Category Archives: NZ Human Rights

McBLOG: Who’s being sacked because of “no jab no job”? — Family First NZ

We asked kiwis what kind of jobs they were losing under the “no jab no job” policy. You may be shocked by just how far this mandate is extending – despite political assurances that this … McBLOG: Who’s being sacked because of “no jab no job”? Read More » The post McBLOG: Who’s being sacked…

McBLOG: Who’s being sacked because of “no jab no job”? — Family First NZ

Vaccinate or starve? — Right to Life New Zealand

Media Release 31 October 2021 The actions of the Labour government are an increasing threat to the human rights of New Zealanders. It is the duty of the state to protect the human rights of all New Zealanders from conception to natural death.  Right to Life is disappointed that that the churches, who should be…

Vaccinate or starve? — Right to Life New Zealand

Government an increasing threat to human rights? — Right to Life New Zealand

Media Release 15 August 2021 Right to Life believes that the government of Jacinda Ardern is increasingly threatening our human rights. This is the most anti-life government that New Zealand has ever had. The first duty of government is to protect the right to life of every New Zealander from conception to natural death, it…

via Government an increasing threat to human rights? — Right to Life New Zealand

Time to Abolish Human Rights Commission — The BFD

David SeymourACT Leader The revelation that Paul Hunt gave money to a criminal organisation is further evidence that the Human Rights Commission must be abolished. The Commission gave koha to the Mongrel Mob. Image credit The BFD. This morning we learned that the Commission gave koha to the Mongrel Mob at the same time it…

via Time to Abolish Human Rights Commission — The BFD

One Informal Complaint Over 10 Years Re ‘Conversion Therapy’ — Family First NZ

Media Release 15 March 2021 The Human Rights Commission in response to an Official Information Act request from Family First NZ has admitted that there has only been one informal complaint and no formal complaints in the past 10 years in relation to ‘conversion therapy’. A ‘formal complaint’ is where the other party is notified…

via One Informal Complaint Over 10 Years Re ‘Conversion Therapy’ — Family First NZ

Birth Certificates To Be Based On Ideology Not Biology — Family First NZ

Media Release 14 March 2021 The Government has confirmed it will push through a law change which will deem birth certificates meaningless. Birth certificates will be based on the choice of the person, including the fact that no medical evidence is required for the change. “By choosing your own gender in your birth certificate, the…

via Birth Certificates To Be Based On Ideology Not Biology — Family First NZ

Simon Finally Grows a Pair (Sort of) — The BFD

This month the Human Rights Commission released their October report. In it, they called for amongst other things warm and dry homes and fair pay wrapping them up in the concept of “rights”. In response, ACT leader David Seymour and Simon Bridges both took issue with what was said. ACT leader David Seymour this week…

via Simon Finally Grows a Pair (Sort of) — The BFD

I’ll carry one when Nicky Hager does — Kiwiblog

Newsroom reports: A private sector proposal to produce and distribute five million Bluetooth-enabled credit card-sized contact tracing tools at a cost of $100 million is one of “a wide variety of technological solutions to contact tracing”, a spokesperson for the All of Government Covid-19 response team has confirmed.The idea, branded CovidCard, is one of a handful that the Government…

via I’ll carry one when Nicky Hager does — Kiwiblog

Hate speech laws are imminent — Kiwiblog

Stuff reports: Proposed hate speech laws for New Zealand are imminent.Justice Minister Andrew Little told Stuff the Government is bringing forward changes around hate speech, but shaping a law had taken time.A number of options were now “working their way through” the cabinet process, he said.“The review of our hate speech laws are in the final stages. I…

via Hate speech laws are imminent — Kiwiblog

Why Has Jacinda Ardern Betrayed The Disability Sector? — Right to Life New Zealand

More than half of the unborn children in New Zealand with Down syndrome are killed before they are born. This is a violation of their human rights and a crime against humanity. Right to Life believes that this is state sponsored genocide, disguised as health care, against a clearly defined group within our community. Can…

via Why Has Jacinda Ardern Betrayed The Disability Sector? — Right to Life New Zealand

