Radio interview with the new National Front leader

February 7th, 2009 at 4:11 pm by David Farrar

Oh this is wonderful listening. Mark Graham from George FM talks to Colin Ansell, current leader of the . They want to become a political party and their policies include:

  • state ownership of our assets and resources
  • taking back what has been sold
  • against more prisons – execute criminals after third strike
  • they are not against homosexuals, just want them deported – they can live elsewhere
  • want a ban on immigration until every NZer who wants a job has a job
  • would prevent homosexuals occurring by teaching the virtues of heterosexual behaviour
  • wants no sex outside marriage
  • thinks immigration should be white only
  • No issue with Jews nowadays, as they have their own country and they should go there. No need for them to live in NZ now.

If you have half an hour, listen to it – it really is funny – albeit unintentionally.

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16 Responses to “Radio interview with the new National Front leader”

  1. Peter (1,712 comments) says:

    Could have sworn it was a NZFirst interview….

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  2. LUCY (359 comments) says:

    Yep.

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  3. wikiriwhis business (3,996 comments) says:

    Well they are sticking to the roots of National Socialism. If only they would admit they were socialists!

    Socialism is a youthful fancy and should be treated as such. Unfortunately, people make money as socialists and there incurrs the rub, you never get too old for money!

    I for one outgrew my socialist tendencies as I’m sure many on this blog did. Tis a healthy part of growing up and raging against the machine until you do start growing up and thinking deeper.

    Unfortunately, it will take a few jail terms for this mans youthful adherents to advance themselves practically. An older but not wiser blind fool leading the poor deluded blind.

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  4. Jack5 (5,137 comments) says:

    Mr Farrar you could have saved me listening through that ramble if you had added that Ansell planned to vote NZ First or GREEN! Ansell said he had nothing in common with ACT or National. This came at the end of the interview with the NZ First/Green plug.

    Ansell’s economic views are quite socialist. For example he wants more SOEs. Sounds a bit like Labour or Green on this.

    On sex outside marriage Ansell’s views seem pretty similar to those of the more fundamentalist born-agains. Similarly on homosexuality.

    However, Ansell’s race views are more uniquely bizarre. He thinks Iranians are fine because they are Aryan, but Arabs aren’t.

    The interviewer did a good job, but laboured capital punishment a little. I have a vague recollection of reading that 30 to 35 per cent of NZers favour capital punishment, and Ansell was careful to reserve it for worst recidivists, citing Bell of the RSA killings and the Wellington lunatic whose leg was shot off by the police.

    Ansell will never be a threat in NZ. Not because his ideas are benign, but because the only way he would be voted in was if the whole country was stoned on election day.

    Ansell probably thinks MMP could help his National Front on the ground it helped Hitler gain power initially. The Greens were the driving force behind the introduction of MMP.

    Perhaps Ansell sees himself as a replacement for Locke.

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  5. Asher (11 comments) says:

    Colin King Ansell has a long history in fascist politics FYI:

    He founded the NZ Nazi Party back in the 1960s, was involved in the Fascist Union in the 1990s and involved in Unit 88 (88 is nazi-speak for Heil Hitler), a neo-Nazi gang.

    He was jailed for 18 months for fire-bombing a synagogue in Auckland. He’s also got a conviction for publishing an antisemitic leaflet.

    He made the news again in 2006 when it was revealed he was part of a business lobby group in his hometown of Hawera. See http://www.fightdemback.org/2006/06/17/its-not-so-good-to-be-the-king/ for details, including an interview.

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  6. Graeme Edgeler (3,289 comments) says:

    Ansell probably thinks MMP could help his National Front on the ground it helped Hitler gain power initially.

    You sure? I’d understood that MMP was imposed upon Germany after WWII to stop someone like Hitler ever getting power again (because it required coalitions, and a plurality couldn’t be used to gain a majority of power).

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  7. wikiriwhis business (3,996 comments) says:

    “(because it required coalitions, and a plurality couldn’t be used to gain a majority of power).”

