NZ’s controversial Race Relations Commissioner Mr Meng Foon says that “pro-Russia war symbols” that have been spotted on vehicles cause distress to Kiwi Ukrainians. His comments came after two vehicles were spotted in Auckland bearing the letter “Z”, which is regarded as denoting support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
According to Ms Boucher’s Stuff, a Canterbury-based Ukrainian, Eugene Bidney, said he was “pissed off” at the appearance of the symbols. He said in the Ukrainian community it was seen as a public declaration of a fascist symbol.
Hmm, what does Mr Bidney consider the Nazi symbols — including Swastikas, SS lightning flashes, and the Black Sun, see earlier posts — used by militia regiments in Ukraine represent?
Maybe the Jewish Star of David causes “distress” to Muslims in NZ? So far Mr Foon (a.k.a. “Foon the Hoon”) has not made a similar remark about that. But Mr Foon’s severe racial prejudices and ill-considered comments have caused distress to Jews in NZ — see this article by Christopher Ruthe from January 2021. Mr Foon has also caused upset with his actions in Kapiti in February 2021.
Bud jones JonesQSM said:
There is no layer on the Super Racist graph low enough to lodge Meng Foon the leader & the ultimate embodiment of a racist wrapped up in one package, Revealing too on that graph layer are Little & Ardern who appointed him; both candidates for Super Racists, leading us rapidly into the apartheid state of New Zeababwestanolov.
The demolition of NZ. Criminal Treason on steroids.
Brian Johnston said:
A misuse of the term fascist which refers to Italian politics between WWI & WWII.
I am sure there are many Ukrainians who welcome Russia.
NATO represents Globalism.
Why did Bidney walk out on his mother?
Bud, you are so right. The whole of NZ have front row seats and cannot see the demolition going on around them. NZ have opinions on Sth Africa and other countries and cannot see themselves being swallowed by subversion.
New Nation Party on the way and will sort out everything out and put NZ back on track.
Get over it.