MAORI ARE THE EQUAL MIDDLE NIPPLES – MAORI NEED TO BE INCLUDED MORE IN KEY BANKS OBFUSICATION POLITICAL NATIONAL ASIA-PACIFIC HEADLINES – NEW ZEALAND
In looking at New Zealand’s most read newspaper’s website, it is fair to say that Maori do not feature enough in news agenda setting and political agenda setting mindsets. If The Herald is anything to go by, NZ is only flashing a white nipple today and has forgotten about its Maori nipple. It’s also mainly a 55+ white nipple being flashed as NZ’s look.
Where the missing nipple is, in ‘NZ’s topless photos’ look, we’ve painted on a look of diversity, as body painted replacement nipple pastiche, to hide our racism concerning Maori exclusion. I say that in jest, though that’s how news is looking from the Herald and The Beehive today.
The look is every ‘race’ has been encouraged by NZ’s PM to feast off the back of Maori, like a gang bash of vampiric white cannibalist-led bullrush. At bullrush, people have turns being ’it’, (the target) yet not under Mr Key. He has regressed Maori reality under his rule and needs to rectify this track record quite substantially in the next part of his leadership. Then bullrush as national sport taught to children, can be enjoyed more in a less racist light. Economically, this is not what Maori signed up for when welcoming trading partners into NZ. So, we need to stop this smug behavior, or at least curb it.
What I mean is (metaphors aside): How do we change this when Maori wage inequality, economic access equality opportunity in the wider NZ economy and Maori unemployment is at an all time high in NZ history since the 1930′s? A sideswipe of cattiness towards Maori, is ultimately a sideswipe to all New Zealand citizens, just a few years down the track. Pakeha (or new immigrants) don’t realize this, yet history has told us, that is the case – hence doing this post today.
In the 1930′s though, Maori owned a lot more land than Maori do now. Today, never before in history have Maori been more at risk than in today’s current New Zealand and global climate. Pieces of the NZ Herald’s website run throughout this article. I love the fun and silly news tone of the paper (way better than a year ago – less crime, less grief, less dark torrid tone – a good thing it’s picked up, as it was like living in a cemetary when you read the news in NZ, before the more up beat tone that now features, thank Chrissendom!), yet it’s just that Maori have gone missing in a good light (or at all) from the visual representation of the news. Millions of dollars are spent on creating news generating headlines and stories each year – millions of tax payers dollars are – so we need to realign this spend with the law and include Maori as equal treaty partners of The Crown, in such newsy spending sprees. Who makes those decisions of ‘the spend?’ and more Maori need to be on ‘that board’ who is.
How do we change the current look of total Maori exclusion in mainstream flow of culture both economically and in reality of daily life, to reflect more a people, observing the spirit of the treaty of NZ’s founding document concerning Maori people?
Cheeky John Banks $250k donations from German chubby teddy bears with hot Asian baby momma wives, for Mayoralty races or politics for example, aren’t as important an all consuming issue to garner news coverage over Maori water equality recongition, with water rights useage and flows.
Our nation’s religion and sports cults hobbies [sic] like rugby and cricket are fun, yet if the Maori language is not being spoken enough by all New Zealanders or new immigrants are not being strongly encouraged that it is a key part of holding a New Zealand citizenship to further the Maori language, then what good is the Maori haka’s real message outside of a football field televised setting? Also, what are immigration officers ensuring as quality control for New Zealand when ensuring new citizens ‘observe a Treaty of Waitangi in spirit’ focus, as a rite of passage to acclimating right into NZ? These compliance tests need to be done from NZ government’s payrolled peeps into this area concerning Maori and immigration in NZ perhaps about now. They also need to be carried out on NZ enterprise right across the private sector too. That job, will create a lot of employment and grow the economy too. Maori are creative. Giving Maori a stronger chance of showing that by clearing away the greedy racism needs to be a top priority of NZ at this time, before an indication to foreign investors that NZ is a safe investment is sounded from NZ.
