DLANZ Labor Weekend Election Review….Flowers Become Screens…The Loss of Hauaa in Parliament’s Metiria Effect 2017

… Indigenous and Disabled Classes forever a Struggle if not United and given the results of NZ Election 2017, this is really important for Hauaa / Disabled without a voice for Disabled in Parliament, with the loss of Mojo Mather.?

DLANZ Labor Weekend Review ….Flowers Become Screens…The Loss of Hauaa in Parliament’s Metiria Effect 2017

DLANZ DISABLED LIBERATION AOTEAROA NZ... … Indigenous and Disabled Classes forever a Struggle if not United and given the results of NZ Election 2017, this is really important for Hauaa / Disabled. While we’ve languished in this political and social mist, waiting until NZ 1st finally chose to form a Coalition with NZ Labor and Greens I feel have let the Jacinda Effect leave us without a voice for Disabled in Parliament, with the loss of Mojo Mather... Labor Weekend Review

The Metiria Effect is the lack of voter’s turnout for change, especially with Youth and this still leaves our Society with the same mess for too many years. The Media’s vitriolic attacks on Metiria Turei decision to be honest about benefit regimes brought out the meanest side of right wing morality and Left Wing’s own brand of showing no solidarity with The Poor and Destitute and thus where examples from Moana Maniapoto ..explains why a lot of Maori, and other oppressed like Nga Hauaa / Disabled People, will not and do not vote... "The numbers are stacked against us. Election time is all about how we reshuffle chess pieces on a board game controlled by others — whether it’s Māori MPs inside a major party or Māori sitting “at the table” with the other major party....Without the kind of constitutional transformation…talk of tino rangatiratanga or mana motuhake at government level is just an illusion...That’s why some people choose not to vote at all in the general elections.".

Too familiar for Hauaa Disabled, as like the promises made when Whakanui Oranga MZ Disability Strategy was introduced back in 2001 “Though there is the reference to the Treaty of Waitangi, as there is in many governmental goals and objectives, parliament has continued to resist inserting legally binding references to specific Treaty or other Maori rights in social legislation “(Tracey McIntosh Ngai Tuhoe 2001

While analyzing over NZ 1st, it pays to remind ourselves just What and Who we vote for...Our Future Nga Hauaa...any further ask...'What happened to the disabled voters....did they go back to their abusers too?. All seem lost in a Post Modernity Missed / Mist? Winston Peters and his NZ 1st history for Disabled is not good either way of Coalitions…National 1996-1999 and Labor 2005-2008 and his criticism of Maori policies being too influenced by ''Sociology from The University of Auckland''... (his quotes)...this is a blatant political abuse as DLANZ have been saying the same about that Sociology and Disability, while the Governments included NZ 1st during those times

Disabled themselves too, as like Maori both voting groups have gone back to Labor...''the same abusers''...Marama Fox quote...and begs the question: Has disabled ex 'Kirk Group’...Disability's version of Labor's Rainbow Group been too influential? I believe it has and like the NZ Maori Party, Mana Movement and Aotearoa Green Party itself...Solidarity is Important for all of us, yet, at least until 2020, we have no voice.

Sue Bradford former Green MP correctly thought if NZ 1st goes with ‘The Centre Left’, then Green Party should get 3 Ministerial positions )TV3 AM Show 19/10) so as I've written on this original that Greens can represent our voice then Disabled and Maori should insist that Marama Davidsonbe given the Portfolio of Minister of Disability Issues in line with DLANZ Commitments to Whakanui Oranga / NZ Disability Strategy 2001 (Original Format)..AND Te Triti o Waitangi 1840 Labor and NZ 1st will probably take the Maori Housing etc Portfolio’s for themselves, so if it goes either way…TATOU TATOU TATOU…We Are One
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