Our New Zealand regular contributor, Amy Brooke, usually talks sense, and her article in this week’s magazine, about identity and co-governance politics in New Zealand, raises some very valid questions about the obsessions of the Left on both sides of the ditch.
Brooke does, however, say this in relation to the push to rebrand New Zealand’s institutions and road signs in Te Reo Maori, now (unlike English, strangely enough) one of Godzone’s official languages:
At any rate, only one political party, New Zealand First, is focusing on reclaiming our language to reclaim this country.
What she is saying is that New Zealanders who...
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