We need to try harder to include Maori content more across all levels of NZ society and our media and our govermental policies and political agenda and economic setting games. At the same time, Maori have to lift the game and be more assertive while showing a globally relevant and conscious face that is media representation worthy on a daily basis. It would be equally unfair for Maori to expect press, or increased profile, if not living as leaders worthy of it. So we all need to work across the board more to create a more inclusive Maori-friendly and inclusive playing field.
We need to work hard in ensuring this on all sides concerning Maori’s strong future in NZ, the South Pacific, Asia-Pacific’s next wave of wealth creation for a win-win for all Kiwis and foreign investors being taught to include and not exclude Maori too.
Chinese (or Asian investments) take overs of New Zealand companies are of concern to New Zealanders too yet in the same manner New Zealanders fear a ‘foreign’ take over, is similar to Maori fears of the same experiences past and present.
Bringing Maori to the fore also helps to evaluate any concerns on such issues. To reduce Maori’s voices means leaders want to sell NZ off and direct the economic flows only theirs and their friends way. Good? Not good? To be expected? Or does more need to be done to shove back at such games largely going unquestioned in a rhetoric of distractions being employed to do it? To hoodwink Maori out of fair economic recompense and earning capacity through racist stealth, is not a matter to be proud of. It is a matter of shame that must stop.
At the time of writing, protecting Prince Williams wife’s nipples privacy is viewed as important. Yet in New Zealand the issue is not as important as the raping of Maori resources, (or not addressing a habit of doing so, in the past adequately enough) or denying Maori rights to access economic opportunity more fairly. There is a running list of priorities to focus on and address, that NZ should not be distracted from.
Protection of Maori’s future place in NZ, needs to happen not only in New Zealand but also with what Maori are capable of achieving economically as entrepreneurs for people of the South Pacific. A true leader elect of New Zealand will protect Maori interests more so than Prince William for example, protecting Kate’s nipples’ privacy. That’s the look, NZ wants to see happen for Maori, is the Windsor tone on Kate’s nipples. All media need to be informed of that. Or should be.
William’s family’s lead on protecting Kate’s nipples privacy needs to be the same tone taken when protecting Maori’s future interests economically in and from New Zealand. How can our government be more like that, when protecting the Middle nipples of NZ, ie: Maori people and Iwi aspirations who are legally The Crown’s true treaty partners. Yet when you look at statistics, the equality is not present, suggesting that The Crown has not been protecting its ‘middle nipples’ at all in the manner a Windsor would protect their wife’s nipples per se. So, that attitude needs to change from NZ leaders from the top down. The racism is a cancer to the health of NZ cultural life and also a real guilt free economy.
To obfusicate (a game of politicians only working for an elite minority not the majority they were elected to work for in these times), is to suck out attention away from stablility of Maori inclusion economically at this time. Okay, granted we are not as skilled at that game in NZ as say, Elena Kagan of the USA is, yet we do a darn good job at the art of obfusication fobbery and avoidance to detract from more important issues, especially those concerning Maori inclusion.
Can we sorta include Maori more?
Don’t get me wrong, I know obfusication is a legal art of politics and economics that we appreciate, yet it shouldn’t be carried out at the expense of Maori. We can evolve the art in other ways now, perhaps.
To obfusicate at Maori expense, is a political tactic that only will make New Zealand more Chinese, Russian, Wall Street and Lloyds of London, German and World Bank owned. NZ will not be stronger, as those culture’s haven’t reigned in their fossil fuels consumption rates, so where is their next fuel meal coming from in the years ahead? Think about that if those games are entered into, at the expense of Maori.
Therefore, the game being played will make NZ vulnerable (more so than Lady Gaga’s fan club name) of being chomped by the foreign investors whims, once in that net and trap. They all will benefit off NZ, yet NZ citizens won’t win long term. The countryside won’t be as we know it in our great grandchildren’s times. The foreigners (consumers far away) won’t care either.