    And that’s why we need to keep MMP here. After all this time MMP is proving itself and helped rid us of Liarbour and the Greens. In MMP I was able to support National by voting for Act.

    As much as I despise Liarbour I can’t vote National, but don’t treat me as a lost cause yet. The next three years could see a total change of heart. It’s been coming for the last thirty, so conversion could be imminent ;)

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  8. Jack5 (5,137 comments) says:

    Graeme Edgeler in a question wrote at 6.51pm: “Id understood that MMP was imposed upon Germany after WWII….”

    Graeme. MMP was the German voting system when Hitler first gained power. The only change made after World War 2, and after Allied military rule ended, was that the Germans introduced the 5 per cent threshold, which we adopted along with the German MMP system. The threshold was intended to reduce the number of tiny parties that existed in the Weimar governments of the 1920s and 1930s. These contributed to volatility.

    My understanding is that Hitler did not have an outright majority of the votes when he first took power, but gained this subsequently.

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  9. goodgod (1,348 comments) says:

    What would be interesting is to compare that list with what maori sovereignty groups want. There are nutjobs at both ends of the race politics spectrum. One is condoned and encouraged, the other reviled. That’s socialism for you.

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  10. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    Someone give me thier address please, I have unspent rounds.

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  11. bringbackthebiff (99 comments) says:

    No doubt few could agree with the extreme views of this mob, ensuring they will be lucky to reach 0.5% let alone the 5% threshold. However, why should those who oppose the multiculturalism myth be so pilloried. It is a sign of how brainwashed by the left we have become that we are so unwilling to engage in any dialogue which questions the way things have become. I would have thought it was a sovereign nations right to refuse entry across its borders to any person or group of persons it so chooses.

    For so long we were told we needed immigration to grow our economy. Population increase has only stimulated the economy through housing which is mainly off borrowed cash thus depressing balance of payments deficits.

    Are we really better off with a population of 4.5 million? Life in NZ was good, and it was a great place to grow up in the 70’s and we had half the population.

    Let these guys be, if they wanna stand on a platform of exporting gays, or execute petty criminals let em at it. Use you judgement and brain and decide for yourselves

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  12. kiki (425 comments) says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1544012/British-immigrants-face-a-hostile-reception-after-Maori-call-for-curb.html

    Yeah the country is full of these racist crack-pots and conspiracy theorists.

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  13. wikiriwhis business (3,996 comments) says:

    “Yeah the country is full of these racist crack-pots and conspiracy theorists.”

    This is more than a conspiracy theory. And it’s more than simply a whitening up of NZ.

    Australians are beginning to migrate here as well because of the reality of going without water.

    The Maori party are also deliberately ignoring the number of Maori who have vacated our shores for the Aussy lifestyle. And they are really doing well. I saw a piece from one Maori girl who claimed it was so good to get away from that Maori attitude of talking up their mates and family. She says over there (Australia) everyone is looked at as the same without constant criticism of those who aren’t related as is the habit of Maori to do.

    Apart from all that, Brits and other Euro can still move to Aussy. Canada is also a favourite destination.

    I would rather see more Euro’s than Chinese and Muslims. At the moment we’re being invaded by the communists and the fundamentalists. Both soul less and personless in their spirits. They will never intergrate.

    Let’s also remember, British police officers choose not to settle here during their tour of duties to NZ. Interesting considering Britain is far more criminal, racial and volatile than NZ.

    The above headline is total scare mongering and hyperbolic exaggeration. No one is stopping Maori growing and entering the middle class as they now are. The so called concerted push against Maori is where the real conspiracy theory lies.

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  14. bringbackthebiff (99 comments) says:

    Interesting article. It seems for Tariana that racism can only occur against non whites. Maybe she should move to South Africa or Zimbabwe, she’d be right at home

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  15. John Ansell (874 comments) says:

    I just wish he’d stick to his old name, King-Ansell. It’s not much fun having a Nazi namesake.

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  16. Lori (1 comment) says:

    Where can I listen to the interview?

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