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John Tamihere - Why did he change?




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Here is an insightful psychologist's explanation on how Tamihere gets away "murder" and why past and the current government(s) haven't/won't address the issue:


https://youtube.com/shorts/og9anQU9JFE?si=ufMzgmwiDxHImDuN

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Why did he change? Quite simple really - Rawiri Waititi is now his son-in-law.

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Sure thing . Frankenstein and his monster !!!!

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No.

No and no.

People say past governments of all political parties are wholly responsible for the ills this country finds itself mired in.

No.

We are.

Why?

Who votes them in every goddamed 3 years and pays them to pepperpot us with half truths and flannel?

I've got news for everyone here that Is stupid enough to think ticking a box means you'll get. Ain't gonna happen. Never has and never will. Box tickers. Yeah.

Because ticking a box is easy .

Chasing the barstads up and demanding accountability requires a bit more ticker. And why the hell shouldn't we? We pay their keep for christ sake and as our employee we demand they do what they're bloody well…

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Precisely !!! I email MPS constantly re BS

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I doubt that Mr. Tamihere has changed to any significant degree? Despite the blows dealt to him during the course of his life he has remained optimistic, ambitious and proud. He has never blamed his colour or creed and has never suffered through "poverty of sprit and attitude"? Waipareira Trust operates in the same tax environment as "Sanatarium Health Food Company" and every other charitable trust. It competes for its executive personnel in the same marketplace pool as Fonterra, Fletcher and F & P. If 180 years of Treaty non-observance have created a so called 'gravy train' it is hardly the fault of Mr. Tamihere, neither should he be castigated for helping those who have been shortchanged by the breaches.

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What next Sainthood.????? He's an effing Chancer.

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Hancock
Hancock
Feb 18

We’re just glad he said “feasting on the Māori problem”.

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