Britain’s way of life threatened

“Britain’s way of life is threatened by a culture with strange accents, wearing unusual clothing, who attended special schools and are part of a closed society that doesn’t integrate with the rest of us.”

We don’t have much of that problem in New Zealand.

23 Comments

  1. Corky

     /  August 16, 2018

    And who belong to the land they are in !!

    Good ole Russ. The avatar tells me all I need to know.

  2. robertguyton

     /  August 16, 2018

    Toffs. We have toffs here. I seen ’em!

    • Corky

       /  August 16, 2018

      Name one.

      • robertguyton

         /  August 16, 2018

        Nigel.

        • Corky

           /  August 16, 2018

          If you mean Nigel who used to have diamond encrusted tires on his Bentley… well, he doesn’t count. He squandered the family fortune and now lives in Porirua. Dreadfully sad ending. Still sends shock waves around many a fine dining dinner table.

          • robertguyton

             /  August 16, 2018

            No, Corky, not that Nigel; I’m talking about his brother, Nigel; I know, same name, but those toffy families play the game by their own rules. You can see it in their genetic makeup.

            • Corky

               /  August 16, 2018

              Are you accusing this whanau of doing the ”Hawaiian thing.?”

            • Gezza

               /  August 16, 2018

              No, Corky, not that Nigel; I’m talking about his brother, Nigel; I know, same name, but those toffy families play the game by their own rules

              That would explain how the tosser managed to get his own tv series & gets to host even more tv programmes (OBN connections) where he doesn’t even have to be pretend to be a pop psychologist who got absolutely taken for a ride & embarrassingly missed all sorts of obvious tricks & ploys by one of those fake Sensing Murder “mediums”.

              In-breeding. 😐

  3. PartisanZ

     /  August 16, 2018

    No ‘Old Boys Network’ or Cronyism to see here …

    New BoynZ Band: Kings’ Alumni

    • Missy

       /  August 17, 2018

      Nope, no ‘old boys network’ or cronyism here now…..

      After all it isn’t as if the son of the leader of the opposition is employed by the shadow chancellor, whose son is employed by the leader of the opposition, or the daughter of a Union official, and Labour election official, is also employed by the leader of the opposition….

      Nope, no cronyism at all….

  4. sorethumb

     /  August 16, 2018

  5. Blazer

     /  August 16, 2018

    Far too many people are getting ideas above their station these days.

    Why, I have heard the colonials are handing out knighthoods like …confetti!

    What has the world come to…Grayson.

  6. Patzcuaro

     /  August 16, 2018

    Perhaps the distribution of wealth has something to do with it. Apart from Scotland the poorer areas would have voted for Brexit as well.

    • Pink David

       /  August 16, 2018

      Why are Norway and Poland missing from ‘Northern’ Europe?

      • Patzcuaro

         /  August 17, 2018

        Neither Norway nor Switzerland is in the EU and Poland probably regarded as Eastern.

  7. Pickled Possum

     /  August 16, 2018

    Our British fellow humans should read, How to Survive a Sinking Ship!
    or Are they just delusional, could they just have the Grandiose Delusions syndrome?
    Who are they Really talking about? Surely not the young well-heeled to-do young men in the picture. Who wouldn’t want to be them?

  8. PartisanZ

     /  August 16, 2018

    No … Psssssssst, mention ONLY the immigrants … not what some of the locals are doing …

    • Corky

       /  August 16, 2018

      Hmmm, I wonder why they are on the rise? Wouldn’t have anything to do with rape, violence and immigration, would it?

      Maybe if the dozy government restricted immigration, these thugs would have a major plank of their support removed.

      Notice who clean cut theses boys are. Reminds me of alternative rockers, The Hives.
      Europeans seem to like uniforms.

      • PartisanZ

         /  August 16, 2018

        I like my Neo-Nazis “clean cut” as well …

        What an extraordinarily infantile way to react to your homogeneity and hegemony being challenged by a humanitarian crisis of monumental proportions …

        And this last Muslim exodus (or whatever it was) is just the beginning … We ain’t seen nuthin’ yet … Just wait until the forces of over-population and climate change combine ….

        People Tsunamis …

        • PartisanZ

           /  August 16, 2018

          “Aotearoa New Zealand’s way of life is threatened with stagnation by a culture with Kiwi accents, wearing the usual clothing, who attended state schools but now want special schools and are part of a closed-minded but bizarrely influential minority that doesn’t integrate well with themselves, let alone the rest of us.”

        • Corky

           /  August 16, 2018

          You know, Parti. I usually get a handle on people quick smart. But I’ve had trouble with you. Usually I get a flash of insight…but nothing. That was until tonight. A slight sliver passed my consciousness and all became clear.

          Your problem is you always get in the way of yourself; from seeing things clearly. If it’s not your intellect, it’s your political leanings.

          Take your remark; ”I like my Neo-Nazis “clean cut” as well …”

          That in reply to my comments about those Neo Nazis being clean cut. That can be unusual for such people. Those in the clip could just as easily be going to an office job.

          You then go on:

          ”What an extraordinarily infantile way to react to your homogeneity and hegemony being challenged by a humanitarian crisis of monumental proportions.”

          And that’s where you get in the way of yourself. Your filters have confused an observation with the core issue of my comments -that being:

          ”Maybe if the dozy government restricted immigration, these thugs would have a major plank of their support removed.”

          So what are you missing:

          You seem to think we are mandated to care about this humanitarian crisis of monumental proportions at the expense of our people and our country and our safety.
          You may counter that we may eventually have no choice about caring. That, at the moment, is a point of contention and not a factor in the here and now in my opinion.

          Only a fool would think like that. You aren’t a fool. Hence we return to my original insight: you get in the way of yourself. That’s why you don’t ( or don’t want to) see things clearly.