Guest Post: NPIP say Harawira’s drug policy would make racism worse

Hone Harawira went on the Nation the other day proposing either deporting the Chinese drug traffickers or executing them. While Hone denied the idea was racist, race is clearly a big motivator since drug trafficking is not only a Chinese exclusive activity but anything to get more votes am I correct?

His racism is all the more evident when he said “You want to know what’s racist? Maori are in the bottom of New Zealand society in terms of housing, employment, education, health and justice. Now that’s what I call racist.”

Oh my, so somehow according to his twisted logic, labelling a whole demographic as poor, ignorant, lazy, ill and criminal is NOT racist. He had no statistics to back up his claim that his precious gangs are not related to the importation of drugs, instead, he claimed the police would back him up.

Well, it’s too bad that the police response stated that gangs and organised crime were “strongly linked to the importation and distribution of methamphetamine in New Zealand”.

This news comes in direct conflict with No Pride in Prison (NPIP). NPIP is a University of Auckland student initiative. Although it is disguised as a prison abolitionist movement, it really is just a platform to complain about the system putting people of given chromosomes in their respective prisons. The group also claims it targets “intersectionality” (which in social justice demagogue terms means anything goes based on feelings), this involves communism, anti-racism/Maori supremacism, community sentencing and feminism (but mostly communism).




Why is it racism to point out that there is a real issue with gangs producing meth? Instead of addressing a real problem of a meth epidemic, they are crying racism against Maori. When you think about it since NPIP don’t believe in prisons executions should be perfectly acceptable. And by sending the Chinese to gulags like how they used to do so in China, it would be a “soft execution” that totally respects their culture. It’s a win-win situation really.

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