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Call For exit from UN Migration Pact: Nationwide rallies

Dieuwe de Boer
Rightminds.nz

Jesse Anderson from NZSovereignty has organised another round of protests against the signing of the UN Migration Pact. These will be held in a number of locations around the country, including Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch on Saturday 2nd February at 4 pm.

  • Aotea Square, Auckland. [Facebook RSVP]
  • Corner of Taranaki Street and Courtney Street, Wellington.
  • Cathedral Square, Christchurch.

More locations and speakers will be announced soon.

The continued defense given by supporters of the pact is that “it’s not legally binding”, but when that’s the best thing the Migration Pact has going for it, you know it’s a dozy.

This is an odd defense to make as after all, if the compact is non-binding then why sign it at all? Good faith is presumed when entering into an agreement, and our government signalled their agreement with the principles of this pact when they signed it. If Winston or Jacinda disagreed with it, they would either not have signed or they would now withdraw, as dozens of nations have done. Bolsonaro’s Brazil being the latest to pull out even though the previous administration signed it.

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‘Revolutionary Tribunals’ introduced to University of Technology Sydney

Dieuwe de Boer

Rightminds.nz


Last week I came across a rather frightening article in the Australian Presbyterian, written six months ago by David Robertson, a Free Church minister, who was on sabbatical from Scotland to one of the colonies. The whole article by Robertson about the decline of the West is an excellent read, but I will focus only on the reference he made with regards to “Revolutionary Tribunals” in a Sydney university and will quote from the Daily Telegraph source.

Students accused of sexual harassment at one of Sydney’s largest universities will be hauled before extrajudicial panels including two of their peers who will recommend if they should be expelled.

We’re off to a cracking start. Why the need for extrajudicial panels when the judicial courts are well equipped to deal with these matters?

According to the rules, “a University Student Conduct Committee is not bound by the rules of evidence and may inform itself on any matter it thinks fit”.

“Not bound by the rules of evidence”.

I had trouble believing this, so I searched through the Student Rules of the UTS and to my shock this quote appears not once, but twice! (UTC Student Rules Section 16.13.2 and 16.16.5.)

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Auckland Rally against the UN Migration Pact

Dieuwe de Boer

Rightminds.nz


Auckland Rally against the UN Migration Pact

Dieuwe de Boer

Rightminds.nz


Education is not a trivial pursuit

Dieuwe de Boer

RightMinds.NZ


Disaster struck recently when members of Generation Snowflake sat their end-of-year Level 3 NCEA exams. Last year students melted into tears due to a difficult maths exam, but this year students complained that the history exam contained a difficult word. quote.

Year 13 students are worried they might fail their history exam because they didn’t know what the word “trivial” meant. end quote.

It’s a bit of a worry when one word used in one question is the difference between passing and failing, especially a word as insignificant as “trivial”. quote.

Students sitting the NZQA Level 3 History causes and consequences paper on Wednesday were confronted with the word in a quote from Julius Caesar: “Events of importance are the result of trivial causes.”

Students were asked to analyse the extent to which they agreed or disagreed with Caesar, with reference to the causes and consequences of a historical event. end quote.

One seemingly harmless word has stupefied the next generation to an extent where they have to demand, via an electronic petition, that their interpretation of the words of Julius Caesar be recognised as if they were the very words of Julius Caesar himself.quote.

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The killer question for any unborn baby in New Zealand

Dieuwe de Boer

RightMinds.NZ


Notice: A protest by people opposed to Jacinda’s abortion changes. NOT a Labour party poster

One of Jacinda’s inevitable targets was abortion law, which she has repeatedly claimed she wants to be treated as a health issue that shouldn’t be in the Crimes Act. This is a non sequitur. The location of abortion law, or any law, is irrelevant: you break the law, it’s a crime. Or so we would hope. The current abortion law isn’t even in the Crimes Act: it’s in the Contraception, Sterilisation, and Abortion Act 1977.

There are only two relevant parts that are in the Crimes Act: (1) the punishment for murder of an unborn child (unless sanctioned by the government per the previously mentioned Act), and (2) a specific clause protecting from prosecution those who cause the death of an unborn child while taking action to preserve the life of a mother.

