New Zealand furor over MP’s “Wogistan” comment

In their story “NZ First MP: Ban Muslims from flights” yesterday, the New Zealand Herald tells us that New Zealand First MP Richard Prosser is unrepentant after expressing the opinion that young Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to travel on Western airlines because “most terrorists are Muslims”.  Prosser also said that he was not prepared to idly stand by while his daughter’s rights and freedoms “are denigrated by a sorry pack of misogynist troglodytes from Wogistan.”

There was an extensive line-up of critics eager to curry favour and score politically-correct points at this “racist” outburst, and to demand Prosser’s resignation.

Jewish Prime Minister John Key  proclaimed that he was “appalled”, which I thought was rather ironic, as Prosser did very logically say that Israeli airline El Al’s  racial profiling policy has made it “one of the safest airlines in the world”.

New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters, while at first responding that there was “an element of truth” to Prosser’s comments, later said that Mr Prosser had “wrongfully impugned millions of law-abiding, peaceful Muslims”.

Peters reportedly also said elsewhere that “I’ve told him he cannot have a view that doesn’t have the balance in the other side of the argument.”

Obviously, a man of Prosser’s courage is held back, and his talents are wasted, on a party which will not support him.  It is very hard to survive as an independent MP, but it can be done, and that might be where Mr. Prosser’s future lies.

“Political correctness” is an ideology designed to undermine and destroy White, Christian institutions and civilization, and when parties supposedly created specifically to protect us cave under to “politically correct” criticism, the battle is well on the way to being lost.

My congratulations to Richard Prosser, I hope he has the courage to continue despite his betrayal by Winston Peters, and I wish him all the luck in the world.

Jeff Goodall.

See the New Zealand Herald story here.

You can contact Richard Prosser at the New Zealand Parliament here.

See John Key’s Wikipedia page here.

See also “New Zealand – John Key’s Jewish/Internationalist background” here.

The “Investigate Magazine” article by Prosser is not available on-line, to my knowledge.