“This is why I am so vocal about the gender identity issues that we have. Because I know that these are issues that need addressing with mental health care and not puberty blockers.” – @AuntyHeihei
It’s been a while since my last piece, but I’ve had to take time out to overcome the writer’s block whilst trying to make sense of what is happening in New Zealand. And what is apparent is there is a big push towards teaching our children RSE (Relationship and sexuality education) that is being led […]
“A revolution can be as simple as a spark starting a flame through conversation.” – @AuntyHeihei
“Since March 2020, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in bullying from the government.” – @AuntyHeihei
“People won’t always agree with me, and I don’t ever expect they will or do but we at least need to have the conversations that need to be had.” – @AuntyHeihei
Comments like this certainly help keep this 14-year-old high school dropout humble, and while I may not be able to express my thanks to everyone individually, it’s important that people know, I do see them, even if time doesn’t allow me to respond to them all.
The Matt King I’ve had the chance to meet and get to know a little bit better than some isn’t dissimilar to “Matt King- The Politician”.
For far too long, the narrative portrayed by those on the Left and in the media is that Māori are victims of the system and yet the Left continue to be the ones who perpetuate the victim mentality by limiting Māori with nonsense narratives.
But for me, the racial divide being caused by Māori MPs is not only bad for NZ, it is especially bad for Māori.
I understand why people fear getting involved. But what I don’t understand is why we are ignoring the problem of domestic violence as if it will simply go away.