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Saturday, May 4, 2013

The question of other foreign investment


One of the frequent objections to those who question the wisdom of large-scale immigration from China is that such 'scare-mongering about the Yellow Peril' was widespread in 19th century and early 20th century New Zealand, yet those Chinese immigrants and their descendants have settled well  here. Further, Americans, English and others are buying up New Zealand land and resources, so why is there no objection to them?

The Resistance Party answers:
We are presently focused on the threats posed from Chinese immigration and investment because China has super-power designs on this region, and the Chinese regime has a geopolitical strategy which includes using free trade agreements, investments and immigration  to establish China's influence and eventual control. China's economic relations go hand-in-hand with demographic expansion. If New Zealand is enmeshed with China economically we cannot raise objections to wholesale shifts of Chinese to this region, especially if there is a large crisis in China caused by drought, famine, pestilence, etc. China also justifies its domination and demographic dispossession  of Tibet in terms  of 'trade' and economic development. New Zealand: another Tibet?