Two reports to guide the Government’s work in unlocking the potential of Maori agribusiness have been released by Agriculture Minister David Carter and Maori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples. “The Government has identified Maori agribusiness as a key priority and these reports support our work in targeting opportunities to lift the productivity of Maori land and agribusiness,” says Mr Carter.
“Maori landowners are significant contributors to New Zealand’s primary sectors and these reports identify further potential for them to develop profitable and sustainable businesses. “Economic growth in Maori agribusiness boosts the wider New Zealand economy.” Dr Sharples says the reports provide a helpful insight into the economic, cultural and social aspirations that Maori communities have for their land ownership.
“The reports outline instances where Maori are successfully advancing their aspirations for the benefit of their whanau now, and in the future. “I look forward to working with Maori landowners to build on these successes in order to assist them to achieve their aspirations for their land,” Dr Sharples says.
What worthless separatist crap. Agriculture is agriculture and it don’t matter a damn who is pushing the plough and least of all what colour their damn skin is. If Carter thinks this is a good idea there should be no place for him in the National Party. It is racist, it is separatist, it is patronising, it is wasteful and it is totally unproductive and unnecessary. Where’s John Boscawen and his scam brigade? They should be starting catching the scammers right there in the Beehive offices next door to their own. We can’t afford this pretentious deceitful bullshit, and its just one more John Key fail.
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“It is racist, it is separatist, it is patronising, it is wasteful and it is totally unproductive and unnecessary”
I would argue that makes him pretty much the perfect member of the Key cabinet.
“Agriculture is agriculture and it don’t matter a damn who is pushing the plough and least of all what colour their damn skin is” I would argue it does make a difference. Think about the tourism sector. If a commercial tourism company pushes an activity, it’s a commercial tourism activity and taxed accordingly. If a Maori tourism company pushes an activity, it’s a charitable activity and attracts no tax.
What Carter is doing is funding the apartheid movement to avoid their tax obligations.
Carter would have to be the worst Ag Minister ever in a National government and this racist approach underlines the complete twit he is.
You are a fucking dickhead Sinner. Ad hominem? For sure. Some people deserve to be personally attacked.
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