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  1. Re the cartoon; No he won’t!

    In fact the anti-white hetrosexual-male-crowd want you to believe that the enemy is exactly what you have pictured.

    Therefore you will miss the fact that the anti-white-hetrosexual-male crowd looks exactly like a certain South Pacific politician (and accidental Prime Minister), white(ish usually), ugly (in every sense) and able to pretend to be human while in fact being far below that level of attainment.

    These sub-humans are sneaking into human society with the simple plan of destroying that society from within.

    Fooling blog owners into representing them as lesser males is just one insidious tactic they employ.

    Another tactic is to put up supposedly attractive spokespeople – they’re not as anyone with the patience to wait the 1/10 of a second before they open their mouths can attest.

    Recognise and resist them – for your own health and wellbeing. (I stole that last word from the sub-humans 😉 )

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    • Much of this is down to inadequate men (as in the poster above) trying to impress women so they can find a mate, and believe it will work with this “empathetic” behaviour. Sadly for inadequate men most women find this pandering behaviour not empathetic just pathetic.

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  2. Good morning stupidboy bloggers. I have made it back with a zinger for your list of things Keys did. The biggie is the waste of $26 million, yes $26, 000,000, on his stupid flag referendum. Had youse forgotten that. Oh dear never mind.

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    • What a dumbarse thing to say.
      What was the first thing out of Cindies gob when she became (YOUR, NOT MINE) PM? “The next year is on me”
      $1 billion, yes $1,000,000,000, on you and fuckwits like you free uni for a year.
      I want my money back if you are an example of what it is spent on.

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      • But that was only the start of the wastage after abolishing tax cuts for 1.3 million tax payers to repace with their Families package that committed $5.5 billion. Few will have forgotten it was targeted at 384,000 as this figure was repeated constantly i and outside the House giving that magical number $75 per week more.
        The majority were staggered to hear that hardship grants and accommodation supplements were requested by 385,000 by those feeling the unintended consequences. Those nasty constant effects of COL policy that they only notice in hindsight.
        Then the irony of the Septic one claiming the possibility of same unintended consequences limiting their uptake of the extensive recommendations made by the Welfare System working group. How convenient but confirmation that they do know they occur but still have no idea HOW they happen from actions based on policy trade offs and “feelz”. LOL

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    • Why was it wasted? lol Took you a while to come up with that. A flag change was a Labour party want, they just threw their toys out of the cot because it wasn’t on their watch and they didn’t like the very democratic process that Key undertook, with a referendum and public input ,which is why it cost so much money. So actually it is the Labour party that wasted that money because they didn’t support democracy.

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    • Silly filly, the $26m for a flag referendum ?? (that Labour wanted to change themselves) is a mere drop in the bottom of the $11 billion dollar fiscal hole Grant has discovered is real. The deficit Stephen Joyce predicted Labour, NZF and the Greens would cause is well underway to becoming even more enormous and debilitating to the NZ economy. Grant has a plan though. His and Cindy’s “well being” budget will be announced with great fanfare on 30 May, and then Grant will get down to work to implement his scheme to increase his grasping of hard earned tax from the mouths of productive taxpayers.

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      • $40mil that Angry Little has wasted on Pike river mine, that was only going up the drift to the rockfall!

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        • Just think of the poverty, nurses, operations, teachers that the money could have helped!

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          • Or how they might have better helped the people of the West Coast by finishing as well as equipping the new Grey Hospital to finally get up and running. Meanwhile expect the $40 million to balloon again after they wipe the egg off their face. Groundwork for more funding has been laid by already trying to blame faulty sensing for the latest delay.
            Funny the engagement announcement was held in reserve to use as another distraction when more problems surface. Seemed to have created a panic in the Media party as they rushed to promote it with old file pictures.

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        • And which he has finally admitted might never happen. So much for all the money then. The flag money at least might have actually resulted in something tangible.

