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Asian immigrants have little or NO rights in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on October 17, 2011

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Commenting on

New Zealand Openly Discriminates Against Asians

Jake said:

“There is no ‘White’ person alive who ever stole any land of ‘Maori'”

White Moderator J: That’s probably true, but the thieves didn’t return the stolen land to Maori upon  departure to Tartarus.

Jake: Furthermore there are not full blooded Maori’s left and most Pakeha and Maori share common blood lines.

WMJ: Fail to see the relevance, even if remotely true. Is a “white” person with 75% European blood and 25 percent African blood considered “white” or “black” in your neighborhood?

[NOTE: White Europeans look pale, Africans look black and Maori look like, you probably guessed it, Maori.]

Jake: The reason most Asian peoples feel left out is because the Treaty of Waitangi (the founding document of our nation) was signed between the British and the Maori. New Zealand from that point on has been a bi-cultural society fighting to forge a single culture and nation.

WMJ: The Treaty of Waitangi is NOT a valid contract. Take it to any respectable international court and the judges would throw it out of the window … ! For starters, Pacta quae turpem causam continent non sunt observanda.

Jake: Asians and Polynesians were never part of that agreement and have offered little to our culture or institutions. Asians come to fill the skill shortages, and take our high paid jobs and Polynesians come here to do menial jobs to get their children into good schools.

WMJ: If the two groups, Asians and Polynesians,  immigrate to this country legally, then the government must respect their rights and treat them equally.

Jake: Most of the productive work such as agriculture and horticulture is carried out by Maori and Pakeha. Why when times are tough and our own people can’t find work should we employ foreigners who offer little and take take take.

WMJ: This is a racist attitude. Legal immigrants should not be treated any differently than any other of us.

[NOTE: For your information, most of the agriculture in this country is carried out by low-paid southeast Asians who work in slave-like conditions: NZers help drive demand for sex and labour slaves]

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Democide of Maori Continues

Posted by te2ataria on September 19, 2010

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MAORI: Probably the Most Oppressed People in the World

The justice system discriminates against Maori, says Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples.

There are “very serious issues” that leads to the high imprisonment rate for Maori, he said.

“The over-representation of Maori begins at the apprehension stage and gradually increases through prosecution, conviction and sentencing to custody.”

“Maori are apprehended for at least three times the number of offences as Europeans and receive fewer warnings, cautions or diversions than Europeans.”

Citing a report published in 2007, Dr Sharples, a co-leader of the Maori Party, said Maori were 11 times more likely to be remanded in custody than Europeans awaiting court appearance or sentencing, adding that Maori received about twice as many custodial sentences as Europeans.

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Maori Must Form, Lead Greater Polynesian Council

Posted by te2ataria on May 24, 2009

Don’t Miss This. Coming soon. Please Tell Others.

Maori Must Form and Lead “Greater Polynesian Council” for self rule!

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Murdering Maori with Impunity

Posted by te2ataria on January 26, 2009

It was devastating to learn the victim of motorway murder, the driver killed by the pakeha police shooter, was a brother, Halatau Naitoko, 17. TEAA

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Mourners pay their respects to Halatau Naitoko at the start of his funeral. More than 1,000 mourners attended the traditional Tonga funeral. Photo: JOHN SELKIRK/Dominion Post. Image may be subject to copyright. Photo added on January 30, 2009.

“I am feeling very sad. I just want to speak to the person that killed my brother and asked him why he took my brother away from us,”  said Paea Fangu Fangu, the 16-year-old brother of Halatau.

The following was sent in by a reader:

Surprised?

What part of the equation don’t you understand?

New Zealand paramilitary police thugs are allowed to shoot to kill Maori [and Polynesians,] even the innocent bystanders. Doesn’t that remind you of the same protection Israeli thugs receive from their govt when they kill innocent people in the occupied Palestine?

Both the Zionist Jewish PM of New Zealand, John Key, and Zionist Jewish Police Minister, Judith Collins,  have expressed their condolences to the family of Maori who was shot dead by a police shooter 3 days ago.

Mr Key even went out of his way to say financial assistance with the funeral had been offered.

