The royal brits are on their way…

Kiss-my-assSources in Ngaruawahia said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would be hosted by the Maori King Tuheitia at Turangawaewae Marae on their April tour of New Zealand.

Come April, when the pathetic bowing, scraping, and kissing of british royal ass reaches fever pitch.

In our opinion, the brit royals are only slightly more useful than our own worthless homegrown Tainui royalty…

But lets hope that the brit bodyguards won’t let the horrible crooked child-abuser Rangi Whakaruru and his legion of house-niggas anywhere near the royal baby!

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. RangiMarie aka Lady Justice
    Jan 24, 2014 @ 10:02:48

    Hopefully Tuheitia is not going to take them to Sky Tower for a game on the pokie machines. Queen elizabeth & all her representation has had its time its an OUTDATED empire of bullshit artists performing. Had they not killed Diana SHE should have Queen things may have been different. But these buggars now, what have they ever done for us? Mind you what has Kingi Tuheitia done for us too???? KAMUTU Iwi o Ingarangi, Kamutu Kuini Irihapeta! Karanga ra karanga ra karanga ra!!

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  2. Anon
    Jan 24, 2014 @ 13:39:06

    Perhaps a visit from the royals would be beneficial for Maoridom. A visit would bring the English representation to Waikato Tainui and with that a link, a connection. We may learn something of ourselves as Maori, I’m curious to know who we are to them and if we register on their radar. Do they see us as mere savages their ancestors tried to conquer and have flourished into accomplished indigenous peoples, do they even care? They could share with us a little of who we are to the rest of the world, maybe then we may learn more about how big or small our place truly is in the world. This is an opportunity to see another perspective. Or are we to continue with arrogance and pride. Only these qualities create narrow-mindedness and limit our thinking and potential. Perhaps it is wise to encourage the visit and hope that they see that the Kingitanga has elements of intergrity and that the Maori people have potential to grow. This truly is an opportunity to learn, not only a burden on tribal finances.

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    • Manawanui
      Feb 05, 2014 @ 21:13:01

      I can tell you exactly what we are to them – shares in a company – not just Māori, every person in Aotearōa. Our whenua is the company, the people are the shares – owned by the white lady wearing the crown of blood diamonds.

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  3. Frank Rickit
    Jan 25, 2014 @ 10:28:21

    bah humbug bludgers the lot of em’

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  4. Charlie B
    Jan 27, 2014 @ 17:40:09

    “Perhaps it is wise to encourage the visit and hope that they see that the Kingitanga has elements of intergrity and that the Maori people have potential to grow”

    Oh really well maori people do have the potential to grow, same as everyone else and they do not have to suck up to anyone to do it either.

    “Do they see us as mere savages their ancestors tried to conquer ” well I would say stealing the whole fucken country was not a bad start. Where the poms stuffed up is they wrote it as a treaty they never thought they would have to honour.

    Now it has come back to bite governments of recent times on the arse and they are trying to limit the damage from land claims. All good New Zealanders of the “red neck” type know it was just a historical document not meant to be taken seriously.

    Our lot had 168,000 acres confiscated along with three flour mills and a flourishing food growing business and they adapted to European way of life including trading in the 1800s and were very succesful until it all got taken off them by the crown.

    If you valued up the land taken at say a nominally low figure $1000.00 per acre that is 168 million dollars and we all know land is worth between 5 and 10 times that. The food growing business alone would have put these people of the day on track to become very rich yet they ended up penniless and homeless because of a greedy settler government hell bent on stealing land using the power of the gun.

    History is written by the victors and I was never taught any of this stuff. When I went to school ancient maoris were viewed as dumb savages who had no potential. Personally I don’t have any problem with these two young Royals and in fact I wish them well for their visit, giving Waikato Tainui a miss is probably a wise move.

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