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tjalling.jonker
tjalling.jonker
Apr 25, 2021

when i arrived in new zealand (1980) i learned that dutch (my native language) was the most widely spoken, non-english language in this country, well ahead of maori (te reo). it surprised me, quite frankly.


when the lange administration took over zillions of dollars were pumped into "te kohanga reo', which he, in his role as minister of education, instituted to promote maori language: indeed, a marxist principle - educate from the ground-up. the net gain was minimal.


my observation is that since this current socialist / marxist government took the reigns the "maorification" of new zealand has become a fact. maori language - week followed by the announcement that matariki will become a national holiday and the bail-out o…


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Paul Johansen
Paul Johansen
Apr 26, 2021
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What really irks me, is the total disdain these enemies of democracy have for public opinion. Its as though they are saying out loud, "If we tell them what we are doing, they will regect it out of hand for sure!" To top it all off they have a marketing gun at the helm who while cleverly hiding behind the Covid rort knows full well if they can just win the majority of the Maori vote and get the balance of losers on to social welfare, they will have achieved critical mass and to Hell with those who don't like it! In my humble opinion, with the Nats asleep at the wheel, this would seem to be an almost unbeatable…

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TV1 News last night: The NZ - AUSTRALIA travel bubble now enables "Friends and Whanau" to visit each other again. What? Does this apply to English friends and Maori families only??

If not, then TV1 should refrain from using apartheid language??

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What's sickening is when you read job adverts by major companies with a 20% splattering of woke alleged Te-Reo through it

Breaks the entire advert up into a mess that is difficult to comprehend

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tonydalby
tonydalby
Apr 17, 2021

Without translation it is just annoying!

I learnt some Maori language living in a country district amongst the people.

This tokenism is patronising and the growth of pidgeon English also alarming.

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Follow the Money.

When the government puts over $50million in to "the media" of course they will toe the government

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Totals at a out 200 million

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