Peter Kramer

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Mantra

The Mantra

Everybody says there is this RACE problem. Everybody says this RACE problem will be solved when the third world pours into EVERY White country and ONLY into White countries.
The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan or Taiwan, but nobody says Japan or Taiwan will solve this RACE problem by bringing in millions of third worlders and "assimilating" with them.
Everybody says the final solution to this RACE problem is for EVERY White country and ONLY White countries to “assimilate,” i.e., intermarry, with all those non-Whites.
What if I said there was this RACE problem and this RACE problem would be solved only if hundreds of millions of non-Blacks were brought into EVERY Black country and ONLY into Black countries?
How long would it take anyone to realize I’m not talking about a RACE problem. I am talking about the final solution to the BLACK problem?
And how long would it take any sane Black man to notice this and what kind of psycho Black man wouldn’t object to this?
But if I tell that obvious truth about the ongoing program of genocide against my race, the White race, Liberals and respectable conservatives agree that I am a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.
They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-White.
Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.

This was sent in to us.

By Dr Muriel Newman
The report by Fairfax media that Crown negotiators working for Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson on the Treaty settlement process have picked up million dollar fees shows the Treaty of Waitangi grievance industry has become an insatiable gravy train not just for the iwi elite, but also for ex-politicians and the ‘in’ crowd.[1]
The 14-strong negotiating team has been paid a total of $5.5 million. Michael Dreaver, an Auckland consultant was the highest earner at $1.5m, followed by Ross Philipson, formerly of the Ministry of Economic Development, who made just over $1m. Former Members of Parliament include justice minister Sir Douglas Graham (who was found guilty last year of making misleading statements while a director of Lombard Finance) who earned $186,901, former MP and iwi chairs forum member Tukoroirangi Morgan who received $439,085, and former Prime Minister Jim Bolger, who earned $29,912.
While Chris Finlayson has defended his team saying the money was well spent, taxpayers may well question the calibre of recent Treaty settlements. Many of those settlements appear excessively generous, significantly extending the boundaries established by previous governments to include ever more place name changes, the extension of the right of purchase of Crown assets to over 170 years, and increasing numbers of ‘co-governance’ deals that give iwi business operators equal power over public assets to that of government agents.
Last year’s Tuhoe settlement is a case in point. At $170 million, its value not only equalled those of the major Tainui, Ngai Tahu and the fisheries settlements, but it also included the co-governance of New Zealand’s biggest National Park - even though National Parks and conservation lands have always been considered ‘off limits’ for Treaty settlement purposes. How the government can justify awarding a private tribal corporation co-governance rights to a key national asset, is a question that has yet to be answered – especially as the deal also granted Tuhoe Mana Mutuhake, which means independence or self-governance. Awarding co-governance rights to our major National Park to a private tribal corporation that intends breaking away and establishing a nation within a nation is pure madness.
New Zealanders have never approved of the inclusion of co-governance deals in Treaty settlements. Iwi claimants are not official bodies - they are private business corporations driven by strong profit motives. Attempts to claim they are Treaty ‘partners’ – which is a convenient political construct promoted by Treaty activists - and therefore entitled to special privileges, should be seen as the fiction that it is. It is not acceptable that unelected, unaccountable private corporations driven by self interest are allocated special quasi-official roles that are not available to other New Zealanders.
Iwi have become experts at soft-soaping the public with talk of the ‘guardianship’ of assets. Let’s not be fooled by their rhetoric. Their agenda is to get their hands on as many public assets as they can, for private commercial advantage. This is evident in their claims for electromagnetic spectrum and of course, fresh water. If the Supreme Court supports the Maori councils’ claim for freshwater, and the government acquiesces to such a ridiculous notion, we will end up having to pay private tribal corporations every time we turn on the tap.
The reality is that the modern-day Treaty settlements are about money, not mana, and the drive for co-governance is about power not partnership.
Just last week Ngati Tuwharetoa, the so-called ‘guardians’ of Lake Taupo, announced that they intend to charge competitors in the New Zealand Ironman competition around $40 a head for the swimming leg of the race. This move to charge for the right to swim in the lake is expected to bring in around $56,000. It will be in addition to the income Tuwharetoa already receives from the commercial tourist ventures that use the lake, from a share of all fishing licence fees, and from an annual Crown payment of $1.5 million.