Maori are the only test New Zealand has of ensuring a New Zealand that is actually owned by New Zealanders. Maori are the longest gatekeepers at ensuring NZ is as we know it. We need to show more respect to that, not shunt Maori out of the way in secret trade deals when as equal trading partners they should always have been present at all major deals concerning NZ. We need to make that a new trend in NZ and live within a treaty spirit that reflects this new trend. A restoration of historic wrongs, finally being addressed and changed.
When Maori go ‘missing’ in our media, it’s a sure sign that exploitation of New Zealand is occurring on all sides. Honesty from government would issue: Pirate patches that should be worn by all New Zealanders as a reminder as to what’s actually going on and that citizens of NZ are conscious of that fact, more visually with Mr Key’s policies that tend to not create, (he’s lazy and big on talk and dividing NZ) yet his policies just want to bust up stuff and then sell it off once people are too devastated to fight the sales.
Okay, that was harsh, yet there’s truth in that style of brutal sale strategy that has been employed in NZ too. Any Kiwi living outside of NZ has witnessed that happen, outside looking in, to a nation Kiwi citizens love. It’s been a bit butchered of late.
When Maori aren’t present at the main negotiating table (or this is reflected in news agencies as well), it’s a sure sign that the wrong nipples are on display for the wrong reasons of politics and global engineering. They are greedy, lying, cheating nippes on show. Maori need to stand side-be-side in all main trade and political decisions. That should be the new look of NZ. So where does this leave Maori or New Zealand as we know it?
Why are the most talented Maori shackled, silenced or being economically persescuted, marginalized, downplayed by the current government on many key areas? Why do smart Maori return to NZ (smart Kiwis too), only to be put through a grill under this current government? Clearly, they were not included for a reason. Their lack of inclusion, a huge slur on NZ’s economic strength planning in future years. A few greedy people, will need to answer to the thwarting tactics of this game too, in years to come.
You see, what you did to someone else, comes back on you ten fold. So, how do we change the karma as a result that will surely hit NZ, and make that more safe too?
Such thoughts whizz through my brain as I witness the selling off of New Zealand, by someone who is a first? generation Kiwi and his team.
It makes me think, with such results occurring, if NZ was to get a school report card by an external reviewer, a fair comment on it would be: “why didn’t New Zealand just lease a PM from China for five years instead? Wouldn’t you have got a similar result?” would be a fair criticism worth Key’s team discussing, to go back it in and do the rest of the match better. It makes me want to ask Christchurch City too, what they think of this panda-like track record they gifted NZ from the Southern City. Really!
When I see such games being played, I do laugh too though as these are difficult times for leaders. They often get zero thanks for the good they do.
Another thought is: Does the Beehive need a Panda in the front yard of the Capital green lawn to go with New Zealand’s next three years headlines? Wouldn’t a real Panda be cheaper too in detracting the heat? The amount of bamboo the Panda chomps could be a good metaphor at our rising debt pile unless we all (not just Mr Key and his team of peers) get more creative in building a stronger export economy.
Of course I’m semi-joking. It is an honor to have a Jewish PM. Even though his ability to look after the original ‘Jews’ of NZ, (eg: Maori) needs to show way more signs of improvement perhaps.
[The paper is fun today. I want to 80% totally affirm it, not grump about it. It's very cool. Just where are our Maori bros and sistas aye?! Let's see the disturbing trend of 'everyone else except Maori being featured in news' headlines. It's an unconstitutional representation of NZ until we become more active in creating Maori heroes as a norm and being prepared to include and showcase their inclusion more. Let's maintain the fun (awesome! :) while being more mindful of representing Maori in a good light and more often, please. Thanks for reading and hearing].
The Herald’s 5 Top healdines by popularity today are listed as being young royal bikini scandals and rugby hits as news generators:
As important as absent Maori news are stories like: NZ’s Ross Sea efforts ‘a disgrace’. A Maori headline today is an advertisement link to The Listener Magazine. It is: Tau Henare as Lockwood Henare - not just yet. Lol.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 18.9.12~
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