A bit of that here too:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/7892067/Workmen-leave-gap-in-road-markings-after-finding-dead-badger.html
Welcome to the dark ages - a rotting dolphin attracts more respect than a child / pensioner / anyone else beaten to death. There really is no hope except in Christ.
Exactly right anon and well said
Jay-sus.Why couldn't it die like every other dolphin out there and do it in a drift net.At least that's what the Greenies tell us.
Whakatane.. The obese capital of New Zealand..A well fought over prize.... Take welfare out of Whakatane .. They would have no time to pretend that they are protecting their heritage..
Too many beneficiaries, too many idlers with little to do.
And the very people mourning the death of Moko more than likely attributed to its death. People were told that too much contact with Moko would become problematic. In this case that likely led to its death.
Probably the best display of pathetic, mawkish bullshit I have heard in a long time. The long speeches, crap poetry, keening, wailing chanting by our brown brethren, the utter riculousness of the entire circus made me hit the 'off' button like David Tua punches. Five minutes later I switch on again and the bloody crime against sense is still in progress.This is evidence NZ has dropped off the map of civilisation.George
I put it all down to post-colonialist-traumatic stress syndrome from when that murri tart hit it on the head with her waka paddle.Bloody cannibals!
FFS. I bet these wankers are funded either directly or indirectly by the state for this absolute crap. Should have been towed out to see to take its place in the foodchain with all its deceased forebears
I wonder how much Koha Doc had to pay for their various Marae consultations to decide the proper protocol having regard to the culture of the tangawhenua.
Anonymous 10:54As a very frequent visitor to Whakatane, I could not agree with you more.. I have for many years referred to it as the obese capital of NZ.Absolutely disgusting the size of so many people waddling around there. adam23214
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