Schools are too white

Schools are too white, apparently. A newspaper attempts to explain. quote.

Quote:A Tongan Auckland high school student is issuing a plea to educators not to make her a “brown Palangi” – a brown-skinned person with European values.

Foloiola Finau, a Year 13 student at Kia Aroha College in ?tara, says education initiatives should aim not to “fix” M?ori and Pasifika students who are seen as “failures”, but to fix “the whiteness of our education system”.End of quote.

Note how saying “the brownness of our education system” would be racist. Quote.

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You can stick your ” Cultural appropriation” where the sun don’t shine

If you didn’t already know, “cultural appropriation” is one of the latest politically correct SJB buzz words to describe a European using something that was invented/created by a non-European culture. Basically, it is yet another way to criticise White people because if they use or wear something from a non-European culture they are told that they can’t because it is ” cultural appropriation” and it is raaaaasist.

Non-Europeans using European inventions, clothing, education systems, laws etc get a free pass because they are minorities and it is always okay when a minority does it.

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Peter Dunne’s “racist” outrage

Leaflets distributed around Wellington’s northern suburbs are full of “disgraceful, despicable racist bigotry”, and should be thrown in the bin, MP Peter Dunne says.

Pamphlets promoting a campaign named Rolling Thunder were distributed to homes in Dunne’s Ohariu electorate this week, bearing the slogans “no special representation of part-Maoris in local government” and “end the stranglehold that one minority group has over the culture and life of the nation”.

Dunne said it was the second pamphlet about Treaty of Waitangi issues that had been dropped in letterboxes in his electorate in recent days.

“I acknowledge the right to free speech,” he said. “But I am nonetheless outraged that this type of nasty, racist drivel is being circulated by some anonymous group.

Here we go again. ?It is not racist to want one law to apply to all citizens. ? We have an apartheid system in New Zealand with separate parliamentary rules, separate education and the dawn of separate law enforcement. ? It is valid to want that to be removed and have one law to apply to a New Zealand citizen without taking into account if their race is Maori or not.

Similarly, it is a valid position to feel that too many of a certain kind of immigrant is being allowed to settle here. ?To take it to the extreme, how about we let in four million Syrians? ?Would it be “racist” to want New Zealand to have a more balanced immigration policy? ?Of course not.

These are valid issues of concern to people in New Zealand, and for Peter Dunne to label these people as racists is intellectually lazy.


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The media has killed any kind of sensible discussion

We all know that 1Law4All is a group of people that are looking to remove any kind of mention of the Treaty in law. ? It posits that there are two classes of people in New Zealand: ?Maori, and non-Maori. ?And it is fairly hard to argue with that as we have a separate electoral roll, separate education and a slow push towards a separate legal system.

How this is Apartheid in South Africa, but natural justice and common sense in New Zealand is hard to explain.

So wanting a country with laws that apply to everyone equally, what sort of person would want that? ?Well, if you’re Kim Vinnel, the journo who wrote the opening sentence…

A political movement labelled by some as driven by extreme right-wing racism is upping the ante ahead of this year’s election.

A flyer drop promoting both an anti-separatist book and the 1Law4All Party has angered one Labour candidate…

Wanting a single law for all citizens is now?extreme right-wing racism.

Seriously, we have run out of words that make any sense.

So basically, when the indigenous people want one law for all it is just fine. ?If white people want one law for all it is extreme right-wing racism.

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You can have a Maori or Chinese or Pasifika student association but you better dare not have a European one

Auckland Universtiy has a Maori Students Association, a Pasifika Students Association, a Chinese Students Association and many other student associations including a Muslim Student Association.

But the creation of a European Student Association has caused outrage amongst the snowflakes and Susan Devoy who has said she will be watching this group very closely indeed.

The Race Relations Commissioner says she will “keep an eye on” a student club which is using symbols also used by white supremacist groups.

The European Students Association has been established at Auckland University and has some fearing it’s a white nationalist group.