To say that the cold blood murder of Mr Halatau Naitoko, 17, a courier driver, was strange would be an understatement. His family are puzzled over how he was killed, and have been trying to re-enact the fatal motorway scene on the lounge room floor, using cushions. They are trying to “get their heads round” how their son was shot and killed by the New Zealand paramilitary police thugs.

Family spokesman Peter Sykes said the family was desperate to know how the accident unfolded. “They have been rearranging cushions from the couch to see where everyone was during the incident to try to get a better understanding of what happened. A report said.

“They still can’t work out how he managed to get shot. It gave them some ideas, but it still doesn’t answer their questions.”

“Police went to the family’s house yesterday to apologise for the incident, but it brought little relief to his mother, Ivoni Fuimaono, who said she wanted a face-to-face meeting with the person who shot her son. ‘I really want to see him, what he looks like, and get to know what happened. In a few days’ time I won’t be able to hug or kiss my son ever again.'” The report added.

Police Minister Judith Collins said the Government would help with costs, giving the family “whatever it needs.”

[How about giving back their son’s life? Since you and Mr Key had absolute power over his death, perhaps you can, at least, try to bring him back.]

The Police Association president, Greg O’Connor, said that, while the outcome was tragic, the officers involved also needed support.

[How about buying him a bigger gun, Mr Greg O’Connor?]

“The outcome is tragic for all concerned but these are sometimes the harsh realities of policing.”

Harsh realities indeed. the sort of realities that no doubt force the government to arm their shooters with shoot-to-kill policy.

Greg O’Connor said Mr Naitoko’s killing was a tragedy, but police were given very little choice about their actions.

Former police inspector and MP Ross Meurant said the police shooter who killed Mr Halatau Naitoko should be prosecuted.

Council chairman Melino Maka said the unlawful killing of one person by another had occurred.

“In my dictionary, that means manslaughter. I don’t see how the Naitoko family are going to get any form of justice in this situation,” Mr Maka said.

“I think most New Zealanders would like to think that a law-abiding citizen, minding their own business, could not be shot to death by police in this country.

“While the police may have apprehended the man at the centre of the car chase, a 17-year-old is dead. You can’t call that a satisfactory outcome,” Mr Maka added.

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He tīmatanga hou

Posted by te2ataria on January 1, 2009

Happy New Year!

To All Our Brothers and Sisters:

May 2009 be a fruitful year for you and your iwi!

And may Mata Ariki watch over you and your land!

As for the perfidious pakeha:

May this year be a fateful year for you and your progeny.  And may your fears grow endlessly!

Here’s a piece of advice for you: GO HOME!

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Maori inmate murdered by prison guards

Posted by te2ataria on October 24, 2008

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Maori murdered by prison guards

Josen Tofia Mataia, 32, who was on remand at a jail near Rockhampton, “died while being restrained by guards” at the Capricornia Correctional Center.

The Prisoners Legal Service (PLS) spokeswoman Matilda Alexander told the ABC that other inmates “saw the prisoner being dragged along by between four and six officers in an inappropriate restraint position.”

“There were witnesses to it and I certainly don’t think that there’s any doubt about the fact that he died while being restrained,” she said.

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De-Maori-fication of New Zealand!

Posted by te2ataria on July 8, 2008

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Cui Bono? Who benefits from heightened tensions between Maori and the Asian Communities in New Zealand?

Who is Behind the Asian Murders?

The New Zealand ruling class desperately needs to create an extreme “underclass” to protect its interests against a reawakening of Maori pride.

This unquestioning “slave” class personified by Asians, especially the Indian and Chinese migrant communities, not only shifts the focus of attention from the tensions between Maori and Pakeha [European land thieves] to Maori against Asians, it also strengthens the Pakeha’s “divide-n-rule” status considerably.

How many white NZ women are murdered assassination style after having their handbags snatched?

The recent cold blooded murders of Mr Navtej Singh, 30, the Indian shopkeeper, Mrs Yin Ping Yang, the 80-year-old Chinese grandmother and Mrs Joanne Wang, the Chinese mother and businesswomen, were not ordinary robberies that went “wrong.” Each murder had the hallmarks of a professional hit, calculated assassinations arranged by the New Zealand ruling class to raise the levels of tension between the Maori and the Asian communities.

As shown by the reaction of the Asian communities, the Pakeha plan has thus far succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.

