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Master Geek
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  # 1873050 26-Sep-2017 13:14
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Reciprocity: @Rikkitic
I challenge you to provide a single example where "Maori as a group are still institutionally disadvantaged in Nee Zealand".




I am not your Google bot. Just do a simple search. You do know how to search, don't you? 






You seem to have a reduced capacity for logic.

I'm asserting that it doesn't exist. No Google search will prove that something doesn't exist.

Bu you can prove me wrong by providing a single example...

Mr Snotty
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  # 1873054 26-Sep-2017 13:17
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Hey guys - keep it civil please. There is no need for any of that. If anyone else acts like that we'll lock you in the cellar for a while.


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Master Geek
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  # 1873066 26-Sep-2017 13:51
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I'm more than happy for anyone here to point to an example of Institutional Disadvantage faced by Maori... (a.k.a Institutional Racism)

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  # 1873193 26-Sep-2017 16:01
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I think thats getting a bit off topic.


As said in another post, Winston does want a referendum on Maori seats and he has been on about this a very long time. Labour has said NO, so it will be interesting to see what develops. 

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Ultimate Geek
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  # 1873239 26-Sep-2017 16:25
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I think thats getting a bit off topic...


I tend to disagree.  It (Institutional disadvantage) was being held up as the main justification for the Maori Seats remaining in today's legislation.


Is it not reasonable to explore/test whether that justification is valid?

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