A similar decision to charge some lake users was made by Ngai Tahu a few years ago. Lake Ellesmere was included in their 1998 Treaty settlement, and at the time, assurances were given by the iwi and the Government that nothing would change regarding the public’s right to use the lake. In spite of those assurances an 8 percent levy on the earnings of commercial eel fishermen was imposed in 2009, and while recreational users of the lake have not been levied as yet, many fear that in time they too will be required to pay this ‘iwi tax’. Locals believe this levy is just the start. They say fishermen and boaties in other parts of the country should prepare for similar taxes being imposed wherever riverbeds, lakebeds and foreshore areas have been included in Treaty deals. They say that mooring buoys, jetties and bridges will soon be fair game for an iwi tax.
In response to complaints about the iwi tax, the Minister of Fisheries said there was nothing he could do, that it was a private matter between the public and the iwi. And there’s the rub – once these deals are done and public assets are given to private iwi corporations, the government washes its hands of any further involvement – they are “private” deals, involving what were public assets.
The problem is that our Members of Parliament have for a long time now adopted a policy of appeasement – they have caved in to pressure from Treaty activists. New Zealanders, who once enjoyed free and unfettered access to our rivers, lakes, and the coast, need to realise that unless public pressure forces our politicians to change course and stand up for the public interest, these spaces will no longer be available free of charge to all New Zealanders in the future. The changes will be incremental, a lakebed here, a riverbed or seabed there, all charges under the guise of ‘guardianship’ funded by ‘environmental levies’ or ‘conservation tariffs’.
I have said this before and I will say it again – public opinion matters. The public are being treated like sheep because we don’t speak out strongly enough. Through these newsletters, the New Zealand Centre for Political Research addresses public policy issues of concern and those readers who forward them on to their networks are helping us to inform the wider public and increase awareness so that collectively we can stand up to the rorts and hold the government to account.
This week’s NZCPR Guest Commentator is Fiona Mackenzie, a political commentator with a background in education, finance and marketing, who has been assessing the Treaty propaganda that is being pushed by the Associate Minister of Education, Maori Party Leader Pita Sharples, and the Ministry of Education in our schools.
Fiona explains that when the Ministry of Education found that schools had difficulty implementing Treaty of Waitangi principles, they published a curriculum update to provide ‘guidance’: “The Ministry’s Update is very disturbing because it goes way beyond the teaching of Maori content. It is a blatant attempt to change and control the behaviour of schools, teachers and students, to promote the ‘Maori world view’ and to elevate ‘Maori’ to a superior status not afforded anyone else.”
Fiona ends her article What’s going on in our schools with a plea: “For all the sake of New Zealanders, it is time to end this crusade for Maori domination. We need to face reality and go forward as one united country. While we should definitely celebrate our many cultures, it is vital to the health of our nation that we operate equally under the same rights and obligations. If we persist in trying to revert to 1840 tribalism, re-write history and make economic slaves of those with no Maori ancestry, our problems will only magnify and our futures will become very bleak.” To read Fiona’s article click HERE.
Sir Bob Jones, an outspoken critic of race-based privilege, has used a recent Herald article to ridicule the sorts of cultural practices that are increasingly being forced onto New Zealanders. He commented on a bizarre ceremony that took place last month when a dead whale was washed up on Paraparaumu beach.
“Launching the Maori counterattack for idiocy talking honours, kaumatua Don Te Maipi, another in need of a dictionary, told journalists that ‘the dead whale is regarded as an ancestor’. Mr Te Maipi didn't say who specifically regarded that whale so, but if there's anyone apart from him who does, then the asylum beckons. Mr Te Maipi then moved into padded-cell-and-straitjacket territory when he added that he believed ‘the whale's death could have been connected spiritually to the death of Bruce Mansell’. Mansell, a non-Maori, was a local shopping centre manager who had died two days earlier. He was not over-weight and certainly not of sperm whale dimensions.”
“An Ani Parata, described as a local iwi representative, piped up and told the same reporter, ‘The whale has given up his life for us,’ adding, ‘This is a significant message to us. We come from a tribe of whalers’. No detailed explanation for this hogwash was given but nevertheless I can assure Ani Parata that the whale not only did no such thing but, in fact, would have been oblivious to her existence. What ‘the significant message’ was, understandably was not explained.”
Sir Bob then concluded, “Imagine if talking tripe was a criminal offence. Mr Te Maipi would be history. In his case it would be a maximum sentence with a minimum 10-year parole term. Ms Parata poses a difficulty, for she's a woman and the court would be confused by her trespassing into Maori male nonsense-talking territory. Her best bet would be to plead that she was in the middle of a week-long bender and was so drunk at the time that it would be unreasonable to hold her responsible for her words, for which she now has deep remorse.”[2]
It’s absurd that Maori should have a monopoly on dead whales. They are creatures of the international seas; any attachment to Maori is a fiction created to gain ownership of the valuable whale bones and teeth - and is no more relevant than their apparent belief in Taniwha. It’s time for honesty and frankness in the debate about Maori rights – it’s time to for politicians to stop pandering to a vocal minority and start listening to the majority, but for that to happen the majority must become vocal.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Article of interest

