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Singapore DISCRIMINATES against its own citizens by not returning their CPF savings.

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This advertisement/flyer has been distributed to all households in Singapore (Population: 6.5 million) warning Singaporeans not to invest in NZ properties/or in business/or associate with people who discriminate - the Kiwis who worked in Singapore can collect their Singapore CPF savings tax-free, like John Key, but Singaporeans in NZ have their CPF savings stolen by the crooked Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development, Brendan Boyle. There have been previous Chief Executives before Brendan Boyle and ex-Prime Minister John Key, as the CPF savings scheme was started by the British government in 1955 when Singapore was a British colony - why didn't those Chief Executives rule the Singapore CPF is a pension? Answer: Because their parents taught them the difference between RIGHT and WRONG - unlike Brendan Boyle and John Key. The recent National Party filth made public by their own National MP, Jamie-Lee Ross, is proof of the rot of NZ under the National government, and the present Labour government is no better because they have betrayed the victims of Section 70 - Winston Peters asked for donations from retirees before the election promising to abolish Section 70, but now, he is hiding under the skirt of the PM who before she was elected stated on video record that Section 70 was unfair to law-abiding immigrants. Why is she silent and apathetic now? The Labour Manifesto of 2014 [page 9] also stated Section 70 was discriminatory and unfair.

DISCRIMINATION MADE LEGAL IN NEW ZEELAND

Warning to all Singaporeans

Do not move to New Zealand because the New Zealand government discriminates against Singaporeans. The NZ government will pay full pensions to all nationalities except Singaporeans as the monthly refund to Singaporeans by the CPF Board will be swallowed up by the NZ government’s Ministry of Social Development. This discrimination has been made legal by the NZ Court of Appeal as it denied the right of Singaporeans to proceed to the Court of Appeal after unfair decisions of the Social Security Appeal Authority and the High Court which substituted the word CPF “refund” to become “payment”, “periodical allowance” and pension”.

The Chairwoman of the Social Security Appeal Authority, who had a conviction for unfairness against her tenant (http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-pos...erty/8864917/Lawyer-ordered-to-refund-tenants) , ruled that, “[32] The appellant says the payment (refund) he receives is not a benefit or a pension. Section 70 refers to benefits, pensions and periodical allowances. The payment at issue in this appeal is a payment (refund) he is entitled to receive monthly. It is a periodical payment.

[33] The amount received by the appellant is paid (refunded) periodically and is payable on the appellant attaining a particular age. It is intended by the Singapore Government primarily to replace income on retirement or old age. We are in no doubt the payment (refund) the appellant receives constitutes a periodical allowance.”

[34] In addition, the New Zealand Oxford Dictionary defines “pension” as: 1. A regular payment made by a government to people above a specified age, to widows or to the disabled. The payments (refunds) made to the appellant also readily fall within a commonly understood meaning of “pension”.

Note: The appellant’s words “refunds”, which is the actual truth, had been substituted by the Social Security Appeal Authority with “payments”. This play on choice definitions of words is an affront to fairness, morality, principles and natural justice.

The High Court Judge Brewer (http://www.kiwisfirst.com/judge-file-index/high-court-justice-timothy-brewer/) in his judgement NZHC 711 of 11 April 2017) ruled, “[18] In my view, the Authority is correct. The appellant’s monthly payments (refunds) were made at an amount and frequency determined by Singaporean law regulating the CPF. It was certainly a periodical allowance. Whether the payments amount to a pension is more problematic. The payments were made by (or on behalf of) the Government of Singapore, but not from funds contributed by the public generally. Nevertheless, I characterise the payments (refunds) as a pension. They came from money collected by the Government compulsorily from the appellant and his employers.

From 1997-2001 he was a part-time Commissioner of the Law Commission.As a Crown lawyer, Justice Brewer was behind the unlawful cover-up of NZ Army culpability in the 1994 Te Rata (Berryman) bridge collapse which resulted in the wrongful death of beekeeper Kenneth Richards. Brewer had the engineer’s investigative report (the Butcher Report) into the collapse materially altered to expunge reference to the poor construction by the NZ Army just eight years earlier.Justice Brewer joined the Territorial Force of the New Zealand Army in 1976; appointed a member of the Courts Martial Panel of Advocates in 2001; Judge-Advocate from 2004-2009 and a Judge of the Court Martial of New Zealand from 2009. He retired in 2009 as Director-General Reserve Forces with the rank of Brigadier.Justice Brewer was appointed an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2003.

