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Let me tell you, make sure you read it all to the end. I almost deleted this message but was blessed when it came to an end.
Important: Read it only if you have time for God.
One day Satan and Jesus were talking. Satan just went to the Garden of Eden and he was messing and laughing, saying:
Yes sir. Just took a world full of people out there.
I set them up, used bait, I knew they couldn’t resist. They are all down!
What are you going to do with them? Jesus asked.
Ah I’m going to have fun with them. Satan replied. I will teach you how to marry
And divorce,
how to hate
and abuse each other,
drink drink drink drink
and smoke and of course I teach them how to invent guns and bombs to destroy each other.
I’m really going to have fun!
And what will you do when you get tired of them? Jesus asked him.
Ah, I’ll kill them. Satan said with a look full of hate and pride.
How much do you want for them? Jesus asked.
Ah, you don’t like those people. They are not good. Why would you want to take them. You take them and they hate you. They will spit in your face curse you and kill you. You don’t like those people!! How much? Jesus asked again. Satan looked at Jesus and answered sarcastically:
All your blood, tears and your life.
Jesus said, done!
And that’s how I pay the price.
I wonder how easy it is to disrespect God and then wonder why the world is going to hell
Funny how someone can say “I believe in God” and follow Satan.
Interestingly, you send thousands of messages with jokes via email that water like gunpowder, but when you start messaging referring to the Lord, do people think twice before sharing them?
Funny how people can be more concerned than others think of them than what God thinks.
10 things God didn’t ask you ‘
1-God will not ask you what model car you used; he will ask you how many people you have taken.
2-God will not ask you square meters of your house; he will ask you how many people you got in it.
3-God won’t ask you for a clothing brand in your closet; he will ask you how much you helped dress up.
4-God won’t ask you how high your salary was; he asked if you earned it clean.
5-God won’t ask you what your title was; ask you if you did your job with the best of your ability.
6-God won’t ask you how many friends you had; he will ask you how many people considered you as his friend.
7-God will not ask you which area you lived in; he asked you how you treated your neighbors.
8-God will not ask you about the color of your skin; He will ask you about the purity of your interior.
9-God will not ask you why it took so long to seek salvation; He will take you with love to his home in heaven, not to the gates of hell.
10-God won’t ask you how many people you have shared this message; he will simply ask you if you were embarrassed to do so…..
Jesus Christ said, ” If you deny me before friends, I will deny you before my Father. Today is the day to bless you, I bless you, I bless your heart your life your life, your home your family your projects and dreams, in Jesus name

Government documents reveal money can open restricted NZ borders


The decision to let the Avatar crew into New Zealand has irked those unable to get loved ones home.

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Money can’t buy you love but it may help grease the rusty hinges of New Zealand’s borders.

Government briefing documents released amid New Zealand’s post-Covid immigration quagmire show that those wanting an exemption to enter New Zealand look set to get an easier ride if they earn a salary of $106,000 – twice New Zealand’s average wage – or more.

The documents, compiled by officials, tell Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway and Economic Development Minister Phil Twyford that there is a need to clarify just what an “other essential worker” is.

So-called “other essential workers” so far given exemptions to enter New Zealand, while borders are largely closed amid the Covid-19 pandemic, include workers for two films, including the Avatar sequels, a mushroom expert, critical infrastructure workers, a specialist veterinarian, and those delivering a naval vessel.

Avatar crew allowed into NZ without basis in immigration rules
Husband, 81, stuck in UK desperate to be reunited with Kiwi wife and daughter
Coronavirus: Government makes changes to border exemptions, plans phased approach for re-opening

Officials have now proposed that essential workers could be put into two groups – workers here less than six months and those here longer.

Those planning to stay longer than six months would have to fit one of three criteria.

Top of that list was that they earned at least twice New Zealand’s average wage – at least $106,000 per year. The wage was an indicator of “high skills”, the documents say.

Economic Development Minister Phil Twyford has been told that those earning twice the average wage should have an eaiser path into NZ.
Economic Development Minister Phil Twyford has been told that those earning twice the average wage should have an eaiser path into NZ.

