Re: Land advocate sees some positive in Customary Land Alienation bill
I find this amendment interesting.
Unless we actually see and study the amendment, we cannot know for sure whether the lipstick of the pig has been changed a different color from the previous one.
The fact of the matter is, it is still a pig.
That’s how crafty these Western lawyers are, playing with words and lingo trying to appease the public thinking they have changed the law but in actuality it is still the same one.
Now the same people that stole the Maori’s land has invited one of our true patriots Mr. Fiu Mata’ese as a key note speaker in the topic of law, customs etc to pick his brains and see if he actually know what he is talking about.
As far as I know, Dr. Fiu will school them on the subject matter.
I am a proud Samoan and I know our forefathers were well educated in our own Moe Manatunatu (spiritual connection with the divine) to draft such law to protect our land, not in the Western Educational corrupt system forced upon us by the foreigners that have succeeded in colluding with our politicians in selling us out.
Leituala Roger B.