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Maori Party Rhetoric to Blame for Terrorist Threat

Press Release: Maori Party Anti-Colonialist Rhetoric and Lies to Blame for Terrorist Threat.

By Libertarian Independent Tim Wikiriwhi.

Libertarian activist against Treaty separatism Tim Wikiriwhi said it is pathetic to watch Pita Sharples attempt to sidestep the active roll members of his Maori Party have played in the escalation of racial tensions in New Zealand with anti colonization being the primary foundation stone of their political philosophy.

“Sharples comments that the actions of Police have set back race relation 100 years, is typical victimism which is the only kind of politics Sharples seems to know, and is a denial that is the growth of his own brand of racist politics that is behind the genesis and growth of militant racism in New Zealand, which has now raised the specter of homegrown terrorism.”

The Maori party rode a wave of militant racism into the Maori seats in parliament with Tariana Turia posing as the chief spokesperson for supposed Maori grievances ceaselessly fostering racial hatred against non-Maori with pretentious talk of “a Holocaust” in regard to the effects of British colonisation upon Maori.

“That this false and absurd kind of political fabrication is countenanced by New Zealanders and allowed to effect government policy and school curriculum is a monumental travesty. It is an affront to all decent New Zealanders and our forefathers.

The Maori party, National, Labour and the Greens have all fostered this growing evil of racial separatism.

The true history of the foundation of our nation and the pioneering spirit that made New Zealand such a great place to live is one that every decent Kiwi can be proud of no matter what race they be. One day Kiwis will know the truth and this sorry chapter of New Zealand separatist politics will happily be over.”

Mr. Wikiriwhi says recent events testify to the urgency with which all race base institutions and law must be abolished and replaced with a new and binding Constitution that upholds the principle of equality before the law for all.


Kiwis need to hold politicians accountable for the great evils they have brought upon us, and stop voting for and political parties that have led our nation to the brink of racist terror.

ENDS

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