been called Islamophobia and racism by others but I am not hostile towards Muslim New Zealanders nor am I prejudiced towards them. I disagree strongly with the laws and oppressive rules of Islam but I do not abuse Muslims either verbally or in writing. When I see Muslim women in Burkas I feel sorry for them. It upsets me that they do not enjoy equal rights as I do inside New Zealand.

Lisa Marie Mendez, a University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) student and employee at the UCLA Medical Center, has made her extreme distaste for “fucking Zionist pigs” crystal clear this past month in her rant against Jews on Facebook. Mendez’s racist comments in response to a pro-Israel Facebook post by Jewish actress Mayim Bialik, were picked up by a UCLA student and publicized to the UCLA community

Ms Mendez has not been censored in any way for her hate-filled and abusive comments yet so called Islamophobic comments have cost other people their jobs.

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