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    • Klarkula, when she was fuehrer, gave $80 000 000 to the ‘arts’ in NZ. 80 fucking million!!!
      Oh yeah, how much has been wasted on Pike River 2 so far?
      Crawl back under ya rock fairydust.

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  3. Why is it Labour loons the world over are such liars? And not only liars, but such incredibly bad liars. The new mayor of ‘North of Tyne’ – trying to avoid saying he’s a Remainer …

    https://twitter.com/LeaveEUOfficial/status/1124631512513699841

    FFS!

    And just a reminder about our lyin’ leader …. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=pPJ1MO-kT0g

    And finally, our nation is JEPRADISED because our PM (yes the great communicator – that one) can’t pronounce relatively common place words … https://twitter.com/MAGA_NightShift/status/1124256266518294529

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  4. I commented yesterday about people unhappy with what National is doing to join National. Unfortunately, I had to go out for the rest of the day, I noted Stars and Stripes comment about the need for a new party. I do not know if anyone has heard of Olivia Pierson. She was on Leighton Smith’s podcast a couple of weeks ago. She suggested the same thing. There is no way any new group ever reach 5%.

    Aside, from joining National the only other option is the New Conservatives or ACT. I was with National when Don Brash was the leader but resigned and joined ACT after Key rolled him. I was most unhappy over the anti-smacking law. ACT was a mix of conservatives and libertarians. Seymour was the latter and caused the conservative members to leave. That is why I will not join ACT. Others here who are libertarian may suit ACT. I have a lot of time for the New Conservatives. However, the only way they will get in parliament is with National’s help.

    My point is that the only way to make any difference is to become an active member of a political party. Tim Macindoe is hosting a public event on Friday at 10:15 in Hamilton. The guest speaker will be Sir Anand Satyanand. Is anyone in the Waikato interested in going?

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    • You were with National when Brash failed to win an unloseable (except for Brash) election.

      You the jumped ship to ACT when John Key, the most popular NZ leader of all time, took over.

      Notably your mate Brash then jumped ship to ACT and fucking destroyed it. Only now is Mr Seymour managing to get it moving again.

      You, of course, then jumped ship again and help Winston select the harridan.

      You now pollute a failing and floundering National again and it’s started heading downhill again.

      Leaving aside the obvious fact that you are a political gadfly and jinx only one question remains: How can you seriously expect even one person to take you seriously?

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      • You have a different take on history than I do. National was just over 20% when English lost. Brash took it to over 40%. He was and is a man of principle. That does not mean I agree with all his views. Please tell me what you are going to do to effect change besides being negative on a blog.

        As far as one person taking me seriously I was a delegate at the Hamilton conference and spoke my mind. I expect I will still be a delegate at AGM in Christchurch this July.

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        • Chuck, I’m being positive on a blog, including positively stating the fact that had National had a real leader in 2005 National would have polled above it’s natural 40% and NZ would not have had to endure a further three years of Klarkula.

          I’m also positive had outright fuckwits not voted Winston last election “to teach National a lesson” NZ would not now be being dragged down (if not destroyed internationally) by the Winston-selected harridan

          You’re not seriously trying to pretend your polluting of the lefty outfit (the National party) is positive. Your history suggests exactly the reverse.

          Now you’re stating you’re going to pollute Christchurch.

          Christ, haven’t we been through enough?

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          • So your great contribution is commenting on a blog. You are so smart you must be pretty rich. What are you doing besides commenting on a blog? It sounds like you have not joined any political party. Going to conventions costs money especially if it involves travel and hotel costs. I was definitely going to contribute financially before 15 March. I have put that on hold till I see how they perform.

            If you do not think National has the right MPs or Board members why not join and have your say? Do you think you could be nominated as a voting delegate?

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          • Are you really that much of a cunt to call voters who think with different views than you fuckwits, I see that in you, your no better than a lefty who think their way is the only way.
            maybe National voters who did vote NZ first could see that there is not much between blue and red, Your all talking that National has to change, maybe it will happen while they suck it up on the opposition benches.

