Maori Party hopelessly compromised on terrorism

All hat no trouser

Jesus wept I haven’t laughed this hard for some time.

The Maori Party are now calling for caution over new terrorism powers after someone reminded them of the Urewera raids…

Māori Party opposes anti-terrorism legislation bill, co-leader wants action taken slowly

Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi, who opposes the anti-terrorism legislation bill, thinks it will exacerbate an already inadequate counter-terrorism system.

He believes that the best course of action is to take this legislation slowly.

“It’s about us, kia āta haere (taking it very slowly), and to make sure that we’re creating protective measures for tangata whenua,” he says.

this need for caution is one TDB has been pointing out but it’s hilarious from the mouths of the Maori Party because before it was an ISIS terrorist hacking at people in Lynn Mall, the Maori Party were bewilderingly demanding a stasi from the SIS…

Call for taskforce targeting right-wing extremists with rise in anti-Māori talk

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The Māori Party has called for a joint task force to investigate anti-Māori hate speech shortly after laying an official complaint alleging police inaction over a video pulled from YouTube for violating terms.

“We are experiencing an unprecedented increase in racist rhetoric across social media by white supremacist organisations that is inciting hate speech and violence against tangata whenua,” Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer said.

A joint statement from Te Pāti Māori (Māori Party)’s Ngarewa-Packer and co-leader Rawiri Waititi on Wednesday afternoon called for a joint taskforce between the Security Intelligence Service (SIS) and the police to investigate targeting of Māori by right-wing extremist groups.

don’t forget this demand for a stasi was also endorsed by the ultra woke stuff! When it was white supremacists the Maori Party wanted an SIS stasi but when the terrorist is Muslim & the legislation might also hit Maori its suddenly time to tap the breaks?

I am pro the Maori Party, believe they are a crucial voice in NZ politics and I see the Treaty as the founding document of our nation.

I’m one of the few Pakeha you will find who argues we need an Upper House 50-50 Maori-Pakeha.

I also hunted down and outed an actual online white supremacist who ran an Australian neoNazi website and back in 1997 on TV3 I tracked down West Auckland NeoNazis Unit88.

I also set up the MANA Party, so please, don’t dare attempt to denigrate my following criticism as racist against the Maori Party because fuck you, my record speaks for itself as a supporter of Maori Tino rangatiratanga and Nazi hunting.

But there are philosophical limits to that support and the Maori Party’s terrifying call to found our very own stasi is that limit.

If any other political party asked to create a secret police force that hunts for word crimes and thought criminals there would be rioting in the street but because it’s the Maori Party and it’s aimed at something we all hate that’s somehow fine?

That the Maori Party, after demanding a secret stasi force to hunt white terrorists, is now calling on anti terrorism legislation to slow down so they don’t get tagged by the State would be funny if it weren’t so tragic!

Like the woke, they are all over the place.

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  1. It’s not being all over the place.
    It’s being rank hypocrites.
    (That hat is cultural appropriation by the way)

  2. I see the Greens have gone awfully quiet as well, which is not surprising when several in their ranks are overt supporters of radical Islamic elements in the middle east.

    • Of course they are quite James Shaw is going to Glasgow for a conference by air . Fun he is happy to go to a hot bed of covid but not prepared to go to Wellington to represent his constituents .

  3. According to Ardern the terrorist was of no faith -yet he had a professed hankering for wanting to kill non Muslims. So a Muslim extremist then

    • Nope. She said he represented no faith. Big difference. Much like Tarrent didn’t represent white people in general.

      • Kim: “She said he represented no faith. ”

        She can say that until the cows come home, but it’s an inescapable fact that he represented Islamism. So: a Muslim, right enough, even though an extremist.

          • Kim: “So..(and i’m assuming you are white) Tarrent represented you?”

            You miss the point. Islamism is an extremist branch of Islam: he did what he did because he’s an Islamist, and of course a Muslim. That’s the sort of thing they’ve done elsewhere in the world, as I’m sure you’ve noticed.

            Tarrant, on the other hand, wasn’t representing anyone but himself. Have you read anything about his motivations?

            • “Tarrant, on the other hand, wasn’t representing anyone but himself.”

              That of course is opinion, but if you feel that Samsudeen represented Islamism (I don’t necessarily disagree) you should be able to concede that Tarrant is also representative of a section of the political spectrum as also represented by Anders Behring.

              “Have you read anything about his motivations?”

              That’s a bit difficult as his manifesto is largely suppressed.

  4. Not surprising that Waititi is backing away from his call for stronger anti terrorism oversight. Probably his caution reflects his support, at least in principle, of the small but dangerous faction with some seriously ugly attitudes to their fellow Kiwis of a paler complexion.
    Check this out from #15 on the Green’s 2020 party list Lourdes Vanomo;

    • David George: “…the small but dangerous faction with some seriously ugly attitudes to their fellow Kiwis of a paler complexion.”

      I worked many years in the health sector. My late mother was a teacher. Long years ago, both of us encountered anti-pakeha attitudes from some of the people with whom we worked. So there’s nothing new about it, but in the contemporary environment, those holding such attitudes feel that it’s ok to express them publicly.

      Yet at the same time, non-Maori who are sceptical about the Maori electoral system and question the notion of special treatment for Maori are excoriated, as if they’re as anti-Maori as the likes of Waititi are anti-pakeha.

      Hypocrisy: that’s what it is.

  5. They’ve caught that Woke disease. “GangGreen”.
    It’s a new disease.
    It forms when Wokery invades politics thinking as an ideology. An untested ideology but reels in the minds of the naive, vulnerable and stupid.

    The Maori are fucked again!

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