No Minister

WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT?

That sees a racial domination of a majority by a Minority so widely condemned in the 20th century now applauded and passing with nary a word of dismay in the 21st century. Surely it cannot be anything related to skin pigmentation? could it?. Yet that may be the only difference with the transitioning of advantage to Maori who are in fact only immigrants to this nation that for centuries while Much of Asia, The Americas all of Europe and South Africa had history of human settlement and development that preceded the arrival of Polynesia to these shores by many many years.

Idiotic phraseology that produces such divisive interference in society such as First people, Indigenous when clearly it was only the timing of arrival, Maori science, Maori medicine, cultural sensitivity, discrimination, White supremacy, Colonisation, rupturing traditional ties to lands food and shelter while ignoring all the benefits that accrue from mixing as one free people from diverse background, makes only for exacerbating social disruption..

Until we truly embrace previous directives on assimilation, racial harmony and collective advancement for all, this nation is wasting valuable time and opportunity to become one people. What will the luvvies do when in the future things have become no better or sadly only worse for those clinging to Maori as a racial group, being legislatively regarded as separate, decided on extremely dubious racial considerations that may be as nefarious as to how one feels over racial origins, surely that will only end badly.

In 1840 maori, many with alacrity accepted a control from the United Kingdom, of governance by way of a common instrument of diplomatic jaw boning, under a “Treaty” that would end tribal slaughter, a very serious depredation for weaker more sensible tribes only to be slaughtered and enslaved by marauding war parties that had become far more lethal with the introduction of firearms. That “Treaty” had succeeded by the end of that century and for much of the next until a bunch of academically nuanced Politicians and bureaucrats, for many different reasons interfered with “The Market’ and the Treaty industry took off.

This week a rather tarnished socialist loser suddenly promoted well beyond his apparent abilities is to reform again the health system and it is being claimed it will include an apartheid inspired seperate class of citizens who are to be advantaged over others based solely on a very dodgy claiming of a racial division that has zero measure as to actual medical needs or normal prioritising. One aspect of my 14 years of St John Ambulance training that thankfully never confronted me was to arrive at a multiple victim disaster and quickly assess all victims to garner a priority for treatment. It involved a lead carer to quickly assess all victims to set four categories for treatment that could be markers for arriving treatment providers. One of the four classes was identified with a Black label and they were assessed as either dead or unlikely to survive, Now of course that assessment was never to be final, it was a triage guide that gave an immediate priority for treatment but with the entry of apartheid tgat will become a factor but very difficult to encompass as so many who today claim Maori for advantage do not actually exhibit easily established racial characteristics so a next step might require some form of Arm band or perhaps a tattoo on the inside of the forearm, now where were those systems widely employed I wonder.

Apartheid, apartheid. apartheid, it is racist, no ifs, no buts, no maybe!

Written by Gravedodger

April 22, 2021 at 11:30 am

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  1. I think the decision to do away with DHBs is the right one. We don’t need that layer of bureaucracy in a country the size of NZL especially given that DHBs are not really accountable to anyone except in the abstract sense. The proof of the pudding will of course be in the eating but I do have a real concern that a centralised health authority will see small rural hospitals at risk of closure against any move to regionalize health facilities in a one-stop-shop complex.

    What is more disturbing (and wrong) is the decision to create a separate Maori Health Authority competing for health dollars. Look to Te Puni Kokiri … been there for decades and a brilliant success story NOT. The reality is that Maoridom does not speak with a united voice … never has and never will. Just get Ngapuhi and Ngati Porou in the same room and you will quickly learn why. Health services must be provided on the basis of need, not ethnicity.

    The Veteran

    April 22, 2021 at 2:46 pm

    • I’ve been hoping that you or perhaps Nick K would write an article/analysis of these healthcare proposals.

      I’ve always thought that the DHB’s were simply a meat-in-the-sandwich thing whereby the central government of the day could use them as a shield when things went wrong in some part of the country, while controlling the purse strings that actually make things good or bad. I’d actually expected the Clark administration to get rid of them, but I guess they found the arrangement as politically useful as Shipley’s did.

      Tom Hunter

      April 22, 2021 at 6:56 pm

  2. Tom … I thought I did that. DHB’s devolved into a socialist kindergarten for aspiring politicians beholden to the government of the day with zip, zero accountability in the knowledge that central government was always gonna pick up the tab. We need DHBs in the same way we need regional police forces as per the UK model. FFS, we’re smaller (population wise) than Sydney.

    The Veteran

    April 22, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    • Well, a post allows more scope than a comment. Given Nick K’s ACT background I also wonder what his thoughts on this are?

      Tom Hunter

      April 22, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    • For that matter I’d like to know what Milt thinks of these proposals.

      Tom Hunter

      April 22, 2021 at 7:51 pm


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