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Let Me Define Your Rights

Posted by te2ataria on June 10, 2008

There’s Only One Law In New Zealand: It Says YOU Are Colored!

You are the lowest common denominator, if you are Fiji Indian, Indian, Punjabi, Gujarati, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Malaysian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Latino, Arab … . You might as well pack your bags and go “home!” And don’t you dare giving me lip. So what you have been here for well over a century? Isn’t that long enough?

Indian shopkeepers under siege

By MICHAEL FIELD – The Dominion Post | Tuesday, 10 June 2008

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WAITING FOR JUSTICE: Sikhs and other concerned Indians gather at Navtej Singh’s Auckland home, along with National MP Pansy Wong. Source: Stuff NZ. Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair use Notice!

They have been in New Zealand for well over a century and now Indian shopkeepers feel under siege.

In the crowded lounge of murdered liquor store worker Navtej Singh – with a distraught new widow Harjinder Kaur weeping in another room – members of Auckland’s Sikh community tried not to see the latest murder as a racial attack.

“What is happening in South Auckland?” asked Sandeep Verma, who was with Navtej Singh when he was shot, and when he later died in hospital.

[A powerful coalition of white supremacists, Dispensationalists and other fundamental Christian groups whose divine (sic) mission is to “purify” what is already a showcase for abject racism are aided by the racist judiciary and the paramilitary police in apartheid New Zealand. What chance do the “colored” shopkeepers stand?]

“All the people from the Indian community, whether they are Fiji Indians, Indians, Punjabis, Gujaratis; only those people are the main target.

“What are the police doing for the security of our people?”

Manpreet Singh, leader of the Manuwera Sikhs, tried not to see it as a case of racial murder. [Group leaders interest invariably clash with the members’ welfare!]

“As more Indians are hard-working, and they have within their families this background, so they have got into small business like liquor shops. They are the majority owning these stores. So they are targeting these stores.

“The bad elements there, they are for the money and they are under the drug influence.”

The Sikh community wanted the killer brought to justice, Manpreet Singh said. By tradition Sikhs were the warrior caste of India, but they did not want a fight: “We have respect for the law and we don’t want to take the law into our hands; we wait for justice to be done.”

“Wrong Color, Wrong Country!”

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Parted Couple: A family photo of Navtej Singh, who died of a gunshot wound yesterday morning, and his wife, Harijnder Kaur. Navtej Singh’s fate was sealed the moment he set foot on New Zealand soil!

Manukau community board member Kanwaljit Bakshi, who is also the National Party’s Manukau East electorate candidate, said shopkeepers wanted to protect themselves and wanted help from police.

“We are a law-abiding people, but we still need the self-defence, right?

“If we want to defend ourselves, we should be allowed to defend.

“It is not that Indians are being targeted, it is the shops that are being targeted, small businesses and these are family-operated business.

“We are guys working from seven o’clock in the morning to 11 in the evening doing good for the community.”

Mr Bakshi was accompanied at Navtej Singh’s home by fellow National candidate Cam Calder, contesting the Manurewa electorate, and National MP Pansy Wong.

The Auckland region now has about 12,000 Sikhs with five gurudwaras or temples, including one near the murder scene at Takanini. Navtej Singh’s family helped build that temple. © Fairfax New Zealand Limited 2007. (Source)

The police took 25 minutes to arrive at the scene.

The police prevented ambulance crew from entering the victim’s store for another 20 minutes, a total of 45 minutes after they were called to help the victim!

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7 Responses to “Let Me Define Your Rights”

  1. […] Let Me Define Your Rights […]

  2. […] police took 25 minutes to arrive at the scene. They then prevented the ambulance crew from entering the victim’s store for another 20 minutes, a total of 45 minutes after they were called to help the […]

  3. hear hear said

    [hear, hear! Moderator]

  4. Maitreya said

    Sir
    Please tell me the fate of Indian Origin cricketers like Sodhi are playing on behalf of NZ cricket team at international level. Were they proned to racism.

    • te2ataria said

      Perhaps cricketers like Sodhi would be the best people to answer your question. However, in our experience, racism is like plague; it doesn’t distinguish whether the victim is an Indian taxi driver, shopkeeper or cricketer.

      Racism is a White European plague. Research the plight of coloured professional footballers in England, for example. Although things have been improving somewhat over there in recent years.

      • Maitreya said

        Sir,

        1)Then how a Sikh makes as an elected MP into the Parliament? what’s the catch? (Nowhere I m seeing racism).

        2)Secondly,When a Sikh saves a child from road accident, he was made hero in the media and was provided house furniture. The Pakeha were also being polite with respect to him.

        3)The numbers of Sikh Cops are increasing!!(where is racism in police force!)

        In these cases I m not seeing any kind of racism.

        With respect to above evidence, I want to ask u whether, Engineer like me are suitable to work as Railroad track engineer in Kiwi Rail , as I m currently doing my diploma in Railtrack eng from India (colored)? I mean whether is it safe for me to join in that Railway organization?

        • te2ataria said

          We’ve reported the plights of dozens of Indian nationals, Sikhs or wot not, who became statistics in New Zealand, despite the official, British Raj-style “window dressings” and the “gatekeepers.” But, to anyone who insists to remain in their own reality bubble we have just one thing to say:
          Good Luck!!

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