This is why I think I’ll stick to taxis when in Auckland :-):
Anakereiti and others were offended when I compared Maori radicals with Muslim fundamentalists.
What do you say now, Anakereiti?
Through constant brainwashing with fake history, a generation of young Maori has been dangerously radicalised.
Some are clearly beside themselves with rage at the ‘f***ing Pakeha’.
I’m hearing about state-funded Maori immersion colleges in the Waikato where the kids emerge unable to read or write English.
(As if illiteracy isn’t bad enough in the normal state schools.)
Surely this is child abuse?
English, not Maori, is the world language.
English, not Maori, is the language that more Chinese people are learning than there are people in the US.
And yet here’s New Zealand, an English-speaking country, with a government that’s depriving children of their right to communicate in the modern world.
And what other doctrines are those Maori kids being immersed in in those schools? Is the foaming fool on this bus a graduate?
Might a Maori immersion college have more than a little in common with a Muslim madrassa?
This video is why we’re going to need security at our meetings.
This letter is why I may need some of my own:
Sooner or later, I suppose one of these angry young warriors will want to take me out — and I don’t mean to the movies.
But shooting the messenger would be sure to backfire, big-time.
For a start, they’d make me a martyr. (Not a bad look on the CV.)
Then my wife would get a nice insurance payout. (Financially, at least, I’m worth more dead than alive.)
But more importantly, voters would not tolerate such a violent response to a call for racial equality. The roar for a colourblind state would become too loud for even John Key to ignore.
Meanwhile, I’d really like to know why that bus driver failed to stop for the Maori lady. Was he being racist, as the ranter claims?
Or was there a more innocent explanation — like the woman being late to the bus stop?
If you know the guy, please ask him to leave a comment.