Maori title remains unextinguished in New Zealand

by tracey_tawhiao on March 16, 2011

MEET US IN WELLINGTON @ Te PaPa ON TUESDAY 22 MARCH 2011 @11 am

There are two ways to do this one way is do nothing and watch all our resources get sold to international companies and then wonder why everything is so expensive here now …or …

Way number two … make sure nothing moves from the guardianship of Maori and the wealth of this whole country is held in trust. What kind of fool sells the family home when it’s full of mouths to feed.  The greedy kind do.
If Maori continue guardianship the government find it much more difficult to sell our resources. What intelligent government thinks selling is better than leasing… if we never sell another asset we can still lease the asset while retaining ownership of the resource. 

If you have never marched in protest then you do not really know how much power you have in a democracy. And if you are just not political, then join the march to find out who your countries minorities are and learn from those that have lost something and never want to lose it again. 

It’s no use waiting for a natural disaster to come along before you get to know your neighbours and the people you live in NZ with. Marches are great fun, full of drama and the people are always brilliant.   It is what you make it.  You being there does matter.

If you are just too famous or too middle class or plain too busy to march then do the decent thing and share this message with others who might be able to come and rally against those trying very hard to make us a poor country while elitists line their own pockets…this is not just about stopping a bill passing into law it is about stopping entrenched poverty.  There are too many examples of how ruthless this system is against the majority.  We are the majority and we must act like it.

Meet as us@ Tepapa click the link above or below for details.

MEET US IN WELLINGTON @ Te PaPa ON TUESDAY 22 MARCH 2011 @11 am

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