They could also be granted exemptions if their role was essential for government-associated science projects, or essential for a government-approved major event.

The documents further revealed government officials were reviewing criteria to ensure high-value workers were not being kept out.

“We will also consider how border exemptions could apply to high-value investors and our trade obligations related to the entry of business people into New Zealand.”

They outlined the criteria that those wanting short-term exemptions would need to meet.

Sheryn and Charles Scanlan can not be reunited until Immigration NZ lets him into New Zealand.
Sheryn and Charles Scanlan can not be reunited until Immigration NZ lets him into New Zealand.

They needed to have a “unique experience and technical or specialist skills” such as having a key role in a film, an Antarctic specialist, or a yacht designer for an America’s Cup team.

They could also get in for a project that was “significant” – such as a $100m-plus infrastructure project, and the project would be stopped or severely compromised if they were not allowed in.

That will likely be of little help to Masterton woman Sheryn Scanlan’s 81-year-old husband Charles, who is stuck in England, with Immigration New Zealand not allowing him to change his visa to allow him to join his family.

Scanlan was upset that the Government seemed to be going to great lengths to allow essential workers into the country but was happy to continue to keep families split apart.

“It makes me feel very angry because surely people come first.”

Charles Scanlan, a UK citizen, had plans to join his Kiwi wife and adult daughter in New Zealand in March but was stopped at Heathrow Airport the day we closed our borders.

Sheryn and Rachel Scanlan of Masterton can't understand why Immigration NZ won't let husband and father Charles Scanlan into the country.
Sheryn and Rachel Scanlan of Masterton can’t understand why Immigration NZ won’t let husband and father Charles Scanlan into the country.

Sheryn Scanlan said it was not just a fairness issue, but in her husband’s case, a welfare concern as he was rapidly losing weight and his isolation in coronavirus-ravaged UK was affecting his mental health.

“They’ve got to be fair across the board. He’s all on his own and I’m really concerned for his health.”

An Immigration NZ spokeswoman said the changes to border exceptions, that were announced on Friday, came into effect the end of this week. Some changes to maritime border rules would come into effect later in June.

Lees-Galloway replied that the “‘other essential worker’ category is focused on those roles that can have a significant economic benefit to New Zealand, where a New Zealander is not available.

“The salary is an indicator of the level of skills required,” he said. “The vast majority of people allowed in on border exceptions are families reuniting, humanitarian and health workers – around 90 percent at present. These exceptions are not linked to salary.”


The Assault on our Heritage

By K R Bolton

Published 14th June 2020.

The accidental death of a drugged up Black criminal, George Floyd, is being manipulated on a worldwide scale as part of an offensive against European heritages. In the USA the process of destroying monuments has been resumed, one such target being the beheading of a Christopher Columbus statue. Black Lives Matter is well funded by oligarchs such as the Rockefeller Foundation [1] and Soros’ Open Society Foundations, et al. It is the usual historical nexus between the Left and plutocracy. In Britain statues of historical figures are being removed.

In New Zealand the vandalising has been taking place for decades, a recent example being the paint splattered over a statue of Abel Tasman at Tahanui Beach, Nelson. The Maori Party has urged a Government enquiry into the removal of statues, street and place names reflecting the colonial heritage. [2] This seems likely to occur given the type of Government we have.

The process has already started in Hamilton. Here the Hamilton council promptly acceded to demands by a Kaumatua, Taitimu Maipi, to remove the statue of Captain John Hamilton, after whom Hamilton city is named. As I write the news is that the statue has already been removed. Mr Maipi threatened to remove the statue himself, and made reference to support from the Mongrel Mob. The statue had been splattered with red paint and attacked with a hammer by Mr Maipi in 2018, who was discharged without conviction. [3]

Captain Hamilton led the charge of his men on Gate Pa, Tauranga, in 1864. The action was to help constrain King Movement rebels. A newspaper correspondent gave an account when troops took possession after the failure of the first assault:

