The rejuvenation of NZ First – I think I’ve found them a new candidate

The Herald provides a vehicle for more Asian bashing.

Partygoers are being urged to boycott a nightclub whose owner made racist remarks suggesting some of his Indian patrons were predatory rapists.

The Facebook post by DJ Neill Andrews, who owns Wellington’s Famous nightclub, sparked outrage.

It read:

“Just because we don’t let groups of creepy Indian rapists into the club doesn’t make us racist, they also don’t buy alcohol.

“Probably so they can be sober enough to tie up the sack and lift the body into the back of their hybrid taxi, while wearing oversized leather jackets and sports shoes.”

Yeah.  With the elections ahead, get ready for more of it.  The usual suspects like NZ First will dust off their standard playbooks.


THANK YOU for being a subscriber. Because of you Whaleoil is going from strength to strength. It is a little known fact that Whaleoil subscribers are better in bed, good looking and highly intelligent. Sometimes all at once! Please Click Here Now to subscribe to an ad-free Whaleoil.

  • dilligaf2013

    Unbelievable that people will put shit like this on Facebook – It’s one thing to think something like this, but it takes some kind of special stupidity to put in on social media and let the world see it.

  • Pissedoffyouth

    Maybe they don’t buy alcohol, and yeah I’ve seen creepy Indians in town. Same can go for whites or polynesians.

    you should know better than to speak your mind in NZ aka offense-land though.

  • Cowgirl

    He obviously subscribes to the mantra ‘ there’s no such thing as bad publicity’. What a ‘tard.

  • Patrick

    Winston calling – “Hey DJ Neil, fancy a life on the public tit? You can say what you like under parliamentary privilege, lie like a flatfish, make accusations with no basis, piss it up every day of the week. You can do all this & be amoungst the highest income earners in NZ with a gold plated super scheme, fancy a shot at this? Keep up the good work buddy, stick with ole Winnie & you will be wearing diamonds.”

  • timemagazine

    The economy is humming, and they need somebody to be guilty of something. Any thin Doesn’t matter who it is or what it is.

  • Guest

    Never mind New Zealand First