Monday, 22 December 2008

Celebrating International Migrant’s Day

Not funny now I come to think of it.

Did you know that the 18th of December was the United Nations International Migrants Day? No? Neither did I and I doubt you were supposed to.

Of course you might have read about in the Pakistani Daily Times, where they had this to vomit out;
ISLAMABAD: International Migrants Day will be observed in Pakistan on December 18 to recognise contributions of millions of migrants to economies, societies and cultural advancement of the world.

The day provides an opportunity to identify challenges migration presents for the future. Taking note of increasing number of migrants in the world, the United Nations’ General Assembly on December 4, 2000 proclaimed December 18 as International Migrants Day.
Is exporting death now classed as a contribution? In what way does the Cult of the Dead Paedophile contribute to the cultural advancement of the world? Am I missing something?

But at least New Zealand knew about it from their online news service Scoop who were equally exited about it.
On Thursday we acknowledge the contribution migrants make in our communities and workplaces during the United Nation’s International Migrant’s day.

Today nearly 24% of New Zealanders were born overseas. In Auckland 37% percent of our population are newcomers to New Zealand.

Newcomers to New Zealand are important to our region because they bring new skills and new knowledge as well as fresh ideas and different ways of doing things.
I suppose paedophile grooming and how to make bombs could be classed as new skills and new knowledge and the "fresh" ideas on how to kill others is certainly a different way of doing things. Poor bloody New Zealand. What have you let them do to you?

And I suppose if you are a regular reader of Yahoo News you might have picked up on this wonderful day also. Round about where you were reading about how empty Church Leaders were feeling outraged about some comments about support groups for asylum seekers being "an industry". Church Leaders my ass.

One last thing. Did you notice that last paragraph in the final link? Here you go I'll get it for you.
The Home Office is currently juggling concerns about an influx of immigrants from Zimbabwe following the cholera epidemic there. The home secretary believes the UK cannot handle that number of immigrants, but officials in the Foreign Office are understood to want Ms Smith to be more generous.
What the hell are we doing, letting people in from a Country that has shown their tolerance towards other races by slaughtering white farmers that produced the wealth and food that kept and fed them? And now they have screwed it up they want to come here and bring us TB, cholera and aids as gifts?

And what do the mean when they say the "Foreign Office" want to be more generous?

I tell you guys, this hating is becoming easier as each day passes.


Anonymous said...


One in three Swedes was found to want to live in a gated community which prohibited unauthorized people from entering, a new study showed. Most interested in the security provided by such living situations were young singles, of which 41% reported wanting to live in a place surrounded by fences or requiring a door code for entry. The study also reported that less than one fourth of the survey's thousands of respondents - 23% - wanted to live in areas featuring cultural, ethnic and social diversity. The results come from a report entitled BoTrender 08 (`Living Tends '08').

Anonymous said...

As in Cyprus, ex-Yugoslavia, Israel, Northern Ireland and indeed the USA itself, peace between rival ethnic groups was being largely achieved by nothing more politically sophisticated than physical separation - how embarrassing for the praters of multiculturalism.

Anonymous said...


As weeks went by without glitterati Cambridge intellectual George Steiner clarifying his off-the-cuff race realism and thus improving on the cowardice of Nobelist James Watson (see above for both oldies), a nice reminder of Steiner's former Soviet sympathies appeared (National Review, 29 ix), perhaps explaining his embarrassment:

"Reviewing The Gulag Archipelago in The New Yorker in 1974, George Steiner wrote that "to infer that the Soviet terror is as hideous as Hitlerism is not only a brutal oversimplification but a moral indecency," revealing with those words the vast blind spot of Western Left intellectuals.

Despite Solzhenitsyn, that blind spot continues. As [Tim] Tzouliadis notes [The Forsaken], it has enabled the story of what happened to the Americans who sought work in Soviet Russia to disappear down the memory hole. And since so many continue to believe that the Soviet repression was hardly comparable to that of the Nazis, many will deny that in the Soviet Union, as the author concludes, its defining story "was the murder of millions of innocent citizens by the state."

Anonymous said...


Showing how London authorities had become infested by slave labour (like Ancient Rome), no less than 48 – a half – of Lambeth’s traffic wardens were found (by a new contractor) to be illegal immigrants and were thus (in the unaccustomed glare of publicity) sacked. At the same time the mighty Metropolitan Police Association of Sambos gloriously decided to withdraw all co-operation (except for receiving salaries) from its employer as another of its high heidjuns was suspended on charges of corruption (charges inevitably contested as ‘racist’) (Daily Telegraph, 20 ix).

Anonymous said...


"Eleven people died in a riot at a football game in the Democratic Republic of the Congo* after a goalkeeper was accused of using witchcraft to win the match." - Daily Telegraph

Anonymous said...


The Jamaica Observer published an unexpected paean to slavery in America for Black Africans, written by a Black journalist. E.g., Michael Dingwall wrote (9 viii) (cf. Black journalist Keith Richburg's Out of America):

"Slavery was our most important contact with modernity. It is through this "most heinous system ever created" that we blacks were able to understand some of the principles of global trade. Our ancestors were introduced to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade between Europe, Africa and the West Indies. Black Africa's part in the trade was the importation of European technology and the export of slaves. The importation of European technology was important-even though the Africans did not appreciate this importance at first. The export of slaves was also very important, especially for us in the West. As time went on, we blacks, both in Africa and especially in the Caribbean were, in many ways, being Europeanised and thus civilised."

Cf. "Thank God my grand-daddy got on the boat." -- Muhammed Ali, after visiting Zaire (for a title fight

Anonymous said...


While Britain's `Labour' government allowed the opening of state-funded Muslim schools, 99%-Muslim Algeria ridiculed it and the West's multiculti-loving `Christians' by closing half of the country's Christian churches in the six months from November 2007 (Christian Post, 30 v 2008).

Anonymous said...


After years of wasted expenditures on the Dark Continent by governments, international quangos and charities, Cambridge physicists Stephen Hawking and Neil Turok announced they were linking up with assorted Nobel laureates and billionaires to identify "bright" young Black kids and bring them on (Times, 11 v). {None dared state publicly which IQ tests would be used in this otherwise promising-sounding but most likely doomed exercise. - see AmRen, 14 v, where one contributor observed it was evidently easier to overcome motor neurone disease than to overcome egalitarianism.

Strangely, the quixotic Stephen Hawking -- perhaps by then in the early stage of senile dementia -- seemed to have reflected but little on the zillion dollar sums already spent by the USA on Black education without producing a single mathematical, philosophical or classical-music genius. Perhaps he had never even read the 1997 talk on race and IQ that I gave at his Cambridge college, Gonville & Caius - sadly, illness had prevented him joining me at the college's high table that night and from hearing my debate with the New Statesman's non-reading Black columnist Darcus Howe.}

Old Atlantic Lighthouse said...

What about indigenous people day? On that day the rights of indigenous people are affirmed the same as it was in the 1960's.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Yes. This government along with the Eu united nations and any other immigrant lover are inviitng in daeth, suffereing and degradation on a massive scale for the indigenous people, for the immigrants and for the natural environment.

But whilst cities get 'regenerated' and 'enriched' , aas they denisfy building and consumer excess, and import milions of third world people and a greater amount of 'transient populations' , they STILL think and say and report that they have ''sustainable cities''. Right.

Again its emotion symbol triggered by the term ''sustainability'' which is only conforming to government definitions and excludes any reference to the negative impact of an open dor policy on immigration.

Their conept of sustainability isnt sustainable anyone who is rationale would know this.