Seriously? You have this guy talking about Maori leadership?

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Maori politics is often confusing to an outsider. That’s why when a source in Wellington sent us this link to the upcoming Maori Public Health Symposium, it was worth a look.

It didn’t take long to see who they were concerned about – my good friend Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook, who for some very very strange reason is talking about Maori public health leadership.

This trougher has been exposed again and again for refusing to get out of the trough.

Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook continues to be in denial about what he actually delivered for the $1.2 million that Te Reo Marama received – and why the Ministry of Health axed their funding.

Instead he blames #DirtyPolitics.

Our source in Wellington is saying there’s a lot of unease about having Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook on the Public Health Association’s panel, especially when he’s been so discredited as someone who believes travelling around the world on the conference circuit is actually helping Maori.

Here’s how Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook is positioning himself;

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He’s got one thing right, years of troughing off the taxpayer so he can race around the world saving Maori. Though I am still at a loss as to what the kaffiyeh means to Maori.

Still he’s been a warrior in the “tobacco resistance movement” if such a thing even exists anywhere else other than the fanciful delusions of Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook.

Maybe he’s going to talk about Nga Manukura (leadership) in troughing?

On thing is for sure, Maori have a great sense of humour, as they can’t be serious saying the ‘Symposium will showcase the new wave of Maori public health leadership’ when they have Shane Kawenata Federick Bradbrook involved.

 


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