The Court of Appeal (CA 235/2017 – NZCA 369) denied the right of Singaporeans to appeal against two unfair decisions of two, not 100% PURE NZ people, stating – Decision: “[12] The appellant did not confine his submissions on the leave application to the proposed questions of law. For example, he advanced submissions under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990, the Privacy Act 1993 and Magna Carta. We will address only those submissions that are relevant to the specific questions of law for which leave to bring a second appeal is sought. [13] We accept the appellant’s submissions that the proposed appeal raises an issue of some potential general or public importance to the extent that other Singaporean citizens who are entitled to receive New Zealand Superannuation may also be affected by their entitlements under the Fund. However, for the reasons that follow, we are satisfied that the application for leave to bring a second appeal must be declined because it has no realistic prospect of success..... There is no appearance of error or of a miscarriage of justice.”

Conclusion: The end result is the same – Discrimination against Singaporeans by the New Zealand government, no matter how the judiciary defines CPF refunds, which their ex-Premier John Key and thousands of Kiwis who had worked in Singapore had collected their CPF savings tax-free.

The hijacked CPF savings of Singaporeans, refunded monthly, are “taxed 100%” by the New Zealand government and deemed a pension, payment, periodical allowance and a benefit, while all other nationalities retain their own savings tax-free.

The fact that Singapore discriminates against its own citizens is compounded by New Zealand which perpetuates this crime, despite their 1993 New Zealand Human Rights Act which clearly stated, discrimination by nationality, whether directly or indirectly is unlawful.

So Singaporeans should beware and not invest in a country that discriminates against them – just like this website warning immigrants - Yet the Singapore government sends its soldiers to New Zealand for training, has its fighter jets at an airbase here, and the GIC invested billions of CPF money in New Zealand’s “property bubble” market. It is about time that the Singapore government realises that New Zealand is indirectly forcing Singaporeans to discard their red passports and rapidly deplete the coffers of the Singapore CPF Board. If the New Zealand judiciary can define one nationality’s CPF savings as a pension, allowance, periodical payment and a benefit, other countries like the USA and Australia, may follow suit and soon, they may be a run on the people’s savings in the CPF Board, all started by New Zealand, which despite receiving large annual payments from the SAF/MINDEF, has no principles, conscience or gratitude and instead, discriminates against Singaporeans. This is the REAL New Zealand, not the slogan 100% PURE NZ it trumpets all over the world.

https://sites.google.com/a/nzpensionprotest.com/do-not-move-to-new-zealand/

Reference: https://www.sammyboy.com/threads/cpf-is-not-a-pension-fund.208837/page-6

https://www.amazon.com/Francis-Done/e/B079GWW2Z3/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1518434664&sr=1-1
Discrimination made legal against Singaporeans, British, Irish, Germans, Swiss, Croatians, Americans and Canadians."
Read all about it -

https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B079GWW2Z3
What are New Zealand values? Discrimination of one nationality, Fair Go, Equality for all nationalities?
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12134578

Winston Peters asked for donations from retirees before the election, promising to abolish Section 70 - after the election, he went walkabout, travelling the world, even going to England to watch rugby; now he is talking about values?
This advertisement/flyer has been distributed to all households in Singapore (Population: 6.5 million) warning Singaporeans not to invest in NZ properties/or in business/or associate with people who discriminate - the Kiwis who worked in Singapore can collect their Singapore CPF savings tax-free, like John Key, but Singaporeans in NZ have their CPF savings stolen by the crooked Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development, Brendan Boyle. MSD takes the savings of immigrants on the excuse that Kiwis who never worked overseas, do not have overseas benefits - a wise man once said, "If you never tasted food cooked overseas, you always think mum's cooking is the best."

https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B079GWW2Z3
 

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What are New Zealand values? Discrimination of one nationality, Fair Go, Equality for all nationalities?
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12134578

Winston Peters asked for donations from retirees before the election, promising to abolish Section 70 - after the election, he went walkabout, travelling the world, even going to England to watch rugby; now he is talking about values?
This advertisement/flyer has been distributed to all households in Singapore (Population: 6.5 million) warning Singaporeans not to invest in NZ properties/or in business/or associate with people who discriminate - the Kiwis who worked in Singapore can collect their Singapore CPF savings tax-free, like John Key, but Singaporeans in NZ have their CPF savings stolen by the crooked Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development, Brendan Boyle. MSD takes the savings of immigrants on the excuse that Kiwis who never worked overseas, do not have overseas benefits - a wise man once said, "If you never tasted food cooked overseas, you always think mum's cooking is the best."

https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B079GWW2Z3
For more than five years, Muslim representatives knocked on every door we could, we spoke at every possible forum. We pointed to the rise of vitriol and the rise of the alt-right in New Zealand

https://thespinoff.co.nz/society/17...21hTKS4DDG22zqnMip5amCHXS-ik5UlOyiAbdYQ3iouyU

Now 50 Muslims praying in the mosques are dead, and an equal number shot and critically injured and in hospital. :cry:
 

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Christchurch attack: Warnings about threat from white supremacists were ignored

