‘The Great Replacement’ promoted at Whale Oil

This isn’t about a 73-page manifesto titled “The Great Replacement”, a reference to the Great Replacement and white genocide conspiracy theories that expresses anti-immigrant sentiments including hate speech against migrants, white supremacist rhetoric, and calls for all non-European immigrants in Europe who he claims are “invading his land” to be removed.

It’s about The Great Replacement by Intern Staff on September 21, 2017

Voting for the leadership of this country may well be influenced by what is happening elsewhere. Jacinda, childless, pro-abortion, is up against Bill, with a family of six, with RC views on abortion. I have a thing about childless leaders of nations and many of these can be found in Europe. It is not news that demographics there are changing.

It is news to me to see it being called “The Great Replacement”. In a way, there is an absurd contrast to “The Great War” which continues to observe centenary commemorations. Millions killed in fighting then contrast with millions not present due to birth control and abortion.

To fill the vacuum comes others whose only “war” is against the poverty they flee from.

The invasion is changing Europe.

Imagine being fined 2000 euros for telling the truth. That’s what happened last week to Robert Ménard; one of Marine Le Pen’s key advisers. Ménard was charged with “inciting hatred” against Muslims because of two things:

  1. During a television interview, Ménard claimed that there were too many Muslim children attending the schools where he lives. He advised: “In one of the classrooms in my town centre, 91% of children are Muslim. Obviously this is a problem. There are limits to tolerance.”
  2. Ménard also shared an image on Twitter which compared a school in 1970, to a school now. On his tweet, Ménard referred to the “Great Replacement”; a term which was coined by Renaud Camus which suggests that France is being colonised by Muslim immigrants with the help of the government and the media.

It’s about  An Ant’s Story by Guest Post on February 2, 2019

New Zealand Sovereignty is a movement that hopes to harness the passion and determination of the countless New Zealanders who have had enough.

Please, do not listen to those who shake their head and say “this can’t work” or “things are moving too slowly.” These are the voices of the ants that remain in the shadows and outskirts…they are not the worker ants.

For me, the Molyneux/Southern debacle and the attack on free speech was the first time I REALLY saw red. As it happened I saw them in Melbourne, and had hoped to go here as well. In Oz there were hundreds of police out that night, a secret location, horseback cavalry, dogs…you name it. I saw buses being rocked and purple haired SJWs screaming like lunatics…

And of course then there was also Tommy Robinson. I became an avid follower of his journey. I also read The Strange Death of Europe by Douglas Murray” (a must read) and followed Molyneux, Turley, Rebel Media, Katie Hopkins, Martin Sellner and all the other countless warriors in Europe and the States.

I read voraciously about Islam and what this ideology means for the West, for Christians and for the Jewish people. My grandad fought in WWI in the middle east, against the Ottoman invasion.

The Great Replacement (by stealth) is STILL an invasion and it is war….though it is happening by stealth rather than the sword.

My guess, our New Zealand ant colony has until the next election to turn this around. After that, I suspect we will see UN ships and planes as a regular occurrence in our ports and airports and Islam will take hold to the point where what you have seen in Europe will happen here.

This lil ant shouts NO to Sharia Law and YES to controlled immigration. We need people who will respect our Judeo Christian heritage and laws.  Islam is not compatible with this.

So yes, you could say, after 2018 and the waves of attack on free speech (there was the Massey University affair as well)…something inside me said “Enough now.”

So I threw my hat in the ring 110% and I ask you now to do the same.

Eighteen months of your life – what can you do to help? Your skills? Do you have a boat? We may need a flotilla one day. Just imagine, if a UN ship came into New Zealand waters and we sent out 100 boats to block the harbour.

That’s what was promoted at Whale Oil last month. That was before the great replacement of the whale himself.

It wasn’t the whale who posted this:

What do France, Germany, The Netherlands and Britain have in common? by SB on December 24, 2016

What do France, Germany and The Netherlands have in common? They all have criminalised the free speech of their politicians. In Britain, the same thing is happening to political activists and even ordinary citizens expressing their views on Facebook. The one thing that they all have in common is who or what they are criticising. It is becoming increasingly obvious worldwide now that criticism of Islam and Muslims are like Voldermort; we dare not say their name out loud for fear of punishment.

And it continues. Face of the day by SB on March 19, 2019

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They are not about to let facts get in the way of their witch hunt. A quick glance at comments on a Newshub article today reveals that the hysteria whipped up by the MSM agst so-called Nazis is spreading rapidly.

Also this morning – Christchurch mosque shootings: Pig heads delivered to mosque in 2016

The mosque at the centre of Friday’s horrific massacre in Christchurch was previously subjected to the delivery of boxes of pigs heads by Hitler-saluting men who boasted “Bring on the cull”.