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Paras and members of SAS load weapons and equipment into vehicles at Ruatoki North as the Tuhoe tribe’s traditional lands become the focus of an unprecedented paramilitary police operation, alleging the forests also hide military-style training camps. (Source: Stuff NZ). Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

A Rigged Zero Sum Game

As the Pakeha “masterclass” watches from the balcony, the “lazy,” “demanding,” “troublesome” and “unruly” indigenous population, Maori, and the the “hardworking,” “obedient” and easily manageable “invasive population,” the Asian migrants, are set on  each other and forced to fight it to the death gladiator style. This is a rigged zero sum game—the winner is already decided!

What To Do

Coming soon …

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You Racist Evil Sc*mbags!

Posted by te2ataria on June 26, 2008

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What Is This All About? Try illegal occupation of a country! Ruled by land thieves! Racism! Denial of the most basic human rights! Assault by paramilitary thugs serving as policemen! Systematic Court abuse! Sc*mbag judges …

It’s about four racist evil b*stards who assaulted a defenseless teenager, Rawiri Falwasser, now 20, with batons and pepper spray in a police cell in 2006. It’s about an apartheid system that found the four racist evil b*stards NOT guilty.


The gang of four paramilitary thugs [policemen] were acquitted by an all white jury. (Source: 3News) Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair Use Notice!

  • The thugs’ lawyer Susan Hughes, QC, said the police officers were delighted. [Doesn’t it feel like winning the lottery!]
  • “There was only ever going to be one verdict and this was it,” she said. [To be sure!]
  • Mr Falwasser’s father, Charles, called the four police officers “vermin” but said he still believed in the justice system. [That’s a mature response, except for the belief in the colonial justice system bit!]
  • Rawiri Falwasser’s mother, Kihi, condemned the racist justice system: “It proves we live in a black-and-white world. … We are absolutely shocked and devastated by the decision but we’re not surprised. We had a white jury in there.” [That’s the whole truth!]
  • Victim’s eldest brother Tawhiao shouted “Murderers” and “Pigs” as he left the courtroom. [That’s a fair description. ]
  • Tawera Falwasser said when he visited the police station and asked how his brother’s head had been split, the answer from a smiling Senior Constable Bruce Laing was “with a baton.” [That demands a punishment with a baton!]

Mr Falwasser said he feared for his life and wrote “Jesus” in his blood on the cell walls to attract attention.

He suffered a five-centimeter gash on his head, a 6½-centimeter cut on his arm and bruising on his arms and legs from batons. He now suffered from post- traumatic stress.

The racist judge, Patrick Treston, declined media applications to publish police station CCTV footage of the assault. (Source)

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Our Brothers and Sisters must join hands together and express their revulsion against the blatant miscarriage of justice.

The Police Brutality Must NOT Go Unpunished!

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True Face of Racist NZ Police

Posted by te2ataria on June 18, 2008

NZ Sikh Society to Lodge Formal Complaint About Police Misconduct

NZ Police, HR [sic] Commission and Caligula’s Govt. Already Shaking in Fear!!

The family of murdered liquor store co-owner Navtej Singh and the New Zealand Sikh Society are lodging a formal complaint about the police handling of the murder victim.

NZ Police couldn’t care less if Navtej Singh died!

Police held back an ambulance from reaching the Manurewa store in south Auckland, where Mr Navtej Singh was murdered, despite numerous calls from family and friends saying the gunmen had left the murder scene. (Source)

NZ police took 25 minutes to arrive at the Murder scene.

The Ambulance crew took another 20 minutes, a total of 45 minutes after they were called, to get to the victim!

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Let Me Define Your Rights

Posted by te2ataria on June 10, 2008

There’s Only One Law In New Zealand: It Says YOU Are Colored!

You are the lowest common denominator, if you are Fiji Indian, Indian, Punjabi, Gujarati, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Malaysian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Latino, Arab … . You might as well pack your bags and go “home!” And don’t you dare giving me lip. So what you have been here for well over a century? Isn’t that long enough?

Indian shopkeepers under siege

By MICHAEL FIELD – The Dominion Post | Tuesday, 10 June 2008

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WAITING FOR JUSTICE: Sikhs and other concerned Indians gather at Navtej Singh’s Auckland home, along with National MP Pansy Wong. Source: Stuff NZ. Image may be subject to copyright. See NewZeelend Fair use Notice!

