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The Racist Education System

Peter Zohrab 2021

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The Lying Ideological Background

Unfortunately, there are almost no intellectual, academic or ethical standards governing journalists' behaviour. In fact, journalism school employees and employers of journalists have a bias in favour of Left-wing, unintelligent journalists, like themselves.

In my recent article on Racist and Sexist Predetermination in the Media, I pointed out that many journalists are infected with an evil tendency to predetermine racial and gender issues. They base themelves on little or no evidence, but produce conclusions which sound as if they were evidence-based. As an example, I pointed out that the introductory sentence of the Newsroom article "Our racist education system" stated that New Zealand had one of the least equal education systems in the world and that colonisation and racism were largely to blame. However, the journalist made absolutely no mention of any actual evidence for the conclusion that colonisation and racism were largely to blame.

And as I pointed out in my article Paul McCartney and Gated Communities:

"Political Correctness assumes that racism is what the White Majority feels and/or does to minority ethnic groups. Just as Feminists do not actually deny that women are violent -- they just don't mention it, until forced to -- so Political Correctness does not actually deny that ethnic groups are racist -- it just doesn't apply the term "racist" to ethnic minorities, except on rare occasions, such as when accusing New Zealand Maori politician Winston Peters of racism towards Asians.

I recently saw a documentary on a Californian gated community, in which the White journalist casually described the residents (most of whom were White) as racist -- on the basis of little evidence. On the other hand, when it was pointed out to him that, all over the United States, ethnic communities grouped themselves into communities, there was no hint from the journalist that this might be racist! Yet, all over the World, ethnic groups are, and probably always have been, fighting each other -- presumably partly because of racism. But, when these same groups settle in rich countries with a White majority, the notion that they might be racist just does not occur to the Politically Correct!

In New Zealand, there was a court case concerning some Pacific Island males who killed a Chinese male pizza-deliverer for money. They appealed, and page 5 of the judgment (Rapira Riki v R CA318/02) states:

'Casie Rawiri, who at 20 was the only adult involved in the planning, had stipulated at an early meeting that the robbery was not to go ahead if the driver was a woman or a Pacific Islander.'

That is clearly an example of racism and sexism, but I have never heard or seen anyone comment on that. There is just no indignation about ethnic minority racism or about anti-male sexism. It is as if it did not exist."


Anti-White Racism in the Education System

Here are some examples:

  1. When I was a teacher at Tararua College (in Pahiatua), I ran a chess club for students every lunchtime. Chess is not a major sport in New Zealand, but plenty of (male) students turned up, including one Maori boy, who was top of the chess ladder for a long time. After some time, one White student suddenly improved, and took over the top spot, which eventually earned him a trophy, I recall. I felt sorry for the Maori boy, who -- being the only Maori there -- was a bit like a mascot, so I gave him a portable chess set of my own as a prize for second place. That amounted to racist favouritism on my part, since I doubt that I would have given a second prize to him, if he had been White. I suspect that this type of pro-Maori favouritism occurs quite frequently.

  2. At the same school, a Maori ex-student, who was apparently a gang prospect, came and placed a radio outside a block of classrooms where classes were being held and turned it on loudly. When I took the radio away and turned it off, he objected and put his fist in my side (until I told him to take it out), but he immediately obeyed and went over to a Maori teacher when he called him. That was a clear case of anti-White racism, as far as I can see.

  3. At another school, a male Maori teacher suddenly died (of a heart attack, I think). Since the only interaction with him that I had ever had had involved his being rude to me, I did not go to his funeral. My boss, however, had tried to get me to go to his funeral, implying that my promotion prospects would be improved if I went. This shows how people who rise to the top in New Zealand have to ingratiate themselves with Maoris and other possible sources of criticism, such as Feminists. I am reminded of the fact that the former Chief Justice, Sian Elias, was a friend of the Maori High Court judge, Lowell Goddard, who once turned down my appeal against a false conviction. Presumably, they both helped each other get promoted, since the legal profession seems to be more about who you know than what you know. Lowell Goddard was not considered a very competent judge and in fact was fired from her position in a child abuse inquiry in England. Presumably, some politicians and senior legal people thought that it would be nice to have a female Maori judge -- no matter how incompetent! If some competent White male had been made a judge instead of Lowell Goddard, I might have won my appeal in the High Court. New Zealand's productivity is low, probably because people are appointed and promoted on the basis of being Maori or female, etc., rather than on the basis of their ability.

  4. The worst case of Maori racism that I have experienced in the education system occurred when I applied to teach English as a Foreign Language at Wellington Polytechnic (which is now part of Massey University). My application was rejected for the reason that the Maori language department staff objected to sharing facilities with me, because they disagreed with my views on racial matters! That was a clear case of a breach of my Human Rights, but it did not occur me to challenge it at the time. Now that Maoris are demanding and getting more senior positions in more places, I expect that everyone will gradually be forced to have views that Maoris agree with.

I have had my Human Rights breached by other ethnic groups and by (female and male) Feminists, as well.


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Peter Douglas Zohrab

Latest Update

26 February 2022