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“Waitangi Day is not just a holiday, it is a day of honesty and clarity about where we stand in Aotearoa, New Zealand.” – Teanau

“Te Tino Rangatiratanga o o ratou te whenua, o ratou kainga, me o ratou taonga katoa.

The government isn’t going to honour the treaty, so we’ve got to take the power back and honour the treaty, so we’ve got to take the power back and honour it ourselves.” – Nick Henry

“Waitangi Day is not just a holiday, it is a day of honesty and clarity about where we stand in Aotearoa, New Zealand.” – Teanau Tuiono

Forty mostly pakeha and tauiwi protestors marched down to Government House in Wellington today in support of Maori land rights and against the blatant racism of Don Brash and his National Party. The mood was determined and the crowd piled through the front gate and actively debated pushing past the handful of police to take the message directly to the Governor General.

The Governor General’s secretary came out and faced the crowd, and actively debated with several members of the crowd.

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