Three men of the 43rd L.I. were lying dead against the inner paling of the fence. On entering the Pa, within a few yards the bodies of four Captains of the 43rd were lying, and further on in line with the others, Colonel Booth of the same regiment was leaning against the rear palisade of the Pa, his spine smashed by a big Tower musket ball, and his arm broken. He was still living, and on being carried out saluted his General, and expressed his  regret at not having succeeded in carrying out his orders. Officers of the ships were lying stark dead in line with the others in the same trenches, and as they were alone must have been in advance of their men and fell while nobly leading themCaptain Hamilton, H.M.S. “Esk,” and Captain Muir of the 43rd, lay in the same trench, having fallen while leading their men. Captain Hamilton, of the 43rd, was lying against the fence, and was still breathing. He had been mortally wounded and left lying in the Pa all night amongst the enemy. Close by him were the bodies of Captains Glover and Utterton of the same regiment. In the centre rifle pit lay Lieutenant Hill of H.M.S. “Curacoa,” who was the senior surviving officer of H.M.S. “Orpheus,” lost on the Manukau Bar, February 7th., 1863. Poor Hill had lived long enough to bind up his wounds with strips of his handkerchief, though shot through the centre of the neck and both cheeks. The dead body of a sailor lay in the second trench, the head split in two across the face by a tomahawk blow, entirely emptying the brain. The Gunner of H.M.S. “Miranda,” (Mr Watt) had his head severed from crown to lower jaw by one cut from a tomahawk, the cut passing straight through the nose. Captain Hamilton, H.M.S. “Esk,” lay with a gun shot wound in the temple through which the brain was protruding, but still alive.”

The rings, watches, money, trinkets, clothing, etc., of our dead, were untouched. This was the finest action of the enemy through the struggle. No one expected it, or could have believed that the exultant rebels would refrain from satiating their passion for revenge by mutilating the helpless bodies. But thank God; it was not so. They had previously determined on a chivalrous and honourable method of carrying on the war, and most scrupulously observed it’ [4]

There are several salient points about this account: (1) The bravery of the colonial soldiers, notably so that of Captain Hamilton and other officers. (2) The chivalric manner by which the Maori treated the defeated troops, as they had promised. This was not always the case; hence allusions in the closing paragraph of the above account to refraining “from satiating their passion for revenge by mutilating the helpless bodies”. This is a reminder of the chivalry that can exist between enemies with a sense of honour. It is difficult to discern any such honour among those who now creep about vandalising monuments, and those who have them torn down. It is tantamount to grave desecration.

The next logical step is for the name of Hamilton City to be changed. Mr Maipi is already urging this, stating that the city should be named after the village, Kirikiriroa, meaning “long stretch of gravel”.

It is to be supposed that only Europeans are “guilty of colonialism”, and that this has resulted in a legacy of “white privilege.” To suppose that there was any such “white privilege” other than that of a small number of oligarchs who know only commitment to money and have no bond of race kinship, is to consign the suffering of Britons, Scot, Irish and other Europeans, under industrialism to the Memory Hole. In their new-found zeal for “identity politics,” this requires the Left to ignore the socialist classic by Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Cass in England (1845)which provides a documented account of how our forefathers actually lived; where “white privilege” was not very conspicuous.

Colonialism is part of the history of many races throughout the world. Prior to European colonialism there was no conception of Maori as a unified race or people. Tribal warfare for the conquest of land was a manifestation of colonialism. The Tainui expanded their land at the cost of others, no different from the manner by which Europeans, Asians and Arabs (or African and Indians tribes) expanded their territories for living space and resources. Does it need reminding that the reason why Britain, reluctant by that stage to extend its Empire further, colonised New Zealand at the request of Maori eager to benefit from British law? Some might wish, the way the Euro-New Zealanders and our forefathers have been continually denigrated, that the British Establishment had refrained from this exercise in British liberal do-goodism.

Further Reading: Gate Pa and Te Ranga – The Full Story, by John Robinson and John McLean, Tross Publications, 2020;

[1] Statement of Violence against Black Americans, Rockefeller Foundation,

[2] We Can’t be Blind to Racism, Stuff, 11 June 2020;

[3] Man Vows to Tear Captain Hamilton Statue Down, Stuff, 12 June 2018;

[4] A Sad SightThe Story of Gate Pa