Abortion hasn’t been a crime since the late 1970s and only a handful of cases can ever be found of women who were denied their request to have their babies legally terminated by the state. With over 13,000 dead babies every year, it’s a little duplicitous to say that abortion is a crime – those numbers point to a toll of genocidal proportions. There’s just a little bit of inconvenience involved in the current process, and that’s what this is all about. Women complain that they shouldn’t have to feign mental illness in order to get an abortion, but it’s an ugly irony – one really does have to be sick in the head to want to kill their own offspring.

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Will NZ reject the ‘abomination’ that is the UN Migration Pact?

Dieuwe de Boer

RightMinds.NZ


Why haven’t we heard about the Global Compact for Migration here in New Zealand? President Trump made waves when he rejected the pact, due to be signed this December, nearly a year ago. Israel, Australia, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Estonia, and the Czech Republic have since either followed suit or signalled that they would also withdraw. The list grows longer almost by the day.

Note that nearly all of these nations face direct threats from illegal migration: the USA from its southern border, the Europeans from their southern and eastern borders, Australia from its northern border, and Israel from just about every border.

Here in New Zealand, the only party that has released any statement on this pact has been the New Conservative Party, whose deputy leader Elliot Ikilei denounced it as reading like dystopian science-fiction.

We know that the National, Green, and ACT Parties are all for open borders, either wanting to prop up the economy with migrant workers or virtue signal by accepting increasingly large numbers of refugees. It’s no surprise that we haven’t heard a peep from those directions.

The silence from the Labour and NZ First Parties is more interesting, as both campaigned against mass immigration. Their policy and campaigning is actually irrelevant though; the personal opinions of Jacinda and Winston are what really matter.

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Remember M. Arnoud Beltrame, because the French won’t

Dieuwe de Boer

RightMinds.NZ


Arnoud Beltrame

What do you know about Monsieur Beltrame? Cast your mind back and perhaps you’ll remember reading the newspaper on a warm morning in March where, on page 4, you scanned an article about a “cultural enrichment event” in Trèbes, near Carcassonne, where a Mohammedan took several hostages inside a supermarket. The police responded and negotiated. One Lieutenant-Colonel proposed a trade for the final female hostage, which was accepted by the jihadi. For a brief moment, chivalry in France revived. Hours later M. Beltrame lay dying on the cold tiled floor – shot four times and then stabbed. Quote.

His bravery and sacrifice would be remembered. Or so they said. The French Interior Minister Gérard Collomb tweeted out a brief eulogy:

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame has left us. He died for his country. France will never forget his heroism, his bravery, his sacrifice.end quote.

Yet several months later it has been revealed that the nearby city of Marseilles, the second most populous city in France, won’t even be naming a street after the dead gendarme.

The local council feared that doing so would upset the Muslims occupying the city: quote.

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Have I been outed as the leader of Auckland Antifa?

Dieuwe de Boer

Rightminds.nz

First published 29/10/18


It’s been over two months since I attended the Nigel Farage event in Auckland, but a few weeks ago someone sent me a link to the above tweet. Hearing Nigel speak was a great experience, and my friend Alex wrote all about how it went. You can watch a recording I made of the treatment that attendees were subjected to by the Antifa mob on the night. I thought that I was just some guy who put his opinions on the internet in the hopes that someone, or anyone, would find them interesting.

But on that fateful night, they promoted me to leader of the “NZ Fascist Movement” – colloquially known as “Tamaki Anti-Fascist Action”. I was surprised, as I had thought that maybe Valerie “Molotov” Morse or even Golriz “No Human Right Is Absolute” Ghahraman held that title.

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Auckland Antifa exposed by new star on the block

Rachel Poulain

Dieuwe de Boer

Rightminds.nz


There’s a new star on the block. I first read her name on the Free Speech Coalition representatives list. As I was organising our first ever free speech rally, it was suggested that I should invite Rachel as a speaker. She’s a self-described classical liberal, an artist, and animal rights, activist. She also has a Youtube channel on which she’s quite regularly started making videos just over a month ago. Her speech at the rally in Wellington was impressive. And her videos just keep getting better and better.

One of her first videos, shortly after Stefan and Lauren were de-platformed, was a satirical news report from an alternate universe:

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