The group will be included in next week’s orientation week, despite objections from students. The university has allowed the group to hold a stall and recruit members at the Clubs Expo. ? Read more »

Hooton on Little’s racist attack on the Maori party

Matthew Hooton thinks that Andrew Little’s attack on the?Maori party was racist:

[T]he Mana leader is unquestionably a genuine representative of a certain kaupapa of a minority within Maori society.? Equally undeniable is that the rival Maori Party gives voice to another genuine Maori worldview and mission, albeit one that is more positive and optimistic.? The temporary truce between the two parties indicates that both believe Parliament is richer that the other is represented, despite their differences.? They are almost certainly right.

Labour leader Andrew Little takes a contrary view.? In a Monday morning rant every bit as hate-fuelled as Mr Harawira at his worst, the failing Labour leader ? a white man from Wellington ? declared the Maori Party was hopeless, had achieved nothing for its people and was ?not kaupapa Maori.? He savaged Mr Harawira, who has been nothing if not consistent through his many decades as a radical activist, as ?all over the show.?

Mr Harawira was first out of the blocks, defending not just himself but also his Maori Party rivals. In an interview all the more devastating for its unusual restraint, Mr Harawira called Mr Little?s premeditated attack inappropriate and nasty, and declared that Maori did not need ?white guys like Andrew Little telling us what to do and what our aspirations should be.? ? Read more »

The racism of Black Lives Matter founder Yusra Khogali

You know they’ve lost the argument and the plot when they use racism to fight alleged racism.

Truth Revolt reports:

While the news media continue to either suggest or openly declare that President Trump and his administration are white supremacists, they ignore the blatant racism of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorist movement.

A BLM leader in Toronto recently posted on Facebook that white people are ?sub-human,? that blacks are “superhuman,” and that the white race could be wiped out “if we had the power to.”

Heat Street reports that Toronto BLM co-founder Yusra Khogali argued that black people are the superior race because white people possess ?genetic defects? that make them lesser humans.

?Whiteness is not humxness, in fact, white skin is sub-humxn,? she wrote, using the gender-inclusive “x” construction favored by identity politics fanatics. ?All phenotypes exist within the black family and white ppl are a genetic defect of blackness.? ? Read more »

Fix your racist, sexist toddler with this University workshop

A?Washington state college is offering a workshop to help teach parents how to nip their toddlers’ sexist, racist, and gender-normative behavior in the bud.

Evergreen College?s upcoming event, ?A is for Anti-Bias,? includes a presentation, handouts, group activities, and homework that will help you cure your children aged 3-6 of any attachment to reality that they might already have developed.

The class is taught by a grad student who, according to the event page, is ?engaged in education initiatives focused on inclusion and equity.? In other words, indoctrination in cultural Marxism.

The event is sponsored by an organization called ?Teaching for Change,? which holds workshops across the country to initiate a national conversation about toddler biases — yes, toddler biases. The group is working to craft ?an approach to early childhood education that sets forth values-based principles and methodology in support of respecting and embracing differences and acting against bias and unfairness.? Cut through the academic jargon there and what you have is an agenda for politicizing your children in the divisive, corrosive evil of identity politics.

Teaching for Change also offers plenty of at-home resources on their website to help inculcate a radical racial and sexual consciousness in your baby before he or she (or xe) even learns to spell. The younger, the better!

And of course, there is even a set of lesson plans to help parents teach your child how to build an active resistance to President Trump?s agenda.

This isn’t satire. ?It is real. ? Read more »


If you want to know who rules you ask yourself who you cannot criticise

The French are already well on the way to becoming a Muslim caliphate?as their harsh treatment of those who tell the truth about how Arab families raise their children is a strong indication that Muslims are already ruling them. In what has been called the French Inquisition or a jihad against the truth, a trial in France has been held to punish George Bensoussan who is a historian of Moroccan heritage. This is a man who has studied Moroccans and is an expert on their culture. Putting him on trial for making statements about Arab families is like putting a Science teacher on trial for making statements about the Periodic table.

What George Bensoussan said is something that everyone knows to be true. Socialists, however, are known for being more concerned about how they want the world to be rather than about how the world actually is. What Bensoussan said does not describe the kind of world they want in France even though it is exactly the kind of world they are living in.

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Why Whites aren’t the most racist people