A husband and wife duo who have been reducing from the real estate business enterprise they worked for over racial, social media remarks have landed jobs at a competing business enterprise.
Paul and Kathryn Davie have been real estate sellers for Ray White in Blockhouse Bay but had their contracts terminated after derogatory posts on Facebook, approximately Muslims and Africans.
“Their movements do not align with our values or views,” a Ray White spokesman stated in an electronic mail provided to Stuff on March 21 because the organization showed it had terminated their contracts.
On Thursday, Harcourts confirmed it had taken the pair on but thanked Stuff for “bringing this to our interest.”
“We can affirm the behaviors attributed to these people inside the beyond do no longer align in any manner with the values and ideals of the Harcourts Group,” Harcourts,, coping with director Bryan Thomson, stated.
“We will follow up on your statistics with the franchise worried nowadays and could offer further remarks following this investigation as appropriate.”
Paul and Kathryn had been contacted but were no longer inclined to remark.
“I’m not interested in talking to the media,” Paul Davie stated.
The Facebook posts are not publicly seen. However, screenshots supplied to Stuff show Paul Davie published anti-African material in August 2018 with the caption, “That is politically unpalatable, but it’s miles supported via science.”
In April 2018, Kathryn Davie shared some anti-Muslim posts consisting of a video from arguable Australian Senator Fraser Anning, who has come below fire for his comments following the Christchurch assaults.
“Too right,” she said as she shared his put-up titled “We want to prevent Muslim immigration right now.”
Paul Davie has a political history and ran unsuccessfully for the Conservative Party in the 2017 General Election.
Standing inside the New Lynn electorate, he racked up just 297 votes.
He, given that created his political birthday celebration – One New Zealand Party – but talked brazenly about in-celebration disagreements in February 2019, published on the right-wing blog Right Minds NZ.
He is an elected member of the Portage Licensing Trust, a network-owned corporation that operates liquor shops in West Auckland.
An online petition to remove him from the trust racked up over 1300 signatures.
Kathryn Davie was an elected member of the Avondale Community Board in 2009.