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Violent Support in Waikato for Terror Suspects

Violent Support in Waikato for Separatist Terror Suspects.

By Tim Wikiriwhi.

Less than 24 hours after rejoining the Libertarianz Party, Tim Wikiriwhi says his life was threatened by a prominent local member of the Maori party and separatist movement, while counter protesting against Indigenous rights separatists and Green extremists gathered in Garden place downtown Hamilton on Saturday in support of the ‘Urewera 17’ arrested by police on fire arms charges, and bomb making. Two arrestees are from Hamilton.

Separatists held placards that said things like “Activism is not Terrorism” and made emotive speeches against the police. In between Tim Wikiriwhi yelled out “Tame Iti went to Fiji to give his support to the racist murderer George Speight!” In response to my arguments a Separatist flag bearer said to me angrily

“Someone should take you out”. I then told her that her threats were what I would expect from supporters of Tame Iti, and that I had been threatened on many occasions by Maori racists and was not surprised by the arrest of these racist radicals and anti-capitalist green extremists on fire arms charges and weapons training in bush camps or that Tame Iti was in on it considering he turned up in Fiji to support George Speight in his racist coup of 2000.

Mr Wikiriwhi said he also was confronted by another violent 'Peace' activist, who wrenched a sign out of his hands and destroyed it. “

It took all my resolve to lower my fist and not to use force to defend my property and right to free speech, but instead simply picked up another sign I had made and raised that one” he said.

I derided racist radical speakers who talked to the crowd of rights and freedom by exposing the fact that they really promoted apartheid not rights and certainly not justice which is equality before the Law.

One wheel chair bound Paraplegic/indigenous/lesbian lawyer who works for the UN, assaulted me by grabbing my shirt. I called her a Lawyer of evil. I laughed at her pathetic claims to represent the law!

This is the state of race relations in NZ thanks to Socialism and the treaty gravy train. Thanks to National, Labour, Neanderthal, Green, and Maori parties!


END WAITANGI APARTHEID!

Postscript: Tim Wikiriwhi thanks the 2000 Hamiltonians who supported him as an independent in the recent local body elections and has returned to the Libertarianz Party for the sake of the Libertarian cause, yet reserves the right to express his conscience on issues, whether they clashes with the Party line or not.

At present I have no party spokesman role, and so this PR is under my own name. When I get a representative role, all party PR will be denoted as such and will be released by the party, not myself.

Tim Wikiriwhi.

Waikato Libertarian and Activist against Waitangi Apartheid.

ENDS


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