Dame Susan Devoy

Susan Devoy, that “deceitful, fascist wench has to go”

Olivia Pierson cuts loose on Devoy and her little make-work scheme.

I have noticed that the creed of multiculturalism has become a zealous religion in itself. It even has a central dogma: ‘all cultures are equal’.

Like hell they are.

As if a culture which promotes freedom for all women is equal to a culture which enslaves them and lops off their genitals, due to a religious mandate.

As if a culture which practices religious tolerance is equal to a culture which tortures or kills you if you don’t observe Allah’s laws, due to a religious mandate.

As if a culture which allows for the freedom of homosexuals to love whomever they please is equal to a culture which hurls them to their deaths from tall buildings, due to a religious mandate.

As if a culture which punishes paedophilia is equal to a culture which regularly marries little girls off to be raped daily by dirty old men, due to a religious mandate.

Don’t be sucked in by Dame Susan’s multicultural propaganda, which she peddles on behalf of the United Nations, who are ever more desperate to push migrating Muslims into Western lands. Read more »

Dear Dame Susan

A Whaleoil reader sent the following email yesterday to Race Relations Commissioner, Dame Susan Devoy after reading about what happened to the Auckland University European Student Association.

 

Dear Dame Susan,

It is not often I feel the need to send my thought onto someone in ” Public Office” but I am truly upset ( offended seems to be the PC term ) to your attitude towards the Auckland University – European Club.

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Who will decide what a hate crime is?

Dame Susan Devoy

 

Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy is calling for police to record hate crime statistics to combat racism.

“This is not something they collect when responding to callouts,” she said in a speech at the Holocaust remembrance service in Wellington this afternoon.

“Free speech is one thing, hate speech is another. These things don’t belong in my country, not in New Zealand.”

Devoy was speaking to those gathered for the annual United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day service at Makara Cemetery. Read more »

They are off on a Racism hunt

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Thanks to Susan Devoy’s website,  looking for racism and stirring up hostility between New Zealanders has become de rigueur. It has even inspired a New Zealand Herald journalist to write a piece entitled “Are New Zealanders becoming more racist?”

It is just like with “Islamophobia” where any criticism of the ideology is automatically labeled racist, bigoted and hateful. The theme seems to be that any criticism of immigration is rooted in racism, bigotry, and hate. There is no acknowledgment that there are legitimate and reasonable arguments about immigration that are based on facts and have nothing to do with an immigrant’s race.

Racism is dislike or hatred based on a belief that a person is inferior or of less value than another race. If I envy you or are jealous of your success that is envy and jealousy, not racism. I envy you because of what you have that I don’t. I don’t envy you because I think that you are inferior to me because of your race. Equally, distrusting a person because their values and beliefs are incompatible with your own is not racism as it is the values and beliefs that make you distrustful not the colour of their skin. If I know that you belong to group that supports killing cats for sport and I am a cat lover it is going to influence how I view you but that has nothing to do with Racism.

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim community lead multi-faith peace talks

Pete and I visited New Zealand’s largest mosque which belongs to the Ahmadiyya Muslim community April this year. They spoke of their commitment to peace with all faiths. A recent meeting that they arranged in Auckland is a testimony to their actions matching their words.

I was interested to know if representatives from Sunni Islam and Shia Islam were at the meeting as most if not all of them do not recognise the Ahmadiyya community as being true Muslims. I sent an e-mail to one of the men I met at the Mosque and he kindly replied saying that, “the peace conference was attended by other Muslim members as well.”

The Ahmadiyya community needs to be recognised for their commitment to peace between all religions. They have even written a book about it.

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We are very quick to condemn Muslim leaders for not speaking out after Islamic terrorist attacks and condemning the slaughter. We cannot condemn the Ahmadiyya Muslim community for lack of words or action. They represent Muslims in New Zealand who are accepting of those with different beliefs to themselves and who wholeheartedly condemn the slaughter of Muslims and non-Muslims alike. If New Zealand is to stay free of the terror and strife already rampant in Europe we must make the most of every advantage at our disposal. The Ahmadiyya Muslim community wants New Zealand to remain conflict and terrorism free as much as we non-Muslims do and they are doing their part to help keep it that way.

Faith leaders from several mainstream religions joined hands today to find ways to achieve lasting peace. The meeting in Auckland was arranged by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community New Zealand and was entitled, Justice: The Foundation for Lasting Peace.

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