Sunday, August 19, 2012

HONE HARAWIRA


Hone Harawira has clearly lost his marbles or worse by aligning himself with the Black Power and Mongrel Mob and opposing legislation now before the House which would see them disbarred from accessing Government services while wearing their patches.

Mr Harawira knows or should know those patches are there to intimidate.   Mr Harawira knows or should know that being 'patched' almost certainly requires the person involved to have committed a crime to prove his/her worth. Mr Harawira knows or should know that the Black Power and the Mongrel Mob are heavily into organised crime including the methamphetamine ‘industry’ which has and is wrecking havoc with so many lives, Maori and non-Maori alike. Mr Harawira knows or should know that the Black Power and Mongrel Mob operate outside societal norms and are a disgrace to Maoridom.

So just why Mr Harawira chooses to view these two criminal organisations through brown tinted rose coloured spectacles has me beat. Why he should want to associate any 'mana' that he has with them has me beat.      Perhaps it’s his way of giving yet again the one figured salute to the rest of New Zealand.

The good people of Te Tai Tokerau deserve much better than this ... sad, sad, sad.

p.s.   Question .... someone (perhaps Judge) will know which Party has been given and accepted Harawira's proxy vote in the House given that he seems to be MIA from the debating chamber an awful lot.

12 comments:

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Hone knows convicted felons in NZ DO have a vote.

Psycho Milt said...

Mr Harawira knows or should know that being 'patched' almost certainly requires the person involved to have committed a crime to prove his/her worth. Mr Harawira knows or should know that the Black Power and the Mongrel Mob are heavily into organised crime including the methamphetamine ‘industry’ which has and is wrecking havoc with so many lives, Maori and non-Maori alike. Mr Harawira knows or should know that the Black Power and Mongrel Mob operate outside societal norms and are a disgrace to Maoridom.

All of which suggests that their practice of wearing identification patches rather than walking round in civvies is actually quite useful for the rest of us.

There's a very basic issue of freedom of expression here. That probably isn't the basis of Hone's opposition to the bill, but it's certainly mine. The fact that so many NZers would back National trampling basic freedoms into the dirt is truly the most depressing thing about this.

Shane Ponting said...

" The fact that so many NZers would back National trampling basic freedoms into the dirt is truly the most depressing thing about this."

I would suggest this is because previous administrations of both sides have taken the public by the hand and led them into the nanny state scenario we have today that involves looking to the government to solve all of life's problems.

They are just being good little boys and girls Milt.

Exclamation Mark said...

"The fact that so many NZers would back National trampling basic freedoms into the dirt is truly the most depressing thing about this."

I agree but I'm not at all surprised. The gangs have been around for the best part of four decades now basically being completely awful and quite often getting away with it.

Finally the government - any government - says they are going to do something about it, no matter how ineffectual that something is, and naturally the public falls in behind it in the vain hope that this will harm the gangs in someway.

Harawira is just a shit stirring cunt from a long line of them, he has no answers for any of society's ills and will never have the power to do anything about it even if he did. This is simply one of his occasional squeeks to let us all know he is still here feeding off the public tit and "sticking it to the man/standing up for the little guy"

The Veteran said...

Milt/Shane ... with respect, rubbish. The 'patches' are meant to intimidate and they do. What the the Bill does is to put patches on the same plane as the wearing of 'hoodies' in banks ... or do you oppose that too?

dad4justice said...

Hey bro I am patched up as a whitemotherfucker. You said so! As I was a young kid I laughed when we sung "catcha n####r by his toe".................. Bring it on brown boy.

You don't scare me you racist thug!!

Our tribe is charity just ask any race track owner!

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Milt. take your freedom of expression argument a little further.

Can I take it you would have no problem with a gang of Ayrab yoofs, from somewhere genteel like Gaza, dressing up in Waffen SS uniforms and goose stepping down the main street of Tel Aviv?

Psycho Milt said...

Re banks and hoodies, the owner of a private property has a moral right to impose any dress code he feels like. This is about whether the govt has a moral right to legislate a dress code for public buildings. It doesn't.

Re Waffen SS uniforms in Tel Aviv, I wouldn't have any problem with it at all, but I imagine the locals might. Use at your own risk, etc.

dad4justice said...

So psycho, the SS thing in Israel would be like the big gay out in Tehran?
Checkmate lefty fag.

Psycho Milt said...

If I understand it correctly, your argument is that the rulers of Iran hate gays as much as you do, so I'm wrong about gang patches. I can honestly say I have no response to that.

The Veteran said...

Milt ... this may come as terrible shock to you but the judicial system has banned the wearing of gang patches in Courts for as long as can remember.

Reason ... it is accepted they intimidate jurers.

That's your argumenmt slam-dunked then.

Re the contributions of D4J.

As somebody else once said, there are a very rare few who can argue ad hominem, ad absurdum and ad nauseam simultaneously...and, worse still, ad infinitum as well.

dad4justice said...

Not a patch on you eh Vet.

27th Intake.