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New Zealand loosens restrictions against Middle Eastern and African refugees

First, disarm all the real men.
Then, invite the noble savage in.

“Amid growing pressure”, (from whom?)  Cindy on Friday abolished a policy that restricted refugees from the Middle East and Africa, The New York Times reports.

The decade-old rule had been set in place by National and had long been  viewed by refugee advocates as discriminatory.

Fuck the “refugee advocates!”

DigNap15
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DigNap15

Yes, but what can we do.
It seems that Winston allowed this.
I’m going to email, Golriz, Ardern Sleaze Galloway

DifferentPerspective
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DifferentPerspective

Whilst I admire your faith in our politicians, what is emailing those dishonest liars going to achieve. They do not believe in democracy or the will of the people, they do not believe in listening or being accountable. They only believe in their ideology and the best interests of NZers does not register in that regard.

Which leads to the real problem, the utter absence of a differentiated opposition. Soimon being appointed leader of Labour Lite National was the same as driving a giant rusty spike through our democracy. He believes in Climate Change. He believes in diversity. He believes in faux gender equity. He believes in the treaty process. He is a globalist. He believes in migration.

He is the same pig, just without the lipstick and the head scarf.

At least ScoMo in Aus is anti all the fucking nonsense. National is just another globalist, progressive party who will sacrifice the well-being of the voters because we’re just stupid, racist little people who have to be told what’s best for them.

What a fucking mess! Our supposedly centre-right party are a bunch of progresive globalists. Our supposedly moderate centre-left party is largely marxist. Our nationalist party is propping up a globalist, anti-democratic cabal intent on destroying and denigrating our culture. Our libertarian party is run by a schoolboy who can’t focus on more than one or two issues at a time.

Small wonder there is a mass loss of faith in voting. Democracy is dead in the post truth world. We’re living in the ruins of the once great western civilization.

waikatogirl
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waikatogirl

Charity begins at home. Look after NZ’ers before attempting to fix the world. Why are our politicians hell bent on bringing in more and more who require total support when we can’t deal with our own problems.
– homeless
– feckless
– addicted
– mental health
– hospitals
– Pharmac
– roading
– infrastructure

Pascal
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Pascal

Exactly, we have 13,000 people on the waiting list for housing and the governments answer is to admit 75,000 more.

Mike Hunt
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Mike Hunt

The UN. They are mainly to blame along with that skank masquerading as our prime minister, helen clark, winston peters and those motherfuckers in the msm. New Zealanders really do need to wake up and take a look around. We should be marching in the streets. I have often thought about coming back to NZ and purchasing a yellow vest. Park my arse outside parliament buildings and just stand there with a placard. Eventually, Id get noticed and barely sober and co, spotting a possible agitator, would be all over me like a cheap suit. Instant media coverage. I wouldn’t say a word, just stand there with me placard. Hopefully, it could be the start of something. Who remembers Tania Harris? She organised a protest march back in 1981..’Kiwis care’. She got a massive turnout of people. Why not?

Rachael Membery
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Rachael Membery

Sounds like we need overseas aid.

Ross12
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Ross12

If you (the world) are going to anything for the Africans, in particular, then build 20+ coal fired power stations to give them cheap electricity. Cheap energy is the best way to give them a “leg up”.

waikatogirl
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waikatogirl

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPkr9HmglG0

– movie trailer

Excellent film.

Rachael Membery
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Rachael Membery

And contraception, including money for vasectomies.

Pete
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Pete

Not sure why I need to give cheap energy to Africa when I feel screwed by energy costs here on a monthly basis. I do not think Megan Woods fluffing about telling power companies is going to reduce the impact of our monthly costs. At present her plan to remove the prompt payment discount is not understood as beneficial by me. Africa needs to sort out their own salvation. Us bringing a few here will not do anything for either country.

Our leaders are just not connected to the daily reality I am seeing.

Rachael Membery
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Rachael Membery

Real men?

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