No Freedom at Facebook

Àny one who has white nationalist points of view, right wing ideals, or even conservative will know how hypocritical Facebook terms and conditions are. In one breath they say they will protect peoples rights, then in the next they delete peoples pages just for supporting ideals that those who run Facebook don't like.
I have even seen them recently punishing people who criticize Obama. They have even blocked me and deleted me for having pictures of the Celtic sun wheel saying it is offensive, nice that now these lefty dogooders have made our culture offensive.
If Facebook is an example of freedom on the net, its a very sad case.
However there is a social networking site that allows freedom of political views. its called, maybe because its Russian and not part of the brainwashed west. Russia is also less affected by Zionism as the western countries and the money hungry people ruling them.

So we encourage people to leave the Zionist control with the lefties who love it and its multicultural agenda so much with Facebook, and those who want to be free to speak go to and enjoy some freedom to show what pictures you like, say what you like, and criticize who you like.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Our Public Image will be changing

This next year we will be putting more and more of our membership into uniforms.
Over the years we have had a lot of negative feed back because of other white nationalists being over sensitive to bad media about skinheads. We would like to set the record straight that we are not changing our organisations look because of the wingers in the movement or because of the lefty cry babies or the moderates over reaction to the skinhead look. The fact for the modern white nationalist movement in New Zealand is the skinheads are the frontline. It would be a mistake to rely on the average joe type "activist" only, as it could condemn the movement to die from a lack of action. There have been an exception to this however over the years, but generally the skinheads and similar subcultures have been the back bone of all activity.

We are changing our look as a natural progression of a Nationalist political organisation. We seek a military look that is smart, disciplined and unifying. It is also us reaching out to the growing number of like minded individual's that we wish to expand and have people from all different socio-economic back grounds in our ranks. We seek active people and we believe the uniform attracts such people while also creating a strength that will appeal to the many disillusioned New Zealand European population.

The influence for this uniform comes primarily from Military uniforms, with some influence from the British Union of Fascists who were a very successful street movement in 1930's.

Our membership is made up of people with several political standings, some are fairly moderate, while others are reasonably extreme. We believe in freedom of speech and we focus on what we have in common. This is primarily a love for our country and a willingness to resist bad Governments and their crazy selfish management of our beloved Nation!

We will be more active during elections and we will continue with flyer drops and other publicity operations. We seek members who are of a like mind in our common goals. This means they must be active. The upcoming local elections will be one of our campaigns with at least one Mayor candidate and possibly a handful of city council and community board candidates. Its is only financial restrictions that will slow our progress in these areas.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

New WPWW page

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Jim Saleam arrival in New Zealand in March

I just spoke to Jim Saleam (President of Australia First Party) today, he has confirmed that he is coming to WPWW day, he will come for 4 days and will present AFP progress to a private meeting of organisation leaders, plus he will give a talk at the demonstration. They have been successful recently in local elections and they want to share their progress with us.

He has also stated that he will assist us in our launch of our next challenge in local elections. The announcement of both Right Wing Resistance and National Front candidates for local elections. Its has been encouraging to see so much success with like minded parties around the world. But we are particularly enthusiastic with the electing of an Australian First member to a council and the potential for more as they grow momentum. 

Jim is hoping we can work together and learn from the growing support in Australia. 

He will be available for interviews while in New Zealand. 

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Northern Support for WPWW day

Great to see support for WPWW day from more Northern folk in our movement. Things are looking up for  a great event.

Levin Unit set up

We are happy to say RWR has grown more this week, with the Oath in of a new unit in Levin.