DLANZ “Tare Te Haki / Raise The Flag” Eliza’s Story TVNZ TV1 ‘Sunday’ 10/11/2013

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JUST SENT TO TVNZ SUNDAY RE Eliza;s Choice Turoro Tari & Paula Benefit Chumps of Te Ao Hypocrisy “– A Sick Minister of Disability AND Paula Benefit – A Development of a Social Disorder * Te Ao means The World Of… “We Don’t Get Fooled Again’ The Who

Anybody still remember Ashley-X in the USA a few tears/ years ago? DLANZ wrote then: Doug Hay Disabled Liberation November 19, 2007 The term 'disability' now more than ever needs to be identified by disabled themselves before any further. The allocated resources should be in the hands of the people. While there are many issues surrounding 'disability' - The indigenous / 1st Nation of Aotearoa / New Zealand, have a famous ending in their sayings; "He Te Tangata te Tangata" It is The People, the People (Disabled here are Nga Hauaa - tribe of) We have a steep climb ahead, lets just remember 'who' we are and think of our next generations, which also means those able bodied entering into 'Our' world.

I had a Mum and a Missus so ask yourself and this as much Mengle SS Nazi as you can get. Tracey McIntosh Dr of Holocausts is the best in this country to discuss. In fact, as she is a TBC Keynote for SAANZ Akld Dec 2013....This is a topic applicable to both Maori and Pakeha NZ and DLANZ honor Parihaka Day....Violence as a means to achieve an end is both unsustainable and unproductive. for all environments....Papatuanuku te Matua o te Tangata (Mother Earth is Man's Parent)...keep smiling

“Turoro Tari and Paula Benefit Tag Team Chumps of Te Ao Hypocrisy “– A Sick Minister of Disability AND Paula Benefit – A Ministerial Development of a Social Disorder * Te Ao means The World Of… “We Don’t Get Fooled Again’ by The Who
I had a Mum and a Missus so ask yourself and this as much Mengle SS Nazi as you can get. Tracey McIntosh Dr of Holocausts is the best in this country to discuss. In fact, as she is a TBC Keynote for SAANZ Akld Dec 2013....This is a topic applicable to both Maori and Pakeha NZ and DLANZ honor Parihaka Day....Violence as a means to achieve an end is both unsustainable and unproductive. For all environments....Papatuanuku Te Matua o Te Tangata (Mother Earth is Man's Parent)...keep smiling

REPRODUCTION AND PRODUCTION
DLANZ hold to the Feminist philosophy that women are the ultimate authority of their own bodies and destinies. We support our women with disabilities, in their struggle for the same rights as given to able-bodied, including child rearing. DLANZ condemn Governments, who, for their own economic reasons; justify policies of genocide on disabled peoples, including the pressurizing of expectant mums of upcoming disabled babies, to terminate,

DLANZ also feel that a successive raft of legislation (i.e. Social Security Amendment Act No 2 1998; No 3 2013), are denying disabled (men and women), the right to equally participate in the workforce. As like happened during the industrial 'Victorian' times of Europe, disabled were virtually marginalized into dependency where disabled are still vulnerable to fascists and some Marxist extremes, including eugenics. A Medicalization of Disability and subsequently, Society is a frightening backward step that historically leads to further world wars.
DLANZ write this in memory of Trudy Steinbauer and Sharon Devonshire, both born disabled girls, who grew up and became mothers of their own kids...Arohanui to all

Please Our Women
Don’t Let Them Go To War
Don’t Let Your Matriarchs
Fight Their Patriarchal Flaws
Oh Rua Kenana – adaptation Herbs

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