The Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon has written to our political parties urging them to lay off racism in the coming election campaign.

His letter has been joyfully spread by its recipients around the capital and for all I know, elsewhere.

Inexplicably half of it is in maori, God knows why as to the best of my knowledge none of our Party leaders speak it.

Anyway, frankly it’s overdue, especially with Jacinda. On the occasions I’ve met her I’ve been shocked by her vicious attacks on Paraguayans in particular, but also Bulgarians. Plainly she’s had a bad experience with both.

The question is whether Meng Foon will act on this, or do Bulgarian and Paraguayans being white not count?

Personally, I don’t mind Jacinda’s rubbishing Bulgarians but I do object to her attacks on Paraguayans for a damn good reason.

That is the Guarani indigenous girls are all stunners and therefore can do no wrong in my eyes.


I don’t know why you don’t put yourself forward as a candidate in the next election. The government is surely lacking common sense and good humour.

Serge Kemelmager July 9, 2020 at 2:56 pm

I salute you Sir Robert , for like so many of your writings are witty and true, this one takes the cake for I, as a South American born citizen of New Zealand wholeheartedly agree with all the emotion that my genetic composition can muster by remembering the exquisite beauty, scent and apparent humility of the Guarani women. Thank you for bringing this memory back from a very long time ago.

French man had Covid-19 before the Chinese.

Amirouche Hammar, a resident of Bobigny, Paris, fell sick with an influenza-like illness. On 27 December 2019, after 4 days of dry cough, fever, fatigue, and breathing difficulties, he drove himself to the emergency ward of the local hospital, where he was administered antibiotics, and recovered sufficiently to be able to leave on December 29. Like all respiratory samples, that of Hammar was frozen, and stored, for possible future analysis. Between 6-9 April 2020 fourteen of these stored samples were tested for Covid-19. The sample of Hammar, taken on 27 December 2019, tested positive for Covid-19. This means that he caught the disease sometime around 12 December 2019, right up there with the very first Chinese cases in Wuhan.

The case of Hammar remains a mystery to the scientific community. However, it really should not be a mystery, as there is a Euro-American strain of Covid-19 that predated the Wuhan strain (see more below) and Hammar simply had the Euro-American strain.

From: http://www.preearth.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1184

Surely that Meng must have another draft containing Mandarin,Arabic ,Hindi,Somalian etc that has been remissly omitted and this silly submission in all its tokenism can then be joined with it and be consigned to where it belongs in the dustbin of silly communications emanating from his office Most but not all nations do have a propensity to inner and outer beauty in their womenfolk not necessarily in all of the sisterhood,but regretably some nations seem to have a phenotypic issue in the expression of their genotype and I also cant confess to meeting a  stunning Bulgarian lady in the physical sense so to speak.

I love your honest attitude toward how we value women. Yep – when they’re very pretty they can do no wrong. (Unless there’s something wrong with you).

My old policy idea was to give immigration over to the people of New Zealand, so we can all watch 2 minute videos of applicants that have been prior screened by the government. Of course there would be a *massive* bias for the beautiful, especially beautiful women, because human instinct puts genes well ahead of trivia like scholastic achievement and workaholism…

Hence, I nicknamed it “the pussy policy”. It would certainly make New Zealand beautiful, that’s for sure.

“Guarani indigenous girls” had to oogle – I mean Google – that, I can only agree.

CAKE FACE returns for a good Friday sermon, which today is a Labour press release of the government’s new agricultural policy.
“When Jacinda heard what had happened, she withdrew by an environmentally friendly electric car to a solitary place. Hearing of this, the people followed her on foot from the towns. When Jacinda saw a large crowd, she had compassion on them and healed their sick.
As evening approached, the Cabinet came to her and said, “New Zealand is a remote place, and it’s already getting poor. Send the crowds away, so they can go back to their villages and buy themselves some food.”
Jacinda replied, “They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.”
“We have here only small amounts,” they answered.
“Bring them here to me,” she said. And she directed the people to sit down on the grass. Looking up to heaven, she gave thanks.
Then she gave to the Cabinet, and the Cabinet gave to the people.
The number of those who ate was about five million men, women and children.
They all ate and were satisfied, and the Cabinet picked up an excess $44 billion in 10 years of additional primary sector exports.
Jacinda, for thine, New Zealand is your kingdom, with the power, and the glory.”

markscreaminggoosearmstrong July 12, 2020 at 2:54 pm

Aussie women aren’t too bad either, although they do seem to put way too much effort into grooming and I reckon our natural NZ women are way better because of this. However it seems Aussie women are a bit of a risk with CV19 taking a bit of a grip on the place.
Our way of handling the virus may just have the edge on Aussie’s don’t you think? In retrospect, and with the benefit of hindsight, of course?
In fact the global economy might be better off if all countries had taken the same conservative viral management path of lockdown that we did.
On the other hand, it is, after all, early days yet…

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