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Mahuta No Statesman - Libz

“I will not be mourning the passing of one of this countries foremost advocates of racism,” says Tim Wikiriwhi, Libertarianz Spokesman for Deregulation of Maori Affairs. “Robert Mahuta,” he says, “is responsible for the theft of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars, with the help of a gang of corrupt political leaders that included several Prime Ministers and Governor Generals.”

“He is hailed as an educationalist, when in fact he was a man who instilled racial hatred and victimism into his own people,” says Wikiriwhi. “He has been called a great negotiator for ‘his people,’ when he simply resorted to guarded threats of violence should the government ignore his extortionate demands.”

“Today thousands of Maori lead criminal lives or are of poor health due to the manipulations of leaders like Mahuta who pervert history for their own ends. Being taught that they have been done an injustice before they were born, they serve UTU upon our society and hence the epidemic proportion of violent crime and theft committed by Maori. Dependent upon the state, many wallow in self pity and have no love of life. Because of such bitterness,” says Wikiriwhi, “ill health is the only fruit thereof.”

“He should be mourned by his family, and by those who do revere him. But for myself, I will not. He leaves the nation of NZ in a state of grievous racial tension as a direct consequence of his separatist politics. I am instead in mourning for my country, and what Robert Mahuta’s legacy is doing to it.”


Tim Wikiriwhi
Libertarianz Spokesman for Deregulation of Maori Affairs
e-mail: twikiriwhi@hotmail.com

For further information please contact: Libertarianz Media Coordinator, organon@ihug.co.nz, (025) 861 927

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