What came first racism or race relations propaganda?

On the Commission’s website Dame Susan impels people to “support, record & report” any incidences of perceived racial harassment or abuse in our communities.   She also claims that “people from ethnic minorities report an increase in the number of personal racist attacks in recent times, this is in step with events taking place overseas.”

Of course there has been an increase in complaints from ethnic minorities about racism! In a grievance ridden ‘progressive’ multicultural climate, Dame Susan has created an enticing, victim oriented platform to impel complaints (anonymous or otherwise) and is counting them with glee as if they offer a clear insight into how nasty and racist Western nations are.  This is the sort of contrived, flakey junk that the Human Rights Commission positively swoons over, and I hate that they get a dime of taxpayer money to pursue these divisive agendas.


Olivia Pierson’s theory of cause and effect is a very similar to the whole what came first the chicken or the egg debate. If racism is the chicken then we have to acknowledge that it came first but the idea that race relations propaganda and a grievance industry feeds the chicken and therefore ensures that more and more chickens are created is a valid one.

A commenter on Pierson’s post on the subject said that Susan Devoy is creating racism. He said that she is stirring up hate for Europeans by promoting the idea that there “is some sort of inbred racial discrimination against Maori by Europeans.” he pointed out that when Maori leaders have used slurs against Pakeha such as the racist slur “redneck” Susan Devoy said nothing. In contrast when the Auckland University European students association started up Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy tweeted that she would be…

“keeping an eye on” the club.” “I am a Kiwi with European heritage, I’m very proud of my Irish roots – but this doesn’t mean limiting the rights of anyone else.”

With zero evidence of any racism, Devoy intimated publicly that the club needed to be monitored because it was likely that they would attempt to limit other people’s rights.

The club was not racist in any way and was attacked on the basis of a logo and slogan that some activists took offence too. My interview with the president of the club set the record straight. Susan Devoy never gave them a chance to explain their side of the story and smeared them on twitter. The club did not receive an apology from any of the media or from Susan Devoy when the truth was finally revealed. The slur against them has been allowed to stand and their club is not officially sanctioned because the Auckland University Student Union is unlikely to approve their affiliation.

We have a race based Maori party. We have many race based Maori groups. A Maori law firm for gods sake that caters for Maori. Maori schools. Yet one lousy European group starts up and she immediately speaks up. Yet zero about all the Maori groups. She is biased and there is no doubting that. SHE HAS TO GO.”

-Eddie Light

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