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More Maori? More Apartheid!

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More Maori? More Apartheid!

"The push to get more people to sign up on the Maori electoral role is state instigated expansion of racial separatism," said Libertarianz Spokesman Tim Wikiriwhi today. "This is a drive," he says, "for New Zealanders to further separate into rival groups with rival interests, and is pushed by individuals hoping to benefit directly from such an expansion. I call instead for them to sign a new Declaration of Independence--independence from the state, and from the tribal 'leaders' pushing this apartheid.

"The fact that Maori can today collaborate together without killing, eating, and enslaving each other," he says, "is proof of the great gains Maori have made from European Law and order." Today's Maori, he says, have much to be thankful for but you don't ever hear Maori activists admit this. In fact, Wikiriwhi says he expects to get "savaged" for saying this, but--he hopes--"only verbally."

He says: "Do not expect tribal leaders to encourage Maori out from tribal bondage into independant self reliance. Independence for individual Maori threatens to bring an end to the tribal powers of Chiefs over their own people and the land." He calls all Maori to "sign up to a new Declaration of Independence, to sign on to the General Electoral role and refuse to take part in the actions of racist grandstanders."

IN concluding, he says: "You must defy these racist leaders; you must close the racist gap yourselves. While the Maori submit to the authority of their Tribal lords they can never be free Men. A Constitution that makes all men free and equal under one just Law is the Libertarianz solution to New Zealand's ever widening racial unrest. It is a constitution for free individuals."

ENDS

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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