#PopPunk #PunkRock #AntiWoke #Queercore #LGBT
In my intro I mentioned channel variety would be one of my priorities. I'm proud to present the first stop on my channel's music aspect. This is by no means my only genre or topic, but I thought it would be a sensible place to start. I hope you guys enjoy!
I don't have much but I earned it all.
No mansions under palm trees.
You say we're born the most evil
Then the next breath 'help us please'.
Those who earn most in these lands
Look more like you than me.
If you want your youth to have success
Why keep them traumatized?
Teaching someone they are hunted
Is no way to start a life.
I wouldn't care but not just you
Are dying for these lies.
I'd really like to keep this time
We're at least not marked to die.
I'm pissed those who may end it
Also say they're on my side.
Did you really think this mob stuff
Would change some people's minds?
Leave children out your activism
You make us look insane.
Siding with faiths that still kill us
You can bet we feel betrayed.
Pretend you have no voice every
Corporation praised your name.
I'm not saying be closed off
Love is hard enough to find.
But if one at a time's not enough
For you just pass me by.
And if you're the bug-passing kind
It serves you right to die.
Now I've not forgotten you
'Cause I look the same to them.
You may be taking fire right now.
I don't believe that's fair.
But calm down men have always loved each other
It's never brought the end.
© 2020 by Ultion
#Introduction #HomoconButNotReally #PoliticallyHomeless #NonRacist
Part Two of my attempt at an honest, balanced look at one very simple claim, often by those outside it: that New Zealand, for today's focus, in addition to other countries such as Australia, Canada, USA etc. was and is a white supremacist country. Since calling that claim into question in the first video covering the pre-20th century wasn't terribly hard to do, we'll see if the 20th throws up any surprises.
- The Anglo-Boer War and World War 1 saw relations between British (including New Zealand) and other white groups strained. This wouldn't necessarily have to affect relations with Maori or others, but Maori volunteered for World War 1 in large swathes, even despite the attitude that it "wasn't their war".
- Maori rugby player George Nepia in particular became an NZ rugby superstar in the 1920s despite it being a (predominantly white) team sport.- The New Zealand Labour party in particular had equality-minded policies in mind since the 1920s. Looking to other non-white countries they also opposed (solely, with the USSR) Italy's conquest of Ethiopia while they were in power. Legislative progress would continue throughout the 20th century.
- During World War 2 with some American soldiers here, 'The Battle of Manners Street', a fight, broke out between them and white New Zealanders partly because they made racist remarks against Maori.
- Maori responded enthusiastically to three separate royal visits throughout the 1950s.- Different white groups at one time had varying reputations and desirability as immigrant groups, including Irish, Dutch, Slav and Italian.
- Finally, in the 2013 census, an almost equal share of Maori identified as both Maori and European as solely Maori.
This video is not associated with any movement or organization and is made with positive intent only.
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My attempt at an honest, balanced look at one very simple claim, often by those outside it: that New Zealand, for today's focus, in addition to other countries such as Australia, Canada, USA etc. is a white supremacy-founded country.This first part covers the pre-20th century. Second part pending. Investigations of other countries pending.
- New Zealand was an unforgiving, war-torn, tribalistic place long before any European had set foot on it.
- Maori people were not a monolith. Intertribal conflict arose in how to handle European settlers' presence, with some fighting on our side directly.
- Land exploitation was wrong, but land was also often traded willingly and throughout the New Zealand Wars in general, Maori still remained enthusiastic about European goods.
- British authorities sometimes made decisions in favour of Maori, often even in incidents with European blood spilled.
- In addition to firearms and other goods, Maori adopted European customs, religion etc. when they felt it suited them. A small number of Europeans also dropped their own identity in favour of Maori traditionalism.
Disclaimer:This video is not associated with any movement or organization and is made with positive intent only.
- "New Zealand - A Short History" by Laurie Barber, 1989 (Hardcover : 252 pages)
- https://nzhistory.govt.nz/ten-crew-of-cooks-ship-em-adventure-em-killed-and-eaten- https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/271105/222-years-of-maori-in-australia "Previous to 1788 in the setting up of the colony there were already schemes and plans that (the first Governor of NSW) Arthur Phillip ... had in order to, how would you say, make resource deals with New Zealand, or Maori."
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