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RODNEY HIDE in conversation with DON BRASH




Rodney Hide and Don Brash discuss Inflation, Race Relations, Hobson's Pledge and More.


Excerpt: "We should keep reminding ourselves that we aren't a stratified society like America where blacks and whites have kept to themselves in terms of inter-breeding. Maori were amazing because they quickly adapted and adopted 'colonial' (if you like) ways and the intermarriage was huge. New Zealand is a proper melting pot. As a community we get along fine but over the top of us is this overlay of racial division whereby we have been put into groups and both feel ripped off and are blaming each other. And this community, which is wonderfully inter-bred, and inter-married, works together, plays together and lives together, is being artificially sliced and diced by legislation and govt thinking."


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It is intriguing to note that all of the comments here relate to the race issue and none to the fact that both Mr Brash and Rodney appear oblivious of the fact that as serious as our racial situation is, our economy is systematically being destroyed by appalling RBNZ and treasury policy that is the exact antithesis of what the correct strategy should be.

NZ follow the BIS playbook and the behaviour of the 62-member central banks like lemmings over a cliff. The correct strategy, some of which I outline below applies to all Western economies, but especially those that have strayed more and more into financial capitalism and away from industrial capitalism that was so successful before WW1. These are…


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There really needs to be a lot more discussion about Te Mana o te Wai statements in 3 Waters. Brash spoke a little about it here, but it's not being reported at all.

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Dunbar
Dunbar
2023年4月15日

Multi culturism for Fux sake..... embrace it. Turning it into a cult is only exasperating the condition of total social stupidity.

This was debated over two thousand years back.... and as a society you still have not learned, apart from turning it into a economic exercise of eternal futility.

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alexandracorbettdekan
alexandracorbettdekan
2023年4月16日
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How was it debated 2000 years ago, who did it debate?

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I'm curious to know what percentage of Maori go along with the activists claims as being legitimate or see them as they are being presented daily, a means to deprive, threaten and attack white people.

If the latter situation is their intention why haven't the politicians, the police and the Justice Department stood up and defended the threatened? Or have they again been directed not to?

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Andy Espersen.


Diversity should be neither encouraged nor opposed by governments. Cultures merge naturally - if only not legislated against or for.. And within a few generations all differences will disappear.

The only thing we must ensure is that words denoting a citizen's race, skin colour or religion are absent from all legislation. They are irrelevant. Our present democratically unethical government is forever legislating differences between races. We need a Supreme Court decision to outlaw such practice.

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Andy Espersen :


I cannot follow you, ActionMan. Gender, disability and age are relevant factors in government legislation - are they not?

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