Tue, 07 Aug 2012 9:43a.m.
The Maori Party met with Prime Minister John Key last night to talk through the issue of water rights.
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5/09/2012 2:56:54 a.m.
Are we seriously still listening to this dick?
26/08/2012 11:21:35 p.m.
Try getting with the truth. The TOW was written by the whiteman for the whiteman. Have ya got that? Now the whiteman wants to change it because it doesnt suit them anymore. Tough shyt. They can live with it.
24/08/2012 4:38:09 a.m.
Hone have asked his little Maori sister to withdrawn from the National called Party and worry about her own cultural expectation that he cannot standby while his little Maori sister has to sniff on anyones arses knowing that this is her home the whanaus of the Tanagata Whenua..
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