Keep ’em in a state of surviving

While you’re in a state of surviving your focus is on survival rather than looking at the big picture.

While the government forces wages lower and lower to keep you all in this constant state of survival, and dependency on those who really rule you.

And you thought slavery only existed in the history books.

They’ll keep you busy by working your sorry asses harder and harder while keeping you grateful for any crumbs that get tossed your way.

But don’t worry, they’ll keep you occupied and happy with mind numbing shit like the All Blacks, Shortland Street, The Kardashians and Justin Beiber because you’ll like that.

They’ll educate your kids in their dumb and dumber education system, the very same system that they built – but refuse to send their own kids to.

They’ll pass more draconian laws that deprive you of even more of your freedoms and they’ll build more prisons so that they can lock away ‘your kind’ but not ‘their kind’.

And they’re doing all of this with your permission because you’re all asleep.

Wake the fuck up!

P.S. The Kohanga Reo movement is currently under attack by the National party’s chief house-nicker Hekia Parata.

How to rig the vote – USA style!


7 Comments (+add yours?)

    Oct 19, 2012 @ 08:04:44

    tautoko – the resolution is


  2. hera
    Oct 19, 2012 @ 12:08:31

    not all of us are asleep but what the fuck can anyone really do


    • Tainui on the Web. Eraka's Blog
      Oct 20, 2012 @ 08:31:26

      Victory for Sam Kuha and the Poor

      MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau Hone Harawira

      Thursday 11th October

      “Sam Kuha deserves a medal” says MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau Hone Harawira.

      “Paula Bennett’s office confirmed today that she will meet with Sam Kuha and listen to his concerns provided he comes off his hunger strike”.

      “Tomorrow (Friday 12th October) marks the 30th day for Sam without food. I will be meeting with Sam and his supporters at Malahi Café at Kaikohe at 10 am for a bowl of soup as he comes off his hunger strike”.

      “Sam’s frustration with WINZ began after he was told that after being granted three food grants he must see a budgeter, despite the waiting list being as long as two weeks. Sam’s response to the Minister was to tell her that food should be given where it is needed and to scrap the policy”.

      “Unfortunately Sam’s failure to receive a food grant is common in poor communities. Over the past four years the number of hardship grants for food has nearly doubled. Sam deserves a pat on the back for raising awareness about the issue”.

      “I hope the Minister listens to what Sam has to say and scraps a policy that sees people having to beg for food. She should also do more for beneficiaries who are struggling to make ends meet rather than introduce punitive measures that treat all beneficiaries like lazy, dope-smoking bludgers”.

      “Good on you Sam. Not many people I know would starve themselves for a month on behalf of the poor. Here’s hoping the Minister hears what you have to say and actually provides a hand-up for beneficiaries”.


  3. Rakau
    Oct 20, 2012 @ 17:04:55

    Ae, ka tika. Kei te tautoko. The only way out is to create our own economic system and opt out of theirs. That will help us and hurt them. Set up co-ops. Buy from each other. Swap, trade, grow our own stuff, make our own stuff and help each other. Not that hard. Our tipuna did it! We can! Globalisation hurts the little people. But not if we don’t get sucked into it.


  4. Charlie B
    Oct 22, 2012 @ 09:59:13

    Good idea how do we get started! The western system whereby globalisation enriches the few at the expense of the many is coming to an end. The banks rob the customers and governments the world over stand by and let them.

    Even the bloating waistlines of the maori elistist autocracy run largely by old has beens in their bullshit castles like Tainui are sucked into the system.
    These masters of the checka book baseball bat, spending millions of our money on lawsuits to kick each other up the arse have fallen into the same trap.

    Little brown pakehas trying to show how edumacated they are by giving our tribal money to the clever pakeha lawyer to put that clown down the corridor in his place.

    Easy to sue an opponent when its not your money.The whole tribal land claims process hijacked and abused by the select few who keep stealing from the cookie jar. I am not saying they are all like that but I know one that it applys to.

    Swap, trade, grow our own where are our young people who have the energy and brains to make it work. We got some pretty smart educated young people out there. We need some forum for ideas and see if we can generate some interest. Worth a look for sure. How do we keep out of the banking system,the government system, the tax system and create our own economic base for ourselves.


  5. Smithy
    Oct 22, 2012 @ 16:51:22

    When Tainui hapu and whanau realise that they have more power than the King and the Tainui Trustboards, and corporations if they reaffirm their own mana and tino rangitiratanga under Te Tiriti and He Whakaputanga and seize the assets of these trustboards and corporations.


  6. Smithy
    Oct 29, 2012 @ 08:05:59


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