community like her, who will adequately express majority public opinion. Seems some current councillors are from a different planet from us ordinary folks. I also worry sometimes about balance in the press.
I often say, central and local government politicians should spend four hours a month standing on a street corner talking to people of all races and denominations and reconnecting with ordinary kiwis. Some friends and I sat on the street for some days, then knocked on over 600 doors in Katikati with a petition, connecting with our people, the ones that fund council. If current politicians did this and abandoned the politically correct theories, staff wishes, the racial nonsense, snout in the trough minorities, the manipulation of the real treaty, and instead represent truth and reality [my opinion] and the aspirations in 2018 of Kiwis of all races in our multi-racial society. Racial division and apartheid, promoted by only a few, should be cast aside and divisive politics abandoned, and we should embrace one law for all and equal rights, independent of skin colour, religion or politics. We are all one people, let’s recognise that and next election cast aside those local body politicians who live in the past, and play the race card.
Here is to a good future together. NORMMAYO Katikati