New Zealand discriminates against Singaporeans

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Is the New Zealand Human Rights Commission independent as they claim on their webpage? OR are they beholden to the government in order to receive more funding?

Singaporeans discriminated by the New Zealand Ministry of Social Development

THE NZ HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION TURNS A BLIND EYE ON THESE CASES AND ENGINEERED PROLONGED DELAYS TO STONEWALL WHAT IS A SIMPLE ISSUE OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST ONE NATIONALITY BECAUSE NO OTHER NATIONALITY IS AFFECTED BY THE NZ GOVT’S CORRUPT INTERPRETATION THAT THE CPF IS A BENEFIT, PENSION AND PERIODIC ALLOWANCE FOR SINGAPOREANS ONLY [BUT OTHER NATIONALITIES ARE FREE TO COLLECT THEIR TAX-FREE CPF SAVINGS FROM THE SINGAPORE CPF BOARD.]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzKmweCzn4Y&feature=youtu.be

http://www.sammyboy.com/showthread.php…

John Key collected his CPF tax-free savings,

Kiwi son collected his CPF tax-free savings,

Malaysian Ah Kow collected his CPF tax-free savings,

Ex-Singaporean Allen Lee collected his CPF tax-free savings,

BUT, Mr Singapore has his CPF savings TAXED 100% by the conniving weasel of a Chief Executive who ruled that the monthly refund of one’s own CPF savings, “can be seen as a periodic allowance”.

Your own savings suddenly becomes an “allowance”, just because you did not throw away your Singapore passport?  Has any other country in the world indirectly forced another citizen to discard your citizenship or you will be taxed 100%?

NZ discrimination against Singaporeans – Part IV

Who is this UNFAIR person who discriminates against Singaporeans?http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post…refund-tenants

Another Singaporean discriminated by NZ government’s ChauPerson

http://www.nzlii.org/nz/cases/NZSSAA/2016/58.html

Read this quickly before it is taken down to hide their discrimination against Singaporeans. In NZ your savings become an “allowance” according to the dishonesty of interpretation of the English language. The CPF savings of thousands of New Zealanders who worked in Singapore and had collected their CPF (including John Key, NZ Prime Minister) are not defined as pensions but the CPF savings of Singaporeans are defined as pensions by the NZ Oxford Dictionary.

It is not unusual that she had been convicted of UNFAIRNESS and had to refund money to her tenant –

http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/business/residential-property/8864917/Lawyer-ordered-to-refund-tenants

Reference: https://www.sammyboy.com/showthread.php?208837-CPF-is-NOT-a-Pension-Fund/page4

The evil face of NZ discriminating against Singaporeans – Part III

http://www.sammyboy.com/showthread.php?208837-CPF-is-NOT-a-Pension-Fund/page4

This decision has been temporarily removed

Here it is for all to see – The EVIL face of NZ discriminating against Singaporeans

anothersingaporeanan-appeal-against-a-decision-of-a-benefits-review-committee

NZ DISCRIMINATION against Singapore Nationals

DISCRIMINATION. John Key confirmed his tax-free CPF savings that he had collected from the Singapore CPF Board is the “same thing” as Kiwisaver, but he allows his Chief Executive to confiscate the CPF savings of Singapore Citizens. NZ discriminates against Singapore Nationals, a crime under the NZ 1993 Human Rights Act. Yet his Minister David Seymour said refugees who come to NZ should sign a pact as NZ treats everybody as equals – is this a joke? The NZ Ministry of Social development (MSD) has already been taking the state-funded pensions of Singaporeans for decades, and since 2015, MSD also confiscates Singaporeans’ CPF savings by ruling the CPF is a pension but NOT other nationalities’ CPF savings (like the Prime Minister’s CPF savings).
Note: Kiwisaver is not ruled as a pension by the SSAA Ministry of JUST-ICE but the CPF is called a pension, benefit and allowance and is therefore confiscated from Singaporeans, ALTHOUGH “it is the same thing” – both funded by employer and employee contributions; NOT State-funded.

Watch how he tried to cover up for his Chief Executive by calling CPF “Superannuation” and then his mouth slipped when he said, “I now have Kiwisaver and it is the same thing”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cpfrNWOEyY

Note: The NZ govt does not deduct Kiwisaver from pensions because they do not want to lose votes. If Kiwisaver and CPF is the same thing, why is CPF deducted from Singaporeans? Answer: Because they saw how easily Singaporeans are discriminated by their own govt, so they do the same – monKEY see, monKEY do.

Reference: https://sammyboy.com/showthread.php?208837-CPF-is-NOT-a-Pension-Fund/page3

 

The evil face of NZ Discrimination – Part II

The NZ Prime Minister, the honourable John Key, answered reporters’ queries when his name was mentioned (as he was the only world leader to be mentioned by The Center for Public Integrity) in the release of the Panama Papers Report, that he had a CPF savings account (which he called SUPERANNUATION?) when he worked overseas (in Singapore)  – listen to the video and hear him ‘slip up’ by telling the TRUTH – “I do not have it any more since I came back to New Zealand.  I now have Kiwisaver – IT IS THE SAME THING”.

Yet, he allows his Chief Executive to steal the CPF Savings of Singaporeans.

A Singaporean’s CPF funds released monthly by the Singapore CPF Board is TAXED 100% by the Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development – FAIR FOR ALL or INDIRECT DISCRIMINATION and VICTIMISATION of ONE Nationality ?

Political roundup: Remember Dirty Politics?

4:16 PM Friday Apr 15, 2016

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11623300

In terms of politician links to Mossack Fonseca and other foreign trust accounts, the Prime Minister has taken the threat to his reputation very seriously, even admitting to spending “eight hours on Sunday tracking down details about his Singaporean superannuation fund to be certain that all of his investments were above board”

So John Key’s CPF savings are TAX-FREE while a Singaporean’s CPF savings are TAXED 100% by the Chief Executive of the Ministry of Social Development?  Is this not DISCRIMINATION by Nationality by the NZ government against Singaporeans?

GettyImages-521099616_620x310“On Monday he told RNZ he had lived overseas and had superannuation funds when he lived in Singapore.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/78778585/NZ-PM-John-Key-refuses-to-release-tax-records-what-do-we-know-of-his-assets

So he collected his CPF funds TAX-FREE from the Singapore CPF Board?  “admitting to spending “eight hours on Sunday tracking down details about his Singaporean superannuation fund

In the April 2016 Newsletter for Seniors from the MSD, under their section “Fair for all”, the phrase state-funded was stated five times – the CPF is not state-funded in any way, unlike the Kiwisaver which is partially state-funded ($1,000 + $20,000 + annual tax rebates).   Yet, the CPF Savings are ruled deductible while Kiwisaver Savings are not?

The following paragraph quoted John Key when he was in the opposition in 2008 –

http://www.migrants-to-nz-beware.info/

A government is judged by its treatment of the vulnerable and the duplicity of the National Party shows it cares little for anyone affected.
In 2008 Prime Minister John Key in opposition and publicly campaigning for election in Nelson, when questioned by a member of the public regarding the injustice of Section 70 replied “if you have paid for them you should keep them”.
This vote catching statement of common sense and reality was ignored when National won the election.

Well, he certainly paid for his CPF and he certainly kept his CPF Savings.

Is he concerned that Singaporeans’ CPF savings are kept by his Ministry of Social Development?

What do you think?