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New Zealand Shock Jock Says China Owns His Country

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George Grey made up Aetearoa, and shonkyminister made up George Grey made up Aetearoa. The word was derived from Maori mythology as the name given to the land by the Polynesian who first sighted it. But you stick with your little bit of nonsense, because you hate all indigenous people, and do your best to belittle them whenever you can, believing in "White Superiority" in all things in the way you do.

Again shonky is full of it. Labour/Greens lead the Nationals by a whopping 15% in political opinion polls in Aetearoa. Your man ScumO' despite all his advantages is neck and neck 50/50 with Labor in Australia.
Posted by Paul1405, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 6:02:42 AM
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Shadow Minister,

You are right in saying: "And before covid, Jacinda after a series of blunders was behind in the polls and was likely to lose the next election".

The WuFlu has been a boon for incompetent politicians everywhere. Dumb voters actually believe that self-serving politicians are 'saving' them. The bewildering thing as that it seems to work for both sides of politics. Nutters like Ardern and, here at home, Andrews, What's his name in WA, and the Queensland woman, all returned to dictatorship by adoring constituents. On the other side, it will probably see Morrison remaining as PM after the next election. And the only thing, other than Albanese, he has going for him is the WuFlu.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 10:11:07 AM
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Actually, the Morrison government does have another thing going for it, raised again by the current hooha about a sick Tamil child.

The Tamil parents met in Australia after they came here on TEMPORARY protection visas. The TEMORARY visas expired, and their applications to stay were rejected.

The had two children, even though the WERE TOLD THAT IT WOULD MAKE NO DIFFERENCE to their status. Children born in Australia to non-citizens have NOT been entitled to Australian citizenship since legislation was enacted in 1987 (Bob Hawke’s days). Therefore, in accordance with that law, the Tamils were to be deported.

If it were not for a few idiot Australians in a little country town, egged on by Marxist rabble rousers in the wider community, the Tamils would getting on with their lives in the own country, not causing us huge costs and kerfuffle in our country.

These people have no right whatsoever to remain in Australia. They should have been deported long ago. This is one case where the government has tried to do the right thing, only to be hindered by naive and emotional Australians, self-hating Australians, and some very dangerous activist Australians.

There is talk that NZ might like to have them.
Posted by ttbn, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 11:18:55 AM
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Pauliar,

I see that you are reverting to sh1t throwing monkey as soon as your convictions are shown to be bollocks.

https://www.newsroom.co.nz/aotearoa-whats-in-a-name

"Maori appears not to have had a name for what is now called New Zealand. The North Island was Te Ika a Maui – the fish of Maui – and the South Island Tewaipounamu, or the rivers of greenstone. The latter also had other names in legend, including Te waka a Maui, or Maui’s canoe, from which he hauled up his great fish.

The origins of Aotearoa are obscure. George Grey’s Polynesian Mythology, 1855 is sometimes credited with the first written use of the term when he recounted the legends of Maui, saying that the "greater part of his descendants remained in Hawaiki, but a few of them came here to Aotearoa... (or in these islands)".

As to the show phoney Jacinda, 7 months prior to the last elections Labour was trailing the nationals, at the elections during covid Labour won with a 25% lead. 9 months later it has dropped to 15% and with more than 2 years to the next election, there is plenty of time for Jacinda to cock it up again.
Posted by shadowminister, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 11:32:39 AM
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shonkyminister,

According to my wife, who would have more knowledge of things Maori in her little finger than a trumped up moron such as yourself would have in his whole body, assures me according to her Maori whakapapa the term Aotearoa has been in use long before the arrival of the Pakeha.

snonkyminister, in a populist two party state, like Australia, America or Aotearoa where the two major parties are not too dissimilar in policy and outlook, it's an aberration for one to maintain a huge sway over the other. Such is the case in Aotearoa where Labour's 25% win at the last election cannot reasonably be maintained over time. I expect things will return to normal and the polls will at some stage reflect that.
Posted by Paul1405, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 2:15:25 PM
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Pauliar,

I'm surprised that your wife is that old to be around before civilisation came to New Zealand.
Posted by shadowminister, Wednesday, 9 June 2021 2:23:14 PM
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