Monday, 25 May 2009

Auckland Protest Supports Racism and cost Citizens Millions

So a few hundred braindead losers who think there should be Maaoori representation on the new Auckland City Council without them being democratically voted in stopped Auckland traffic this morning costing those that work for a living 10s of millions of dollars in lost income.

Did they ever think about what they were protesting for?

Well, plain and simple they were protesting to support apartheid. Yep, these morons were holding up you and me to support racism.

Ironically a large percentage of those protesting today were also protesting against apartheid in South Africa during the 1981 Springbok tour.

The Willie Jacksons, John Tamaheres and Haraweras of this world protested against the evil of South African apartheid in the 1980s but these racists are back in 2009 proposing the very same thing for Auckland.

Its evil, nasty, venal, lazy thinking and it has no place in a modern progressive society. 

We should all be ashamed of them and some of us really need to grow up, shun tribalism and embrace freedom, capitalism and democracy.

c Political Animal 2009


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2 comments:

  1. The person who wrote this posting must but be living in a sheltered and very iliterate circle. Obviously they have no idea of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

    Judging by this poor comment, he must've suffered greatly being held up in traffic whilst on its way to work that morning. I do pity it.

    If there is anything remotely evil and nasty, it would have to be the person who concluded that the protest was racially motivated! Now I ask this, how can a modern society progress when it is filled with uneducated, ill-informed and very anti-democratic twits?

    Apartheid? Haaaa! What an even bigger joke coming from this fool! I bet it wasn't even around when the Springboks toured here in NZ! And if it was, it would have been running around in shitty nappies.

    Tsk tsk and shame on you.

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  2. I am indigenous here but I have no time for racist violent jungle bunnies in the UN responsible for murders of their own people telling a section of New Zealand that they have rights above and beyond everyone else.

    No, I didnt get held up in traffic but this racist apartheid march held up others and costs Auckland 10s of millions in lost productivity.

    The march supports privileges above others because of skin colour so that makes it racist. End of story.

    You mention the 1981 Springbok Tour and those that protested against apartheid in SA. My point exactly you racist fool, how can you participate in 1981 and then march in 2009 supporting what you marched against all those years ago.

    Inconsistent,hypocritical, braindead, and at the least intellectually dishonest and definitely factually dishonest.

    Go back to the Marae at Auckland Uni and ask Motu to teach you a more about life and not just the usual racist, slanted crap that she usually teaches.

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