(In keeping with our policy of publishing a wide range of views, even though the editors may disagree with them, we present Bud Jone’s opinion piece on Marama Fox’s views for the future of government in New Zealand.)
The objectives of a racist group
We have a racist group operating in our country working with the publicly expressed purpose to replace the present government system with its own form of governance. No, it is not a branch of the Taliban, Alqaeda or ISIS, but a group racially defining itself as Maori: a group we have been taught to regard with the highest esteem and respect.
They make no secret of their plan to take over the country, even setting out the recipe for all to see as revealed below by a leader named Fox.
Could I please urge everyone to send this: HEADS UP around to all your address book so as to avoid some terrible times ahead in this peaceful smiling land which is, so far, unaccustomed to civil war!!
What sort of country do we want to leave behind for our grand kids?
Marama Fox plans for the country’s governance
Marama Fox, the former co-leader of the Maori Party, which used to represent the tribal elite in Parliament, outlined their plan for the Maori language in an interview in the Listener before the election.
It involved replacing our Westminster model of Parliamentary democracy in New Zealand with a “unique form of governance that would favour Maori customs, principles and values.”
She explained it was all ‘plotted out’: It would take 36 years – 12 election cycles – for a Maori sovereignty party to share government… it’s a radical vision… but if we believe in it, then we need to march towards it.
Compulsory Te Reo in schools
She elaborated further that the “critical step” in shifting the thinking of New Zealanders to make it all possible was to make the Maori language a core subject in the country’s schools.
Marama Fox argued that people look at things differently once they’ve acquired te reo. It’s a world view. The Maori world view is different and that’s expressed in the language. The language unlocks our history and our thinking.
In other words, the compulsory teaching of the Maori language is key to enabling the Maori sovereignty movement to impose their self-serving agenda onto New Zealand.
That’s why Maori sovereignty advocates like Marama Fox are determined to have Maori taught in schools as a compulsory subject.
It’s a tool for political control and is fundamental to the successful indoctrination of the next generation, which is a prerequisite to gaining political governance……
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