Ghahraman & Davidson’s Selective Take on Human Rights — The BFD | Media

 

Golriz Gharaman and Marama Davidson have many times been the target of protests from Jewish groups, including the Israel Institute of NZ, for looking at the Palestinian situation with one eye shut. They ignore the constant violence and killings by Palestinians and criticise Israel for defending its borders and its people. This from last year.…

via Ghahraman & Davidson’s Selective Take on Human Rights — The BFD | Media

Radical Abortion Law Reform Is Deeply Anti-Human Rights — Family First NZ

 

Media Release 4 August 2019 Family First NZ is shocked and dismayed with the Government’s coming release tomorrow of attempts to radically liberalise abortion laws, and says it is deeply anti-human rights. “The focus of this proposed abortion policy shift is entirely on women having a right to an abortion, but completely ignores both the status of…

via Radical Abortion Law Reform Is Deeply Anti-Human Rights — Family First NZ

So good of them to help advise us — Kiwiblog

The Herald reported: New Zealand has received advice from a wide range of countries on how to improve its human rights, including from Venezuela, Russia, Syria and Myanmar.The advice is included in the United Nations Human Rights Council draft report on New Zealand. That’s lovely that Russia, Syria and Venezuela could share their expertise with…

via So good of them to help advise us — Kiwiblog

Saudi Arabia is about to judge NZ’s human rights record — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The country with one of the worst human rights records in history, where women are oppressed, which still enforces the death penalty, carries out public executions and has even been known to crucify people – yes, literally – is about to make judgement on New Zealand’s human rights record. Yes. You read that right. No.…

via Saudi Arabia is about to judge NZ’s human rights record — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Privacy Commissioner makes error of judgement — Right to Life New Zealand

 

Right to Life believes that the Privacy Commissioner, John Edwards, has made a fundemental error of judgement in his submission to the law Commision by recommending that abortion be taken out of the Crimes Act and made a “reproductive choice for women.” The Commissioner made the astounding claim that having abortion included under the Crimes Act…

via Privacy Commissioner makes error of judgement — Right to Life New Zealand

“It’s basically human rights day!” as Greens support waka jumping bill — Your NZ

On Wednesday Green MP Golriz Ghahraman claimed “It’s been a GREAT day in the House…it’s basically human rights day!” – on a day that Greens failed to put one MP up to speak on Winston Peters’ ‘waka jumping’ bill that had raised concerns of a ‘chilling effect’ from New Zealand’s Chief Human Rights Commissioner. It’s […]

via “It’s basically human rights day!” as Greens support waka jumping bill — Your NZ

Does the HRC support free speech? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

 

Based on their past actions I do not believe that the New Zealand Human Rights Commission will support free speech for all New Zealanders. They have shown themselves to be focussed instead on silencing and punishing the majority for daring to hurt the feelings of their favourite victimhood groups. The Human Rights Commission appear…

via Does the HRC support free speech? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Disgraced Mohammad Anwar Sahib made welcome by Counties Manukau police — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The above Facebook video shows Mr Rakesh Naidoo, who is New Zealand Police Inspector on secondment to the Human Rights Commision, with disgraced Imam Dr Anwar Sahib. Both men were welcomed to the non-diverse ‘diversity dinner’ held by Counties Manukau Police last week. It is appalling that a man like Dr Anwar Sahib should be treated…

via Disgraced Mohammad Anwar Sahib made welcome by Counties Manukau police — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Lindsay Perigo on freedom of speech — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Chris Lynch interviewed Lindsay Perigo yesterday morning regarding freedom of speech. Later, Professor Paul Moon came on, then David Seymour, who suggested the Human Rights Commission should be scrapped. Lindsay Perigo makes very good points about the Human Rights Commission and their attempts to stifle freedom of speech in New Zealand. Perhaps the abolition…

via Lindsay Perigo on freedom of speech — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Beware the hate speech censors — Kiwiblog

