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A High Court judge has given a lawyer a stern rebuke at the Maori Council's hearing on Government asset sales.
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29/11/2012 11:24:06 p.m.
Boom we stole their (Maaori) land and striped them of all entitlement to their natural resources (RMA statute by the invaders common law). And we now control their natural delivery system (rivers) to our state based enterprise (damns). Proprietry rights belong to Maaori Boom or are you of the mind they have no choice but to accept the position of our leaders hegemonic rhetoric? Is their actually a level lower than stupidity? Well if there is maybe we should brand it 'Boom' now that's a thought, ironically speaking that is. Congratulations you are a winner, for the wrong reasons Boom. Very clever indeed!
29/11/2012 11:38:45 a.m.
@adrian you sound like a group in the 1940s! if people dont agree with your paradigm they need to re educated...listen to yourself. Go have a read of John Robinson’s book “The Corruption of New Zealand Democracy” it talks all about your form of education.
28/11/2012 10:22:48 p.m.
Boom ... simply ... you need education to understand the whole message. Lack of ... keeps you associated with the simple side of being a proud NZer.
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