They have been in New Zealand for well over a century and now Indian shopkeepers feel under siege.

In the crowded lounge of murdered liquor store worker Navtej Singh – with a distraught new widow Harjinder Kaur weeping in another room – members of Auckland’s Sikh community tried not to see the latest murder as a racial attack.

“What is happening in South Auckland?” asked Sandeep Verma, who was with Navtej Singh when he was shot, and when he later died in hospital.

[A powerful coalition of white supremacists, Dispensationalists and other fundamental Christian groups whose divine (sic) mission is to “purify” what is already a showcase for abject racism are aided by the racist judiciary and the paramilitary police in apartheid New Zealand. What chance do the “colored” shopkeepers stand?]

“All the people from the Indian community, whether they are Fiji Indians, Indians, Punjabis, Gujaratis; only those people are the main target.

“What are the police doing for the security of our people?”

Manpreet Singh, leader of the Manuwera Sikhs, tried not to see it as a case of racial murder. [Group leaders interest invariably clash with the members’ welfare!]

“As more Indians are hard-working, and they have within their families this background, so they have got into small business like liquor shops. They are the majority owning these stores. So they are targeting these stores.

“The bad elements there, they are for the money and they are under the drug influence.”

The Sikh community wanted the killer brought to justice, Manpreet Singh said. By tradition Sikhs were the warrior caste of India, but they did not want a fight: “We have respect for the law and we don’t want to take the law into our hands; we wait for justice to be done.”

“Wrong Color, Wrong Country!”

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Parted Couple: A family photo of Navtej Singh, who died of a gunshot wound yesterday morning, and his wife, Harijnder Kaur. Navtej Singh’s fate was sealed the moment he set foot on New Zealand soil!

Manukau community board member Kanwaljit Bakshi, who is also the National Party’s Manukau East electorate candidate, said shopkeepers wanted to protect themselves and wanted help from police.

“We are a law-abiding people, but we still need the self-defence, right?

“If we want to defend ourselves, we should be allowed to defend.

“It is not that Indians are being targeted, it is the shops that are being targeted, small businesses and these are family-operated business.

“We are guys working from seven o’clock in the morning to 11 in the evening doing good for the community.”

Mr Bakshi was accompanied at Navtej Singh’s home by fellow National candidate Cam Calder, contesting the Manurewa electorate, and National MP Pansy Wong.

The Auckland region now has about 12,000 Sikhs with five gurudwaras or temples, including one near the murder scene at Takanini. Navtej Singh’s family helped build that temple. © Fairfax New Zealand Limited 2007. (Source)

The police took 25 minutes to arrive at the scene.

The police prevented ambulance crew from entering the victim’s store for another 20 minutes, a total of 45 minutes after they were called to help the victim!

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Maori Leader Claiming Sacred Ancestoral Land Nabbed by NZ Gestapo

Posted by te2ataria on May 31, 2008

Iwi group’s bid to claim park fails

The Dominion Post | Saturday, 31 May 2008

A breakaway band of Rangitaane iwi has failed in a bid to claim Palmerston North’s Anzac Park for a marae. [Marae is a sacred place for religious and social purposes: Moderator]

The group of about 20 yesterday marched from The Square to the bush-covered hill reserve on the edge of the Manawatu River.

However, the protest ended when police arrested leader Carwyn Kawana for trespass. The rest of the group dispersed.

Mr Kawana vowed he would be back every day till his bloodlines got the land back.

He said a marae once stood on the land and it was also an old pa site and the “young warriors” wanted a marae to be built again to honour their ancestors.


A carved representation in contemporary style of Te Au-o-te-whenua, an ancestor of the Kawerau-ā-Maki people.

He was arrested after Palmerston North City Council representative Peter Eathorne asked them to leave and then read a trespass notice. [Not the riot act, surely! See Notes below: Moderator]

Mr Eathorne said Anzac Park would be shut to the public this weekend to manage the “issue”.

