February 16, 2018
New Zealand was much less lucky than America on the native front.
FOR a quiet country, New Zealand has a peculiar problem with gangs. It is reckoned to have one of the highest membership rates in the world. In a population of 4.7m, police count over 5,300 mobsters or “prospects” who are angling to join. Cumulatively, that makes the groups larger than the army. Bikers like the Hells Angels and posses from Australia are among its 25 recognised groups, but two Maori crews dominate: Black Power and the Mongrel Mob. They are remarkable for their subcultures as much as for their size. Members signal their allegiance by sewing patches onto leather jackets or branding themselves with dense tattoos. A closed fist marks Black Power, which took its name from the American civil-rights movement, and a British bulldog signals the Mongrels. In all, Maori people make up three-quarters of the country’s gangsters.
So basically, they have a bunch of gooks with some part-gooks running around with Swastikas on them.
And those gooks fight another bunch of gooks who call themselves “Black Power” despite not having any niggers in their gang and surely hating niggers if they ever actually met them.
And the British people who came to these islands thought it was a good idea to not wipe them off the face of the fucking planet?
They have dominated the gang world since the 1970s, when many had moved to the cities where they endured discrimination and ended up in poverty because of difficulties finding work. Opportunities have improved since, but life is often harder for indigenous people than for other New Zealanders. They do worse in school, suffer poorer health and die younger.
Yeah, I’m sure that’s what happened.
Pacific Islanders average an IQ of around 85 (same as the niggers in America) but the Maori in New Zealand have a lot of White blood in them, so they’re around 90.
But that has nothing to do with them being poor, since it’s all because of discrimination and stuff.
Some turn to the gangs in search of power or oblivion. Some become members in jail, forced to join a crew simply to protect themselves. Others seek something more positive: whanau, or community. Many recruits join simply because their fathers are members. The gangs, they say, are like a family.
Today much of the gangs’ criminal activities relate to drugs. Corrections officers say that foreign syndicates use the biker groups to distribute methamphetamines. Gang members account for over 14% of the charges of conspiracy to deal methamphetamines, and of murder, laid in New Zealand. They fill about a third of prison cells. This partly explains why over half of all the nation’s inmates are Maori, although they make up only 15% of the population.
The part that explains why they’re in gangs to begin with will remain a complete mystery till the end of time.
At least to the guy who wrote this article.
The popularity of methamptamines within the gangs has also undermined them. A handful of leaders have banned the drug’s consumption after witnessing the damages its has wrought on their communities. Some have attempted to clean up their branches in other ways.
The groups used to have horrific reputations for gang rape, but Black Power now prohibits it, and has also moved to reduce domestic violence more generally.Female associates of that group and of the Mongrel Mob report that their lives are much improved.
Wow… They sound like the most cucked criminals I’ve ever heard of.
But while reform-minded members of the more established groups are maturing, a younger set of L.A.-style street gangs is rising in New Zealand, many of them Maori and Polynesian. Their bling-obsessed teenage recruits are violent and unpredictable—and are quickly filling up the prisons.
What did I tell you?