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...eat-from-white-supremacists-were-ignored.html

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...ve-not-done-one-story-on-white-supremacy.html

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...h-about-new-zealand-s-white-supremacists.html

The Imam at Al Noor Mosque claims the accused gunman may have had help from other people in planning the attacks in Christchurch.
Gamal Fouda revealed more evidence, in an exclusive interview, of missed warning signs at the mosque before March 15.
Fouda told Newshub he made direct warnings about suspicious European visitors. He went on to say the police dismissed his concerns as "not serious".
On Sunday night, Newshub revealed the story of Phil Arps, the first man convicted of sharing the shooting video, and how he had previously delivered a pig's head to the mosque.
The Imam says Arps was just one of a number of suspected white supremacists who had harassed worshipers, and suggests the alleged gunman had help with planning the attack.
The holy month of Ramadan is underway, and Patrick Gower, Newshub's National Correspondent, was recently invited inside the Al Noor Mosque to watch the prayer.
It showed him what it is like when full of worshippers, as it was when the alleged gunman stormed in.
Photo credit: Getty
Forty-three of the 51 victims killed in the March 15 attack were shot there. The alleged gunman then went to the Linwood Islamic Centre where he opened fire again.

Unprecedented evil then became unprecedented support.
Fouda spoke in Hagley Park at the March memorial service.

After leading the prayers for Ramadan, he spoke to Newshub.
He said Ramadan is the month of "patience and love", but "hate" was still a real issue.
Fouda said before March 15, police ignored what he considers some clear warning signs about white supremacists.
Imam Fouda. Photo credit: Reuters
The first was one evening in late 2017, when two Europeans visited the mosque and were so rude to two worshipers, they were reported to police.
"We had two people here and they told them they are Muslims as well and these people in the mosque are not Muslims.
"And why do you come to our country? You can go back - one Somali person and a Bangledeshi person - and they swear at them with the 'f' word and we report them to the Police," Fouda told Newshub.
Islamic State believes all other Muslims are "non-believers" and therefore enemies.
So at first, the Imam feared the visitors were European Kiwis, radicalised by Islamic State - like 'Kiwi Jihadi' Mark Taylor.

Fouda shared his concerns with police, but, he said, they didn't think it was serious. So he tried to convince them again.

"I replied to the police and I said 'This is very dangerous... not only against Muslims, but against New Zealanders. So be careful, check them out' and they said 'No no this is not serious, we have other things to do'," Fouda told Newshub.
Given what has happened since, the Imam now believes the two visitors were actually white supremacists.
"Yes, because they said 'you're black, what [are] you doing in our country, go back to your country'," he said.
Fouda also revealed how police reassured him everything was fine last year.
A young man radicalised by Islamic State had planned a terror attack in Christchurch and the Imam was working with the agencies to re-educate him.
"But they assured us it is safe; the mosque is safe, but it turned out that this is not true," he told Newshub.
Phil Arps. Photo credit: Newshub.
Fouda said there was another concerning European visitor - not the accused gunman - just three weeks before the massacre.
"A person came here and I gave his photo to the police, from the camera."
The man said he wanted to learn about Islam, but he could tell he wasn't really interested.

"He was not focusing with me, and when I asked about his name, he said 'you can call me any name you want'," Fouda said.
"And I looked at his eyes - and I said 'yes I can call you any name I want but I want your real name'."
He now believes this man had bad intentions.
"It was very strange. [He] was a very strange person, yes," Fouda told Newshub.
But despite all the hate at the mosque, he still has a Ramadan message of love to the accused gunman's family in Australia.
"We are sending the message of love and compassion to all people even to the family of this nameless person," Fouda said.
The Imam is a forgiving religious leader, but since March 15, he is unable to forget the missed warnings.
"The rise of white supremacy and right-wing extremism is a great global threat to mankind and this must end now," he told Newshub.
So if you take into account the pig's head delivery, the Al Noor Mosque had at least three concerning visits by Europeans, who could be white supremacists, in the two years leading up to, and right before the attack.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has declined to be interviewed by Newshub.
"The investigation team is considering a wide range of information, and won't discuss specifics," he said.

Newshub.
 

