Dumber than a sack of hammers

Hone Harawira, apart from being racist, is actually dumber than a sack of hammers.

Hone Harawira is dumber than a sack of hammersIf ACTs ad on the weekend and Don Brash are xenophobic then Hone Harawira has just admitted that Maori are immigrants and foreigners in New Zealand.


But to cap off his stupidity he then claims that Maori are indigenous in the very next sentence. Don Brash can’t be xenophobic toward Maori if they are indigenous now can he. Which one is it Hone? Foreigners or indigenous? ….tough questions I know but think carefully, take your time.



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  • Of course he’s an idiot. Most terrorists are. The other interesting kicker is his admitting the ACT platform appeals to “Joe Bloggs in the street”. Assuming Joe Bloggs is the everyman, then Hatfield is admitting ACT’s policy platform, particularly viz a viz One Law For All, is the right one for New Zealand.

    John Hatfield is living proof the Universal Franchise is an utter failure.

  • spiker

    Thats a bit insulting to sackfulls of hammers..

  • orange

    I’m pretty sure the term is “box of hammers,” ie. instead of having a box of nails.

  • cadwallader

    Universal enfranchisement is about the counting of heads, not what is in the heads. I suggest NZ, Australia and USA at present each portray the failings of the system. Each country possesses a clutch of lying, pompous greedy politicians.

  • stevewrathall

    When the Maori grievance industry really cranked up in the 70s and 80s, it was implied that we could do away with special treatment, once all historical “injustices” were resolved.
    Now it is admitted that such racial privilege is supposed to last “forever”.

    That’s the sea change that’s happening: Non-Maori NZers are realising it will only end when they say “enough”. No time like the present.

    • thor42


  • sandynobb

    I’m a great fan of Enoch Powell – the great conservative (I deliberately use a small ‘c’ ) who deserved to be UK PM instead of Thatcher. I’m more and more exercised by his classical allusion and it’s relevance to NZ: “As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see ‘the River Tiber foaming with much blood.'”