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Archive for April 8th, 2009

New Zealand Murders Another Indian

Posted by te2ataria on April 8, 2009

In New Zealand a Minor Accident Can Get an Indian Killed

Bio O’Brien, 27, an Auckland student whose car was involved in a “very, very minor” accident with a van got off his BMW and punched the driver in the head.

The victim, Jasmatbhai Patel,  a 78-year-old Indian  grandfather, received critical brain injuries and was subsequently put into an induced coma at Auckland Hospital, yesterday.

Police  said Mr Patel died in the hospital at 1.30pm this afternoon. Poor Jasmatbhai Patel! He didn’t stand a chance.

One of his grandsons said: “We are all a quiet family. We get on with our lives and our jobs. It has come as a shock. He did not deserve this.”

O’Brien comes from the Pacific island Funafuti, capital of the Tuvalu group. He moved to New Zealand last year as a student, but the sum of all that pakeha has ever taught him adds up to one thing: Violence.

Mr Patel was yet another victim of a culture of extreme violence in New Zealand created by pakeha.

Source:  Elderly driver is murdered  after a minor accident

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Indigenous Rights

Posted by te2ataria on April 8, 2009

Maori Party lobbying for UN declaration

The Maori Party has been lobbying the government to sign up to a United Nations declaration on indigenous rights and is expecting an answer very soon.

Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples, who is also Maori Affairs Minister, was being questioned by Labour’s Nanaia Mahuta over his disagreement with the government over Auckland governance when he made the comments.

“For the past three weeks the Maori party has been in negotiations with National over that very document and we are hoping that something will be released very soon,” Dr Sharples said.

On April 3, Australia decided to support the declaration which was seen as an example for New Zealand, Canada and the United States.

The four countries, each with sizeable aboriginal populations, were the only states to vote against the declaration when it was adopted by the UN General Assembly in September 2007. —NZPA

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