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They Fought Valiantly

Posted by te2ataria on March 5, 2010

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Though to this day they still don’t know why!

No, really, who or what did Maori fight for, and why?

One of the worst things the colonial establishment did to the “Maori Battalion” was to blow warm air up their butts calling them  “legendary,” “warriors” and stick medals on their chests.

“Only 50 frail ancient warriors now remain of the 28th Maori Battalion, a legendary unit that in World War II fought across Greece, Crete, North Africa and through Italy.” A reported said.

To this day most soldiers don’t know why they fought in the second war.

Think about it: What if the Jermans had won the war, instead of the Gews?

  • Would Maori be speaking in Jerman?
  • Would a “Third Reich” appointed Jerman PM of New Zealand be sodomizing the subjects  as hard as the establishment appointed Gewish PM of New Zealand is right now?
  • Would the “lucky” ones among us be driving VWs, BMWs, Audis, Mercedes Benzs and Porsches instead of VWs, Audies … ?
  • Could the Maori suffer as much under a NAZI regime compared with a Neo-#&^%* regime as we have now?

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New Zealand Police: Licensed to Kill

Posted by te2ataria on March 5, 2010

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New Zealand Police Officers Murder with Impunity

New Zealand police force is one of the very few in the world that ARE literally licensed to kill, especially the “coloured” people.

When one of them murders a human being, the entire establishment rush to his support: Politicians, judiciary, fellow police officers …

As they have demonstrated again and again, the lives of their “coloured” victims means nothing to them. Even when their victim happens to be an innocent bystander, as they often are, it doesn’t make the slightest difference.

The killer policeman who shot and murdered Halatau Naitoko, an innocent bystander,  said: “I believe presented with exactly the same situation I would do again what I did.”

Of course he would. In the eyes of murderers like him “coloured” people are just that, “coloured people”, and their lives are expendable.


Halatau Naitoko, 17, seen here with his daughter, Hemo, was murdered by police assassins during a pursuit of a bag snatcher.

“Officer A84 gave evidence at the inquest into the death of Halatau Naitoko behind closed doors at the Auckland District Court this week.” Media reported.

Three of the things you can judge a man by, which distinguishes him from worms and rodents, are integrity, courage and soul. “Officer A84” didn’t even have the guts to face the parents of the innocent man he murdered in cold blood.

Halatau’s parents were the only people who were allowed to listen to the constable “chicken Sh*t”, who was hiding behind a curtain, and reduced to a number.

If you did everything according to the book, why are you so afraid you have to cover your ugly face, Officer A84?

Detective Inspector Peter Devoy, who headed the whitewash into Halatau’s murder by A81 and A84, said exactly what he was expected to say:  “I consider officers A81 and A84 showed great bravery and disregard for their own personal safety to cross the motorway and engage McDonald at close quarters as they did.”

If the engaged “McDonald at close quarters” why then did they shoot the “coloured” guy?

We know, Mr Devoy, “courage”, “integrity” and “soul” are too great to fit in New Zealand police officers uniform.

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I Want My Rent!

Posted by te2ataria on March 5, 2010

Carwyn Kawana says he will confiscate goods from shop, again, until they pay the rent

A Maori activist who claims to own Palmerston North is not amused by the offer to drop  “shoplifting charge” against him.

Let’s face it if you didn’t pay your mortgage, the bank would apply to courts for a repossession order.

Carwyn Kawana was offered a deal in the Palmerston North District Court yesterday when he appeared to defend a charge of shoplifting from The Warehouse.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Mike Toon said Kawana was a man who stayed true to his word and offered to drop the charge in exchange for a vow to stay on the right side of the law.

CK had returned the goods, which the blog believes were removed from the shop as a symbolic gesture.

Kawana told the Judge:  “I will probably do it again, Your Honour.”

If they owe him the rent, then they should pay up!

He stole from the store when he went to to collect “rent” about six weeks after he delivered an eviction notice in July last year.

Kawana also issued eviction notices to Massey University, Linton Military Camp, Palmerston North City Council, and the Inland Revenue Department.

The judge said: “Higher courts than this have already made rulings on this argument.”

CK who wants his day in court told the judge:  “The judges that made the ruling before …  have not seen the new evidence I have in my bag.”

He is representing himself because “no-one in town will represent me,” the report said.

The court should first ask CK to produce his new evidence. If, having seen the evidence, they still insist he doesn’t own Palmerston North, then someone close to him MUST! It sure as hell didn’t belong to the current occupiers!

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