Mallard encourages Racism

[Imported from Whale Oil Beef Hooked on Blogger]

Despite claims by Mrs Peter Davis of wanting and “inclusive” society, her Minister of Edukayshun Trevor Mallard is hell bent on racism, seperatism and cronyism.

Mallard has refused to pay a $15 million suspensory loan to Te Wananga o Aotearoa as part of the wananga’s treaty settlement, saying it has not met an 80 per cent Maori student ratio. Maori make up about half of this year’s enrolments.

So what is the TWOA to do?

Expunge the non-Maori students to get its ratios of Maori students up?

The wananga believes the minister is pushing to dissolve the council, appoint a commissioner and downsize the institute.

Meeting the quota would mean expelling thousands of pakeha students in return for the stalled financial lifeline.

The institute’s claim said the quota demand and changes to the wananga’s charter demanded by officials are illegal and will turn it into an apartheid institution.

Don’t hold your breath TWOA that Mallard will follow the law, he actually broke the law over UNITEC and will probably do it again.

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