Last Friday, Mr Kawana’s group erected a carving in The Square but it was removed by the council. [Source]

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Protest at NZ parliament over the New Zealand foreshore and seabed controversy. Image Credit: Armon, via Wikimedia Commons. GNU Free Documentation license V. 1.2 or later.

Notes:
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form the largest everyday social units in Māori populations. The word iwi means “people” or “folk”; in many contexts it might translate as “tribe” or as “clan.”

In the Māori language, iwi also means “bones”. The Māori author, Keri Hulme, named her best known (1985 Booker Prize) novel The Bone People, a title linked directly to the dual meaning of bone and “tribal people”. Māori may refer to returning home after travelling or living elsewhere as “going back to the bones” — literally to the burial-areas of the ancestors. Many societies might use the analogous concept of “roots”. (Source)

A marae (in New Zealand Māori, Cook Islands Maori, Tahitian) malaʻe (in Tongan), malae (in Samoan and Hawaiian), is a sacred place which served both religious and social purposes in pre-Christian Polynesian societies. In all these languages, the word also means “cleared, free of weeds, trees, etc.” It generally consists of an area of cleared land roughly rectangular (the marae itself), bordered with stones or wooden posts (called au in Tahitian and Cook Islands Māori) perhaps with terraces (paepae) which were used in olden times for ceremonial purposes; and with a central stone ahu or a’u (sometimes as in the Rapanui culture’s ahu on Easter Island “ahu” becomes a synonym for the whole marae complex). (Source)

The Riot Act (1 Geo. 1, c. 5) of 1714 was an act introduced by the Parliament of Great Britain authorising local authorities to declare any group of more than twelve people to be unlawfully assembled, and thus have to disperse or face punitive action. The Act, whose long title was “An act for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies, and for the more speedy and effectual punishing the rioters“, came into force on August 1, 1715, and remained on the statute books until 1973.

If a group of people failed to disperse within twenty minutes of the proclamation, the act provided that the authorities could use force to disperse them. Anyone assisting with the dispersal was specifically indemnified against any legal consequences in the event of any of the crowd being injured or killed. (Source)

Because of the broad authority that the act granted, it was used both for the maintenance of civil order and for political means. A particularly notorious use of the act was the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 in Manchester [15 people were killed and 400–700 were injured.]

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Veteran celebrates historic Maori protest

Posted by te2ataria on May 24, 2008

“We are landless in our own land.”

By JOSEPH LOSE – Sunday News | Sunday, 25 May 2008

A defining moment in Maori land claims will be celebrated today, with the 30th anniversary of the forced end to the occupation of Bastion Point.

On this day 30 years ago, New Zealanders were stunned when an 800-strong force of police and army moved on to the Auckland landmark and arrested 222 Ngati Whatua and Pakeha supporters who had camped out on the site for 507 days to try to force its return to the tangata whenua.

One of the occupation leaders, Joe Hawke, will have mixed emotions when he stands on the precious land today to join other “patriots” in remembering the historic moments.

“It will be a time to remember and a time to celebrate,” Hawke, 68, told Sunday News. “But it will also be a time of sadness because of what we had to do.

“It was the price we had to pay for the whenua (land). New Zealand cried that day.”

The former Labour MP, now the Bastion Point kaumatua, stirred supporters to action to reclaim the land in 1977.

“We are landless in our own land. The struggle for retention of this land is the most important struggle our people have faced in a number of years,” Hawke said at the time.

“To lose this last bit of ground would be a death blow to the mana, to the honour and to the dignity of the Ngati Whatua people. We are prepared to go all the way because legally we have the right to do it.”

Bastion Point, on Auckland’s waterfront, was owned by Ngati Whatua before the British colonisation.

In 1885, the NZ Government built a military outpost there because it commanded a good strategic position over Waitemata Harbour.

In 1941, when the Crown no longer needed the land for defence, it did not return it to Ngati Whatua but instead gifted it to the Auckland City Council for a reserve.

The last straw for the iwi was when, in 1976, the Crown announced it planned to develop Bastion Point by selling it to the highest corporate bidder for high-income housing.

Hawke led a group of 30 on to the land on January 4, 1977.

The occupation gained quick support and hundreds turned up to join. […]

Hawke said the stand they took at Bastion Point will be remembered for “awakening Maori”.

“It set the tone for the future,” he said. [More . . .]

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