NZ Labour Smarter On ‘Asylum’ Blight?

I can’t say I’m a fan of New Zealand’s Prime Minister Ms. Jacinda Ardern…


Selandia Baru Diguncang Gempa Besar, Begini Kondisi PM Jacinda Ardern

Jacinda Ardern

…but if a pinko like Tim Maurice, ‘Chief Executive of the Asylum Seekers Support Trust,’ is criticising her government, she must be doing something right.

He’s been moaning that ‘the Department of Corrections refuses to disclose which of their prisoners are Asylum Seekers – preventing the trust from advocating for them.’

Convicted criminals?

Why on earth Maurice reckons he and his agitprop outfit should be afforded access to these undesirable aliens is baffling.

Bad enough all the ‘NGO’ natterjacks making a fuss of fake ‘refugees,’ which most ‘asylum-seekers’ are, but if they have oozed into NZ and already shown their true colours sufficiently to land in prison?



They should be subject to automatic deportation!

The department are smart to prevent sticky-beak lefties from stirring things up.

They’d be even smarter if they banned the blighters (the fakers, not the lefties) from possessing mobile phones too…

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….but who knows the answer to that?

Readers have any info?

If ‘asylumers’ in NZ are as arrogant as many others like them, in other countries, whining about ‘rights rubbish even as they dig their snouts into the public purse…



….then the less encouragement they get, whether they’re in jail or sponging in hostels, the better.

So if, as the report says, ‘treatment of Asylum Seekers in New Zealand has worsened under the Labour government and pleas for change are falling on deaf ears…’

Good for Labour!


It hurt my fingers to type that!

Incidentally, ‘advocacy’ costs money.

Where does Mr. Maurice’s crew get the cash to do their thing?

They say they don’t get public funds but list a variety of organisations who help them out.

Do those organisations get money from local or national government?

I’m too lazy to look for that info.

Again, do any keen Kiwi readers know the funding facts?



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