If you search on Hikoi 2004, my gallery is coming up third in Google. Which
is kinda cool, even if it means my bandwidth is getting chewed.
Well the Hikoi was huge … it would be hard for the Government to ignore,
but im sure they will try. They seem to have a pretty good knack of ignoring
what people are saying at the moment. We’ll see what happens I guess.
Well the Hikoi arrives in wellington tomorrow. Ill be going down to tautoko,
Ill take my digital camera along as well. Hopefully a lot of people turn out
and support the cause.
I think it may be one of the defining moments in NZ’s history .. are we
going to go the way of so many other british colony’s. Denying our past,
repeating the mistakes and end up a divided mess.
Make no mistake, this is a huge issue, anyone who thinks its going to go
away is surely dreaming.
After the Orewa speech and the rising anti-maori rhetoric, its only a matter
of time till someone gets hurt.
Well this has certainly made my evenings a bit more entertaining. I love the
sports news, Julian Wilcox has an awesome sense of humour. And the
scrummaging with Kees Meeuws was priceless.
Seems to be a hit
with others as well.
In a bout of good sense not common to our friends at
telstraclearsatunparadisenetlink they have decided to carry the new Maori TV
station after all. Originally they had said they wouldnt until their new
digital service came into action. But now they say that from april 4th it
will be available on channel 33.