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WINSTON PETERS: On remarks by Māori Party MP Mariameno Kapa-Kingi

On Wednesday last week Māori Party MP Mariameno Kapa-Kingi gave a general debate speech in the House with this opening sentence, “No matter my words today, the Government will not waver in its mission to exterminate Māori.”


She went on to say, “The theory of the Minister is that Oranga Tamariki’s governing principles should be colour-blind, which is just another word for white supremacy, because to say we are all one people is really to say we should all be white people.”


And “The Government’s reasons to take it away can be summed up in a few short words: racism and Pakeha supremacy.”


These ignorant and offensive accusations leave little to the imagination about the mindset of Kapa-Kingi, her party, and the rest of her fellow cultural travellers - she doesn’t care about what she said, how offensive it is, or how bereft of fact it is.


Kapa-Kingi is either dangerously ignorant or she believes what she said is true. The most frightening thing is its probably both.


By the Māori Party’s own proclamations, the number of Māori in New Zealand total anywhere up to 20% of the population. So why do they think their 3% party vote allows them to speak on behalf of all Māori? It doesn’t.


The Coalition Government’s Cabinet has the largest number of Māori on record.


Just because the Māori Party arrogantly choose to walk into parliament with Huia feathers on their heads and use every speech to repeat ‘colonisation’, ‘oppression’, and ‘white man’s guilt’, doesn’t give them a claim to speak on behalf of Māori – nor do the majority of Māori want them to.


Great Māori leaders of the past like Carroll, Ngata, Pomare, and Buck believed in representing all Māori across New Zealand with a pan-Māori view - working together with all New Zealanders. The Māori Party today are saying “if you are Māori and don’t think like us you aren’t really Māori.”


It shows just how far down the ‘race-based rabbit hole’ these cultural Marxists are willing to take New Zealand and how the media have let them get away with it.


They don’t want democracy, they want anarchy - headed by their Māori elitist cronies turning this country into something akin to apartheid. They would justify this of course because “Māori have superior DNA” as Co-Leader Rawiri Waititi not only said but arrogantly tried to justify.


Kapa-Kingi: Accuses the government of wanting to “exterminate Māori”, of saying the government has theories of “white supremacy”, that the government is saying “we should all be white people”, and government policy is because of “racism and Pakeha supremacy”.


Mainstream media reaction: Zero.


The fact is the Māori Party doesn’t care what they say or how they say it – not least of which is because they get away with it.


The good thing is they are nowhere near government – nor will they ever be.


New Zealand First is going to stop this sort of separatist hate-filled agenda.


New Zealand is one country and one people.


Winston Peters is the Leader of New Zealand First, NZ Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, and Minister of Racing. The above was posted on X on May 6 and reported by Kiwiblog on May 7

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New Zealand First is going to stop this sort of separatist hate-filled agenda.“

"We will defend people's right to disagree"

- Winston Peters


Except when Winston disagrees with them?


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Aaron Shanahan
Aaron Shanahan
2 days ago
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You haven't a brain in that bone cavity have you? Have your say. But expect a strong response.

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I don’t know why Mr. Peters thinks the Māori party believes they claim to speak on behalf of all Māori, they themselves have never espoused that. They only represent all voters in their electorate.


When Ms. Kapa-Kingi said that governing principles being colour-blind is just another word for white supremacy, and all “one people” means we should all be “white people”, she means that everyone must adopt a world view not based on Māori interests, but one based on non Māori (“white”) interests. If all people had to live in and adhere to a Māori friendly environment, there would be grumbles too no doubt.


Just because she disagrees with it, it is a far stretch to imply that Te Pati…

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Aaron Shanahan
Aaron Shanahan
10 de mai.

My daughter. 10 years old and one of the most competent and intelligent little girls you'd ever want to meet made me think tonight. I'm

Cooking burgers for tea, and

She rocks up and immediately stuns me with something I hadn't thought about for years. Micheal Jackson.

She said " dad why did Micheal Jackson try to be white, when he was a beautiful person in the first place? Why did he change himself so much? She'd been on the YouTube.

I honestly couldn't give an answer to it. I just said sweetie maybe he did so because he wasn't happy with the way he was. I honestly don't know love.

She frowned, and floored me.

" dad, is that…


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janz
janz
6 days ago
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I'm beginning to think Mickey has a little crush on you Aaron. 🥰🥰

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Rusling Mcgehan
Rusling Mcgehan
10 de mai.

Why does our political system and laws allow the formation of a band of mad terrorist extremists the opportunity to dictate so much drivel and cause so much mayhem.

I do not have a problem with any race in this country unless they are single handedly using lies and untruths to destroy this country.

Time to start using treason and everything we can to put these lunatics back in their padded cells.

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Rex Ahdar
Rex Ahdar
10 de mai.

An excellent piece by Mr Peters. No doubt Ms Kapa-Kingi was speaking to her party supporters for whom such rhetoric goes down a treat. These people are, to borrow Amercian terminology, "race grifters", who have imbibed a dose of post-colonialism, neo-Marxist, doctrine peddled by left-wing academics.

Peters refers, as he always does in his speeches, to the quartet of great Maori leaders, all learned men and knights, who were pioneers in their respective fields. The 'big four', as I might dub them, all believed in taking aboard the best the New Zealand state could offer, especially education, science and enterprise, leaving aside the history of conflict of their immediate forbears. They did not mind being assimilated into Western ways, believing…

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