Video, intended to be shared within the 20-strong cell of local neo-Nazis, emerged online over the weekend showing tradesman Philip Neville Arps delivering the offal – pig meat is considered unclean by Muslims – to the Masjid Al-Noor mosque in March 2016.

In the videos – seemingly prepared to record and propagandise the activity amongst the group – Arps said the incident had led to an appearance in the Christchurch District Court where he was convicted of offensive behaviour and fined $800.

“It was a deliberate attack, and deliberate offence against Muslims, were the judge’s words. Obviously the judge knows me well,” Arps said while his cameraman sniggered.

“White power, my friends, my family, my people. Let’s get these f***ers out. Bring on the cull.”

Later in the day (Stuff): Nazi-themed company owner charged with possessing objectionable material

The owner of a Christchurch insulation company that promotes Nazi themes has been charged with distributing objectionable material.

Stuff understands the Avonside home of company owner Phil Arps was raided by police on Tuesday.

When asked to confirm this, a police spokesman said police executed a search warrant at an Avonside address at 11am.

“A 44-year-old man was charged with distributing objectionable material. He is scheduled to appear at Christchurch District Court tomorrow.”

Beneficial Insulation, which Arps owns, features a number of Nazi-related themes in its name and branding.

The company’s white extremist branding and Arps’ racist views, which he promotes online, sparked a public outcry in the wake of the mass shooting in Christchurch that left 50 people dead with another 30 still in hospital.

Stuff has also sighted an angry email from Beneficial Insulation owner Phil Arps sent to a customer which was signed off with a false Adolf Hitler quote and featured right wing extremist views.

Beneficial Insulation’s company logo is a sunwheel, or black sun, which was appropriated by Nazis.

Beneficial Insulation also charges $14.88 per metre for insulation – 14.88 is a hate symbol popular with white extremists.

The company’s website www.BIIG.co.nz, is an acronym for the company’s full name Beneficial Insulation Installs Guaranteed. BIIg was the name of a barracks at Auschwitz concentration camp, operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II and the Holocaust.

There’s nothing great about all of this.

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14 Comments

  1. Gezza

     /  19th March 2019

    Mr Arps may well find himself staring at the inside of cell door in an isolation block for some considerable period this time.

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    • Mother

       /  19th March 2019

      Mr Arps is spending his fighting forties harming community. But why was he not called out by the law for the Nazi issue before now?

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      • Gezza

         /  19th March 2019

        Who knows. We have a gang here called The Stomtroopers & other gang members & bikies who wear German stahlhelms.

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  2. Kitty Catkin

     /  19th March 2019

    Arp/s is a German name.It means dark brown, which is rather appropriate when one thinks what else is dark brown.

    $14 is about the usual cost for insulation, which must have pleased him.

    What a pathetic loser he must be; I wonder what his ancestors did in The Holocaust.

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  3. harryk

     /  19th March 2019

    NZ has it’s own infamous extremist rightwing export ie ‘Pastor’ Logan Roberston, who you will remember was deported from Oz for his violent hate speech towards gays and Muslims. His Pillar Baptist site links to hate groups in the US [ One of them praised the Orlando massacre] and to a church in Dunedin. Do any readers know if that church has a history of extremism? Mr Robertson has since opened a new church in Mindanao. I imagine preaching hate toward Muslims in Mindanao carries many dangers that your SIS should perhaps be investigating.

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  4. harryk

     /  19th March 2019

    I was thinking more of the possible consequences for the locals of inciting hatred of Muslims among his poverty stricken, undereducated Davaoeño converts, if he indeed has any. Verity Baptist Church, the people who praised the Orlando shooter, are also active there. When I had a look at ‘Pastor’ Robertson’s Facebook yesterday his video commentary on Christchurch, in which he holds up a large copy of the great replacement, was still on youtube, now it seems to have been taken down. The comments are still up. He calls for looser not stricter gun laws. https://www.facebook.com/pastorloganrobertson/

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  5. duperez

     /  19th March 2019

    Well, my entrepreneurial self spotted a great opportunity!

    When we “see UN ships and planes as a regular occurrence in our ports and airports” we can backload them! All the white people can line up and jump on board to be transported back to where they originated. The problem of migration will be arrested with startling ease with the Guest Poster Ant rousing everyone with her/his ultimate solution.

    With bold decisive leadership Lil Ant will be recognised as one of the great leaders alongside Boudica, Genghis Khan and William Wallace. The hordes are sure to follow, all they need is the Leader. What could possibly stop them pursuing their dream of purifying the land?

