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The Maori Council says John Key has been inciting the politics of race.
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28/07/2012 9:25:35 a.m.
Pono you really do need to catch up with treaty settlement progress and educate yourself on the true state of affairs between govt and iwi.
21/07/2012 9:36:02 p.m.
Isn't it funny how europeans in this country continue too discredit,lie,twist and propogate against the first peoples of this Land. They spit through their "Lying" mouths and continue to dishonour their agreements. So keep building your accounts up, for their is one to whom you will answer too,maybe not in this life but most certainly come Judgement Day when "all" will stand before the Mosthigh.
17/07/2012 8:32:42 p.m.
Oh no this is about water ownership..and maori are not as 'divided' on this issue as key has suggested. I for one am interested on what the Waitangi Tribunals recommendations will be, and what the goverments response is when this whole thing wraps up. If key simply ignores the Tribunals recommendations or legislates against it before...
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