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        • Doesn’t matter. You are responsible for Jacinda Ardern being our PM and all the shit Labour is doing to our country. Not by yourself, but you helped elect her. I can’t personally give credence to anything you say.

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    • David Moffett has launched the “New NZ Party” sadly, I think his timing is off. While things are bad here, they’re not bad enough to trigger the groundswell that caused the Trump landslide, or the Brexit party earthquake.

      MMP is killing democracy in NZ, to make a minority party into the kingmaker is just insanity. But we haven’t had a betrayal big enough to reach that trigger point, the migration pact might have done it but the sad events of 15 March, supported by the MSM cultural jihad, made that a no-go topic.

      And we as a nation, are so benign and sheltered, that we’re going to have to be burned alive in the streets before the trigger point is reached. But National is not the way, the wasted Key years, the introduction of MMP, the RMA, UNSC 2334, Bridges as leader – they’re the biggest part of the problem.

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      • DP, David Moffett has joined the board of the New Conservative Party. He is doing something constructive. I believe for National to get into power that they will need another party besides ACT.

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        • National refuse to accept that they will not gain the treasury benches unless they have support of another party.
          That is the way of MMP.
          If they try and manipulate another party on to the scene ,people will see through it eg the blue greens.
          They should acknowledge that the New Conservatives (who have policies that used to be more like National) are the best way to go and with the likes of Moffet involved are the best option under the current system.
          They need to realise there are many voters out there looking for a centre /centre right option that left leaning National are not providing.
          I would suggest the first move for National would be to get rid of Goodfellow.

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          • “National refuse to accept that they will not gain the treasury benches unless they have support of another party.”

            National are well aware of the New Conservative Party. If the NC were regularly polling above 1% I am sure National would be talking to them. It is important that people who want to get rid of this communist led government join or financially support National, NC or ACT and preferable do both. I know National will welcome members who are critical of what they are doing at present. There are obviously MPs who are not happy with the direction of the party but people have respect that people have different views.

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            • All the New Conservatives are going to do is take votes from the hard right rump of National. Even the Catholic mafia, who have always used the Nats as their sock puppets, are bright enough to know that not one extra vote will be attracted from the centre by having a bunch of religious reactionaries exerting pressure from the right.

              Forget the conservatives & the Godaddled in the same manner as the Greens & Labour hide their extreme commies away from the voting public.

              The swinging centre decide elections. When National remember this we may see them back on the Treasury benches.

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          • “get rid of Goodfellow” can I get a “Hallelujah” for that?

            Absolutely on the money wiseowl.

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        • And it helps nada when another party doesn’t have an electoral seat and has to pillage votes off National. A sensible, blue green party with a strong environmental policy that has National’s support MAY pillage votes off the social engineering Greens, but beyond that?

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      • I like the look of the New Conservatives and what they are saying. I also like what David Moffett has said over the last 6 months or so – we just need to hear more from him.

        They could well get my vote at the next election if they keep it up.

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  5. A burglar armed with a knife broke into a house, encountering a man and a woman. The intruder threatened them, tied up the woman and demanded money and valuables.
    ‘Take what you want, sobbed the man, just untie her and let her go !’
    ‘Wow, you must really love your wife !’ exclaimed the intruder.
    The man replied, ‘This is my neighbour’s wife, mine will be here any minute !’

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  6. I see the conveyor belt in the Pike Mine has been ruled out as the cause of the second explosion.

    It was a gassy dangerous mine and not the first on the coast to blow its top.

    Was Andrew Little one of the people that previously gave the mine the thumbs up for being safe ?

    May I recommend the “Pike River Royal Commission” as essential reading.

    Some of the most vocal critics of what Management did or did not do should hang their heads in shame.

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  7. Whanau ora group says government needs to responsible to Māori while overhauling welfare
    https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/388478/whanau-ora-group-says-government-needs-to-responsible-to-maori-while-overhauling-welfare
    “It also recommends the government supports the ministry to continue to shift towards whakamana tāngata.
    That is, to build the mana of others and uplift them in a way that honours their dignity and to work with Māori to consider other effective ways of delivering welfare services and funding that are informed by te ao Māori, including longer-term, whānau-centred, strengths-based initiatives”.

