Sir Bob Jones

The Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon has written to our political parties urging them to lay off racism in the coming election campaign.

His letter has been joyfully spread by its recipients around the capital and for all I know, elsewhere.

Inexplicably half of it is in Maori, God knows why as to the best of my knowledge none of our Party leaders speak it.

Anyway, frankly it’s overdue, especially with Jacinda. On the occasions I’ve met her I’ve been shocked by her vicious attacks on Paraguayans in particular, but also Bulgarians. Plainly she’s had a bad experience with both.

The question is whether Meng Foon will act on this, or do Bulgarian and Paraguayans being white not count?

Personally, I don’t mind Jacinda’s rubbishing Bulgarians but I do object to her attacks on Paraguayans for a damn good reason.

That is the Guarani indigenous girls are all stunners and therefore can do no wrong in my eyes.

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Bob Jones
Sir Robert ‘Bob’ Jones — now New Zealand’s largest private office building owner in Wellington and Auckland, and with substantial holdings in Sydney and Glasgow, totalling in excess of two billion dollars — is a property investor, author and former politician, who has written fiction as well as books on property investment, selections of his newspaper and magazine columns, and reminiscences of former prime minister Robert Muldoon. While at Victoria University of Wellington, he earned a ‘blue’ in boxing and contributed to a boxing column in the university’s newspaper Salient. A multi-millionaire, Jones earned his wealth through investments in commercial property via his company Robt. Jones Holdings Ltd. He founded and led the New Zealand Party in 1983. In 1989 he was made a Knight Bachelor in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, and in received the New Zealand 1990 Commemorative Medal.