People around the world tend to leap to the false conclusion that NZers are great blokes from a wonderful country, rather than people much like themselves from a perfectly ordinary country. They shouldn't do that, because it will only lead to disappointment.
Consider this story:
Mr Mehta said widespread publicity of Henry working himself into fits of laughter over the name of Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit could deter fee-paying students from coming to New Zealand, which was usually regarded as racially tolerant.
Or this one:
To drum up support for their rally, they set up a Facebook page publicising the event – which has since been bombarded with abusive messages.
"There have been times when me and my colleague have sat down and burst into tears. People have said: `You should just go back to your country, Paul Henry is good'," Ms Chandra said.
"It's just been like `wow, I didn't think this was New Zealanders and this was their view'."
You see? It really is high time people from other ethnic groups realised that the shrieking simian retard they saw pissing himself over a funny foreign name actually is a lot of white New Zealanders and is their view. White New Zealand's pretence that this is actually a friendly, tolerant, welcoming country has been exposed as a pretence, and that can only be a good thing. Now foreigners considering studying here can make a more realistic assessment of what their actual NZ experience would be like.