    Yes well all I can say in response to that word salad of complete bullshit is that you can wrap it up however you want but there is no dignity in welfare end of story.
    The only way to find dignity is to get off your useless arse and start contributing to society via employment which for many people just seems to much effort.
    Having people constantly apologising for your hopelessness just legitimises these people unfortunately.

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    • S and S.
      Did you listen to Peter Williams last week when he had the Maori Council rep on?

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    • They can all fuck off. Bludging maoris. Fuck this Treaty of Waitangi and all of its one-sidedness. Its been nothing but a giant pain in the arse for the rest of New Zealand, especially since that weasle like prick Palmer got his sticky little hands on it and re-jigged it.

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      • Decades of observation have convinced me that were the Maoris to be put in charge, New Zealand would immediately plunge from the top to the bottom of the International Corruption Index table, and very soon afterwards become an utter economic basket case.

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  8. The headline TV1 News reads:

    Welfare overhaul: ‘Walking into WINZ is a humiliating and hostile environment’

    I hope it’s true!

    Walking into WINZ should be humiliating. When you walk in to WINZ as a customer you are admitting you have failed, you cannot survive in life without charity.

    As a (very reluctant) taxpayer I expect every cent of my stolen money to go where it’s needed and I have every right to expect the beneficiary of my largess, enforced though that largess is, to be both grateful and embarrassed enough to do their level best not to need further charity.

    To rephrase: I expect all the useless bastards to get off their fat, lazy arses and at least try to help themselves (to other than their neighbours’ hard earned possessions) before they get more of my sweat.

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    • Yeah walking into the local gang pad is a hostile and humiliating environment as well that’s why I don’t go there.
      Get a job and you will probably never have to go anywhere near the social welfare office till you reach the magical 65.
      Fifty odd years of humiliation and hostility avoided.

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  9. The world really has changed!

    A headline on Bing: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby could have been conceived on her BIRTHDAY

    Usually it’s the fellow’s birthday when he gets lucky.

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    • My friends and I in the earlier days when money was tight called sex on our birthdays “the cheap and meaningful”? ?

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  10. ‘Desperate need’ for Christchurch multicultural hub in wake of terror attacks
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/112443773/desperate-need-for-christchurch-multicultural-hub-in-wake-of-terror-attacks
    “Leaders of Christchurch’s ethnic communities have called on the city council to help fund a new $2.5m multicultural centre, saying it is needed more than ever in the wake of the March 15 terror attack.
    The hub, planned as part of the $20.5 million redevelopment of Hagley Community College, will be the first of its kind in New Zealand and a centre for the “exchange of cultural ideas”.
    The design includes a large cultural room, a meeting space, a central “street” to encourage people to meet casually as if at a market, and a communal kitchen and eating area.”

    So now the demands for more money grow louder using the killings as a guilt tool.
    $2.5m for a large cultural room and kitchen where we can all “exchange cultural ideas” while cooking a curry sounds heart warming doesn’t it.
    Wonder if the concept of Fit In Or Fuck Off would be classed as exchanging a cultural idea.

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    • And it won’t be a “multi”-cultural centre at all, let’s be clear. It wil be a Muslim cultural centre – and just more bludgers sucking the ratepayer tit dry.

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        • Fuck off and dont come her ein the first place.
          We don’t want to be a multicultural shithole county

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  11. Hobsons Pledge being pestered by the human rights commissario .
    From their latest release.

    “Thank you for the support that has flooded in since Wednesday when the New Zealand Maori Council called for an investigation into Hobson’s Pledge by the Human Rights Commission.

    Since the invective-ridden media release from the Maori Council announcing the call included a number of our alleged misdeeds, we thought it timely to recap what we have actually done since we were established in September 2016.

