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Andy Espersen :

Please allow me to add one more comment to this great cartoon - to try to further illumine the truly tragic fact that Polynesian Maori, the most intellectually advanced, bravest, most adventurous and clever stone-age race in the world, are now labelled the population group most likely to commit crimes in New Zealand. But why?? Professor Elizabeth Rata wrote very recently, "Tribalism and democracy are incompatible. We can't have both. If we wish to keep New Zealand as a liberal democratic nation then, as we derive our citizen rights from the nation-state, so we have a duty to ensure that the nation-state which awards those rights, remains democratic and able to do so".


But only since the…

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As my maori mate has said, maori are been dragged back to the maera one way or the other by the blood sucking vampires that have re emerged from the past, even his children have been sucked into this old come new belief, as he said at least they understand that it is all about power for a small number of these blood suckers, unfortunately the majority do not understand that, they think they are saving their culture and rediscovering their lost past, like drug addicts really hard to rehabilitate when emerged with other addicts, expectations are high and getting higher, that is one of the reasons why Luxon is afraid to come out and stamp his belief, he is…

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Andy Espersen,

Lovely how one cartoon from a great cartoonist can so easily convey the absurdity of a quite complex concept : Of course a crime committed today can in no circumstances be "caused" by events happening 200 years ago. But why, then, have we such preponderance of Maori criminals today?


But this only began to be the case in the mid-20th century. In the preceding 100 years since colonisation Maori committed no more crimes than any other group of citizens - if anything, they were underrepresented in our prisons.


Historian Michael King emphasises that not until after the war did Maori move into our cities in any great numbers. Until then they participated in our economy from their fir…


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Colonisation gave maori something that millions of people around the world crave for every day, FREEDOM and CHOICE, sadly the shit heads including the white ones are using those too magnificent words and ideals to destroy the very belief system that gives them their rights.

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
Aug 02, 2022
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Hey TIS - I have tried but can't access for some reason....are you sure there is a dot at the end......??

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Another spot on cartoon!

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Co-governance would never stop there. The intoxication of power will override, reason sanity, and morality and NEW ZEALAND [or some other putrid name], will laps into insanity just like Magabee's Zimbabwe. Power corrupts and absolute power is absolute corruption. And yes we can see that corruption and nepotism setting in now within the Arden government

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