Key confident our Islamic refugees won’t be those kind of “refugees”

John Key needs to think a bit more closely about what he is saying.

On the one hand he says that the terrorists know no boundaries…that is, they will do anything and everything to commit their acts of terror…and on the other hand he is telling us to trust the UN to have properly vetted “refugees” coming here.

He says New Zealand will offer moral support to France at this stage, and joins world leaders with a strong stance against the actions of Islamic State.

“These are people who fundamentally know no boundaries to what they do, actively and directly targeting civilians, and I think they’re doing that to undermine confidence, and so that’s the worrying thing about what they do.”   

The Prime Minister remains confident New Zealand will remain vigilant with a fresh wave of refugees that are expected to arrive in the country in January.

“The refugees we take are heavily vetted through the UNHCR programme and we have the authority to reject someone if we genuinely don’t believe that they are a refugee, even if they have been approved with a refugee status by the United Nations,” he says.

The only strong stance is commit to destroying these scumbags, and John Key needs to sit down the soft cock leader of the Maori party, who is the only person stopping the deployment of the NZSAS, and educate the fool on what is at stake here.

Meanwhile we need to re-think Islamic immigration in this country…seriously. As in halt it for now. There are plenty of Christian Syrian refugees we could take. They should get priority.

If the terrorists know no boundaries then let’s make sure they do get to know how cold the Tasman Sea is.

 

– 3News


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

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