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  6. Ben Waimata

     /  19th March 2019

    I think anyone who suggests a massive influx of any new culture can be done without hassles is highly optimistic. If a large number of Sharia-observing Muslims arrived in NZ it would cause issues (cultural/religious clash), as would a large number of devout Indian Hindus (watch out NZ dairy and beef producers!). A large influx of any new differeing culture inevitably causes issues, as has been clearly seen in this country over the last two hundred years. Suggesting that anyone who thinks otherwise is a an extreme right wing potential terrorist is not helping meaningful debate, and only reinforces the views of the potential extremist amongst our dispossessed young people in the NEET category and trying to make sense of the world. We already have an underclass who feel they are not part of mainstream NZ culture (no job, no house, no security), immigration needs to be done with care. Once someone feels like a stranger in their own land things can get very dangerous.

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    • ” If a large number of Sharia-observing Muslims arrived in NZ it would cause issues (cultural/religious clash), as would a large number of devout Indian Hindus ”

      You are talking about something that has not happened. The only clash has been promoted by a small minority who resent and oppose different cultures and religions.

      “Suggesting that anyone who thinks otherwise is a an extreme right wing potential terrorist is not helping meaningful debate”

      I don’t think anyone has suggested that. Huge straw man.

      “and only reinforces the views of the potential extremist amongst our dispossessed young people in the NEET category and trying to make sense of the world.”

      So you’re suggesting that criticising those who try to drive up division and intolerance is to blame for any extremist who might do something stupid or abhorrent?

      Your arguments are disingenuous.

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      • Ben Waimata

         /  20th March 2019

        It was late when I wrote that, badly worded. No it has not happened here, but it has in Germany. The Hindu example was obviously meant entirely as a hypothetical situation and only because of the different attitudes to cows. I have good friends there who have been in the typical leftie mindset (as myself) for years, but are now extremely concerned about what has happened to their country. There appears to be a growing resentment amongst the German population about new immigrants trying to enforce totally different social norms, and a perception they are benefiting from the welfare system paid for by the German population over generations for a different purpose.

        What I’m seeing (perhaps wrongly) is an unreasonable backlash about anyone concerned about the possible implications of things like the UN immigration pact, and an implication that this is based on racism. It might be racism from some people, but I suspect cultural concerns are more prevalent than race based ones, which is a different thing. My aunt (by marriage) is a Rwandan Muslim refugee living in London. She is culturally western in all respects except for cultural values that still come from the Koran. These differences do stand out more than a fundamentalist Christian would. In London it’s not a big deal, when she’s here in NZ it is more difficult. Some people who are refugees choose to accomodate their new culture, but some refugees really do not want to be there, and don’t see any reason to adapt.

        The potential terrorist thing might be a straw man argument, but I don’t think so. I’m getting the impression that anyone not 100%pro immigration is being looked at as a potential threat, and certainly as a right winger. Even just writing this means I will be classed as an extremist, despite having voted only labour and Green all my life. I never suggested ‘driving up division and intolerance’ is a good thing, (who’s being disingenuous now?), merely that being aware of the potential long term downsides is simple prudence.

        [Deleted. That’s not your imagination, it’s a common meme I have seen repeated for years. And this is New Zealand, not Europe. It sounds like you are effectively promoting The Great Replacement. Don’t. PG]

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        • “I’m getting the impression that anyone not 100%pro immigration is being looked at as a potential threat”

          That’s a very odd impression. No one is 100% pro immigration. We have a lot of restrictions in immigration. We have nothing like open borders that some have kept suggesting (like Winston Peters).

          Sure there is always a threat of more terrorism. But there is a greater threat of people grossly exaggerating and trying to talk up division.

          Your aren’t the victim of last Friday’s attacks, so don’t try to paint yourself as the victim..

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          • Ben Waimata

             /  20th March 2019

            “Your aren’t the victim of last Friday’s attacks, so don’t try to paint yourself as the victim..”

            Sorry Pete, obviously I am totally unable to communicate through type, I honestly have no idea how you got this impression from anything I said and I apologise totally if you got that. I thought I was pointing out the complete opposite, merely expressing concerns that ‘the other side’ (the ‘right’) were being unfairly blamed. Without face to face discourse it’s far too easy to misinterpret; perhaps internet forums are not a good medium to discuss these issues. I think I’ll take a break from posting here.

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        • Griff.

           /  20th March 2019

          What I’m seeing (perhaps wrongly) is an unreasonable backlash about anyone concerned about the possible implications of things like the UN immigration pact, and an implication that this is based on racism. It might be racism from some people, but I suspect cultural concerns are more prevalent than race based ones, which is a different thing.

          The “concern” over the migration pact was not over what it says They are based on lies and misdirection. We already gift immigrants and refugees with human rights equal to that of a citizen of NZ we also give them a possible path towards full citizenship as the UN compact says we should do.

          The shooters “concern” was about culture.
          Does that make him more justified ?.

          Do you think we should import thousands of racist South Africans or have a place for Rwanda’s genocidal Catholics as opposed to peace loving Muslims from stable country’s?
          There is no issue in discussing immigration levels. If we are going to have immigration we should be blind as to race or culture instead only look at what the indervidual brings to us.

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