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Is Bongo Bongo-Land next to Wogistan?

Perhaps Richard Prosser and Godfrey Bloom might like to check each other’s atlas in order to see if Bongo Bongo Land is near to Wogistan.

Godfrey Bloom, a UK Independence Party MEP who referred to “bongo bongo land”, has responded to claims that his comments were offensive by repeating his original remarks and claiming that he is prepared to apologise to the ambassador of the fictional country.

Mr Bloom was filmed at a meeting of supporters in the West Midlands saying those who received aid spent the money on “Ray-Ban sunglasses, apartments in Paris, Ferraris and all the rest of it”.

The video, obtained by the Guardian, also shows Mr Bloom railing against the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for ruling that full life sentences could not be handed down.

A Ukip spokesman has said they have asked Mr Bloom not to use that sort of language again.  Read more »

Maybe Prosser wants all the 1080 for the Wogistanis?

Wogistani hater, Reiki Master and advocate of natural health and ‘complementary therapies’ Richard Prosser steps outside his area of expertise (more on that later)  to cough up a call for change but less forthcoming with any credible ideas like all the rest of the hippies and uninformed whingers whose knee jerk reaction is to scream “BAN 1080” at every given opportunity like the blinkered fools they are.

The 1080 debate has re-ignited with renewed calls for aerial drops to be banned.

Last week, Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Jan Wright said there should actually be an increase in the use of the poison on Department of Conservation land.

She thinks it is the best way to combat rats, stoats and possums on a large scale.

But New Zealand First outdoor recreation spokesman Richard Prosser says we need to look for alternatives, as 1080 kills indiscriminately. Read more »

Wogistanis can stay, but Coconuts have to go

Excuse me for taking delight at NZ First tying themselves into racism knots over this one

via NZ Herald

via NZ Herald

New Zealand First says it will alter a sign promoting a fundraising stall after complaints its offer of a “chance to unseat a coconut” had racist undertones.

The sign has appeared at NZ First’s coconut shy at the annual Kumeu show for a number of years.

However, hard on the heels of NZ First MP Richard Prosser’s anti Muslim outburst in Investigate magazine, the sign at the coconut shy at last weekend’s show prompted a number of visitors to send photographs to the Herald.

That is the problem if you let a little bit of public opinion change your direction.  Public opinions come from a number of angles over time, so eventually you find yourself in a position where you can’t please anyone.   Read more »

Winston’s own Muslim Problem

Winston Peters has failed to condemn Richard Prosser’s attack on Wogistan and Wogistanis. He has been very quiet on the whole issue, perhaps not wishing someone to dig up his own comments on Wogistanis.

Like this article by Jeremy Hall and Robert G Patman in 2005 in the Asia Times:

A combination of charisma, doggedness and a keen sense of political opportunism has helped make Peters one of New Zealand’s great political survivors. Over the last decade, Peters has often used emotive rhetoric during election campaigns to champion anti-immigration and trade-protection causes. Earlier this year, for example, he accused New Zealand’s law-abiding Muslim minority of “having two faces – a moderate face and a militant underbelly”.  Read more »

Richard Prosser has every right to feel aggrieved about his knife being taken, but why blame Wogistanis?

GENE BLYTHE / AP

GENE BLYTHE / AP

Joan Lowy at Time reports

Airline passengers will be able to carry small knives, souvenir baseball bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes beginning next month under a policy change announced Tuesday by the head of the Transportation Security Administration.

The new policy conforms U.S. security standards to international standards, and allows TSA to concentrate its energies on more serious safety threats, the agency said in a statement.

Nice to see some common sense returning to this area, although there is still a huge shortage of it.  Anyone who really wants to bring a binary liquid or a sharpened plastic “knife” onto a plane really isn’t going to be stopped by the current measures.  But we already know that.   Read more »

Is this why Winston Peters won’t condemn Prosser’s comments on Wogistanis?

Winston Peters is a slimy weasel at the best of times.

Ever since Richard Prosser started his jihad on Wogistanis his leader Winston Peters has weaselled around the issue.

This video, posted by Dannews perhaps goes some way to explaining why Winston Peters finds it difficult condemn Richard Prosser.

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UN has the sh*ts with Prosser

There are too many Wogistanis at the UN for him to get away with his comments.

The Government will seriously consider a United Nations condemnation of NZ First MP Richard Prosser’s anti-Muslim comments, Justice and Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins says.

The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination issued a report on New Zealand’s progress at tackling racial discrimination and inequality.  Read more »

More Wogistanis doing stuff to piss off Prosser

To quote Darryl Kerrigan, what is it with wogs? Here are more Wogistanis doing dodgy stuff in the UK. No wonder Richard Prosser is angry with Wogs.

A partner in a law firm has been jailed for a £20 million “industrial scale” immigration scam that saw about five sham marriages carried out a day over many years.

Tevfick Souleiman ran a “conveyor belt” of brides being flown in from eastern European countries, who would marry men they had never met from non-EU countries and be flown out the next day after being paid by the firm.  Read more »

This is exactly what Richard Prosser is trying to warn you about

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via christchurchstar.co.nz

Melanie Hall at the Telegraph reports

Muslim preacher urges followers to claim ‘Jihad Seeker’s Allowance’

Anjem Choudary was secretly filmed mocking non-Muslims for working in 9-5 jobs their whole lives, and told followers that some revered Islamic figures had only ever worked one or two days a year.

“The rest of the year they were busy with jihad [holy war] and things like that,” he said. “People will say, ‘Ah, but you are not working’.

“But the normal situation is for you to take money from the kuffar [non-believers].

“So we take Jihad Seeker’s Allowance. You need to get support.”

He went on to tell a 30-strong crowd: “We are going to take England — the Muslims are coming.”

If it’s happening in the UK, why would it not also be happening here?

Ridiculing the daily lives of UK workers, Choudary said: “You find people are busy working the whole of their life. They wake up at 7 o’clock. They go to work at 9 o’clock.

“They work for eight, nine hours a day. They come home at 7 o’clock, watch EastEnders, sleep, and they do that for 40 years of their life. That is called slavery.”   Read more »

Wog name but not a Wogistani at all, Xenophon detained in Malaysia

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon suggests if ...

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Australian senator Nick Xenophon has been detained in Malaysia as a ‘‘security threat’’ and is going to be deported…I know he has a wog name, but he doesn’t look like a Wogistani at all.

Perhaps Richard Prosser is soon to be announced head of  Malaysian Immigration Department.

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has been detained in Malaysia as a ‘‘security threat’’ and is to be deported back to Australia within hours.

Senator Xenophon, who has raised serious concerns about the probity of the upcoming Malaysian elections, was stopped by immigration officials this morning on his arrival at Kuala Lumpur airport and told he was on a “watchlist”.

Senator Xenophon was in Malaysia leading a bipartisan visit of Australian politicians for talks with the country’s opposition party about electoral systems. He has been highly critical of preparations for the election to be held later this year.

In particular, he’s pointed to serious concerns about the integrity of the country’s election rolls.