Chris Brown

A NZ Politician needs to steal this immigration idea fast

Kellie Leitch is standing for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada and her number one policy is screening all visitors, refugees and immigrants for Canadian Values

She believes that people who want to immigrate to Canada should be asked questions like these:

  • Are men and woman equal, and entitled to equal protection under the law?
  • Is it ever ok to coerce or use violence against an individual or a group who disagrees with your views?
  • Do you recognise that to have a good life in Canada you will need to work hard to provide for yourself and your family and that you can’t expect to have things you want to be given to you?

Wouldn’t it be great if immigrants to New Zealand were screened for New Zealand values? Even if the values immigrants were screened for were liberal left-wing values that would still be useful. Immigrants most likely to harm our society do not share the Left’s compassion for people who are different and unlike the Left they are not tolerant of alternative lifestyles or different religions, cultures and races. I actually think that Labour or Green voting immigration officers would be perfect for the job of screening immigrants for values that will allow them to integrate and assimilate into our society. If the immigration officers were transgender or gay that would be even better as it would be hard for some immigrants to hide their disgust.

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Is it okay to use children in a music video with sexual lyrics?


Chris Brown has a new music video that includes sexual, violent and ” offensive ” lyrics and the producer of his music video has used young children who act and dance while the following words are being sung.


Bitches dancin’ naked in my livin’ room
She straight out of college, just turned 22
Girl, get your money up, I ain’t even mad at you
Got you all on me, makin’ these niggas catchin’ attitudes
Tell ’em don’t start it, my niggas retarded
Fuck the judge and the sentence, huh, I got a good lawyer
I got a few girls on the way, baby girl, you ain’t leavin’
It’s my birthday with the cake, fuck it up, then let me eat it

Shakespeare it’s not.

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Dodged that bullet


Looks like NZ dodged a bullet when we rejected wife beater Chris Brown’s visa application.

Las Vegas police are investigating an allegation of battery against R&B singer Chris Brown.

Lieutenant Jeff Goodwin says authorities received a call shortly before 10.30am on Saturday (Nevada time) about the alleged battery at the Palms Casino Resort.   Read more »


Bro Bish Brian bashful ’bout babe bashing Brown


Bish Brian wants Chris Brown to come to New Zealand so he can tell his congregation how he’s overcome his babe bashing ways.

Tamaki joins the likes of Dame Tariana Turia and Tainui leaders in supporting Brown’s visit, believing he is a changed man who can help spread a positive message against domestic violence.

In a short video released to media (above), Tamaki refers to Brown’s offences as “so-called violence” and emphasises the need for accepting people’s mistakes.

“All of us make those mistakes – and with Chris Brown, I believe he should be given the opportunity to prove that he has reformed or begun the process [of reform],” says Tamaki.

“We talk about reforming people’s lives – especially from this type of domestic violence. How can they get an opportunity to believe that they can change to be better people if society continually berates them and shuts the door on them.

“I am one here now that supports the actual fact of Chris Brown coming. After all, we’ve got nothing to lose – except that maybe it could turn out to be the right choice; and that he does prove that he can do it.”

“so-called” violence eh?   Just like you are a “so-called” man of God, I suppose?   Read more »

I’m with Heather

Heather du Plessis-Allan-Soper has come out against Chris ‘Basher’ Brown and his fists of fury.

This is how things should have gone after Chris Brown beat up his girlfriend, Rihanna. He should have said he was sorry immediately.

He should have said it in every interview he could do, on every social media platform, before every concert. He should have done it for years. He should have done his jail time, gone to counselling and joined an anti-violence campaign.

But most importantly he should never have hit anyone ever again.

There’s your problem. He has hit someone again. Quite a few times.

That’s the first reason Chris Brown doesn’t deserve a ticket into New Zealand.

Those images of what he did to Rihanna’s face – leaving her looking like a boxer after a fight – are from 2009. Since then he hasn’t retired his fists.

Fortunately, he didn’t bust anyone’s face when he trashed his dressing room at Good Morning America in 2011.    Read more »

Maoridom rises in support of woman basher

It beggars belief that Maori are lining up to support a wife beater.

Dame Tariana Turia will support Chris Brown’s visa application.

The former leader of the Maori Party will write a letter of recommendation to go alongside Brown’s long-awaited application for a special direction visa.

The singer, booked to play Vector Arena in December, is technically barred from entering New Zealand, as he has been banned from other countries.

He will need to apply for a special direction in order to enter the country. That application is still to be received.

Dame Tariana, who has worked to reduce domestic violence for decades, believed Brown would speak on his past while in New Zealand , prompting his young fans to think seriously about domestic violence.

“Give him the opportunity to come and engage our young people, who want him to come.”

She said the millions of dollars spent on family violence awareness did not often get through to youth. An immensely popular star might.

“I think that Chris Brown is someone who young people can relate to. […] I know some young people who number one would love to see him sing but would also love the opportunity to hear his views on this issue.”

Dame Tariana said she was approached about a week ago. She has not talked to Brown himself, but believes that he has atoned.

“I took some time to think about it. I decided it can only be good. I think all of us learn from our behaviours, good and bad. And it is a fact that he committed an offence, one that I feel quite strongly about. However I also believe in forgiveness, in redemption.”

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Face of the day

Today’s face of the day has made an issue that has nothing to do with race about race. We have a law and that law applies to all, no matter how rich, famous, black, brown, olive, pink or white they are. Since she raised the issue of race in relation to this issue it is only fair to ask: Would she be even remotely interested in Chris Brown as a role model if he wasn’t well…brown?

“Dame Tariana hoped that the wider pushback was not racially motivated, but it wouldn’t surprise her.”

Dame Tariana, who has worked to reduce domestic violence for decades, believed Brown would speak on his past while in New Zealand , prompting his young fans to think seriously about domestic violence.

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Same goes for senior Nat office holders



Judith Collins was yesterday rather blunt about scumbag wife beaters.

National MP Judith Collins has declared in no uncertain terms that R&B star Chris Brown is not welcome in New Zealand, and can “bugger off”.

Brown has not yet obtained the special visa he will need to perform in New Zealand in December – he is technically barred from visiting after being convicted of felony assault in 2009 after he viciously attacked then-girlfriend Rihanna.   Read more »

Turns out Raglan is hippy central

Apparently Kiwis use more of the world’s resources than anyone else…and that is supposedly bad according to the hippies who have compiled some silly research.

But also in their “findings” it seems Raglan really is full of hippies:

Photo: Alan Gibson

Photo: Alan Gibson

They might like being richer, smarter, more fashionable, influential, beautiful and higher up the career ladder – but the “North Shore” type finishes last in the sustainability stakes.  Read more »

Maybe he could stand for National?

Chris Brown beat his missus. He is a wifebeating scumbag.

If you were to take the entertainment media as gospel – and many do – you could be forgiven for thinking the R&B singer Chris Brown was the only star ever to have assaulted a woman.

Brown pleaded guilty to felony assault in 2009 after an altercation that left his then girlfriend, R&B star Rihanna, with significant injuries.

Since then, it has become de rigueur to remind people that “Chris Brown beats women”. A local review of his new album, Fortune, with the rating “no stars ever” and the assertion: “Screw you, don’t encourage his actions”, went viral online. A group of guerilla activists in Britain this week began attaching stickers to his albums that read “Warning: Do not buy this album! This man beats women.” Such is the level of saturation online that an app, Brownout, can now remove all mentions of the singer from your web browsing experience.

So the entertainment industry have higher standards than the National Party?