The Herald reports: The Human Rights Act already includes provisions that cover both civil and criminal liability in relation to incitement of racial disharmony. However, there is a extremely high threshold – which in some instances requires the consent of the Attorney-General – before a prosecution can be laid. It should be a very high…

via Beware the hate speech censors — Kiwiblog

A letter to the New Zealand Human Rights Commission — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

To Whom it may concern I have heard that the Human Rights Commission is recommending a law to protect Islam: a so-called “disharmonious speech” law. Please don’t go ahead with this action. It is completely unacceptable and I will provide you with the evidence below to make my case. You are defending an ideology that…

via A letter to the New Zealand Human Rights Commission — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Sorry, diversity score is too low, so no offence can be taken — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

When the minister for non-males Ms Julie Anne Genter made her pronouncement that it was time for old white men to move off corporate boards to make way for diversity, a number of Oilers fired off a complaint to the Human Rights Commission. Mine looked like this: (as fed back from the HRC website) Who…

via Sorry, diversity score is too low, so no offence can be taken — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Human rights tribunal ‘in danger of collapsing’ under backlog — New Zealand Herald – Top Stories

The tribunal dedicated to protecting the human rights of New Zealanders is in danger of “collapsing” under a massive backlog over which the previous government had been repeatedly warned. Documents obtained …

via Human rights tribunal ‘in danger of collapsing’ under backlog — New Zealand Herald – Top Stories

When will the Human Rights Commission shut down Shakespeare Pop-Up Globe? — The Daily Blog

One would have thought the Human Rights Commission had bigger fish to fry, like, oh I don’t know, finding the funding so they can actually hold the Police to account, but apparently not… Pak ‘n Save’s responsible drinking video ‘discriminatory and harmful’, Human Rights Commission says A Pak ‘n Save ad featuring men dressed as…

via When will the Human Rights Commission shut down Shakespeare Pop-Up Globe? — The Daily Blog

Greater protections under Bill of Rights — Your NZ

Cabinet today approved of greater protections under the New Zealand Bill of Rights: Government to provide greater protection of rights under the NZ Bill of Rights Act 1990 Cabinet has approved, in principle, a move to amend the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 to provide a statutory power for the senior courts to […]

via Greater protections under Bill of Rights — Your NZ

Problems at the Human Rights Commission… more to come — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The Human Rights Commission is mired in a sexual harassment scandal, but it won’t be the only scandal that hits them this year: A sexual harassment scandal at the Human Rights Commission could undermine public trust in the organisation, an advocacy group says. On Sunday, Stuff revealed a young American woman cut short her internship at the commission after she was groped…

via Problems at the Human Rights Commission… more to come — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

NZ Human Rights Commission protects our delicate sensibilities — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Knitted dolls can be dangerous I hear particularly if they are black. Cloth dolls also can be extremely harmful if they are… er black. I am not being Raaaacist when I say this because it is none other than the NZ Human Rights Commission who is so determined to protect the delicate sensibilities of people…

via NZ Human Rights Commission protects our delicate sensibilities — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Bob Jones is so going to be in trouble for this column — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Bob Jones is tempting fate commenting on the Human Rights Commission, middle-aged fat women, fairydom, and general female lunacy: Continuing on, a feature story in that same richly entertaining edition brought back memories of an argument with my Auckland office 18 months ago when I learned they were dealing with the Human Rights Commission. We’re…

via Bob Jones is so going to be in trouble for this column — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The NZ Human Rights Commission: 2017 highlights and lowlights — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Kia ora Juana, 2017 has been a big year for the Commission and for human rights in New Zealand. We’ve been able to achieve some incredible things and bring attention to a number of important issues […] Thousands of Kiwis have signed petitions, read the stories of survivors, given nothing to racism, shared the Commission’s videos…

via The NZ Human Rights Commission: 2017 highlights and lowlights — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Wigged Wally continues to make a mockery of our criminal justice system — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Famous for successfully claiming that his hairpiece was a human right, convicted murderer and child molester Phillip Smith is yet again claiming that his human rights have been breached. Smith sexually abused a young boy and then stabbed the boy’s father to death when he tried to protect his son so I have zero sympathy for…

via Wigged Wally continues to make a mockery of our criminal justice system — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media