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Thread: Is it racist?

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    Re: Is it racist?

    It's not only racist; it's simply impossible. There is no objective way to distinguish between different ethnicities, much in the same way that it is impossible to objectively distinguish between different races.

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    Re: Is it racist?

    Quote Originally Posted by George VI View Post
    I'll tell you what's racist.

    When is it okay to have a party in Government that only promotes Maori interests? It's name is the Maori Party, all their policies are directed to maori empowerment, and to steal land off the Pakehas (Non-Maori). They want Maori to have top-priority when it comes to getting jobs, because "Maori are really disenfranchised", they want Maori to own all the beaches in New Zealand, and be in all corners of Government.

    They will squabble to whomever has the majority in Parliament. Last year they were in a left-wing coalition in Government, this year, because Labour lost, they quickly re-invented themselves as a right-wing political party, so to unite with the National Party, who are in government at the moment.

    But you know when a white man creates a white party, he and his party are labeled as racist, the kkk, bigots, etc. But it's okay to have a Maori Party, that's only interested in what they call "Maori empowerment".

    It's like the feminist movement all over again.
    I think our nation could learn much from New Zealand, particularly in the arena of what not to do in so-called race relations....

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