    We campaigned:

    For a new Government in 2017 that would repeal race-based laws and scrap separate Maori electorates;
    Against Maori wards in Palmerston North, Manawatu, Western Bay of Plenty, Whakatane, and Kaikoura;
    Against the establishment of a Crown-Maori partnership ministry;
    Against the Canterbury Regional Council (Ngai Tahu Representation) Bill; and
    Against unelected tribal appointees with full voting rights on Hastings District Council committees.
    We are currently campaigning:

    Against the Government giving away the entire marine and coastal area of New Zealand to tribal groups; and
    Against implementing, in New Zealand, the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (a document which, as we explained last week, Helen Clark’s Government refused to sign, which John Key’s Government, to its lasting shame, did sign, and which the current Minister of Maori Affairs, Nanaia Mahuta, now proposes to implement).
    We got a new Government in 2017 but that new Government prefers to increase race-based law and is doing so with less coherence than previous Governments.

    The citizens of Palmerston North, Manawatu, Western Bay of Plenty, Whakatane, and Kaikoura got to vote on Maori wards and voted against them overwhelmingly.

    A Crown-Maori partnership ministry has been set up, a victory for virtue-signalling over sound policy, and despite there being not the slightest word about partnership in the Treaty of Waitangi (in any version of the Treaty).

    The Canterbury Regional Council failed to get voting tribal appointees because the Bill was dropped, but the Hastings District Council did get them on its four standing committees, even though the mayor and five of its 14 councillors have Maori ancestry.

    For nearly three years we have been calling out the bare-faced rorting that is going on in the name of “the Treaty” and “Maori disadvantage” and the Maori Council wants to shut us down.

    While collecting signatures for the five petitions against Maori wards we found that:

    Many Maori don’t support race-based policy, something amply confirmed by the fact that almost half of all Maori New Zealanders have chosen not to be on the Maori Parliamentary roll.
    The message that political rights should be based on citizenship not ethnicity resonates with hundreds of thousands of new migrants.
    What politicians say and do is out of step with what most people want. This confirmed our own polling, which showed that over 90% of all New Zealanders want us all to have equal political rights.
    In the wake of the dreadful Christchurch mosque killings, we saw how quickly the narrative shifted to Maori issues and knew it wouldn’t be long before we would be in the frame. Just days after 15 March, Don was interviewed on Radio Waatea with the interviewer assuming that Hobson’s Pledge would have to change its narrative in the light of that awful event. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth.

    We thank you all for your support, and expect to be here for a long time yet.”

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    • If you listened carefully to the Chairman of the Maori Council when he was on with Peter Williams you would be alarmed at his attitude .
      He was arrogant and skirted around every question put to him.He did not accept that legislation such as Mike has alluded to, was race based .
      I am sure Hobsons Pledge will be analysing what he said.

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      • Good to get theses things on record, is that what they call ‘casual racism’?

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        • No he meant every word he did not say!
          Expert in saying lots, but meaning nothing!
          What he meant was give us all your money.
          Because we are special!

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  12. From the RadioNZ site

    Student creates app to help teachers pronounce names properly

    An excellent idea and project but I do have one question:

    Will this “ap” help people pronounce English and English names correctly or is it (as I suspect) just another racist project aimed at benefiting those of a foreign bent?

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  13. Jacinduh, is going to wear a spare wheel cover on her head, in support of all the road deaths lately!

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  14. There is an island out by the ak airport that got quarried for the runway extensions, which is going to be rebuilt with biosoilds from the waste treatment plant there. Watercare reckon 44 million ton to do the job. Maori are been paid $2 per ton and get a rebuilt island out of the deal at no cost!

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  15. If you are over 40 it’s no longer considered masturbation……

    ……..it’s called a systems check.

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    • the “better” countries are free, tolerant and open. welcoming, enabling people to practice their religion.” and at every step she keeps closing every door and window that the interviewer tries to open, or fudge. … 🙂

      The “better” countries have better ‘pickings’, as those populations are naive.
      Not forgetting the free health care, free education, free housing, free living allowances, with for many no pay back, no taxes to pay.
      After all who pays taxes on crimes, drugs, scams, etc. …. then the penalties barely exist for so many times, and at the worst are a breeze with very comfortable rooms with all amenities, with 3 hots and a cot, with entertainment, gym, religious centres, all on tap.

