Thursday, July 27, 2023

Cam Slater: Gee, I Wonder What Caused That?

Proof Labour’s policies have made NZ more racist not less

Like everything this Government has done since taking office in 2017, their attempts to supposedly address race relations have had the opposite effect to that which was intended.

Affordable housing policies and healthy home initiatives, plus the war on landlords, have seen rents and house prices skyrocket. The only light at the end of the tunnel in that regard is the oncoming train of recession tanking house prices. The recession will deliver yet more bad news for them, countering any positive claims regarding house prices.

The law and order policies set by this hapless Government have likewise had the opposite effect from their intent. Who would ever have thought that dispossessing lawful gun owners of firearms while doing nothing about illegal firearms would lead to a massive increase in gun-related crime? Blind Freddy is who. And who would ever have thought that going soft on youth offenders and emptying the prisons would have led to massive increases in violent crimes on the streets of New Zealand? That’d be Blind Freddy too.

Now we have Labour’s helter-skelter approach to fully implementing the UNDRIP protocols that John Key stupidly signed us up to. Their secret He Puapua blueprint was kept from NZ First and then when NZ First were safely out of the way they rammed home their plans and created a new term and a heroic re-write of what the Treaty promised and called it co-governance.

Here are the results of that push:

It seems the country is divided on race relations with almost half the people surveyed in our latest 1News Verian poll saying the situation has got worse.

Parliament is known for the rough and tumble of politics but is also described at times as verging on race-baiting. Now, as the election campaign nears, it’s feared issues like co-governance will ramp up race politics.

“National’s position’s really clear, we don’t believe in the co-governance of public services, we believe we are one country,” National leader Christopher Luxon said.

“I’ve acknowledged this in the whole time that I’ve been Prime Minister, that we need to make sure we’re bringing people along with us,” Prime Minister Chris Hipkins said.

The question in the latest poll asked: “Do you believe race relations are getting worse or better or staying about the same in New Zealand?”

Only 14% say it’s getting better, 35% believe it’s about the same, and 47% say race relations are getting worse. The rest don’t know or refused to say.

When you push a separatist agenda, rolling out race-based policies in health, water and other sectors, and seek to marginalise the majority of Kiwis in favour of a minority, based entirely on having the right sort of ancestors, then of course things are going to get worse.

This pathway that Labour headed us down only ever leads to bloodshed, heartache and violence. It never ends well.

When you see this sort of racist drivel in the parliament then you really do have to wonder what on earth is going on:

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Labour did this, they headed us down that path and they deliberately empowered this sort of wrong-headed racist drivel that sadly we hear all too often.

They let this genie out of the bottle. It is up to us to force it back in, and then bury the bottle deep underground.

Cam Slater is a New Zealand-based blogger, best known for his role in Dirty Politics and publishing the Whale Oil Beef Hooked blog, which operated from 2005 until it closed in 2019. This article was first published HERE


Ray S said...

Yes Cam, it wont end well.
Bloodshed, I hope not.
Perhaps its inevitable.

Anonymous said...

Don't underestimate them Cam, they no exactly what they are doing.

Anonymous said...

Our Governments did this under orders from the NWO Globalist Masters masquerading as NGO's, who of course 'are here to help'.(IMF UN WEF CFR WHO)