Tue, 31 Jan 2012 6:00p.m.
John Key’s National-led Government may have only just been formed, but he has already got problems.
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3/04/2012 6:15:53 p.m.
Gary, the treaty is the exact reason thousands of NZers are on their way out. And John Key only caring about the treaty and to hell with everyone that's not a half Maori. Remembering there are no full Maoris left.
And yes I'm joining the rest of my family and off to Aus as well.
And yes, I will be missed, I work and get screwed thousands a year for taxes that are wasted on no hopers and handouts.
8/02/2012 1:21:31 p.m.
Craig "@John I think you will find that the vast majority voted for John Key and National so maybe it's time you left ?"
Craig - 100 kiwis a day are doing just that. I guess they've had enough of waiting for Key's promised "brighter future"?
2/02/2012 11:16:56 a.m.
Maori and the crown locked together by the treaty is what makes NZ special and what it is today. I like living in NZ with its diverse cultures, get rid of that and you may as well live in UK.
The changing of the wording of the treaty you would think would vito its legal standing and so become void. Where would that leave NZ, Maori living in the north and the rest in the South??
This minor change goes way beyond asset sales!!
Mind you that is Johns style while everyone is looking at the left hand they pay no attention to what the right is doing! And he does it with that cheesy smirky grin just to rub it in. A true political magician, I think he has everyone mistified including himself!
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