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    • THE MUSLIMS ARE NOT HAPPY!
      They’re not happy in Gaza ..
      They’re not happy in Egypt ..
      They’re not happy in Libya ..
      They’re not happy in Morocco ..
      They’re not happy in Iran ..
      They’re not happy in Iraq ..
      They’re not happy in Yemen ..
      They’re not happy in Afghanistan ..
      They’re not happy in Pakistan ..
      They’re not happy in Syria ..
      They’re not happy in Lebanon ..

      SO, WHERE ARE THEY HAPPY?

      They’re happy in Australia .
      They’re happy in Canada .
      They’re happy in England ..
      They’re happy in France ..
      They’re happy in Italy ..
      They’re happy in Germany ..
      They’re happy in Sweden ..
      They’re happy in the USA ..
      They’re happy in Norway ..
      They’re happy in Holland .
      They’re happy in Denmark .

      Basically, they’re happy in every country that is not Muslim and unhappy in every country that is!

      AND WHO DO THEY BLAME?
      Not Islam.
      Not their leadership.
      Not themselves.

      THEY BLAME THE COUNTRIES THEY ARE HAPPY IN!
      AND THEN;
      They want to change those countries to be like…. THE COUNTRY THEY CAME FROM WHERE THEY WERE UNHAPPY!

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    • Thanks Viking. Good short sharp taster of 2m 25 seconds.
      For the full interview, 28m 02 seconds with the same participants. 🙂

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  16. List of 23 countries that declared and did not sign the UN Migration Pact.
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    Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Switzerland, United States.

    However it seems that putting it bluntly 41 could not care a less. 🙂

    It is actually difficult to google the list of Non signatories of the UN Migration Pact, as there seems to be no list, and is divided up by 24 did not vote, 12 abstentions and 5 Against, votes, and of course the ‘skite’ of 152 being in favour.
    Just how many of those signatory countries would be exacerbators in sending out migrants, benefiting in money being returned in remittances.

    Now deemed binding by Germany’s Merkel, and if she can on all of Europe’s non signatories, and lever the rest of the world for it to be binding.

    Belgium’s government minority government up for election at the end of the month now being a minority government when one coalition partner pulled out after the signing of the UN migration Pact.
    It may have enough Greens, Socialists, even Communists, that may hold the fort.

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  17. It is difficult to get a list of how it worked out for the UN Migration Pact.
    23 countries that declared that they will not sign .
    Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Switzerland, United States.

    152 in Favour: 5 Against: 12 Abstained: 24 Did not vote.
    A total of 41 that did not want to be involved.

    Of that 152 countries in favour, just how many would be receiving free flowing migrants?
    More to the point, how many would be sending out emigrants?

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    • Sorry for what seems like a double post as after hitting “Post Comment” it did not show, so as I had done the work, and still sort of fresh in mind and with frustration did another write up, and posted to oblivion 🙂 then dawned on me to check by refreshing.
      Was going to reply to support Viking, good video, but too late now. So Good night now. 🙂

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  18. Some interesting polls from Australia. with some interesting answers on immigration.

    Australia is a country that accepts gay couples, hates the big banks, considers second-generation migrants “Australian”, but the majority feel negatively towards Islam. …..
    51% of Australians had unfavourable sentiments towards Islam, and only 10% looked upon the religion positively, making Australia more negative than 17 of the other 22 countries surveyed. …..
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/04/australians-accepting-of-migrants-but-negative-towards-islam-poll-finds

    Interesting as although some may be accused of “islamophobia” and so being “anti immigrant” as is the way of the left; this shows that it is not true.
    As many know, the ideology of islam is supremacist, using the ratchets of religiosity, multi-culture, political correctness, and racism, to gain dominance for its intolerance.

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