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TREMAIN: Pre Treaty

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lynnsam112
lynnsam112
May 02, 2023

The racist Maori party, academics and Labour government would totally disagree......but then they are about destroying everything that constitutes what democracy stands for......

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Hmmm surely that pessimistic view can't be correct because our educators maintain it was Utopia with advanced science health astrology systems and a Code Napoleon legal system and a fully fledged language in place - a peace loving harmonious group of little bunnies.

When the kiddies finally click this was a fairy tale and they are dealing with cannibals and thuggery they will be bereft and realise they have be shafted,

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Ikaroa-Rāwhiti MP Meka Whaitiri is to resign from the Labour Party to instead stand for Te Pāti Māori.

I understand the Māori Party is planning an announcement near Hastings tomorrow morning.


Our nemesis of Labour + Greens + a larger maori party looms as the next government without a much better Mr Luxon performance. But he is in transit to London - I wonder if the PM knew beforehand?

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mike.lowe
mike.lowe
May 02, 2023
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But I was under the impression that Luxon actually announced some item of POLICY recently. I find that hard to believe, having been assured that no National policy would be announced so far before the election for fear that Labour could steal it. If ANY Nats policy is so leftish that it could attract Labour, then the Nats are not for me. I'm in Luxon's electorate, but at this stage it is ACT all the way for me!

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Frank Bennett
Frank Bennett
May 02, 2023

Along with no New Zealanders, because New Zealanders as a population are not recognised to exist. The treaty of Waitangi is little more than a crock of shit.

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There is continuing emphasis amongst maori tribal elites eg John Tamihere and Tuku Morgan about the TOW being a bicultural partnership with the Crown, signed in 1840.


The elites are pleased with the outcome of 3/5 Water negotiations with the Labour administration, and are gearing up for a “we own the water” campaign.


Aside: it is noted the maori tribal elite is highly approving of the He Puapua-derived ‘Te Mana o te Wai’ being in a National Party Policy Statement on freshwater.


Next will be a campaign for a levy on water-generated electricity. The levy cost will of course be paid by companies using this power. And flicked on to residential and other users. Power is already dear, thanks to…


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Rich maori tribal elite corporate entities.


I do not have much respect for the 1840 bicultural agreement with the Crown.


I might if I saw 4 things 1) more Maori te reo speakers 2) impoverished Maori en mass very quickly benefitting money-wise from the government largess to tribal elites and 3) Maori being housed in homes they have a reasonable chance of owning and 4) more Maori respect for our democratic principles in central and local government rather than the dictatorial no arguments edicts to be of ’Te Mana o te Wai‘.’


Crucially, we are solidly multicultural 182 years after TOW signing.


That is the future I really respect. Apple’s late CEO Steve Jobs was of Syrian ethnicity, although born…


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