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Christchurch attack: Warnings about threat from white supremacists were ignored

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...eat-from-white-supremacists-were-ignored.html

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...ve-not-done-one-story-on-white-supremacy.html

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-...h-about-new-zealand-s-white-supremacists.html

The Imam at Al Noor Mosque claims the accused gunman may have had help from other people in planning the attacks in Christchurch.
Gamal Fouda revealed more evidence, in an exclusive interview, of missed warning signs at the mosque before March 15.
Fouda told Newshub he made direct warnings about suspicious European visitors. He went on to say the police dismissed his concerns as "not serious".
On Sunday night, Newshub revealed the story of Phil Arps, the first man convicted of sharing the shooting video, and how he had previously delivered a pig's head to the mosque.
A post shared by Newshub (@newshubnz) on May 10, 2019 at 12:39am PDT​
The Imam says Arps was just one of a number of suspected white supremacists who had harassed worshipers, and suggests the alleged gunman had help with planning the attack.
The holy month of Ramadan is underway, and Patrick Gower, Newshub's National Correspondent, was recently invited inside the Al Noor Mosque to watch the prayer.
It showed him what it is like when full of worshippers, as it was when the alleged gunman stormed in.
Photo credit: Getty
Forty-three of the 51 victims killed in the March 15 attack were shot there. The alleged gunman then went to the Linwood Islamic Centre where he opened fire again.

Unprecedented evil then became unprecedented support.
Fouda spoke in Hagley Park at the March memorial service.

After leading the prayers for Ramadan, he spoke to Newshub.
He said Ramadan is the month of "patience and love", but "hate" was still a real issue.
Fouda said before March 15, police ignored what he considers some clear warning signs about white supremacists.
Imam Fouda. Photo credit: Reuters
The first was one evening in late 2017, when two Europeans visited the mosque and were so rude to two worshipers, they were reported to police.
"We had two people here and they told them they are Muslims as well and these people in the mosque are not Muslims.
"And why do you come to our country? You can go back - one Somali person and a Bangledeshi person - and they swear at them with the 'f' word and we report them to the Police," Fouda told Newshub.
Islamic State believes all other Muslims are "non-believers" and therefore enemies.
So at first, the Imam feared the visitors were European Kiwis, radicalised by Islamic State - like 'Kiwi Jihadi' Mark Taylor.

Fouda shared his concerns with police, but, he said, they didn't think it was serious. So he tried to convince them again.

"I replied to the police and I said 'This is very dangerous... not only against Muslims, but against New Zealanders. So be careful, check them out' and they said 'No no this is not serious, we have other things to do'," Fouda told Newshub.
Given what has happened since, the Imam now believes the two visitors were actually white supremacists.
"Yes, because they said 'you're black, what [are] you doing in our country, go back to your country'," he said.
Fouda also revealed how police reassured him everything was fine last year.
A young man radicalised by Islamic State had planned a terror attack in Christchurch and the Imam was working with the agencies to re-educate him.
"But they assured us it is safe; the mosque is safe, but it turned out that this is not true," he told Newshub.
Phil Arps. Photo credit: Newshub.
Fouda said there was another concerning European visitor - not the accused gunman - just three weeks before the massacre.
"A person came here and I gave his photo to the police, from the camera."
The man said he wanted to learn about Islam, but he could tell he wasn't really interested.

"He was not focusing with me, and when I asked about his name, he said 'you can call me any name you want'," Fouda said.
"And I looked at his eyes - and I said 'yes I can call you any name I want but I want your real name'."
He now believes this man had bad intentions.
"It was very strange. [He] was a very strange person, yes," Fouda told Newshub.
But despite all the hate at the mosque, he still has a Ramadan message of love to the accused gunman's family in Australia.
"We are sending the message of love and compassion to all people even to the family of this nameless person," Fouda said.
The Imam is a forgiving religious leader, but since March 15, he is unable to forget the missed warnings.
"The rise of white supremacy and right-wing extremism is a great global threat to mankind and this must end now," he told Newshub.
So if you take into account the pig's head delivery, the Al Noor Mosque had at least three concerning visits by Europeans, who could be white supremacists, in the two years leading up to, and right before the attack.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has declined to be interviewed by Newshub.
"The investigation team is considering a wide range of information, and won't discuss specifics," he said.

Newshub.
A short history of New Zealand’s racist refugee policy

https://thespinoff.co.nz/politics/2...LAdY4xRprPtd7vSytbiDea0#.XOxEWdxCMTo.facebook

Is it racist? 'Very serious questions' raised about fairness of NZ's refugee policy

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new...-questions-raised-fairness-nzs-refugee-policy
 

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Auckland family (Korean) told to leave New Zealand

"Get the f*** out of my country motherf***** before I exterminate you myself, your cat eating son of a b***."

Dead animals in mailbox, slashed tyres and death threats
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/...ymJ4uOhMbzi_qJ15zdT-aIiY5WNdAbZdG2i3OJlL8i1c8

A West Auckland family has been harassed for weeks, culminating in a letter telling them to get out of the country, or the writer will "exterminate you myself".
The campaign of hate began five weeks ago on May 26 when a car parked in the West Auckland family's garage and another out on the street had their tyres slashed.
The mother, 35, who asked not be identified due to safety concerns, said she notified police but they had told her it was probably just mischievous teenagers.
 
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