* THE LEFT HANDS HOLDS ON TO THE TREATY OF WAITANGI
* THE RIGHT HAND IN THE GOVERNMENTS POCKET
* THE LEFT FOOT IN MAORIDOM HERITAGE
* THE RIGHT FOOT IS IN COLONISATION / MOLONISATION
LABOUR MAORI REFUSE TO A CCEPT THIS AND IS
GOADING LABOUR TO RELAUNCH THIS INITIATIVE AGAIN.
IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT LABOUR CALLS IT
GOVERNANCE WITHOUT DEMOCRACY
IS A NO. ONE PERSON ONE VOTE.
IF WILLIE JACKSON AND NANIA MAHUTA HAVE NOT ACCEPTED THAT NEW ZEALAND ARE ALREADY 'FULL-ON' REJECTING MAORI AS AN EQUAL PARTNER AND MAORI ARE TRYING TO RENEGOTIATE THE PRINCIPLE... NO IS THE RESOUNDING ANSWER FROM THE MAJORITY.
Maoridom aligns with Labour Ardern because it is the closest to tribalism that they understand whereas democracy and no leaders are against their past heritage. Maori are now desperate to complete their task of takeover using all manner of means that can be mustered to push through legislation and claims before the inevitable happens in October. The end of labour and Labour Maori’s influence to grab what they want...
We now see the panic grab of power in government department, forced redundancies of white kiwis replaced by maori who are under qualified but contracted in. Maori hope that they will influence the next government enough and leave enough residues behind to effect at least some change that adheres to their objectives.
Of course, this can’t be allowed to happen and the dismantling of these has to happen irrespective of the cost and the woe and howling from the maori electorate who woll through all of the adjectives at the repeal.
EITHER WAY, IT DOES NOT MATTER HOW GOVERNANCE IS PACKAGED NEW ZEALAND STILL SAYS NO.
Maori have stealthily winkled their way through legislation, very deviously, with the help of Labour Party powers whom needed the seats to govern autonomously. Little did they realise that the pound of flesh required was the freedom of New Zealand in compensation.
MAORI CAN’T EXIST WITHOUT THE
TREATY OF WAITANGI?
A security blanket that has paid dividends, expanded and expounded to stretch extreme avenues of compensation and over-privilege.
Maori need to stand on their own two feet. It’s not up to the taxpayers of New Zealand. It is not up to an era of different people, different governments to honour an agreement ancient maori made with someone else.
WHAT ARE MAORI ACTIVISTS SO SCARED OF?
There has been so much said and so much hung on this antiquated paper of yesteryear. A few lines written and ‘signed’ by a few maori leaders that could hamstring a nation. The leaders marking the agreement certainly could not read, so they had no idea what was written, nor could they write so they had no idea what they were signing. This determination has seen a 180 years of beneficiaries surface.
Today this ancient agreement, which was supposed to be for the ‘then era’, is now held such a degree that the maori people of today hold on to this like a religious scripture, a security blanket that has paid rich dividends, then expanded and expounded by greedy others to stretch the avenues of compensation and over privilege.
It has seen delusions of Maoris own ‘self importance grandeur’ with expectations of financial support for any reason. The reasoning, mystical and unbelievable, that the Labour Govt approved, under Ardern headed by Mahuta massive payouts. This will never happen again. There are certainly more snipes expected in the system that Labour Maori will force feed the nation. Expected announcement of $billions compensation as the remaining few months tick by to the end of days for Labour and Labour maori ministers.
With the up and coming elections Maori politics panic must be palpable as they anticipate holding the upper hand under MMP. No one party wants them but the devil is in the details. The vicious barbed hook of deceit sits with the maori votes which could be untenable to any of the parties. If any party sidles up to the sea urchins the poison might be too much to bare.
It’s as if they can’t let go of this treaty truce drug that feeds them and gives maori elites life. Isn’t that sad to think that maori are so reliant on their ancestor’s agreement with some ghost from over the seas. Do they not have faith in themselves to succeed 381 years on?
What is it that maori as so scared of? I hear that quip in reverse about ‘why are you scared of Co-governance’, but I throw back in your lap, ‘what are maori so scared about’ that without this mythical piece of paper that you will all fail or maybe something will be taken away? This so called ‘truce’ and letter of intent to satisfy and malcontentment has been extrapolated as far as spandex on 300lb’er at the gym.
Is the safety net provided by the Truce Treaty seemingly like psychological comfort dummy. It has been seen expounded to such a extreme degree. The payouts that spur the constant goading for compensation for ancestral claims has a weak probable cause yet a wrong decision years ago held another era and government responsible.
The satiation of this compensation caused nothing but wanton greed from other tribes knows there was a free snipe at government funds and it opened an avalanche of claims for historical reason. What a debacle.
The irony of that mistake is that the greed has spawned a whole other generation/s of beneficiaries all clambering to get a free ride on the awful coloniser’s ancestor and new immigrants. Greed has grown exponentially and maori misconstrue their own self importace has increased past their worth as equal people. Why would we tolerate such a thing? Or do maori know that our charity stems from goodwill and they know how to take advantage of it.
Take a look at the massive payouts, $billions upon $billions. But does it get to their families, no, and why do the elites hold on to these monies? For the small population of real Maori they all should be $millionaires in their own right for the amount that has been dished out. Just take the $2.1billion that was handed out for Te Whatu Ora. Nothing was built, no one other than admin was employed yet $2.1billion was allocated? Where did the money go?
It doesn’t end there at all. There are thousands, yes thousands of massive payout for maori and the very people that it was supposed to help are still not assisted. They struggle in poverty and complain as if the government has not done anything. The iwis have been paid out $millions, even maori on clubs marae’s were give $100million by Mahuta for marae upgrades. One has to ask did anyone see any upgrades...NO? Where did the money go? What about the $15million for Gabriel for maori assistance...did you get any? No? Where did the money go. It doesn’t get past your elites. But yet the people of New Zealand are held accountable.
This mythical attachment to an antique agreement in 1840 is maori’s delienquency, a teet to suckle and feel contentment from accepting charity the government because the shame of failing stop maori moving ahead. Maori need has had a 100 years to take advantage of everything that has been provided for ‘free of charge’. There is no need to force the hand that feeds you by wanting to control what New Zealand has produced from their own hard work.
Maori Ministers who give false hope to their people should be ashamed that they even think that can pull a heist of this proportion off and not be refused. At the end of the day maori have to pull their own weight without having to rely on others to bail them out or steal others to band aid their lives.
Maori need to stand on their own two feet. It’s not up to the taxpayers of New Zealand to do it. It is not up to an era of different people, different governments to honour an agreement ancient maori made with someone else.
Great read! It would be very interesting to know how much is paid out weekly for benefits, rent allowances, food grants, dental, medical grants etc. It also would be good to know how will they cope when we all start shutting down Family owned businesses due to wage increases, provisional tax hikes that we can't afford to constantly keep increasing. Up the wages, more PAYE to take, more to pay those on the benefit? Enough is enough, Treaty was only a sales and purchase agreement and nothing more.